jueves, 26 de mayo de 2011

fat guy running

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  • dylangurl21
    Feb 29, 04:47 PM
    Ha, I have been looking for one of these to try out ATT for a while and just got lucky enough to be signing on to MR when your post was at the top!

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  • puckhead193
    Nov 3, 11:46 PM
    that one goes into the fake page :)

    i remember that week on MR that was funny, everyone was like CSI over the picture(s) how its taped and the font etc...

    edit- http://guides.macrumors.com/Gallery_of_Apple_Mockups_and_Fake_Products

    someone got the original spymac iwalk pix?

    nice arn!! lets debate this again...is it real or fake ...haha

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  • fat guy running. a chubby man running. a chubby man running. aswitcher. Oct 24, 08:34 AM. aswitcher, could you explain a bit

  • three
    Aug 19, 12:08 AM
    congrats to your iMac G3 , they are such cute little computers and not only Tiger runs well ,it is surprisingly fast if you consider that the computer is nearly 10 years old , i just love these little buggers , they are like pets but dont wee on your carpet :D

    Thanks to you MacHamster, and 92Ward. My friend got it from a school district and since he is leaving for service in a week he decided to give it to me. I'm sure you could find an iMac G3 or a few for sale or just given away by the school districts. I know the local school districts has a company auction off palettes of them for cheap.

    The iMac G3 is still amazingly usable in these days. It's a great iTunes server, and a wonderful web browsing machine. I love the iMac G3.

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  • crush500
    Apr 27, 08:55 PM
    I've read through several different things online and can't seem to find the answer anywhere. I'm going to purchase a 13" Macbook Pro here in the next few weeks and was planning on purchasing AppleCare coverage with it. However I have no Apple Stores near me. I do, however, have two Authorized Service Providers within ten miles of me. Do the Authorized Service Providers honor the AppleCare protection? If the HDD crashes, overheating problems, battery issues, etc will they fix it for free under my AppleCare plan? Or would I have to send it through the mail to Apple and have them fix it?

    I've read differing views online. On Apple's AppleCare page it says "Apple may provide service through one or more of the following options: carry-in service (to Apple Retail Stores or Apple Authorized Service Providers), customer drop-off (to UPS stores in the U.S., for iPod and iPhone only), direct mail-in service, onsite service (for desktop computers), or Do-It-Yourself (DIY) parts (so you can service your own product)." I wasn't sure if that meant you can get it repaired (at your cost without voiding the warranty) at Authorized Service Providers or if it meant that the ASPs will honor the AppleCare coverage and fix it for free.

    Thanks for your help...

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  • The fat guy.

  • mmfy
    Oct 24, 08:29 PM
    How ironic...a month after I LEFT Tulsa they open an Apple store *slaps forehead*

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  • Phisherman81
    Mar 14, 01:31 PM
    I bet they need to update the app for the new accessory. I have been using Netflix with the apple component cable since we got our ipad, it works great.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Sep 14, 09:45 AM
    I remember reading an article online about Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel. This is a new low-sulfur diesel (pretty much equivilent to European low-sulfur diesel) that is going to replace the current-grade US Diesel (which has 50 times more sulfur). Here's a link. (http://www.dieselforum.org/factsheet/ulsd.html)

    It's supposed to be phased in starting next year, so maybe we'll see more diesels offered for sale in the near future. I think SUV's especially should start using these more fuel-efficient engines.

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  • jonnymo5
    Apr 17, 08:29 PM
    Totally depends on what software you want to run and expected number of users. Also does it have to be OSX?

    Mac Pro isn't an ideal full time server since you are spending money on video card, Bluetooth, I/O ports,airport, etc.

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  • sfh
    Jun 11, 12:38 PM
    Well I still say that the etch-a-scketch is better ..... lol
    If you can't beat them just make something up and hope the press spins it your way.

    Sometimes I think the genetic pool of humanity must have a BP oil well spewing crap into it.

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  • MilesNigel
    Mar 16, 11:30 PM
    Thanks for the input! I'd never heard of HomePlug, interesting.

    For my present situation, t sounds like basically the whole setup is pretty low grade; I've got a slow external hard drive & wifi is just plain slow to begin with. I might end up getting an additional hard drive for my desktop and using the "sharing" option as suggested. Trying not to spend much money =)

    Thanks again! I'll let you know what I come up with.

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  • belvdr
    Mar 10, 12:58 PM
    It's still Chrome. I downloaded the latest version and when typing a server name to browse on the corporate network, it searches for the name instead. That's a very dumb issue for a web browser to have. It should try contacting it first and if there are DNS failures, then search for it.

    Uninstalled and back to Firefox. At this point, I don't ever plan on trying Chrome again. I have tried it many times and each time there's some nuisance.

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  • Cabbit
    Mar 13, 10:48 AM
    Does do a what i want but removing my floats kinda makes a gap between the nav and sub nav. Though adding in some floats makes the sidebar move again so i'll need to sort out this gap.

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  • SmilesLots
    Apr 14, 03:45 PM
    Check the SMART data on the drive and do a short test:

    What is smart data and how do you check it?

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  • kellen
    Jun 22, 08:01 AM

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  • Nereus
    Dec 16, 06:00 PM
    That's what I thought. AFAIK, sushi's advice was referring to repairing the AirPort base station but I think this is a PowerBook issue. I could be wrong, as usual. :o

    I'll check out the cable to see if it's connected or not. Thanks for the help!

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  • windowsblowsass
    Jun 11, 11:18 AM
    I don't like Spymacs' forums but I love their picture gallery!

    Love looking at those hot sexy ............. setups of computers :rolleyes:
    when your the ceo of ceader point can i get free tickets? please :D

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  • dubbz
    Dec 18, 06:15 PM
    Nice! :D

    *claps excitedly*

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  • romeo.xk
    May 5, 03:41 PM
    I Have not installed the last update yet, but, if battery life were to improve as much as people say with every update, people would only have to charge their iPhones once a month... :rolleyes:

    fat guy running. fat guy running. a fat guy in a bikini! a fat guy in a bikini! TwoSocEmBoppers. Mar 11, 01:32 PM
  • fat guy running. a fat guy in a bikini! a fat guy in a bikini! TwoSocEmBoppers. Mar 11, 01:32 PM

  • Dagless
    Feb 6, 03:17 AM
    i bought myself an Logitech V500 a few months back to accompany my future Powerbook. apart from the wireless USB thing its perfect. but its sooo small and i think it has the highest DPI for any infrared mouse too, but dont quote me on that (and that was back in october).
    ive had it since october, use it every single day for an hour approx and the battery is still in 'good' rating! i never knew wireless mice were so battery-friendly. man i bought 8 AAA batteries expecting it to eat through them but at this rate these will last me till a G5 PB ;)

    logitech are very good with mice. kudos to them

    oh and subl1me; its an amazing mouse, probably wouldnt use it for desktop PC/Mac use but for portables... yea... highly recommended.

    Apr 11, 07:30 PM
    If you're looking for thin.. I'd say go with the pinlo slice 3. Doesn't do much for drop protection. Works for scratches though and looks pretty damn good. I've got one on my i4 and love it

    Aug 4, 09:57 AM
    Hopefully it won't damage any satellites.

    Jan 7, 09:49 AM
    I had to sent my Mac in to get something like AppleCare for it. Before doing that, I turned on FileVault so that they couldn't read my data. Now I want to turn it off again, but I somehow do not have enough space. Reason being: I have 8 GB left, the FileVault file hogs 37 GB - while my home directory only takes up 12 GB right now.
    I was once asked after logging out if I wanted my Vault to be optimized, but stupidly I clicked no. Does anyone know how I can get that option back?

    And what's the deal with FileVault anyway. It's for portables, isn't it? But it's totally useless since laptop drives are too small to fit two home directories of most users.

    Happy new year

    Jul 1, 08:41 PM
    is this an ips panel or pva?
    and would you be interested in a trade for a dell 2007wfp ips panel plus cash

    the 20in in vertical next to a 30 looks really nice : )

    Jim Campbell
    Feb 23, 03:33 PM
    Nothing stops them from trading with you as a free-lancer� and as far as HMRC is concerned as long as you pay your taxes�

    Nonetheless, I've also encountered companies whose explicit policy is to only deal with other companies, not private individuals or sole traders.

    It's a daft restriction, but it's also trivially easy to set up a limited company -- the small business advisor at your local bank will probably be able to help you with it if doing it yourself through Companies House seems a bit daunting. There are definite benefits over sole trader/self-employed, not least being the fact that no-one can come after your house in settlement of trade debts!

    You should absolutely look into it more�



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