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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

el mapa mundial

el mapa mundial. mapa mundi mudo. Mapa.
  • mapa mundi mudo. Mapa.

  • ECUpirate44
    Apr 7, 09:57 AM
    Security issue=jailbreak patch.

    el mapa mundial. mapa del mundo paises. de
  • mapa del mundo paises. de

  • SheepNutz
    Mar 15, 07:45 PM
    If you want to give it a try, MyWi has a free three day trial I think.

    el mapa mundial. mapa mundi en blanco.
  • mapa mundi en blanco.

  • dwd3885
    Nov 19, 12:43 PM
    For us, who cares? If you want an iPad you might be able to get one on the cheap. Apple needs a good screwing anyway!

    el mapa mundial. mapa mundi politico.
  • mapa mundi politico.

  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Sep 26, 07:11 AM
    Nice one. Thanks. :)


    el mapa mundial. MANUFACTURING PLANTS

  • Weiser878
    Apr 30, 11:37 AM
    That would be a "widget"

    I don't know if you can or not, but try searching for iPhone widgets and see what that nets you

    el mapa mundial. Name: E - mail: Telephone:
  • Name: E - mail: Telephone:

  • WinterMute
    Sep 25, 09:51 AM
    One thread per topic please.


    el mapa mundial. Mapa Mundi con Ilusion Optica
  • Mapa Mundi con Ilusion Optica

  • Hilmi Hamidi
    Jul 31, 01:08 PM
    Oh, sorry, apparently I'm not very good at this time thing. I really did try to start it right as a new day started somewhere. If you wouldn't mind telling me, what time was it in UTC +14 when I posted this. You can use the link in the OP I have a feeling you didn't use if you need help.

    It's on Line Islands (http://wikitravel.org/en/Kiribati#Line_Islands) located in Kiribati.
    Yea, the place already at 1st Aug by the time you created the thread.

    el mapa mundial. mapa mundi en blanco.
  • mapa mundi en blanco.

  • Komentra
    Apr 7, 10:00 AM
    How about fixing the bug where listening to home sharing from your iDevice doesn't update play counts in iTunes like its suppose to. Not sure if it's a iOS bug or a iTunes bug but it doesn't work on either Windows or OS X.

    Made a post here about it and on the official Apple boards and haven't found a single person who said it works for them. Only people who are also complaining about it.


    el mapa mundial. Arriba tenemos un mapa del
  • Arriba tenemos un mapa del

  • pearapps
    Apr 24, 07:25 PM
    We just broke into the top 150 games.

    Thanks for all the help!

    el mapa mundial. Mundi Inglês, Mapa
  • Mundi Inglês, Mapa

  • stridemat
    May 2, 05:17 PM
    I went to a Red Cross blood donation event that we had in my last workplace, but after they asked all of my medical history they weren't sure if it would be a good idea to take my blood. They took my contact information and said they would contact me later if I'm eligible for donating, but I never head from them since. Guess I'm no good.

    If you have time, look into making another appointment. Your contact details may have just been misplaced.


    el mapa mundial. colorea en el mapa mundial
  • colorea en el mapa mundial

  • mad jew
    Dec 23, 11:00 PM
    I love it. That's really cool. :cool:

    el mapa mundial. En el Mapa Mundial.svg
  • En el Mapa Mundial.svg

  • Hilmi Hamidi
    Feb 18, 10:24 AM
    This scenery is just sooo nice! :cool:

    http://i.imgur.com/EVePTl.jpg (http://imgur.com/EVePT)


    el mapa mundial. mapa del mundo politico. más
  • mapa del mundo politico. más

  • TonyC28
    Mar 26, 09:01 PM
    How is it a scam? For one, the title is misleading. That's the first reason why the buyer won't have to pay a dime. The other is the category that the item was listed under. It's funny, but I doubt this person will owe anybody a dime.

    el mapa mundial. Mapa mundial de Haplogrupos Yb
  • Mapa mundial de Haplogrupos Yb

  • eric_n_dfw
    Apr 7, 05:46 PM
    They NEED 2 versions of iCade - one with joystick, the other with a Trackball and Knob... ;)

    100% agree. I've seen some of those self contained TV video games that are basically a joystick with RCA cables coming out the back that have a combo joystick & paddle - the joystick rotating to be the paddle. Never tried it though. (I think it was the Pole Position one.)

    But not being able to spin the knob on Tempest looses some of the nostalgia for me too.


    el mapa mundial. del mapa, para ver el mapa
  • del mapa, para ver el mapa

  • edesignuk
    Feb 14, 01:46 PM
    I wonder which new moderator is going to clean up the mess mymemmory just made in here...

    A post likely to turn this into another mymemmory bashing thread -- and it's not even a thread about women or body parts. :(
    That's probably true, but I can hardly delete it, then he'd report me for silencing my own critics :eek: :p

    el mapa mundial. Las imágenes de Mapa Mundi
  • Las imágenes de Mapa Mundi

  • MattG
    Oct 4, 07:07 AM
    To recap all the comments above...
    Pretty muc everyone who actually had to *use* Notes for work hates it.
    The only people who seem to be praising it are the ones who are paid to maintain it. Notice how the Notes fanbois refer to it as a "product", "platform", "solution", etc - and yet provide not a single example where the features of the client itself would make the user more happy and productive.
    Yes, I said the word: User!
    It's the users that matter most.
    And Notes client makes any user miserable.
    It is slow, it uses non-standard interface elements, and it has a really steep learning curve (even for the 'engineer' types). I am not a big fan of Outlook, but even Outlook is light years ahead of Notes.
    As for the Domino server itself... That thing is just as bad as the client.
    Its raison d'etre seems to be simplification of development process.
    And it might have made (some limited) sense in 1995.
    Not anymore.
    Everything, and I mean everything, that you can do with Domino, you can do with Ruby, PHP/MySQL/PostgreSQL, WebObjects, or Java.
    You can do it in less time, using highly visual dev environments. You can also easily collaborate on the development process, and systematically create concise documentation. The finished product will run fast and solid, and it won't depend on proprietary (terrible) client software. You will just need a web browser.
    Domino, on the other hand, is pure garbage. I remember working in a 20 person company back in '00 where we had a Domino server running on a dual 500MHz PIII server with 2 gigs of RAM - very expensive at the time. It was very hard on the poor machine. It was choking. And the only three things the server was used for were email, very basic scheduling, and a billable hour tracking app. Not that that server is any speed demon by modern standards... But a non-Domino system having the same functionality would not have created any measurable load on the server at all with only 20 users. Did I also mention the server was less than stable? And I still remember how SP6 for NT completely brought the damn thing down... Ouch.

    I agree for the most part. It's the same where I work. We had one resident Domino fan (who left us about 8 months ago), and she was the only one in our department who really liked it. Most IT people I know hate Lotus Notes, and our department is no exception. The client is an absolute pain in the ass to contend with. The whole system of IDs and certifiers is a nightmare.

    Here are some perfect examples of what's wrong with Domino/Notes.

    1. A friend of mine where I work accidentally deleted her Notes ID file one time. (for those of you who don't know, unless you're using the web client, a Notes ID is what stores your personal information [including your password] and you need this to log on to the system). We tried to restore her ID from a backup copy we made when the account was originally created, but it wouldn't work because this copy of the ID was from before she got married, and her name was changed on Domino. The resident Domino fangirl putzed around with it for hours, and could not get it to work. She ended up deleting the account and recreating it, blaming my friend saying "she made a dumb mistake by deleting her ID file." That may have been so, but doesn't it seem a bit ridiculous that there isn't a "Regenerate Notes ID" button in Administrator? Seems like a stupid thing to leave out. So, someone accidentally deletes their ID file (which I'm sure happens at places all the time), you can't regenerate it, and you have to recreate the account? Ludicrous.

    2. Or how about the fact that in Domino Admin, I can't change the password in an ID file, so if someone forgets it, they're SOL? As the admin I can't change a password???!!?

    3. We've currently got about 5000 users on our student email server. These are iNotes only users -- they don't get ID files and they don't use the Notes client, just web-mail. Domino doesn't provide anyway to track usage of these, only with Notes-ID clients. I've been trying to come up with a way to show how many people are accessing their accounts, and you just can't do it. I've spent hours on the phone with IBM trying to figure this out, and I can't. Their techs don't know how to do it. I'm trying to figure out who hasn't used their account in a year or more so they can be deleted, and IBM doesn't give you any way to track usage through the web client.

    Good stuff.

    I do have to say though, that although the client is awful and a pain to use, and that users are difficult to administrate sometimes, the server itself holds up pretty well. It really doesn't crash much.


    el mapa mundial. Mapa mundial
  • Mapa mundial

  • Badradio
    Feb 14, 10:25 AM
    I'm on the ball you see ;) :D
    Could this be the end of spam as we know it? Damn... and I was after a new iPod...

    el mapa mundial. indonesia mapa. mapa mundi.
  • indonesia mapa. mapa mundi.

  • IfanUk
    May 3, 12:16 PM
    Ok. I tried the battery on a friends iBook and it works fine. My charger also works in his iBook. I was told that it might the the DC In Board?

    el mapa mundial. Mapa Mundi
  • Mapa Mundi

  • spacehog371
    Mar 25, 05:52 PM
    Is this well-veiled sarcasm? If not, you guys are ridiculous.

    1) Google does not own the mapping database they use
    2) Even if they did, there are multiple geographic/mapping data providers
    3) None of them obtained their data by having employees drive around in vehicles... That's an absurd suggestion

    Google absolutely owns their own map data. Only in the U.S. for now though.


    The kicker? They obtained that data (or the vast majority of it) with street view cars. Nobody realized street view served a dual purpose: Pictures, but perhaps more importantly, the mapping data.

    Aug 15, 06:28 AM

    Wallpaper found here (http://img72.imageshack.us/img72/1885/wheatgreenish.jpg)

    I like your dock icons, where did you get them?

    Sep 26, 09:14 PM
    Thank effing Geebus.

    May 1, 08:21 AM
    thanks, it might have been good to point that out in the first place :)
    Well, since I wanted everyone to use my watermarked picture, it was not the best idea. Most people quote their sources, but some don't. As Consomac is still a rather small website, consequences can be huge for us. ;)

    Thank you mrblack927 for the confirmation. :)

    The software i used for the screenshot is OmniOutliner.

    Sep 24, 03:26 PM
    Well, since a person is legally adult when 18 in Norway (though you only have to be 16 to have sex legally), how could I prevent him...? :confused:

    ...and why...???

    Dec 3, 07:14 AM
    SchneiderMan said: That is the weirdest wallpaper I have ever seen. No offense, well kinda..

    How true :D (it is my feminine HAL-9000)

    This is the original (lower) and the present (upper):

    (Octree raytracing rendering time with soft shadows and four area lights 1 min 50 sec. 60000 polygons 2560 X 1440).