Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Map Of Java Indonesia

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  • shartypants
    Nov 19, 11:52 AM
    I'm sure TJMax is rethinking how brilliant their idea is. But is it really illegal? What can Apple do?





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    Sep 6, 10:58 AM
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  • BCains
    Feb 13, 06:05 AM
    PTLE 8.0.4 and up for Snow Leopard (free upgrade from 8 obviously)

    Buy the PTLE 9 crossgrade for $249USD all you need is the 002 serial number & yes the 002 does support PT9/Snow Leopard.





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  • robbieduncan
    Sep 24, 01:26 PM
    I'm using this (http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=117458) in my 15" PowerBook. �85 (+around �10 for delivery)...





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  • tristangage
    May 5, 02:41 PM
    I'd have to see how the look first, either in person or a good set of photographs.





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  • macridah
    Oct 25, 08:54 PM
    Come on already ... release the new webmail interface!





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  • mscriv
    Apr 6, 12:49 PM
    Worth quoting, given the back-and-forth that's gone on since this was originally posted.

    Thank you sir. I'm glad you enjoyed the post and appreciate the compliment. :)

    No woman was ever raped because of the kind of clothes she was wearing. Women are raped because people (almost exclusively men) choose to rape them.

    While it is true that people can put themselves at a higher risk through certain activities, for a politician to blame a young girl for her own rape is absolutely disgusting. It's also nauseating and ignorant for politicians to suggest modest dress as a way to prevent rape. Such thinking is completely backward.

    I agree with the notion that people should try to take steps to avoid risk, and that people can greatly reduce personal risk by making safer choices.

    But this nugget of wisdom does not really touch on the substance of the issue arising in the OP, to wit - how much responsiblity does a rape victim carry? Or, to turn the question around, how much of the rape is not the rapist's fault?

    Here's the thing. A woman's choice in dress or action does not mean she is to "blame" for being victimized, but we can not deny that her choice in dress or behavior can be a factor in her chances of being targeted.

    As far as the politician's comments, let's not forget that multiple articles have been written about her quote and she claims to have been misquoted. Regardless of our own personal political views, we must admit that people do get misquoted. Additionally, none of us are above making a error in judgement with our words. Sometimes things don't come out as we intend them or they sound different when they come out of our mouths as opposed to how it sounded in our heads.

    She responded to an email written to her by a blogger (http://www.timesofmalta.com/blogs/view/20110318/tanja-cilia/unjust-justice)with this:

    Thank you for your e-mail. You may want to read the article that appeared in the New York Times. When I read the article my heart went out to the little girl and I was angry that she was brutally assaulted. I was angry that nobody protected her and that she was even allowed to leave with an older boy. In my opinion an 11 year old girl is still a child and as such shouldn't be expected to understand that certain actions or attire are not appropriate for her. I did not indicate that she was raped because she was wearing inappropriate attire. What I did say (which was not reported) was that if her parents don't protect her then all that's left is the school.

    Additionally, the writer who wrote the story quoted by the OP has written two follow up stories on the matter. In the most recent one he states (http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/juice/2011/03/11_year_olds_dressed_like_pros.php#):

    But, look -- no matter where Kathleen Passidomo exists on the feminist spectrum, whether she's a closet burqa-wearer or the secret owner of a lucrative chain of abortion clinics -- the fact is, Kathleen Passidomo probably doesn't think this 11-year-old deserved to be gang-raped. How do we know? Because Kathleen Passidomo is a human being, and human beings do not generally feel that justice has been served when children are tortured and brutalized. However regrettable her phrasing, what Passidomo was trying to express is an obvious if unpopular truth: that although a child has every right to safety in any environment she chooses to enter, that right will not be equally protected by all individuals in all environments.

    * bold emphasis mine

    It's also, by the way, fallacious to assume that only young, attractive and/or scantily-clad women are raped.

    Great point. My post was intended to speak on the connection between personal responsibility and possible victimization. There is often a correlation between these variables. My comments in that post and in this one are not directed solely at this one sad case, but towards all types of victimization. If we focus on the topic of rape specifically there are a variety of types of rapes each carrying their own specific factors.

    If your interested my thoughts on post 50 is that it fundamentally misses the point.

    Everyone understands that we live in a world which contains certain dangers which can be mitigated by changing our behaviors.

    That isn't the point of this conversation, were all talking about BLAMING the victim in this case. Just because a victim makes a bad decision does not remove their reasonable expectation of safety.

    I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree. I think your view is very short sighted and continues to be rooted in a morality vacuum as opposed to reality. Sure, we can all agree that the ideal is every person, everywhere, regardless of circumstances should be safe, but the fact of the matter is that we aren't.

    No one is arguing that victims deserve what happens to them or that perpetrators should be any less to blame for the actions they take. However, we must learn to accept that a variety of factors are involved and that even victims can bear a measure of responsibility in putting themselves in situations where they are more likely to be victimized.

    Like I said above there are a variety of types of rape. Let's take the broad category of date rape as an example. The female that chooses to dress and carry herself in a suggestive manner might be sending signals that she does not intend to send and in doing so is making herself more of a target. Add alcohol to the mix and risks go way up. Does this mean the predator who chooses to take advantage in this situation is any less culpable, of course not, but to ignore the risk factors is like burying your head in the sand. Young women need to be taught about risk factors and learn how certain choices can either increase or minimize risk.

    As I have suggested, we cannot really know the answers to these questions without first interviewing (or obtaining transcripts of interviews of) rapists. Most of us on this forum are not rapists (I hope), so making broad inferences on what goes through such a monster's mind is rather pointless.

    Another great point. Guess what, in my experience as a therapist I've worked with rapists and abusers directly. I've done the interviews and talked with these indivduals about "what goes through [their] mind".

    Continuing the line of reasoning I started in my answer to AP_piano295, one young man who had "date raped" more than one female explained to me that at college parties he would target the girls who dressed and acted provocatively in addition to drinking heavily. In his words, "you know, the party girls" His reasoning was that these girls were easy marks and in most cases were less likely to report anything because they would rationalize the experience, if they remembered it, as "having gotten a little out of control or having drank too much" as opposed to having been victimized or raped.

    You see, rape is not always about power. Sometimes it is, but at other times it's about abuse, pain, fear, rage, or just plain sexual desire/conquest.

    One young male offender I worked with was in the system for sexually molesting his younger brother. He was a victim of abuse himself and his motivation for abusing his brother was jealously and anger. He felt his parents loved the younger brother more because he wasn't "damaged" and thus he acted out so his brother would be "just like him".

    I agree, but there's a vast difference between trying to 'minimize risk' and the post below:

    ...If a man sees a woman with a low top, lots of cleavage showing, high skirts and heels, then he will view her as trash.....

    Which acts as a kind of justification.

    Yes and no. While based on my own personal morals/ethics I agree with you that such a line of thinking is ridiculous, I must keep in mind that there are people that do think this way. And, they will use whatever rationalization it takes to both motivate and justify their judgements or actions. In the case of a predator the kind of thinking above could be the initial thought that starts a chain of events which ultimately results in an attack of some kind.

    In this specific gang rape case the victim is a child and thus there is limited capacity for personal responsibility. However, there are a variety of potential factors that ultimately contributed to what occurred: lack of parental supervision, negative peer involvement, possible previous sexually inappropriate behavior, socioeconomic conditions, etc. etc. I don't know the specifics and thus these are just generalizations, but regardless, the perpetrators are solely responsible for their actions and should be held responsible to the fullest extent of the law.

    Please understand, I'm not talking about morals, ideals, and values here (what I've previously referred to as the morality vacuum). I'm talking about understanding the link between personal responsibility and potential victimization. Simply put, while our choices do not make us responsible for any victimization that may befall us, we must recognize that our actions can contribute to the chances of us being targeted for victimization.

    I apologize for the long post, but I wanted to touch on the many comments that had been made and attempt to better explain my position. :)





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  • bozzykid
    Mar 25, 09:28 PM
    I'd love to see Apple displace Google Maps on their iOS devices. That would be a major blow to Google and a major win for Apple and their iAd product. The more you tie maps into adverts the more personalized those adverts become. The more successful marketing campaigns. Apple can take iAds to the next level. :cool:

    It would hardly affect Google that much since Apple (who writes the Maps application on iOS currently even though it uses Google services) doesn't really use any of the Maps services that Google uses to generate revenue. If Apple included Google Places, I would understand your argument. As it is, Apple provides such a basic set of maps features that Google really will not lose anything if Apple switches providers (or becomes the provider).





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  • twoodcc
    Jan 1, 11:38 AM
    How? Unless the power outages were each 6 hours long, there is no way. However, since it's full blown snow storms up north, I guess those must be common, just like down here in Honduras. Albeit for entire different reasons:D:p:eek:


    I forgot to mention, if anyone has a PS3, download the Folding client to it! It works towards keeping our pace!

    well the 2684s take much longer for me to complete. on top of that, i wasn't home when the power outages hit, so it took awhile to get everything back up and running. and then another power outage...

    yeah i have my ps3 folding when i'm not using it.

    I usually just use my PS3 guess I should ramp it up then? Running full throttle on MBP i7 for a while! Using laptop on my lap.... the pain it burns! Ah my legs on fire!

    yeah might as well fold with your ps3 when you aren't using it. yeah i wouldn't use that mbp on your lap

    I wonder how many team members don't even know about the passkey/bonus system? Could we up output by educating them about that, as well as client configuration?

    hey not a bad idea. just start a new thread about it





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  • PeterMac II
    Nov 20, 09:20 PM
    Coming from an Apple / Mac Fan and non iPhone or iPodTouch kind of Guy & Girl, I sure Hope Apple keeps Sharp on Macs... I was at my 1st and 5th Grader's Parent - Teacher Conference at Chautauqua Lake Central School on 11/18/10 and there were 3 or 4 Macs in each Home Room... I got to believe Steve knows that if they get the Kids Hooked on Apple that they'll be an Apple Buyer for iLife.... We are also ProSumer kind of FCP people and Love our Mac versus the Windows world... Get Your Kids Hooked on iKidsFishing and not on Drugs leads to an Apple a Day keeps the Doctor away... Get it...? I hope Steve does.... Cheers & Hang Loose... Peter





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  • eroxx
    May 3, 11:57 PM
    Hi! I'm wondering if someone can please point me to a good post on the difference(s)? Thanks!





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  • macpharmacy
    Jul 2, 05:32 PM
    I'm up for meeting either the night before to camp out til morning or meet up early morning around 4/5am.
    Any suggestions.





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  • johnpaul191
    Apr 28, 07:41 AM
    1) As people said, it was an "old design" when most people not expect a new iPhone release every summer.
    2) They released a 3G iPhone as Verizon is releasing LTE devices. I wouldn't buy any 3G phone today and be locked in for 2 years.

    Now add the fact that Verizon customers (myself included) never knew when to expect a verizon iPhone, and sort of gave up waiting. Those points above are not nearly enough reason to do an early upgrade and pay full price for the "older" style iPhone. I'll probably get a Verizon iPhone when I am out of the contract with my Droid X, but that's not till Summer 2012.
    I do know a bunch of people that left Verizon for the iPhone that said they will come back, but are not going to pay those astronomical ETFs to do it.... especially to then buy the same phone they already have.

    Wait for a next generation LTE iPhone to show up and people to run out their contract, and I bet a lot of people switch to Verizon.





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  • pacmania1982
    Mar 10, 05:57 AM
    Mine is a BlackBerry Curve 8900 on Vodafone UK. I upgraded the firmware to 5

    pac





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  • mc68k
    Jun 15, 11:56 AM
    i checked team mac os x's website and also the official folding forums. they both said that stanford is still working on native cores. ppl have run non-native cores on rosetta, linux, windows, parallels etc.

    http://teammacosx.homeunix.com/forum/cgi-bin/ikonboard.pl?;act=ST;f=3;t=2434





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  • bertdevriese
    Oct 21, 08:09 AM
    I'm from Bruges but I already pre-ordered via the web. Sorry!





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  • Diatribe
    Feb 14, 12:51 PM
    Dare I ask what about?

    If it is a complaint by mymemory does it really matter? :D





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  • azurehi
    Mar 23, 01:51 PM
    Its funny how every position at Apple is either a Vice President or Senior Vice President of something... hehe..

    It's like the FBI...Everyone is a Special Agent. Whoops, guess They opened a file on me now, or added to my present one :eek:





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  • Sun Baked
    Feb 12, 06:51 PM
    Maybe not. ;)Don't worry...

    As edesignuk found out, it's a pain in the neck to keep putting smilies and pictures in all your posts. http://forums.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=20416&stc=1





    Lord Bodak
    Apr 7, 12:54 PM
    Got to convince some coworkers to buy this so I can try out multiplayer Warlords.





    Darth.Titan
    Apr 18, 08:44 AM
    That means that the browser cannot find a picture where the website says there should be one. It's like a "file not found" indicator.

    It's the fault of the website, not your computer.





    Psychopulse
    Oct 11, 01:53 PM
    ;)

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    AppliedVisual
    Oct 31, 01:03 PM
    but do the math... 240 songs... average time per song 3 minutes

    240 x 3 = 720 minutes / 60 = 12 hours current shuffle battery time


    Good point... I hadn't considered the battery time. By this time next year, the memory chips will definitely be a lot cheaper so 2G (or more) will be easily do-able in something as small as the Shuffle for a decent price. Hopefully the battery life can be improved as well. Not much use being able to store 36 hours of music and not being able to listen to it.





    Dave Braine
    Apr 27, 03:29 AM
    If you've imported video from tape onto your Mac, it will be DV(digital video), not avi.

    will it still suck?

    Don't know, give it a try and see.



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