viernes, 27 de mayo de 2011

erica mann

erica mann. Aimee Mann - Zap2it
  • Aimee Mann - Zap2it


  • bcaslis
    May 2, 07:03 PM
    Not sure exactly what you are looking for but this is what I use:

    http://www.tombihn.com/page/001/PROD/300/TB0223




    erica mann. AIMEE MANN: Film and
  • AIMEE MANN: Film and


  • GGJstudios
    May 6, 03:34 PM
    One alternative is to use the Cropmark LMP Bluetooth Keypad (http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Cropmark/8337/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=shoppingengine&utm_campaign=googlebase)
    284356




    erica mann. New Jhawk Production: Mann
  • New Jhawk Production: Mann


  • R94N
    Mar 1, 12:41 AM
    That is incredibly sad, but it kind of made me happy to see he died peacefully at his home if you know what I mean. What a life! He's seen a lot.




    erica mann. Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann
  • Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann


  • jackyrog
    Sep 22, 11:36 PM
    These all information which you can share is really very great. I have their skin on my 1st gen iPhone as well as 80GB iPod classic, no issues at all. Cost is $6.99 for the full body skin.




    erica mann. Juwanna Mann (2002)
  • Juwanna Mann (2002)


  • Morn
    Dec 11, 04:35 AM
    What is this, the "think same" club? Damn traditionalists.




    erica mann. Mann Village Theater
  • Mann Village Theater


  • Doctor Q
    Feb 9, 02:19 PM
    Informationweek article (http://www.informationweek.com/news/hardware/supercomputers/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=229202772)
    Jack Dongarra, a computing expert at the University of Tennessee who helped design the technology used in testing systems on the Top 500 list, said he expects more 10-petaflop-plus systems next year. "Everything is moving along according to Moore's law, so things are doubling every 18 months, roughly," Dongarra told InformationWeek.

    Dongarra predicted computer makers in 2017 will have 100-petaflop systems, with "exascale" systems between 2018 and 2020. An exascale, or extreme-scale, computer is expected to be a thousand times faster than a petascale system. "All of these things are dependent on funding," Dongarra said in an interview. "This will happen if the funding is in place for those machines."
    100 petaflops is 10^17 FLoating-point OPperations/Second.

    I'll be sure to buy a desktop 100 petaflop Mac so I can read my email much faster than I can now. :D

    Seriously, it's incredible to think about the types of simulations they'll be able to run, including much more sophisticated weather models. However, this article (http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1062325) said that we'll need 1 zettaflops for full weather simulation. That's 10^21 operations/second!




    erica mann. Erica Evans (Elizabeth
  • Erica Evans (Elizabeth


  • arn
    May 3, 04:51 PM
    thanks. I'm looking into this. If it happens again with a different domain, please let me know.

    arn




    erica mann. Erica has been an Audi-only
  • Erica has been an Audi-only


  • aussie_geek
    Aug 4, 08:10 PM
    What is blank screen mode? I don't run mine in screensaver mode, I turn it on and set my computer to stay on and just shut off my monitor.

    **edit**
    And I'm pretty sure that seti units are always the same size, its folding ones that aren't.

    Yes, they are all the same size but the amount of processing required to complete the task differs from unit to unit.

    My G5 did a work unit in 45 mins one time. On average it takes less than 2 hours / unit :D. The command line app would be even faster.

    I don't run it any more as it apparently rips hard drives and I couldn't be bothered setting up the RAM disk method. It also turns my G5 into a bit of a wind tunnel some times.


    aussie_geek




    erica mann. Judd Apatow, Leslie Mann and
  • Judd Apatow, Leslie Mann and


  • MobiusCreative
    Apr 13, 12:48 PM
    I have an iPad v.1 running iOS 4.2 that won't update to iOS 4.3. Says "Your iPad software is up to date". I've got the latest iTunes (10.2.1) and I've even updated my wife's iPad just fine. Thoughts? The Googles hasn't helped.

    On top of that the 4.3 IPSW is gone from the wife's install so I can't restore to that.




    erica mann. Best Mann for the Job by Chris
  • Best Mann for the Job by Chris


  • bousozoku
    Jan 1, 09:06 PM
    I'm my favourite Mac application developer. :D

    Otherwise, I'd have to say Ryan Gordon, Brad Oliver, or The Mozilla Group. They're the best.

    I use a lot of applications but I can't say that any of them work particularly well on Mac OS X still. Macromedia and Adobe need to forget their past and make things work.




    erica mann. Erica Jong Mann
  • Erica Jong Mann


  • ECUpirate44
    May 5, 03:23 PM
    I was in the same position as you and I just got the 4. I really didn't feel like waiting until possibly Sept for the 5. As other have said, it will run iOS 5 and the 4 is still leaps and bounds ahead of many other phones.




    erica mann. ojani noa wiki. leslie mann
  • ojani noa wiki. leslie mann


  • roadbloc
    Jan 21, 03:53 AM
    The update weighs in at 27.52 MB

    http://i.imgur.com/vT4eG.png




    erica mann. Erica Leerhsen Picture amp; Photo
  • Erica Leerhsen Picture amp; Photo


  • applekid
    Apr 1, 11:44 AM
    Not limited edition according to Engadget and Joystiq. Worry not.




    erica mann. STEPHANIE MANN BLOG - Super
  • STEPHANIE MANN BLOG - Super


  • altecXP
    Apr 1, 09:19 PM
    Has anyone had luck with Chrome in 10.7? When I try to Quit it won't. I have to Force Quit in Activity Monitor, and Chromuim nightly's won't even launch.

    When i try to download a file in Safari I get the Download window and a message that the file can't be downloaded. I click on re-try and then a 2nd item is added to the download list for the file and it downloads while the 1st file seems to still be retrying.


    I'd post a screen shot of this but when I try I just get a full black screen like this:




    erica mann. Kathy Mann is an Assistant
  • Kathy Mann is an Assistant


  • Daedalus256
    Dec 19, 11:03 AM
    I've decided that I don't really want to part out the machine if I do actually sell it. Right now it's looking like I have a good idea of what I want to do with both machines in the future so I may hold off on selling them.




    erica mann. erica and morgan running after
  • erica and morgan running after


  • bfj
    Apr 26, 01:16 PM
    To be honest, I had forgotten the apple even existed, until I saw the FP iMac commercials early last year. As soon as I saw the commercials, I drove 2 hrs to the closest Apple store to check them out. But, being a PC user for 15 years, I was iffy about going with something I knew nothing about, but, the main thing that limited me was my budget at the time was only 1500, so I couldn't get the iMac w/ the Superdrive, grrr.....

    Well, sadly, I ended up going with a slapped-together Athlon system. Everything was running smoothly, so I thought I was happy with my decision. But, after a few months of playing with system, and countless Windows XP reinstalls, due to system errors, driver conflicts, and that devil-incarnate directx, i started looking at apple's again, even though I had no money to buy one :(

    Then, as luck would have it, during a Thanksgiving day Beer/Football fest, a friend of mine offered to by my Athlon system for 1800, which I couldn't pass up. So, in short, I sold the system within the week, & promptly ordered an iMac, still had to get a 15" (but with the SuperDrive) :) although the 17" was amazing, at the time it was a little out of my budget.

    After using the iMac for a few months, I was very pleased with my decision, I miss the games, but my wife bought me a playstation2 to take care of that, heh.

    After watching my financial situation improve since the beginning of the year, I decided to buy a laptop. I was open to all brands/platforms, and, to be honest, I was intent on buying a peecee laptop, since there were a few things that i HAVE to have a pc for, so I did.....actually I bought two....

    The first one I bought was a Toshiba, but it had a bad video chip, so i returned it, the 2nd was a sony grv-680, a very powerful machine, but 9 lbs was too much, and it had very bad build quality, so I returned it too.

    After researching for a few more weeks, I went to look at the 12" Powerbook....played with it at the Apple store, and took one home that day :)

    (it's got the SuperDrive too, hehe)

    anyway, with the money I saved going w/ the PBook, I stopped by WalMart, and bought one of the 499 HP bundles, which handles the few things that i needed the peecee for, hehe....

    Anyway, after playing with the Powerbook, I've decided that I want the 17"....so, if all things work out, I'll be owning a 17" by the end of summer, my wife will inherent the 12", & my 5-yr old will get the iMac.

    Anyway, that's my story, I went from forgetting apple even existed to owning 2 Macs within a year

    :)

    just thought i'd share my story


    l8

    BFJ




    erica mann. Jr. in Juwanna Mann - 2002
  • Jr. in Juwanna Mann - 2002


  • SuperJudge
    Apr 22, 02:05 PM
    I too have been considering OWC but surely their RAM is just a relabel of another brand?

    Everyone's RAM is just a relabel unless you're buying direct from a manufacturer like Infineon. What you're getting with the relabel is a warranty and customer service for said warranty. OWC is totally worth it, IMO.




    erica mann. Mary Mary attends Studio
  • Mary Mary attends Studio


  • Abstract
    Aug 3, 06:33 PM
    As long as it doesn't interrupt my flight in 2 weeks, I don't care. ;)




    erica mann. but that look is in.
  • but that look is in.


  • 4JNA
    Apr 18, 08:39 PM
    This weekend ASU physicist Paul Davies celebrated the 50th anniversary of astronomer Frank Drake’s “start of the most ambitious scientific experiment in history”: the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI); (Wall Street Journal; 4/10/10). On April 8, 1960 Drake, using the 85 foot radio telescope at Green Bank, WV, became the first to listen for signals from intelligent space aliens. But it’s been a long drought. According to Davies, "After five decades of patient listening, however, all the astronomers have to show for it is an eerie silence".

    SETI, not my cup of tea.

    i started folding a few days after my younger (and only) sister died from something that is being studied by F@H. she made it 2 days past her 35th birthday, and left a 4 month old baby and widow (and me) behind. i've been folding ever since, and won't stop until they quit giving out work units. period.

    thanks to all who fold here/there/everywhere.




    AlphaTech
    Jul 22, 06:28 PM
    Originally posted by G4scott
    this makes me want to buy a mug :cool:

    Then [as the commercial often said] just do it... :D




    notjustjay
    Sep 18, 02:44 PM
    I have a wall in my room that is slowly beginning to be covered by AOL CD's (and other similar junk CD's).

    I just tape them up with two-sided foam tape. Makes a nice wallpaper.




    jmdeegan
    May 2, 09:47 PM
    Even more reason 4 apple stores and then think of all the best buys

    ...americans help me out here there is a store in NY that does electronics.....SNAP just came to me there its called JR Electronics !



    Actually there are more than 4 stores in NYC--in manhattan proper, yes just those 4, but staten island has one, i don't think any other borough does yet tho

    and beyond those and best buy, save your gas. J and R does not carry the iPad as of yet. accessories only.




    CalfCanuck
    Dec 20, 05:14 PM
    The Nikon line, with digital ICE (as mentioned above) are a very capable line. I have the earlier Coolscan 4000, with the optional (but critical) scan feeder. It costs more, but when scanning thousands of images it was well worth it.

    I believe the new Coolscan 5000 line is both improved and cheaper, so I'd look into that if you have a large quantity of images to scan.

    My feeder (I believe they've modified the current feeder) needed a few modifications (searchable via google) to work with thinner cardboard mounts, but once done it worked fairly well. Plastic mounts were never a problem. Of course one had the odd jam, and all images still needed the normal digital darkroom work in Photoshop. But that's standard for every image.

    Edit - Just saw your "25,000 images to scan". Be sure to get scanning ASAP - I find that my limit is about 100 per day, allowing time for each image in photoshop.

    If I was you, i'd be more selective and only scan the images you were at least considering printing




    Rower_CPU
    Feb 14, 07:53 PM
    Yeah, you got to pay to play...fool. :p :D



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