الخميس، 26 مايو، 2011

kournikova and enrique

kournikova and enrique. Enrique-
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  • AcesHigh87
    Apr 26, 10:29 PM
    I might just be the playback but not actually skip in the final product. The intro for my youtube videos always skips when I playback in iMovie but it doesn't when I export the finished video.

    I'd say test export a short section containing the part that skips. If it doesn't skip in that then don't worry about it.




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  • rkmac
    Feb 6, 04:56 AM
    My current one.
    Image can be found here (http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper_beta/details/2461/african_sunset.html).




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  • SgtDecimal
    Aug 1, 05:48 AM
    Click for full size
    http://i28.tinypic.com/mkvn1k.jpg

    My friends are always are amazed how clean my desktop is. There obviously used to windows.




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  • Eithanius
    Sep 3, 08:17 AM
    Simple and clean, how I'd like my mind to be lately

    http://img547.imageshack.us/img547/2496/picture1ci.jpg

    Where can I get this...?




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  • intellca
    Apr 27, 06:54 PM
    educating people as an industry? Who does jobs think he is? Most of the population may be below average to his economical standards... but what the f was that? People know more than he thinks... It is simple for Apple to track anyone on a cellular network and using an iPhone... but it isn't worth the legal risk is it, if the person's' being tracked isn't worth it... but if Apple or anyone really wanted to... there is nothing to stop it with the infrastructure of iOS and cellular networks today...




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  • BobbieM629
    Apr 10, 11:32 PM
    I've noticed this too with the iPad 2, BUT I know I am using it more. I think it was 4.3.1 honestly though :(




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  • 2Turbo
    Apr 22, 11:56 PM
    Going to replace the stock HDD with a WD Black 750GB. New to Mac and need to know what's the best way to test for bad sectors and stuff.

    I would prefer it to be a thorough type of test before I start using it for important data.

    Thanks for any help. :)




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  • macrobat
    Apr 30, 10:38 AM
    will be heading to the santa monica location about 3:30 might even try to get there at 12 on my break and see if someone will hold my place in line and i will cover for them 3-5




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  • likemyorbs
    May 5, 10:42 AM
    That doesn't make it right. Retribution, revenge, anger, fear etc are not good emotions. Try to overcome these basic desires.

    I overheard someone on the bus say something like this-

    "So Bin Laden committed an awful crime, no denying that. But in response the US imprisoned people without trial for years in Gitmo, tortured some of them for information, then shot Bin Laden when he was unarmed. They both seem pretty bad to me."

    I can see where this view comes from. Many times I've heard Americans complain that Europeans "look down their noses at them" and "maybe they would understand when planes fly into some of their buildings". However, when the US response to a disaster is detention and torture what do you expect? The US has lost the moral high ground, and these human rights violations only serve to encourage more people to fight against the US.

    It times of difficulty many governments bend the rules, and it is how the courts and the public respond that matters. In the UK we detained some people, but they started a court case and won. We had a report of MI6 feeding questions to Moroccan security forces to get them to get information out of someone. However, MI6 was tripping over itself to say they don't condone torture and the courts constantly ruled more information on the subject should be released.

    Detention without trial and torture are the methods used by dictatorships and authoritarian regimes, and the world will always look down on the US government so long as they are used.

    Guess the world will just have to look down on us then. The US actually has a pair of balls, and we do what we need to do, unlike Europe who's militaries are a joke. Shooting bin laden while he was unarmed?? Seriously?? Who gives a crap? That's like being against shooting hitler while he was unarmed. Of course your solution would be to put him in jail for the rest of his life, but that doesn't fly here. Again, we are not europe and never will be, thankfully. You guys could look your noses down at us, but don't forget who's going to be there protecting your asses when you get into a war with an arab country (and that is possible, remember they don't like you either, and you're an easier target than us). I'm sorry, but their needs to be at least one nation that does what we do, and i'm glad we do it.


    Still too squeamish to call it torture? The fundamental difference between terrorist organizations and authoritarian regimes on the one hand, and the civilized world on the other, is the latter's unwillingness to have recourse to violence. Policies of torture are unbecoming of a nation of people who purport to uphold the US constitution, regardless of the extreme methods adopted by our enemies. Once we sink to their level, we lose all our moral superiority and become victims of our own hate and fear as much as victims of the machinations of our opponents.

    Nope, not too squeamish just going by the thread title. It's torture, there you happy? Again, we are not europe. So europe doesn't torture and where has that gotten them? They still get attacked by terrorists, even sweden, go figure. Moral superiority or not, safety of our nation and other western nations is more important. If torture is needed to get that information and save thousands of lives, then we should do it. Someone has to do the dirty work, and it's always us. But that's ok, that's how it's always been and it's why we're such a proud nation.




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  • JRoDDz
    Apr 6, 02:05 PM
    I can remember much smaller disk drives, under 100MB that used 14 inch diameter patters and hydraulic pistons to move the read/write heads. The disk drive was about the same size and shape as a home washing machine. This was in the early 1970's.

    Can we go back to floppy drives? I love the way those 5 1/4" floppys.. ummm flopped :)




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  • n8felton
    Jan 16, 10:38 PM
    Hey,

    I was wondering if anyone else would like to see a full RSS feed from MacRumors. I currently use Google Reader to combine all my RSS news and I hate only getting a small portion of the MacRumors posts that do not include the images or the full article like the site does.




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  • blow45
    Apr 16, 10:02 AM
    I do. although by no means extensive, and I didn't like the interface, and it didn't seem faster or cooler, but that's just my opinion.

    may i suggest the free mplayerx from the app store, you might wanna give it a go, it seems pretty robust and lightweight.




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  • steve2112
    Jan 18, 01:36 PM
    I don't get why Americans like bigger cars. Maybe it's the old mantra of bigger is better?

    Have you SEEN most Americans lately? It's not a matter of want, it's a matter of NEED. Gotta have room for those big bodies. :)

    It's combination of factors people have listed. For the most part, we don't have to deal with the narrow streets that much of Europe and Asia have. Also, I think Americans drive more. Now that I think about it, I would like to see a comparison of average miles driven per year in the US vs. Europe. I wonder how many people in Europe, for example, drive 30+ miles one way to work every day. If you drive that much, you want something with more room and better ride. Also, as pointed out, if the next bigger model provides similar mileage and isn't much more expensive, why not get it?

    The same is true with more powerful engine options in the same car. In the new Hyundai Sonata, for example, the turbocharged 4 produces 70+ more HP yet is only rated 1 MPG less. For that small a penalty, why not go for more power?




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  • c-Row
    Oct 6, 06:49 AM
    No. It's fairly common sense stuff really to stick code in like class="title" instead of class="blue" to infer structure in a document, not the design.

    I agree - especially about the class="blue" example. This will lead into problems as soon as the element should be given another colour in the future. However, the original post reads like "Hey, let's say this <element> is LARGE and let the browser decide what a LARGE <element> should look like, how large it should be, etc..."; and that's what I criticise.


    csszengarden is also just ONE underlying document structure and not a terribly practical one either. It's there to showcase what can be done just with CSS, not how to design a practical semantically led page.

    Guess the main problem is that they can't update the initial document structure afterwards - otherwise there would be problems with all the designs.




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  • Alrescha
    Dec 22, 09:15 AM
    We get a full year of support on hardware and software, and have Applecare for beyond year 1. So limited OS support is FUD.

    I don't think it is FUD. For example, Microsoft's last support for WinXP Pro ends in April of 2014 � that is over 12 years of support from the vendor.

    A.




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  • aimeeinohio
    May 5, 09:33 PM
    I had a bunch of stuff organized into folders, and suddenly it isn't organized anymore! Anyone know what the heck happened?




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  • rjohnstone
    Apr 7, 03:04 PM
    Revenue for AT&T in the 4th Q of last year was $30+ billion. Excuse me if I have trouble believing that AT&T is looking to help their costs with a $50 increase.
    Looks like somebody doesn't know how to read an annual report.
    AT&T (the whole company) generated $31.36 billion in revenue for ALL of 2010.
    (2010 Q4 total revenue (wireless and wireline) was $9.6 billion, with $6.6 billion of that allocated to capital expenses.)

    Of the $31.36 billion earned in $15.18 billion came from the wireless unit.
    The rest was from wireline (U-Verse) services.

    Out of that $31.36 billion, AT&T had $20.3 billion in capital expenses.
    That leaves just a hair over $10 billion for upgrades and any new R&D.
    Their LTE roll out is expected to cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $19 billion dollars.

    So yeah... they need the money to expand while remaining profitable.
    The question is, who is willing to pay it?
    My guess is most will and AT&T knows it.




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  • tsvb
    Nov 29, 09:20 AM
    Hello,

    I was curious as to why we can no longer click on a sub-forum link? If I am currently in the "Site and Forum Feedback" forum and want to go to the "Mac Community" sub-forum I cannot, it will only allow me to go back to the main index.

    A little confusing I know. Please see the screenshot, I would like to be able to click on the highlighted link.

    http://i55.tinypic.com/11tyfpt.jpg




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  • skunk
    Mar 2, 04:29 PM
    Me too.I don't think even that will save it.




    manu chao
    Apr 4, 01:24 PM
    In general: you sometimes don't get that option in a very straight forward way - and they still might sell your address (maybe not FT, but others)
    If they do not offer this option, they might be breaking the law (and if not I would badger my politicians to make such a law) or you simply do not any business with them.

    In general: you sometimes don't get that option in a very straight forward way - and they still might sell your address (maybe not FT, but others)
    So if you opt out: WHY do they still need your full name, address, email, .... etc information. If I tell them I don't want any of their advertisement or from their partners than I don't. I can see that they ask for the zip code or similar information to see in which areas they do good or not - but they should not get my full address, email or phone number.
    Legally, if you make any kind of contract, you have to identify yourself. When you do a business in person (eg, buying a hotdog) being there physically is enough, for non-personal contracts you need to identify yourself (which can be done via a creditcard, as the creditcard itself has an address to it) via an address.
    Demanding an e-mail or a phone number is there to facilitate things for the business partner, they have business operations in place which might rely on sending out invoices via e-mail. But legally, you probably could make a fuss and claiming you do not have an e-mail address or even a telephone.




    Marley
    Oct 3, 09:38 PM
    @Marley

    Cool. You're giving me some ideas for next month's desktop:). Great use of Nocturne, too.

    Thanks, my inspiration came from here (http://rjd2k3.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d1qvc81)... It'd be cool to see what you come up with.

    BTW, I'm not using Nocturne--I hacked my menu bar a while ago, before it was released, using a method someone suggested on these boards.




    cozmot
    May 2, 12:22 AM
    What's with all the names changes?

    iTools -> .Mac -> MobileMe -> iCloud

    It's not the name that's hindering Apple's online efforts, it's the pricing, features and reliability.

    I just hope they make iDisk as good or better as DropBox. iDisk in its current iteration is just awful.

    I'm with you. iDisk is a clunker and I never use it. Apple would be smart to just buy DropBox. It's perfect.




    VolcanoGenesis
    Apr 7, 06:32 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8G4)

    I had battery drain with 4.3.1 until I turned off Ping and restarted my phone. Since then, good battery life.

    Same here, very noticeable decrease in my iPhone 4's battery life after 4.3.1. After doing some research, I disabled Ping and everything is back to normal.




    elitesouth
    Nov 24, 09:34 AM
    Give http://www.cometdocs.com/iTunesxml2m3u.htm a shot!



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