jueves, 19 de mayo de 2011

chromosomes in cell

chromosomes in cell. cell (46 chromosomes)
  • cell (46 chromosomes)


  • Umbongo
    Nov 17, 01:50 PM
    yes they could. We are not talking about zillion CPU's here. AMD could satisfy Apple's demands just fine.

    The only evidence I've seen for AMD's ability to produce chips is that currently they are struggling to meet the market's needs after the deal with Dell. I think it is a fair assumption that AMD's ability to supply Apple was taken into account when the Intel decision was being looked at.




    chromosomes in cell. 46 chromosomes in a cell.
  • 46 chromosomes in a cell.


  • roadbloc
    Apr 6, 06:09 PM
    How can we compare a Dev Preview to something that doesn't even exist yet? :rolleyes:




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  • concept: chromosomes are


  • aly
    Oct 3, 01:17 PM
    If it takes that long before C2D finds its way into the MBP, I think Apple will be laughed at by a lot of the other manufacturers who have already announced models due before the holiday season.

    I agree, theres no way that apple will wait that long for an update! Would just be utterly stupid.




    chromosomes in cell. A cell showing the chromosome
  • A cell showing the chromosome


  • yoda13
    Nov 16, 05:30 PM
    DigiTimes' track record is amazingly bad. You'd think they'd be right more often just by guessing.

    I thought that is what they were doing...:confused:




    chromosomes in cell. section through a cell.
  • section through a cell.


  • 63dot
    Mar 4, 10:43 PM
    Ironic that a western country with one of the highest levels of unionization, including public sector unions, and all the evil evil socialized stuff such as pensions, healthcare etc. has the highest growth rate, best unemployment rate and most balanced budget. Germany.
    Kinda defeats your argument, fivepoint. Also, considering the level of unionization, Germany has in percentage points double the industrial production jobs that the US does. And all these companies are world leaders in their segments.
    Americans are diluded if they think ultracon vulture capitalism will save them, it is exactly what got them into this mess to begin with.
    Cheers,

    Ahmed

    What you are talking about is tested true economics where a healthy and well paid workforce lends to a stronger economy. With the large number of workers with income to burn, then the economy circulates monies and has a built in consumer base.

    But take fivepoint's theory, which for a lack of better name, is laissez-faire economics and trickle down theory. On its face it makes sense to put the money into the hands of the educated and rich, and they will re-invest it back into society creating the most bang for the buck and the fastest pace of innovation possible. However, with human nature being that people (even rich people) want to hoard, then what we end up with is a stagnate economy with no turnover. Eight years of George W. Bush and his policies show this to be pretty obvious. Anybody who believes in the old trickle down theory is falling into the trap that it can work.

    I don't think government intervention, to the point of government micromanagement is a good thing, but I don't think the liberals are out to make that their goal. We need to strike a balance where business can operate and make a profit, but at the same time have a government, though limited, who can play more like a referee looking out for the best interests of the people. And it's the people who have the responsibility to vote if they don't like the government that is in place.

    America put in a lot of wet behind the ears tea party republicans, and this two year period is their time to shine while in the House. So far, they appear to be falling on their face. But I will give the GOP a chance and see if they can deliver on their promises and I will be willing to give them credit if they make headway yet fall short. We are in a tough economy.

    But the last thing we need to do in this recession is to blow the horn of trickle down economics knowing it didn't work with 8 years of the GOP recently in the White House, and with a 12 year run mostly in the 1980s which hiked up the deficit and failed miserably in its chief election promise of reducing the national deficit and sustain a long term growth of the economy. Jimmy Carter's spending was the GOP's main talking point and when the GOP made Jimmy look like a miser, then they had to fall on diversion tactics like abortion, family values, and religion when they realized their #1 talking point was a failure in practice.

    With so much confusion as to whether a republican is represented by a pro-business/big corporation plank or more of a small-government plank akin to some tea party politicians, I don't care what the House calls themselves as long as they get results. It's early yet but the GOP has started off this year in the world possible way.




    chromosomes in cell. the cell and chromosomes
  • the cell and chromosomes


  • aristobrat
    Apr 26, 10:34 AM
    I managed McDs for several years in a prior life, both for McOpCo (McDonald's Corporation) and private franchisees.

    Both of them had rules about not physically getting involved in altercations between customers, but it was from the stand-point of putting yourself in harms away, and creating a liability (regardless of who is wrong or right, if you touch a customer, you can personally be sued, as well as the company).

    If this were my store, and I was the manager, I don't think I would have touched the two girls doing the assaulting, but I would have physically gotten between and the girl they were beating the crap out of. If they wanted to punch me, fine. But that's also because I'm 6ft3 and 250lbs (a lot bigger than the blue shirt manager in the video) and those two girls don't scare me.

    If this was a situation where I thought I may get hurt, I don't know if I would do the same.

    It seems like the manager disappeared for awhile in the middle of the video. I hope it was because he was calling 911. The crews reaction was horrible. Had the crew have remained behind the counter and acted in a professional manner, the outcome of this event wouldn't have been any different, IMO.




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  • chromosomes), cells


  • MrSmith
    Mar 28, 07:01 PM
    Gasoline used to cost .25 a gallon. :rolleyes:
    *Bang*
    *Pain in foot*




    chromosomes in cell. kind of cell that divides.
  • kind of cell that divides.


  • Cartoonkid
    Oct 6, 12:38 PM
    It was a good message until they stated "Before you pick a phone, pick a network." That would be valid in an iPhone-less world. They would still be selling us phones based on a spinning CGI rendering of a phone's outer shell. "Look! A plastic candy bar! You like candy, don't you? Then you'll love our rectangular phone! Brand new features like rounded edges and three colors!"

    Apple changed the game. The device should now be the focus. The service should be an afterthought in the background.

    +1

    I had absolutely no issues with Verizon for over two years, but I ditched them in June to get an iPhone, rather than settle for a Crackberry.

    And maybe it's because I live in SoCal, but apparently I'm one of the fortunate few (at least by the sounds of all the grumblings on MR) to have had no problems with AT&T. Admittedly, I don't make a ton of calls, but in the past 3 1/2 months, I've never had a single dropped call.

    If Verizon started carrying the iPhone, the only thing that would make me leave AT&T is price.




    chromosomes in cell. chromosomes typical
  • chromosomes typical


  • wolfshades
    Mar 24, 03:25 PM
    I think Apple has a reason to stand proud on this anniversary.

    My daughter hated computers with a passion. She had no patience for the questions they asked of her ("are you sure you want to finkle the crichtenstein? Y/Ok") It was all a foreign language to her and she never knew when the beasts would just up and quit on her - which they often did, usually at critical moments.

    Enter the boyfriend. He had a Mac. She sat down to go into her email, smiled, and never looked back. No weird questions, no failures. As SJ says "it just works".

    Congratulations Apple!




    chromosomes in cell. chromosomes in each cell
  • chromosomes in each cell


  • whooleytoo
    Jul 28, 01:45 PM
    ..snip..
    I really wish I didn't sound so cynical, but that's the picture as I understand it.

    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.

    Obviously a lot of electricity is generated through non-renewable fuels now, and the distribution network isn't ready for cars to be able to recharge 'on journey'. But electric cars aren't a bad start. 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.

    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.

    All IMO. :)




    chromosomes in cell. 46 chromosomes in a human cell
  • 46 chromosomes in a human cell


  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 03:00 AM
    Zealund?? :confused:

    :D

    Damn! I thought I was quick enough.

    I originally had "Noo Zulund" but edited it back, missed the second u, changed it again - not quick enough.

    Mind you, your quote of me wasn't quite quick enough, it's spelt correctly there.




    chromosomes in cell. many chromosomes per cell
  • many chromosomes per cell


  • MacRumors
    Oct 28, 02:21 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Apple appears to have pulled the publicly accessible Mac OS 10.4.8 Source Code (Darwin, the open-source foundation of OS X, and XNU, Darwin's open-source kernel), leaving only developers with ADC log-ins with access to the code (public link (http://www.opensource.apple.com/darwinsource/), ADC link (http://www.opensource.apple.com/darwinsource/tarballs/apsl/))

    Earlier this week, the OSx86 project (http://osx86project.org/) released a version of the 10.4.8 kernel (http://semthex.freeflux.net/blog/archive/2006/10/24/haleluja-it-s-done.html) that was hailed to be 100% legal according to the APSL and run on any x86 machine. Prior to this release, Apple's code would only run on Apple's hardware due to various dependencies (such as EFI).




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  • cell cycle arrest


  • T-Will
    Apr 5, 04:53 PM
    Awesome. Do they have an app?

    Why yes they do. And it's FREE!!!

    http://www.hsn.com/hsn-everywhere-iphone-app_at-3570_xa.aspx




    chromosomes in cell. A chromosome is a single long
  • A chromosome is a single long


  • flopticalcube
    Nov 26, 04:37 PM
    Printer shipped! Woohoo! :)




    chromosomes in cell. Cell
  • Cell


  • ChrisBrightwell
    Sep 28, 12:50 PM
    what sucks is that academic ve4rsions are not allowed this free update.Where did you read that?

    Academic versions aren't eligible for the next upgrade, but this isn't an upgrade. This is an update.




    chromosomes in cell. chromosomes in each cell
  • chromosomes in each cell


  • Gibsonsoup
    Apr 11, 06:25 PM
    can't understand why it doesn't let me post the right pictures :confused:
    They look exactly like the original Apple ones though




    chromosomes in cell. It is as if the somatic cells
  • It is as if the somatic cells


  • dethmaShine
    Apr 16, 09:32 AM
    No, when Apple revealed the iPhone most people were thinking something along the line of "Apple seriously need to reconsider leaving out 3G and the ability to install software if they want to make it in the smart phone business", a phone that doesn't let you install new software is by definiton not a smart phone. The iPhone 3G was the real deal, ofcourse the first gen was successful, simply because it was Apple, but the 3G was when it turned into a good product and soared in popularity.
    And iPhone is far from the first icon based phone and I personally believe the Sony Ericsson P800 and P900 was a big inspiration for iPhone.

    Where can I find the definition of a smart phone?




    chromosomes in cell. in two daughter cells each
  • in two daughter cells each


  • NAG
    Jan 12, 07:43 PM
    The issue here is that bloggers and online journalists are still a fairly new medium and haven't been fully accepted yet. This would happen with any sort of group that didn't have a history.

    I would bet that no print media journalist would ever pull crap like this, either. He/she would have been fired on the spot and the publication itself would have issued a real apology, not post a video online and issue a half-hearted apology to one group.

    Whoa. You honestly think that there isn't anyone in the print media that pulled stuff like that? You haven't read a lot of the more satirical magazines.

    And by saying "haven't been fully accepted yet" you really mean "the big print media guys are still in their transition." They all know print is basically dead, they've been trying to transition for years. Some morons with a blog turning off tvs at a tech conference are not going to stop this transition. If anything it will lead to conferences learning how to properly vet online media like they do with print media.




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  • dividing cell


  • Hovey
    Jul 21, 10:17 AM
    Are we still debating this? No one is forcing you to keep/buy an iPhone. I've had one dropped call since I got it almost a month ago. It was while driving. It's hard to argue with #'s of complaints and returns. It's not difficult. You either like the phone or you don't. You get one or you don't. Name the last non-iPhone cell phone you've had that you've complained about dropped calls and they gave you something to help reduce the problem. I bet most people complaining would use a case anyways.




    LastLine
    Jan 5, 04:40 PM
    Also switch off mobile, unplug landline, wear iPod, raise volume, close curtains, disconnect TV, put head under pillow, sing loudly ... and retreat to a remote Hebridean island until the keynote is posted.

    Alternatively, if you're feeling more extreme...

    "And one more thing...all 5G ipods have a built in wireless chip which we activated about 5 seconds ago, so here's a recap for all those of you listening in..."




    seek3r
    Mar 24, 06:18 PM
    Yay! Now, where's the cake...

    The cake is a lie :p




    fun173
    May 3, 01:51 PM
    This sucks. I don't want to have to pay Verizon an extra $20 a month on top of an already expensive phone bill to do this crap. Will this affect using PDAnet on a jail broken iPhone?




    Eduardo1971
    Apr 29, 02:59 PM
    I sure as hell wouldnt move back to Windows for my everyday machine. I would move back to my Commodore 64 before that. :)

    Ahh! Trip down memory lane. The Commodore 64c was my first computer. I believe I must have been in high school when my parents bought it. Gosh, I', teary eyed now...:o




    NAG
    May 3, 01:48 PM
    And why is this on mac rumors.

    Does it really matter what the competition does.

    It shows you how superior their open os is. Because if it wasn't open it would be controlled by evil Apple who would force you to use tethering.



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