1992 lamborghini diablo

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  • Small White Car
    Apr 4, 10:44 AM
    So because you don't like Financial Times it's okay for everyone that they are holding out iPad subscriptions. This is exactly what's wrong with you Apple fanboys.

    You should be penalizing Apple for allowing this to happen. but instead you jump for joy.

    You should be penalizing Financial Times for treating you poorly and yet you jump for joy.

    This is exctly what's wrong with you Financial Times fanboys.

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  • stevie3d#39;s 1992 Lamborghini Diablo - Indianapolis, IN

  • imacintel
    Oct 21, 02:25 PM

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  • Hilmi Hamidi
    Jul 31, 01:08 PM
    Oh, sorry, apparently I'm not very good at this time thing. I really did try to start it right as a new day started somewhere. If you wouldn't mind telling me, what time was it in UTC +14 when I posted this. You can use the link in the OP I have a feeling you didn't use if you need help.

    It's on Line Islands (http://wikitravel.org/en/Kiribati#Line_Islands) located in Kiribati.
    Yea, the place already at 1st Aug by the time you created the thread.

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  • mBox
    Nov 12, 12:54 PM
    WRONG! FCP is definitely not the industry standard. It gained a lot of traction in market share from Avid but has since regressed its gains over the last several years.I agree even though I loathe Avid and its Technical support :P
    Were stuck with Avid and we do what we can without their support.
    We also use FCP but presently at a lower stage in the production pipeline.
    However, our RED One delivery is trickling in (worse delivery ever) and now in the process of testing a the Red Rocket in a Mac Pro loaded with FCP3.
    Hope it all goes well.

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  • kenaustus
    May 2, 04:06 PM
    For those who cannot give blood, I understand that feeling as I'm in that group with 2 cases of cancer. Before I was diagnosed I did give a few (too few) times and wish I had given more.

    For those who can give blood, I've seen the huge need. My wife had acute leukemia (ALL) and over 18 months of chemo was in desperate need of blood 10 times. Fortunately the blood & platelets were available when needed.

    After that experience I felt I should have given more, but have no hesitation asking you to give a few units.

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  • 3) Lamborghini Diablo (1990)

  • jrko
    Apr 7, 03:02 AM
    ok. its now running from a 320Gb sata drive!

    I left carbon copy cloner running all night to make the bootable copy.

    I was a little bit worried about leaving all night as I could not watch the temps. I guess I'm just a bit worried I may have screwed up the thermal paste. But no, it survived showing 52deg when I checked this morning.

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  • Tom B.
    Nov 1, 12:27 PM
    i don't want to ruin everyones excitement, but straight from iLounge (http://www.ilounge.com) - New iPod shuffle arrives; old earphones, weak clip? (http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/news/comments/new-ipod-shuffle-arrives-old-earphones-weak-clip/8907) :( :( :(
    I really hope the weak clip issue is just because it is a shuffle from an early batch. Would anyone who already has a new shuffle like to comment on this?

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  • Lamborghini Diablo 1992 inside

  • IngerMan
    Apr 17, 05:15 PM
    Why the difference posted on console vs AJA? This was done on my MBA 13 TS128SSD.
    Write 186.2 AJA vs 197.89 Console
    Read 205 AJA vs 217.61 Console

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  • poppe
    Jul 26, 07:28 PM
    Man you need EyeTV2 with an EyeTV 500 Digital Broadcast reccorder. You don't need no stinkin HDMI and it plays beautiful 1080p on any 24" Apple or Dell Display from your 1.25GHz G4 without choking at all.

    Ooo that sounds nice... have to look in to that...

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  • Lamborghini Diablo SVR 1996

  • AaronEdwards
    Apr 28, 09:15 AM
    Name 1 Android device with sales figures like the iPhone 4.

    That's not what my point is about. Did I argue that iPhone 4 isn't the top selling phone? It is.

    But iOS is slipping and every time people starts saying wait for iPhone #, then iOS will gain again. iPhone # is released, it doesn't happen, people start talking about iPhone #+1.

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  • Doctor Q
    Aug 19, 12:53 PM
    Just imagine if your screensaver did that in full resolution!

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  • chewbacalips
    Apr 18, 01:57 PM
    I've just installed Windows XP on my late-2010 MBP. I've also installed the drivers via the Mac OS X Installation disc.

    After installing the drivers, my trackpad functions started working. For example, right-clicking (i.e., two-finger click) and scrolling (i.e., two-finger drag) work well. This wasn't the case before installing the drivers.

    But I am missing one function in Windows that is present in OS X:

    In OS X, I would often drag a file from one corner of the screen to the other. I could do this in 2 ways: (1) click-and-hold the file using one-finger, and then, with the same finger, drag the file. However, by this method, I usually am not able to drag the file all the way across in one swoop, so I must let go and try again. Option 2 works better. (2) click-and-hold the file using one-finger, and then, with a second finger, drag the file (while still holding down with the 1st finger). I still get the problem of not being able to drag a file across the screen in one swoop, but in this case, I don't have to let go of the trackpad entirely and restart. I can simply let go of the 2nd finger, and start over (all the while, I never let go of the 1st finger). This method gives me a lot of precision and versatility in dragging files or dragging a selection across long distances.

    The problem is that this isn't working in Windows XP (referring to option 2 in the above examples). As soon as I introduce the 2nd finger onto the trackpad, the computer thinks I'm trying to perform a right-click rather than a drag. It's very annoying because I often find myself trying to perform selections of great length, but can't.

    Any ideas on how to change this to the OS X style? I went through the Bootcamp Control Panel options (which solved some other problems), but it didn't solve this problem.

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  • jazz9
    Feb 2, 07:30 AM
    Mine for the month.

    I got it from interfacelift fairly recently so it should be on, or near, the front page.

    Found link if anyone wants it- http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper_beta/details/2450/raein.html

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  • Lamborghini Diablo VT

  • jav6454
    Dec 31, 06:35 PM
    man these 2684's are killing me. i didn't make the deadline for the last one b/c of 2 power outages

    How? Unless the power outages were each 6 hours long, there is no way. However, since it's full blown snow storms up north, I guess those must be common, just like down here in Honduras. Albeit for entire different reasons:D:p:eek:

    I forgot to mention, if anyone has a PS3, download the Folding client to it! It works towards keeping our pace!

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  • the Lamborghini Holding

  • appleguy123
    Jul 9, 02:39 AM
    Walmart is the cheapest and that's only by $3.

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  • dotnina
    Nov 11, 08:01 PM
    I love these threads, there are always little apps coming out and this is a great way to hear about them. I just installed Bytecontroller, it's exactly what I've been looking for in a menubar iTunes controller - simple.

    Does anyone know of a freeware app to monitor connections to your wireless network? My friend has something like this for Windows, not sure if there is something similar for mac (I'm a little paranoid).

    I don't know a thing about it, but iTattle (http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/internet_utilities/itattle.html) sounds like it might work for you. It's free. :)

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  • rainman::|:|
    Apr 30, 08:42 PM
    a very good idea indeed.


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  • nburwell
    Oct 9, 03:06 PM
    I typed in both 'Tweetie' and 'Tweetie 2' but it comes up with "no matches." I'll keep trying.

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  • Lamborghini Diablo GT.

  • nwainwright
    Oct 1, 11:24 AM
    Hi there,

    I've been a Mac user since '84 and a Notes user since '93. I also am a Notes developer and I've led dozens of Notes implementations. It's a great platform if it's done well. The biggest achilles heel has been their user interface (on any platform), and they're set to fix that (for the most part) in the next 12 months.

    The Notes Mac client hasn't always been the best. Well, never the best but it's been usable and they should be applauded for their long-standing support of the Mac platform. One of the key execs at their development team, Tim Halvorsen, was a key Mac supporter over the years (he's not there now).

    The movement of OS X to a robust set of development tools, coupled with the maturity of software development practices in general across the software industry, means that full and exciting support of OS X alongside Windows is now a lot easier than it has ever been...meaning Macs will be making more inroads into enterprise accounts.

    I applaud IBM's support of OS X and I only see things accelerating.

    By the way...shops with Notes deployed well tend to be just as passionate about Notes and some of us can be about Macs. :-)


    Nov 20, 01:05 PM
    artist rendition?

    okay i'll stop

    Feb 9, 03:54 PM
    well this kinda goes along with the A-list requirements, for A-list you have to have a high enough minute plan, and if you do, like me, you never end up using your minutes because everyone you call is on your A-list. So I have 9000 rollover minutes... sheesh. And if i drop down a level, I lose all my rollovers, pay a fee, then have to bump it back up the next month anyway. It's just a complicated way of making sure I don't go over my minutes.

    So I'll add this new feature tomorrow, and in 3 months I'll have 12000 rollover minutes. Hurray, i guess. :rolleyes:

    I am in the same boat, but I have over 11,000+ rollover minutes.

    Oct 13, 10:11 AM
    I bought Tweetie 1 when it first came out and have been relatively happy with it... now that I see Tweetie 2 is out, I was about to buy it ,when I noticed Tweetie 1 is no longer available. Doesn't anyone else see a problem with this? What happens if something happens to the Twitter API, forcing all developers of all platforms to rewrite some code. Wouldn't that mean the thousands of people who bought Tweetie 1 would be SOL?

    I'm all for paying developers for coming out with newer versions of their software.. and people here are complaining about how the App Store buyers shouldn't be bitching about having to spend $3 here and there when normal Desktop apps can cost $10, $20, $30 etc.. but there's a difference... If I go to buy a Mac App, there's always the old version that I can download if I so choose.

    I paid for Tweetie 1.. this means that if my computer goes, and I lose my downloaded version, i'll never be able to download it again? Or if i'm on the road and my iPhone has a problem and I want to re-download through the App Store, I can't? Sorry, but that's not acceptable to me.

    Look at Pangea Software's Enigmo for example. I bought that and had fun with it. Enigmo 2 is out, but it's not replacing Enigmo... Both versions are available...

    Ice Dragon
    Sep 18, 11:06 PM
    A friend of mine brought up that early in her youth, she played a game for Mac on a floppy disk called Jenny's Journeys. Has anyone else heard of this? Do you know where to buy/download it?

    Nov 22, 12:19 AM
    http://i.i.com.com/cnwk.1d/i/bto/20061120/iPhone_270x409_270x409.jpg (Credit: Ministry of Tech)

    That chill in the air means two things: the holidays are approaching, and the height of sports gambling season is upon us. The upcoming slate of college bowl games, the Super Bowl, and March Madness always warms the heart of even the casual gambler.

    But this year, techies can get in on the fun. A sports betting site called Bodog.com is taking bets on the launch date for Apple's long-rumored iPhone. Bodog's using the money line system to gauge whether Apple will introduce the iPhone by the end of April or whether it will introduce the product at January's MacWorld conference.

    For example, if you think Apple's going to launch the iPhone by April 30, you need to wager $150 to win $100. That means Bodog considers that likelihood as the favorite, while a launch after that date (or no launch) would win $110 on a $100 bet. Based on the odds quoted by Bodog, it's even more likely that Apple will annouce the "impending release" of the iPhone at January's MacWorld. A wager of $280 on that possibility is required to take home $100.

    We think Bodog should consider additional wagers, such as: Will Steve Jobs come out at MacWorld wearing his traditional black mock turtleneck or something different, like the button-down shirt he sported at Apple's Showtime event earlier this year? But, as usual, nobody asked. Since nobody's asking for our sports picks either, Crave likes Ohio State over USC in the Fiesta Bowl, San Diego's high-powered offense exposing Rex Grossman and the Bears in the Super Bowl, and North Carolina to bring the hardware back to Chapel Hill.

    source: http://crave.cnet.com/8301-1_105-9664161-1.html?tag=cnetfd.mt

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