Sunday, May 22, 2011

iceland volcano map

iceland volcano map. It may be in Iceland,
  • It may be in Iceland,

  • p0intblank
    Jul 21, 10:50 AM
    Yes! Gained Mac marketshare is always a good thing. :)

    iceland volcano map. of the Iceland volcano#39;s
  • of the Iceland volcano#39;s

  • apple101
    Jun 6, 10:08 AM
    there is a way to return apps in the itunes store. its simple. and you get a store credit after words.

    iceland volcano map. Icelandic volcano: Satellite
  • Icelandic volcano: Satellite

  • iStefmac
    Jan 30, 09:10 AM
    I'm betting the tax rebate checks will bump Apple sales...

    People with extra cash + unusually low priced popular stock. I believe your betting correctly ;)

    I say, buy now. Because by April, Apple will have rolled out several new products and generated lots of buzz once again. This low price will waiver a bit and won't last through February.

    iceland volcano map. Frimann#39;s Iceland Volcano
  • Frimann#39;s Iceland Volcano

  • ikir
    Apr 12, 03:27 AM
    USB3 is sucky as USB2, fast on sheet, slow in reality.

    Thunderbolt is more like FireWire, fast as hell! You can target mode with thunderbolt, and future SSD external drives or raid will benefit a lot from Thunderbolt.

    USB3 on Mac is useless, just need a Thunderbolt -> USB 3 adapter in case you need to plug an USB3 device and wanting native speed.


    iceland volcano map. Icelandic Volcano and Ash
  • Icelandic Volcano and Ash

  • longofest
    Jul 24, 06:40 PM
    In case you didn't notice:

    Update: According to a picture of a preliminary product manual obtained by AppleInsider (, the new wireless Mighty Mouse will use Laser tracking in place of the Optical tracking system the current USB Mighty Mouse uses. Laser-based mice typically are more accurate and less prone to errors on extremely smooth surfaces.

    iceland volcano map. Iceland volcano situation,
  • Iceland volcano situation,

  • gorgeousninja
    Apr 28, 09:45 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Not often that the 'best' also means the best-selling.


    iceland volcano map. water heat map of Iceland
  • water heat map of Iceland

  • Eldiablojoe
    Apr 29, 04:03 PM
    What a sad post.
    Nice deflection. You've been on the offensive out of the gate in this game. I don't know what your h*rd-on is for me this game, but apparently I appear a good victim in your eyes. You've played these games a long time, and are a very good player, you know exactly how to tweak things to your advantage and this unusual hardball manner you're playing this game is telling.

    Game play aside, I hope you're okay- in the offline world.

    iceland volcano map. from Iceland Volcano
  • from Iceland Volcano

  • KnightWRX
    Apr 13, 10:54 AM
    Cool it down.

    Cool what down ? Are you proposing my post was made out of anger ? Written text has no emotionality.

    It is possible that Apple 'dictated'. It is possible that intel did it on their own. No one has a concrete answer to this. So it's better to let it go.

    It is possible indeed, hence why I'm asking for citations to what someone posted as fact, rather than as a possibility. Citation to support the fact still has not been provided.


    iceland volcano map. Iceland Volcano Flight
  • Iceland Volcano Flight

  • Patch^
    Jul 11, 05:15 PM
    what device is on this page:

    looks pretty cool lol.

    iceland volcano map. A map of UK and neighbouring
  • A map of UK and neighbouring

  • SciFrog
    Oct 27, 10:08 AM
    At 43 mins you get a 100% bonus, 17k PPD...


    iceland volcano map. Krafla Volcano, Iceland
  • Krafla Volcano, Iceland

  • ct2k7
    Apr 23, 07:13 PM
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    Shoot the messenger.

    What of the laughing staff??

    His commentary was laughing at the situation, I believe. It is also reported that they stole victim's personal items.

    iceland volcano map. Volcanic ash eruption map
  • Volcanic ash eruption map

  • roland.g
    Apr 25, 12:40 PM
    I just bought one Friday. I guess I'm returning it.

    It has been a while since the last refresh and if you follow things here, you would have known to wait.

    I've got a 2.5 yr old MacBook that is feeling stretched with Aperture. I've been thinking that an iMac / iPad combination would be a good replacement.

    Anyone with experience in getting iPads to work with iMacs (specifically remote access)?

    I have an iPad and use iTeleport on my iPhone 4 and iPad to remote access from my home network and remotely into my iMac. Works fairly well. There is some lag but when you need to get some stuff done, it can be quite useful. I wouldn't recommend it for significant workload.

    Do you guys think there will there be another refresh with Lion pre-loaded this summer? Im looking to purchase my first mac but wanted to wait until Lion drops.

    They won't refresh again before Lion, probably not for another year, but they will ship with Lion when it comes out. Lion will cost you whatever it retails for, whether that is $129 or $29 (and I'm guessing it will be back to the $129 as it isn't the minor bump Snow Leopard was), with the only exception being that once they announce a release date (probably at WWDC), any machines purchased after that and before the release will be eligible for a copy of Lion at $9.99 shipping fee, so you aren't discouraged from buying during that 2-8 week period.

    Skint at the moment but exactly the above.

    I was looking at the 24" and held off for the update when they did the 21.5 and 27.

    21.5 is too small for me really and 27 is too big.... 24 would have been the ideal size really so I held off and in the end didn't bother.

    Will probably get a 24" monitor and a henge dock or maybe a mac mini instead

    Honestly, I've looked at the dimensions and because of the wider aspect, the lack of an aluminum border, and almost edge to edge screen the 27" iMac is not much larger dimensionally than the 24", though the screen is larger of course.

    Personally, I am waiting to update my 24" 2.8 Ghz Extreme iMac (aluminum rev. A - Aug 2007) to a new 27" but will hold out a couple extra months for a 10.7 preloaded machine. I prefer to do a clean OS install which I don't want to repeat so soon. Setting up all those apps, and copying in libraries, files, and other data from a backup is something I only want to do once.


    iceland volcano map. of the Icelandic volcano:
  • of the Icelandic volcano:

  • marksman
    Apr 28, 06:16 PM
    First of all, you can do that on an iPhone already. There are any number of ways to do that. Full keyboard? Yeah, tons of people want those... that's why they're selling so well!

    Yes. I am sure the number 3-25 top selling smartphones all have hardware keyboards.

    The 1 and 2 are both Apple iPhones and they don't have them though.

    I suspect the sales figures of the iPhone 4 and 3GS probably surpass the top 8-10 Android devices combined.

    That is called marketplace domination. Clearly a lot of people here don't have much business experience or understand how business works, but such control of a marketplace is significant, especially given the number of devices available for sale.

    Does HTC sell more smartphones than Apple? Does Motorola? How about Samsung? No, no and no.

    iceland volcano map. Map showing spread of volcanic
  • Map showing spread of volcanic

  • Carlson-online
    Apr 28, 04:11 PM
    iphone 4 white is so yesterdays news . i want to know when the humancentipad is coming out!!!!!


    iceland volcano map. Iceland Volcano Havoc:
  • Iceland Volcano Havoc:

  • TwoSocEmBoppers
    Mar 16, 11:08 PM
    Any idea where the best place for a black 16 wifi would be? I think that's all I really need, no 3g and i'll only have apps, maybe a movie here or there when traveling, no? Brea is the closest to me but it sounds like a battlefield, i'd prefer a Best Buy since I have giftcards but my recent time spent there makes me feel like i'd rather spend the money in gift cards to not have to go there again.

    Was at Brea this morning and it was pretty good. They received about 50 or so iPads with a lot of 16GB Black Wifi. I'd recommend getting there no later than 5:30 if you want to be in the top 15. First person in line arrived at 4:30 today. Insane.

    Also, last word of advice on Brea, make sure you get INTO the mall. Find an employee entrance to enter through. The line starts AT THE APPLE STORE! Not outside the mall. Good luck.

    Lastly, don't plan on picking one up at Best Buy. There is a huge list to get them already and Best Buy will not have inventory for quite some time.

    iceland volcano map. Iceland Volcano#39;s Smoky Trail
  • Iceland Volcano#39;s Smoky Trail

  • tribalogical
    Jun 10, 04:06 PM
    How long after you make a purchase does the App Store remember your password so you don't have to enter it again? I presume that's what happened in this case.

    It depends on your setting. Even logged in, it typically confirms once by asking if you want to purchase that app.

    It was cool of Apple to arrange a refund. That should be standard policy, especially if an app isn't even completely downloaded.

    For 99-cent apps, I'm less concerned about "try before buying"... when they start costing $10 and up, I think there has to be a way to 'preview' them...

    Tough to figure out how, though!


    iceland volcano map. an Iceland volcano could
  • an Iceland volcano could

  • Chupa Chupa
    Apr 12, 07:45 AM
    A dumb question (probably?):

    I am not a video expert; not a music producer; not a sound engineer; no relation with servers, whatsoever.
    So from that perspective, what is in store for me with respect to thunderbold?

    - A normal consumer

    I am not a strict normal consumer but I guess 99% of the world is.

    As a typical consumer, same as a prosumer, or pro -- speed. For example, backing up your iDevice, importing big megapixel photos and HD videos will be a whole lot quicker.

    It will also make connections easier as TB can handled video, audio, and data in the same cable.

    Citation needed.

    It's amazing how people who hang out at a site dedicated to Apple don't really know anything about Apple R&D. This is so old news. But here for your edification:

    Take hard note of the sentence: "Developed by Intel (under the code name Light Peak), and brought to market with technical collaboration from Apple."

    iceland volcano map. Iceland Volcano Ash
  • Iceland Volcano Ash

  • Demoman
    Jul 10, 09:37 PM
    I entirely agree with you on these points. Apple is barely marketing iWork at all, let alone in a way which would help people understand its value. At MW last January I made a point of mentioning the Mac owner confusion over what Pages does to one of the reps on the floor who was demonstrating the new version. He also happened to be on the Pages programming team. (Which game me an opportunity to show him a bug I'd found. :))

    He seemed surprised to be hearing what I was telling him, and I wasn't entirely sure he believed me in the end, but perhaps this rumor reflects some understanding on Apple's part that they're not getting the message out about these applications, particularly Pages. Maybe they'll get serious about marketing in version 3.

    One other thing, I think Apple ought to be bundling iWork with most if not all of their systems, and not necessarily because we like to get free booty. The more Mac owners used iWork, the more who would see the value in forking out for the upgrades. This is exactly how Apple already markets iLife, so why they're not doing this for iWork is just plain mystifying.

    That is really a sound idea. Personally, I do not mind paying the $79 for iWork, in fact it is a zero issue for me (I own Final Cut Studio, Macromedia Studio, Adobe Creative Suite, Shake, Lightwave, etc). I think establishing a user base is what Apple should be focusing on.

    Migration into the business world can be a very tenuous undertaking, just ask Taligent (or Steve with Next). Having the best product does not guarantee success. In fact, the history of computers, especially PC's, is littered by the failures of superior technology. In the 80's there was a slogan among corporate computer buyers; "No one ever got fired for buying IBM". The simple truth is, corporations are usually very conservative when it comes to buying technology. Sure, there are exceptions. But, the majority has the mindset, "never put yourself in a position where you can be criticized.

    I am an IT Manager and have brought in Macs on a trial basis. I convinced the technology budget oversight committee that we are better off with Mini�s, rather than Citrix thin clients. We still have to license each thin client for Office. The economics are:

    Mini � Standard w/1GB RAM, iWork and Keyboard = $856.00 � before business discount
    Thin - HP t5520, 64MB, Windows CE = $359 � Office Standard $335 � keyboard/mouse $75 = $769.00

    With the Mini you actually have a fine computer. The thin client cannot do anything without momma. This is a very easy choice unless you have to add another ~ $400 for Mac:Office. That is why the spreadsheet is so important. I already know Pages works for the majority of my users. Any changes that make it more appealing is just that much better.

    iceland volcano map. Animated map of Iceland
  • Animated map of Iceland

  • Buschmaster
    Apr 23, 06:29 PM
    Is it possible that they would make a phone that would cover both AT&T's and T-Mobile's bands? AT&T could really combat the coverage problems they've had on the west coast with that, correct?

    Apr 27, 03:16 PM
    No, but he assumed your intention was hurtful

    I should have elaborated in my first post but regardless, his reply was uncalled for.

    Apr 2, 04:05 PM
    I helped a friend drive one of his two cars to the Georgia Tech Auto Show today. I have about 130 shots to go through, though only 35 which I like more than others. This one stood out to me the most for today's photo. It is a brave entry from a University of Georgia fan, complete with bulldog, brought to the Georgia Tech campus. (

    Apr 25, 11:00 AM
    Who thumbed down every post on this page?
    Except one from aggie...

    The posts start at 0, not one.
    Did you thumb them back up, or were you under a misconception?

    Somebody must have thumbed them back up. They were all at -1 except the one from aggie.

    That's suspicious... ;)

    I feel like I’m being set up here. :confused:


    Apr 28, 10:10 AM
    So the iPhone went from being pummeled by Android to now just being badly beaten.

    That is Awesome.

    Why do you keep comparing a single phone model to an entire platform used on 20 some devices?

    Oh... that's right... it's all you can hang your hat on. Sorry... let's talk pummeled or badly beaten when any single Android phone outsells the iPhone.

    May 4, 06:31 AM
    Never ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever ever.........

    ...take anything an AT&T rep says at face value. This is coming from a type of representative, where in my battles earlier this year with AT&T attempting to get back to unlimited data, who told me there was nothing they could do but gave me advice on how to seamlessly switch to Verizon (including how to port my phone number and suggested I keep my AT&T account open until I switch to VZ).

    While I fully believe this story did actually take place, I believe the rep has 'ZERO' credibility.

    FYI: My later wrangling with corporate was a lot more pleasant and yielded me my Unlimited iPhone data plan back.

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