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- Wed Feb 11, 2009 7:48 am
- Forum: Gatherings
- Topic: Photos from Clue performed by Simply His Servants
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I'm sure if we knew about it a little earlier, say 4-6 weeks before performance, you would have had at least two more people there. I work in Mayfield, but live in NJ, so needed to plan at least 3 weeks in advance for my flight schedules.
The touch is very cool. It has the same software OS as the iPhone and can run almost all the same applications from the Apps Store. The games on the touch as nearly as good as the ones on the Nintendo DS, PSP, etc, but tend to cost between $3-$10. Some of the good ones are even free. It's not like t...
iPod 5 gig (the first ipod from 8 years ago, 2001) $399 iPod Photo 40 gig (2004) $399 Nano 4 gig (the first version from 2005) $249 iPhone 8 gig (the first version from 2007) $599 iPhone 3G 16gig (2008) $299 It looks like everyone I know has an ipod and many people have iPhones. I'm surprised it too...
- Mon Dec 15, 2008 7:16 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Buy Clue Games (and all your Amazon.com purchases) here!
- Replies: 6
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Works in the UK.
Use this link.
Use this link.
Haha, I forgot about Joanna...good times, good times. You know, I like to come up with my screenname based on my father's brother's middle name as well. I don't really read the forum often, but just read Joanna's thread. I found this interesting: http://www.thaitum.com/photos_public/postings/Pictur...
Yeah, I know Publisher isn't available. I thought it would come with the edition of Office, but sadly not. But what I mean is that something I use, Adobe Pagemaker, is equivalent. They stopped selling PageMaker for the Mac in 2004. it doesn't even work on current Macs like the MacBook Air or the ne...
This was created with Microsoft Windows Photo Gallery, not Photoshop.Brian wrote:Me too. I made it. By the way, I am not praising our administrator, sorry to disappoint you. I was just bored before. I like to play around with Photoshop, etc.
Yes, they all do. iMovie comes in Apple's iLife '08 software, which comes with all new computers.Niteshade007 wrote:Also, completely stupid question, but do all macs come with iMovie? It didn't say that the MacBookPro did, so I was just curious.
I really want a MacBook, but I'm trying to decide which version to get. If I get the older version, I'd save money, but I don't like the white, and I don't want to spend the extra money for a black one. And I like the look of the new one, but I hear that it dents easily. I think the older aluminum ...
I've had a macbook Air since Feb, about 9 months now. It had a lot of overheating problems being the first gen model. Youtube for example cause one of the cores to shutdown, but over the last couple months I was able to fix it with some software tweaks. Last week the hinges on my air broke and I sen...
- Wed Sep 03, 2008 3:10 pm
- Forum: Miscellaneous
- Topic: Labor Day Weekend Plans
- Replies: 38
- Views: 35248
I work in New York City and my job takes me all around the island. Yet I, too, have NEVER taken a bus in the 6-7 years I've been here. I will take the subway, however. It's practically a necessity. But I take cabs as much as possible too. There's something about busses that I don't like. I think it...
We went to Philadelphia and watched a bunch of things in front of Independence Hall. They read the Declaration of Independence, had speeches and a cheese sculpture. http://www.vimeo.com/1296875 http://www.vimeo.com/1295739 Then we went to Valley Forge and hiked a few miles along the Valley Creek and...