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ecosystems of canada

ecosystems of canada. (Canadian Press)
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  • spydr
    Jun 18, 09:21 PM
    Any benchmarks on read/write speeds with these �ber SD cards?

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  • Andronicus
    Aug 19, 11:13 AM
    because it's turned on by default. it should be off by default (IMO) and then turned on as an option. many people aren't aware that Facebook's new "features" are almost always on when rolled out.

    Can anyone confirm this? It's so annoying when new features are turned on by default. I guess I just need to delete my account. I have a fb, but never check it, but I keep it around just because I get an email if somebody sends me a message on there and then I contact them back. Facebook is just awful, worst mistake signing up for it. If you don't have one DON'T GET ONE!!

    ecosystems of canada. on the five ecosystems:5
  • on the five ecosystems:5

  • Kilamite
    Jun 25, 05:59 AM
    I work for a large telecom company and was installing home internet service for a customer that had an iPhone. When I asked if he wanted me to set up his wifi for him he said sure. When I looked at it the top right hand corner said T-mobile. I looked at the phone and said to myself T-Mobile? Then just carried on. So now looking at this article makes me think that they are actually testing it on their network. I don't know what to think of it actually.

    Carrier logos on the iPhone are in the top left corner. As a forum newbie I will tell you folks around here are sticklers for having your facts straight. You didn't see anything special ... Just an unlocked iPhone on T-mobile just like the one I have had since 2007!

    It's called unlocking. He'll have an unlocked iPhone (by whatever means) and stuck a T-Mobile sim in it. Doubt he'll have any data plans for it, just a cheap contract (or PAYG) and use WiFi when needed.

    ecosystems of canada. and ecosystems, Canada
  • and ecosystems, Canada

  • Dreadnought
    Jun 13, 12:05 PM
    I routinely hack into your dual G5 and make sure that you get lots of Tinkers. This way I don't feel like I'm hindering the effort but I can still cripple you...:D

    Your IP address is correct?
    Isn't that the IP of Quadra840? I already crippled him by shutting down his power once in a while. He was getting to close. And about those Stinkers, My normal production output is at 300, but with all these Stinkers I'm lucky if my average is 200 a day. We should all complain by Stanford, maybe we can do something about it and get a bit more gromacs.

    ecosystems of canada. These ecosystems are home to
  • These ecosystems are home to

  • Hans Brix
    Apr 1, 02:39 AM
    It's a little under $4/gallon for regular here in the Bay Area, Northern California.

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  • of ecosystem respiration

  • Flying Llama
    May 27, 11:26 PM
    Wow, I absolutely love this widget, just a little positive criticizing. ;)

    Where you click the three dots on the bottom to expand it, you have to go down to the bottom of the widget to close it back. Anyway of keeping it were it is, so you can quickly click, look, close back. This functionality would be similar to the weather widget.

    And for the actual design, I know you stated that you didn't like it and are planning to change it, make sure you make it nice and "aquafied", like the apple widgets. If you don't think you're too good at that there are always design pros here that i'm sure would be willing to help. :)

    But nevertheless I love this, I know this is just the early beta stage, but I have confidence this will be one of my favorite widgets. Also, have you thought of making a modified version which can join any team, and then submit it to Dashboard ( , you could win a Mac mini! :D (by the way I am in no way associated with these guys)

    EDIT: Woops was just reading MacBytes and noticed that voting has started and the contest is over at .... :o

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  • Mattsasa
    Apr 5, 11:23 AM
    So Counsumerreports publishes that they can't recommend the iPhone 4 due to antenna. Then they later realized that they were dumb asses and the iPhone antenna issue is a non-issue. Now they can't just change their mind, that would make them look like an idiot, so they stayed stubborn saying the iPhone 4 had an antenna issue, because they were too stubborn to admit they were wrong.

    Now the iPad is out they are trying to prove to the media that they are not being biased against apple.

    However, the iPad 2 is the best tablet. That is just a no-brained

    ecosystems of canada. to Benthic Ecosystems
  • to Benthic Ecosystems

  • e-coli
    Sep 13, 08:26 PM
    Dell a top tier vendor?

    actually, dell makes insanely great computers. their stock video cards generally aren't very good, but you can fix that easily.

    apple needs to catch up quickly. it's getting sad and pathetic. especially with the rumors that apple is just now scrambling to find someone to manufacture/replace the G5 or equivalent.

    ecosystems of canada. Boreal Ecosystems grow in
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  • SkippyThorson
    Jan 6, 03:37 PM
    so then how will it work exactly when i turn all the PN's on? Will i get alerts in the form of a text message? or will it have a little number in the corner of the app??

    See for yourself when you enable them: under push notifications in Settings, you have the ability to choose between sound, a message alert, and a number badge. Not all have all three, but the majority do. You pick what you want. All, some, or none. Just try it out. :p

    ecosystems of canada. Table A3 Healthy Ecosystems
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  • kd5jos
    Jun 19, 09:27 AM
    The standard file system of SDXC cards is exFat ( -- so does this mean the Mini now supports exFat?

    Not necessarily. You could reformat the cards using HFS+ and use it on any device that can read HFS+. The trouble is, that likely wouldn't include any device using the SDXC standard.

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  • of Trout Unlimited Canada

  • lordonuthin
    Apr 23, 11:14 PM
    Welcome king mook mook and matty-p we appreciate your joining the team!

    ecosystems of canada. Figure 1 – Parks Canada#39;s
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  • Dagless
    Jan 19, 07:04 PM
    I'd get one just for Zelda, Pilotwings and Starfox. But not at �230! That's ridiculous for a handheld machine that's primarily aimed at kids.

    Gotta disagree there. Nintendo's handheld systems have always had a varied library. Have you seen the launch lineup? Metal Gear Solid, Street Fighter, 2 Resident Evil games, Madden, Ridge Racer, Asphalt. Even those Zelda and Mario titles are universal. The only obvious kids title I see is Nintendogs.

    ecosystems of canada. Canadian politicians
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  • cleanup
    Apr 15, 07:09 AM
    Working at Microsoft is not a detriment to his career. It's a boon. I think you'd be hard pressed to find people who would refuse to work at the most successful software company in the world, except the most zealot-minded Apple fanboys, such as we have here. I understand why people downvote the story, but for goodness' sake, I'm fairly sure Apple's HR people know better than us. Give him a freaking break. He's going go to do a job 8000 times better than any random schmuck off the streets (or on these forums for that matter), and that's why he got it.

    ecosystems of canada. Canada, Creative Class
  • Canada, Creative Class

  • deconai
    Sep 1, 11:25 AM
    I am amazed to recently discover Mac owners pay more on average to keep the most current OS running on their box, even though OS X is cheaper (by about $70) than comparative Windows releases. This is, of course, due to the release of a new version of OS X every 18 months or so compared to the ridiculous periods between Windows versions.

    Bravo to you Apple for creating and meeting consumer demand while increasing your profit! This is a great stock to own right now. It's rated as Buy at $75 and yet it still trades for around $67-$68. I still don't know why more people don't hold on to this stock.

    ecosystems of canada. Canada#39;s wild ecosystems
  • Canada#39;s wild ecosystems

  • nagromme
    Nov 7, 05:20 PM
    Orwell's nightmare. Powered by Apple.

    You should have worried more when cell phones got GPS for emergency response service. GPS allows real tracking, and phones allow long-range data transmission, all tied to your phone account, address and payment info.

    In the face of that, how does adding a radio tag (as already used for lots of things) that communicates a few inches make a phone so much scarier?

    ecosystems of canada. 29 - BC Sensitive Ecosystems
  • 29 - BC Sensitive Ecosystems

  • definitive
    Apr 30, 04:30 PM
    have the keys been sent out?

    ecosystems of canada. Auld, Environment Canada,
  • Auld, Environment Canada,

  • Spanky Deluxe
    Oct 26, 12:22 PM
    They've just got the leopard disk cover on the front. I would post photos but I lack teh bluetooth on the iBook. :)

    ecosystems of canada. Environment Canada, 2000
  • Environment Canada, 2000

  • Alex Hobbs
    Mar 28, 06:15 PM
    It sold out in 8 days last year. If you are planning on going DO NOT hesitate on getting the tickets.

    It's sold out already!

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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 01:27 PM
    I don't want a boring DVD. I want Lion to come on one of those cool MacBook Air-style memory sticks, only compatible with ThunderBolt.

    Amazing, and then what? Maybe use it twice in your machine's life?

    Sep 25, 10:39 PM
    whenever i hear podcast i immediately think of apple, so why is apple shutting down free advertising?

    Ever think that Apple might not want you to think of them when you download some of the crap podcasts that would be, and have already become available???

    Apple would lose control of something they have been able to, for the most part, control up to now.

    Like Janet Jackson, Apple likes control.

    Oct 6, 10:35 AM
    I find it funny how investors continue to trust these "analyst" even though none of them have any insider information and are wrong 90% of the time, the other 10% of the time they have been correct was from publishing rumors as facts from stories they more likely read here on MacRumors regarding future products.

    like this guy "Alex Gauna" who called 20 Apple Stores around the country and already determined that the new Apple TV is selling at a rate of 1 millions units a quarter, even thought Apple Stores never give out any information of how many units have been received or sold.

    how do these people still have jobs?

    Jan 4, 12:48 PM
    If you have the 2gig plan, I wish you the best! (oh, stay away from Skype video chat and Howard Stern streaming too).

    I find it so ironic that caps are the norm now and companies seem to be adding streaming services daily. It's a freight train headed in the wrong overages are becoming more and more likely.

    Sep 14, 01:21 AM
    Originally posted by King Cobra
    verbose, do you ever give newbies a break with typos these days? :rolleyes: :D

    Great posts, guys. Well worth reading. But I think some of you need to take a closer look at WHY MHz/GHz doesn't matter as much.

    First of all, the Px does not have the Velocity Engine, and OS 10.1/2 uses it. There is a dramatic performance over the G4 (and especially later G3s) with 10.2, as the operating system is now more effeciant. Also, OS X takes advantage of dual processors to a certain degree (maybe an extra 50 percent or so). Finally, when you take a look at the new PowerMacs, you are looking at 4MB of L3 Cache (w/ dual 1.25GHz). The Px don't seem to have that (if any). So, basically, that would bring a 64-bit system (in terms of the P4) to about 4 or 5GHz right there.

    Now, take a look at the PC. Sure, the PC has incredible boot time, is great for playing games, and has a quick OS. However, the P4 lacks the necessity of an effecient L1 Cache. I do not see how 4Kb will provide enough memory for the complex operations tha Macs can handle. So, instead of a 4.7GHz, you're looking at, maybe, 3.x or 4GHz, assuming, with this new chip, the L1 cache has remained unchanged.

    First of all what do you consider great boot times? Not that this matters a lot. I have a new Dual Ghz/DDR and it starts from cold boot to login in screen in 27secs with 10.2 and from login to operating finder is nearly instantaneous.

    Second of all as I have stated before the true reason Mhz doesn't matter is because something like %98 of all computer users are not power users these are the people that will go buy a new computer tomorrow and if there is a 2.8Ghz computer sitting next to a 800Mhz computer they couldn't care they're going to buy the cheap one. They don't even care how much ram it has. I know this because I went computer shopping with my boss for work(yes for a PC). He wanted my help. Well little help I was he bought the cheapest computer he could get with 64MB of Ram I suggested we upgrade it later and he agreed well that was 2 years ago still it sits with 64MB of RAM in it. Oh and I might add it still has all the stickers on the front of it. These people don't care about this stuff all it's used for is mail and the occasional websearch and most people are like this.

    Mar 11, 04:15 PM
    So North Park is a lost cause? Anyone have any feedback on Knox?

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