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Thursday, July 28, 2011

estilos de barba

estilos de barba. arbas estilo libre.
  • arbas estilo libre.



  • notjustjay
    Apr 21, 12:02 PM
    I think I'd prefer a system where only upvotes ("likes") are allowed (e.g. Engadget). That way you can still see who's got the most positive/popular posts while not opening it up quite so much to abuse or the negative connotations associated with a negative score.

    Another forum I visit (RedFlagDeals) has a similar system where people can be "thanked" for particular posts, and then their user profile shows how many times in total people have thanked them. It helps show who is the most helpful or who has a good reputation for providing useful advice.





    estilos de barba. Brad Pitt faz tranças na arba
  • Brad Pitt faz tranças na arba



  • ghostlyorb
    Apr 30, 07:52 AM
    WWDC.. is getting closer and closer!





    estilos de barba. Distintos estilos
  • Distintos estilos



  • Lord Blackadder
    Aug 8, 01:25 AM
    ]
    I would argue that hybrids are a long term solution.More so plug in hybrids I think are a longer term solution. It allows people to charge for their daily stuff at home. Then for longer trips you have an on board generator of some type to continue to charge the batteries.

    So if that best diseal was a hybrid it would have even a longer range and better gas mileage.

    Plug-in hybrids put additional strain on the power grid, a strain it cannot currently handle on a large scale. So plugin electrics are not ready for large-scale adoption yet. If electric cars are to be the future, our power grid needs to be made much, much higher capacity AND a lot greener.

    Lifestyle choices are always going to trump technology in terms of impact on the environment and saving fuel. If everyone made it a point to buy a more efficient car the next time they buy a vehicle, the impact would be truly staggering. If everyone bought a 10% more efficient car, the fuel savings would add up fast.

    We can't rely on technology to pick up the slack and protect us from our own destructive lifestyles. We need to be proactive and make changes, even sacrifices. I admit I still love my sportscars, but they are the least of our worries - it's all the big SUV daily drivers and trucks that are killing us.





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  • de arba e bigode,



  • bassfingers
    Apr 22, 09:45 AM
    +1 I'm all for it!

    teach our kids why rome fell etc.





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  • hemos visto con arba de



  • e12a
    Nov 16, 04:03 PM
    I'll throw up at the notion of having a Turion in any apple. Those things blow.





    estilos de barba. vários estilos de arba
  • vários estilos de arba



  • MattSepeta
    Apr 27, 01:23 PM
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gender it's all a bit grey there....

    Having been a transgender individual in a potentially life threatening situation a couple of times, generally I informed them of my medical history like any sane patient would.

    You're focusing on selective binary aspects of sex in a topic relating to transgender people, do you not think that this could be seen as somewhat offensive and inappropriate?

    As I said, I am what I am, I'm fine with that, I just don't appreciate you "helpfully" pointing out that there are certain aspects of sex-differentiation you can't erase.

    That does not mean you're not being a douchebag when you directly or indirectly call a transsexual woman a man or male, even citing your oversimplified ideas of sex and gender. It propagates a culture that sees us in terms of our troubled history rather than who we are and in some cases will be.

    Does that make things clear for you? I'm not trying to be confrontational for the sake of it.

    I am missing the argument here.... I never meant to be seen as defending "3gsiphone" or whatever that guys name is.... Because his words WERE rude and innapropriate and discriminatory. Damn right they were.





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  • Otro corte de arba que parece



  • saving107
    Mar 17, 12:55 AM
    Funny thing is the kid looked like he was having a crappy day to begin with and probably had it with the madness in the store and looked like he didn't know how to take 2 different forms of payment.

    Whats even funnier is that if you thought he was having a bad day on that day, can you image how he felt the next day when he was probably fired. Oh what a laugh.

    You think you are getting payback from Best Buy, but in the end, Best Buy is doing just fine and that guy is probably unemployed (and I am not saying that he wasn't wrong, but your logic and justification that you got payback from Best Buy is comical).





    estilos de barba. Usted no los conoce
  • Usted no los conoce



  • iBug2
    Apr 29, 08:30 PM
    It'll only happen if people put up with it. The only way to voice your opinion sometimes in a capitalistic society is to simply walk away and not buy/put up with the offending product. I don't like Windows, but I wouldn't like the closed/app store only system on OSX proper either. Linux would be fine if they would standardize a few areas and get some commercial developers on-board (but a good part of that community doesn't like commercial anything).



    No, it'll happen whether we like it or not. Because the industry is going to the iPad like dumbed down devices for every day use, and in 10-15 years those devices will be fast enough for all of us to do almost everything on them. And those devices work much better (actually every device works much better) with a closed App Store due to much less App issues compared to an open market. I can't remember how many times my parents managed to "break" their apps on their mac and call me and fix it for them on the phone. They can't do the same on an iPad as easily. That's the whole idea of a closed system and closed App store. Which is what it should be in the first place.

    PC's aren't actually personal computers. PC's have been designed by engineers, for engineers. So the people who use PC's with zero issues, and solve all their problems themselves are almost as technically proficient as engineers at the moment. And they don't want this to be so. They want every day idiots (I don't like calling my own parents idiots, but when it comes to computers, they are), be able to use these things without any issues. And that's gonna happen with this new paradigm.

    Cloud computing is gonna be huge in 15 years or so. After some point we won't have CPU's at all, all the computation will be done in cloud and we'll just have inputs at home, like a keyboard and mouse or touch, and a screen. Many things will change, and the closed app store will be the least of your worries by then.





    estilos de barba. Barba amp; estilo
  • Barba amp; estilo



  • shen
    Oct 19, 04:50 PM
    I'm sure you could -- go ahead, try me. :)

    With each and every release of a new OS (going back beyond Windows), Microsoft has made hyperbolic claims about how good it was going to be. As anyone who's followed this for a while knows, Microsoft's claims rarely live up to reality. The fact is, a lot of people never even bothered to get onto the XP bandwagon. Do you think they're going to be excited about Vista? Unfortunately for Microsoft, their "good enough" philosophy also works for a lot of their customers. They're used to not being motivated by newer and theoretically better. As you admit, the first version of Vista is going to be a dog, just as the first versions of 95, 98 and XP were. People do learn that the risks can outweigh the benefits. My attitude detector reports that hardly anybody cares about Vista.

    All that being said, Microsoft will sell a zillion copies of Vista. Most of those will be through the OEM pipeline. The OEMs will buy it because they don't have a choice. This is how each and every version of Windows has become a "success." It's Microsoft's dirty little secret.

    vista has zero buzz. i have been in this industry for a little too long, and generally a new win OS creates three specific attitudes in people:

    1) the gamers/geeks "this will be the greatest thing ever! have you seen all the cool (insert useless feature here) and can you imagine what games will be able to do on this thing?!?"

    2) the average person "i don't know, they say it won't crash, and last week i lost everything when (insert virus name here) hit me and this one is supposed to be better about that stuff."

    3) the IT department "we will not be installing any of this platform until it has been tested for compatibility and security for our environment. maybe a year."

    so far on Vista, the gamers have made a few "maybe it will be good" comments. the average joe hasn't said word one. the IT depts i know all have said they won't touch it with a 10 meter cattle prod.

    but we have a 4th user, the MS diehard who is running the beta and RC stuff and keep trying to work up enthusiasm. and nobody cares.

    but as you point out, they WILL sell million of copies. all OEM. if they didn't have their OEM channel so locked down with anti-competative measures, they would have perished after that dog release of windows ME......





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  • [estilos de arba pics] [casas



  • AP_piano295
    Apr 25, 04:17 PM
    I didn't watch the whole video, but from what I watched, they were standing around and laughing.

    Again, they should call the cops and NOT get involved.

    They are hired to flip burgers, not stop violence. If you want your employees to stop a fight, hire an armed guard.

    I hope that if I'm ever being attacked by two people your not the person who I need to rely on, it takes very little time for a person to be seriously injured waiting for the cops is hardly the best option.





    estilos de barba. [estilos de arba pics] [casas
  • [estilos de arba pics] [casas



  • Clive At Five
    Oct 3, 01:36 PM
    The Intel powered Macs and iLife got the lion's share of the MWSF2006 keynote and iWork only got a few slides showing improvements to Keynote and Pages got so I am hoping iWork (new spreadsheet app and a very improved Pages) gets some good airtime at MWSF2007.

    Right! We've all but forgotten about "Numbers" or whatever they're calling it. "Sheets?" I've forgotten what the latest name is.

    -Clive





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  • usar 5 estilos de arbas:



  • 7o7munoz7o7
    May 3, 02:10 PM
    Thanks for the macrumors!!!





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  • Archive » Estilos de Barba



  • sailnavy
    Jan 15, 02:13 PM
    So are we ever going to see Time Machine support for the TB drive I bought for my AEBS in preparation for Time Machine release?





    estilos de barba. Mariah, que tem um estilo bem
  • Mariah, que tem um estilo bem



  • Jaymes
    Mar 28, 02:47 PM
    Because not being eligible for an award ranks right up there with freedom of speech. :rolleyes:

    I think you're missing the point that it was Apple, not Jaymes, who invoked 1984 first. Now, if you want to claim that forcing developers who want to be eligible for one of the most prestigious awards to post their apps to the Mac App store is not Orwellian, then you have every right to say such. I, and I am sure many other application developers, will disagree with you.

    The Mac App store clearly demonstrates Apple's intent to drive the Mac towards as closed of a system as possible, not just for the OS, but for software as well (sort of like the iPad).

    Let's also not forget that the Mac App store work great in a consumer world, not such a great idea in the enterprise and non-profit worlds where licenses tend to be owned by the employer. With the Mac App store, apps are owned by the individual. It makes business sense for Apple but not for the organization who will be purchasing.





    estilos de barba. Barba por Metallica
  • Barba por Metallica



  • SchneiderMan
    Apr 11, 12:25 AM
    Purchased Witnes. So far it works flawlessly! Gives me a little piece of mind when I'm not at home.

    http://www.orbicule.com/images/Banner_Witness1.png





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  • prefiero con arba de tres



  • MDMac
    Jan 6, 02:24 AM
    I can't wait! I'm having trouble sleeping nights... :p





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  • estilos de arba - ♥Ledita y



  • madmax_2069
    Apr 5, 04:03 AM
    did you see anything that recommended in the last page. you need to tell the police to get ahold of MS to tell them that is was infact stollen . cause you wont get anything from them yourself. you have the log's and you have the hardware ID number. and your account that is being used by the thieve. they need to contact MS to get this resolved. cause MS just wont tell you alone i think you can understand why not.

    you have all the paperwork for it which has the ID number for it so MS knows what system to look for. you just need to get the police involved with contacting MS.

    putting this on Digg was a wrong move cause you cant do anything with those trollers. just ignore people you know what happened





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  • Barba-Estilos-Afeitado



  • KnightWRX
    Mar 26, 09:18 PM
    I don't know, that would be one big download. With people still using dial-up, I'm just not seeing it. As for the USB stick, that would be neat and the best way to go, because of the AIR.

    Yeah, installing an OS straight from the Internet ? Never heard of that before. :rolleyes:

    Not everyone is stuck on dial-up, and it would be nice for Apple to finally provide an option that has been the norm in many other OS installers for the last 15 years.

    However, I doubt we won't see optical discs. For one, they are much cheaper and faster to duplicate than Flash memory devices. It would make no sense for Apple to go the costly route of Flash only distribution just yet since most of their line-up still have DVD drives.





    estilos de barba. Estilo Wolverine
  • Estilo Wolverine



  • spazzcat
    May 4, 05:24 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Are you living under a rock? Everything they shown is happening today with the iPad.





    bloodycape
    Nov 16, 02:00 PM
    maybe some misunderstood what they read and assumed it was going to be in laptops. Maybe the real deal with AMD is for the use of the Alchemy processor for maybe the next ipod?





    rtdgoldfish
    Mar 28, 10:56 PM
    The games that were stolen were:
    Crackdown
    Dead or Alive 4
    Dead Rising
    Gears of War
    Oblivion Collector's Edition (but they left the box on the shelf :confused: )
    Perfect Dark Zero Collector's Edition

    I've been keeping an eye on my local Craigslist and hit up eBay a couple times as well. I live in Tallahassee, FL and the zip is 32310.





    ariel
    Sep 25, 11:17 AM
    According to the new features list for Aperture 1.5

    "Run Aperture on any Intel-based Mac. Any desktop, including Mac mini, iMac, and Mac Pro. Or any notebook, including MacBook and MacBook Pro.
    "

    Just FYI, I'm running Aperture with 17k+ images on an iMac 24" 2.1ghz G5 - sometimes slow, but heck i'm doing it and drooling over the 1.5 update





    theman5725
    Nov 16, 02:59 PM
    Apple just switched to Intel. Why would they go to AMD already?





    chrmjenkins
    Apr 25, 11:52 AM
    I don't know if I'd even want them to bother if it's only going from 3.5 to 3.7. Doesn't seem like the difference would be noticeable.

    I just hope they don't call it the 4s. Just use sequential numbers so we don't have model confusion again like the 3g/3gs caused with people expecting 4g to be next.