вторник, 24 мая 2011 г.

hayley williams twitter hacked

hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter
  • hayley williams twitter


  • megsandbytes
    May 2, 10:29 PM
    whether this glitch/bug was intentional or not and even if you are not a fan of frequent updates, at least Apple has acknowledged the demand for a fix and those who prefer not to have their location tracked will at least have the option to remove this feature.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. Hayley Williams
  • Hayley Williams


  • Mad Mac Maniac
    Apr 27, 08:15 AM
    Perhaps a little quick on the draw here but it isn't working for me. The boxes have gone but the actual voting buttons still take me back to the forum index page.
    .

    same with me. On IE7 running Vista

    Edit: Now works! :)




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • RawBert
    Apr 8, 02:05 PM
    Just purchase the iPad 2 at store.apple.com.

    & **** Best Buy!




    hayley williams twitter hacked. HAYLEY WILLIAMS TWITTER. Raska
  • HAYLEY WILLIAMS TWITTER. Raska


  • valdore
    Jan 12, 06:30 PM
    One could also say that Google never came up with anything truly original; they just took existing concepts and improved them, then released them under their own name.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hacked
  • hayley williams twitter hacked


  • OllyW
    Mar 16, 10:49 AM
    What difference does it make if one Android device outsells the iPhone? Many of the features are in the OS, not the hardware.

    Because when he focuses on one device, Apple 'win'.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • hulugu
    Oct 17, 08:09 PM
    I know I'm the minority around here when I say this, but I don't own an iPod. :eek: Yeah, it's true... I personally don't care for the MP3 format and the lesser quality offerings of iTunes. If it isn't at least CD quality, uncompressed, I don't want it. And yes, I can hear the difference on my sound system which is a separate setup from my home theatre.

    I have one word for you Lossless.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. Hayley Williams (pirate johnny
  • Hayley Williams (pirate johnny


  • Eduardo1971
    Apr 29, 02:59 PM
    I sure as hell wouldnt move back to Windows for my everyday machine. I would move back to my Commodore 64 before that. :)

    Ahh! Trip down memory lane. The Commodore 64c was my first computer. I believe I must have been in high school when my parents bought it. Gosh, I', teary eyed now...:o




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • rtdgoldfish
    Mar 24, 01:00 AM
    This is fascinating!
    Out of curiosity how built up is your area? Is this a neighbour you've spoke too before? I think I'd feel worse if one of my neighbours stole something rather than some thief I never met before. That said they're mostly old folk, Paul Scholes and a pub so I don't expect any of them to steal from me!

    Anyway. I can't wait to hear how this ends. It sounds like it's all going to work out if you can just get the police into that house. Surely you'll be able to prove it's yours there and then by some serial number, hard drive key or something?

    I've seen the neighbors around when I walk my dog but I have never spoken to them. I usually have my iPod on so I ignore just about everyone. :D

    The houses around here are pretty well spread out. I drove around in my car and determined that about 10 houses are in range of my wireless network. Three across the street, my house and the two next-door neighbors, three houses on the street behind mine and two houses on a side street.

    Of these houses, I know all three families across the street, they would not break into my place, nice families. Two of the houses on the street behind me are either for sale or undergoing renovations so that eliminates them. The third house is this 80 year old man who I would guess still has a black and white TV and can walk about as fast as a snail. Don't think he's the burglar type.

    The other couple of houses are the ones I don't know the neighbors. One has some teenage kids (I believe) and that is the one that always seems to be home or having the TV on when my 360 is on my network.

    Right now, I'm just hoping that whoever has it doesn't try to get rid of it before the cops can get over there and check things out.

    And yes, it will be fairly easy to prove it is mine. The serial number is on the back and even if they scratched it off, you can get to it via the settings in the Dashboard. I also have reciepts for the system, wireless adapter, controllers, play and charge kit, and most of the games.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • fr0
    Apr 15, 08:34 PM
    Using aluminum would hinder the cellular reception wouldn't it ?

    Ummm, you use AT&T too, right? I couldn't imagine we'd see much of a difference :D




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • treblah
    Sep 7, 11:52 PM
    I was again expecting John Mayer being a huge Apple fan boy and all. I bet he reads MacRumors when he's not hooking up with Hollywood starlets and hanging out with rappers. ;)

    P.S. Kanye West is a no talent ass-clown but at least he is trying to do something positive by calling Bush out.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hacked
  • hayley williams twitter hacked


  • Aeolius
    Oct 4, 07:56 AM
    The world is NOT just the US... It's a mansion by any worldly measure.

    But he is building this house in the US, which apparently defines "mansion" as 8,000 sq ft or more.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 07:57 AM
    Yeah. I am off to bed for 4 hours. iTunes will just be frustrating given its not going to be for us I think. Maybe there will be some juciy hardware in 4 hours or so.

    u know u won;t get a seconds sleep.. cos you'll be thinking and thinking.. iPods, movie store, thinking.. and you'll be back on macrumors within 2 mins :P




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • nim23
    Apr 16, 09:51 AM
    http://img.skitch.com/20100416-1fcq6stwput2wkx8w2c3wdw3sf.jpg

    http://img.skitch.com/20100416-x24u8rjfyc781wmh9ms3us6y4e.jpg


    That definitely looks fake!

    Completely different materials used, extremely controversial shape and very un-apple like features...

    Plus there is no substance to it, maybe just a cover for the current iPhone?




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • divjapps
    Mar 10, 01:42 AM
    Apple certainly had the First Mover's Advantage for a few of their products. But there are so many other company's that have come out with really innovative products like Asus, Motorola. Some of them have been innovative in terms of design while others in terms of tech used.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • Lynxpro
    Oct 20, 01:33 PM
    I think this is a bit of an over-simplification. Apple is a computer company. A computer = hardware + an operating system + software. This was always the way it was until IBM made their terrible strategic errors with the PC. Now we think companies like Dell make computers. They really don't -- they are Microsoft remarketers.


    The truth hath spoken.

    Ode for the days when we enthusiasts also had Atari and Commodore to pick from. Before the dark times, before the Microsoft Empire.

    To think what would have happened had Atari and Commodore set aside their differences and harmonized the ST and Amiga platforms and licensed it to the PC cloners.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • sheepopo39
    Apr 29, 06:53 PM
    I agree. I am using scroll reverser on Snow Leopard right now and enjoy it a lot. After about a day or two it becomes more natural.

    I booted into snow leopard on another partition after using Lion for a while and I had trouble not scrolling inversely. I've gotten quite used to it.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • samiwas
    Mar 4, 12:44 PM
    The way 5p talks is the reason so many middle- and lower-class people (who are watching all of their livelihoods disappear) still side with the GOP. His words are carefully selected, and phrases carefully crafted, to make people feel that if they give up more, they will end up receiving more benefit. They eat that crap up and choose these people, only to watch more get taken away. It's been working for years, while things are only getting worse for them. Then they are told to "stay the course" because these policies will help them in the long run. Meanwhile, those at the top keep getting more and more, and those at the bottom get less and less. But "stay the course" and you will benefit, we promise you.

    <edit>
    And as for the anti-gay measure tacked on...what the hell does that have to do with unions? Who do these random things get thrown onto bills that have absolutely no relation whatsoever to the issue at hand? Is it because the writers of these bills know that their scaremongering tactics won't work on that piece of drivel, so they try to hide it inside something else? Do they think that people are really too stupid to see that? They put it in something that's more likely to get passed so that it appears there is actually support for it. It's sad really. I feel bad for these people.




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • Macky-Mac
    May 6, 10:50 AM
    just what we need! more government protecting the citizenry from itself.

    you would prefer unlicensed doctors?




    hayley williams twitter hacked. hayley williams twitter hack.
  • hayley williams twitter hack.


  • Macnoviz
    Jan 6, 03:41 PM
    Could the Arn make sure we don't see advertisements for the new iPhone/iTV/MacWhatever/iStuff thingies when we reach this page?




    toddybody
    Apr 29, 01:25 PM
    ...enable trim on 3rd party ssds.

    amen




    AppliedVisual
    Oct 17, 02:33 PM
    Tape!?! :confused: who on earth uses tape anymore? This is.. 2006. And I was always under the impression that a medium with moving parts would be more prone to failure than one without. Certainly my VHS and cassette library have had their share of tapes being chewed up by the machine or worn out from use.

    Tape is still the most reliable, long-term archival media available. Newer tape systems can transfer over 150MB/sec. to and from the tape and store several hundred GB on a single tape. Cost-wise, tape is expensive to buy into, but if you have sufficeint archival needs, it pays for itself over time. Many tape solutions once they reach their ROI point afer a year or two, often are cheaper than HDD storage by half or more. Sounds weird, I know, but that's the way it still is.

    Most large data centers covering everything from web storage, insurance databases, financial institutions etc... Have mostly converted over to large-scale redundant servers and storage networks using RAID subsystems. This serves all their immediate storage and backup needs on site and is very reliable if managed properly. But nearly all of them still use an additional tape archival workflow for off-site data storage. There really is no other way right now... Wish there was. Hence the reason tape systems also keep evolving and pretty much match HDD capacity with tape capacity in most cases and transfer rates continue to improve. Comparing tape archival systems to VHS or miniDV tape is not a good comparison, data tapes (or at least the good ones) are very robust and actually very hard to damage. Short of placing them in a magnetic field for a period of time, they're mostly indestructable. They do have moving parts, but hardly any compared to a hard drive.

    Using hard drives as an archival solution is a bad idea... Hard drives are not designed for this and can corrupt data over time. Not to mention, the platter system and motors are not designed to sit stationary for years at a time for long-term storage. Optical media isn't too bad, but most photo-sensitive dyes and films used in optical media will decay over time. CD-R media was originally claimed to have a lifespan of 30 to 100 years. Now that it's been around for 30+ years, we're finding out that claim was somewhat exaggerated. Recordable DVD media and HD-DVD and BD are no different, just higher data density on the discs. And also not anywhere near practical for large-scale solutions. Just how do you archive and manage 300 petabytes per year to DVD-R???

    For small business type users and home users though, DVD-R media in addition to a good redundant RAID setup probably makes the most sense. Unless they're pushing lots of data doing HD video editing or something like that. In which case, it may still make sense to give tape a consideration as the long-term archive solution. Prosumer level tape archive systems exist and are not that expensive and much more reliable than shelved hard drives and much easier to manage than optical media. The VXA2 format can afford someone an external Firewire tape system w/2 tapes for < $1K. Tapes hold up to 160GB each and factoring in the cost of the drive plus enough tapes to back up about 3 terrabytes of data, the cost becomes cheaper than individual hard drives. So a few terrabytes down the road and you could be wishing you had considered tape if you're still using DVD-R. OTOH, DVD-R is just fine and dandy if a terrabyte or two is all you need. Because you can fit a lot of discs in a shoebox and sharpie pen to label them is pretty cheap too.

    External drives are *not* long term archiving solutions. They are useful for storing vast amounts of data that presumably you want to actually access and use (and possibly modify) on a regular basis; also, they are good for the kind of incremental backups you refer to, Time Machine, Retrospect, other 3rd party backup tools can be used for this. But if you have important files you know aren't going to change, while having them on HDD is useful for instant access, that's not where they should be permanently archived -- they should be burned to a permanent medium, preferably more than one copy, and stored in a safe place (or places). If your drive fails and you still need the data to be on that drive, you can then restore from the permanent medium.

    Um... I guess I got carried away and didn't mean to elaborate on what you already said. But, er... um.. Yep, I agree.




    skunk
    Apr 16, 05:49 PM
    It's a common complaint.




    dukebound85
    Apr 12, 06:24 PM
    she is clearly carrying a bomb




    eric_n_dfw
    Mar 25, 07:10 AM
    Was evaluating OPENSTEP 4.x and WebObjects for my employer back in mid 90's and was blown away by Project Builder and Interface Builder (the grandparents of today's XCode). So glad to see it's not only still around (in a fashion), but thriving! Buying NeXT (and Steve Jobs) back is the best decision Apple ever made.

    Vive la NeXT! Vive la OpenStep!

    A couple images from those days that made me start thinking about buying my first Mac (ended up with a B&W G3 400Mhz) because of the promise Rhapsody/OS X had. As I recall, the first one appeared at www.next.com when the deal was being done - the 2nd a few days later. (and yes, those are my actual screen captures from Mosaic or whatever browser we had running back then!)



    Комментариев нет:

    Отправить комментарий