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Friday, May 27, 2011

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prayer tattoo. Guardian Angel Prayer Tattoo
  • Guardian Angel Prayer Tattoo



  • fourthtunz
    Feb 19, 05:30 PM
    1) A Faraday cage doesn't need to be grounded to work.
    2) A "Faraday case" is a dumb idea. How would you receive calls?
    3) The paranoid posts in the thread are stupid to the point of hilarity. Go live in an igloo somewhere, OK?

    Sure, but there is a difference between paranoid and informed.
    Go ahead, believe the media, enjoy American Idol and get Rfid for your phone.





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  • I got this tattoo after we



  • optophobia
    Nov 17, 04:46 PM
    Does he at least put them on for you or do you just get a kit and have to do it yourself?

    DIY.

    Instructions (fixits) are linked on his site.





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  • off his prayer tattoo in



  • Sensamic
    Apr 7, 04:55 PM
    This dock means that the future iPhones will sync throught thunderbolt with macs and with usb 3.0 for pcs!!! I guess thins means macs wont come with usb 3.0, so maybe an adapter would come out sometime...

    I repeat: sync to macs with thunderbolt and sync to pcs with usb 3.0!!





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  • Sanskrit prayer going down the



  • Gem�tlichkeit
    Mar 28, 09:08 AM
    Please, please, please, please let them add Sandy Bridge to the MBA.





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  • prayer hand tattoo designs



  • mabaker
    Apr 14, 02:39 PM
    He is a spy!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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  • Prayer tattoo quotes.



  • Jaro65
    Mar 28, 09:06 AM
    Plenty of goodies heading our way, I hope....





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  • Praying Hands tattoo-Pray to



  • mrgreen4242
    Dec 9, 05:40 PM
    Well, I'd like to get my hands on a DS, but cash is a bit tight. I'm hoping someone would be interested a trade for (or buy outright) a nice, older, PC.

    - P3-1ghz,
    - 256mb RAM,
    - 10gb HDD (I can most likely dig up another 10-20gb HDD to add),
    - CD-ROM (I have a CD-RW drive of unknown speed/quality I can include as well),
    - NVidia TNT2 GPU,
    - network card, modem, keyboard, mouse.
    - I have a 19" CRT that I haven't used in awhile for someone local (in the Lansing, MI area).
    - Has Win98, Office 97, and some other software if you want it (Visual -Basic, some older PC games), with licenses of course.
    - Could also install pretty much any Linux variant for ya, if you wanted. I have Ubuntu on there right now.
    - I would be happy to include a joystick (uses the old fashioned "game port") and/or a USB gamepad.

    Figured it was worth a shot. :) Anyone who would be interested in CDs, VHS tapes, comic books (decent collection, including the full Superman Doomsday series), or some Star Wars "memorabilia" (toys still in packaging from the mid-90's re-release of the first 3 movies) in trade should PM for a list of those things as well!





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  • Wings amp; Prayer Tattoo



  • TEG
    Apr 5, 05:32 PM
    I believe he's referring to headsets that don't have the audio in and out jack combined into one (http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2036282). The line-in port on Macs does not have any power to support a microphone. This is why the Griffin iMic exists.

    Since the Mic port turned into Line-In, there hasn't been any power on the port, requiring a powered input or amp. However, on the Headset jacks that support the iPhone mic on them, do have a built-in mic, even on the MacBook, but only when using the 3rd sleeve that the iPhone mic cable has.

    TEG





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  • serenity prayer tattoo



  • scottlinux
    Sep 26, 12:05 AM
    http://digg.com/tech_news/Leo_Laporte_proposes_using_the_term_netcast_instead_of_podcast

    Netcast.





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  • Prayer, Side Tattoo,



  • Xeperu
    Feb 22, 11:55 AM
    So basically you pay like this for your phone now:

    1. Minutes
    2. Data on broadband
    3. Power for microcell

    ATT should pay you for this.





    prayer tattoo. Prayer Tattoo Removed for
  • Prayer Tattoo Removed for



  • GimmeSlack12
    May 2, 06:56 PM
    Well I feel stupid. The add-on "Tabs to the front" worked

    Ha, it happens to all of us. Don't worry, a day will come where you'll answer this question for someone else and they'll be happy you knew where to look.





    prayer tattoo. Kris Magnotti, Tattoo Artist
  • Kris Magnotti, Tattoo Artist



  • alphaod
    Apr 26, 03:25 PM
    I hope they use the USB flash drive option (like they do with the MacBook Air); then enable some way where we can update the OS install on the flash drive with newer 10.7.x releases, so down the road when we reinstall our machines we don't need to go through the process of having to redownload every update since our install version.

    Plus the USB drive option would work well with folks have don't have an optical drive in their machines.

    And I wouldn't mind paying a bit more for the USB drive option.





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  • Serenity Prayer Tattoo.



  • philbeeney
    Mar 13, 09:58 AM
    I'm with Rogers in Canada and my iPhone 3G Date & Time had "Set Automatically" to ON. I had to change "Set Automatically" to OFF before the time corrected itself. My Time Zone is set to Toronto.

    My Mac changed correctly (Leopard 10.5.8) and the Set Date & Time automatically checkbox was ticked.

    I'd say Apple have a problem with iOS 4.2.1 as well. Governments around the world should stop dicking around with Daylight Savings. That would solve the problem.





    prayer tattoo. Serenity Prayer Tattoo.
  • Serenity Prayer Tattoo.



  • Funkymonk
    Apr 5, 10:10 PM
    woopdy doo.

    ipad is obviously the best tablet on the market, it's like reporting water is wet. I don't think iphone4 is the best phone on the market though, I've tried many of the latest and greatest including the ip4 and they're all equally great in their own ways.





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  • Prayer tattoo - Rate My



  • jolie1
    Nov 18, 02:57 AM
    I like this iphone. the color and the shape. wonderful





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  • Prayer Tattoo Removed for



  • jefhatfield
    Jun 11, 05:50 AM
    Originally posted by markjs
    I am a confirmed PC user, you might call me a PC biggot because I will defend my PC preference to the death. Primarily I like the PC because of it's gaming ability, combined with internet access, and the fact I could afford it and am able to build and upgrade it myself cheaply while still buying high quality parts. My PC is a modest:

    Athlon XP 1700+
    ECS K7S5A Mainboard
    512MB PC2100
    SB Live Value
    Onboard Lan
    ATI Radeon 8500LE 64MB
    Realtek PCI NIC
    Western Digital 40GB and 20GB 7200RPM ATA 100 hard disks
    Running Windows XP Professional Service pack 1

    What I am getting at by this post, is why are Mac people so biggoted against the PC. Another guy made a post somewhere else about how maybe one in fifteen PC users is anti Mac, but more like one in two Mac users is anti PC. What can a Mac user do that I can't? I do audio and video editing on my PC, I can't think of anything a Mac can do my computer can't (and I'll wager I'll do anything cheaper, and being poor that's a serious consideration to me), and what is the big draw to the Mac. I realize this isn't the best forum for a two sided debate, but I am thowing it out there anyway.

    Note: I really don't want to hear how Windows sucks, because the newest version is very easily useable and quite stable and I personally know at least one person who likes Windows XP as much as OSX and uses both regularly. Granted Win 98 was a steaming pile o' dog doo and so was ME, but since 2K Windows has been very viable. Another thing to consider is that Windows is written to work on hundreds....even thousands of hardware configurations, when Mac OS needs to work on maybe 10.....That itself aquits even Windows 95 rather nicely. Besides I can run Linux or other flavors of Unix on my PC should I choose. My inquiry is about the hardware....why do you love it so much it makes you hate PC's

    PS I know two people who have switched from Mac personally, so it goes both ways.

    it really comes down to preference and today, the computer user has a choice between two stable operating systems...os x and windows xp

    on the mac side, os 9 had its issues of not being able to recover from a crash of an application while windows 2000 had a weak hardware compatibility list and was not always friendly with graphics related/game related software

    there seems to be very little difference between pc hardware and apple hardware...the big issue of why people like macs are in the overall experience of how the mac os interfaces with the user

    in the dark days of windows me and of some versions of windows 95, the mac people really had a point when they said their macs were easier to use

    ps - i will admit that macs are much prettier to look at, but alien pcs and some sony gear comes close to being just as cool as a mac

    still, the pc world doesn't have something quite as sleek and cool as the lcd imac or the cube

    as for laptops, i think macs and pcs are basically the same in looks since the mobile macs are basically either silver or white and very square looking...fujitsu makes some laptops which look very much like the current ibook...but the fujitsu laptops came out before the ibook, *dual usb icebook design that apple now uses

    i do love my old style clamshell ibook and i miss the fact that apple does not seem to have a playful laptop like that in their line

    i would like to see apple make at least one laptop line and one desktop line with colored plastic again





    prayer tattoo. Prayer for her daughter,
  • Prayer for her daughter,



  • iansilv
    Apr 5, 08:41 PM
    I wish people would actually think before they post sometimes.

    YES this connector has USB3, it also has USB2, Thunderbolt and a pretty white cable too.

    What people fail to realise is that if you own a current gen/future Mac you can use the thunderbolt part of the connection, if you own an older version then it will use the USB2 part. OR if you are using a USB3 compatible PC then you can use their USB3 connection.

    Its actually a quite clever design and means that the iProducts 30pin connector can be relevant for many more years to come.

    Thank you- i was sitting here wondering why the hell anyone would think this was a negative development... and about to post something like what you did.





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  • Wings amp; Prayer Tattoo →



  • iMeowbot
    Oct 16, 10:06 PM
    The trademark was posted with a "Far Eastern" patent office...hmmmm... That is Japan I believe.
    There is no application for iPhone in the Japanese trademark database.

    There are, however, applications for iPhone dating from late September in several countries' systems: Hong Kong, Singapore, UK/EU, US. These applications have all been taken out by a mysterious US entity known as Ocean Telecom Services LLC, which gives only Corporation Trust Center of Wilmington, Delaware as its contact address. This corporation was only formed a few days before the trademark applications appeared.

    (This doesn't appear to be Ocean Telecom of the UK, who don't make hardware; the trademark applications are definitely for hardware and software.)

    More oddly, these applications list priority as an application filed in Trinidad and Tobago back in March 2006 - not bad for a company that came into being several months later. Annoyingly, the T&T IP Office servers haven't been responding today, so there isn't a quick way to check if this Ocean Telecom Services entity is an Apple shell.

    Apple have, in the past, used the T&T trademark office (along with other countries not in primary Apple markets) to "hide" applications before, so it's certainly possible that this is from them.





    prayer tattoo. The Last Star Wars
  • The Last Star Wars



  • mlblacy
    Mar 18, 07:05 AM
    The one in bold is what I see the most. I've done photography for years and see new people get into the game and worry about the wrong things. Photoshop being one of them. Photoshop shouldn't even come to someones mind.

    Learn the camera, learn composition, learn lighting, learn photographic techniques to get what you want such as second curtain sync, hyperfocal distancing, etc. Once you can get it done right in camera then you can take it to the next level in photoshop (skin smoothing, removing hair wisps, correcting lens distortion, etc.).

    Too many people want to be a pro right out of the gate, they buy photoshop, get a NAPP membership, a fancy computer (that is 99% of the time overkill), raid storage when they've only shot 500 pictures, etc but never bother to learn the fundamentals.

    I'm all for learning on Digital, I think it helps someone learn better, but focus on learning the most important and fundamental things first, then learn about the post processing. A picture can still look fantastic without running it through photoshop.

    These days much of the craftsmanship that used to take place in the darkroom coaxing a master print from a negative now takes place digitally. A technically well exposed frame can still produce a crappy print at the end of a less skilled artist. Conversely, technical perfection (second curtain sync, hyperfocal distancing gobbledygook) has very little to do with art, or even creativity. Great "art" these days is even being shot on a cellphone.

    Both camps (the technical-crats & the ones who are blissfully unaware of the minutiae) can produce "great" work.

    Many beginners suffer from the same bad pshop skills (hey, look... I can make grass grow on his head, no make that two heads) and mistakes that beginning designers can (hey look, I can make EACH letter a different color, and a different font).

    All that being said, if I was teaching beginning photographers I would remove almost everything to start (camera, lens, etc.) and go primitive and start with building pinhole cameras. Then I would progress to the end point which would be post-processing. Post-processing is huge though...
    cheers,
    michael





    Deepdale
    Sep 15, 12:04 AM
    So I am having my first surgical procedures in *looks at widget* 16 days, and the thing that scares me the most is the general anesthesia...


    In actuality, general anesthesia may be more important than the skills of the surgeon. My most vivid memory of the anesthesia given for my hernia repair years ago was when the doctor told me to count backwards from 100.

    I got down into the upper 40's and wondered if that was normal. Then I heard the doctor say, "This patient is considerably more resistant than most others ... let's increase the flow." I immediately had misgivings about agreeing to the surgery at that point.

    I must have drifted off seconds later because the next thing I remembered was awakening in the recovery room. The procedure went smoothly and I've never had any problems since. I would not fret much over it. Best wishes on everything.





    shecky
    Oct 17, 09:45 AM
    * snip *

    i actually think apple will probably come up with something that takes existing features/wants/needs of current smartphones/3G phones/etc. and defines/redefines the category somehow, much the way the iPod, while still doing things other players did when it was released, defined all HD based players after it.

    maybe it will be the Home on iPod thing, maybe it will be some kind of remote access to your .mac iCals, or maybe it will just be form factor, (or any number of things, those are just off the top of my head) but i would be willing to bet it is NOT just an iPod that makes calls, or a phone that plays music.

    not sure what, but something.





    eawmp1
    Apr 9, 09:21 PM
    It is so much easier to abort than to raise a child.


    Are you suggesting it is harder to abort than to raise a child?

    Until you've done both, and lived with the consequences, your opinion is worthless.





    sufferrar
    Mar 29, 10:39 AM
    In Trinidad (Caribbean)

    1.77 US$ for a gallon at 92 octane
    and
    2.36 US$ for a gallon at 95 octane

    0.89 US$ for a gallon of diesel





    ChrisA
    Apr 25, 12:23 AM
    I just bought a Presonus FireBox, but I'm having some problems with it..

    Does the Firebox work on another computer?

    Do other Firewire devices work on your computer?

    Until you can say "Yes" to both, there is the chance that something is broken.



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