суббота, 21 мая 2011 г.

funny sonnets

funny sonnets. Calligraphic Sonnets-Title
  • Calligraphic Sonnets-Title

  • Corey Grandy
    Sep 13, 10:07 PM
    Where can you purchase it?



    funny sonnets. Sonnets by Helen Vendler.
  • Sonnets by Helen Vendler.

  • Zephi
    Oct 21, 07:10 AM
    You mean the wishes that, uhm, are to fulfill? If so, then I'd love to get some money, which I suppose I won't get more than my monthly sum of pocket money. No macs this year, damn.

    funny sonnets. read the sonnets before we
  • read the sonnets before we

  • �algiris
    Apr 15, 01:43 PM
    976.6 MB wtf
    Apple: Learn from Google http://dev.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/software-updates-courgette

    Apple is just stupid right? News flash for you - if they wanted to do patching instead of replacing files they would be doing it.

    funny sonnets. Barrett Browning#39;s Sonnets
  • Barrett Browning#39;s Sonnets

  • eastercat
    Apr 24, 01:13 AM
    There are people who think ignorance is acceptable. :rolleyes:

    Now, all they need is to unlock the phone and we'll know the exclusivity contract is broken.
    I think "cali" is acceptable.

    funny sonnets. Sonnet 18 by none-other-than
  • Sonnet 18 by none-other-than

  • Krevnik
    Apr 15, 04:27 PM
    I like the new iCal :o

    funny sonnets. William Shakespeare Sonnet 116
  • William Shakespeare Sonnet 116

  • Jason Beck
    Sep 14, 04:49 AM
    Love the jetpack!

    funny sonnets. pentameter sonnet poemsgt;gt;
  • pentameter sonnet poemsgt;gt;

  • penter
    Jul 25, 01:06 PM
    is this coating as strong as it claims to be? i dont think a plastic could handle steel sponge scratching...

    funny sonnets. pentameter sonnet poemsgt;gt;
  • pentameter sonnet poemsgt;gt;

  • motulist
    Aug 15, 09:14 PM
    Is anyone else bothered by the button to buy more batteries?

    Yes, it seems like a Microsoft thing.

    It's actually a very Apple thing to do. Apple has always been about making a totally integrated, complete end-to-end computing environment and Apple has also always been dedicated to transforming things that had been difficult for non-techies to do into some so simple and effective that even advanced technical users decide it's the best method. This is probably not the first time an option to buy hardware has been built into software, but just like Time Machine is revolutionary because it's the first SIMPLE file-by-file backup system and not because it's the first backup system ever, so too this "Buy Battery" button is revolutionary because of how simple and integrated it is.

    I'm hardly an Apple apologist, I complain quite loudly when they do things that are lame. But I think this is a very Apple thing to do and a feature that isn't just a built in advertisement. If I had an OS X button to buy a new battery when I wanted one, rather than tracking down the battery model number I needed and having to worry about who to buy from and bothering with technical details, I'd definitely appreciate being able to just click that button.

    Making the entire computer experience simple, easy and fun is what Apple has always been about, and this is a natural continuation of those ideals. In fact, I hope they expand this functionality to include upgrading ram and hard disks (as long as they don't go overboard with the prices like in the b.t.o. options at the apple store).

    Really this is a wonderful new breakthrough in Apple's quest for computing easiness.

    funny sonnets. What Is A Sonnet?
  • What Is A Sonnet?

  • Bonsai1214
    Jan 29, 11:04 AM
    The uDAC-2 has both a DAC and an amp.

    ah, didn't see it was uDAC-2. my fault.

    funny sonnets. Sonnet+30+william+
  • Sonnet+30+william+

  • arogge
    Jun 16, 06:12 PM
    You believe that there is an unlimited ceiling on how much money someone should lose as a result of linking a credit card to their account. If there were an app that cost a million dollars, and someone misclicked and bought it, you apparently believe it's right and good that they spend the rest of their life paying it off.

    No, there is a limit on how much money a person can risk as a result of a credit card transaction. The credit card must be authorized for the amount specified, or the transaction will be declined. There is a limit on the size of each transaction, and a limit on the total amount of credit available during the billing cycle. There is no way to charge a million dollars unless you have a credit line that large and you have authorized the credit card company to allow a single transaction of this amount. For most people, the transaction would simply not go through. For the rest, the IRS would probably come looking for some explanatory paperwork.

    funny sonnets. explication on sonnet 90 by
  • explication on sonnet 90 by

  • Eduardo1971
    Apr 13, 09:58 PM
    My 3g s died seven days ago, so I grudgingly upgraded to the iPhone 4. If the new white version comes out I might just sidegrade to it. The silver gray and white combination looks very cool.

    funny sonnets. explication on sonnet
  • explication on sonnet

  • Stella
    Jul 24, 09:09 PM
    This would be bloody expensive.. too much to incorporate into an iPod.

    funny sonnets. Petrarchan Sonnets
  • Petrarchan Sonnets

  • reflex
    Oct 24, 08:13 AM
    Whats the shipping times?

    3-5 days here.

    funny sonnets. Sonnet+30+william+
  • Sonnet+30+william+

  • gumbyhw
    Mar 31, 12:15 PM
    Some of us avoid animal products for ethical reasons (no leather shoes or belts, vegetarian diet etc). Can we disable the "leather" chrome?:eek:

    funny sonnets. Sonnets, bitches love it!
  • Sonnets, bitches love it!

  • rhett7660
    Mar 2, 10:44 AM
    :mad: Emiilo is busy being a director and winegrower, thank you very much :mad: :p

    As to Charlie - I'm of two minds - I do think that part of this is definitely publicity. He probably hasn't had so many requests for interviews in years! On the other hand, even though that drug test he took was supposedly negative - I think that's probably a temporary thing and he will back to hitting the crack pipe pretty darn soon if he hasn't started up again already.

    As to losing his children - yes it's sad for him, but definitely good for them. although with a drug-addicted mom - perhaps there is a well meaning relative that could step in for the boys? Charlie has 5 kids. His oldest is married I think, so don't know what she has had to deal with. But Denise always had custody of the 2 girls and I think for while there he wasn't even allowed visitation, so sadly, I don't think losing visitation rights is going to change anything for Charlie.

    I agree, given his state of mind right now, I wouldn't be surprised if this is all Chucks fault too. Charlie doesn't seem to want to take responsibility for his actions. But hey, he is making millions, or was making millions why should he! :)

    funny sonnets. Show Sonnets in Fabric#39; to
  • Show Sonnets in Fabric#39; to

  • Moyank24
    May 1, 11:19 PM
    yep they would have and my opinion on the matter would be exactly the same.

    I do hope Obama and the Dems do the right thing and not try to use it as political capital. Hopefully the fear of it will keep the GOP from trying to use it.

    As do I. Though, you know secretly Obama is loving it after all that ridiculousness with the birth certificate.

    funny sonnets. Fun Facts About William
  • Fun Facts About William

  • blow45
    Apr 30, 05:38 PM
    Samsung has supported AAC for 4 years now.

    iriver too.

    (great band btw ;) )

    funny sonnets. My online sonnet production
  • My online sonnet production

  • JGowan
    Jul 12, 10:35 AM
    [The Microsoft music player could be a huge success if Microsoft wants it to be. MS could offer them at such a low price they they would sell fast. Of course MS would loose a pile of money on each unit but why would they care if the goal is to run the competition out of bussenis. A $50 player with 10 GB of space would pretty much kill the iPod.I don't think MS's stockholders would stand for that.

    funny sonnets. Sonnet Eighteen Image
  • Sonnet Eighteen Image

  • sikkinixx
    Jul 11, 03:16 PM
    if MS makes it cheaper than an iPod then Apple might have some trouble. Parents/grandparents who are technologically ignorant will generally buy whatever Bestbuy salesman pimps to them for their kid. So if it is cheaper than an iPod with similar functions then a lot will be bought.

    Apr 28, 04:14 PM
    So you actually get MORE iPhone in the white model.


    Lol! +1

    Jul 23, 10:03 PM
    Furthermore, I have issues with the comments about marketshare increase alone as a primary contributor to getting Macs back into schools. The reason I have a problem with that is that school boards and school superintendants are typically in the back pocket of the IT staffs of the district, and so many of those staffs out there are all MS-heads. Until you can replace those folks (not convert, not convince, but replace) you're hardly likely to see much penetration into the educational market.
    I'm the techie guy at an elementary school and 99.9% of all the computers in the district (not just my school, the entire district) are Macs. The last director of technology was really pro-Mac, along w/ a lot of the other schools' techies, which was a good thing. However, the kindergarten teacher @ my school has some peecees which she got on a grant to run some Windows only software (but didn't get them set-up since, according to the last director of technology, didn't fit into the district's technology plans). Also, each techie is getting a MacBook w/ dual boot because we're going to a new program that rates how well the kids to in reading & math where you can see the progress online, but the only way you can upload the results is on Windows. Boo!!! :mad: That's one reason why Macs still have low marketshare: no programs. It's a chicken & the egg problem. Mac marketshare won't go significantly up until more software is ported, but not very much software will be ported until mac marketshare is up.

    One problem with increased market share is that there will be more attacks on them. One of the Mac's sources of security is security through obscurity. So, why go after an OS that only has 5% marketshare while another OS has 90%? I don't know whether Windows or Macs are more secure in terms of actual bugs and security holes, but we probably would if Windows & Macs get equal marketshare.

    There are two main reasons that I know of to hack into computers, write viruses, or something: (1) to gain entry to a computer to get files, damage the company's infrastructure or (2) to be a jackass. The first one is probably for personal gain and Macs may be a target, the second to make yourself feel good at other people's expense and would probably be Windows-based to inflict the most damage. Anyone want to add something, be my guest.

    Apr 13, 02:21 PM
    How do these analysts earn money? Who ever pays them, should be fired. If we have to wait until September for the iPhone/iPod refresh, it's going to be 5 long and painful months putting up with all this crap everyday from the rumormill.

    The closest I could see to this might be a rebranded Samsung set that contains an ATV, sold by Samsung

    Apr 22, 01:33 PM
    What has apple done that is unethical?

    I consider lack of hardware recalls unethical. They always try to hoard as much money as they can.

    A few examples are:
    1-2007 iPod Touch inverted black issue that was a HARDWARE related problem with the coating on it. Apple just released a firmware update to cover the problem by changing the gamma settings.

    2-iPhone antenna issue, cheap 50 cent bumpers to cover the problem because they think everyone should just be a lab rat for them. Then their attitude that it wasn't a issue until the media exploded all over it. Then they act like children and release all those youtube videos of antenna problems with a bunch of other phones like its acceptable.

    3-2007 Classic/Nano, when initially released these were the biggest pieces of crap, it was like no one even bothered to turn them on before they released it and it wasn't until 6 months later that the classic was updated enough to work decent. Some issues were:
    a) unable to retain ratings if you played any games
    b) extremely slow navigation (esp the classic)
    c) reboot loops for some
    d) coverflow as useless on the classic (though I never used it anyway)
    This was actually the 1st iPod I had to take back because it was so nonfunctional, from this point on it seems quality control has taken a backseat.

    iTunes 7 was ridiculous when syncing any of the 2007 devices it would randomly freeze for 2-3 seconds when you tried to transfer files and it would take forever to get them to sync because of this. Took apple 2 months to even fix it.

    4-The App pack update they charged iPod touch users $20 for then barely a month later they released a update and charged $10 for it and it already included the $20 app... so essentially the early adapters paid $30 in the end.

    5-Their discussion boards are heavily modded and anything negative about their products that they don't like they remove it for no reason. In otherwords, they refuse to look at the criticism with a open mind and instead try to cover it.

    6-The iLounge 3rd gen shuffle review had a not recommended rating on their site and as a response apple denied them access to the next event. They are giant manipulators when it comes to 3rd party reviews of their products.

    7-While I can't say if it is a music industry issue or apple trying to nickle and dime people, but I thought it was ridiculous that they were charging 30 cents to get DRM files for the early adapters like myself (I had well over 700 songs in DRM format). Essentially making people pay $1.30 for each song while if someone new came to iTunes they could get the song for $1 still. (At the beginning iTunes was still a flat $1 charge).

    8-Apple has had SEVERAL display problems (the 27" iMac displays) over the years, once again they attempt to fix these issues with "firmware" updates.

    It seems since around 2007 apple has just dropped the ball ethically, since they are on top in several markets they seem to have cared about nothing but getting as much money out of consumers as possible.

    Sorry but that is how I view it. I think they make some amazing hardware and I own several iPods and I love every single one of them but I think Apple as a company is pretty shoddy.

    Oct 24, 09:11 AM
    So how long do you think before I can pick one of these up in the refurbished store?

    1-2 months. At least.

    Комментариев нет:

    Отправить комментарий