Saturday, May 14, 2011

i will love you forever book

i will love you forever book. i will love you forever poems.
  • i will love you forever poems.



  • rovex
    Mar 29, 01:44 PM
    In 5-10 years the iPod will become extinct. By then the touch will be hanging on a thin wire.





    i will love you forever book. i will love you forever poems.
  • i will love you forever poems.



  • ghostlines
    Mar 31, 07:22 AM
    Does anyone know if you can now print highlighted text like you can in Windows? Since they're adding the age old full-screen window feature, I think this feature would also be a welcome addition.





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  • Tyrion
    Apr 20, 10:39 AM
    So, we aren't allowed to talk about contracts? On the internet? Because you might come by and read about it? Yes, that is what "entitlement" is, get over yourself and skip over the posts that don't apply to you. Christ, esp when it is a positive for you.

    You're just screwing with me, right? Because this has nothing to do with what I actually wrote.





    i will love you forever book. i will love you forever book.
  • i will love you forever book.



  • p0intblank
    Sep 11, 11:57 AM
    The only things comin out are the Video Rental service, and a size increase for the Nano.

    Move along.

    I have to disagree. What makes you think Apple is going to go with only a video rental service? Apple is all about wanting their users being able to "own" content, not borrow it. If anything, they'll go the route of Amazon and allow the user to choose to either own or rent it.

    And size increase for the iPod nano sounds very likely, but I expect Apple to do something with the 5G iPod also. Whether it's increase storage capacities or a true fullscreen model, anything works for me.





    i will love you forever book. i will love you forever book.
  • i will love you forever book.



  • SactoGuy18
    Mar 27, 01:12 PM
    I don't believe the TechCrunch story. http://www.en.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/blum3.gif

    Wasn't there a rumor that Apple was going to hold a public event in April to demonstrate iOS 5.0 for the first time and it will be released in July at the same time that the iPhone 5 reaches retailers?





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  • i will love you forever and



  • orthorim
    Apr 25, 07:34 AM
    Well, we will have to disagree there :)

    I think Apple puts form/Style above function, and will make a device that does not work very well, or is comfortable/practical for a human to use, simply so that it looks cool and people want to buy it.

    Is that why you bought the iPad? One would think if you have an iPad, you'd already see the error in judgement that you made there. Just because Apple stuff looks cool doesn't mean it's sacrificing function - to the contrary.

    If you've used an iPhone, or iPad, for any period of time you'd know that.

    Other computer makers put wavy lines, green blinking lights and all sorts of other kitsch on their machines - by kitsch I mean design features that have no function, that are there only to look "good".

    When has Apple made a device that didn't work very well??? You'd have to go all the way to the Newton for that. And that happened while Steve Jobs was away, not a co-incidence. Ever since the iPod, it's been hit after hit.





    i will love you forever book. i will love you forever poems.
  • i will love you forever poems.



  • dr_lha
    Aug 11, 10:23 AM
    They are already available, these are standard PC parts now remember.

    http://www.microdirect.co.uk/ProductInfo.aspx?ProductID=14564&GroupID=1674
    There is no current Mac that this chip can "drop into", apart from maybe a Mac Pro, but going from a Woodcrest to a Conroe would be a downgrade in that case.

    The Merom that should eventually go into the iMac, mini, MBP and MacBook are currently not on sale to the consumer.





    i will love you forever book. I will love you forever.
  • I will love you forever.



  • Ping Guo
    Mar 27, 03:50 AM
    So... cloud computing benefits whom exactly? It's great for syncing - but even unreliable there. Caldav and Google Sync are both problematic. Dropbox works pretty well... but I use if for very specific things. Who wants to stream audio and video in when local storage is so cheap?

    Let me guess, the main beneficiaries will be the companies providing the service. And customers who don't sign up for the new, expensive, glitchy service will be increasingly marginalized in terms of the functionality of their devices.:rolleyes:

    I think we're entering an era of increasing instability and uncertainty, and we should be designing more robust networks and backups, not systems that will experience cascading failure when the power drops out at a sever farm or there's a natural (or man-made) disaster somewhere in the world. One last point - some countries block various cloud-streaming services based on arbitrary decisions, "national security" and "social harmony" *COUGH*china*COUGH*!





    i will love you forever book. “I will love YOU forever and
  • “I will love YOU forever and



  • TheUndertow
    May 6, 07:16 AM
    So I just bought a new 4 core Sandy Bridge iMac tonight and now this news breaks. Is ARM actually building anything in any way shape or form that competes with the Intel X86 stuff right now or is this just vaporware at this point?

    Rumors and Vapor...and for laptops/mobile devices...

    ...and 2-3 years before it's even rumored to hit.





    i will love you forever book. i will love you forever book.
  • i will love you forever book.



  • gerrycurl
    Aug 7, 09:49 PM
    actually crucial already has your ram, apple's basically using an intel 5000 motherboard:

    http://www.crucial.com/store/listparts.asp?Mfr%2BProductline=Intel%2B+Motherboards&mfr=Intel&tabid=AM&model=S5000XVN&submit=Go

    I was thinking this myself until I saw it was 4 x 512mb sticks. That just sucks. If it was 2 x 1gb sticks I would say not bad but its not good. Give crucial a few days to look into it. They guarantee compatibility, if it doesn't work you can return it. I am holding out for third party ram and staying with the 1gb base. Thank god its 1gb and not 512mb they usually throw at us.

    Sorry to cast a shadow over your decision but hey if you can afford it who cares right.





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  • love you forever book pages.



  • ravenvii
    May 3, 09:11 PM
    EDIT: assume we split in two groups but then we get back together in the same room and stay together.
    if both groups move to the same room, and there are monsters, which group gets attacked? do the groups combine their stats in the battle?
    another scenario: we are in the start room, i split myself away and search the start room, while the other 6 move into the next room (so they are good with monsters). turn 2 the search the second room and i join them back. this way we search 2 rooms and move in one round, without splitting the group.

    Whichever team enters the room first, turn order-wise, fights the monster.

    Your second scenario is allowed.

    Could I just explore the first room and save a turn for later(I'm not necessarily wanting to do this, just asking if it's possible)?

    No, heroes can't save turns for later, only the villain can do that.





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  • shompa
    Aug 7, 04:26 PM
    Not really significantly faster than the G5 Quad. Maybe 50% faster at best. As owner of a Quad G5 my motivation would be more about the 6 bays and the FW 800 on the front than the speed. :)

    The G5 is almost as fast per clock cycle.
    Apple COULD have released quad G5 3ghz instead, but they want us to use Intel.

    The whole Intel project is beacuse of no G5 laptop.

    Stupid IBM. I do not like X86, the play plattform.
    But, I have changed all my PPC macs to Intel now.
    Macbook pro, Macbook, macmini and today a Macpro.





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  • I WILL LOVE YOU FOREVER BOOK



  • gatearray
    Apr 5, 02:34 PM
    I'm fine leaving my phone un-jal broken. But I think Toyota and other companies should cater to the jail broken community too. Its understandable that Apple would ask. But hopefully it doesn't go beyond asking.

    Hmmm, a car company catering to a group largely comprised of teenagers and young adults whom (presumably) have little disposable income? Doesn't sound like the best idea to me personally, but what do I know...





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  • “I#39;ll love you forever; I#39;ll



  • bbeagle
    Apr 7, 11:27 AM
    Apple would probably HURT the competition more by easing up production of iPads allowing competitors to buy up more screens.

    See, the competitors would buy too many screens, then never be able to sell their crappy devices, thus lose a lot of money and go bankrupt.

    Then Apple would have the whole market to itself. Genius. :D





    i will love you forever book. love you forever pictures.
  • love you forever pictures.



  • MacsomJRR
    Nov 27, 01:02 AM
    I'd buy a mac tablet in a heartbeat.





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  • i love you forever book. love



  • coolbreeze
    May 6, 01:12 AM
    Here we go again...

    Hint: Intel is your winner, AAPL. Understand that.

    Edit: for you young'ins, this a panel of IBM G5 processors. Specifically designed for Apple. The processor partnership was supposed to be groundbreaking.

    Soon after, Apple went begging to Intel and, well, what's the processor brand in the Mac you are reading this on?





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  • I decided to make a VALENTINE



  • aixporter
    Mar 31, 08:51 AM
    It's been there since that last preview





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  • iRobby
    Apr 21, 04:51 PM
    Is this an IOS device?:eek::eek::eek::eek::eek::eek:





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  • I#39;ll love you forever for



  • HiVolt
    Apr 21, 05:22 PM
    It would be nice. As I'm forced to use a Mac Pro with no redundancy at work to run some Mac specific software. At least my rack is wide enough, I slide in thru the side and on a shelf.

    A 3U-4U Mac Pro with optional redundant PSU and hardware RAID5 would be great. We would certainly buy one at work.





    yadmonkey
    May 6, 04:03 AM
    I'm surprised by the amount of resistance I'm seeing to this idea. I've assumed for a while that this move was inevitable. ARM procs will be fast, relatively cheap, cool, and energy efficient. Apple already has an OS for it which will see considerable convergence with the Mac OS in the near future. This will be a great move for Apple and for consumers, as was the move to Intel.





    doctor-don
    Apr 25, 10:56 AM
    I like Steves sense of brevity.

    Perhaps if people bothered to look up some info on what they were talking about before they went off half-cocked about the latest hyped paranoia...

    News media will do practically anything to attract viewers / listeners / readers, even if the conclusions are incorrect.





    macaddict06
    Jul 21, 08:19 PM
    Has any laptop manufacturer announced a specific ship date for laptops with Merom? What was the turnaround time for the original MacBook Pros from the time Intel announced they were shipping the processors to the time Apple announced they were shipping the laptops?

    Yeah, CoreDuo was released at CES06, and then 3 days later (Friday release Mon/Tues Keynote, am I right?) Apple announced that it was in the iMac and the spanking new MBP. Turnaround was slow, about 5 weeks iirc. However, that was the first laptop to have an Intel processor in it, so that was the big part of the rush. Also, if the MacPro comes out, some prosumers will shift away from getting a laptop and just get a kickass Woodcrest-enabled MP. Overall, I should think that if it gets released at WWDC (MBP that is), it should be in our hot little hands by Sept 1. Any takers?

    Macaddict06





    slu
    Aug 11, 09:50 AM
    its always next tuesday isnt it?

    here is to getting up early on tuesday morning, dragging my ass to the computer, and going to store.apple.com to be disappointed by the lack of the promise to be back within the hour.

    Unless you are waiting to buy, what do you care? Why get up early? If there are updates, they will be there at the regular time you get up. And if there are not, you won't have gotten up early for nothing. Now that I think about it, why get up early even if you are buying? They will still take your order when you get up.

    That being said, if true, this is great news. Apple computers will now be updated much faster than they used to be. People should feel better about buying now, because they should know that the next update is AWLAYS only a couple of months away. You know it is coming and there is nothing you can do about it, so you might as well buy when you need it. If you keep waiting for the next best thing, you'll always be waiting.

    And please, for the love of all things holy, retire the Powerbook G5 "joke". It never was funny and it certainly isn't funny now.





    the vj
    Apr 26, 03:18 PM
    Usually Apple likes to be a "more exclusive platform".



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