Tuesday, July 26, 2011

london underground zones 1 and 2

london underground zones 1 and 2. Underground Map Zones 1-6.
  • Underground Map Zones 1-6.



  • salmonstk
    Apr 26, 12:49 PM
    my bet is its free for a year with any purchase of a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or ipod touch.

    Then perhaps $20 a year after. Which if true would mean few people would ever pay as long as you rbuy a new Mac or iPhone or iPad every couple of years





    london underground zones 1 and 2. Old Street station is a London
  • Old Street station is a London



  • seanpholman
    Mar 13, 06:07 PM
    At 10:30 this morning Bristol had a few white Verizon pads and a few black 16GB WiFi pads. Neither was what I was looking for. I went to MV, Spectrum, Fashion Isalnd, called Brea and Cerritos - all sold out. I am going back to Bristol for opening time tomorrow.

    --Sean





    london underground zones 1 and 2. Geographically accurate Zone 1
  • Geographically accurate Zone 1



  • simX
    Oct 18, 06:22 PM
    Yes, thank you. At least someone else out there is emotionally distanced enough from the iPod and the Apple entertainment sector to be a bit objective.

    Innovation: just what happened to Apple's innovative spirit when it comes to computers? The latest Mac Pro was fitted into the existing (and way oversized) G5 case. The MacBook was disappointing in that - proportionally - Apple did not shrink it at all or make it lighter than its predecessor (a design which had been in existence for about four years). There are more things, but I really don't want to sound like a troll here...

    Apple needs to come out with new computer models that are unlike anything else out there. What about a tiny, thin ultraportable? What about a smaller tower, so those of us that want a pro computer don't have to invest in an oversized monster (which is larger than any PCs in the market that I am aware of). Aren't computers supposed to get SMALLER as the technology advances? Why is Apple obsessed with making the iPod smaller and smaller, but does not care as much about its laptops and desktops?

    The answer: profit, or course. The iPod is Apple's cash cow. And this, my friends, is what I mean when I say that Apple needs to be partitioning off a little of its innovative energy that it is putting into its entertainment sector and bring it back to the computer line.

    Understood now?

    OK, now fire away :)

    *sigh* How many times do we have to refute your assertions with facts before you stop repeating them?

    To wit, the iPod is not Apple's "cash cow". By definition, if there is something that gains more revenue/profit than the iPod, then the iPod cannot be the cash cow. 58% of Apple's revenue still came from sales of Macs. Gross margins for both Macs and iPods has always been similar (hovering a bit below 30%), so the Mac also generates the majority of the profit for Apple.

    As for Apple's innovative spirit lacking when it comes to the Macs, let's just point out that it Apple updated the iPod in October 2005 to the 5th generation, and we JUST got the 5.5th generation last month. Apple took a year to add slightly brighter screens, better battery life (only for video), and games. The nano just gained the anodized aluminum exterior -- wow, Apple's reaching back to the past for it's innovation now! And the shuffle got slimmed down and consolidated into one product. All this doesn't sound exactly like innovation to me. (Of course, Apple doesn't really need to innovate, since they're already selling iPods by the boatload.)

    In contrast, Apple brought all of its Macs over to the Intel processor. The Mac Pro was dramatically higher value, what with double-wide graphics card slot, dual optical drives, 4 internal hard drive bays, etc., etc. All Macs (except for the Mac Pro) now have Front Row and a remote, which is a great feature. Built-in iSights have also migrated across the entire product line. The MacBook and MacBook Pro now have MagSafe -- a great innovation. Boot Camp is now supported on all new Macs. The Xserve has new features like lights-out management, redundant power supplies, etc. And we've seen some great things coming for Leopard, what with Time Machine and Spaces and iChat Theater and Core Animation and iCal Server, etc., etc., etc.

    It seems to me that Apple is innovating more on the Macintosh side of things than they are with the iPod. What are they going to add next on the iPod -- wireless? *gasp*, so innovative!

    Seriously, can we stop with this myth already? It's the same thing with all of Apple's "woes" with quality control (which was busted by the recent consumer reports articles where Apple has actually brought DOWN the number of new computers needing repair in their first year). It's something that's repeated ad nauseum by a few vocal people, when it's really not a problem at all. Same here: everybody gawks and writes about the iPod precisely because more people can afford it and more people can use it with whatever computer they have. So, obviously, you will hear more about the iPod.

    Let's see if repeating myself again has any effect: the iPod is not Apple's cash cow!

    Understood now?

    OK, now fire away :rolleyes:





    london underground zones 1 and 2. Zone: 2 Line: East London
  • Zone: 2 Line: East London



  • Benjy91
    Apr 28, 08:23 PM
    Wow.... thats really a lot of Negatives, do you people honestly care THAT MUCH? :confused:





    london underground zones 1 and 2. London Underground Map 2011.
  • London Underground Map 2011.



  • Lesser Evets
    Apr 11, 03:10 PM
    It's a great step. I can't imagine needing more speed than a Thunderbolt connection, for the next decade, IMO. Most people don't specifically need such speed, but it is good to have. As for professional use for large files and video editing: boffo. Looks brilliant.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. London Underground - click
  • London Underground - click



  • WeegieMac
    Apr 14, 02:03 PM
    Even with it ticked it still doesn't update play counts. That's where the bug is.
    Tried it on OS X and Windows and still doesn't work. I've heard it works fine from computers and Apple TV but on devices it doesn't even though it's suppose to.

    Hmmm, strange. A lot of people got caught out by that little check box, which is why I posted it.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. “The London Underground is an
  • “The London Underground is an



  • RMo
    Apr 28, 07:02 PM
    I'm pretty sure it's just an illusion because of the color difference and the angle of the shot. Makes no sense why Apple would need to or want to do that.

    Bleeding light, maybe? Perhaps the plastic needed to be a bit thicker to prevent this. Alternatively, maybe they're providing a "free," built-in sort of bumper to mitigate the antenna problems. :)





    london underground zones 1 and 2. London+underground+zones
  • London+underground+zones



  • Eriden
    Mar 16, 08:02 AM
    Uh-oh, if you arent position 1 in front of the Apple Store, then the guy is probably a scalper. I think it's mostly mall employees lined up inside right now. I managed to get in with a hopeful mall employee just before 5am.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. London Underground map.
  • London Underground map.



  • Qwest905
    Jan 27, 06:53 AM
    http://img163.imageshack.us/img163/5308/sonyhtss37001.jpg (http://img163.imageshack.us/i/sonyhtss37001.jpg/)

    i bought it on friday and man the sound is amazing=D!!! the only thing missing is that i have to buy a HDMI Switcher for my PS3:) so i can enjoy my blu-ray movies/concert on my 32" TV and it all fitted in my room hehe:P

    isn't that the htss370...that should have 3 hdmi inputs and one output...you don't need a switcher





    london underground zones 1 and 2. Waterloo from the London Eye
  • Waterloo from the London Eye



  • jhande
    Nov 11, 11:04 AM
    One of my main reasons for getting the MB vs. keeping my iBook was Parallels.

    I develop for several platforms, so this was 'made in heaven' if i worked.

    Well, after a month of testing and developing I can say that Parallels has been an unqualified success.

    Currently I'm running Ubuntu, Solaris 10 (Dtrace, zones and ZFS rules, but that is another debate), and Win2k. Apart from an issue getting the screen resolution right in Sun's Java Desktop, I have had no problems whatsoever.

    Since I'm not doing any 3D work, graphics acceleration isn't an issue for me.

    It's the best 70-odd dollars I've ever spent.

    Oh yeah, to the guy with stability issues..... I have no idea what you've been doing to your machine, but I haven't yet had a kernel panic of any kind (nor a BSOD in Parallels), so I don't recognize the situation at all. And, believe me, when you rape a system the way I do, running a long compile in the background while at the same time converting a video (just to see the stress handling capabilities - I wouldn't do that normally, compiles take too long :)), you get a good feel for the stability of the system. This baby is rock solid.

    For the record: MB CD 2GB 120GBHD

    /jhande





    london underground zones 1 and 2. 20mph Zone in London Credit:
  • 20mph Zone in London Credit:



  • Jumpman2033
    May 3, 08:14 AM
    A very "noobish" question.....Are iMac's upgradable? The reason i ask is because my current computer is a Dell XPSONE 24 (all in one machine). It has been great, but is rapidly becoming outdated. I can no longer update my graphics card without issues and due to the machines design i cannot upgrade the graphics card. (power supply cannot handle anything better).

    I am really considering the iMac because i love the all-in-one designs and fits what i need. However, i don't want to be stuck in this same situation in 2 -3 years.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. become London underground
  • become London underground



  • reflex
    Oct 24, 08:01 AM
    In case it wasn't posted yet: the 15" superdrive now does dual layer again. And FW800 is back.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. of the London Underground
  • of the London Underground



  • monaarts
    Apr 14, 02:24 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)

    I am going with either universal apps for iOS and Mac or appletv. Nothing else makes sense.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. London+map+zones+1+6
  • London+map+zones+1+6



  • nefan65
    Apr 12, 11:04 AM
    That's my main concern with the next iPhone and iOS. Android has really evolved and come along way since its first iterations whereas iOS has started to become a tad bit stale, even with jailbreaking.

    That is the million dollar question. What will it have, what won't it have...? No one really knows at this point; except Apple...

    I suspect they're waiting for the release of Lion, then they'll start on the iOS stuff shortly after. They could be doing it in parallel. But I'm sure they don't want to sabotage their own product announcements. I mean, more people want iOS 5 than Lion, because more people own iPhones. If they announce both, then Lion will be overshadowed...IMO.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. Heathrow Terminals 1, 2,
  • Heathrow Terminals 1, 2,



  • samcolak
    Apr 22, 11:07 AM
    No, but Bash is. I meant the GNU/Berkeley as a hybrid BSD userland with GNU parts thrown in. I know the difference quite clearly thank you.

    Bash is under the GPL license - not GNU. Never has been GNU see source link -> http://www.opensource.apple.com/release/mac-os-x-106/

    BTW - No part of MacOSX is distributed under GNU licensing...





    london underground zones 1 and 2. The London Underground is a
  • The London Underground is a



  • AHDuke99
    Apr 14, 12:22 PM
    I'll only upgrade if this fixed the ****** animation glitches and battery drain. 4.3 h been a nightmare and the first update to it certainly didn't fix much. I'll wait for a report.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. is in zones 1 and 2.
  • is in zones 1 and 2.



  • Icaras
    Apr 26, 12:46 PM
    I would happily pay the current fee for MobileMe if Apple offered some better options for hosting a website. Right now I pay for web hosting for a family blog and a flickr pro account. If I could host my wordpress blog on my idisk space with my own domain name, I would sign up right now.

    You could always do this. I have my own domain name and host on MobileMe.

    Though I haven't figured out how to use an email address using my domain name and have mail hosted via MobileMe. I wish they would add that feature.





    london underground zones 1 and 2. of the London Underground,
  • of the London Underground,



  • koobcamuk
    May 4, 06:43 AM
    1) Is this a permanent move to a Fall Release of the iPhone?

    But as this move proves, the June release wasn't permanent either... so none of the dates are permanent, nor ever will be. I suppose you mean, "for a year or two"...?





    london underground zones 1 and 2. Zone 1 (central zone) of the
  • Zone 1 (central zone) of the



  • Apple OC
    May 1, 10:52 PM
    Obama's speech was awesome

    Very well spoken ... never hurts to remind those who may think that he was some bit player in Al-Queda

    I am very happy that Bin Laden got what was coming to him ... we also need to continue the fight on terrorism





    Sparced
    May 3, 08:07 AM
    $200 difference between 21.5" and 27" iMac and the rest of the specs are the same, is it usually that price?





    Tower-Union
    Sep 20, 10:08 AM
    Disregard, did a little googling :p





    Compile 'em all
    Apr 1, 06:53 AM
    My baby boy just pooped and it it is just about the same color of it.:eek:

    You sir, just won 9000 internets for this post. Congrats! :D





    Lennholm
    Apr 22, 10:28 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)

    This is a new low for Samsung. Apple had a specific complaint about a specific device. Now Samsung replies with this patent nonsense? Really it makes Samsung look desperate and weak.

    I bet one day in the near future Samsung will regret this move. Apple will source other fabs for their business. Micron, AMD's spun-off foundry, heck even Intel would probably work something out just for Intel. These American companies wouldn't steal Apple's IP.

    Patent nonsense? Do you know what claims Samsung are making? You know, Samsung has alot of technological patents, technologies that the end user knows and cares little about.
    We can all see that the Galaxy S look strikingly similar to the 3GS (both look cheap imho) but it's hard for us to see if Apple simply stole technologies from Samsung and put it under the hood)
    This doesn't necessarily make Samsung look desperate and week, maybe they up til now simply didn't care that their patents were infringed upon since they felt they had a great collaboration with Apple but when Apple all of sudden decides to pull this off; no more mr nice guy.
    Don't be so quick to make assumptions.





    bizill
    Apr 26, 01:28 PM
    Wow, it's entertaining how some people are whining that this won't be free. You really think Apple spent tens of millions of $$ (at a minimum) on a 12 Petabyte data center just to give the service away?



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