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karl lagerfeld

karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld: Celebrity diet
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  • gatepc
    Jan 1, 09:35 PM
    Get your key
    http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/getpasskey.py

    key faq
    http://folding.stanford.edu/English/FAQ-passkey

    Thanks! What should I have my parameters set too?




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  • rhodest
    Dec 11, 10:48 AM
    I'm in the US and don't really want to ship overseas.




    karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld Teddy Bear!
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  • neko girl
    May 5, 11:21 AM
    Is it really about your desire to serve your community, or more about your personal pride?
    The great thing about doing something good, is that it is OK to do it for any reason that makes you happy (even credit on a MacRumors thread) because at the end of the day it benefits people.

    If I was dying, I wouldn't care if someone gave me blood because their MacRumor buddies would like them more. They saved my life. Why is it so bad they did it for one reason or another?

    If people would do more good things because of threads on MacRumors, how cool would that be?




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  • SandynJosh
    Apr 7, 07:11 PM
    Favorite game - "Leisure Suit Larry in The Land of The Loung Lizards". :rolleyes:

    Is that game available on current Apple products anywhere? I remember trying to win that game but couldn't think smarmy enough.



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  • JQW
    Oct 3, 09:12 AM
    Yet another Notes hater here.

    I first came across it at work in 1992 or so, back with version 2. We used it for our customer support and sales databases, and the company were still using it in 1999 when I finally left them. By then they were also developing a web-server product based on the current Notes webserver component, and re-launched the company around this product, floating the company to obtain extra venture capital. It was quite frankly the worst performing web server I'd ever seen, and the company folded when the money ran out.

    As part of supporting this junk product I had to pass a Notes exam. For that I learnt how Notes mail handled multiple copies of the same large attachment within multiple mailboxes. I forget the full details, but there was a nightly process that ran through the mail database and consolidated such attachments. It was a horrible mechanism. The previous mail system I came from handled this in a far simpler way by simply using hard links.

    A collegue once ran the then current Notes release under the debug version of Windows 3.1, and had never seen so many reported errors in code.

    I'd also had to integrate Notes (version 4 I believe) into another E-mail sytem via a gateway at a customer. Configuring SMTP to an external source under Notes was a pain, and it took 3 'engineers' about 4 hours to try all of the combinations before we could get it to both send and receive mail.

    I've come across Notes a few times since then. Still horrible.




    karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld by Tokidoki
  • Karl Lagerfeld by Tokidoki


  • BruiserBear
    Apr 28, 08:12 AM
    I think Apple waited too long to bring the iPhone to Verizon. By the time they did many diehard Verizon customers had just bought Android alternatives. I think Apple got a little too sucked in by the exclusive money from AT&T, but in the end it might end up hurting them.

    Now Apple is going to have to fight to get those customers in the coming year or two, all the while Android is getting better and better.


    I'm an iPhone 4 customer on AT&T, but I'm still able to see the big picture. They should have had the iPhone on Verizon a year earlier.



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  • Doctor Q
    Aug 23, 02:03 AM
    I just noticed that your avatar is 46,648 bytes, over the limit of 40,000 for the contest. :(




    karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld owns a brillant
  • Karl Lagerfeld owns a brillant


  • tigres
    Apr 7, 08:50 AM
    I was wondering whether these issues only apply to people who JB their phones? Or perhaps there is some particular app that they all have installed doesn't agree with 4.3.1.

    I too have no problems with 4.3.1

    Open Safari on iPad.
    Click a youtube link and watch vid.
    Go back to Safari.
    What do you get?



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  • nagromme
    Apr 20, 03:20 PM
    Not only has Apple’s mobile platform share been artificially cut down by separating out the iPhone alone, the other mobile device makers have had their share artificially increased, by lumping them all together! But since those devices vary in size, version and capabilities so much, they do NOT add up to a single platform in the way iOS does. Not for developers, not for device makers, and not for users.




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  • betty02
    Nov 29, 05:34 AM
    You got yourself a deal ;) PM Me



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  • joecool99
    Dec 22, 12:09 AM
    100% agree macs do not belong to ENTERPRISE environment.
    i was working as IT admin in the past in EU, all Windows, UNIX, Linux.

    however, as a personal computer it blows away the XP and W7. If personal prefers it, MACs should be allowed as clients on Windows based Enterprise networks if required. Creative dept. for example.

    PROS:
    • ease of use
    • FW and TARGET disc mode features.
    • Easy of grabbing a cropped screenshot
    • Some smart application design, ease of sharing files, great solid networking (10.6.5)
    • expose!
    • great dashboard design
    • best straigtforward backup system built into the OS
    • COLOR coding files and folders !!!
    • and other i cannot thing of right now
    • ctrl + alt + apple +8

    CONS:
    • HW price
    • short lived OSX support


    as personal computer it's a better choice for me, i switched in 2005 and never looked back. at Work we have W7 and MAC mini server for file sharing. BUT again, it's not for Enterprise solution, no doubt about it.




    karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld.But of course.
  • Karl Lagerfeld.But of course.


  • celticpride678
    Apr 23, 12:00 AM
    Use Disk Utility and a S.M.A.R.T. status checker.



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  • Max(IT)
    Apr 21, 04:59 AM
    I'm sure this data will be coming to a Keynote near you.

    The trend is your friend, and unless Apple can turn it around, the trend is clearly moving toward a marginalization of iOS.

    Lol, reading your post is always hilarious ...
    The Crusader against Apple fight his Holy War :D




    karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld Spring Summer
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  • PhoenixKit
    Mar 26, 09:16 PM
    Wow..$450 for just a photo of a iPhone? I highly doubt people read the description..:eek:



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  • kavika411
    Apr 13, 10:27 AM
    Nice insight... your sources?

    Just my general awesomeness. ;)

    I obviously have no sources. But I do think there are a few definitive patterns Apple follows. One of them is this - don't cannibalize sales or media attention by rolling out multiple new/big items at the same time; rather, allow for a couple of months at a minimum between a new iPhone and a new iPod line, or between a new iPad and a big refresh of Macs. Another pattern is that when they roll out a very new product (such as the iPhone 1, or Apple TV, etc.), make it fairly bare bones so that people can get used to it, so that it can begin an easy integration into your life, your home, and so on.

    So why do I mention that? Because we all know (at least with 93% certainty) that the North Carolina data center is Apple's entry into some form of cloud computing. We also know that Amazon just threw the gauntlet down by unveiling its cloud. We also know things are moving fast with cable networks, studios, etc. racing to get apps and content onto your mobile device, especially your iPad.

    All the while, the iPhone sales appear to be kicking ass, and besides a larger screen, there doesn't seem to be anything that Joe Public is fretting about not having in the iPhone. For the average non-macrumors.com crowd, the iPhone 4 is plenty sufficient and remains in high demand.

    So, in my mind, I smush all of that "data" together, and I believe strongly that there is a blackboard in Steve Jobs office that looks at the forest - not the trees - and shows April/May media event to roll out cloud, and shows the summer as an educational time for consumers to begin integrating cloud into their lives, late summer a new line of iPods that make strong use of the cloud, and perhaps (emphasis on perhaps) a new iPad the has strong cloud integration for holiday sales.

    Another way I look at the iPhone 4 is this - it's like when Apple plateaued, in a good way, with Leopard. Apple essentially said, this is awesome, let's chill with this. The most we'll do is tighten up the code a bit with Snow Leopard. The iPhone 4 is like Leopard. While us Apple geeks - me included - enjoy pondering how much more we need out of the iPhone 5, the reality is the vast majority of mobile phone customers are more than satisfied by the iPhone 4, and there is little need for Apple to take attention off the pending cloud release and focus on a iPhone 5.

    Just
    my
    thoughts.

    I yield the floor. ;)




    karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld in Harper#39;s
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  • ���h�?
    Oct 18, 11:02 AM
    Good job but the bottom of the ipods are choppy so need sharpening up



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    karl lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld, the eccentric
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  • CaoCao
    Apr 17, 04:52 AM
    And tell me...how do you figure out this 2.1 magic number? What's wrong with 1.9? Does the human race have to be like bateria and proliferate all over the place consuming the earth until the land is barren? That's what you want? You want Europe to be like China and run out of food such that they have to give "child licenses" so that ppl won't starve to death? Oh...I know...how about Afghanistan which is what? Like 7? That's a model country we should take after for sure! :rolleyes:
    2.1 is the replacement rate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_fertility_rate#Replacement_rates)
    I'm pretty sure I said "bolster the population," not "raise the birth rate." Making babies is only one way to increase the number of people in a certain area.
    Ponzi schemes FTW. Europe will need 20 million immigrants by 2030 and way more by 2050 in order to maintain their lifestyle, or we could be monsters and kill old people.
    The United Kingdom is going through a radical transformation in its social makeup, largely as a result of immigration. Where a few years ago people were worrying about birthrate and falling population projections, a government report in late 2007 projected Britain would have 11 million more people by 2031 — an increase of 18 percent — and by one estimate 69 percent of the growth would come from immigrants and their children. Liam Byrne, Britain’s immigration minister, called earlier last year for “radical action” to manage the system.

    The British situation today seems a far cry from “lowest low,” but it doesn’t mean that immigration is the answer to low birthrates. The actual numbers, according to several authorities, are discouraging over the long run. By one analysis of U.N. figures, Britain would need more than 60 million new immigrants by 2050 — more than doubling the size of the country — to keep its current ratio of workers to pensioners, and Germany would need a staggering 188 million immigrants in the same time period. One reason for such huge numbers is that while immigration helps fill cities and schools and factories in the short term, the dynamic adjusts over time. Immigrants who come from cultures where large families are standard quickly adapt to the customs of their new homes. And eventually immigrants age, too, so that the benefit that incoming workers give to the pension system today becomes a drag on the system in the future. A European Commission working document published in November 2007 concludes that “truly massive and increasing flows of young migrants would be required” to offset current demographic changes. Few Europeans want that. Immigration already touches all sorts of raw nerves, forcing debates about cultural identity, citizenship tests, national canons, terrorism and tolerance, religious versus secular values.

    Meanwhile, in the midst of arguments about natalist and immigration policies come other voices and more elemental questions. Is it even possible to increase the population significantly? Is it even necessary? There are those who think that “lowest low” is not in itself a looming disaster but more of a challenge, even an opportunity. The change that’s required, they say, is not in breeding habits but thinking habits.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/29/magazine/29Birth-t.html?pagewanted=8




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  • canucksfan88
    Apr 13, 11:55 AM
    blahh im still using my 3G...its nearing the end of its life though




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  • dscuber9000
    Apr 25, 10:46 AM
    I still think the white one is ugly as hell, but whatever.




    maverick808
    Jan 9, 04:26 PM
    only england eh?

    not scotland, wales and northern ireland?:rolleyes:

    Only countries in Great Britain eh? Not Ireland, France, Germany.. the rest of Europe? :rolleyes: ;)




    uanuglyfool
    Aug 10, 05:01 PM
    Don't have my second monitor hooked up right now, otherwise my contacts list would be over there.
    http://grab.by/5IPq

    I never got my xbox time :(




    Renfred93
    Feb 9, 11:28 AM
    none?




    mikeschmeee
    Apr 5, 01:42 PM
    Awesome!

    Here are some photos I snapped from two car shows I went to over the weekend. I didn't bring my Prelude as I was in the middle of bleeding my brake lines so I just stopped by on foot.

    Speed Syndicate BBQ

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5261/5587490843_d4aa97b9db.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeschmeee/5587490843/)

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    Joshroman
    Apr 4, 07:00 AM
    I just jailbroke my iPod Touch and was wondering if you guys could give me some app/tweak recommendations.



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