LOL. are you serious? Youtube & Google Maps on iPhone barely changed since 2007.
Nah, i took my adderal today, does wonders i must say.
Because an innocent person is being killed (usually). Yes i know it has happened in the past with the death penalty, which is why i only support the death penalty in cases where there is no possible chance of innocence.
If there is any question as to whether or not their guilty, then they're not supposed to be convicted. Ever hear of the term "guilty beyond a reasonable doubt"? If there is any doubt at all, the jury is instructed to find them not guilty. Theoretically, every person who is convicted of murder should be guilty "without a doubt" or with "no possible chance of innocence". But that isn't always the case because even people who are convicted and "guilty beyond a reasonable doubt" are exonerated because the prosecution or jury screwed up or new evidence surfaced.
I do not disagree.
but why not? sex is good, and if both consent to it then their should be no problems as long as they know to be safe ect.
I know that I will get the usual canned response here from Notes fans ("but, you see, it is not just an email app, it is so much more...").
Yeah, they're probably the worst fanboys in the IT industry; "But it can do so much!" yes well if it can do so much, why is it the crashtastic pile of shite that it is today? If it crashes on you, you have to reboot the PC, cos just trying to start Lotus Notes again will give you a cryptic error message.
The user interface is the worst ever ("click that little unmarked rectangle top-left in the mail view to check for new mail!", and, oh, about 10'000 other possible examples of UI idiocy).
The last two jobs I've held have forced me to use this decades-past-it's-heyday trainwreck, and even though I've used it in various incarnations (~R4-R6 and whatever the latest public version is), I would love to know what the people at IBM were and still are smoking. Shouldn't you fix glaringly obvious bugs, from release to release? Do they even employ UI designers at IBM? Do they actually consider things such as optimizing performance, when rolling out a new release?
As far as I can see, the sole reason it still exists, apart from the fact that you can send and receive emails and do scheduling with it (which are the two things most companies use it for today), seems to stem from the veritable ARMIES of consultants and developers that keep on recommending it, ostensibly to protect their own incomes after having spent thousands learning how to develop applications for it.
I'm at a loss for how GV makes any difference in this scenario. If you move to another carrier, you can port your number to that carrier and not lose the number, so how exactly does GV help?
You're aware that GV is NOT a carrier service right? All it does it route calls to the carrier(s) you are using...
They have the same issue you came accross.
Your help is appreciated.
Also Quicktime in Snow Leopard may let you do this, not tried so far ...
You should be penalizing Apple for allowing this to happen. but instead you jump for joy.
...clearly you dont value your privacy as much as i do. *i* want to own my customer data. *i* want to decide who gets to use it.. i do *not* want a newspaper to own and sell my data to others.
thus, im pleased w/ iOS policies, at the expense of devious marketeers.
link. please? :)
Using QuickPick App...
dear god! i hope apples implementation isnt that ugly :(
mine from last month, PS'd picture of my doggy! :D (pure bred border collie, 4 years old).
i think i need a new one, suggestions?
I am not sure if I am going to go to the Burlington store or Cambridgeside yet. I work in Cambridge, so its easy. But then again I was one of the original workers of the Burlington store. :confused:
I'm going on holiday next month to Turkey, and I'd love to be able to use the GPS in my iPhone 4 to locate me. Problem is, I don't really want to pay the ridiculous data costs to use the in built Maps app.
Is there an app out there with maps of Turkey, which can locate me on that map without the use of any cellular data?
I am in no way sticking up for Android. I think its fragmentation is worse than what exists on iOS. I was just pointing out that iOS is also fragmented, in its own way. To be honest, iPads can run every app available in the App Store, but an iPhone/iPod Touch can't (the gotcha that iPad Only apps won't run on the other devices).