Sunday, May 15, 2011

poems about death of a child

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  • Poems from quot;Death from

  • Hitchno1
    May 6, 08:01 AM
    Unfortunately I have tried all steps suggested and it goes to the initial apple logo on white screen and then looks like its thinking about something but does nothing more. I do not have the disks with me is there anything else I can do?

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  • ConnorTurnbull
    Aug 31, 02:22 PM
    Haha! I was 2nd to enter and 1st to actually buy @ Eldon Square.

    Any of you in this video: or in these photos?

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  • Death-of-a-Son-Poems

  • e�Studios
    Dec 9, 07:10 PM
    Does the Bluetooth keyboard still have 2 USB ports on it like the standard keyboards have?


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  • maclick
    Oct 26, 09:30 PM
    Yes today is a great day. Here are some snaps I took.

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  • joepunk
    Nov 20, 03:04 PM
    I like the site and all. Pretty cool. However, the pencil just seemed to be a bit to large for me and it just did not make much sense why. I found drawing with it awkward. I'll try to show this to my professional practices class on Monday.

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  • arn
    Aug 29, 03:38 PM
    Attachements were deleted to save Apple the trouble of emailing me to delete them. :)

    This person submitted this to me, and I did not post it for a couple of reasons. He chose to post it himself, which is his choice... but his apple account will certainly get closed down.

    The pdf does show proprietary Apple information. The only interesting part of it for end-users like us is that they show Firewire 2 connectors being tested/consirdered back in 6/02.


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  • Poems from quot;Death from

  • Littleodie914
    Apr 25, 07:43 AM
    Hey guys, I have two copies of Xcode installed on my machine. I have:

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  • Mr Jobs
    Oct 5, 10:42 AM
    i got the geforce 4 mx card in my dual 867, is it worth me upgrading to the 9700 in a few months. i do a lot of video and photoshop work where the mx is just fine but i wanna play the new doom,quake and UT comming out next year. is the mx good enough to play them at 1280-1024 on the 17 Studio.

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  • SimonBS
    May 5, 02:17 PM
    I would like to see the start up time (not that it matters that much, honestly, but it's always interesting) Also, it would be cool if you could do some performance tests with Xcode and Photoshop.

    What about some general speed? E.g. start up time of applications.

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  • ChristianJapan
    Apr 15, 07:46 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)

    iMac+MBA 11" for papa
    MBP 17" for mama
    MacMini in preparation for our mini; he still use an old Linux laptop
    Not counting iPod, iPhones and iPads
    And a black sheep: one android phone

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  • Mr. Retrofire
    Mar 28, 02:56 PM
    Nope. If you have legitimate access to the "Developer Preview" then you have access to the Developer forum. There's no other options.


    Hey kids, please stay on-topic!

    The title says it: "encryption problem". Nothing else! Thank you!

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  • The Refusal to Mourn the Death

  • alust2013
    Apr 15, 12:50 PM
    I'd just use a router or ethernet switch. It doesn't slow your connection down, unless you are trying to use a lot of bandwidth on both computers.

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  • svenn
    Apr 29, 08:41 PM

    I am curious though, how many people register, and why? It does not affect warranty at all.

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  • Gaelinic
    May 7, 02:11 AM
    No suggestions?

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  • Death and Grieving Child#39;s

  • vbagley
    Apr 15, 01:28 PM
    My reply in red.

    Really two different things the OP needs. One he knows about, and one he doesn't.

    First, a request for some clarification. You have a DSL modem that has a single Ethernet port on the back, right? Right! You stated "no wireless". I'm assuming that that's due to some kind of restriction - i.e. workplace or parents or whoever said "no wireless". Is this correct? Yes, it's a restriction. Or do you simply mean that your DSL modem doesn't have WiFi?

    Anyway, if there is some "no wireless" restriction, then the wireless router one person suggested is out.

    Does the DSL modem have NAT built in? Do you know what NAT is? (Do a little Wikipedia research...) NAT allows several computers to share a single Internet connection. It changes the packets going out to the Internet so that they all come from the same address. It also provides *some* firewall protection, in that incoming packets are only accepted if they match-up with an outgoing packet. By default, a NAT router won't accept any incoming connections. You can set it up to accept incoming connections, in that case you need to designate which computer to send them to for a given port.
    This is of no concern to you unless you are running a server, etc. Not running a server. It's a AT&T DSL modem.

    If your DSL modem does not have NAT, and also doesn't have some kind of firewall, then you are currently *very* vulnerable to attack. Ack! That's all I need to hear!

    It would be useful to post your DSL modem model. Westell-black one! AT&T always asks, "the black or the gray," when I have to call.

    If it does have NAT, then I'm a bit surprised that they didn't build in a small Ethernet switch and give you multiple Ethernet ports. If it does have NAT, then you should only need to add an Ethernet switch. Get a gigabit switch, which will make then connection BETWEEN your Macs very fast. (For copying files back and forth, etc.) For the Internet connection, gigabit is a non-issue, since Internet speeds are (typically) way below that of even a 100M switch.

    If it doesn't have NAT, then you need a router or firewall. Think "wifi router without the wifi". It's a bit of a specialty product, because they are usually built into a WiFi device, cable modem, or DSL modem.

    You can also look for a compatible DSL modem that has a built-in router and switch. So... I should look for another modem with a built-in router and switch? I don't intend to exchange files between the macs since one for one type of business and the other is for all my graphics.

    You will have to check your provider's terms of service to see if it's OK to connect more than one computer. Generally, though, the provider won't be able to detect that you are using NAT, so won't know in any case.
    Oiyvay! More waiting on hold! Maybe the best thing to do is connect and disconnect from the modem with whichever mac I happen to be using at the time?

    It seems there are never easy answers for my questions.

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  • mad jew
    Sep 10, 12:26 AM
    Interesting stuff. I've always wondered about this little theory. Thanks for the stats aquajet. :)

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  • Spooner | Poems on Death

  • SilvorX
    Oct 13, 09:25 PM
    me 3 :p lol, those would be nice to see

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  • Spooner | Poems on Death

  • nefan65
    May 5, 10:49 AM
    Well, I don't think you'll see a lot in terms of the i5 vs. the i7 for what you're doing. I'd get it with the std, 4GB, and upgrade to 8GB later if you think you'll need it. My guess is no, but don't buy what you don't need...

    As for iWork vs. Office debate; hard to say. We use iWork with no issues at all. I have Office through work, and honestly for home use, and my son @ school, we all use iWork. It's fast, easy, and simple.

    All the other stuff should be fine. Camera's, etc. should all work out of the box. Don't listen to some; iPhoto is great, and works for what it's intended for...if you need more, then go to Aperture, or something like it.

    Lastly; 6 years? Hard to tell. Not knowing what you're expectations are. If you're expecting it to last 6 years, then you may want to go to the i7 to extend the processor out a bit. I have no doubt that the OS will run fine, and that the system should last close to 6 years, and perform okay. But it's no guarantee...

    Oops! I guess this is the last item, not that Applecare; yes...definitely worth the cost. I'd get it closer to the end of year one though, that'll give 4 really. If you get it now, there's overlap. At least that's how it used to work?

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  • poem “The Stolen Child”,

  • macfanboy
    Oct 16, 07:22 PM
    i think your forgetting its EA, and the fact they said it was submitted to Apple already

    Oct 13, 06:46 PM
    Those miners would be more use up in Liverpool � the chaps at Anfield desperately need advice on how to get themselves out of a hole before Christmas...

    I was wondering, "Why the punishment??". :p

    Mar 3, 10:35 AM
    Hey guys

    I really need some help. Does anyone know how i can make 3D images? Im making something like

    And i need to know how this is done

    Please let me know

    Greetz and thanks

    Jan 30, 10:01 PM
    what should i buy, which deal is better? I will be using this for pioneer dvdr-sk12

    gigastorage 8x dvd-r

    Piodata 4x dvd-r

    Apr 4, 06:52 PM
    I have the 15" MBP 2011 and I love this machine. No issues whatsoever, plus gaming in bootcamp is really good compared to my last MBP.

    May 4, 03:42 PM
    Hey, I have been looking at doing some high-end video work in the future and the person I work with uses SDXC cards in his cameras. Is there support for them in my MacBook? I want to make sure before I say I can help, and then embarrassed for not know what's up with my own laptop.
    I own a late 2010 i7 MacBook Pro

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