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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

puzzle tattoo. Dot-to-dot puzzle tattoo.
  • Dot-to-dot puzzle tattoo.

  • macMonte
    Mar 23, 07:00 PM
    Has anyone been able to get Starcraft: Broodwar running on any Intel Mac? I would love to run it on my Mac Pro, but only the original Starcraft seems to work. Thanks to anyone who can help.

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  • Dot-to-dot puzzle tattoo

  • iMeowbot
    Nov 30, 10:37 AM
    Else why is Virgin Megastore and HMV still around?
    The US branch of HMV didn't survive either.

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  • Eye Tattoo Design for College

  • rdowns
    May 14, 05:24 AM
    MacWorld is held annually in January.

    You can expect an update MBP within the next month or so, according to rumors.

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  • Dot-to-dot puzzle tattoo

  • sinsin07
    Apr 27, 07:08 PM
    How many of the people who posted here negatively about this situation gone and deleted the file in question or downloaded the file that allows you to the tracking?


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  • tjb1
    Feb 12, 06:53 PM
    I would restore it, jailbreak with greenpoison, download the firmware you are using from http://www.felixbruns.de/iPod/firmware/ to use in redsnow and just install cydia only.

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  • Rebeccas Puzzle Tattoo

  • metric152
    Oct 17, 05:32 PM
    Any takers?


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  • Fitted like puzzle pieces

  • wilburdl
    Nov 22, 12:19 AM
    http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/bto/20061120/iPhone_270x409_270x409.jpg (Credit: Ministry of Tech)

    That chill in the air means two things: the holidays are approaching, and the height of sports gambling season is upon us. The upcoming slate of college bowl games, the Super Bowl, and March Madness always warms the heart of even the casual gambler.

    But this year, techies can get in on the fun. A sports betting site called Bodog.com is taking bets on the launch date for Apple's long-rumored iPhone. Bodog's using the money line system to gauge whether Apple will introduce the iPhone by the end of April or whether it will introduce the product at January's MacWorld conference.

    For example, if you think Apple's going to launch the iPhone by April 30, you need to wager $150 to win $100. That means Bodog considers that likelihood as the favorite, while a launch after that date (or no launch) would win $110 on a $100 bet. Based on the odds quoted by Bodog, it's even more likely that Apple will annouce the "impending release" of the iPhone at January's MacWorld. A wager of $280 on that possibility is required to take home $100.

    We think Bodog should consider additional wagers, such as: Will Steve Jobs come out at MacWorld wearing his traditional black mock turtleneck or something different, like the button-down shirt he sported at Apple's Showtime event earlier this year? But, as usual, nobody asked. Since nobody's asking for our sports picks either, Crave likes Ohio State over USC in the Fiesta Bowl, San Diego's high-powered offense exposing Rex Grossman and the Bears in the Super Bowl, and North Carolina to bring the hardware back to Chapel Hill.

    source: http://crave.cnet.com/8301-1_105-9664161-1.html?tag=cnetfd.mt

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  • full back and head tattoo

  • hayesk
    Mar 23, 10:01 AM
    A coworker tells me Bertrand wrote Interface Builder as part of his thesis before being hired at NeXT - imagine where Mac and iOS development would be today without him!


    puzzle tattoo. I prefer Connect the Dots.
  • I prefer Connect the Dots.

  • Analog Kid
    Apr 27, 04:51 PM
    full, edited?

    Thought those were mutually exclusive...

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  • Dot-to-dot puzzle tattoo.

  • Lucky Loot
    Apr 20, 04:36 AM
    Game video:


    Easter Holidays are coming and Easter Bunny has to deliver eggs to the city. But the road is bumpy and dangerous. Build the safe path for bunny, so he wont brake any eggs.
    Emerge into this physics based cute and funny puzzle adventure.

    - Funny gameplay;
    - Cute Easter Bunny;
    - Physics based puzzle bridge builder;
    - Destructible environment;
    - Water, build floating bridges;
    - Beautiful and stunning game art;
    - Every level has different level design;
    - Collect additional empty eggs along the way;
    - Destructible objects;
    - Help overlay.
    - Easter inside!


    The Bunny is a little bit unstable. You must help him to cross the huge pits, but sometimes it gets very funny to watch collapsing bridges and poor bunnt falling to the bottom. Don�t forget to watch hilarious trailer on Youtube.

    This is bridge building game, but it is very different from others. In this game you place and rotate various items. All item are not connected to each other, so the structures may get very unstable. Every level has limited amount of items, from which you must build a way for the rabbit and bear.

    Every level is like art painting and has different looks. Watch how the environment changes in every level.

    Bunny is cute, but if he is falling from height, he will break everything in his way. Constructions must be stable or else, one falling object can ruin all bridge!


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  • I#39;m in love with this tattoo

  • Consultant
    Apr 26, 03:12 PM
    Why 4.1.2? Use the latest firmware if you are not using iPhone or iPad 3G.

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  • Broken into a jigsaw puzzle.

  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Dec 20, 12:57 AM
    Nice! :cool:

    Smoother loop than #1, too... :)


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  • of tattoos with particular

  • rtdunham
    Nov 20, 09:43 PM
    This second version would incoporate Apple's iChat software and may be dubbed "iChat mobile". According to Wu, Instant Messaging (rather than email) would be the focus of the device.

    i think i'm missing something. my cheapo sprint phone text messages. my daughters' phones do. the person sitting next to me at the football game yesterday was IM'g. is the ability to IM something that belongs in the second version of an apple phone? how many new phones lack that ability, as the first version iPhone presumably would? i need a perspective. thanks.

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  • Puzzle – Ambigram Tattoo

  • jtglenn
    Apr 17, 04:16 PM
    During which month they provide "Back to School" promotion?



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  • about getting a tattoo?

  • Corey Grandy
    Dec 26, 05:34 PM
    Occasionally my MacBook Pro gets a little uncomfortable and hot when I'm away from my desk, glad to have this now.

    Lots of awesome shirts, some plaids (not pictured), a great jacket and two shirts from DistrictLines as well.

    A bunch of games and whatnot. Guitar Hero II was something I actually never had and my mother came across it for $2 at Best Buy. Can't beat that deal.

    The coolest gift card ever.

    Parents had this poster mounted for me, all in all (poster and mounting) it was less than $20.

    And this is the grand finale. I had never wanted to drop the money on an iPad, but I always wanted to try one out. I absolutely love it. Hopefully the 3G won't cost too much ;)

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  • My Puzzle Pieces Wrist Tattoos

  • MacNewsFix
    Apr 27, 10:08 PM
    Q: Should I want my device to no longer be able to share information with third parties, and I turn off Location Services, does my iPhone continue to do so? A: No.

    Q: Is the anonymous, encrypted information sent back to Apple currently used for any other purpose than to speed up finding my location when I am using GPS services so I don't have to wait several minutes each time? A: No.

    Q: Is the location data on my iPhone my actual whereabouts? A: No. It's cell towers and Wi-Fi hotspots nearby, some more than 100 miles away.

    If this is Big Brother, he gets an EPIC FAIL from me.


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  • puzzle pieces tattooed

  • MCal27
    Nov 15, 06:34 AM
    I've mailed Steve twice over this issue. The last time with a link to a petition I started which got over 700 Signatures from Pro Users and Techies' : http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/applepros/ in just a few days. I got zero replies from anyone @ Apple regarding this, though I know for a fact that Apple are aware of it and quite high up the hierarchy too...

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  • brain tattooed

  • Small White Car
    Apr 4, 10:52 AM
    You are obviously missing the point. Apple's new subscription model is preventing choice from coming to it's customers. How is that not a bad thing?

    How many people here want to choose to get tons of junk mail delivered to their house?

    Raise your hand if you'd take that option.

    Serious quesion. If most posters here raise their hands then I'll shut up and say you were right.

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  • BigPrince
    Jan 14, 12:26 PM
    Check page two next time :)


    Apr 4, 10:57 PM

    Photo taken by a hurried, non professional photographer. ;)

    Mar 26, 08:49 PM
    Wow, a lot of unethical people on here. This is totally a scam, and the seller relied on the buyer assuming he was a normal upstanding human being who was selling a legitimate product. There is no way that is right, ethical, or moral. The seller deserves to be jailed.

    Dec 28, 03:58 PM
    I have been working with Windows in a networked environment since the Lan Manager days (before NT 3.51)

    Back in the 1990s, NT was a good choice for small to medium-sized businesses. It was easy to deploy, supported a lot of software, and was less expensive than Novell (generally). Apple back then was proprietary, difficult to deploy in large environments, and few apps ran on Macs.

    Things have changed ...

    If you are using GPOs to deploy legacy or proprietary applications to your users, you better get with the times. This is and EVERYTHING in the enterprise should be web-enabled (database portals, CRM software, etc.). GPOs, as I have said earlier, are generally used to lock down users and to plug the many security holes in Windows networks, or they are used to deploy old crappy apps that can't be reached through a browser.

    I am sitting in front of a Mac right now at work. I have MS Office loaded on it for convenience, and I use a number of web enabled applications: Cisco utilities (UCM Manager, ASDM) SolarWinds, Norton Security Suite, and I reach my databases through a SSL proxy and specific web servers on the back-end.

    My Mac is connected to AD throught the Directory Utility. My Mac can do native SMB file sharing if needed.

    I could use a Ubuntu box if I wanted! Where in this environment (which is a pretty big one) am I REQUIRED to use a Windows machine? Why not get rid of the GPOs, the security sweeps, the login scripts, etc. altogether? This is 1990s crap!

    Apple completely overhauled their OS when they went to OSX: this is 21st century technology. Microsoft stuck with the old 32bit architecture that included a registry and lots of legacy code. Windows 7 is a bunch of ginger-bread running on old code. Even Linux blows it away.

    The days of the old tower running Windows sitting on the office desk are going away. We are moving to cloud computing, intelligent tablets (i.e. the iPad) and integrated communications (voice, video, and data).

    Now Apple's support of enterprise customers is another issue, and it does concern me that they discontinued the Xserve. I guess we will have to see how that all plays out.

    But this idea of "can't be done! the world only runs on windows!" is nonsense.

    Feb 11, 12:52 AM
    Where can I find other distributed computing groups? I am interested in helping somebody but am not sure how many groups there are out there.


    Oct 14, 01:53 PM
    Took this picture in Heidelberg Germany.

    Looks the same ( I have the same shot) as it did back in 1987 when I was stationed there. Great city.

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