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march 2011 tsunami in japan

march 2011 tsunami in japan. 32 Tsunami Photos in Japan
  • 32 Tsunami Photos in Japan

  • kirky29
    Mar 24, 03:10 PM
    Happy Birthday, OS X! Thank you for making me enjoy using my computer :)

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  • Tsunami Japan Good morning!

  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 11:55 AM
    Looks good, I've been holding out since my first-gen iPhone.

    ...hopefully we'll see a Summer or Fall release? :)

    Wow! You're patient!

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  • Japan, Friday, March 11,

  • underblu
    Apr 20, 02:17 AM
    I use both OSX and Windows.

    Apple has it right: simplicity and robustness. Why change the OSX UI, it's straightforwd, lacks unesesary adornments and most importantly doesn't get in the way.

    I don't get the whole OS thing anyway. To me it's all about the apllications anyway.

    Having been a diehard Windows fan for years they lost me with Vista and not being able to buy a powerful lightweight aluminim Laptop with good battery life made the choice of a MBP overwhelming. I really grown to like OSX and hope they keep the look and feel.

    You know to this day you can look at a Porsche 911 from 1967 and see the continuity of design through the years. Because why fool with desingn perfection when refinement is all that's needed.

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  • 13 March 2011 - Voice of the

  • Hephaestus
    Mar 19, 05:16 PM

    and the way you express yourself practically shows me why people 'diss' all your gadgets.

    Here in England thats a pretty common figure of speech that people use all the time. It doesn't mean literally ages. I forgot this was an American forum, but what does that have to do with anything anyway?


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  • Posted on: March 11th,

  • sk8mash
    Jan 10, 03:21 PM
    Thats childish, immature and thoughtless, ok shutting down a tv wall is funny, but ****ing with a live presentation? How much effort went into that guys presentation, and then he goes a mucks it up. Thats not funny. I say ban them from mac world, and any other media event.

    march 2011 tsunami in japan. March 13, 2011
  • March 13, 2011

  • Mexbearpig
    Apr 8, 10:56 PM
    Portenzo case finally came in as did my beats that I got for $80. <snip>

    How did you get beats for $80?


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  • Liquorpuki
    Mar 7, 12:21 AM
    Why is Apple the only tech company that makes unique products? All the other big ones seem to just drop in behind Apple after they invent something... Examples:

    �Phones that are designed to simply compete with the iPhone.
    �Pretty much every non-Apple tablet.
    �iMac lookalikes.
    �I've even seem some unibody copy cats...

    Why don't they try and come up with something of their own instead of trying to "make a better Apple product"? Its annoying... :mad:

    You know... tech consists of much more than just smartphones and personal computers

    Look at mobile gaming. Apple being in the market is actually screwing it up

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  • Pictures: Japan quake and

  • marco114
    Oct 6, 12:26 PM
    I have lived in 4 different rural markets and regularly travel between them. Currently, in NC, Verizon is everywhere since they bought out a couple providers like Rural Cellular and I forget the other one.

    When I left Verizon, they had full bar 3G coverage at my house. They had just upgraded about 3 months before I went with an iPhone. With AT&T, I need to drive almost 20 miles to even find 3G coverage.

    With Verizon, I had a Palm Treo 700 and it was very rare to see even the analog signal at all.

    If Apple would make the iPhone for Verizon, i'd switch back in a blink, even if I had to pay early termination, it's that bad. I typically lose between 20-40% of my calls. There is several dead zones too, that I can't even drive down without losing it.


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  • Plymouthbreezer
    Oct 5, 07:46 PM
    Get out and see the world? I was born and raised in Europe, have been to 50 countries and have lived on 3 continents. And you? And I much enjoy living on a 5-acre property with 2 houses on it offering 9 bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and all the bells and whistles next to Woodside. To me space is just a great luxury, not bumping into one another, being able to house grown kids and friends for extended periods of time, etc. To each their own, but I truly cannot see Jobs' tiny home (by Woodside standards) being anything but a retirement house. It does NOT look like a home for a family with kids. An older couple perhaps. And where is the home office?
    You're a bit out of touch, perhaps. On top of that, you continue to stress your wealth and worldliness in each post.

    Most Americans do not have what you do. And to the person who said I've never experienced "4 screaming kids," I have.

    I think you both are just use to having more, and space, and more space. My grandmother raised her six children in a three bedroom, one bath home — that she shared with my grandfather — and never had any issues. My grandparents, mother or my aunts never complained, and looking back, I think the experience enriched them tenfold. My grandparents were successful and could have afforded a home with "enough space" (by your standards) for all their kids, but they made out just fine in the first floor of an apartment building with "just" 2,200sq. feet.

    You obviously have never lived like most people; you say that quite plainly by stating you've "been to 50 countries" and lived on "three continents."

    It's the internet, and you can be as big of an elitist as you want. However, you're the type whose coming across as the largest, most arrogant person in the room [forum?]. If you were really as cultured as you seem to suggest, you'd have an air of refinement (that's noticeably lacking here), knowing that bragging is no way to get ahead.

    But, you're already a "higher level person," so who am I to hold you back?

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  • and Tsunami Photos 2011

  • sundancekid
    Jan 14, 08:16 PM
    Hey bad news is better than no news. I'd bet Gizmodo will get a few more hits out of this and maybe ces will attract some more people to see what will happen next year. It may be in the end one of the better things to have happened to this event. (Just a different way of looking at it)


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  • Coast on March 11, 2011.

  • mstrze
    May 4, 09:39 AM
    thx god not every one has this attitude ... people were bitching about paying extra for tethering here and NO ONE even argued "but its in the contract BS" and boom, few months later it got changed. just bc something is in a obvs greedy network contract doesnt mean it shouldnt be changed or makes it right.

    this "i won't complain cuz i as one can't do anything about it anyway" approach makes me sick

    But by not signing you ARE doing something about it: Hitting the provider's bottom line and that, possibly more than anything else, will lead them to make changes.

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  • wvuwhat
    Dec 4, 07:40 PM
    -Red Dot Site


    Semtex, Willey pete, Claymore

    Hardline pro, Hardcore pro, Marathon pro

    RC, Care package, Chopper Gunner

    I've got my ideal set-up for my style of play.



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  • 11st of March, 2011 − ever

  • Digitalclips
    Mar 24, 09:24 PM
    I have every one of those boxes! :)

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  • Tags: earthquake japan

  • rdowns
    Apr 23, 01:15 PM
    The rating system looks ugly and out of place and just adds clutter to the forums.

    Much like the logo in your avatar. :p


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  • Japan Tsunami 11 March 2011

  • xAnthony
    Mar 19, 11:38 AM
    Even though I own two iPhone 4's I never experienced being a meat sandwich so that survey is mostly bullshiznit.

    Just because you aren't getting laid doesn't mean it's 'bullshiznit'. Sometimes you have to blame the player, not the game.

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  • Japan earthquake and tsunami:

  • wovel
    Mar 28, 04:00 PM
    So..What great App you all feel is going to be excluded by this change? I did not see anything from last years winners that could not be in the app store if the developer wanted.


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  • Dane D.
    Mar 4, 11:47 AM
    Fivepoint- you act as if teachers make lots of money. The don't, even though they are required to have masters degrees. People understand if the belt is tight. People do NOT understand being denied the right to unionize and fight when they feel taken advantage of. NO ONE should ever be jailed for striking. That you support this is nothing short of sickening. I am absolutely disgusted. Just wait- you guys will get yours soon enough, trust me.
    Teachers on average make more than private sector employees. The average in Ohio is $50,314, source: To quote the site:
    Teachers with Master's Degrees live VERY comfortably in Ohio

    Salary raise last year: 3.3%
    Salary raise over 10 years: 33.0%

    Now I make much less than that in advertising/marketing agency. I haven't had a raise in 2 years. In the past decade my salary as not increased 33%.
    Don't spew lies, back up your lame arguements with facts.

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  • yamato
    Sep 12, 07:50 AM
    Also Italian Music store reports IT IS Showtime The iTunes Store is been updating message... Can`t wait!! But an eventually Video Store will be available only in USA as almost usual?

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  • MacRumors
    May 2, 09:25 AM (

    As part of its comments ( on the recent iOS location-tracking controversy, Apple acknowledged several bugs in the mobile operating system that have led to more data than originally intended being stored on devices and caused data to be stored even when Location Services are disabled. The company reported that the issues would be addressed in a software update to be addressed "sometime in the next few weeks".

    Apr 6, 07:16 PM

    Sep 28, 12:56 PM
    sweet, guess i need to read between the lines more.
    i just noticed on the box cover it had a monster sticker on it that said
    NO UPDATES ON ACADEMIC VERSIONS so i figured this .5 update wouldnt be allowed.

    thanks for the heads up

    Sir Ruben
    Mar 19, 07:44 AM
    I work in a techie environment. I have my phone on my desk in front of me all day. My colleague happened to mention a guy sitting on a desk behind us and described him as a "know it all" who knows about everything and has done everything better than everyone else.

    Anyway he keeps randomly talking to my colleague about crap (which really bugs him as he never starts a conversation with this guy), and I noticed twice in two days he has brought up the subject of his android phone and how my colleague shouldnt get an iphone. Now my colleague isnt the mobile phone type, he has a Sony Erricsson and has no intention of buying any kind of smartphone. Then I realised what was happening, he had clocked my phone on my desk and as I never even look at the guy, realised he was goading a response out of me on the subject.

    He sat there for 10mins or so going over the pro's of owning an android before showing my colleague a Tron Legacy theme he had installed. When he finally went away I leaned over and said "pretty sad that he feels he has to justify his purchase by giving a lecture to someone who doesnt even care". My colleague agree'd and thinks these sort of people do it as they are insecure about their purchase.

    I have many more true stories about a couple of other similar people who work with me but its sunny outside and I dont really care who has an android and who has an iphone :cool:

    Apr 26, 08:59 PM
    After that I implement a Cancel method pointing to sender (button)

    So, my goal is to use 1 start button and 1 cancel button.. and just do their actions. I have set up a the start button to start both timers, obviously both start their countdown at the same time which is not good.

    I want to tell one timer to start and if I press cancel, invalidate it. Then If I press start again, call the second timer. (I do this because I read that you can't reuse a timer after you invalidate it).

    Some people have suggested to use Booleans like true or false, or conditions. What do you think?

    What if after pressing the start button, you create a timer and start it. Then pressing the cancel button invalidates and releases it. Then pressing the start button would create another timer, using the same pointer.

    Totally untested and probably broken code below, but should demonstrate the idea:

    -(IBAction)startButton:(id) sender {
    // myTimer is declared in header file ...

    if (myTimer!=nil) { // if the pointer already points to a timer, you don't want to create a second one without stoping and destroying the first

    [myTimer invalidate];
    [myTimer release];


    // Now that we know myTimer doesn't point to a timer already..

    myTimer = [NSTimer scheduledTimerWithTimeInterval:aTimeInterval target:self selector:@selector(echoIt:) userInfo:myDict repeats:YES];
    [myTimer retain];

    -(IBAction)cancelIt:(id) sender {
    [myTimer invalidate];
    [myTimer release]; // This timer is now gone, and you won't reuse it.

    Apr 8, 05:00 PM
    Possible Office Ribbon interface for Windows Explorer (

    The ribbon is awful though. :(

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