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coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha in Christian Dior
  • Coco Rocha in Christian Dior

  • roland.g
    Aug 8, 12:38 PM
    wow, thanks for that. :)
    Good suggestions, I suppose I got stumped for that (colour) as well. The full-colour version looked almost too saturated and and the purely black/white looked too plain. I kinda went with a cross between the two and it came out more sepia-ish.

    B+W with red toe-nails?? I'm sure you could PS that without a re-shoot.
    What are we talking about, you're going to win anyway.

    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha
  • Coco Rocha

  • Hackint0sh814
    Apr 28, 09:17 AM
    Ah beat me to it. My buddy just sent them to me this morning. Glad you got what you were looking for.

    coco rocha dior. We love Coco#39;s style here,
  • We love Coco#39;s style here,

  • neilt
    Oct 22, 11:07 PM
    remove the cube from its shell

    place a sticky note where the power switch would be on the inside of the shell
    replace the cube in its shell
    turn it on
    no mpre problem

    for added fun, experiment with different colors of stickies to change the color of your power light (yellow and blue make ....)

    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha in Christian Dior
  • Coco Rocha in Christian Dior

  • Fubar1977
    Apr 18, 06:05 AM
    It's not the number of Megapixels, but the sensor size. Jamming that many MPs into a tiny sensor will not give you a good camera

    An 8MP cam with with a better lens will destroy it.

    Cameraphones will always be a bit gimped purely because of their size and multifunction nature.
    I had the 12MP SE Satio for a couple of months and it was good for a phone but my old 7MP compact camera with a better lens blew it away.


    coco rocha dior. Stam and Coco Rocha
  • Stam and Coco Rocha

  • gamestriker
    Mar 6, 09:29 PM
    I had a 12 inch 867 before, and I could have cooked eggs on that baby! :eek:

    I got a new 12" PB, and its stays very cool, unless your running some intense programs, like 3D games (i.e. Unreal Tournament 2004).

    coco rocha dior. Lara Stone, Coco Rocha
  • Lara Stone, Coco Rocha

  • Chupa Chupa
    May 6, 06:54 AM
    The key question here is why kind of s/w will you need for your physics classes. If you are not doing anything too graphics intense then you can get by with integrated graphics.

    If that is the case then I'd go w/ a low end 13" MBP. It's a 1lb lighter than the 15" and also the smaller footprint is going to make it easier on you when using a small classroom desk or workspace area.

    I'd removed the hard drive -- put it in a separate ext. enclosure, and put in a 128GB SSD. They are fairly affordable now -- about $200-250. That will make the MBP a tad lighter, but more importantly, SSDs are more durable. Keep essential info on the SSD, and non-essential stuff (docs, etc. you don't usually need/want) on the ext. drive. Bump up the RAM to 8GB. RAM is cheap if you upgrade yourself.

    Another option is to wait a month or two until Apple refreshes the MBAs to i3s -- though I think you'll do better with an i5 or i7 MPB. But 4.5 lbs can get to be a burden schelping around all day. Truly tough, personal choice.

    Next question - do you have to spend the entire $2500? I'm asking b/c if not I'd put half of it in a 2 year CD (not that CDs are making a bunch of interest these days, but because you won't be tempted to spend it prematurely) and use it for a mid-college career upgrade.

    As you advance in your major your hardware demands will probably increase. So your Jr. year would be the ideal time to sell the computer you bought freshman year and upgrade. Use the proceeds from the sale + the CD to buy the new machine. Using a 4 y.o. machine sr. year in a high science major will be miserable.


    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha pouting and
  • Coco Rocha pouting and

  • alphaone
    Mar 6, 01:47 PM
    Edit for comparison's sake to current desktop tech:

    Used the PPD calc here: http://linuxforge.net/bonuscalc2.php

    i7-2600k @ 4.4ghz
    TPF: ~2 min 5 sec
    PPD: 31026

    Then, later:

    i7-2600k @ 4.5ghz
    p6900 (core a5)
    TPF: ~26 min 0 sec
    PPD: 46454

    Very very happy with this new machine. I've name it Atlas. Seemed fitting.

    coco rocha dior. Photos Coco
  • Photos Coco

  • jrohlman88
    May 6, 10:08 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_8 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E401 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Yep! Don't rely on the Best Buy web site. I called around and they had the new iMac's in stock and on sale! Just picked mine up.

    On sale by how much?

    They were on sale for about $100 less than normal. Not much but hey, that's one less payment I have to make


    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha. from Style.com
  • Coco Rocha. from Style.com

  • Paradoxeon
    May 1, 09:56 AM
    I've recently noticed- some iLife apps are not working. The biggest concern is iPhoto - I've opened up iPhoto '11 (iLife 11) but it says:
    However, and here's the catch - iDVD, iMovie, working. Just a couple apps are not working (I can't check every single one for compatibility). Is this a universal problem? How do I fix it? I have iLife '10 and '09 if that helps but I haven't checked if they work. Either way, I would like to use iLife '11 over either older versions... Thanks!

    coco rocha dior. we see Coco Rocha on the
  • we see Coco Rocha on the

  • SciFrog
    Oct 20, 10:51 PM
    bigadv units...


    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha by Chris Nicholls
  • Coco Rocha by Chris Nicholls

  • bluap84
    Feb 25, 02:11 AM

    Umlauts make everything better!

    PS: love the logo:)

    cheers man it was super simple. Just some cool font, then moved around in Illustrator.

    cheers for the comments, im still thinking of names but this one has kinda stuck atm.

    and LOL @ Be Sharps didnt know who they were till i googled...oh i LOL ... :D

    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha for Les Echos by
  • Coco Rocha for Les Echos by

  • ZombieZakk
    Apr 15, 08:43 AM
    Just got back into town. Worked like a charm thank you :D

    glad to help! :D


    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha Model
  • Coco Rocha Model

  • iGary
    Dec 20, 06:54 PM

    How old is your PB - there was a battery recall.

    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha - Love It or
  • Coco Rocha - Love It or

  • dukebound85
    Mar 21, 01:35 PM
    Because they are cheaper, more functional, lighter, more secure and easier to distribute information, than a traditional dell laptop most schools would carry

    what school hands out individual laptops!


    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha « Red Carpet
  • Coco Rocha « Red Carpet

  • robbieduncan
    Apr 24, 07:54 AM
    Actually there is a malloc, it's embedded in the memcpy.

    My mistake. But the underlying problem is the same: the address of returnElement is on the stack. The address of the memory the at malloced in the call to memcpy is "lost" as it is never saved into a variable. So that malloced memory is leaked.

    But, if I understand you correctly, the act of copying from the heap to the stack has the same effect of free()?

    No. Absolutely 100% not. You have allocated space on the heap with the malloc. The malloc returned the address for you to free later. You did not save this address so cannot call free but that is OK as memcpy also returns the destination address (so as you can put the memcpy and malloc in one line like you have). But you fail to save the address their, instead dereferencing the pointer and saving that value in a variable. So at this point the malloced space on the heap is leaked. This is a problem. The space you allocated on the stack for the double is fine: it will get cleaned up for you.

    The solution is to split this into two lines. You need to have a void * pointer variable that you store the return from memcpy in. You can then dereference and cast the that into returnElement. And finally free the void * pointer returned from memcpy.

    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha for ViKTOR Magazine
  • Coco Rocha for ViKTOR Magazine

  • iBoyfriend
    Apr 22, 06:40 PM
    Is there a case for the iPod touch 2nd generation where the back of the case looks like the back of an iPhone except for the camera hole part. (LOL) but like seriously is there such a thing for sale online? :confused:


    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha Superhero Daring Do
  • Coco Rocha Superhero Daring Do

  • harpster
    Apr 1, 01:05 PM
    When I click the search box in IE6, the submit button does highlight, but I can still type in the text field.

    It might be the button:active declaration in the CSS that IE6 is hiccuping on.

    I just checked again and the "Go" button gets highlighted and I CAN enter text and search. My IE6 was installed automatically with XP Pro.

    coco rocha dior. Coco Rocha, Selita Ebanks,
  • Coco Rocha, Selita Ebanks,

  • treehorn
    Apr 23, 09:34 PM
    So H.264 is a very compressed format. That sets off a flag right there. Ideally you wouldn't be provided footage in such a lossy format.

    Taking the H.264 footage and converting it to DV NTSC is essentially compressing it again (albeit a lesser compression), but it is still increasing the generation count. Instead, I would try throwing it into compressor and transcoding to apple prores 422. That should hopefully alleviate any loss of quality.

    But sadly we don't live in an ideal world :) And this is footage given out for television usage, believe it or not...(do CBS Sunday Morning and the Today Show really like getting footage in compressed h.264?)

    I'll try prores 422. My thought was that as the the other footage is DVPro NTSC converting it to DV NTSC would be transcoding to a closely matching format. But it didn't seem to help any...

    coco rocha dior. With Coco#39;s mom Juanita Rocha
  • With Coco#39;s mom Juanita Rocha

  • Hayashi
    May 6, 12:22 PM
    You're probably good for at least another 5 years haha. With counsels holding back pc games because they are mostly ported over. I can't image you would have to upgrade anytime soon.

    Sep 28, 09:14 AM
    Thanks a lot everybody, I appreciate it!

    Bill McEnaney
    Apr 23, 11:37 PM
    I'd use Python.

    Apr 30, 11:00 AM
    I am having the same problem :( any solutions?

    Mar 24, 03:58 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/03/24/apple-releases-canon-printer-drivers-2-2-for-snow-leopard/)


    Apple today released Canon Printer Drivers 2.3 for Mac OS X v10.6 (http://support.apple.com/kb/DL899), an updated package of drivers for users of Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Canon printers and multifunction devices.

    The update weighs in at 281.16 MB and requires Mac OS X 10.6.1 or later. Full details of driver support for various Canon devices are available in Apple's associated support document (http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3669#canon).

    Update: While Apple's download page still lists the version as 2.2, the actual download indicates that 2.3 is now the latest version of the Canon drivers.

    Update 2: Apple has corrected the download page to refer to the proper version (2.3) of the drivers.

    Article Link: Apple Releases Canon Printer Drivers 2.3 for Snow Leopard (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/03/24/apple-releases-canon-printer-drivers-2-2-for-snow-leopard/)

    Oct 30, 09:51 PM
    Don't think you could go wrong with this keyboard. As to comparing it to the AluBook????? I don't have one and my experience is limited to a few keystrokes at an Apple retailer. HOWEVER, it does seem to compare very nicely from my limited experience. Trust me, this is a nice keyboard especially if you are used to laptops. Finally, I think you might be in luck. I believe I did a Google search and came up with some European/Japanese sites that carried this and/or had some reviews of it. I could swear that in a review I came across some info that you could get a BT version of the IceKey. If they sold it here in the states I'd get one as my G5 is BT. My goal is to "cut the cord" so to speak. I highly recommend the Icekey.... good luck. Cheers

    Did some digging and found an old review of the IceKey. Think that it will address your concerns regarding "feel". Check it out. http://www.insidemacgames.com/reviews/view.php?ID=359


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