Friday, June 3, 2011

kate winslet the reader

kate winslet the reader. British actor Kate Winslet
  • British actor Kate Winslet

  • iphone3gs16gb
    Apr 3, 12:29 AM
    I f you lose it, you will have to pay for a new one, simple as that.

    If I were you, I wouldn't bring my iPhone to a party I know I'll get super wasted.

    kate winslet the reader. SCREEN beauty Kate Winslet
  • SCREEN beauty Kate Winslet

  • Le Big Mac
    May 3, 03:17 PM
    Unless they change the power supply the only thing really to update is either the price or the capacity.

    I thought they had fixed the capacitor problem. The first batch (1 year+) was dying, but have they continued to die for newer models?

    kate winslet the reader. Still of Kate Winslet and
  • Still of Kate Winslet and

  • arn
    Oct 31, 03:02 AM
    Originally posted by yuhui
    Would it be possible to use a cookie to remember my choice of ordering my song list? i.e. if I choose to order by Genre, then the next time I view my list, it should remember to order the songs by Genre, and not the default Ranking.




    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet.
  • Kate Winslet.

  • iLucas
    Apr 25, 06:23 AM
    Hi guys!

    I'm considering buying either a MBA or a MBP 13'' in the future, and one of the toughest tasks I'd like to do with it would be running GarageBand or Logic Pro. Mainly, I'd be composing Jazz pieces (Piano, Bass, Percussion, Sax and Guitars, in any number of combinations), some solo piano pieces, and maybe some Game-music.

    I'd like to know if any of you has experience with the MBA 13'', and can tell me if it is powerful enough for this kind of task. While I would like the portability, I want my laptop to be my sole computer. I know the MBA can run all the other tasks I intend it to alright (Web Browsing, Video-watching, Chatting, Photoshop, PS2 and Nintendo DS Emulation). Music-creating is the only one still holding me back. ;)


    If you plan to use it as your sole computer, i would get a MBP. The MBP can be upgraded to 8gb of ram which will be plenty for you to use for years to come.


    kate winslet the reader. kate-winslet-the-reader.jpg
  • kate-winslet-the-reader.jpg

  • blueraja
    Jan 14, 09:46 AM
    I picked up an iPad because I had to support it for a client that picked up 20 of them. The company paid for it so I didnt mind but figured I would noodle around with it enough to learn the interface and then it would collect dust. The more I used it, the more I liked it and as I worked on the project for the client to replace their notebooks for travel, I found I was mostly able to replace mine as well. Now I carry it everywhere. After my wife got ahold of it and starting playing around she wanted one now I have 2 of them. Unless there is a huge speed bump with the next version I cant see myself "upgrading" immediately though, the nasal cam just holds no interest for me and it looks like the resolution is going to be the same. My guess is that like my macbook and imac I will likely be on an every 2nd or 3rd generation upgrade cycle. I do have kids wanting ipads now too though, so who knows maybe ill upgrade next time around and use the excuse of more memory (I have a 32gb now but would love to have a 64gb) and pass mine on to the kids.

    kate winslet the reader. I#39;m really into Kate Winslet
  • I#39;m really into Kate Winslet

  • farmerdoug
    Mar 29, 01:36 PM


    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet is magically
  • Kate Winslet is magically

  • lilcosco08
    May 2, 10:34 PM
    Heh. 3 way tie


    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet in The Reader and
  • Kate Winslet in The Reader and

  • sweetcorn
    May 4, 01:50 AM
    Apple is secretly testing their new 'istrain' sensors in the new iMacs, depending on feedback they intend to incorporate these 'istrain' sensors across their whole product line.

    Sounds like a positive result so far...


    kate winslet the reader. kate winslet the reader merkin
  • kate winslet the reader merkin

  • rdowns
    Oct 25, 05:38 AM
    ^ when claiming work as your own be sure to remove the copyright. :rolleyes:



    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet in THE READER
  • Kate Winslet in THE READER

  • dstopsky
    Dec 5, 05:30 AM
    Not sure if I am going too far. If your web server supports php, as most do, try including this.

    <?php require_once('menu.html'); ?>
    where menu.html is the file which your menu is located.

    If you are unfamiliar with php or programming, start off with a blank page to test it out. Then proceed to put that code in different parts of the page to see how it comes out.

    Yes, my server supports php, but I tried a include file instead of require_once. I'll try that and see how it works. Thanks for the help.


    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet in the Reader
  • Kate Winslet in the Reader

  • Doctor Q
    Aug 5, 05:22 PM
    The Apple Learning Interchange was used for collaboration, not just publishing lesson plans. It had a members list and places for interaction so educators could connect with and work with each other. I don't see how the iTunes U can replace that. This seems like a step down.

    kate winslet the reader. Hanna (Kate Winslet, left)
  • Hanna (Kate Winslet, left)

  • cube
    May 4, 11:48 AM
    OK, I can power an FW400 drive from FW800. I think it was my FW400 repeater hub that couldn't be powered.

    I imagine an FW800 drive can be powered from FW400, too.


    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet, in #39;The Reader#39;
  • Kate Winslet, in #39;The Reader#39;

  • Old Muley
    May 5, 10:39 AM
    BBB ratings are no longer very reliable. You can get rid of a bad rating by buying advertising from BBB. I never trust a BBB rating anymore.

    Yeah, BBB has gotten so bad that I get suspicious of any retailer that brags about their BBB rating. The bigger the BBB logo is on a retailers website, the more problems you're going to have.

    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet?? Best Actress?
  • Kate Winslet?? Best Actress?

  • Cr0nus
    Feb 19, 06:25 PM
    Your MBP is definitely a pillow. pillow: anything used to cushion the head.


    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet was named as best
  • Kate Winslet was named as best

  • DeaconGraves
    Apr 26, 04:01 PM
    It allows you to view .pdfs, .jpegs, .gifs, etc.

    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet in The Reader
  • Kate Winslet in The Reader

  • simsaladimbamba
    May 2, 07:09 PM
    I'm not willing to install Flash for this, sorry.

    When you have Flash installed and ClickToFlash, Flash object will not be executed unless clicked on, thus Flash takes no CPU cycles unless needed.

    Btw, to quote someone, just press the button.

    To quote several posts, use the button (multi-quote).

    To edit your posts, use the button.

    All these buttons are on the bottom right of the posts.

    Minor Problems (

    6. Sequential posts.
    Combine your comments into one post rather than making many consecutive posts to a thread within a short period of time.


    kate winslet the reader. kate winslet the reader movie.
  • kate winslet the reader movie.

  • trojan18
    Jan 15, 09:22 PM
    No, I didn't get one either.

    I bookmarked the no spoilers page and someone posted the direct link to the stream in the comments about a half hour after the keynote ended.

    If you didn't know to look in the comments, you would have had to wait about another hour before Macrumors posted that stream link on the actual no spoilers page.

    And no e-mail. Pretty weak.

    kate winslet the reader. Kate Winslet and David Kross
  • Kate Winslet and David Kross

  • sleepykidd
    Apr 23, 08:01 AM
    Yes, I did the same for my flatmate's 1st gen MacBook whose drive is also bust.

    I'm not sure if this can be done without any problems.

    Ok so here is plan B in effect:

    Got the retail disc on the way, going to erase my flash drive and put the retail image on that drive. Once I boot from it I'll erase the 1,1's HDD and do a clean install.

    Hopefully that works.

    I want to thank everyone for their input so far it's been very helpful.

    kate winslet the reader. merkin kate winslet the
  • merkin kate winslet the

  • Rower_CPU
    Feb 15, 11:38 AM
    How do you know what it stands for, BrittasMac? :confused:

    And actually it's Demi-God Vigilante Press Gang, and the acronym can be attributed to dukestreet. :p

    Jul 11, 09:16 PM
    Originally posted by arogge
    It appears that OS X will truncate any password longer than 7 characters to only 8 characters. In other words, it's an 8-character overflow. This problem is global in that it affects the Login Window, Screen Effects, Keychain Access, and even network logon security. For anyone with long password phrases that have easily-guessable words in the first 8 characters, this is a problem. Since "MacintoshOSXIsMoreSecureThanMicrosoftWindows" only needs to be entered as "Macintosh", gaining unauthorized access is very simple with a common name attack. Of course, we all have passwords that are a combination of letters and numbers, including a mix of upper- and lower-case characters. ;)

    Actually, this is not entirely true. Keychain Access actually requires the full password. This issue has been documented on MacFixIt before.

    Jan 11, 12:51 PM
    NetNewsWire is one of the apps I use most on my Mac. They do have an web app designed for the iPhone at which wonderfully keeps all my subscriptions in sync between their full web interface (which I use at work), NetNewsWire (on my Mac at home) and my iPhone. I can't imagine a better setup and now that NewNewsWire is free, I am a happy camper.

    Apr 21, 09:47 PM
    *scratches North Dakota off list of states in the U.S. I can live*

    Well, that's all of 'em.

    What about Oregon. :(


    Aug 28, 08:01 PM
    Is it the classic moments? The years on teh site? Post count? What is is?

    May 6, 03:39 PM
    Yes you can. Don't argue with me, I have been switching back and forth on Crysis 2 and there is definitely a noticeable difference.
    However Games still look good with 1920x1080 on the 27" iMac.

    It looks fine at 1920x1080 in games, that's when you would actually use it...

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