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Saturday, May 21, 2011

Dna Molecule Double Helix

Dna Molecule Double Helix. molecule (double helix).
  • molecule (double helix).



  • Macula
    Oct 23, 11:14 PM
    Why NAND?

    Because I am just obsessed with system responsiveness. I can tolerate things like slow peripheral throughput or a less than stellar GPU, but hiccups and delays are such a turnoff! I would be relieved to see applications load 30-50% faster, with all their components instantly fetched, and with lightning fast task-switching.

    Besides, NAND-supported computers is a paradigmatic shift of sorts and, as such, a very exciting prospect.

    I just hope NAND is included in the first generation of Santa-Rosa iMacs and laptops!





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. The monomer units of DNA are
  • The monomer units of DNA are



  • trekkie604
    Feb 19, 11:53 PM
    I like the wall paper... Which Orbiter and where'd ya get it? :)

    It's Discovery and the image is a combination of 2 photos from NASA's HSF Gallery. You can get it on my dA: http://trekkie604.deviantart.com/art/Shuttle-into-the-Blue-138883539

    How do you like the Dash? Saw one on woot the other day.

    Not bad, I have it displaying Twitter feeds, NHL scores and weather mostly. If I hadn't have got it for a discount, I'd say the MSRP isn't worth it for the features it has.





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. Dna+molecule+double+helix
  • Dna+molecule+double+helix



  • UsedToUseAnA2E
    Apr 21, 09:19 PM
    The WSJ has an interesting article claiming that both iPhones and Android phone home location data.
    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703983704576277101723453610.html?mod=WSJ_hp_LEFTWhatsNewsCollection





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. double-helix DNA model
  • double-helix DNA model



  • roadbloc
    Apr 1, 10:13 AM
    Guess why they are the only two removable apps?

    http://cl.ly/5gbA/img.png

    Were them two apps downloaded via the Mac App Store by any chance?





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. The DNA molecule is shaped
  • The DNA molecule is shaped



  • /user/me
    Mar 22, 12:49 PM
    Agreed!

    you've got to be kidding....





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. DNA double helix
  • DNA double helix



  • Deechh
    Nov 26, 05:28 PM
    ....or you can, I don't know, check the image's url to determine where he bought those shirts.........


    Lurchdubious, are you building a glasses case?:p

    /ok, I'll stop now


    Yeah haha, I thought about that after I did it. Everyone has a moment now and then!





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. Dna Structure Labeled
  • Dna Structure Labeled



  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 26, 12:49 PM
    I'm ambivalent on this issue. I think its just one of those things the experts at trademark law will have to iron out in or out of court. It certainly isn't as big an issue as Samsung's dishonorable blatant copy of the overall ipad design and experience.

    As for Amazons names, I find the Kindle to be a strange name for an Amazon product. Burn the rain forest? That said, I opted for the kindle wifi for my tablet. I have an iphone and the kindle gives me the better reading experience for less cost. The iphone/kindle wifi combination is perfect for me. The ipad would have just been a duplication of the iphone on a larger scale for just about everything. Not that I'm knocking the ipad. I like it a lot.

    The kindle app on the iphone is nice for night reading too. Another benefit of the iphone/kindle combination for me: night and day reading between the two devices.





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. Dna+molecule+double+helix
  • Dna+molecule+double+helix



  • RaceTripper
    Jan 10, 07:50 PM
    So very sad but true. F1 fan here, and rally if I can ever find time to watch it. I might not be a F1 fan for much longer though if they keep making "the ultimate racing machine" slower and slower by limiting the technology :mad: I understand the safety reasons, but its getting to be worse than the bicycle world:eek:
    I was a big F1 fan, but once the USGP got cancelled my wife and I became huge ALMS fans. Evey year we go to the 12 Hours of Sebring, Road America, and Petit Le Mans. The racing is much better than in F1, and the series is far more fan friendly. I've even started working in the hot pits doing IMSA pit notes during races, in addition to the race photography I have been doing for fun.

    One point to consider about F1 rules changes. Slowing the cars down could improve the on track action. Right now they are so fast they get too spread out and it becomes a parade of cars with the action being how the gaps change. When you slow the cars down they start to bunch together again and force some wheel to wheel battles. The turbo 4-bangers coming in a few years could prove to add some excitement back to F1, even if it does cost us the terrific sound of high revving V8 engines. The rule changes aren't so much about safety as they are about trying to get a race to ensue.





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. DNA molecule
  • DNA molecule



  • wordoflife
    Nov 23, 05:43 PM
    Blackberry Tour is both GSM and CDMA, like the Bold on Sprint. You can pop in any simcard overseas and it will work.

    Ahh okay ... I just saw the Sprint logo





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. The double helix. a.
  • The double helix. a.



  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 1, 02:45 PM
    But the damn things are noisy, and the exhaust smells really bad.

    That may be true of the huge American diesel truck engines, but go examine a new VW, BMW or Mercedes diesel and you'll see that this is just not the case anymore. They sound a little different, smell a little different, but not worse than gasoline - it's just that we are so used to gas engines that everything else is assumed to be worse somehow.





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. DNA is a double helix.
  • DNA is a double helix.



  • archer75
    Apr 19, 11:45 AM
    It was rumored just prior to the macbook pro refresh that they might come with a small 16gb SSD drive just for the OS. Wouldn't surprise me to see that make it's way into an imac. Large SSD's are just too expensive and often times not big enough. And you only get a finite number of writes on them before they're garbage.





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  • Dna+double+helix



  • BC2009
    Oct 24, 01:24 AM
    Ditto for me. I can't believe I waffled between 3GS, HTC Incredible, and iPhone 4. With 3GS 30% of my calls were dropped, with iPhone 4, 0%. Had it since July 5.

    And remarkably Consumer Reports recommended the 3GS. Which drops more calls just like other smart phones drop calls. What CR did was take advantage of the media hysteria and jumped on the bandwagon with a review that would put them in the spotlight. I would respect them much more if they did not recommend previous model iPhones that got worse reception.

    But their biased unprofessional review with the reviewer's little demonstration with the masking tape showed their bias and intent. They were simply out to take advantage of an opportunity to take wall street's favorite child down in order to get the spotlight.

    Where was the "non-recommendation" on the first review that rated the iPhone-4 as the best phone ever? That was when it was popular in the media to praise apple - before antenna-gate. CR came off on this one like a politician wavering with public opinion. I always expected CR to uncover issues with products, not simply ride the media public opinion wave or worse to publish fiction to sell their subscriptions.





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. Figure 1: A DNA Molecule
  • Figure 1: A DNA Molecule



  • *LTD*
    Apr 12, 10:19 PM
    No, I'm worried that FCP could be dumbed down too much to properly do the job at hand.


    Lethal

    You mean made easier to use?





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. a double helix; DNA detail
  • a double helix; DNA detail



  • zerolight
    Jul 18, 05:28 AM
    Thing is Steve Jobs is going to pull the usual trick (stupid contracts) and only release this to the American public. Rubbish if you ask me, we live in a world of more than one country. Which is why this sounds like another stupid pipe dream that the rest of the world will never get to enjoy *points at TV shows*.

    Iggy :rolleyes:

    Surely the TV Shows issue is because the US shows are sold on to European TV Stations, usually after the show has aired in the states. These TV Stations aren't going to be too pleased if they've shelled out a bucketload of money for the UK premier of 24 for example, only to have it show up on iTunes before they've even aired it.

    The only way it can work is if iTunes waits until after all the channels have aired it first. In the UK you'd find 24 showing up on something like E4, then Channel 4, then some of the scrubbers like Channel 5 or Bravo would likely have a deal, then it could show up on iTunes. By then the show is so old that there's no point. Hence, I imagine, why we don't get iTunes TV Shows here.





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  • skiltrip
    Sep 23, 09:42 PM
    Yes, it is definitely dark purple-- not those neon purple.:cool:

    glad to hear it. hopefully it'll be ready for pickup by monday. though the 99 cent hong kong cases are really starting to grow on me. i have like 7 of them. lol.





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. of the DNA double helix.
  • of the DNA double helix.



  • Blasphemic
    Jan 7, 05:26 AM
    Yes, it's a Vauxhall Corsa. Brilliant car to start in, never broken down either. Except I did brake the hand-break once :D Pulled it to hard I think, had to park the car in gear over night.

    yea starts everytime =)
    The electronics on the other hand is acting abit up so when i brake or use the indicators the fog lights come on in the dashboard, but its those little things that make it so special :P





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  • double helix DNA molecule,



  • kntgsp
    Sep 14, 11:03 AM
    Want to know an issue that actually DOES bother me about iOS devices? No? Well I'm bored so tough.

    I still want to know why I can't plug an iPhone into any computer and use it as a mass storage device for quick transfer of large files?

    Android can do this, Symbian can do this, it is not difficult. The thing comes with 32GB of space and I can't dedicate even 1GB of that to a mass storage mount? Really? It's one of the biggest business uses I have for the device. I shouldn't have to carry around a USB stick anymore. Hell with Symbian3 you can even plug a USB stick/drive DIRECTLY INTO the Symbian3 phone itself to move files.

    Screw you Steve. Seriously, screw you. That is one of the biggest reasons I will continue to jailbreak. That and a complete lack of quick access to my Wifi/Bluetooth/GPS/3G radio controls.





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  • of Shiny DNA Double Helix



  • Eraserhead
    Mar 19, 05:07 AM
    Its always a tough call, if you don't go in you risk something like:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rwandan_Genocide

    Where over half a million people are killed.





    Dna Molecule Double Helix. DNA Double Helix
  • DNA Double Helix



  • quagmire
    Jan 6, 04:43 PM
    That's all that matters, no? I'm not gonna be going around Fred Flintstone-ing my bimmer...

    There is the electronics that control the engine, etc. You will probably have to do some engine work along the way as well. My dads old E46 had to replace the water pump at 45,000 miles because it blew up( warranty), replace a pulley as it began to squeal at 65,000 miles( wasn't cheap, but forgot the exact amount it cost), and started to run roughly at 70,000 miles when idling. Dealer said it was due to my dad putting 87 in the tank when BMW recommends 91/93. Though when my brother got the car and replaced the spark plugs, the engine smoothed out again. Right now at 150,000 miles I believe my brother stated he thinks the crankcase is starting to go.

    BMW( or any German vehicle) is going to be expensive to maintain. There is no getting around it.





    Lord Blackadder
    Mar 4, 06:18 PM
    the Daewoo -> Chevrolet re-branding in europe has been more or less the best business move GM has made perhaps in the last decade
    with every "had been Daewoo" model getting replaced over the years sales picked up ... even more so in eastern europe
    sure their styling isn't bold o nthe interieur and on the front of the cars very US taste like but i suspect the korean Chevrolet brand is the safest in their whole portfolio

    GM is doing reasonably well in Asia, and they have placed much of their small-car design duties into the capable hands of the Koreans - a wise move in my opinion. Many Americans speak proudly about "buying American" when they own a Chevy, but most cars these days are international efforts. The diesel Cruze is a Korean design with a little Opel input and an Italian engine, assembled in the US (in the case of US-market Cruzes).





    rorschach
    Apr 2, 04:29 AM
    Thus far, stability-wise, it is not too bad for a beta. A lot of the UI rendering errors from beta 1 have been ironed out. My bet would be that this will be a $29 upgrade, as it doesn't add much but rather refines what 10.6 started.

    Don't get your hopes up for that $29 upgrade. Lion has many more "major" features than SL did.

    -Launchpad
    -Full Screen apps
    -Mission Control
    -Auto Save
    -Versions
    -Resume
    -AirDrop
    -Full Disk Encryption

    Plus there may be unannounced features that could be unveiled at WWDC or a media event before that. Stacks, Cover Flow, and Back To My Mac were announced well after Apple started seeding Leopard to devs.

    Snow Leopard's "What's New" pages talks about text selection in PDFs and ejecting disks. :rolleyes:

    I say it'll cost $99.





    HecubusPro
    Aug 24, 05:55 PM
    I hope this coincides with MBP product refreshes with merom. The excitement is palpable.





    KnightWRX
    Jun 22, 07:50 PM
    Touch interfaces don't NECESSARILY mean touchscreen interfaces.

    The Magic Trackpad � http://www.macrumors.com/2010/06/07/apples-magic-trackpad-or-magic-slate-revealed/ � would allow for multi-touch on desktops, enabling many iOS applications to be used on a desktop computer (and obviously laptops could do the same thing with their trackpads).

    There are lots of ways this could be useful. For example: touch input in a desktop environment could be useful for manipulating or selecting MULTIPLE buttons/sliders/whatever independently, and at the same time � which you can't do with a mouse.

    iOS apps are designed for touchscreen operations. A trackpad would fail miserably as an input device for these. Think about it, how do you know where on screen you are touching if you're not directly touching the screen. Trackpads work because of the cursor indication the position on screen. Touchscreens don't require cursors because you are "directly" manipulating graphical objects.

    It just doesn't translate well to one another.





    clayyoung747
    Jan 5, 02:12 PM
    http://www.thestreet.com/_mktwrm/markets/activetraderupdate/10330882.html
    look at number one. if this is true, could this mean that macworld is possibly steve's last keynote for a good while? IF it is, then we could possibly see more than we thought this time. But who knows, at the moment its just a rumor



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