Saturday, July 2, 2011

alliances in ww1

    alliances in ww1. Italian WW1 Political Cartoons
  • Italian WW1 Political Cartoons

  • Geckotek
    Apr 14, 01:11 PM
    LOL I feel the same way...oh..wait a sec.

    alliances in ww1. File:Ww1-military alliances
  • File:Ww1-military alliances

  • ijimk
    Oct 10, 03:04 PM
    do you think these updated macbooks will have a true video card and not an intergrated one? :confused:

    alliances in ww1. alliances of ww1. alliances of
  • alliances of ww1. alliances of

  • cantthinkofone
    Mar 21, 09:24 PM
    There's a chain email going around here in NZ saying not to buy from BP or Mobil for the rest of the year. I'm not expecting it to do much good though...

    I hate those. Or when I hear people talking about it. How do they expect that to do anything?

    alliances in ww1. Alliances In World War 1.
  • Alliances In World War 1.

  • Blue Velvet
    Oct 26, 03:56 AM
    I've decided to not go today... got other things to do. Have a good time, those that will be there. :)


    alliances in ww1. alliances in world war 1.
  • alliances in world war 1.

  • slffl
    Sep 25, 10:27 AM
    Wow, it looks like that's it. I guess we shouldn't expect much if Jobs isn't doing the presentation himself.

    alliances in ww1. Russia bound by their treaty
  • Russia bound by their treaty

  • Skika
    Apr 5, 10:55 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Really cant wait when the iPad will have serious processing power :).


    alliances in ww1. were the trigger for WWI.
  • were the trigger for WWI.

  • Jedi128
    Oct 26, 03:45 PM
    Its just disappointing to see something intel only. I thought this would be extremely rare, and it should never actually happen. Don't they understand that you ABSOLUTELY HAVE to support older systems. Not everyone has the means to just buy a brand new computer everytime software they want is released. I hope this is just a one off case of it being Windows only, and Adobe just making it intel only cause it was easier.

    alliances in ww1. Causes of WWI - background
  • Causes of WWI - background

  • KeithPratt
    Dec 19, 10:04 AM
    I think we can all agree on one thing: music is the real winner here.


    alliances in ww1. JPGamp;imgrefurlhttp://www.ww1-
  • JPGamp;imgrefurlhttp://www.ww1-

    Apr 5, 10:44 AM
    Nobody is upset that after 4+ years they're STILL using the chrome back?!?!?

    alliances in ww1. alliances of ww1.
  • alliances of ww1.

  • temtexdent
    May 2, 02:40 PM
    I actually have a similar caliper in my office as we use it quite often for precise measurements (seriously). I checked out my white phone that I received on Saturday. Mine had various readings around the phone from 0.373 to 0.378, but none were 0.0370. Of course I have not calibrated it in a while.

    I went and measured one of my employee's black phones and it measured from about 0.375 to 0.378.

    So I really do no more than just muddy the issue.

    So the question of importance seems to be where this becomes an issue for cases. Otterbox is clearly concerned about it as they have posted something on their website about it. I'm sure they don't want a million returns.


    alliances in ww1. WHEN WWI BEGAN

  • Sydde
    Mar 11, 08:43 PM
    I'm not going for 100% US-made. I'd like something designed and assembled in the US with a US-made frame.

    My American-made Bacchetta has a frame that was drawn and welded in Formosa, and some of the parts are Japanese, but it was designed and assembled in the US. The good German bike is another matter, though.

    alliances in ww1. WW1 in Color
  • WW1 in Color

  • optophobia
    Nov 17, 04:32 PM
    Stolen goods or not, nevermind that - but $300 per kit? :eek:

    Why not just buy a white case?

    sorry, but I will never put a case on my iPhone. It was made to look sexy as it is, naked.

    Cases just ruin it.


    alliances in ww1. WWI, or WW1) is also known
  • WWI, or WW1) is also known

  • mags631
    Jun 18, 04:53 PM
    That is hiding specs from people that would really like to know. That is the people who read the spec sheets and have good reason to do so. Little things add up be it the RAM in an iPhone/iPad, what the SD slot is capable of or any of a number of other devices that are poorly speced on the machine. Is it that difficult to just be honest with your users? Further where is the advantage of not coming clean?

    And you managed to spin something positive into a negative... bravo!

    By the way -- this wasn't too hidden. On page 28 of the user guide:
    Using SD Cards
    The SD card slot on the back of your Mac mini accepts most standard SD (Secure Digital), SDHC (SD High-Capacity), and SDXC (SD Extended Capacity) cards from digital cameras and other devices. You can also use MiniSD, MicroSD, and other smaller cards in a passive adapter. For more information about card sizes, speeds, and capacities, search for “SD” on the Apple Support website at

    alliances in ww1. World War One Alliances 1914
  • World War One Alliances 1914

  • spydr
    Mar 26, 08:06 PM
    1: I believe so.
    2: Jobs, probably.

    Not an iPad. Not a publicity stunt either � they both have a need for a low key meeting so things between them don't get much worse to the merriment of Redmond.


    alliances in ww1. The Pre-World War Alliance
  • The Pre-World War Alliance

  • bjdku
    Sep 27, 11:09 AM
    Never fear. Apple will invent a new number, complete with a new character. 10.4.9 will include updates to all system font files and keyboard layouts containing this new symbol.

    Now that's innovation.

    Ya, who says they won't use hex? Although if they have been using hex all this time it would have been OS A instead of OS 10 :) :)

    alliances in ww1. Triple Alliance cartoon
  • Triple Alliance cartoon

  • thatisme
    Mar 29, 06:29 AM
    I didn't say on different cameras. I said different lenses on the same, crop, camera.

    Look. I own a 7D. I own an EF-s 17-85mm IS USM. I own a EF 50mm prime. I know that if I set the zoom to 50mm and take the same shot as with the prime exact same field of view. EF-s lenses are not corrected for the crop in the way you are saying they are.

    I'll say it again. You are incorrect.

    See this exerpt from read the underlined section carefully.

    What affect does the FOVCF have on lenses? None - physically. The lenses are the same and retain all of their same physical attributes. But, there are some differences in how these lenses are used that should be mentioned ...
    First, most lenses produce the highest quality image from near the center of their image circles. Distortion, softness (opposite of sharpness), vignetting ... These issues often show up in the outside portion of the image circle. Since the FOVCF DSLRs utilize only the center portion of a Canon EF Lens, they often avoid a lens' weaknesses. I say "Canon EF Lens" because Canon EF-S Lenses are made specifically for the 1.6x FOVCF DSLR bodies (but still require the same FOVCF to be applied as the standard Canon EF Lenses to get the equivalent focal length comparison). EF Lens hoods are designed for full-frame bodies.


    alliances in ww1. After WW1
  • After WW1

  • paulold
    Apr 6, 08:27 AM
    Been wanting to get a new iPod Classic for the larger capacity. This report makes me want to hold off, if they are going to improve its dock connector to be faster...

    alliances in ww1. The Alliances Before WWI.
  • The Alliances Before WWI.

  • calcvita
    Apr 5, 06:53 PM
    Those damn Europeans are just so UNAMERICAN!

    ROFL! :D

    thank God, we are so unamerican :p

    alliances in ww1. mobilizing troops as to
  • mobilizing troops as to

  • Dr Kevorkian94
    Nov 27, 12:59 PM
    good for him, i love that in this day in age u can and will get sued over anything.

    Apr 5, 05:44 PM
    I wonder who the first manufacturer was to create a dock connector? I assume IBM? They should sue Apple and give them a piece of their own medicine. You know if the shoe was on the other foot. . .

    The patent is for Apple's specific 30 pin dock connector, and not any dock connector. It's legal protection to allow Apple to go after anyone making unauthorized accessories, not anyone making dock like connectors in general. Instead of suing over "Hey, you didn't use our Made for iPod program", they can sue over "Hey, you violated our patent."

    Oct 7, 10:47 AM
    3.5" was great in 2007 but not anymore. Apple needs to make a 4.2" iPhone ;)

    Mar 15, 03:25 AM
    think (and this is from an increasingly foggy memory :) ) that its 1024 x 768.

    Ordered a standard VGA cable so I should have all my bases covered

    Oct 6, 02:19 PM
    I mean really people do you think iPhone and by extension Apple is permantly tied to just one screen size? Do you realize how stupid that would be from the standpoint of running a competitive business? Beyound that should Apple give up potential sales, to people with different needs, just to keep a bunch of thin skinned people happy with respect to their iPhone purchase?

    In anyevent please stop the whinning about developers, if they followed Apples guide lines their apps would work fine on the new model. In fact many people in these forums really should just shut up until they read the developer documentation.

    Second; I personally find the idea of a slightly larger iPhone to bevery attractive. Considering the comments in the thread many other people do too. Why is pretty straight forward, more info on screen or real estate. This doesn't even have to lead to a massively bigger device either. Length might be impacted only modestly and maybe an 1/8 to a 1/4" wider. Adding one or two rows of text while editing and cutting down on scrolling would be huge. In the end the aspect ratio would be wider and allow for better video play back.

    The important thing is enhanced usability which i think many here are underestimating in importance. For many the current iPhone screen represents a compromise in size (most cell phone screens are) but as technology moves forward supporting bigger screens becomes far easier. The GPUs in the ARM SoC are now to the point where they can drive just about any sized screen (pixel count). So technology has removed many of the barriers to larger screens. It then becomes an issue of salability of the device. Comments in this thread indicate strong demand for a slightly larger model so I don't see a problem.

    Conversely the ability to produce a smaller cell phone is like wise driven by technology. The demands and requirements are different here though. I suspect many would be willing to give up some of iPhones smart phone features but yet retaing some of the advantages. One big one is the very clean syncing that a small iPhone would have to support. Honestly the device doesn't even needs to support the same GUI as the market is different. Here customers are more interested in ultra portable small devices. Apple can be as successful here as they are with smart phones simply by paying atention to details. The should be as the market for these devices is huge, far larger than smart phones.


    Apr 12, 05:38 PM
    neither would qualify as far as the law is concerned. You're merely acting on your own prejudices in those cases. Typically the laws that exist are aimed to prevent you from depriving others of their rights as a citizen, and typically those laws exist only where there's a long history of that happening.

    If people are less likely to use a cashier who is an ethnic minority (which I dispute, but anyway), would that make them less productive and less valuable for their employer?

    So, if it is thought that an ethnic minority would actually do a job worse, because of other people's discrimination, then ethnicity technically would make a difference to their ability to do a job.

    Would this be grounds for not employing them?

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