Popular Post

Saturday, May 21, 2011

jaycee dugard now

jaycee dugard now. jaycee dugard now. imprisoning
  • jaycee dugard now. imprisoning

  • Hattig
    Mar 29, 12:56 PM
    LOL you will not get 25 GB free from Apple, you'll be lucky if they give you 5. LOL!

    Why do you say that? This is exactly the sort of thing that Apple likes to overprovide with. 50GB, maybe even 100GB, wouldn't be a surprise. They've got to use that data center for something...

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Dugard as a child.
  • Jaycee Dugard as a child.

  • mdntcallr
    Apr 25, 04:32 PM
    personally i dont like the idea of a smaller MBP without optical drive.

    to me that is more consumer.

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Dugard, now 30,
  • Jaycee Dugard, now 30,

  • howard
    Sep 19, 02:37 PM
    You can watch while downloading.

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

    really? thats sweet! I'll have to tell my friends about that.

    I havn't downloaded a movie yet, I'm still kinda in limbo about which direction to go... download, or wait for hd... or what?

    we need a poll now for how many videos you have bought.

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Lee Dugard on Oprah
  • Jaycee Lee Dugard on Oprah

  • 7on
    Sep 8, 09:12 AM
    Ok so in other words you DON'T need a Core 2 Duo to run Leopard, right?

    Leopard will at the very least run on 2004 era macs and most likely all the way back to 2001.

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Dugard as she looked
  • Jaycee Dugard as she looked

  • hondaboy945
    Sep 15, 07:05 PM
    Cram 1GB? Have you seen the 8GB iPod Nano? What are you talking about? Isn't flash memory capable of being used for running processes, or is it too slow?

    thats whatI was thinking. But we could both be wrong.

    jaycee dugard now. assault of Jaycee Dugard,
  • assault of Jaycee Dugard,

  • kharvel
    Apr 29, 12:58 PM
    There is just so much wrong with 100% of your post. I can't even begin, nor will I spend time, contradicting every sentence.

    There is so much wrong with 100% of your comment above. I can't even begin, nor will I spend time, trying to explain why you're 100% wrong about me being 100% wrong.

    In short, there is no war between Apple and Microsoft...nor has been for decades.

    You either jumped on the Apple bandwagon after Y2K or you're a MS fanboy. Which is it?

    Also, you think Apple is not a monopoly? Apple makes the hardware, the OS, the apps, and Appstore, and APPROVES what apps consumers can purchase. No...that's not a monopoly. No, sir.

    Sony makes Playstation 2, the Playstation 2 OS, the Playstation 2 network, and APPROVES what can or cannot be done on the Playstation 2 network and to some extent, APPROVES what games consumers can or cannot play on Playstation 2.

    Therefore, based on your logic, Sony is a . . . MONOPOLY!

    Let's do another one:

    RIM makes the Playbook, the Playbook OS, the Playbook apps and Playbook app store, and APPROVES what apps consumer can purchase.

    Therefore, based on your logic, RIM is a. . . .. MONOPOLY!

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Dugard kidnappers give
  • Jaycee Dugard kidnappers give

  • rtharper
    Sep 14, 09:59 AM
    Why do people seem convinced Apple won't release something like an SLR or video camera?

    Because, AFAIK, there's no market for a "Think Differently" camera. A professional photographer doesn't need a camera to match their MacBook Pro, they want one that was made by a pro camera maker.

    jaycee dugard now. Left - Jaycee Dugard is seen
  • Left - Jaycee Dugard is seen

  • Skika
    Apr 25, 03:54 PM
    The "step forward" of which you speak, of which is the basis of this article, is only in regards to the exterior design, nothing else. Sure if they improve upon the durability and the ease of servicing, that'll be a decent step forward, otherwise, we're talking about cosmetics, and again while most of the people who lurk these forums care about form over function, function is all that matters and it won't be that different next rev, redesign or not.

    Herp derp. Im pretty sure there will be a minor spec bump as well, and exterior design in a laptop is a pretty important feature or a "function and should be taken in consideration just as well (or not even more) than a new "ixy procesor" and a "8650 gt mx" graphics card, which in most cases just serve as a hard on for spec geeks.

    why am i even responding you are clearly bitter and are writing purely from that bitterness.

    jaycee dugard now. jaycee dugard now.
  • jaycee dugard now.

  • rileyes
    Mar 29, 03:38 PM
    When Windows starts to come close to SL in terms of ease of use and functionality let me know ;)

    hey, this is me letting you know.

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Dugard Photo
  • Jaycee Dugard Photo

  • ValSalva
    Apr 30, 02:41 PM
    I seen it as more of a mid model refresh.
    TECHNICALLY been the same since 2008.

    The fall 2009 refresh was a big redesign. The displays were all different sizes, 21.5 and 27" and went edge to edge. This was the first time since moving to Intel that the iMacs had desktop processors instead of the previous mobile chips. It was not a trivial redesign which is why it's unlikely there will be much different about this year's updates other than ports, processors, and storage upgrades.

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Dugard#39;s backyard cell.
  • Jaycee Dugard#39;s backyard cell.

  • tsugaru
    Mar 22, 03:08 PM
    Now I can rid myself of my 27" i7 2009 iMac.

    Things that I would see/would like to see on the new iMacs:

    - Thunderbolt (2 ports would be nice)
    - Target DisplayPort Mode with HDMI + HDMI audio in, without needing to fully power up the entire computer (and a toggle that doesn't require an Apple keyboard)
    - USB3 (I know Intel isn't natively putting USB3 on their chipsets until Ivy Bridge, but Apple could do the right thing and add this)
    - get rid of the internal speakers as an option for more cooling
    - at least a Radeon 6850 or GeForce GTX 560 Ti (preferably the nVidia card for CUDA/HW accelerated stuff) with at least 1 (2 please) GB of GDDR5 (I'm still boggled why they even offered a 256MB 6490 on the MacBook Pro)
    - easily accessible 2.5" port for an SSD (doubt it)
    - i7-2600 at the high end (Apple won't sell the K version, unless they go nuts and allow overclocking)
    - a side mounted USB port or 2 would be nice, hell, more USB ports period (6-8) would be nice
    - a second Firewire 800 (or 1600 if Apple is feeling frisky) port
    - matte screen option (this, like the 2.5" bay, has a snowballs' chance in hell)
    - Blu-Ray (see my note on the matte screen)

    Wonder if Apple will allow for the full 32GB support that the Sandy Bridge processors can fully take, and the DDR3-1600 speeds, since they are limiting both on the MacBook Pros at the moment.

    jaycee dugard now. Shane Ryan; Jaycee Lee Dugard
  • Shane Ryan; Jaycee Lee Dugard

  • Erasmus
    Aug 29, 06:35 AM
    Not in MacBook nor MacBook Pros because they have no socket. You can only upgrade mini and iMac with Merom because only they both have compatible sockets. :rolleyes:

    I'm pretty sure the guy doesn't deserve to be shot down.

    It seems to me that by "MB" he did not bean "MacBook" as is the most common use of these two letters, but "Mother Board" which makes perfect sense, covers all Yonah macs and is perfectly true. Disregarding the soldering issue of the 'books, which is a different point.

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee dugard now photos
  • Jaycee dugard now photos

  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 24, 07:21 AM
    There are already AMD Fusion laptops from many vendors.

    In America maybe.

    AMD E-350's CPU is noticeably worse than the C2Ds in MBAs. It is better than Atom but can't fight against Intel's premium CPUs, especially if we take Sandy Bridge into consideration. The IGP is wonderful though.

    Llano will hopefully change this since Zacate is meant for netbook and other cheap laptops. Llano will hopefully bring low-voltage chips meant for ultraportables like MBA. So far there are no news though.


    I did say next gen.

    jaycee dugard now. of Jaycee Dugard
  • of Jaycee Dugard

  • ryanw
    Mar 30, 11:26 AM
    By that argument, aren't windows and office generic terms???

    jaycee dugard now. who grabbed Jaycee Dugard
  • who grabbed Jaycee Dugard

  • quagmire
    Apr 25, 10:12 AM
    I am still in the process of reading through this thread.

    Anyway, here is my two cents.

    Going a certain speed above the limit is not unsafe in itself. What makes 90 MPH+ unsafe is no one else is going 90 MPH most likely. The difference in speed between you and the rest of traffic is the unsafe situation. If everyone was going 90 MPH as you were, then going 25 MPH over the limit is irrelevant as there isn't an unsafe situation given that everyone is going 90 MPH, paying attention to the road, etc.

    Now don't get me wrong, I hate people who cruise in the left lane as well. I don't care what the speed limit is, if traffic is moving 80 MPH in a 70 MPH zone in the left lane, then you go 80 MPH or stay out of the left lane. If you go to pass someone and change into the left lane, then speed up to the speed of traffic or change lanes when there isn't going to be someone behind you so you don't cut the person off that was in the left lane already going faster than you are. I also don't care if you want to be a cop-wannabe and slow faster traffic down to the speed limit which in that case your cop-wannabe butt is causing an unsafe situation, not everyone going 10 above the limit. Just change lanes and let them pass. It is safer for everyone if you do that. And please do pay attention to your surroundings and don't create a rolling roadblock. Is it that hard to keep situational awareness?

    Dmac, you were unsafe. I don't care if you had a parent in the car telling you to do what you did. Your parent is an unsafe driver as well. You don't tailgate people, don't honk, etc. Flash to pass is a concept that no American knows about because our drivers ed courses are pathetic. But, it still doesn't excuse what you did and I hate drivers like you. Please slow down.

    I am a big proponent of making drivers ed as tough as it is to get your private pilots license.

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Duggard was awarded a
  • Jaycee Duggard was awarded a

  • stol
    Apr 11, 07:26 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.

    jaycee dugard now. jaycee dugard now 2011. jaycee
  • jaycee dugard now 2011. jaycee

  • nick9191
    Apr 14, 03:35 PM
    Why doesn't Intel just not support USB 3 and allow Thunderbolt to be used on other manufacturers chipsets? I mean I'm all for competition, but if one port is obviously superior but could potentially fail due to lack of adoption..

    jaycee dugard now. Jaycee Dugard Missing For 18
  • Jaycee Dugard Missing For 18

  • aswitcher
    Sep 26, 07:20 AM
    looking forward to an Australian deal. Hopefully it will be someone cheap like Virgin - they are "hip and trendy" (at least I think they are...)

    jaycee dugard now. jaycee dugard now 30. jaycee
  • jaycee dugard now 30. jaycee

  • Erasmus
    Sep 10, 05:39 AM
    OK, Now Apple HAVE to release our precious Mini Mac Pro and put one of these in it!

    Yep, Apple need a smaller Mac Pro with one processor very soon. I think maybe at Macworld, if not sooner?

    Merom is going to stay at about this speed for many years. There are no quad core mobile processors on the Intel Roadmap.
    So when we have 2 core Merom iMacs, which will no doubt last us until Santa Rosa half way through next year, and 8 core Mac Pros with dual Clovertowns, do people not see the slight gap???
    Perfect for a Mini Mac Pro. Or a beefier iMac. But I would prefer the Mini Mac Pro. Then at least the lineup would be 2-4-8 core, instead of pretty much a quadrupling of power in well threaded applications between highest consumer and lowest pro. Now that's just insane.

    So... Merom MBP's on Tuesday or Wednesday. Merom Macbooks in a month. Clovertown Mac Pros and Xserves, PLUS Kentsfield Mini Mac Pro (conroe on all but highest model) all at Macworld 2007. Not too much of a stretch at all, in my opinion, especially when all we are likely to see on the Mac Pros and Xserves is new CPUs dropped in.

    It seems I got my iMac Ultra (in some form) so I'm starting lobbying now on Mini Mac Pro. One Conroe CPU socket, 4 RAM slots, 2 PCI Extreme slots, 2 HDD bays. 600W PSU, and enough cooling to allow us to continue to upgrade parts as long as the socket stays the same, which should be a few years yet.

    Apr 19, 08:36 AM
    One of my friends will not buy a piece of clothing if its cheaper than $50. (except underwear obviously) He could spot a shirt he liked, run over, and see it was $40, and he'd say "It's too cheap"

    I think the technical term for people like that is douche.

    Sep 4, 07:12 PM
    Same imac with more disk space, faster processor, 23'' screen, better wireless, maybe a second disk drive, and the same price as the old 20 Incher.

    Happens every 8 to 12 months, more offten now with Intel.:cool:

    No next gen DVD in the 23" yet, I guess.

    Apr 20, 11:02 AM
    Fail. It says I can withdraw by turning off location services. It still collects even though location services are turned off. Try again Apologist.


    Apr 18, 04:26 PM
    1. If you are on Salary, you contractually agreed to get the job done regardless of the typical "work week". If you don't want to work long hours, don't accept a salaried position.

    2. I am just as whole-heartedly against forcing hourly employees to work unpaid overtime. That would be "theft" or "servitude". Totally different.

    Ooohhh. So being on a salary, even a measly one for a basic desk job, means you are now at your employers beck and call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, come hell or high water? Got it. So, if more work comes in and the amount you are given to do increases substantially, you just suck it up and work that many more hours because they won't hire more people for the extra work? That sounds like a pretty awful world...but pretty much what goes on. Too bad people like you manage to convince people it's how life should be.

    Apr 30, 03:14 PM
    You are also stuck in current times. Physical media will be dead by then, everything is going to be cloud based, there will be no such thing as a physical copy of movies any more :)

    The bottleneck is internet speed. Until the world has South Korean-esque internet speeds, physical media isn't going anywhere.

    No comments:

    Post a Comment