Rabu, 11 Mei 2011

will mellor and wife

will mellor and wife. My wife and I played Mellor
  • My wife and I played Mellor



  • skeep5
    Apr 5, 02:14 PM
    The only thing uglier than a Scion is a Scion iPhone theme.

    Amen, and amen.





    will mellor and wife. BBC2 will run a season
  • BBC2 will run a season



  • gadget123
    Apr 20, 02:03 PM
    They don't have to do squat really. They can just call it the iPhone 5 and people would still buy it if it only had a slightly better camera in it.

    Well exactly the 3G > 3GS update was minor so the 4/5 will be too.

    Anybody expecting a total redesign in Iphone 5 may feel let down. Many people prefer the Iphone 4 design and I'd rather not see them go back to the older design.





    will mellor and wife. BBC2 will run a season
  • BBC2 will run a season



  • rock6079
    Nov 26, 03:15 PM
    bah! how many times do we have to hear these tablet rumors! one day they will come out with a tablet and one of these rumors will be right, untill then...





    will mellor and wife. Corin Mellor - with his wife,
  • Corin Mellor - with his wife,



  • ticman
    Nov 21, 01:14 PM
    I can't believe your BlueAnt is working for you. Yes my phone is a 3Gs. I had other replies to an earlier post that indicated that Apple did not allow some of the BT technology to work on their phone.

    I will try and "pair" again to iPhone and see if it works. I agree with you re hitting a button on the visor.





    will mellor and wife. Jordan reveals Pete Andre will
  • Jordan reveals Pete Andre will



  • gnasher729
    Apr 25, 09:58 AM
    Is there a link to a site showing that Google logs the tracking info on their servers?

    http://samy.pl/androidmap/

    It finds my router within 150 meters. This is something that should _not_ be possible. Apple claims that it is not possible to access the location data on their servers, unless you are an iPhone asking for its location. So you should only be able to get the location of WiFi base stations nearby - but you know their location anyway.


    It's inaccurate because it doesn't track YOUR location, just the location of your nearest Cell Tower.

    It's not about cell towers, it is about Wifi base stations. And it is not about _your_ location, it is about the location of these WiFi base stations.

    that is the point that apple is critizised for. this is a gaping security hole! nobody has claimed apple is using this information for malicious purposes.

    however Steve answered the question if apple is tracking users. a classic strawman.

    Give us a realistic scenario where this would be an actually security problem. Where a person can access your phone, and has the time to extract this data without being noticed, finds places where you have been, uses this information to hurt you, and could not get this information or hurt you in another way. That's the important thing: It is only a risk if that information, and nothing else, allows someone to hurt you.





    will mellor and wife. We wonder how Posh will be
  • We wonder how Posh will be



  • ravenvii
    May 4, 10:28 PM
    I'm surprised. :)


    Why would the villain ever move out of the lair?

    Are we to assume there are unlimited traps and monsters? Are these of all types, that is, 1 point type, 2 point type, etc.?

    As to the first question, f I answer that, I risk revealing too much. :)

    As to the second, yes the villain has unlimited traps and monsters. And yes, there are different types that costs different amounts of points. The more points, the bigger and badder the monster or trap is, obviously.





    will mellor and wife. And Kimberley Walsh will host
  • And Kimberley Walsh will host



  • GregA
    Jul 31, 12:51 AM
    Just wondering - what would happen if Apple allowed Airport Extreme/Express etc (AND every Mac which has Wireless) to become a hub that anyone with a .Mac account could log in to and use?

    Basically, as a Mac owner with a wireless card, you could elect to share your bandwidth for $5/GB (or something appropriate depending on country). Any .Mac subscriber could use your connection, and it would credit your .Mac account (redeemable on .Mac fees, roaming onto other people's networks, iTMS, or Apple store).

    How much coverage would you get through this? Would it be legal?





    will mellor and wife. his estranged wife Jo will
  • his estranged wife Jo will



  • bigpics
    Apr 25, 10:30 AM
    Too late for that: http://www.spokeo.com/Holy Guacamole. But I'm not worried. It doesn't know my favorite pizza. Yet.

    And in my case - not much fuel for password hackers to know my challenge question answers, but the fact is that more and more info about us can be reverse engineered from our digital "tracks" to build up quite a picture.

    Speaking of pictures, I was just hearing that it's possible to gather other bits, e.g., from EXIF data on Flickr, Picasa, etc., including user annotations, avatar names from forums, etc. Also mentioned was a technique of "surrounding" your IP address from the servers it interacts with over time to pin its location down. And there are a growing number of other sources - e.g., facebook (besides what most of us make public there, just start some stupid app that requires "access to your basic information" and give the app away for the info) and other social and dating sites.

    The "net" result (so to speak) is that little to none of the data may compromise you on its own - but when assembled could be quite a portfolio of info about you (and your associations and patterns of associations) that could be used to hack your ID, track you and more.

    Not to mention if you live in any major city and go to stores, public buildings, etc., you're being photographed many, many times per day. (In London, up to thousands of times per day, e.g.)

    But for all the arguing in the larger media and here, the simple question of why THIS file exists, and what its real intended use is hasn't yet been directly addressed by nearly anyone, especially anyone in a position to actually know.

    It's not there for no reason and didn't program itself to exist. That doesn't pass any Occam's Razor or smell test. So what the hell IS the story with it??

    Meanwhile, for get off the grid wishers, your moment of zen:

    Transmit the message, to the receiver
    Hope for an answer some day
    I got three passports, couple of visas
    Don't even know my real name

    High on a hillside, trucks are loading
    Everything's ready to roll, I, I
    I sleep in the daytime, I work in the nigh time
    I might not ever get home

    This ain't no party, this ain't no disco
    This ain't no fooling around
    This ain't no mud club, or C. B. G. B.
    I ain't got time for that now

    This ain't no party, this ain't no disco
    This ain't no fooling around
    No time for dancing, or lovey dovey
    I ain't got time for that now

    Heard about Houston? Heard about Detroit?
    Heard about Pittsburgh, PA?
    You ought to know not to stand by the window
    Somebody see you up there

    I got some groceries, some peanut butter
    To last a couple of days
    But I ain't got no speakers
    Ain't got no headphones
    Ain't got no records to play

    ~David Byrne (Life During Wartime)





    will mellor and wife. Roland, wife Lisette, Andre
  • Roland, wife Lisette, Andre



  • ChazUK
    Apr 23, 04:30 PM
    Wish Apple did something towards resolution independence and not make images bigger and bigger. :confused:

    That was what I was about to say. Assets getting bigger and bigger would be a waste of space wouldn't it?





    will mellor and wife. The BBC1 drama, which will
  • The BBC1 drama, which will



  • KindredMAC
    Jul 30, 02:20 PM
    Blah Blah Blah..... how many times are we gonna hear about this elusive Apple iPhone???????





    will mellor and wife. Tom Mellor - Letter from
  • Tom Mellor - Letter from



  • Chupa Chupa
    Sep 11, 10:54 AM
    I really expect all of the above - though "true video iPod" and 6G iPod I think are one in the same. The only logical way to have a widescreen iPod is to have a virtual scroll wheel.

    As for the movie store...I think I remember SJ in an interview awhile back saying, while he likes the purchase model for music, movies lend themselves to the subscription model because most people only watch a movie once or twice, Star Wars geeks notwithstanding. So I think the movie store is going to be like a true movie store. If you want to buy a movie you can, but the emphasis will be more on a NetFlix type model. A $15/mo sub gets you 3 movies at a time, unlimited d/ls per mo. Alternatively, you could rent a single movie for $4, viewable for a week or so. For people who don't have time to convert a DVD to an iPod viewable format that makes sense. Buying for $15 or $10 isn't going to excite anyone I don't think.





    will mellor and wife. It will not surprise you that
  • It will not surprise you that



  • QCassidy352
    Aug 11, 12:33 PM
    I've said all along the imac will get conroe. With woodcrest in the mac pro, I'd say it's pretty well guaranteed. The imac only got a laptop processor because it was the only choice. From here on out it'll get the desktop processor it deserves.

    I also think the macbook will get merom sooner rather than later. The two lines will still be differentiated by size, screen res, casing, backlit keys, dedicated graphics, and express card slot. The macbook needs to compete against PC laptops, not the macbook pro. The processors will pretty similar on the G4 laptops before intel (1.33/1.42 for the ibook, 1.5/1.67 for the powerbook) and yet there were still plenty of compelling reasons to go for the powerbook. Same thing still applies.





    will mellor and wife. After the project, he will
  • After the project, he will



  • Splen
    Mar 29, 01:40 PM
    Meteorologist??? I guess you mean the Geologists.

    I hope that Japan recover fast from this terrible catastrophe.

    seismologist?





    will mellor and wife. Phil#39;s then wife,
  • Phil#39;s then wife,



  • Benjy91
    Apr 25, 09:38 AM
    He's saying Apple do not keep records of your location.

    Why would they want to know where their customers are?

    It's already been discovered Android phones keep a record of their movements in an identical way to iPhone.





    will mellor and wife. In 1951, May married John
  • In 1951, May married John



  • toddybody
    Apr 24, 09:10 AM
    Ps: Happy Easter everyone:)





    will mellor and wife. told to writer Kay Mellor
  • told to writer Kay Mellor



  • gorgeousninja
    Apr 25, 09:47 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)

    Call me naive (or perhaps paranoid) but I've been assuming my location is being tracked since I bought my first smart phone years ago.

    You have every right to be paranoid




    will mellor and wife. Ryan Mellor for State
  • Ryan Mellor for State



  • gnasher729
    Apr 25, 09:58 AM
    Is there a link to a site showing that Google logs the tracking info on their servers?

    http://samy.pl/androidmap/

    It finds my router within 150 meters. This is something that should _not_ be possible. Apple claims that it is not possible to access the location data on their servers, unless you are an iPhone asking for its location. So you should only be able to get the location of WiFi base stations nearby - but you know their location anyway.


    It's inaccurate because it doesn't track YOUR location, just the location of your nearest Cell Tower.

    It's not about cell towers, it is about Wifi base stations. And it is not about _your_ location, it is about the location of these WiFi base stations.

    that is the point that apple is critizised for. this is a gaping security hole! nobody has claimed apple is using this information for malicious purposes.

    however Steve answered the question if apple is tracking users. a classic strawman.

    Give us a realistic scenario where this would be an actually security problem. Where a person can access your phone, and has the time to extract this data without being noticed, finds places where you have been, uses this information to hurt you, and could not get this information or hurt you in another way. That's the important thing: It is only a risk if that information, and nothing else, allows someone to hurt you.





    will mellor and wife. with his future wife.
  • with his future wife.



  • sineplex
    Apr 6, 05:30 PM
    Shame people are brainwashed by Apple with their crappy product, and the superior tablet is behind on sales. Im sure it will pick up soon.

    why is it a shame? because everyone isn't buying what you're buying?

    just enjoy what ever you like and be thankful that you have choices.
    please support motorolla, please support apple and everyone else.

    these really are just glorified toys for adults but people talk about them like theyr'e the holy grail.





    will mellor and wife. Derek Mellor, 51, got out of
  • Derek Mellor, 51, got out of



  • Daveoc64
    May 4, 03:11 PM
    If I want, I can install Mac OS X SL or Leopard on a 1000 machines using the same CD. :)

    Not legally.





    GoodWatch
    Apr 5, 02:06 PM
    Apple is a business whose mission is to sell phones, computers, and software. You as a customer buy those products, but they are designed by Apple. If you have a problem with Apple establishing a standard across its products to ensure quality, then you can just stop using them. That easy, just stop buying Apple products and stop using them, period.

    Apple sells me their products at a phenomenal margin but after that I'm the owner. If I want to throw my iPhone into a lake, it's up to me. (Bar the environmental issues). If I want to jailbreak, it's up to me. If I want to apply a theme made by a car manufacturer it's up to me. So please stop using those dogmas. Every time something like this is reported, fanboys start using those wafer thin arguments. We aren't brainwashed drones, are we?





    -aggie-
    May 4, 11:59 AM
    Ah!
    If i remember right, last time you tried we had to take you to the White Witch of Cupertino Mountains to get rid of your tail...

    Your insolence grows tiresome. :)

    What does the OP mean we found a healing treasure and it has no effect? I thought we'd get an extra 5 HP for that.





    LionsKiss
    Sep 16, 02:36 PM
    Current MBP specs 12" would be perfect for me, fast, portable. Of course if a 12" MBP comes then a C2D comes.





    -aggie-
    May 5, 09:24 AM
    Hmmm..

    When he is in his lair, in the presence of the Artifact, the Villain can:

    1) summon and place one or more new monster to any empty room(s), provided he has the required turns/points. Bigger and badder monsters cost more points. Once a monster is assigned to a room, it can never be moved elsewhere or otherwise removed by the villain.

    2) build one or more new trap and place it in any empty room, including already explored ones, provided he has enough points. Bigger and more painful traps cost more points.

    1 and 2 can be combined in one turn, provided enough points are available

    3) heal himself (1 HP per 1 point)

    from any position he can

    4) move to another room (similar to the heroes, each room he moves through consumes one turn)

    5) wait and earn 1 turn/point. The villain can instead decide (active communication to the GM) to wait and collect points, which can then be used to summon monsters or build traps (to do this he has to go back to the Lair).

    he can wait for as many consecutive turns he likes, in which no other actions are performed by the villain.





    rand()
    Aug 2, 12:14 PM
    You got it wrong. If you can't have cameras.. you CAN'T HAVE CAMERAS even if they're NOT being used.

    I don't think that's what the OP meant... it could be though. I think what he meant was don't use the new Apple displays, get a different brand without one built in. And at least with a desktop, you have that option.

    My father-in-law can't buy one of the new Intel MacBook/MBP's simply because of the camera. He does government work occasionally, and they'll stop him at the door with anything that can behave as a camera, camphones & camlaptops included.

    Maybe if they had some kind of lock-able latch that he could cover the camera and give the key to the door man... I've seen covers, but not lockable ones. That way, the agency/company can be secure knowing that the cameras have been rendered non-functional. I guess he could also simply shatter the lens, although that seems a bit extreme :-).

    -rand()



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