piatok 20. mája 2011

Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn

Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. 70% Kentucky Bluegrass.
  • 70% Kentucky Bluegrass.

  • budugu
    Sep 6, 11:28 PM
    Is the 160GB BTO HD perpendicular?

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. with Kentucky Bluegrass
  • with Kentucky Bluegrass

  • aquajet
    Sep 6, 09:17 AM
    These new Mac Mini's don't seem like a great deal anymore. I think it was done on purpose to get people to upscale to a higher model.

    I think the $599 model, now with the core duo of course, is a good deal. I can't really say the same thing about the $799 model.

    Although, a refurb core solo can now be had for $479. :)

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. to Kentucky bluegrass.
  • to Kentucky bluegrass.

  • MauiMac
    Jul 18, 03:06 AM
    WOW! "Think Secret" is really putting its reputation on the line by making this ("WWDC surprise: Apple to announce iTunes movie rentals" and Second-gen iPod nano on tap for August") two statements! What are the chances of Jobs announcing movie rentals and second-gen ipod nanos at WWDC (of all places) (in addition to 10.5 and MacPros)? But with Jobs, who knows what will be announced. "One more thing"... oh and wait just "One more thing"... :confused: :confused: :confused:

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Kentucky Bluegrass,
  • Kentucky Bluegrass,

  • MacsRgr8
    Sep 7, 08:01 AM
    I am hoping for the full 1920 x 1080 rez movies!

    Best would be 3 sizes available to choose from:

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. of Kentucky bluegrass.
  • of Kentucky bluegrass.

  • quigleybc
    Oct 23, 12:12 PM
    New MacBook Pro's and video iPods for some, abortions and miniature American flags for others


    Abortions for ALL !!

    ha ha, best Pimpsons quote ever.

    oh, and ya, new laptops would be neat.

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Kentucky bluegrass grown
  • Kentucky bluegrass grown

  • roland.g
    Nov 27, 02:00 PM
    I would say $199 would be the perfect price point to go with a Mini, even if Apple makes little to nothing on it, they won't sell that many because of the size. Now if it has a built-in iSight I can digest a $249 price point. No one is going to pay $299 for an Apple branded 17" LCD in today's market. There are too many cheapies out there.

    Personally I wouldn't be interested. I am using my new Mini with an almost 7 yr old LaCie electron Blue 19" CRT and would never consider downsizing. The 20" ACD isn't attractive because it isn't that much bigger than what I have and the 23" is a little pricey at the moment, though the biggest reason I wouldn't get it is that I'll be getting a 24" iMac in the spring (preferably Black) and selling the Mini. That and my wife would kill me if I dropped a grand on a monitor.

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. of lush Kentucky Bluegrass
  • of lush Kentucky Bluegrass

  • Lynxpoint
    Sep 1, 04:04 PM

    that 30" all-in-one would be something to get excited about which means it won't happen.

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. and Kentucky bluegrass,
  • and Kentucky bluegrass,

  • ~Shard~
    Nov 15, 08:51 AM
    This is very cool, however I think the article says it all:

    "unless you do work normally relegated to high-end workstations, perform massively multitasking workloads, or just want the bragging rights, eight cores is definitely overkill...at least for now."

    Of course at some point 8-cores will be the standard and will be slow compared to the 32-core systems, but until that happens, I think quad-core would suit me just fine. Hell, I'm getting by with a single core G4 right now with no complaints, so this isn't a big deal for me in the grand scheme of things! ;) :cool:

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. the Kentucky bluegrass
  • the Kentucky bluegrass

  • codymac
    Apr 11, 01:20 PM
    That said, VW/Audi`s DSG semi auto`s are excellent.

    So are their manual gearboxes.

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. kentucky bluegrass.
  • kentucky bluegrass.

  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 26, 02:54 PM
    I think that these two quotes from Tim Cook during the last Apple quarterly call, put the nail in the coffin:

    "We've got the largest app store ..."

    "... iPhone's integrated approach is materially better than Android's fragmented approach, where you have multiple OSs on multiple devices with different screen resolutions and multiple app stores with different ... "

    Since Apple itself uses the word generically, I don't see how anyone can argue that it's not.

    From Apple's perspective, they have largest app store and it is named "App Store".

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. years kentucky bluegrass
  • years kentucky bluegrass

  • Slix
    Mar 26, 02:49 PM
    This looks pretty amazing.

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Renovated entire back lawn
  • Renovated entire back lawn

  • longsilver
    Sep 5, 08:19 AM
    Looks like something's happening :)

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. The lawn here was a RTF tall
  • The lawn here was a RTF tall

  • DeSnousa
    Aug 6, 08:47 PM
    I'm sorry I'm really slow, I don't get the slogan :(

    "Mac OS X Leopard, Introducing Vista 2.0"

    Do they mean that Leopard is years ahead of Vista, like if it were to be like Windows next version OS :confused:


    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Blue Kentucky Bluegrass
  • Blue Kentucky Bluegrass

  • kahkityoong
    Apr 3, 10:59 AM
    the iPad does nothing useful

    One of my patients has locked in syndrome, a condition in which he could only move his eyes. Over a year he regained use of his right hand. The iPad has given him a new lease of life - his voice, entertainment, etc. He would disagree with your idiotic statement.

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Kentucky Bluegrass any
  • Kentucky Bluegrass any

  • PowerFullMac
    Jan 12, 02:21 PM
    I think Front Row itself is a bit crippled... I cant even play music in the main menu or when I watch a photo slideshow, exept that default crap!

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Kentucky bluegrass and
  • Kentucky bluegrass and

  • lorductape
    Nov 27, 05:08 PM
    I just hope they adjust their prices while they are at it. I love the Apple monitors but they are overpriced. Go to CompUSA and you can find at least 4-5 20" wide-screen monitors from $250-$399. At $699 they are way out or touch with the rest of the market. I could see paying a $100 premium at $499 but not $300.

    I agree, however, you get what you pay for, as has been proven many times before by apple. how many other monitors of the pix. dimensions of the 30' are there on the market? the resolutions are amazing! also, I haven't seen many dvi's, it amazes me that most consumer monitors are still vga. price = quality when it comes to apple.

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Kentucky bluegrass and various
  • Kentucky bluegrass and various

  • Lukeit
    Mar 31, 02:43 AM
    Regarding the launchpad... I can't remove applications anymore...
    When I click "option" the icons get to "shake" but there is not X sign to click to delete the app... they just wiggle and can't be deleted.
    Any of you the same?

    Also very difficult to move them around...

    In my experience launchpad was working better on preview 1!


    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Kentucky Bluegrass Color
  • Kentucky Bluegrass Color

  • HiRez
    May 2, 04:56 PM
    So are Mac apps sold though the App Store expected to keep all assets in their respective bundle, and not utilize Application Support? Would this uninstaller method remove files not in the app's bundle? What about preferences?

    p.s. I think a lot of people are overreacting to this. Remember when everyone was all up in arms with the fear that the Final Cut rewrite would be a dumbed down iOS style iMovie? Well, instead it looks awesome. Yes, it borrows from iOS and from iMovie, but it takes the best parts of those to make a better, more powerful, and at the same time, easier to use, product. Hopefully Apple is doing the same in regards to Lion. Have a little faith!

    Kentucky Bluegrass Lawn. Kentucky Bluegrass still
  • Kentucky Bluegrass still

  • Grimace
    Nov 15, 07:58 AM
    Gosh, I'll be able to email and type Word docs SO much faster!! :p

    May 3, 01:08 AM
    First of all, this looks like this only works when you are in LaunchPad mode so there, it makes perfect sense. I truly doubt the press/hold/jiggle works in the Applications folder, where it would be very out-of-place.

    Imagine that Apple did not put in the feature there in LaunchPad which is suppose to be iPad-like... people would come out of the woodwork to piss/moan about how Apple was lame to not unify the process with the press/hold/jiggle.

    Secondly, this only works for Apps that have been downloaded from the App store,... this is probably implemented so that when you say YES, delete this, it will then give you an option to rate the App while simply deleting the App with a Command-Delete or a drag to the Trash would not invoke such a Rating option.

    Thirdly, it's not like Apple is taking away the other options of trashing an App. Use the method that you're like and MYOB and STHU. Honestly.

    50% of Mac buyers are new users so they're use to this from iPhones/iPads/iPods. Let them be comfortable. I've been on a Mac since 1995 but I realize that Apple needs to help switchers be comfortable. All the changes to Mac OS X that I've seen so far, I'm really looking forward. If you don't want 'em. Don't upgrade. Oh... and STHU.

    Mac Fly (film)
    Sep 6, 07:11 PM
    Quality is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay more important to me, than price.
    There I said it!

    When I see those delicious trailers, I cry for movies like that. Please God make it happen. 720p would be unbelievable, but I would believe it.

    Aug 31, 03:23 PM
    Ahh crippling like using inferior Gpu's like in ProMac & Mini? Both GMA950 & 7300 are bottom tier.

    The 7300GT is a lot better than the name implies. It's more like a 7600 light than a regular 7300. Specs are significantly better for this card than the Radeon x1600 the iMacs use.

    Are the Yonah chips being phased out now that Merom is coming on line?

    I would think the same fab would produce the Merom chips...

    Yes. Any yonahs around would probably be from existing stock. It's a direct replacement.

    Sep 6, 09:32 AM
    new processor needs new motherboard, there for new sistem needs new case, i think their gonna release a new mbp and will be aa killer!

    The "Merom" Core 2 Duo does not require a new logic board. It is pin-compatible with the current Core Duo processor so all they'd have to do is pop the old one out and pop the new one in - no need for a new enclosure.

    Never said they won't do it though...

    Sep 16, 04:41 PM
    The Incipio DermaSHOT would have better quality, right?

    Perhaps, but it's also nearly 20 times as expensive.

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