Monday, June 6, 2011

barcelona beach night

barcelona beach night. Barcelona beach by night
  • Barcelona beach by night


  • takao
    Mar 16, 09:44 AM
    Excuse me, I was talking about consumer pickup trucks, not large16+ Ton HD shipping trucks.

    well you said "large" trucks ;)

    the problem with pick up market is that the US manufacturers still have problems of selling theirs worldwide in emerging markets opposed to toyota etc.

    and in europe and japan there simply is not much of demand for them apart of the novelty factor

    edit: one of the problems of the US car industry sometimes is the thinking of a "this years model" which from time to time surfaces again and again, Perhaps not so much with the companies but with consumers.




    barcelona beach night. open through the night.
  • open through the night.


  • paddy
    Dec 18, 10:42 AM
    Have the song already but just bought it on iTunes. ********** hate XFactor.




    barcelona beach night. arcelona beaches.
  • arcelona beaches.


  • Chupa Chupa
    Apr 26, 06:35 AM
    We are still in a transition period. There is zero reason to think 10.7 won't come on DVD. Not everyone -- actually most -- people in the U.S. do not have high speed broadband (4 Mbps or faster) service either because of cost or availability [stats here for the non-believers: http://www.oecd.org/document/54/0,3343,en_2649_34225_38690102_1_1_1_1,00.html] . It would be suicidal for Apple to ship a multi-GB OS only via download. Especially Apple home users, who bought into Apple because of it's ease of use, are not going to sit for hours as their new shiny OS downloads, then sit for another 15-30 min as it installs.




    barcelona beach night. Bcnjoy Party Tours: Beach Tour
  • Bcnjoy Party Tours: Beach Tour


  • beaner454
    Mar 26, 06:16 PM
    I agree that it's a side street, but don't think it's Bryant. My CA office is just off Bryant, so I've walked it up and down and can't place it. The reflection is what suggests a side street to me.

    It's Calafia over at Town & Country off of El Camino.



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    barcelona beach night. Prices per night
  • Prices per night


  • hondaboy945
    Sep 20, 12:38 AM
    So what I want to know from anyonewho knows is can we boot from one of the other 3 HDD's,and then, with the Quadro FX 4500, play some wicked PC games. Or are we there yet, should I just keep saving until all of the cool stuff is ready (CS3, PC games, nasty graphics capabilities).




    barcelona beach night. the each at night, Barcelona,
  • the each at night, Barcelona,


  • PBF
    Mar 28, 08:16 AM
    What are the chances of iPhone 5 going on sale the same week or the week after? :o



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  • arcelona beach at night,


  • msimpson
    Apr 14, 02:43 PM
    I am wondering if Steve Jobs approved this. He doesn't look at all like someone who works at Apple. His hair is not spiked with mousse, or his head is not shaved. He buttons his shirt too high and has a t-shirt on underneath. He would never be allowed on stage for a product demo looking like that. Maybe they will send him to Apple Boot Camp and indoctrinate him.




    barcelona beach night. The best of Barcelona is
  • The best of Barcelona is


  • gagebart
    Mar 13, 10:41 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I live in Arizona and we don't follow daylight savings time, but my phone jumped an hour ahead. I'm on AT&T btw



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    barcelona beach night. of the many each bars,
  • of the many each bars,


  • Arran
    Feb 18, 11:48 AM
    That "picture" of Jobs at the cancer center is clearly not Steve Jobs. Its so obvious that isn't Jobs that its not even funny. ...

    Who can even say it was outside a cancer center? It could just be a shot of some random old guy at the mall.

    And the second NE photo, where anonymous-old-guy faces the camera, has been cropped to remove his face. Hmmm.




    barcelona beach night. Miami Beach Night Life
  • Miami Beach Night Life


  • BBC B 32k
    Oct 17, 05:13 PM
    nope, should i be thinking Newcastle Brown Ale in st James Park? :D



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    barcelona beach night. lt;Later same night, but at
  • lt;Later same night, but at


  • baryon
    Jun 18, 01:57 PM
    Woah... I would partition a 2TB SHXC card and use 1TB for Time Machine and the other half for Final Cut Pro! On freaking 3 square centimeters!




    barcelona beach night. Prices per night
  • Prices per night


  • mrzippy
    Mar 1, 07:17 AM
    I just pulled my sim card out of my Motorola T720 and threw into my mums nokia something or other. It works fine, I'm not sure what problems your having

    I am now in correspondence with the webmaster over this issue.

    The problem is when I click Next from the main WAP page I get a Response Unknown error on my phone, this occurred with a Nokia 7210 and my new 3200.

    The error usually means invalid characters are on the page, or the MIME type is not compatible with phone.



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    barcelona beach night. Barcelona beach at night.
  • Barcelona beach at night.


  • rovex
    Mar 28, 10:38 AM
    WWDC and E3 in the same week. OMG.

    We can feast our eyes on the Sony NGP whilst Apple have nothing new to show in terms of hardware! :D




    barcelona beach night. First night on the each
  • First night on the each


  • markjs
    May 4, 06:35 AM
    I am a confirmed PC user, you might call me a PC biggot because I will defend my PC preference to the death. Primarily I like the PC because of it's gaming ability, combined with internet access, and the fact I could afford it and am able to build and upgrade it myself cheaply while still buying high quality parts. My PC is a modest:

    Athlon XP 1700+
    ECS K7S5A Mainboard
    512MB PC2100
    SB Live Value
    Onboard Lan
    ATI Radeon 8500LE 64MB
    Realtek PCI NIC
    Western Digital 40GB and 20GB 7200RPM ATA 100 hard disks
    Running Windows XP Professional Service pack 1

    What I am getting at by this post, is why are Mac people so biggoted against the PC. Another guy made a post somewhere else about how maybe one in fifteen PC users is anti Mac, but more like one in two Mac users is anti PC. What can a Mac user do that I can't? I do audio and video editing on my PC, I can't think of anything a Mac can do my computer can't (and I'll wager I'll do anything cheaper, and being poor that's a serious consideration to me), and what is the big draw to the Mac. I realize this isn't the best forum for a two sided debate, but I am thowing it out there anyway.

    Note: I really don't want to hear how Windows sucks, because the newest version is very easily useable and quite stable and I personally know at least one person who likes Windows XP as much as OSX and uses both regularly. Granted Win 98 was a steaming pile o' dog doo and so was ME, but since 2K Windows has been very viable. Another thing to consider is that Windows is written to work on hundreds....even thousands of hardware configurations, when Mac OS needs to work on maybe 10.....That itself aquits even Windows 95 rather nicely. Besides I can run Linux or other flavors of Unix on my PC should I choose. My inquiry is about the hardware....why do you love it so much it makes you hate PC's

    PS I know two people who have switched from Mac personally, so it goes both ways.



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  • hulugu
    Aug 14, 05:05 PM
    I'm not claiming to say that these ads have hurt or helped boost the market shares...I'm only saying that I have only heard negative things about them.

    I feel embarrassed watching them.

    I personally believe that the market share has risen because of the intel switch. The ads happened to come out at the same time so it's impossible to know how they've affected the market share, but either way I really don't like them. It's not the actors either... definitely the elitist script.

    I like that Shaun White ad where he narrates what he does with his computer and this stunt guy (you can only see his torso) is reaching and grabbing at nothing that was edited later to appear as if what he was grabbing at were his folders/documents/songs/etc... Pretty clever. And no snobbishness (yeah that word rocks) either.

    Did I mention I like Ellen Feiss?


    I don't think the Apple ads are elitist or snobish, however I do think the HP ads are very cool. By showing what the computer can do in a slick, sci-fiction way, the ads sell the HP computer in a way that the Mac vs. PC ads don't
    If Apple's seeing increasing market-share it because they're finally trying to sell the computer and it's this ad presence that is working. The commercials' content doesn't really work, but only die-hard geeks can really get fired up for these commercials.
    For Joe Sixpack, the commercials remind him that Mac exist, they're cool and they do neat stuff. And that's the good part.

    The bad part is some people think they're being insulted, and some of those people will matter when it's time to buy a computer.

    Apple should've gone the HP way, show how cool the computer is and stop mentioning the PC at all.

    However, during WWDC, take a shovel to Microsoft is so inclined, that's a time to stir the troops into a fury.




    barcelona beach night. the cultural and night
  • the cultural and night


  • *LTD*
    May 5, 01:43 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2 like Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C134 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Devil's Advocate:

    I bought a Netbook Holiday Special ($199 normally $399 with ATI chip and graphics and Win 7 Home Premium) from the MS Store last Dec.

    MS took off the manufacturer's build (with tons of bloat-ware) and put their own on. It included a lot MS of extras (photo, video editing, music editor - sounding familiar?) and their premium Anti-Virus with lifetime subscription.

    When it booted, it only asked for my username and the type of network to connect to (again - familiar? LOL)

    I haven't had any problems with it whatsoever... :eek:

    Just food for thought...

    A lot of people on this board forget that Windows is the OS leader for a reason...

    Universal licensing.



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    barcelona beach night. Barcelona at Night
  • Barcelona at Night


  • SactoGuy18
    Apr 29, 07:21 AM
    This is a TERRIBLE idea for the following reasons:

    1. You would need to have ever car fitted with the equivalent of an electronic toll collection system so we have can verified computation of miles traveled. Talk about serious privacy implications, to say the least.

    2. The cost of implementing such a system would be exorbitantly expensive.

    In my opinion, if you want to cut down on fuel consumption, just impose an excise tax based on engine displacement and physical size of vehicle like they do in Europe and Japan. That way, it would discourage people from buying bigger fuel-guzzling vehicles in the first place. I mean, would you buy a BMW 750iL if you're going to be hit with a 20% excise tax on top of the price of the car?




    barcelona beach night. Spain Barcelona Beach
  • Spain Barcelona Beach


  • Enigma55
    Mar 20, 02:52 PM
    I'm not sure if many of us have grasped just how significant this product really is, and equally how important it is that it succeeds.

    Yes, this is obviously the case for Apple. I would contend that they're betting a huge proportion of their reputation, and therefore Apple's future success, on the iPad's success.

    But it's equally important for the rest of us. For decades MS has had a virtual monopoly in large areas of education sector. This hasn't been good for education and it surely hasn't been good for students.

    Apple need to get it right. And pricing is a part of that. The deal is a part of that. But it will be the nature of the whole package that makes or breaks iPad. And in the case of education, it's the deals Apple signs with text book publishers that will make all the difference.

    We buy iPods because the interface is great and buying music through iTunes is easy. [Yes, I know it's not the only way to get music on an iPod].

    We buy iPhones because the interface is great and buying apps through the App Store is easy [Yes, I know you can jailbreak an iPhone], and getting on the net is easy.

    We will buy iPads because the interface is great and buying books through iBookstore will be as easy as music and apps.

    When Steve Jobs said "We're standing on the shoulders of Amazon�s Kindle..." he wasn't kidding.

    In as many ways as the Kindle is revolutionary [the screen, the process of buying books etc], it is also equally crippled and retarded. The absence of colour makes it useless for text books. Books were printed with colour plates over 100 years ago. Imagine trying to study the use of colours in a artist's work, or studying anatomy... in B&W!

    No, Apple have to drown the Kindle before Amazon perfect colour. It's a race in which Apple already have a head start, and a serious competitive edge, in the form of their OS and entire business model, which is much more diverse and competent and than Amazon's.

    But we shouldn't ignore the other options:

    15 years after Amazon revolutionized the way we buy books [and arguably saved reading books as an idea], in 2009 Barnes & Noble finally started to catch on and announced it is to Launch a Kindle Competitor... in Color! And Fujitsu is set to release its Flepia color e-book reader in Japan with a $1,000 price tag.

    Whilst these are not competitors for the iPad in the real sense, they are indicators of how their market could be dinted, and where the technology might be going.

    Apple's are not the only fruit, but the iPad is looking increasingly like the most credible education companion. We need to get beyond the package pricing and examine the real benefits of a ubiquitous Apple device in the education sector.

    I agree. You people just don't get it. What is good for Apple is good for America. We need to support them and help Apple change the world through this magical product. Buy it!




    barcelona beach night. Barcelona Beach Bars - Drink
  • Barcelona Beach Bars - Drink


  • Hisdem
    Nov 17, 05:56 PM
    So a 17 year old can do it but a gigantic company with $50 billion lying there can't. Seems logical to me. :rolleyes:

    Wake up Steve. Seriously.




    BRLawyer
    Mar 26, 04:53 PM
    ""They're going to see it all eventually so who cares how they get it." Which seemed to be about web content, said the tipster."

    How can that be interpreted about web content ? :confused:

    Exactly, Jobs was just talking about paparazzi taking pics of 'em. :D




    Gosh
    Oct 27, 05:32 PM
    Can somebody explain to me why anybody would want to pay $100/year for an email account with only 1 GB of storage?

    Because you love Apple and want them to be really profitable and design more wonderful stuff and take over the world and you can say you were ahead of the curve rather than having to explain why a computer needn't crash! Or maybe you just got $100 to burn and you could do worse!;)




    Moyank24
    Feb 23, 06:41 PM
    At some point, parents have to take responsibility here.

    I would understand the government getting involved if there were no controls in place so this wouldn't happen. But this is ridiculous. Before handing a child a phone, computer, or remote control you should be aware of possible risks and be preactive about preventing them. It seems like it has become so easy now to just blame someone else.

    I'm with everyone else...the government has better things to do.




    kainjow
    Oct 26, 09:48 PM
    Very, very slick. Only problem is that I can't seem to figure out how to flag something as junk, or modify the buttons/icons at the top to flag/junk, ec messages. Any pointers?
    I don't think you can. But I thought .Mac already has server side spam filters? Maybe it doesn't?

    BTW seems to work fine for the most part on IE7, with a few rendering glitches.




    jonhcox
    Apr 19, 10:40 AM
    Also, oopsie hardware releases aside, how would a "supposedly" early software build of iOS5 end up in the prototype phone of some guy in South East Asia? Hardware production is outsourced to Asia, yes, but software would be held pretty damn closely. Maybe I'm wrong?

    BS- IMHO this is a shamster.



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