lunes, 16 de mayo de 2011

1871 map of europe

1871 map of europe. Map AD 1871 Europe Unification
  • Map AD 1871 Europe Unification


  • ThaDoggg
    Apr 11, 12:19 PM
    http://www.lockwaresystems.com/swanm10b-179.html

    Have you posted your setup before?
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1098165
    If you have a picture of your setup and don't mind sharing it, I would love to see the two together.

    I am still in the middle of setting everything up and the monitor for example is not even out of the box yet...just been really busy. Hopefully in about 1 month's time I can share. Sorry :(




    1871 map of europe. *1871:Germany unified
  • *1871:Germany unified


  • mj_1903
    Oct 21, 04:24 AM
    Dividends, yes that would be a good idea, what with $10 billion in cash on hand. Microsoft finally decided that their cash horde was becoming a bit of an embarrassment and declared one.

    Microsoft only paid a dividend when their share growth stagnated.

    Apple on the other hand has had stellar share growth recently so there is really no need to pay dividends.




    1871 map of europe. 1871 -- Europe after the
  • 1871 -- Europe after the


  • usarioclave
    Oct 4, 03:35 AM
    A friend of a friend was told that they should wait until march for that shiny new iPod. Take it for what it is, an unsubstantiated rumor.




    1871 map of europe. 1871 Maps
  • 1871 Maps


  • Clive At Five
    Oct 3, 01:44 PM
    Steve Jobs says "iRetire" and walks off.

    hahahahahahahahah!

    That's classic!

    -Clive




    1871 map of europe. 1871 Map Of Europe.
  • 1871 Map Of Europe.


  • Erwin-Br
    May 4, 04:51 PM
    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.

    And they will know exactly what to change by reading your mind?

    You have to open your mouth to be heard, sir.




    1871 map of europe. Historical Maps of Europe
  • Historical Maps of Europe


  • cRuNcHiE
    Jul 21, 03:01 PM
    For this video to have any kind of credit i think they should have the iPhone 4 next to it holding it at the same time...




    1871 map of europe. This map shows Europe in the
  • This map shows Europe in the


  • bigdz68
    Nov 24, 07:29 AM
    I'm still seeing only one discount applied online.

    I was not able to get an EDU discount and sale discount.
    BUT, if you are a gvt worker you can get both discounts.
    I priced out a new 80GB ipod w/2 Evo3 skins, and the applecare protection plan and it was $30 cheaper with the GVT discount ... but no luck with EDU




    1871 map of europe. Caption Europe, 1871–1914.
  • Caption Europe, 1871–1914.


  • OdduWon
    Oct 11, 03:41 AM
    no, it needs crappy WIRELESS speakers. :cool:



    1871 map of europe. Europe Map 1914. the pre-WWI
  • Europe Map 1914. the pre-WWI


  • Chupa Chupa
    Oct 11, 09:23 PM
    Hellooooo Zune!


    Have fun. You seem like a brown Zune guy. That way no one can tell if its dirty or not.




    1871 map of europe. Map of Europe in 1914
  • Map of Europe in 1914


  • Lurchdubious
    Apr 7, 10:02 PM
    http://www.jbhifi.com.au/images/apple-ipod-nano-16gb-silver-sku-60921-large.gif

    LOVE IT!




    1871 map of europe. out in Europe since 1871.
  • out in Europe since 1871.


  • Lord Blackadder
    Jul 28, 05:48 PM
    I think we have to start somewhere. Whether we like it or not, diesel/petroleum aren't going to last forever so sooner or later something has to change.

    I completely agree.

    If a critical mass of electric cars is reached, it'll start to make business sense to develop charging stations (or stations with stocks of swappable cells?) on major routes.

    Perhaps - but maybe that would just cause us to burn more fuel at power plants rather than look for alternative fuels...and who knows what that would do to the price and availability of electricity? To me, it feels like we'd just be exchanging one problem for another.

    If we wait for these charging stations to appear before starting to buy electric cars, we'll end up in a Catch 22. And (stating the obvious, but) electricity for the cars can be generated cleanly and renewably, even if it isn't at present.

    You may be right about California & other parts of the US having power generation problems, and that may well hamper electric car adoption in those areas; but that shouldn't stop others from switching.

    I think we should be less worried (in the short term) about hybrids and electric cars and more concerned with just lowering per capita fuel consumption.



    1871 map of europe. MAP 4: EUROPE IN 1871.
  • MAP 4: EUROPE IN 1871.


  • 7o7munoz7o7
    May 3, 02:11 PM
    And why is this on mac rumors.

    Does it really matter what the competition does.

    why are you on macrumors.....you have something to do with Android to....practice what you...ah you know the rest




    1871 map of europe. Map of Europe
  • Map of Europe


  • Matiek
    Jan 15, 05:11 PM
    This is hilarious everyone is so upset that the MBA wasn't the product that they thought it should be. Everyone that's upset about it needs to understand that they weren't it's intended demographic. The MBA is going after the hardcore road warriors that want a notebook that doesn't take up much space, or add weight to their brief cases. In this market the MBA has a much lower price tag than any of the other ultra thin notebooks.




    1871 map of europe. Map Of Europe 1871
  • Map Of Europe 1871


  • lostprophet894
    Apr 15, 05:16 PM
    If they're going to go with an aluminum design, it should look like this, but maybe with rounded edges:

    http://www.phonesreview.co.uk/2010/03/30/iphone-4g-aka-hd-mock-up-design-and-details-photo/

    That homescreen is nice. Not sure how I feel about the casing.




    1871 map of europe. of Europe#39;s major cities,
  • of Europe#39;s major cities,


  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 04:42 AM
    would be but were on BST (GMT+1) matey.

    its a 5PM GMT start

    so using your formula above 5PM + 1 = 6PM BST :)




    1871 map of europe. German Empire 1871 showing the
  • German Empire 1871 showing the


  • jamdr
    Jan 11, 11:48 PM
    Wow, I just watched the keynote and my god this guy is hard to stand. I've watched previous keynotes and he never seemed this bad. The charisma he's displayed in the past has been replaced with smugness. He acted like the iPhone was the second coming of christ and we were so lucky that he existed to bring it upon us.

    When really, this is probably the single worst keynote for Mac users that he has ever given. No hardware updates. No 10.5 preview. Not even iLife and iWork '07! Plus, very people I know are going to be interested in spending $600 + $60 a month or more to use this phone while plenty of us would love to spend $300 or $400 or even more on a full-screen video iPod. God, I wish this keynote was all some nightmare and in the real one Apple actually gave us something we wanted.




    1871 map of europe. Maps Map of Central Europe
  • Maps Map of Central Europe


  • bmustaf
    Dec 13, 05:07 PM
    I'm not buying it (either in terms of the story, or in terms of a supposed hybrid phone if it does make it to market).

    The baseband chipsets don't exist as mass market components (either in supply or feature set).

    If they did, they'd suck down battery faster than you could keep the damn thing charged. I think it is pretty clear where Apple plays - technology that is applicable, relevant, and usable.

    I don't think 4G is there yet, unless Qualcomm et al are hiding some major hybrid CDMA/LTE chipsets (the LTE-only chipsets themselves are power hogs - why do you think VZW hasn't rolled out handsets, they've limited 4G use to people hooking USB cards into a 3000mAh battery that can feed that 500mAh - 1000mAh draw).

    Battery technology is getting better, and the chipsets are getting better, but not in time for a device in January. Maybe I'll eat crow, but I doubt it. If this happens (and it might), it's not going to be a great device that everyone is expecting (read: keep the 4G radio off and use it as a CDMA iPhone 4) or it's simply not going to exist. It's possible VZW needed a retort to ATT's simultaneous voice & data ploy so they included it to check that off the list and the phone will stick to EVDO for nearly everything...but the EVDO<->LTE carrier handoff isn't transparent (far worse than EDGE<->3G), so that is a usability issue in and of itself that I think Apple would not like.


    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/12/13/4g-verizon-iphone-to-debut-after-christmas/)

    MacDailyNews reports (http://www.macdailynews.com/index.php/weblog/comments/exclusive_verizons_iphone_rumored_to_be_lte_device_coming_right_after_xmas/) that it has received information from a "source that we believe to be credible" regarding management training for the Verizon iPhone offered by the company last week. According to the report, the Verizon iPhone will launch immediately after Christmas and is in fact an LTE 4G device.The report also claims that the Verizon iPhone is already shipping to Verizon warehouses, and the carrier will maintain control over all stock until launch in order to control information leaks.

    Finally, the source indicates that the iPhone 5 was intended to be LTE-only at its debut next summer, but Steve Jobs and Apple are upset that the carriers are not building out their LTE infrastructure quickly enough to make that happen.

    Verizon's 4G network launched last week (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/12/01/verizons-4g-network-to-launch-next-week-no-handsets-until-mid-2011/) for mobile broadband customers, but the carrier noted that it does not expect to debut 4G-capable handsets until the middle of next year.

    MacDailyNews is not a frequent source of rumors, and has a mixed record on the information it has published in the past. In addition, we are skeptical that Apple had ever seriously planned for the fifth-generation iPhone 5 to be "LTE-only", given that even the most aggressive LTE build-out schedules from the carriers have long planned for it to be several years before their entire networks are upgraded to the standard. In fact, other sources (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/10/11/mid-2011-iphone-to-utilize-dual-mode-gsm-cdma-chip-skip-4g/) have indicated that the fifth-generation iPhone won't support LTE at all, a move which would follow Apple's precedent with not supporting 3G in the original iPhone as it waited for greater availability and more advanced technology for utilizing the standard.

    Consequently, we are publishing this rumor on Page 2 for interest and discussion.

    Article Link: 4G Verizon iPhone to Debut After Christmas? (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/12/13/4g-verizon-iphone-to-debut-after-christmas/)




    1871 map of europe. Central Europe Map 1871 A.D.
  • Central Europe Map 1871 A.D.


  • vincebio
    Jan 9, 01:44 PM
    [QUOTE=getalifemacfans;4722504]
    it dont have mms
    you cant send messages to more then one at a time.
    it is not possible to download contacts from sim
    its more difficult to call,set up contacts and so on compare to sony/nokia



    i have all of these on my iphone, albeit not out of the box....but if your serious about your iphone, you should be jailbreaking it anyway, the amount of apps that will make your phone YOURS is relentless and modding is the way to go.

    not sure why you think its more difficult to call, set up contacts etc, strange comment....




    1871 map of europe. Religious Map of Europe
  • Religious Map of Europe


  • Stella
    Aug 1, 10:17 AM
    This is just one more reason why socialism doesn't work. It takes away the incentive of a company to put a product in the country, and the consumers ultimately suffer.

    LOL.

    Nice troll.




    CAWjr
    Mar 17, 09:20 AM
    I wonder how you would have reacted it the "stoner" kid charge your card the entire puchase and pocketed the cash?


    I bet if this was the case, the OP would be flipping out on the store manager & demanding some kind of compensation for the error.

    It's cases like this that are the reason retailers put in insane return policies or restocking fees. Too many dishonest people out there trying to game the system & retailers finally decided to punish the masses for the dishonesty of the few.

    So thanks to people like the OP, we can all be glad that a simple return requires an original receipt, picture ID, credit card, and a sworn affidavit that we purchased our products legally & honestly.




    miles01110
    Apr 13, 06:37 AM
    Don't know what is more ridiculous, the pat down of the little girl or the mother asking for a re-scan. I op out every single time I travel. It is not evident (and the TSA flunkies don't really know) whether a given device is a backscatter scanner or a an active or passive terahertz wave scanner. There is currently no long term evidence that backscatter or active terahertz wave scanners do not have side effects, especially for frequent travelers. Unless they switch all scanners to passive terahertz wave scanners, I will continue to opt out and if they ever make these scans mandatory without the opt out option, I will refuse to fly.

    The radiation dosage from any properly maintained active scanner is still orders of magnitude less than what you get from a 4-hour flight at 10 km. Go ahead and opt out of your full-body scans... if you're doing it for the "health" reason you're tilting at a very small windmill.




    fivepoint
    Mar 4, 11:06 AM
    It does not.

    Yes, it does.
    http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Rubber-Room-Doc-Reveals-Teachers-Paid-For-Nothing-90804024.html
    http://www.newsweek.com/2010/03/05/why-we-must-fire-bad-teachers.html




    Yebot
    Sep 8, 10:10 AM
    Kanye West is one of the most amazing things to happen to hip-hop in the past several years.


    And apparently a complete moron when it comes to politics.




    ImNoSuperMan
    Sep 12, 10:18 AM
    Alrite. UK store Down too.



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