Saturday, May 14, 2011

new york map outline

new york map outline. World Map-Outline/Blank Map of
  • World Map-Outline/Blank Map of



  • Sydde
    Apr 10, 08:58 PM
    Where the F is THAT???
    Swindon England : 55� 33' 46" N by 1� 46' 17" W
    Until a radical shift in our system happens, such as 3rd parties somehow becoming viable, these things will only continue. Institutions are self perpetuating and reinforcing, unless changed from the bottom (the only place such a change can possibly occur), the problems this country faces will only be contributed to and not combated.

    First, we need to institute total no-opt-out public financing of all elections. Then we should explore something like an inflexible expiration for all corporate charters, say 9 years (about half a patent term). Dissolution would begin by satisfying the investors and then proceed to establishing non-incorporated component businesses to maintain (if necessary) the products/services the corporation had established, creating a co�perative arrangement if appropriate.

    Right now, long-lived large business has replaced the problem that the dynamic democratic republic was supposed to address. We have no official peerage, but what we do have is almost indistinguishable.





    new york map outline. New York County Outline Map
  • New York County Outline Map



  • iMacZealot
    Sep 18, 12:36 AM
    because the p910 when released was a $AU1300 phone. i dont want to be paying for that TWICE (no phone is free. u either pay up front or you pay in your monthly contract) if i change carrier. you dont get a new Mac because you change ISP, do you?

    If you sign up for two years with one carrier, then you better think harder if you're going to switch a few months later.

    But CDMA carriers will unlock your phone. I haven't tried it, but I've heard of Sprint or Verizon unlocking phones. It doen't happen that often since it requires quite a bit of reprogramming, but it's possible.





    new york map outline. map of new york state outline.
  • map of new york state outline.



  • andys53
    Apr 22, 02:12 AM
    How does streaming music to my iPhone help me, when O2 cap my Internet usage, and then charge when you use more.

    It won't, but if you have iTunes on a computer at home, it could save you on constantly replacing worn out hard drives before they crash and lose all your library.





    new york map outline. Roc Outline
  • Roc Outline



  • iMeowbot
    Sep 15, 11:10 PM
    [Gates interview]

    Indicating the iPhone or the rumored mobile phone capabilities in Zune?
    That's not speculation, a Zune phone is part of their stated plans (http://today.reuters.co.uk/news/articlenews.aspx?type=internetNews&storyID=2006-09-14T213034Z_01_N14304886_RTRIDST_0_OUKIN-UK-MICROSOFT-ZUNE-PHONE.XML).





    new york map outline. A New Map for Travelers
  • A New Map for Travelers



  • Vegasman
    Mar 30, 01:04 PM
    After a bit of thought I think I'm siding with Apple... here's why:

    The strongest argument I've read against the trademark is that 'App Store' is describing the very thing it actually is. Someone likened this to renaming 'Windows' to 'Operating System'.

    However what isn't appreciated is that 'App' is in itself an abbreviation. It's debatable whether apple popularised it not but thats not the point. Basically it would be like renaming 'Windows' to 'Ope System'.

    I'd argue that 'Ope System' could be trademarked whereas 'Operating System' couldn't...

    Nice try. But "app" and "application" have been synonymous for more than a decade. They have always been used interchangeably. "Ope System" and "Operating System" have not been used interchangeably.

    2005: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/a-k...or-real-estate
    2004: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1599324,00.asp
    2003: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,1191830,00.asp





    new york map outline. new york state outline map.
  • new york state outline map.



  • lmalave
    Sep 26, 02:25 PM
    This would be sweet! I definitely wouldn't mind switching to Cingular and their rollover minutes. Looking at Cingular's family plans it looks like I would save about $20/month over my current T-Mobile plan. And since Cingular is GSM like T-Mobile, my mom (who I share the plan with) could continue using her existing simple Samsung mobile phone that she's familiar and comfortable with (I'd just have to get a Cingular SIM card). And as someone already mentioned above, phone numbers in the US are transferrable between carriers, so although it's probably a pain I would do all the paperwork to transfer the 2 numbers I have under T-Mobile.

    I just hope the phone is sweet enough to make me wanna ditch my already impressive Sony Ericsson phone. The main improvents I would be looking for over my SE phone are:

    - Better music player software/controls (I think this one's a safe bet)
    - Stereo bluetooth (less sure about this one)
    - 3G enabled (looks promising - I'm hoping the iPhone will be 3.5G HSDPA enabled like the LG CU500 phone)
    - Better browser (Actually Opera mini is fine, maybe all that's needed is a larger screen and faster connection speed)
    - Better camera, especially under low light conditions (almost guaranteed to be better camera based on rumors it's 3 megapixels and also Apples experience integrating tiny video cameras into its laptops and iMacs)
    - Larger screen (would like it to be 2+ inches diagonal and at least 320 x 240 pixels) (this one I think is a safe bet)

    So basically, I will almost certainly be getting the iPhone as soon as it's available and I fill out the paperwork to transfer my number over...

    Hey everybody,
    So often I hear people talk about how great the customer service is for Verizon, Cingular, and Sprint. Why are all of you in need of customer service with these companies? I'm with T Mobile and have never needed to call and straighten a bill out, or get credit applied to my account. I'd say the best customer service is the kind you don't need to use. So, I'm hoping that T Mobile will carry the iPhone 6 months after the initial release.

    Lucky you. I have T-Mobile and I've definitely had reason to call them. I thought their customer service was excellent (better than Verizon or AT&T), but I still wouldn't say that their service is "so good you never need to call them up".





    new york map outline. new york state map outline.
  • new york state map outline.



  • cube
    Apr 14, 12:37 PM
    The PC industry is plagued with lowest common denominator, low cost crap.

    Apple and Intel are trying to move forward. We should support that.

    Thunderbolt is a step backwards.

    The MBPs could have DisplayPort 1.2 if it were not for the damned connector merge.





    new york map outline. Outline Map of Austria
  • Outline Map of Austria



  • Mafamaticks
    Mar 29, 11:34 AM
    Windows phone may (and I'm being generous) top iPhone only due to the foundation that Nokia laid for them. I don't know about the quality of the Nokia hardware overseas, but it must be decent for Symbian to hold a nice chunk of market share for so long.

    Windows and Nokia better put their heads together to come up with some software though. Last I read about Windows Phone 7 was that they didn't include copy and paste, essentially trying to mimic iPhone features.





    new york map outline. US Outline Map Pictures
  • US Outline Map Pictures



  • ArchaicRevival
    Mar 23, 06:42 PM
    Im in agreement with this.
    Remove them from the App Store.

    It might be illegal etc.. but we must draw the line somewhere.

    Nope it's not illegal. The law enforcement is required to announce them, plus many radio show hosts announce them as well.

    but I definitely agree with other posts, that if a guy is too drunk to drive, he's probably to drunk to use his phone and look for DUI checkpoints anyway. It's probably for people that are not super drunk, but are maybe 0.09% instead of 0.08%. ;)

    Overzealous democrats and republicans on both side need to suck it.:mad:





    new york map outline. What is a street map for kids
  • What is a street map for kids



  • MrFirework
    Oct 27, 01:56 PM
    I think that's pretty accurate (well observed) whichever side of this particular fence people are sitting.

    Yeah, but what is currently out there that's better?





    new york map outline. map of new york state outline.
  • map of new york state outline.



  • whyrichard
    Aug 28, 12:49 PM
    Hello!


    I was thinking of buying an intel core solo and dropping in a processor that is the best i can get for it to use it as a rendering machine.....


    .... should i bother waiting for the new mac mini's or should i go ahead and buy a cheapo core solo? especially since they would be sold for much less.....


    thanks,
    r.





    new york map outline. new york state outline map.
  • new york state outline map.



  • Small White Car
    Nov 13, 02:45 PM
    Just like every other copyright, you don't have the right to breech. If Apple doesn't defend their copyright, then they can lose it, so they HAVE to fight for it.

    RA didn't break any copywright laws. Those images are broadcast by OS X specifically so other computers can dislplay them.

    Just to be clear, if RA had made an application for a Macbook that displayed these images, that's ok. Because they made the application for an iPhone instead, it's not ok.

    Does that make sense to anyone?





    new york map outline. Map of the Day: New York City
  • Map of the Day: New York City



  • rtdunham
    Sep 10, 07:04 PM
    Sorry, but that mockup is just stupid. Whoever made it obviously has no concept of Apple's product line. CONSUMER = WHITE OR BLACK. PRO = ALUMINUM. NEITHER = MIX OF IMAC WHITE + ALUMINUM. Every single frickin' product follows these guidelines. Get a clue.

    You're doing what Marshall McLuhan described: looking in a rearview mirror to anticipate the future. You might even be being a little arrogant about it. Y'think? I mean, what about those aluminum iPod minis? that same format's suggested for new nanos. Apple's smart to delineate its lines, and you're smart to note that. But neither Apple nor you would be smart to think that delineation has to be sustained...what, forever? Like wide and narrow ties (hair styles, skirt lengths) moving in and out of fashion, Apple, IMHO, will establish distinctions and evolve them over time. It won't always happen: we'll never see a black Apple laptop again, like the early models, but... Oh, wait!!!

    bellbottoms forever
    peace out





    new york map outline. New+york+state+map+outline
  • New+york+state+map+outline



  • TheKrillr
    Aug 28, 12:55 PM
    It makes more sense for Apple to wait for tomorrow, anyway. This way, they can avoid being drowned out by the other manufacturer's announcements and simultaneously steel their fanfare. They'll probably do something like "New, with Merom, and more..." and add on another fancy feature or two to each thing to outdo the other laptop guys.

    Though, I still think they're coming on the 18th of sept.





    new york map outline. new york state outline map.
  • new york state outline map.



  • dejo
    Nov 13, 03:32 PM
    The problem is that they have broken no rules. The data being sent to display the images is coming from the Mac. Rogue Amoeba is following the rules of the SDK.

    Except in this case, they still didn't break the rules. Nothing in the SDK prohibits what they did. (Gruber's reply (http://daringfireball.net/2009/11/airfoil_touch_situation) to Jeff LaMarche sums it up very nicely � I know it's already been linked to be I think it needs repeating)
    I don't think they broke any rules either (hence my "I may not agree with it" comment) but I was just pointing out the fact that you can't argue, in a general way, that it doesn't make sense to be allowed to do something on the Mac but not on the iPhone. They do have a different set of rules.





    new york map outline. Outline Map of North Korea
  • Outline Map of North Korea



  • bdj21ya
    Sep 14, 08:55 AM
    Surely they wouldn't have a whole invite just for an MBP update either? Although this board seems obsessed with Merom MBP's, replacing a chip in a laptop really isn't that exciting.

    I'm hoping for a completely new product range of some sort.

    Ditto on the chip thing. The chip does NOT make THAT BIG a difference! Spend your energy on working a few extra hours so you can pay for a RAM upgrade or a 7200 RPM hard drive. Those two upgrades will make more of a performance difference, and my guess is that overall battery life will not be all that different, but we'll see when the machines come out.

    To be honest, I think you need to look at the nature of the invite (e.g. how many people it was sent to, how large is the event venue). I could easily see this event being for just an Aperture update. I also don't see any reason to wait for an event to make a minor processor upgrade to the pro laptops. They could just as likely do it today.





    new york map outline. new york state map by county.
  • new york state map by county.



  • ChazUK
    Apr 19, 01:29 PM
    From Nilay's post:



    The first four seem flimsy in light this..

    http://img685.imageshack.us/img685/392/algoq.jpg

    Wow. That does look like an early Galaxy S (dark chrome bezel to boot!). Interesting find.





    new york map outline. world map outline countries
  • world map outline countries



  • Chupa Chupa
    Sep 14, 08:28 AM
    Most likely. I'm not a betting person, but Apple usually rolls out new pro machines during these types of events and what better way to show off the MBPs running C2D than a demonstration of Aperture 2.0. :)


    Yup. I agree. And I bet the new MBPs will ship immediately as well. What would be really cool is if Apple lowered the price of Aperture to $199 or so to make it more affordable to the photo piddlers among us. After all, surely Aperture 2 is going to have massive hardware and GPU requirements (read: QuadCore Mac + 4GB RAM + X1900 video card). That is really where Apple makes it's cash. Just dreaming, of course, because I can't justify a $300 software package when I'm just a dabbler. Lightroom beta has been fun though.





    new york map outline. new york state map by county.
  • new york state map by county.



  • Maccus Aurelius
    Oct 27, 03:25 PM
    i really feel that greenpeace is trying to use the fact that Apple is the "cool" tech company to get what they want done. for instance, if Apple is bad for the environment, we hippie college kids won't think they're as "cool." Apple loves us hippie college kids and doesn't want to lose us as customers, so they HAVE to be greener - greener than all other tech companies which are JUST AS BAD AS APPLE - then the other tech companies will have to follow suit, because that's the way it is. Apple got rid of CRT displays a while ago- dell still sells them, hp still sells them... they've got friggin lead in them! ALL lcd panels contain mercury.... i mean i don't really see greenpeace's point here. i mean, yeah, i'd like apple to be the greenest, that way i'd feel better about giving them my money. but they do take back old iPods, they do take back your old computer when you buy a Mac... it's not like they do nothing. i think greenpeace is doing a pretty dumb thing here- they should be lobbying governments to make these chemicals illegal to include in consumer electronics, not attempting to bully apple. just my thoughts on the matter.

    When the day comes that holographic screens make it to the market...maybe the green lust will be satiated and all will be well..unless the projector for holograms is a candy-coated ball of lead, powered by the liver of an infant.





    SeaFox
    Sep 26, 09:58 PM
    AllTel is IS95 ("CDMA") not GSM.

    The only two national operators of GSM networks in the US are T-Mobile and Cingular, though there are a small handful of regional networks dotted around the country.

    Not in all areas. In northern Wisconsin I got roaming signal on my GSM phone, and AllTel is the only carrier in the area.

    Actually we're both right (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alltel). Alltel does not offer GSM service to it's customers, but owns and maintains a large GSM network they aquired from another carrier.





    janstett
    Apr 11, 11:15 AM
    This is great news, I've been waiting for something like that for ages.

    For all those people that fail to see how it could be useful, consider the following scenarios:

    I got my Mac connected to some great speakers.
    Now, a friend comes by for a visit, brings along his laptop and we want to hear some music from his iTunes --> messy cables, my friend standing with his laptop by the amplifier because that cable is short (�)
    Another friend comes over. We want to listen to music from his/her iPod/iPhone/iPad --> messy cables.
    My beloved speakers are self-amplified and connected directly to my mac or say, an external sound card --> even more complicated!
    Same friends, different room - let's say a living room with a HTPC --> More cables.

    All this could be accomplished with a few airport express units across the house which is somehow a luxury option money-wise and somehow redundant since I already have a wireless router and at least one computer up and running. Also, it would probably create more of a mess with the aforementioned setup (I would need a multiple input amplifier for my living room or an extra mixer for self-amplified speakers). Don't get me wrong, I think AX is a great device and I'll probably get one someday, but it sounds absurd that one device cannot stream audio to a computer.

    And for those suggesting third-party software, this sounds great if I were the only using them. I cannot imagine telling my friends "hey, buy this $40 software so we can stream music to each other's computer". I'm not sure I could even convince them to install free software to mess with their audio setup. iOS users are ruled out of course.

    For those suggesting iTunes home sharing: this is for personal use. I don't want to share my id/pass with anyone, and no one wants to share it with me.

    I have an example, too.

    I do have Airport Expresses and ATV2s around my house and often use it to play music throughout the house, especially during holidays and parties.

    Problem is in my den, I have several computers and a good 5.1 surround system, but no Airport Express. It sure would be nice to pipe sound into there too.





    juicedropsdeuce
    Mar 22, 03:25 PM
    As an ex-kid I take extreme offense to that statement. Besides, are you really going to tell me Apple makes sense all the time? I guarantee Apple made more money off the 24inch iMac than they did the MacPro for that period...now, with the introduction of the 27inch they wanted to diversify the iMac line more so...hence the 21.5.

    My beef with your original statement stands (as its UBER subjective)...why is a 24inch screen "useless"? What if Apple came out with a 14inch MBP, and I said the 15inch was "useless". Uhhh, thats called an OPINION...look it up grand dad;)

    Sounds like you'd be interested in a nice Windows7 machine. Enjoy. :rolleyes:





    iMeowbot
    Aug 29, 06:29 AM
    If you read the fine print of the Apple iPod offer,
    it says "Apple reserves the right to change without notice the Terms and Conditions, modify the offer, or end the offer at any time without notice." So they can add or delete any models they like.





    dante@sisna.com
    Sep 19, 02:32 PM
    couldn't apple develop something into itunes that lets you watch while it is downloading? is this possible?

    You can watch while downloading.

    I was able to begin about 5 minutes into download -- barely enough time to get the snacks.



    No comments:

    Post a Comment