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It does need to be accurate to within inches. It just needs to be able to measure the time difference it takes for the signal to reach each antenna. That's the way your ears work to determine which direction a sound comes from. We are not that good at it, but owls and bats are extremely good at locating things this way.
The cable companies also have some streaming content available for free to subscribers. Of course their free offerings are pathetic unless you subscribe to a premium channel. Still with a number of free offerings in addition to their paid offerings, it is impressive that iTunes can compete.
There are way too many scams out their for me to use a number posted in a forum. You are much better off suggesting people go to their official web site or iTunes to donate.
That stupid paper clip they put in word trumps all.
Judging from the fact they have already sold out at every store that got them, my guess is that they didn't offer preorders because they knew they might be short on supply.
I got a 15 in MacBook Pro in November 2008. My cycle count is at 1312 and the condition says normal. I think my battery life has fallen off a little bit, but it still is fine. I don't know how comparable our batteries are since we have different models, but given how many more cycles my battery has gone through, I'd say yours will be fine for a while.
Good to know. By the time someone figures outhow to bypass ASLR this vulnerability will likely be patched.
This was helpful to me. http://www.cocoalab.com/BecomeAnXcoder.pdf The author basically teaches you to write C code that uses some of Apples API's. Apple's own tutorial on objective C was also very helpful. http://developer.apple.com/library/m...tiveC/ObjC.pdf
Lots of free advertisements for Target in this thread.
I don't think that would be an issue considering that they are using paper charts now.
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