martes, 17 de mayo de 2011

frases de amor

frases de amor. frases de amor bonitas
  • frases de amor bonitas

  • Lixivial
    Aug 18, 03:40 PM
    This kind of thing can't be too far off. A 75 mhz Performa could do it in a rudimentary way. Imagine what a modern Mac may be able to do. "Speakeasy" has a nice ring to it.

    Have you ever used "Speakable Items" in OS X? When it works, which, in my experience, on Intel Macs is a big if, it is remarkably flexible and wonderful. It's a refined version of Mac OS 8 thru 9's, but has been neglected, I think. It's not to the point where you are talking about, but if Apple dedicated an entire team to it, I believe we could see it in a couple of point releases.

    You can already attach it to almost any system and application command, applescripts, hotkeys (cmd-A), menus, etc but its biggest problem is voice recognition (and stability). If they could work these kinks out, then I'd expect it to be a very refined and usable piece of software.

    Speaking of which, does anyone with the preview and an Intel Mac know how well Speakable Items performs? I have hopes because of Steve's presentation on improvements to "Universal Access."

    frases de amor. frases d amor
  • frases d amor

  • Wolfpup
    Oct 24, 08:45 AM
    Overall I'm impressed. I wasn't expecting a GPU bump (though an upgrade to a Geforce 7600GT would have been possible and nice for the 15" model). What surprises me is that even the base model has 1x1GB of RAM-and at least with my educational discount adding a second 1GB stick from Apple is cheaper than Crucial!

    The large hard drive size is great too! And presumably this is the now-working Rev b.

    But...the hard drive is still difficult to access, right? That's what's kept me from buying a Macbook Pro so far. Basically I'm parinoid about having to send it in for service with that drive in there. Obviously there's all kinds of personal info on a hard drive I don't want floating around out there.
    That's what's stopping me from getting this.

    If not for that, I just did the math, and this comes out to roughly $400 more than a Macbook, which isn't terrible.
    (Guess I would want the non-glossy screen? I guess that looks like a normal desktop LCD?)

    frases de amor. frases d amor. mensajes de
  • frases d amor. mensajes de

  • Mord
    Apr 24, 02:06 PM
    I'm going to ask a dumb question here: if the victim had already undergone the surgery, then how could the perpetrators know the victim was genetically male? I'm not trying to be snarky, but there's a logical disconnect, unless I'm missing something.

    Surgery isn't a magic wand.

    Some transgender people "pass" better than others. It's not just transgender people who have their gender challenged either, it happens plenty to anyone that appears gender ambiguous.

    Bullies latch onto any and all perceived insecurity and take advantage of it, in this case it had profoundly unpleasant consequences.

    frases de amor. frases de amor.
  • frases de amor.

  • trainguy77
    Oct 2, 06:00 PM
    I recently rejoined. I haven't folded for a very long time but my mac pro is folding again during the days. We need to get this team going again. :D

    frases de amor. Frases Cortas De Amor
  • Frases Cortas De Amor

  • gr8tfly
    Jan 26, 01:30 AM
    I've lost a bit. :( actually quite a lot. I bought at around 170ish a while ago in prepare for the surge of macworld like last year but am at a bit of a loss right now. I think my avatar shows my recent mood.

    I wouldn't worry. Just sit back and wait a bit. It'll be back. I have some I bought at 26 (pre-split) and some I bought around iDay (146). Not too worried, but I'm in for long haul anyway.

    frases de amor. frases d amor
  • frases d amor

  • 840quadra
    Dec 1, 07:31 PM
    Okay, now I might end up being branded as an Apple apologist for this, but this thread is bugging me.

    Really, people, lighten up! It's like the corner of the carpet is smoking a little bit and people start shouting about how the whole house is about to burn down.

    Now, certainly, these issues should be looked at with all due diligence. But do you honestly think that Apple isn't? Do you honestly think that Apple has simple ignored security all this time? Certainly not. The fact that OS X is as secure as it is clearly shows that Apple has done a good job so far. Now, maybe we've crossed an invisible barrier on the scale of the visibility of the platform, and now a lot more people are trying to target OS X, so more vulnerabilities are being found. But, there really is a big difference between a vulnerability and an exploit in the wild. iAdware is the closest thing to a true exploit I've heard of to date, and we don't even know what kind of vector it uses to get itself installed.

    So, really, lay off the heavy handed "Apple has to start paying attention to security" nonsense. The implication that Apple hasn't been paying attention to security is just irritating, to say the least.

    Good points,

    I agree with some of your points. Apple has done a good job historically, and currently with regards to security. I am not worried that my system is going to be taken over, or hacked the moment I go onto the internet, or sign into a public WIFI.

    I do not agree that lower our demands for Apple with regards to security expectations. Now is Apple's chance to prevent getting an image that their competition has, with regards to holes in security. Apple themselves have advertised that Spyware, viruses, etc, are not part of the OS X experience ( In my opinion, that may be received as a challenge, or incentive for someone to make that argument a fallacy.

    frases de amor. frases de amor para el
  • frases de amor para el

  • DeathChill
    Apr 22, 02:58 PM
    Really? So the fact that they did not have laptops with mainstream mobile quad core CPUs before Sandy Bridge when every other computers manufacturer had them is "immaterial" now? With LTE it's the same story all over. After they finally get in a year or two you'll probably be able to say again that it's immaterial. I bet it's very material to those who want iPhone with LTE now. Another major problem here is that Apple sticks to having just one model of iPhone (CDMA vs GSM differences aside). As if all people wanted the same thing. They don't.

    Of course not all people want the same thing. That's why Apple isn't the only phone manufacturer in the world. You don't like their phone? Buy somebody else's.

    frases de amor. frases de amor
  • frases de amor

  • MacRumors
    Jul 28, 07:13 AM (

    ZDNet reports ( on Microsoft's recently revealed audio player initiative known as "Zune". Last week ( Microsoft confirmed that they were entering the music player market with an integrated solution for music, called Zune:

    "We do need a more consistent experience," Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said in a January interview. "That doesn't mean it's bad to have a variety of devices. I think that's great. But there are some things we need to make sure are more consistently delivered across the portable devices."

    In the latest article, Microsoft's president of the Entertainment and Devices Division states that the Zune initiative is a long term effort with tie ins into other Microsoft projects including the Xbox, Medica center and Live Anywhere gaming.

    Bach didn't offer new details on Zune but said creating a sense of community and making it easier to find new music are central to it. "We're not just introducing Zune to do the same thing other people do," Bach said. Still, he said, the company expects it to take three to five years for the effort to really pay off.

    frases de amor. frases de amor. el amor emo
  • frases de amor. el amor emo

  • katewes
    May 3, 07:53 AM
    No matte antiglare screens on the new iMacs. If you need matte screens, there's something you can do - add your voice to 1,300+ petitions at Unlike personal emails to Apple - which Apple just ignore, asserting everyone loves glossy screens - make it count by adding to the online petition where your voice will remain visible on the net until Apple listens. Remember, adding your comment to transient news articles on the net is fine, but those articles go out of date in a few weeks, and also there is no long-term accumulation and consolidation of numbers, like there is at a petition site.

    frases de amor. frases de amor triste. frases
  • frases de amor triste. frases

  • tomokun
    Jul 24, 04:40 PM
    I dont think I could ever go to a Mighty mouse, however i always thought that it should have been bluetooth. I have a bluetooth apple mouse (that came with my iMac) and my Logitech MX1000. The logitech is much more comfortable, i cant stand using the small apple mouse for long periods of time.

    I could see this as better than mightymouse, however its nothing to make me want to buy one. The logitech is better.

    frases de amor. frases de amor a distancia.
  • frases de amor a distancia.

  • Dr.Gargoyle
    Jul 28, 08:36 AM
    Too many features can be a bad thing. I remember guy back in college... He always had the latest and greatest gadgets. Cell phone and beeper on his belt, you know they type. ***** tool.
    Almost everybody have a cellphone these days. Add a iPod to that and possibly even a pocket pc and we all look like that poor dweeb. I doubt toolbelts filled with gadgets ever will make it as a fashion statement.
    As you said yourself: As long as the iPod keeps it's position as the "cool" MP3 player, they will be just fine.
    IMO, Apple needs to integrate the "must haves" in the iPod, or they will soon loose the "cool factor".

    frases de amor. frases de amor para el dia de
  • frases de amor para el dia de

  • mccldwll
    Apr 28, 10:23 AM
    the iPhone doesn't compete against Android. The iPhone competes against all of the handsets running Android. And it's killing them. The 3GS as the second best-selling handset? That's frankly embarrassing for Android.

    So tell me, in what world is having:
    1 - the most popular handset
    2 - the 2nd most popular handset
    3 - the most popular mobile OS
    4 - the most popular tablet
    getting "badly beaten"?

    Only in that parallel universe occupied by Full of, and others of its ilk.

    frases de amor. frases de amor triste
  • frases de amor triste

  • zorinlynx
    Apr 11, 02:17 PM
    I want to see a Thunderbolt dock.

    Thunderbolt in on one side.

    On the other side, USB, eSATA, Firewire 800, Displayport out (for monitors), audio in/out, gigabit ethernet. Maybe even have space inside for an internal hard drive or two.

    This way, when you get home and want to use your laptop at your desk with external monitor, keyboard, etc.. just plug in two cables. Thunderbolt and power.

    This would be so awesome, and would pretty much eliminate the need for many of us to have a desktop machine.

    frases de amor. frases de amor
  • frases de amor

  • rmhop81
    Apr 26, 02:09 PM

    My original point is though that, given that you ALREADY have all of your music (and probably videos) stores on your local hard drive of your computer, and have your computer connected to the internet, why the heck would you need APPLE to stream your music from the internet, when you can just buy StreamToMe or Audio Galaxy or 20 other apps that can do this for a $5 TOTAL incremental cost from what you already have. You can stream all of your music, including your already set up playlists, AND your video right from your figgin' hard drive. Why the heck do you need to pay APPLE anything?

    The only benefit I can see it to not eat into your HOME data cap limits, which are usually pretty high anyway (I've NEVER had an issue, and I stream all of the time). But you'd have to upload your non-iTunes purchased songs to their servers anyway, which would offset that somewhat.

    not everyone wants a dedicated home server that they load everything on and let it run 24 hours a day. We just have a MBA.... i'm not gonna load all my music on there and leave it plugged in 24 hours a day. Just not gonna happen.

    frases de amor. amor frases
  • amor frases

  • penter
    Jul 24, 07:00 PM
    i always wondered why they were taking so long to release this.....
    doesnt seem like an amazing feat for it to have taken such a long time.
    who agrees? yup, i think most of us do.
    now lets see about these prices...

    frases de amor. frases de amor
  • frases de amor

  • SiliconAddict
    Aug 15, 03:06 PM
    Purchase spare battery? Nice Apple nice. :rolleyes: It may be a legit option, god knows its somewhat a PITA to find on apple's site, but still. I don't want to hear anyone complaining about MS's in OS ads.

    frases de amor. frases de amor bonitas
  • frases de amor bonitas

  • leekohler
    Mar 10, 05:31 PM
    I have stayed out of this one for a while, but now he has gone from "sick" to "awesome" with this video on Funny or Die.

    I don't even know what to say...

    frases de amor. frases de amor triste. amor
  • frases de amor triste. amor

  • fly75
    Jan 30, 03:05 PM
    Liberal banter = common sense and simple logic for the intelligent.... Too many people are so caught up in their lives that they forget the trauma of the past. History repeats itself and the market is like a roller coaster... remember the 1980's? Or even worse the 1930's.... Tech Stock is not going to hold. I am betting on Gold to hit at least 1500.00 in the next coming months and then upwards to the 2000.00 range.

    I remember the Hunt brothers being pretty bullish on silver in the 80's.

    Only cost them a few billion:eek:

    frases de amor. frases de amor y amistad. amor
  • frases de amor y amistad. amor

  • maclaptop
    May 4, 09:17 AM
    As many have accurately stated, Apple does things on their terms. They know people will wait. Its no big deal.

    Oct 24, 07:46 AM
    If the prices havn't changed as mentioned above then this may make some people who were thinking of getting macbooks justify paying the extra for the pro, it seems more worth while now. I was in that position in june but I went for the Macbook.

    Jul 24, 03:09 PM (

    DailyTech reports ( that a filing with the Federal Communications Commission reveals that Apple has developed a Bluetooth (wireless) version of its Mighty Mouse (, otherwise identical to the current model and its touch-sensitive cover, Scroll Ball, and force-sensing side buttons.

    The new Mighty Mouse uses two standard AA batteries and will be compatible with OS X 10.4.6 and later. No release date is set for the new Bluetooth Mighty Mouse -- currently codenamed M6, but judging from the FCC filing, the new mouse should arrive soon.

    MacRumors recently received word that Apple repair technicians and phone support had been briefed on how to deal with the new hardware, indicating a release may be imminent. The Mighty Mouse was introduced ( in August 2005.

    Update: According to a picture of a preliminary product manual obtained by AppleInsider (, the new wireless Mighty Mouse will use Laser tracking in place of the Optical tracking system the current USB Mighty Mouse uses. Laser-based mice typically are more accurate and less prone to errors on extremely smooth surfaces.

    Apr 12, 09:09 AM
    OK, stop it already! Enough with the iPhone 5 / iPad 3 release date rumors, or put it on page 2.

    Nov 28, 07:45 AM
    PS3's give good ppd, and as far as what WE have done to you... check the water - bwahaha!

    Here is a link to Atlas's machine stats, it's freeking awesome ( look at!!!!!

    yeah i've got my PS3 folding when i'm not using it. i think it gets about 1,000 ppd (not sure though, but i think i read that somewhere)

    thanks for that link!

    The water here in Japan IS a bit freaky :p

    I KNOW!!! Where's the "drool" emotiocon! Each one of his GPU monsters is making 66K ppd....and he's got FIVE OF THEM!!!

    man that's crazy!

    Apr 25, 05:29 PM
    Yeah!!!! New iMac here I come!!

    No hay comentarios:

    Publicar un comentario