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Friday, June 3, 2011

life and geologic time

life and geologic time. late in geologic time,
  • late in geologic time,

  • ashman70
    May 6, 11:15 PM
    Says it's coming from China, probably a knock off.

    life and geologic time. Geologic Time
  • Geologic Time

  • iSamurai
    Apr 25, 12:07 AM
    They should offer conversion kits especially when the polls show so many black iPhone owners are already sticking with their current iPhone.

    life and geologic time. life through geologic time
  • life through geologic time

  • Dalriada
    Oct 1, 07:42 AM
    Really great news... can't wait to run iNotes from home for office access rather than using that old webmail interface.... :D

    life and geologic time. the geological time scale
  • the geological time scale

  • nunoabsilva
    Dec 6, 07:27 AM

    mmmmm oliviaaaaa in full 1080p

    what is the first software icon in the bar (download's/bandwith !!!!!)


    life and geologic time. period of geologic time,
  • period of geologic time,

  • rdowns
    Dec 31, 10:44 AM

    Fixed that for you. ;)

    life and geologic time. Over Geologic Time
  • Over Geologic Time

  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Oct 16, 04:20 PM
    While I think the webmail update will come soon, I think that Apple will update .mac next to iLife in MWSF, as the two products have become extremely connected in recent years...


    life and geologic time. through geologic time,
  • through geologic time,

  • Unspeaked
    Nov 30, 10:01 AM
    Tower Records doesn't exist anymore.

    My point exactly - something like Napster probably had more than a little to do with this fact...

    life and geologic time. Geologic time spiral
  • Geologic time spiral

  • prady16
    Oct 31, 10:19 AM
    Nano sales are definitely going to take a hit, and maybe that is why Apple has been delaying the launch of the Shuffle! :rolleyes:


    life and geologic time. The half-life is
  • The half-life is

  • CaoCao
    Apr 26, 11:19 PM
    No straight man in their right mind would find lesbian sex detestable...

    What makes lesbian porn so likable?

    life and geologic time. Early Life Chart
  • Early Life Chart

  • Wes
    Sep 25, 12:50 PM
    Y'all get family guy in London? (sorry, I'm not up on where it's available on TV)

    Hector, you little ho. :)

    Not on any channels I get but this thread is getting as predictable as that time I played marco polo with Helen Keller.

    marco... marco... marco... marco... marco... marco...

    Internet ;)


    life and geologic time. The geologic time scale
  • The geologic time scale

  • DeathChill
    Apr 22, 11:41 PM
    Here we go:

    The iPhone can run iPad apps as a universal app contains a single application binary with appropriate resolution and UI information dependent on the device. Therefore the iPad and iPhone can run the EXACT same application binaries, so that argument is out the window.

    life and geologic time. Geologic time scale for the
  • Geologic time scale for the

  • makefunnyfaces
    Apr 5, 05:20 PM
    I currently drive a 2006 Grand Prix.

    Next car I hope to buy (hopefully before the end of the year):
    2011 Camaro SS/2SS/RS IOM with Orange interior, black stripe, GM black rims.

    Good choice. You won't regret it!


    life and geologic time. over Geologic Time
  • over Geologic Time

  • Lacero
    Feb 14, 02:56 AM
    Everybody! Feel free to spam in this thread!!! It won't get wastelanded. :)

    However, since I like these great new moderators so much, I would never, ever cause them any trouble. :D

    life and geologic time. epoch in geologic time.
  • epoch in geologic time.

  • paris3guy
    Nov 20, 02:16 PM
    i've sort of dismissed the iphone rumors in past, but the ichat connection makes it sound like something that could well be and soon. but the wifi phone sounds like an effort to build up ichat. why not?


    life and geologic time. Life Through Geologic Time
  • Life Through Geologic Time

  • McGiord
    Apr 8, 05:52 AM
    Trackball, jog-wheel, joystick, six face buttons and a button on each side for the pinball simulators. Hopefully all this and more for the iCade revisions and imitations to come.

    After that, the only thing needed will be a custom made table to ergonomically place the iCade at the right height.

    life and geologic time. Geologic Time Scale.ppt
  • Geologic Time Scale.ppt

  • princealfie
    Nov 30, 08:45 AM
    sure it does...

    Sorry but Tower Records is gone, bankrupt, and off the map in their physical stores. The website is there for comestic reasons.


    life and geologic time. represent geological time.
  • represent geological time.

  • Optimus Frag
    Apr 7, 01:15 PM
    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)

    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)

    Want the wire frame Star Wars game......

    Best sit in arcade game ever !!!!

    Which is why a working one in good condition goes for over �6000. The best arcade game ever.

    life and geologic time. geologic time period from
  • geologic time period from

  • diogowerner
    Oct 5, 05:26 PM
    i'm a webdesigner and totally agree with psychometry.

    the new textarea feature is the worst way to resolve one of safari worst layout problems. current textarea doesn't show the scrollbars everytime it's necessary and sometimes resizes horizontaly while you're typing, damaging some page layouts.

    if the new feature allows users to resize both verticaly and horizontaly it's probably a bad sollution apple found to the scroll problem.

    if you don't design pages you may not understand, but sometimes its necessary to fix a size to a textarea and other components (height and width), otherwise it will push other elements and images would look like a puzzle. fixing size is one of the solutions to make pages working in different browsers, once each one show form elements diffrently.

    even if the resize feature doesn't push other elements, override them would be terrible as well. if you have links and other text fields for example, how would it behave if you use tab key to swich field in a form?

    life and geologic time. geologic time period from
  • geologic time period from

  • weldon
    Oct 6, 12:28 PM
    Perhaps I missed part of the new Google search feature in the new version of Safari, but isn't there an already-existing (and awesomely functioning :) ) Google searchbar in there? I'm still using Panther with Safari v1.3.2!
    The new search feature is not a new Google search feature. I'm pretty sure what they mean is that you can search the text in the current page by typing and have a little find search box come up at the bottom of the window like it does in Firefox (rather than having a floating dialog box for find). One blogger mentioned it would work like spotlight and shade everything else so that the found search terms were highlighted.

    Apr 28, 06:49 AM
    I might add that a CDMA phone, that can't offer simultaneous data transfer and voice is annoying (has it happens I have often offered directions to friends that haven't yet jumped in the smartphone world), but more importantly if you travel to europe it's mostly GSM territory, your phone becoming useless.

    I really hope that the next iteration of the iPhone be global device.

    Designer Dale
    Mar 16, 03:31 PM
    I'm beginning to believe the term "sentient mammals" is more appropriately applied to dolphins than humans. At least the (R) kind.

    Dolphins aid dog rescue (

    MARCO ISLAND, Fla., Feb. 25 (UPI) -- A Florida woman said her missing dog was found after a group of dolphins drew a neighbor's attention to the canine treading water.

    Cindy Burnett of Marco Island said Turbo, an 11-year-old Doberman, escaped from her yard Sunday night and she and her sons were unable to locate him, WBBH-TV, Fort Myers, reported Thursday.

    Burnett said a fatigued Turbo was finally spotted swimming in canal water when a group of dolphins splashing loudly drew a neighbor's attention to the distressed canine.


    Lord Bodak
    Apr 7, 12:54 PM
    Got to convince some coworkers to buy this so I can try out multiplayer Warlords.

    Nov 29, 11:41 PM
    You don't speak for the rest of us, and the studios aren't interested in what you have to say because they're not making any money off you.

    The entertainment industry "earns" it's money. Seeing a movie is one of the cheapest "nights out" you can find. If it wasn't entertaining, people wouldn't go. You get bad movies every now and then, but the good ones more than make up for it.

    As far as putting limitations on digital content, that's their right. It is _their_ content. If they make the wrong decision, they'll come around when someone smarter makes the right one.

    We're in the process right now of figuring out DRM. The problem is, copying any digital media doesn't remove detract from the original. There is no incentive to be fair. DRM puts incentive, mainly convenience, in being fair.
    When it matures, it will be convenient to consumers and inconvenient to pirates.

    The cries of the entertainment industry fall on pretty deaf ears in my house.

    Yes, I understand that Universal, Disney, et al, are businesses and survive by making money, but let's not loose sight of one very important fact:

    It's entertainment. It is not necessary to the functioning of our country, culture, or lives.

    Food is. But look how little farmers get paid.

    Medical care is. But look how so much of the money we (or insurance companies on our behalf) pay actually goes to a facilities' or a doctor's malpractice insurance, not to them.

    Education is. But look how poorly-prioritized education is in this country.

    Work experience is, as a function of how it impacts one's ability to function competently and thereby either retain a job or to acquire a better one. But it's treated just as poorly as education.

    Entertainment is NOT. As a consequence, I don't plan for, nor do I budget for, any kind of entertainment concern.

    IF, and ONLY IF, there's a movie out that I really want to see, will I go to the theater to see it. And on average I probably go to a theater once a year.

    The very notion of licensing when it comes to anything other than a business deal or proposition is disgusting to me. I am not against the principle of intellectual property, but I abhor how the concept is realized in our society.

    I own probably something like 10 movies' worth of DVDs, and maybe 5 TV series' worth of DVDs. I think the last DVD I bought was The Incredibles, and that was to show my support for something I found to be superbly entertaining, and have watched multiple times.

    Most of the movies that I've acquired by "other means" I've pitched after watching them because, upwards of 80% of those instances of acquisition were instances of the acquisition of crap. So regardless of whatever legal status those materials may have been presumed to possess by others, I no longer have them because, for free or for a fee, I don't want 'em.

    The number of times I feel like Bartleby The Scrivener (that is, the character Bartleby) on a regular basis is increasing, and that's due to the fact that I perceive society to be further and further askew from what I personally accept or agree with.

    And speaking of HDCP and other DRM, DMCA, etc...

    I refuse to accept any of that. I also refuse to accept that I'm either going to have to buy some sort of an adaptor, or buy a new TV, just for the "pleasure" of (what is for me) the infrequent habit of actually watching TV. Yes, I fully realize that means that, at some point, I'll turn on the TV and all I'll get is snow because there are no longer any broadcast standards that my living room TV is compatible with. And you know what I'll do when that day comes? I'll go ahead and cancel my minimum-basic-TV (approx. $13/month) service, leaving only cable modem service. I'm absolutely serious about this.

    Perhaps if more people were like me, we could affect some kind of change in the broadcast industry and in Hollywierd, but any kind of "coming together for common good over common consensus" is incredibly arduous at best, and impossible at worst.

    Besides, when it comes to myself and a significant other, I can absolutely find a whole lot of other things to do than simply sit down and watch the boob tube.

    Jun 23, 02:10 PM
    I'll be there from 7am, I hope there are other people going!

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