Hi folks. So what's the best application, for making a slideshow that I'll want to post on a website?
It will show pictures of a home for sale, and would be nice if folks didn't have to load plug-ins to view it.
Aside from the bad here, Apple won't, no, they can't wait, they will HAVE to find a way to produce these products or it's going to suck for them big time.
They WILL dig into that stock pile of cash, and make some amazing things happen they will.
Sorry but if you have a Macoun Apple, you'll never go back to any others
- Macoun - Highly regarded in northeast for flavor. Crisp white flesh with juicy sweet-tart flavor.
Which makes me think, that Apple will be coming out with more colors at the same time, or very shortly after the white one.
Less options, less costs, but there are those people who would buy a, said Red, Blue or other favorite colored iPhone, who MIGHT not purchase one otherwise.
Once Oprah tells the world that the iPad2, is NOW her favorite toy, how in hell is anyone else going to even think of competing?
- Hype = Sales
- TV appearances = Sales
- Movie appearances = Sales
- Word of mouth = Sales
- Reviews = Sales
- Depend = Sales
- Lack of supply = Sales
- Cool factor = Sales
- it's an Apple = SALES!
I'm sure we have all heard the saying "They are laughing their ass off, all the way to the bank!
Damn folks, #2 isn't out yet, and we're in here pissing and moaning that #3, won't, or isn't likely to be coming this year????
Folks, think like Steve and many others - LIVE for today, for tomorrow may not come, or worst yet, you could find yourself listed in the newspaper.
Hi. I'm getting lines showing up on my 30" Apple monitor, with no apparent reason or place.
These lines can be any place within the screen, but generally in the center section of the screen.
These lines show up in most any applications, Photoshop, mail, internet, but so far, not in Freehand or Illustrator, office, text editor that I've noticed.
On most occasions, when these lines show up, I can move the window that they are showing up in i.e., if the line(s) are...