Friday, May 20, 2011

Holding Hands Animated

Holding Hands Animated. animated gif Holding hands
  • animated gif Holding hands



  • deputy_doofy
    Apr 6, 12:25 PM
    I'd buy that for a dollar!!! :D

    Dead or alive, you're coming with me. :D





    Holding Hands Animated. couples holding hands from
  • couples holding hands from



  • applemax
    Jan 13, 02:11 PM
    Made this - what do you think?





    Holding Hands Animated. stick figures holding hands
  • stick figures holding hands



  • Otaillon
    Aug 7, 11:16 PM
    http://cl.ly/054a5eb400e758f4b849/content





    Holding Hands Animated. download,animated krishna
  • download,animated krishna



  • slackpacker
    Apr 27, 12:48 PM
    Its not Apple that we are worried about here....Steve. Its how others will use this info.





    Holding Hands Animated. The Holding Hands) (2006),
  • The Holding Hands) (2006),



  • kustardking
    Mar 23, 10:43 PM
    One tip I have for those clients who want to change absolutley every little detail... explain that you are happy to change it all for an extra fee, and you'll even offer a lower hourly rate since you're not being asked to do anything creative, but remind them that they will end up with a site designed by an amateur to their personal, individual taste, rather than the site designed by a professional and designed to appeal to their whole customer base that they've already paid for.

    Make sure you have a paper trail for all decisions. Obviously the original contract, but it's very important to repeat all verbal changes through email. Email records are very handy to point to and find, "oops, I did say that," or advise, "well, you did say that."





    Holding Hands Animated. holding hands earth
  • holding hands earth



  • KMK420
    Jul 9, 09:43 PM
    Brand new user to the forum..

    Switching from T-mobile to ATT for the 3G! Little disappointed in the pricing they have, but i am in desperate need of a new phone and carrier, so i said why not!

    SHV normal hours on a friday is 10am-930pm..

    anyone know if they are changing? anyone been there for last iphone release?





    Holding Hands Animated. Holding hands.. just being
  • Holding hands.. just being



  • eric_n_dfw
    Feb 9, 10:32 AM
    Why is a calling feature tied to a messaging one?





    Holding Hands Animated. away while holding hands.
  • away while holding hands.



  • janey
    Aug 20, 08:46 PM
    Can you say Dogcowtiger? ;)
    rofl ;)
    i love your dogcow `tars :D





    Holding Hands Animated. away while holding hands.
  • away while holding hands.



  • leowyatt
    Apr 21, 06:26 AM
    Ohh, my turn... do you have the link for the red pants one? haha

    haha sure do mate :D

    http://fc06.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2010/093/8/b/Lulu_c708_red_1920x1080_by_bane_o.jpg





    Holding Hands Animated. Seatbelts, holding hands when
  • Seatbelts, holding hands when



  • applejack
    Nov 11, 12:22 PM
    I love these threads, there are always little apps coming out and this is a great way to hear about them. I just installed Bytecontroller, it's exactly what I've been looking for in a menubar iTunes controller - simple.

    Does anyone know of a freeware app to monitor connections to your wireless network? My friend has something like this for Windows, not sure if there is something similar for mac (I'm a little paranoid).





    Holding Hands Animated. holding hands groups Mixed
  • holding hands groups Mixed



  • Max(IT)
    Apr 21, 05:04 AM
    Android will be on more things by the end of the year. iOS is restricted to apple products. But we are already seeing the creativity that people are using android for. Being that it is open source and easy to modify and write on we have many things. Android now powers eReaders, TVs, Video games, and even a microwave

    I would add FORTUNATELY iOS is restricted to Apple products ... :rolleyes:

    Android open source ? Yes, yes, you can bet on it :D





    Holding Hands Animated. of lovers holding hands,
  • of lovers holding hands,



  • Glideslope
    Apr 4, 11:27 AM
    I hate AT&T with a passion. Yet, I'd never switch to Verizon because I'm hooked on 3Mbps + speeds. They're the crack of carriers.

    Yup, just went from $5 Rocks to $10. :apple:





    Holding Hands Animated. of lovers holding hands,
  • of lovers holding hands,



  • matteusclement
    Mar 10, 11:14 PM
    Was hoping to get the straight goods on PC video editing and PC gear suggestions. What websites out there do you use to get your fix on the dark side?

    thanks.





    Holding Hands Animated. anime lovers holding hands
  • anime lovers holding hands



  • daveandme
    Apr 25, 08:55 AM
    I've got an almost 3 year old iphone 3G that has become almost useless because of its sluggishness. I was planning on jumping on the iphone 5 before it was delayed (supposedly).

    What would you do if it were you? Wait until possibly next year to get the iphone 5 or go ahead and pick up a 4 now?





    Holding Hands Animated. their gang holding hands
  • their gang holding hands



  • wrldwzrd89
    Nov 29, 08:29 PM
    Hand barake is a great ripping tool but does anyone know of a free app to condense a dvd so that it can fit on a single 4.7 gb dvd?
    Handbrake can do that too, in case you didn't know.





    Holding Hands Animated. holding hands and gazing
  • holding hands and gazing



  • DotComName
    Mar 25, 11:16 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I cannot wait for iOS 5!!! I really hope the cloud takes over the role of iTunes in the area of file syncing, updating, etc. And we see a new maps application! Just those two would be great, but I know they'll be more! :)





    Holding Hands Animated. holding hands with someone
  • holding hands with someone



  • Socratic
    May 3, 02:56 AM
    Arguments that gay people shouldn't be allowed to give blood? Really? I give way to much credit to society sometimes. Equating homosexuality to prostitution or drug use is so incredibly ignorant.

    Learn to read. You will be happier.





    Holding Hands Animated. fireworks, holding hands,
  • fireworks, holding hands,



  • KipCoon
    Nov 29, 12:39 PM
    1. Buy DVD
    2. Handbrake
    3. ??????
    4. PROFIT!

    Brilliant!!!!

    Couldn't have thought of a better 4 step plan myself.

    But seriously, theres no reason to do it. Its not like the movie stealing industry is promoted with the iPod video, and the fact people are willing to BUY THE VIDEO from iTunes in the first place shows good intentions. If I wanted to stealit, I'd rent the DVD, crack it, and stick it on my iPod, instead of buying off iTunes for a video specific apple device.

    They make no sense.





    Holding Hands Animated. and Sally holding hands.
  • and Sally holding hands.



  • iMacZealot
    Nov 21, 12:22 AM
    just seems to me that people are acting like its a feature that shouldn't be on a phone rather then one that is almost standard. it also just seems that IM's are quicker conversations then texts, but maybe i'm wrong about that cause on phones it's pretty much the same thing.

    Well, that's the thing. Every iPod has featured something innovative. The original delivered a small music player capable of holding a (at the time) extensive amount of songs with seamless software. The 3G iPod opened the doors to all users. The mini added even more style and portability to it, making it very popular. The nano held even more songs in a smaller package with a color screen. The 5G iPod delivered all of the above with the ability to watch TV shows and movies on it. Each iPod has brought something to the table that's new and kept competitors guessing what they would do next. Advertising an iPhone, a major step for them, with instant messaging won't cut it. That's already out there. Up until the release of the 5G iPod, you couldn't buy TV shows legally on the internet. Instant messaging on your phone is offered by all of Apple's potential competitors should they decide to enter the mobile phone market.

    yea, but i think that if they do a full tiny keyboard, they will be going for something similar to a sidekick. the sidekick 3 was a major let down.

    I love the Sidekick. It's been a hugely successful phone. I think it was great that the SK3 added music, a 1.3 MP shooter, and EDGE, but I do agree they could have at least kept EDGE in there. I think Apple would be smart to make a device similar to the Sidekick. This doesn't mean that they need to make a swiveling screen, (even though it's been patented a million times by Danger) but I think people are starting to warm up to smartphones now. My generation (teen) and my sister's (early 20's) are especially. I have heard that Apple may be launching two devices: one simple phone and a smartphone, which is probably smart because not everyone is interested in a smartphone.





    MattG
    Oct 4, 07:07 AM
    To recap all the comments above...
    Pretty muc everyone who actually had to *use* Notes for work hates it.
    The only people who seem to be praising it are the ones who are paid to maintain it. Notice how the Notes fanbois refer to it as a "product", "platform", "solution", etc - and yet provide not a single example where the features of the client itself would make the user more happy and productive.
    Yes, I said the word: User!
    It's the users that matter most.
    And Notes client makes any user miserable.
    It is slow, it uses non-standard interface elements, and it has a really steep learning curve (even for the 'engineer' types). I am not a big fan of Outlook, but even Outlook is light years ahead of Notes.
    As for the Domino server itself... That thing is just as bad as the client.
    Its raison d'etre seems to be simplification of development process.
    And it might have made (some limited) sense in 1995.
    Not anymore.
    Everything, and I mean everything, that you can do with Domino, you can do with Ruby, PHP/MySQL/PostgreSQL, WebObjects, or Java.
    You can do it in less time, using highly visual dev environments. You can also easily collaborate on the development process, and systematically create concise documentation. The finished product will run fast and solid, and it won't depend on proprietary (terrible) client software. You will just need a web browser.
    Domino, on the other hand, is pure garbage. I remember working in a 20 person company back in '00 where we had a Domino server running on a dual 500MHz PIII server with 2 gigs of RAM - very expensive at the time. It was very hard on the poor machine. It was choking. And the only three things the server was used for were email, very basic scheduling, and a billable hour tracking app. Not that that server is any speed demon by modern standards... But a non-Domino system having the same functionality would not have created any measurable load on the server at all with only 20 users. Did I also mention the server was less than stable? And I still remember how SP6 for NT completely brought the damn thing down... Ouch.

    I agree for the most part. It's the same where I work. We had one resident Domino fan (who left us about 8 months ago), and she was the only one in our department who really liked it. Most IT people I know hate Lotus Notes, and our department is no exception. The client is an absolute pain in the ass to contend with. The whole system of IDs and certifiers is a nightmare.

    Here are some perfect examples of what's wrong with Domino/Notes.

    1. A friend of mine where I work accidentally deleted her Notes ID file one time. (for those of you who don't know, unless you're using the web client, a Notes ID is what stores your personal information [including your password] and you need this to log on to the system). We tried to restore her ID from a backup copy we made when the account was originally created, but it wouldn't work because this copy of the ID was from before she got married, and her name was changed on Domino. The resident Domino fangirl putzed around with it for hours, and could not get it to work. She ended up deleting the account and recreating it, blaming my friend saying "she made a dumb mistake by deleting her ID file." That may have been so, but doesn't it seem a bit ridiculous that there isn't a "Regenerate Notes ID" button in Administrator? Seems like a stupid thing to leave out. So, someone accidentally deletes their ID file (which I'm sure happens at places all the time), you can't regenerate it, and you have to recreate the account? Ludicrous.

    2. Or how about the fact that in Domino Admin, I can't change the password in an ID file, so if someone forgets it, they're SOL? As the admin I can't change a password???!!?

    3. We've currently got about 5000 users on our student email server. These are iNotes only users -- they don't get ID files and they don't use the Notes client, just web-mail. Domino doesn't provide anyway to track usage of these, only with Notes-ID clients. I've been trying to come up with a way to show how many people are accessing their accounts, and you just can't do it. I've spent hours on the phone with IBM trying to figure this out, and I can't. Their techs don't know how to do it. I'm trying to figure out who hasn't used their account in a year or more so they can be deleted, and IBM doesn't give you any way to track usage through the web client.

    Good stuff.

    I do have to say though, that although the client is awful and a pain to use, and that users are difficult to administrate sometimes, the server itself holds up pretty well. It really doesn't crash much.





    APlasticFork
    May 4, 12:59 PM
    Why isn't apple making a new FCE, a lot of people is asking for one.?





    Will Cheyney
    Dec 17, 06:15 PM
    Special thanks to Susan Kare for her brilliant icon creating abilities.





    Vegasman
    Apr 4, 02:05 PM
    Apple does allow opt-in, just not opt-out. So the problem lies with the FT.

    Not really.

    The terms with FT are that if you want to use their service you must provide them with the information. Then you can choose what you allow them to do with this information.

    If Apple does not want to allow FT to work that way they are effectively saying they don't want to do business with FT. And this is why FT is "holding out."

    Apple doesn't like the T&C's of FT.
    FT does not like the T&C's of Apple.

    So they are choosing not to do business with each other. Happens all the time.

    Apple users are the only ones that lose here.





    ToxicDrew
    May 4, 09:44 PM
    I was wondering if one would be able to get a FaceTime HD camera and install it on a 2010 iMac? Could it possibly be as simple as just taking the iSight cam out and plugging the FaceTime HD in? I would really like the 720P capability of the new cam.



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