martes, 17 de mayo de 2011

1920s makeup look

1920s makeup look. Makeup 1920#39;s. Comments
  • Makeup 1920#39;s. Comments


  • jeffreyropp
    Apr 14, 12:20 PM
    Jailbreaking hole plugged?

    +1 Where's my cloud?




    1920s makeup look. Make-up by Ainsley M
  • Make-up by Ainsley M


  • MacRumorUser
    Jun 6, 06:07 PM
    So the story is, child downloads an app by mistake and apple refund them? How is that even a story? Worse story ever.....




    1920s makeup look. logan 1920s+flapper+makeup
  • logan 1920s+flapper+makeup


  • aswitcher
    Oct 24, 08:19 AM
    FW800 on both sizes.

    200GB HDD (at 4200rpm) available.

    Good initial RAM 1GB on lower models, 2GB on high end ones.

    Everything else seems pretty much the same.


    802.11n pending firmware upgrade...




    1920s makeup look. Samples of different looks
  • Samples of different looks


  • samcraig
    Apr 29, 05:16 PM
    I have to wonder how many people discussing audio quality buy their movies from iTunes vs Blu-Ray.

    Just asking since apparently those people are so concerned with getting optimal performance from their media.

    Not to take this off topic - but too many people have been duped by all the streaming serves and cable companies to believe they're getting a true HD experience when, in fact, they aren't because of the astronomical bitrate difference between what can be streamed vs delivered by hard media at current.




    1920s makeup look. heavy makeup, and short
  • heavy makeup, and short


  • bluebomberman
    Jul 10, 01:31 PM
    Maybe that's the way it strikes you, but this isn't the way it strikes those of us who've been using Pages since it came out.

    But all of my work is poorly-researched, so maybe that's why I like it.

    :rolleyes:

    A bit harsh, aren't you? They're supposedly integrating better search features into the next version of Pages precisely to improve the researching component of writing. So it's not like I'm the only one who thinks that Pages needs more to better compare to Word. As it stands, I'll give Pages a shot if I need to do something fancier than writing for MFA workshops.

    Plus, I save a couple of bucks.




    1920s makeup look. hair and makeup look for a
  • hair and makeup look for a


  • YoNeX
    Nov 2, 09:38 PM
    I just got an email from VMware about beta testing VMware for Mac. Can't seem to download the stuff because their store is having errors. Hopefully once I get to download it, I can give you guys some results.




    1920s makeup look. There were certain looks that
  • There were certain looks that


  • The Maestro
    Oct 24, 09:28 AM
    i took the plunge

    MacBook Pro, 15-inch, 2.33GHz
    Part Number: MA610
    2GB 667 DDR2 - 2x1GB SO-DIMMs
    SuperDrive 6x (DVD+R DL/DVD RW/CD-RW)
    MacBook Pro 15-inch Widescreen Display
    Backlit Keyboard (English) & Mac OS (English)
    Country kit
    120GB Serial ATA drive (5400rpm)
    2.33GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    Ready to ship: 4 days




    1920s makeup look. the 1920s makeup is all
  • the 1920s makeup is all


  • Doctor Q
    Jun 6, 01:23 AM
    How long after you make a purchase does the App Store remember your password so you don't have to enter it again? I presume that's what happened in this case.




    1920s makeup look. 1920s Hair amp; Makeup
  • 1920s Hair amp; Makeup


  • Extremus
    May 3, 03:42 AM
    Will the iMacs be released in all countries at the same time? I live in the Netherlands but I don't know wether to expect an iMac update this week or not.
    I don't want to wait! Want to buy one nowwwwww!!:D




    1920s makeup look. 1920s Makeup
  • 1920s Makeup


  • brepublican
    Jul 24, 02:44 PM
    Kudos Apple! Long awaited, I bet they make it available right after WWDC




    1920s makeup look. Make Up Tutorial : Inspired by
  • Make Up Tutorial : Inspired by


  • bedifferent
    Apr 12, 08:06 PM
    Because it uses mDP for the connection. It would be confusing to users to have a data only port that looks like their video port (of course this really only affect Macs since most PC's come with DVI/HDMI...)

    So aesthetics is the issue. Interesting. Well, I suppose recognizing the label to differentiate between the mini-DisplayPort and ThunderBolt ports would be a good step (a lot of people often mis-guess the USB connection). I realize it's a in a format similar to the mini-DisplayPort, however could this change? Either way, if that's their excuse it seems fairly thin.




    1920s makeup look. The makeup look Rudy devised
  • The makeup look Rudy devised


  • jaigo
    Oct 24, 08:51 AM
    What about those of us that bought MBP's in August? The upgrades weren't in the forcast! Ugh, I really hate it when this happens!


    That's why you should have been patient. :)




    1920s makeup look. 1920s makeup looks,
  • 1920s makeup looks,


  • thisisahughes
    Apr 22, 04:25 PM
    ..this looks like garbage. I was hoping Apple would remove the home button entirely.




    1920s makeup look. Victorian Makeup Gallery
  • Victorian Makeup Gallery


  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 15, 01:29 PM
    I think that black bezel stripe is IDENTICAL to the taskbar in VISTA. It looks good, but its too similar. eek!

    They have been in iPhoto for ages. Its Vista robbing Apple again! ;)

    One thing im not too keen on is the Safari loading icon. I think the loading bar in Tiger is much easier to see.

    If you are working in another window you can see the bar shooting along (or not) the Safari window with out looking directly at it. If they keep this new one then you will have to 'actually look at it' to see where its at.

    Some cynics will say im crazy but I think most of you guys know what i mean!




    1920s makeup look. Get The Look Make Up
  • Get The Look Make Up


  • nsayer
    Jun 14, 04:37 PM
    Too many overly techy kids these days anyway.....

    "Get off my lawn!"




    1920s makeup look. Look Four: Classic Waves
  • Look Four: Classic Waves


  • tigress666
    Mar 31, 12:45 PM
    What I want to know is have they made iCal more usable? I'm not sure how I feel about looks but there are quite a few pet peeves I wish they'd address.

    1. When I say enter new appointment, I should be put straight into the edit screen. Not have it put in a unnamed appointment that I have to click at least two more times to actually get into a full edit screen. When I put in a new appointment of course I want it to say more than "new appointment!!!" I want to be able to name it and set a time and maybe even a reminder and tell it what calendar! What's worse is iCal used to work like this and for some reason some dipsh*t decided that some reason when I put in new appointment I just wanted to put in a new appointment at random time... what sense doe that make? (yes, this is a huge pet peeve of mine)

    2. Reminders. First when I set a reminder for 2 days before, display on the appointment/task 2 days before, not how many minutes 2 days before equals.

    Secondly, when it pops up the reminder and I want to tell it to remind me again, give me an option to set reminders. Or at least have more sensible ones (like give me a half a day later option, not just 1 hour or a full day. I want to be reminded later today, but not have to keep hitting one hour if I don't want a full day reminder).

    Those are just the ones I can think of on top of my head, but they both annoy me a lot out of iCal (I really am not that picky. I'm sure people who want more out of their calendar/task app have a lot more things to nitpick about it cause iCal is pretty damned basic and really could use more functionality).




    1920s makeup look. yes, i look like a raccoon
  • yes, i look like a raccoon


  • fatboyslick
    May 4, 05:07 AM
    Even if Apple and Google both make money from ads and apps... Apple still gets $600 per phone.

    Apple has the right idea :D

    "Android" can have their marketshare... I don't think it bothers Apple in the least.


    That's the point though - to compensate for the lack of profits from hardware sales, Google flood the market with their OS to make up their margins through ads and apps.

    Apple are bothered and hence tried to make it more attractive for developers to use Apple over Android through Ad-Sense, thus reducing the attractiveness of Googles OS

    In the end they'll probably make similar amounts of money but through slightly different routes




    1920s makeup look. 1920s Hairstyles and Makeup
  • 1920s Hairstyles and Makeup


  • deloreanz
    Mar 16, 08:35 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    4th in line at South Coast Plaza. Anyone in the front of the line at another location want to make a deal - if my store gets them in you can buy my second, and vise versa?




    1920s makeup look. 1920s makeup looks,
  • 1920s makeup looks,


  • *LTD*
    Apr 21, 11:09 PM
    Even more entertaining is the fact that Apple is so arrogant they fail to realize how stupid they look.

    Suing their biggest vendor.

    It doesn't get any more stupid than that.

    Do you honestly think Apple don't know what they're doing? They're the most successful company in tech today. And they got there by doing virtually the opposite of what everyone else is. Seems they've got the technology game (including the litigation game) all figured out.

    Samsung doesn't have consumers on their side. Apple does. Samsung doesn't make the hottest products in tech. Apple does. Samsung make internals. That's a mater of logistics.

    Whoever has the consumers attracts business. And consumers are tripping over each other to get Apple gear.

    Besides, these phone patents have nothing to do with supply agreements, nor will they have any effect on supply agreements, so you can stop *wishing* that it will.

    Even if you want to court insanity and assume one will affect the other, Apple has an insane amount of leverage, rendering Samsung as just another supplier among several. In terms of meeting Apple's capacity needs, Apple always has a plan B. It's safe to assume they've got one now. They're pretty untouchable when it comes to planning ahead. Sometimes they can't anticipate just how insane the demand is for their products, but a lot of companies would love to have that problem.




    3goldens
    Oct 1, 02:02 PM
    AT&T has hands down the worst service I have ever experienced.

    It is as though they were operating in an emerging mobile phone world sometime in the early 80's when phones were the size of a Sat phone or you carried it in its own portable case.

    In all the years I was with Verizon I had maybe 10 dropped calls.

    They should be ashamed of themselves. But really what do they care, they have the iphone exclusively for the time being.
    I must say this reflects poorly on Apple who picked these idiots in the first place.

    Honestly, on a day to day basis, I think about going back and just giving up, the service is just terrible and I live in NYC! Where there are towers everywhere, and I usually have 5 bars.

    Despicable profit seeking, customer service unfriendly whores is what they are!




    jbanger
    Oct 21, 10:27 PM
    health and happiness for my family and friends :)




    longofest
    Dec 1, 02:43 PM
    Sober up, Steve. Less time on Time Machine and more time on solidifying the system.

    AppleTalk: Who uses it, and why?

    I'm pretty sure that any time you use Personal file sharing, you are using AppleTalk.

    EDIT: More info... Personal File Sharing is based off of Apple Filing Protocol (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Filing_Protocol). From wikipedia:

    AFP versions 3.0 and greater rely exclusively on TCP/IP (port 548 or 427) for establishing communication, supporting AppleTalk only as a service discovery protocol. The AFP 2.x family supports both TCP/IP and AppleTalk for communication and service discovery. Many third-party AFP implementations use AFP 2.x, thereby supporting AppleTalk as a connection method. Still earlier versions rely exclusively on AppleTalk. For this reason, some older literature refers to AFP as "AppleTalk Filing Protocol". Other literature may refer to AFP as "AppleShare," the name of the Mac OS 9 (and earlier) AFP client.




    2IS
    Apr 22, 05:35 PM
    Ugliest. Phone. Ever.




    kainjow
    Nov 3, 09:49 AM
    Some more info here:

    http://www.tuaw.com/2006/11/03/vmwares-fusion-begins-private-beta/



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