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Thursday, May 26, 2011

father and son holding hands

father and son holding hands. Father carrying son on
  • Father carrying son on

  • cmChimera
    Mar 28, 10:33 AM
    WWDC and E3 in the same week. OMG.

    father and son holding hands. Parent dad and holding-hands
  • Parent dad and holding-hands

  • notjustjay
    Nov 14, 08:42 AM
    Well, the only airline I remember which had seat-back displays for all passengers was WestJet. I just flew United and the smaller planes didn't even have an in-house audio system, let alone video.

    But this is a great idea.

    (Side note: Having listened to it for the first time on this flight, I really appreciate airlines that put the air traffic control traffic on one of the audio channels. It was neat -- and somewhat comforting -- to know exactly what my pilot was doing up there.)

    father and son holding hands. Of A Father Holding Hands
  • Of A Father Holding Hands

  • Am3822
    Sep 25, 10:24 AM
    Another event, yet another disappointment.

    edit: regarding things from the narrow perspective of the MBP update, obviously.

    father and son holding hands. image: son holding hand of
  • image: son holding hand of

  • severe
    Jun 18, 05:45 PM
    It doesn't at the moment. The biggest capacities are 64GB. The standard allows for cards up to 2TB, when they eventually arrive (maybe in 5-10 years).

    I'm thinking your ETA is off.

    Way off.

    father and son holding hands. Father mother and child
  • Father mother and child

  • Sydde
    Apr 25, 07:27 PM
    That was fast. :p

    As for Trump, I have to agree with mrkramer that he's the male version of Palin.

    And, know he's got a penchant for naming everything after himself, right? How does The United States of Trump grab you?

    Trumperor of this great Trumpire

    father and son holding hands. Raymond Messisa holding his
  • Raymond Messisa holding his

  • dsnort
    Mar 12, 01:56 PM

    I know of a company that makes....let's say trailers. They are built in Brazil. They ship them to the US in crates. When they get here, they are uncrated, the wheels and tongue are bolted on, and they slap an "Assembled in the USA" sticker on 'em and sling 'em out the door.

    father and son holding hands. and son holding hands,
  • and son holding hands,

  • coday182
    Sep 25, 10:30 PM
    why did they wait till now to worry about this?

    father and son holding hands. and son holding hands,
  • and son holding hands,

  • leetard
    Nov 14, 04:13 PM
    I can't wait for the other ones to be redone:

    "Whassa happonin' Hotstuff? PC Home Movie!"

    father and son holding hands. Holding Hands Walking Away.
  • Holding Hands Walking Away.

  • cantthinkofone
    Sep 27, 09:00 AM
    I hope so, 10.4.7 is still the prime suspect for breaking my Firewire audio interface.

    im not to fond of 10.4.7 either. i think 10.3.7 was when my G5 crashed and i had to re-install OS X :eek: when 10.5.7 rolls around, i think ill skip it.

    father and son holding hands. and son holding hands,
  • and son holding hands,

  • daze
    Apr 15, 09:28 PM
    I'd like to help. I think my PS3 can do Folding.

    father and son holding hands. Father amp; Son
  • Father amp; Son

  • Spaceboy88
    Apr 5, 08:43 AM
    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) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Capacitive home button sounds believable as apple has gone away with buttons on the MacBooks trackpad. Apple likes touch, not clicking. Lol

    I don't buy it. What a nightmare that would be if just touching that area of the iPod took you back to the home screen. (Even the MacBook trackpads require a physical 'click' in order to register.) This would be a usability disaster.

    father and son holding hands. and son holding hands and
  • and son holding hands and

  • johndope83
    Apr 13, 03:08 AM
    i hope they fixed the problem concerning the recovered file trash that always pop up in the trash bin after switching your mac back on again.:D

    father and son holding hands. You see dads holding hands
  • You see dads holding hands

  • hsotnicam8002
    Apr 13, 03:15 AM
    I can't get this to work either even when the correct sync services box is checked. :confused:Doesn't work for me either. Turning to Time Machine now after messing up all of my calendars in the wasted time with this. :mad::mad::mad::mad:

    father and son holding hands. Father cupping son#39;s (2-4)
  • Father cupping son#39;s (2-4)

  • WiiDSmoker
    Oct 6, 10:11 AM
    I don't think this is going to happen, but a bigger screen would be a very warm welcome.

    father and son holding hands. An old father, son and a
  • An old father, son and a

  • AppleMc
    Mar 11, 09:45 PM
    I went in for a 16GB black AT&T and 5 hours later I left with the last 16GB white Verizon. I can live with the white so far, it's pretty cute, but if I hate Verizon I'll return it and wait for AT&T.

    father and son holding hands. 2 Indian men holding hands as
  • 2 Indian men holding hands as

  • spazzcat
    Aug 19, 12:14 PM
    I do not have the p on my phone, but I have email on my phone. And when someone messages me on fb it sends a notice to my email.

    father and son holding hands. Father cupping son#39;s (2-4)
  • Father cupping son#39;s (2-4)

  • Michaelgtrusa
    Apr 5, 12:56 PM
    He the man!

    father and son holding hands. Father and son
  • Father and son

  • notjustjay
    Jan 6, 11:17 PM
    So, any first-hand feedback yet? Any reviews?

    Edit: Ah, here's one:

    father and son holding hands. And Son Holding Hands As
  • And Son Holding Hands As

  • gr8tfly
    Apr 30, 03:58 AM
    Or, drag to the Mail icon in your dock...

    Another option: With the item selected, go to menu Finder > Services > New email with attachment.

    IIRC, there is also a way to add contextual menu items through Automator. It's been a while since I've played with Automator, so I'll have to check into it and post back if I find anything useful.

    Nov 21, 04:57 PM
    Hook up that chip, and then just keep overclocking the thing... you don't have to worry about it overheating and melting, it'll just give you more battery life.
    Maybe this is a joke? The processor will still heat up in the beginning to a given temperature, and if it crosses the safe upper limit, it will be damaged. This technology will take the generated heat and convert it to electricity--it won't make the processor generate less heat.

    Wouldn't using the "extra" electricity to power fans to decrease heat lead to less "extra" electricity???? :rolleyes: I hope they really think this through - and I'm sure they will. Of course powering fans isn't the only use for electricity.
    Of course it will. But if you're producing 110% power at 102% consumption, that's still an 8% gain. The trick is to ensure that the benefit outweighs the cost (both in price and in additional power drain to power the system) by a large margin. This is the sort of thing that improves with time.

    This could be very cool if it works. Just slap one of these between your processor and heat sink and get 30% more battery life. Or on desktops force cool your system without liquid.
    You won't get 30% of your electricity back. You'll get up to 30% of the power lost through heat which is accessible to the chip (that is, the portion not lost from convection cooling of the case) and above ambient temperatures. If you're in a warm room, for instance, you'll have much lower performance, since it requires the differential to work. Of course, maybe the information available isn't wholly accurate, but that's my understanding based on the description.

    Apr 21, 04:02 PM
    The only redesign they had to do for the battery is fit it in an enclosure 33% thinner. The charge capacity is the exact same. Just because the processor is more powerful does not mean it uses more power as well. The more powerful a processor, the more the processor can sit idle, saving battery life.

    That's a given. They've changed the internals every single generation of iPhone.

    AT&T roll out begins this year. Full coverage is not a requisite for roll out. Do you honestly think AT&T had full 3G coverage when the iPhone 3G came out? The area where I'm from, Southern Illinois, only got 3G in the past year. Verizon is rolling out LTE there before the end of the year.

    We are apple's home market and their largest one. If you look at iPhone sales, we represent 40% of them, a significant chunk. iPhones represent 50% of their revenue, so domestic iPhone sales represent 20% of Apple's revenue. That's a huge chunk for one product. If they think LTE coverage is good enough and the power draw of an LTE radio is worth it, they'll deploy it.

    LTE will actually bring about greater compliance, as AT&T's and Verizon LTE networks will use the exact same protocol.

    Europe will be using the 800 MHz range for their LTE/4G deployment, so there's not even necessarily a guarantee there will be a one size fits all LTE radio (much like T-mobile and AT&T handsets require different 3G radios despite both being GSM carriers). If that's the case, the deployment of LTE there will be irrelevant as it will necessitate a new radio regardless.

    I see. However, looks like LTE/4G will not a feature for next iteration, and I don't see the urge of adopting it. And if Apple will not adopt it I will do not think that the iPhone4 or the new one to be considered obsolete, or a not innovative because of it.

    Mar 21, 09:03 AM
    I usually get the battery life as advertised by Apple. Though I turn the screen down to two or three bars (usually three since it often flickers at two). The Macbook is also mostly used for light computing such as web browsing with Flash disabled via the Flashblock add-on for Firefox, viewing documents in MS Word or Adobe Reader and rarely watching a DVD ripped to the hard drive (only when flying).

    I could see people easily getting less battery life by leaving the brightness up, playing games or leaving Flash enabled when web browsing.

    Apr 26, 10:14 AM
    "how" doesnt really bother me, only "when"

    Apr 26, 06:52 AM
    You'd rather USB 3 than Thunderbolt? Why would you want a slower IO rather than a freaking awesome super duper fast IO? Not sure why everyone wants USB 3 rather than Thunderbolt- hype? And don't give me it's gonna be the next FW BS.

    Probably because you can actually buy devices with USB 3.0, and at a reasonable price.

    I think Thunderbolt is a great idea, and it would be super on the MacBook Air (personally I'd love to see a Thunderbolt Gigabit Ethernet adapter), which is why I named it in the above list, but USB 3.0 is much more widespread and so the peripherals are cheaper.

    Compare it to FireWire 800 devices: It would have been great to have an external drive with that connection but I never bought one because in the end it was too much of a price difference. It's a lot easier to put up with USB 2 speeds if it costs 40% less than FW800.

    I hope Apple and intel will push Thunderbolt agressively and won't let it become a niche port like the way FW800 ended up. So yes, I do think there is a high risk of it becoming the next firewire.

    Personally I'd prefer both but I don't see it happening in the next MBA, not until intel integrates it in their chipset.

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