Tuesday, May 31, 2011

map of us cities

map of us cities. from major US cities to
  • from major US cities to

  • DougAdams
    Jul 18, 08:08 AM
    I think it highly unlikely that the WWDC will be the launchpad for anything so consumer-oriented. The highlight of the WWDC is the Leopard preview. Apple needs developers on board for 10.5 and nothing's gonna over-shadow that.

    map of us cities. map of us cities.
  • map of us cities.

  • benjayman2
    Feb 26, 10:39 AM

    You beat me to it lol.

    I'd post pics of our new room but my camera is so 1999 :p

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  • map of us cities. us cities

  • ender land
    Apr 10, 09:57 AM
    The only stick-shift I ever drove cost about a quarter million.

    Guess I should learn sometime as I would like to get a manual transmission at some point.

    map of us cities. Big map of USA with all states
  • Big map of USA with all states

  • HahaHaha321
    Apr 2, 07:22 PM
    Great concept, I love it. But it was poorly executed. Who picked the music for this ad? It's terrible. And the voiceover is on the verge of creepy.

    I miss old Apple ads. Their advertising is going downhill while their products keep getting better.

    map of us cities. United States Map
  • United States Map

  • Calbretto
    Apr 20, 10:28 AM
    I simply can't wait for the refresh. I am ready for my first iMac... and my first home Mac. :) I use a Mac Pro G5 at work that is a few years old but an awesome machine. My home use for a Mac is less demanding than at work so I figure an iMac would be fine for my needs.

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  • ssdeg7
    May 3, 08:38 PM
    Im on DP 2 Update 3. This un-installation process applies to all external apps, not just MAS apps. No code, no change required. :)

    I just tried it myself, it works with all apps, this is great

    map of us cities. USA rail transit
  • USA rail transit

  • NAG
    Apr 21, 01:50 PM
    Despite the freaked brigade and people wanting to turn this into a huge political argument I think this guy at Reddit had the best thing to say about this:

    Yes they probably need to encrypt this to keep thieves and insane people from taking it from your phone but it's nothing that other cellular providers aren't doing with their phones, you just can't see it necessarily.

    Thank you for the nice explanation. It is kind of funny that so many people don't bother to find out why this database even exists before jumping to conclusions. Now if it turns out they're gathering this info and giving it to marketers or whatnot, sure reason to complain there. If it is a feature with an oversight, then the overreactions here are needless. What is more likely, aliens stealing your bodily fluids or a design mess up?

    map of us cities. American cities on map: San
  • American cities on map: San

  • Sabenth
    Apr 26, 01:04 PM
    i have no real idea why i just did this but app has many abbreviation,s

    map of us cities. and U.S. Cities with a
  • and U.S. Cities with a

  • know-it-all5
    Jan 3, 07:36 PM
    This would point to iPods being a footnote in the keynote, but the original iPod's end of cycle status (it hasn't been updated for quite some time, by iPod standards) and the fact that Zune was released earlier, I have a feeling Steve Jobs will want to one up Microsoft in the music player department after doing so with a demonstration of Leopard in the OS department.
    do u consider the september update an update?

    map of us cities. map of american cities
  • map of american cities

  • Chef Medeski
    Jul 13, 10:24 PM
    So, how long till it comes to laptops? :D

    And on top of that, its only going to be a viewer, right? I mean have they created any Blu-ray burners, yet?

    I really don't want to buy a Macbook Pro until it has Merom, 802.11n, and blue-ray, cause I know those are all going to be standard in less than a year and I can't afford to have a crippled laptop for 3 yrs.

    Hopefully it won't be too far, I've saved enough cash.

    map of us cities. Map of US roads.
  • Map of US roads.

  • PBF
    Apr 2, 11:40 PM
    Actually, I'm talking about JUST the content within the window, and only Safari Fullscreen Mode can do it. I'll post a pic...
    Ah, I see. Thanks for clarifying. That's new. By the way, it works from both left and right sides. Neat.


    map of us cities. maps of some U. S. cities
  • maps of some U. S. cities

  • Chef Medeski
    Jul 14, 11:49 AM
    The real deal about codecs from Wikepedia:

    HD DVD:

    the same video compression techniques: MPEG-2, Video Codec 1 (VC1) and H.264/MPEG-4 AVC.

    HD DVD can be mastered with up to 7.1 channel surround sound using the linear (uncompressed) PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS formats also used on DVDs. In addition, it also supports Dolby Digital Plus and the lossless formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD.


    decode at least the following codecs: MPEG-2, the standard used for DVDs; MPEG-4's H.264/AVC codec; and VC-1, a codec based on Microsoft's Windows Media 9. Realistically, when using MPEG-2, quality considerations would limit the publisher to around two hours of high-definition content on a single-layer BD-ROM. The two more advanced video codecs can typically attain four hours of high quality video.

    For audio, BD-ROM supports up to 7.1 channel surround sound using the linear (uncompressed) PCM, Dolby Digital and DTS formats also used on DVDs. In addition, it also supports Dolby Digital Plus and the lossless formats Dolby TrueHD and DTS HD.

    So, easily seen. The employ the exact same codecs. The only difference is:

    Stricter DRM control
    Much More Scratch Resistant
    Greater future capacites

    Cheaper to manufacture

    And if Toshiba can make a 6-layer disc... well then that means a 90GB HD-DVD..... not bad. That would pull it in right above the total capacity of my PB HD.

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  • map of us cities.

  • Multimedia
    Nov 20, 01:58 PM
    I think the number or cores will finally level off for a while once 8 core machines
    become mainstream.Mainstream? I doubt any 8+ core users will be mainstream outside of commercial use.The next goal will be production refinements like 45 nm production for greater energy efficiency.I'll be surprised if that won't lead to a 16-core offering about a year from now or next winter 2008 at the latest. We are about to go from 4 to 8 in little over a year and a half to begin with. So I would guestimate the graduation from 8 to 16 will be in less time than it was from 4 to 8. So i would say that would not be a leveling off.Software developers will need to re-train or hire new software engineers who know how to take advantage of multi-core architecture.Well I'm still into the idea that multi-tasking can be just as big a driver of the need for more cores as multi-threaded within each. So I'm not sure we need to wait for software developers to "catch up". I know I'm not alone when I say I could use 16 cores in a Mac Pro right now with the existing base of software that already exists.The big question for those who must have the newest, most powerful system will be how much RAM they'll need to take advantage of the new architecture.I know that the primary applications I could use all this power for do not use much ram at all. So this specification may vary a lot among users.There are quite a few audio/video production professionals wondering how all this
    will help to improve their workflow capabilties.Wondering? I'm pretty sure most are not wondering - more like eagerly anticipating due to KNOWING it will improve workflow tremendously.

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  • Our editable USA county map is

  • BlizzardBomb
    Aug 29, 09:45 AM
    Merom doesn't cost the same as Yonah! Merom costs the same now as Yonah did WHEN IT WAS RELEASED. Since then the cost has gone down and is supposed to dip lower in the coming weeks. Apple could use Yonah in the Mini and lower the price to where it used to stand.

    Nonono, Merom costs the same as Yonah's June price points which are still here even with Merom out in the wild.

    map of us cities. most popular U.S. cities.
  • most popular U.S. cities.

  • hunkaburningluv
    Mar 28, 05:19 PM
    I stopped reading at "silky smooth 30fps". What the hell? Is this "silky smooth" for a timely epileptic? Talk about hype. I'm looking forward to the NGP more than anything else for portable gaming. I've been waiting for dual joysticks on a portable since playstation. Ironic, since Sony is the king of hype. Apple advertises games as part of their platform, yet doesn't have one accessory for gaming...and how many accessories for everything else? Screw that bipolar approach.

    "Microsoft announced the Kinect would extend the life of the 360 by 5 years, and PS3 launched with the intention of a 10 year life span. "

    This is just a misnomer for an era of 32x hardware to thrive in place of new consoles. It's killed console gaming for me. 30fps is a relic. It was mildly entertaining when, year after year, gamers defended it in light of shiny graphics. Now it's just embarassing.

    Every now and then I rent a console game and end up setting it aside before beating it; because a nine foot screen and 30fps interactive media with a ton of screen tear does NOT mix well unless you include vomit and/or motion sickness. Then it's chunky goodness to the last dry heave.

    there's a few misconceptions about the lifespan of consoles - Sony for instance - the PS2 had a 10 year lifespan, but it does overlap with the release of the PS3 - that's how it'll go with the PS4. As for the 360 - that won't be the only platform the MS has on the market - in a couple of years there will be another 'next gen' console from MS.

    Also maybe you need some glasses? I mean, I regularly game with no issues. I agree that screen tearing is annoying, but certainly not nausea inducing. Besides, not all games are 30fps....perhaps you are just a little 'sensitive' and by I mean 'sensitive' I mean talking out of your arse perhaps?

    map of us cities. This map layer includes cities
  • This map layer includes cities

  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Aug 24, 05:43 PM
    I hope it happens soon......that new iMac is sounding nice!!! I think it is obviously coming "VERY SOON." What happened to September 5th? Is that the tuesday after labor day, I think it is....

    This article refers to the Mac Mini, not the iMac...

    map of us cities. Map detailing U.S. cities with
  • Map detailing U.S. cities with

  • SoraLimit
    Sep 18, 11:29 PM
    He got it from Hong Kong.

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  • Firsts in U.S. Cities Map

  • RITZFit
    Jan 6, 03:49 PM
    My teggy

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  • United States Map Showing

  • Tomorrow
    Apr 20, 10:54 AM
    I also hate to hear people moan about how inconvenient a standard transmission is during stop and go traffic; I mean it's not that bad

    For most passenger cars in the U.S., an automatic transmission is standard - indeed, a manual transmission isn't even available for many (if not most) cars here.

    As for being "not that bad," you might not think so; for many of us, there's a noticeable difference, one we can appreciate.

    People are just too willing to sacrifice the fun of driving for convenience.

    I used to think driving was fun, but that was many years ago. I absolutely loathe driving now. Whenever I go somewhere with my wife, she drives.

    To me, driving is a necessary evil; if I'm at point A and I need to get to point B, and nobody else is going my way, then I'll drive; otherwise, I won't. I positively hate it, and I gain no joy whatsoever from it.

    Aug 6, 11:15 PM
    you know everyone's going mac nuts when it says "update: photo of cloth covered banners".... :)

    Or when there are multiple threads analyzing a photograph of a banner with dozens of icons on it, and nobody notices the photo also shows (the same) two covered banners. :)

    Jun 24, 01:45 AM
    buh-bye porn guy!:eek:

    You're that ignorant that you think the only benefit of an open platform is pornography?

    Jan 12, 01:48 PM
    I'm pretty sure Lord Steve is sitting back with a cup of coffee reading all this and laughing.

    Apr 12, 08:36 PM
    Seems late for an event. Since its FCP, should we have a video of the event? :) Or maybe it will come later after it is edited. ;)

    Jul 18, 01:48 AM
    If I'm going to spend all that time downloading a movie, I should at least be able to keep it. Bah.
    I'd rather them just be streamed if it is indeed going to be rentals.

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