יום שלישי, 17 במאי 2011

Aunts On A Log

Aunts On A Log. keepsakes for aunts uncles
  • keepsakes for aunts uncles

  • RebeccaL
    Apr 1, 06:44 AM
    I hope they add 4:2 cropping. It is silly that the iPhone app can croop in many aspect ratios but does not crop in the iphone aspect ratio.

    Aunts On A Log. Gorgeous decor at my aunt and
  • Gorgeous decor at my aunt and

  • scan300
    Jul 23, 09:25 AM
    File creator for iMovie is: Hway
    File type for iMovie is: TeXT

    iMovie files are just script files.

    Aunts On A Log. Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge
  • Aunt Spiker and Aunt Sponge

  • Trey1984
    May 1, 11:35 PM
    Please pm

    Aunts On A Log. AUNTS

  • mhn1234
    Apr 26, 08:29 AM
    i have an app called Wi-FI finder - im not jailbroken and it seems to work pretty well

    Aunts On A Log. My elder aunt handled the
  • My elder aunt handled the

  • UpDownAeroplane
    Aug 1, 06:36 PM
    What OS are you running and version and how did you get it to look that good?

    the wallpaper says it all, it's linux ubuntu.:D

    Aunts On A Log. Sadly, that aunt has been very
  • Sadly, that aunt has been very

  • skellener
    Mar 31, 01:51 PM
    I agree with most of what you're saying... but I think it's adobe's goal to push the most creative software on whatever they can. It's Apple's goal to provide the best experience for most people. Way more people are interested in using an iPad without a stylus - why sacrifice all those people for the minority of artists.

    You want to draw, grab a wacom and mac.But if you want to go draw at the zoo or something, the iPad would make sense. Right now, pencil and paper are more convenient than a wacom and a mac for being mobile. I'd still like to see the iPad get to the point where a stylus makes sense for drawing on the go with it.

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  • Uploaded by Dublin Aunts Start

  • Dbrown
    Apr 21, 10:52 AM
    REALLY? You're going to throw a 3 and 4 year old phone into the argument? Fine. How many old Android phones can run all the available apps. Heck, how many Android phones less than a year old run all the apps available?:rolleyes:

    all of them.

    Aunts On A Log. My Aunt Yolly Aristorenas
  • My Aunt Yolly Aristorenas

  • mattwolfmatt
    May 2, 10:44 PM
    What's in it for me? Seriously, the owner of Macrumors makes $100K plus off this site (so much that he quit his job AS A DOCTOR.) Why should I give blood just to glorify the name of his website & make him richer?

    What's in it for me?

    Weirdest comment ever. But, it did make me realize that perhaps arn's medical history has persuaded him to push for blood donation. Great!

    Aunts On A Log. My mother, grandmother, aunts
  • My mother, grandmother, aunts

  • Missjenna
    May 3, 03:33 AM
    So after some more digging around, I managed to find KeepRecipes and it is exactly what I am looking for. It's sort of like the instagram for recipes. So far, I really love it.

    Aunts On A Log. (My aunts are incredibly
  • (My aunts are incredibly

  • wordoflife
    May 1, 07:18 PM
    It could be the screen protector, the only way is to check by removing it.

    Aunts On A Log. Aunt Jill carried him to the
  • Aunt Jill carried him to the

  • PhelpsiPhan
    Oct 20, 10:51 AM
    yeah i got it

    Thanks anyway :)

    Aunts On A Log. Art of the Aunt PANKS
  • Art of the Aunt PANKS

  • frunkis54
    Oct 29, 01:01 PM

    thank you :)

    Aunts On A Log. My aunt, the eldest sister in
  • My aunt, the eldest sister in

  • markm49uk
    Oct 10, 04:46 PM
    twitter to me at a personal level that RSS did at a website level. the way i use twitter is to "follow" people that mean something to me. Graphic designers, musicians, comedians, celebrities, and of course friends. Its great to get incite in what these creative minds are doing through out the day. I don't care what a certain person ate for breakfast, but that certain person might have a really awesome link to share. thats the key to twitter. link sharing.

    I also use twitter to research. If i am interested in a product, i will type in the product into twitter search and you get instant results to what real people are saying in real time. Thats how i use Twitter, and see some of its benefits.

    Cheers - interesting. Never thought of using it for product searches etc.

    Aunts On A Log. all the aunts were back in
  • all the aunts were back in

  • datamonger128
    Mar 31, 12:43 PM
    Why is this thread still open? Christmas was three months ago.

    Aunts On A Log. nieces, cousins, aunts,
  • nieces, cousins, aunts,

  • timswim78
    Jan 9, 04:59 PM
    I answered that the keynote was excellent. Although, I am not interested in owning either product (I don't have a TV, and I abuse cells phone too much to spend $600 on one), I did think that these were fabulously well thought and engineered products. I am sure that they will both have great success.

    Steve really shafted us on the computer side though. The mac mini line really needs an upgrade. At $600 and $800 each, they don't hold their value against similarly priced Windows machines.

    My fear is that Apple will devote too much resources to other projects and sort of abandon computers, like they abandoned everything else to work on the original Mac. We'll see.

    Aunts On A Log. quot;These aunts came to
  • quot;These aunts came to

  • sl8r
    Oct 2, 04:35 AM
    i, too, am firmly in the "Notes Haters" camp.

    I know that I will get the usual canned response here from Notes fans ("but, you see, it is not just an email app, it is so much more...").

    Yeah, they're probably the worst fanboys in the IT industry; "But it can do so much!" yes well if it can do so much, why is it the crashtastic pile of shite that it is today? If it crashes on you, you have to reboot the PC, cos just trying to start Lotus Notes again will give you a cryptic error message.

    The user interface is the worst ever ("click that little unmarked rectangle top-left in the mail view to check for new mail!", and, oh, about 10'000 other possible examples of UI idiocy).

    The last two jobs I've held have forced me to use this decades-past-it's-heyday trainwreck, and even though I've used it in various incarnations (~R4-R6 and whatever the latest public version is), I would love to know what the people at IBM were and still are smoking. Shouldn't you fix glaringly obvious bugs, from release to release? Do they even employ UI designers at IBM? Do they actually consider things such as optimizing performance, when rolling out a new release?

    As far as I can see, the sole reason it still exists, apart from the fact that you can send and receive emails and do scheduling with it (which are the two things most companies use it for today), seems to stem from the veritable ARMIES of consultants and developers that keep on recommending it, ostensibly to protect their own incomes after having spent thousands learning how to develop applications for it.

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  • Uploaded by Dublin Aunts Start

  • SimonTheSoundMa
    Nov 20, 04:20 AM
    I think we're all failing to point out on how TJ Maxx (or TK Maxx in the UK) operate.

    They buy second rate products, such as clothing that has been badly stitched or home furnishing that is mis-coloured, that all fail QA in the factory. They will also buy from companies that have gone bankrupt or from auction.

    I'm guessing they bought from a company that has gone bust or at auction.

    Aunts On A Log. But Aunt Florrie and Aunt
  • But Aunt Florrie and Aunt

  • angelwatt
    Feb 7, 06:49 PM
    Do you have a live example you can point us at. Can't help based solely on a description.

    Aunts On A Log. my aunts collection from
  • my aunts collection from

  • Lynxpro
    Jul 27, 04:23 PM
    A High Court in the UK has ordered SONY to disolve its merger with BMG. Fighting this could cost valuable resources.
    If they lose, the cost of breakup could well put SONY under. Remember BETAMAX. Yes, I know SONY/BMG is the music arm of the company-but it will be a drain on the whole company.

    Dude, seriously give it a rest. You've just shot down your credibility because SonyBMG is a separate division that Sony Corp. itself owns a 50% stake in with Bertlesman(n) owning the other 50%. That ruling has no effect on Sony Corp. itself. You citing this on a forum is as lame as the many people on Digg or Slashdot who rush to any thread concerning Sony and post about RootKits when again, it was SonyBMG that did that and not any other SonyCorp. division. Point is, any negative ruling against SonyBMG has no impact at all on Blu-Ray development nor will it give any traction to HD-DVD.

    Plus, a UK High Court does not have the power to dissolve SonyBMG. Perhaps for the UK subsidiary division but not for the entire worldwide operations of SonyBMG. The only way SonyBMG would be forced to break up would be if the European Commission or the U.S. Justice Department took action and won in their respective court systems.

    The chipmakers for the PSP3 are having a bitch of a time making any that are worth using in the player-they have a 1 out of 5-6 usable chip ratio. The rest get used in other less demanding hardware, or get tossed out-. SONY still pays for them-good or not-talk about bleeding. They are very expensive.

    First off, you mean the PS3. Are you a Microsoft shill? The chipmaker is IBM. IBM, Sony, and Toshiba all have vested interests in making the Cell chip a success (although Toshiba would rather not see the PS3 a success because it would wipe out HD-DVD's chance at success). Failure rates will not have an impact on the MSRP of any Sony product for the consumer because they will want the PS3 to obliterate the Microsoft Xbox360 and the HD-DVD platforms all at once.

    Poor PQ reviews, the lack of BR2 (yes folks youve been had-the current discs -or BR1- are not the 'final' version, those COULD be out by November, optimistically-they were rushed out so they could say "Were first!" They are said to be 'fine tuning' the "real" BR2 disc spec and manufacture. Translation-it isnt working very well, like the PSP chips.

    First off, it was HD-DVD that jumped the gun and shipped first in a desperate attempt to solidify itself before Blu-Ray (and later, the PS3) shipped, not the other way around.

    Now with that having been said, get some perspective. The original DVD platform didn't reach maturity or success until the 3rd Generation players were brought out. Both the HD-DVD and Blu-Ray decks currently are on their first generation, and both are showing signs of quality issues. The Toshiba HD-DVD deck had to have a firmware update to keep it from crashing due to Microsoft's usual software krappiness in the form of the iHD software. Both the current HD-DVD and Blu-Ray machines aren't using the greatest chip decoders which are causing both to not truly output at 1080i, let alone 1080p. This will be corrected when the second generation decks from both platforms ship with the new Sigma Designs decoders in the next couple of months. While it is true that Sony is shipping titles in MPEG2 until they bring out their own hardware, once that happens, the encoding in H.264 will be noticibily better than the HD-DVD titles that will continue to ship in Microsoft's inferior VC-1 (ahem, Windows Media 9) codec because Microsoft in truth is supporting HD-DVD simply because it uses the Microsoft iHD software instead of Java (like Blu-Ray does) and thus earns royalities with each HD-DVD deck shipped and every VC-1 encoded movie title also shipped. While Blu-Ray spec wise supports VC-1 (in addition to H.264 MPEG4 and MPEG2), it will be a very cold day in Hell when Sony decides to ship a Blu-Ray disc encoded in VC-1.

    The moral of the story is to pick up a Blu-Ray deck when the second (or third) generation hits, and only buy discs encoded in the H.264 codec instead of the current MPEG2 versions. At that time, HD-DVD will be as useful as a Philips CD-i deck or a Circuit City DIVX player.

    Briefly king of the world, suddenly things dont bode well for SONY or the BR disc.

    Right. I bet you are anxiously awaiting the Microsoft Zune.

    Apr 29, 06:33 PM
    I am trying to attach a photo to an email and all of a sudden, the window is too big and I am unable to make it smaller OR choose the pic. I am able to get the photo but on the bottom, where it says cancel or 'choose' or is it 'open', I can't see that part.

    I know this is super easy n whoever is reading this is probably giggling to themselves, 'this girl hasn't learned a damn thing'.....I'm trying folks, I'm trying.

    I appreciate your help, as always!!


    Sep 6, 01:25 PM
    Cleaned it up


    Dec 18, 06:46 PM
    He-he... that is slightly disturbing...

    ...and very cool... :D

    May 3, 12:29 AM
    That's a jailbreak tweak that isn't present in an official installation of iOS.

    Sep 27, 06:51 AM
    Dear Job,

    Please give me web-based address book that contains the groups I've created.


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