Wednesday, June 1, 2011

15 weeks pregnant

    15 weeks pregnant. almost 26 weeks pregnant.
  • almost 26 weeks pregnant.



  • kiljoy616
    Apr 17, 08:17 AM
    I can't say I am a fan of Adobe Flash as I am a big supporter of an open web, but I must say that if cross-compiled apps are inferior then the customers in the app store will certainly vote with their dollars to favor the natively written apps.



    You really don't know much about consumers do you. You have a lot of psychology to learn, the customer is for the most part dumb and does not vote with their dollars, if they do then you have a really bad marketing department, what a utopian believe haha.

    You must remember a product of say 100 dollars is not about selling to the whole world but just a percentage of it, a good product or a bad product its all the same for marketing its about the perception. Just look around your world its full of bad and really bad products and there are still people buying them. Palm sold for years good products and then started selling crap and yet people bought, even today Palm still sells and its their Marketing that really has gone down.

    Apple not only makes good things but they have a top notch marketing department. ;)





    15 weeks pregnant. 15 weeks pregnant redo vlog
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  • MacCoaster
    Oct 2, 08:42 PM
    Originally posted by ddtlm
    People are throwing around "Unix" and "Windows" like they used to throw around "RISC" and "CISC". There is no reason of which I am aware why a future version of Windows cannot scale to as many processors as any version of Unix, just like the nasty ol x86 ISA has yielded top-notch processors like the P4 and Athlon.

    I think that everyone here who argues otherwise is engaged in a desperate attempt to justify their worldview that equates Apple with perfection and wisdom, or perhaps equates Microsoft with evil and boundless stupidity.
    Amen. Although I think the Windows' scalability vs. Unix's scalability is a valid argument because reasons stated in my post above. It's true that there shouldn't be a reason that Windows cannot scale to as many processors, but as I've said... it's not worth it because it isn't Microsoft's market.





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  • Rodimus Prime
    Oct 9, 04:17 PM
    What is the difference in price on the movies sold on iTunes compared buying the DVD itself?

    If it is like 5-10% (1-2 bucks) I dont see why they are complaining but if the the defferences is $5+ I can understand why target is complaining and the threat is a good threat. It is not fair to have that large of a difference in cost.

    I might like to add that places that sell the DVD are only making 2-3 bucks on the DVD they sell.





    15 weeks pregnant. 15 weeks pregnant and pineal
  • 15 weeks pregnant and pineal



  • slidingjon
    Oct 27, 08:12 AM
    First of all, it isn't $99 unless you insist on paying full price.
    Secondly, it is worth every cent. So much more than email, and fantastic for those who own more than one Mac.

    Absolutely true.
    I worked for a retail store that sold Apples. The Apple dealer wanted to sell .mac so badly (for sales goal reasons, I'm sure) that it was often bundled into the price of the computer.*

    ps. don't tell apple! ;)



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  • whoodie
    Mar 18, 09:10 PM
    I called Knox and Northpark at 8:30pm and the said they would both have stock. They said they've been holding all shipments till tomorrow.

    What time are they opening?





    15 weeks pregnant. 8 Weeks Pregnant.
  • 8 Weeks Pregnant.



  • shambolic
    Mar 13, 03:29 PM
    Agreed, it's the carrier that sets the time, not the device.

    I sleep with my AT&T iPhone set to airplane mode so that it won't disturb me in the night - when I woke up this morning, it was still on the old time. (Good thing I wasn't relying on any alarms)

    As soon as I switched off airplane mode, allowing it to access the cell network, it correctly jumped forward an hour to daylight savings time.



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  • ergdegdeg
    Feb 15, 04:06 PM
    OSX has this tool built in. It's DigitalColor Meter in the Utilites folder.





    15 weeks pregnant. 8 Weeks Pregnant. 15 Weeks
  • 8 Weeks Pregnant. 15 Weeks



  • TopToffee
    Feb 25, 03:33 AM
    It's too bad really, but he doesn't look long for this world. No one that skinny is healthy. My guess is that the last few months have been spent in trying to put some weight on the guy. Chemo therapy cannot be given to someone who is already too weak......
    I hope I'm wrong.

    I'm not far off being that skinny. I eat well, and exercise 4-5 times a week.

    While Jobs undoubtedly has some health issues (none of us know what they are right now - other than the fairly major fact that he has a transplanted liver) but to say no one healthy is that thin is just not true.

    Some people have quite spectacularly high metabolisms

    Mr Jobs has never exactly been a chubber, has he? :P



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  • cantthinkofone
    Mar 21, 09:03 PM
    Aloha everyone,

    I seriously don't understand how people can afford not to complain about the gas prices here in Hawaii. I buy all my gas on any one of the various military bases, as we always get cheaper gas than those gas stations outside. I normally get a gallon of premium lower than most outside gas stations sell their regular unleaded.

    Imagine my shock when just last week, it was over $4/gal here at Schofield Barracks (home of the US Army's 25th Infantry Division - Light). It was the same over at the Pearl Harbor-Hickam Combined Base (they merged, but I'm not sure that I got the name correct), although the off-base prices haven't risen quite as sharply, but they're still paying right around $3.96/gallon for regular unleaded gas.

    I mean, we're not even in the summer season yet, not that Hawaii actually has a summer season. I mean that, like in the US Mainland, we get raped at the pump during the "summer" season, for no other reason than the gas companies here can do it. I mean, what else can we do except bitch and complain? If we want to drive our cars, we have to buy the gas, right?

    Don't try that here at Fort Wood. Gas costs the same as it does off post but they throw a huge fit if they see you getting gas and aren't military.

    I paid $60 to fill up today. Gas was $3.35/US Gal.





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  • phillipduran
    Feb 18, 02:47 PM
    Just think, if they all got food poisoning and died - America would be brought to its knees. For a few days.

    Nah, American leadership weathers stuff like that with ease. It's one of the effective things about our military leadership too.



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  • Kengineer
    Sep 22, 06:33 PM
    Anyone know whether or not the IMACs are going to be updated in the next few months?

    I am starting to look for a new computer (switching from a PC to a MAC) and trying to get a handle on when possible updates might be released if any. I would hate to buy in the next couple months when all I had to do was wait until the end of the year.

    Thanks for the help...:)





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  • 15 Weeks Pregnant Spotting



  • TRUCRACKER
    Apr 28, 06:24 PM
    Arlington, VA Yesterday :(

    $3.99 in Springfield, VA :p
    Still bad tho



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  • MacRumorUser
    Mar 27, 03:30 PM
    So did any of you in the US get your 3DS and what are your feelings about it ? Do you share similar thoughts as I have expressed ? :)





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  • gyumilly
    May 1, 05:49 AM
    Earlier this week I received an email with 2 keys, and will gladly give one away.
    I used one for myself and I'm JJJ.fff on Battle.net.

    Here's how to get my second key:
    Follow me on Twitter (@JustinFreid), and @reply me with why you should get it. I'll give my extra key to the person who convinces me he or she most deserves it.

    There are 3 stipulations:



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  • smartbot
    Oct 6, 01:40 PM
    One possibility is that they could go to a 3.7" and still keep the 960x640 resolution. This would allow for a larger screen and it could still maintain it's "retina" display at ~311 pixels per inch (if I did my math right :o). I'm sure they could tweak some apps like Safari to take advantage of the larger screen size (without breaking 3rd party apps that are already built for the 960x640 resolution).





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  • j_maddison
    Mar 21, 01:24 PM
    Uh, why? How is it shameful? This isn't an item that is even remotely usable for studying with alone - what other electronics company does student discount on the scale that Apple does? The iPad is a glorified iPod touch, it is not a learning device (yet), not will it replace a computer in the home unless all you use is Facebook, even then you can't upload photos without the use of another computer.

    Sarcasm, right? Any student, it doesn't even fulfill the needs of half of all students. It can't print, for one! Nor can you put pictures or anything onto it without the use of another computer, so how exactly does it replace a computer?

    Like the way you just picked out a solitary post, ignored my other post, just to make your point ;0)

    I said it's a companion device in a later post. I was a student, and I agree I wouldn't write an essay on an iPad. My 80wpm isn't blistering, but it would be slowed right down by the iPad and I would want to get my thoughts on the screen as quickly as possible

    What it is good for is note taking in lectures, using the diary on the go, being able to surf the net, reference quickly, carry core texts around with you (core texts not replacing half a dozen books that need to be open at hte same time for quick reference), great for e mail on the go, great for facebook in those boring lectures where you're struggling to keep your self awake, and lots of other handy things.

    Where it falls down is the lack of multi tasking, porn, illegal downloading, and lots of other things students find handy :D

    I used a palm during my uni years, the think was fricking amazing for what I wanted it to do at the time. You don't always need to carry around one device that does it all, sometimes simplicity and convenience is what it's all about

    Funnily enough I agree with your points, just don't try and bend what someone else has said to try and fit the point you want to make, you'll lose marks for that in your exams/ essays ;)

    It seems like the majority of the comments are about Price, personal purchase and Higher ed use cases. All of these comments miss the point of what the announcement is about, institutional purchases. This is about school's buying large quantities, and really, since I have a hard time imagining that a University would be buying 10 packs of iPods . Yes, I know that schools like ACU have innovative 1:1 ipod /phone programs where they provide devices to the student, that is not really what this bundle is about). The target audience of a program like this is clearly K12. It is similar to bundles that apple currently has of 32 iPod touches and a Bretford cart or use in a K12 classroom.

    This is all interesting, but the biggest challenge and obstacle that Apple has in K12 is that the iPod ecosystem is a consumer model. It is also not a Higher ed model, where students own their own device and are conditioned to the requiremet of buying their content. I work as a technologist for a 200+ school district and we have been trying to figure out for the better part of a year how to make this consumer product work in k12 setting.

    We've been running pilots in several schools / classes since late spring of 09 and the biggest problem we have is getting a straight answer on how to liscence paid applications. We've asked several Apple representatives "if I buy a class set of 32 ipods, and I want to use a paid app, how many copies does the school need to buy, how many itunes accounts do we need, how many computers do we need to sync all 32 devices and how can we purchase using ta purchase order (no school is going to relish tying a credit card to a personal account, or cutting a PO for 30 $25 itunes gift cards!)

    The answer we have gotten back every time has been not 32, not 1, not 1 for every 5 devices, but the question does not apply, the iPod and iTunes are consumer products and the enduser agreement is for consumers not institutions, and when asked for advice we've been told that Apple does not provide interpretations of their agreements and how we choose to interpret it is a mater that we should take up with our in-house council.

    The good will and glow of Apple in education will continue to drive adoption of the ipod and ipad. I know millions of stimulus dollars went to ipods in school districts around the country, unfortunately, until Apple accepts the fact that school districts are not individuals and they have to "think different" and work with us when we ask for advice on how to successfully use their products in K12, much of the money and the potential will go o waste.

    I hold my hand up, I did miss the point. I confused this with being one and the same as a student/ teacher discount. I didn't engage my brain there for a second.

    I think Apple should give good discounts to educational establishments and students, hell it's far cheaper for them than marketing campaigns. Hook a student on an Apple and you've got a customer for life!



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  • matthewroth
    Sep 1, 05:15 AM
    how do they release the preview to developers and not let loose the super secret features? are all the super secret features all applications which don't need testing?

    or will there be another round of betas?:confused: :confused: :confused:

    My bet is that the GUI will be tested in the labs, there will be a few more apps put to the Dev's but not for a while yet. Apple want them to get board of spaces so they can put more atention on to the newer (SUPER SECRET) apps.

    to be frank, the GUI will not be put out on any beta. this is the one thing apple dont want those pencil pushing theifs at redmond to see as it will no doubt work its way into there next relese (microsoft 2012?)





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  • SteveRichardson
    Aug 14, 01:37 PM
    You are wrong.
    Proven by Apples rising market share.;)

    You cant keep saying that these ads are hurting apple if they keep selling more and more computers.
    It makes no sense.:confused:

    Not because of these commercials.





    15 weeks pregnant. 15 weeks pregnant, fifteen
  • 15 weeks pregnant, fifteen



  • ColoJohnBoy
    May 22, 11:28 AM
    As I write this, I am sitting at my parent's old Compaq Presario 5000, with 750 MHz AMD Duron, 576 MB RAM, 30 GB Hard Drive, and 64 MB NVidia GeForce 2 card (Most of it I have upgraded myself) and running Windows XP Home. I have used PCs for about ten years now. I am familiar with them, I know exactly where to find everthing on them, how to fix everything on them.... I know how everything works, even in XP. Yet Last June, I switched to Mac. Why?

    1) Design. PC computers are just hideous. Really, they're simply not attractive to look at. The only one that comes glose is Gateway's All-In-One computer. But even that is no iMac. Apple computers really are beautiful. They're simple, graceful, and durable.

    2) Mac OS X. Like I said, I know every Windows OS inside and out, having used every iteration of it for ten years. Yet I prefer OS X. Just like the physical design of the computer, OS X is simple, graceful, and durable. What some might perceive as "dumbed down" I see as rid of the unneecessary aspects that all but a small fraction of the computer user population use. It's clear and straightforward, and never have I experienced any problems with it. I admit, it has crashed twice. But both times it was because I was trying to run a severly faulty program. That's two crashes in one year. I'm lucky if I can make it through one day without having Windows (Yes, even XP) crash twice.

    3) iApps. I've been using my parents computer lately, and looking for a good MP3 program to use while I do. I've been spoilt by iTunes. There is nothing, absolutely nothing, for PCs that works as well as iTunes. I've been using MusicMatch, but after iTunes it seems clunky, redundant, and difficult to use. Dare I say, unintuitive.

    4) Health. I have enough headaches in my life already. I don't need even the small stresses that crashes, program errors, and unintuitive programs cause. I don't stress out when I'm using my Macs. It's like electronic aspirin.

    I admit to bashing Pcs. But I must defend myself by saying that I use them enough to be entitled to such bashing. For me, Macs are better, and I bash them with good reason.

    That, and bashing PCs is just fun ;)



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    Mike Teezie
    Nov 28, 11:17 AM
    I think I've got it.

    Thanks a ton guys.





    Di9it8
    Oct 26, 03:32 AM
    This is what you get on the Apple New Zealand site:D





    bowens
    Apr 12, 07:15 AM
    I've found a couple places difficult so far, too. I just beat 2-1 last night so I'm not very far along. I would have played more but I wanted to get my wife playing it. She didn't want to. She said, "It doesn't interest me." Then I finally talked her into playing it and she sat in there for over half an hour going "Cool!"





    mattwolfmatt
    May 2, 12:53 PM
    You're measuring it wrong.





    Apollo21
    Nov 22, 08:39 PM
    The problem isn't wasteful spending of money. The problem is that Earth does not have enough water to support 7 billion human mouths.
    LMAO, is this a joke?? Has to be the dumbest thing I've read this month by a supposed adult.



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