Tuesday, May 10, 2011

2005 Nissan Micra 160sr

2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. 2002 Nissan Micra C+c Concept
  • 2002 Nissan Micra C+c Concept

  • jgould
    Feb 22, 07:32 PM
    I hardly have any cable management. I just have a few twist ties used from trash bags!

    I've done that too :D Simple beats complicated...

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. Nissan Micra
  • Nissan Micra

  • Gem�tlichkeit
    Apr 12, 09:29 PM
    I hope this means we will eventually see a 64bit version of iMovie ;)

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. Nissan Micra 1.2 S, BLACK,
  • Nissan Micra 1.2 S, BLACK,

  • yac_moda
    Jul 19, 07:00 PM
    No - they are actually losing market share.

    "-- 50% of buyers are new to Mac."

    The way to compare is not from one quarter to the next, but 3rd quarter with 3rd quarter (Very seasonal buying by education scews all comp companies number this way.) -- SO THEY HAVE HAD A HUGE JUMP :eek:

    But we will have to wait to see exactly how much.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. 2002 Nissan Micra C+c Concept
  • 2002 Nissan Micra C+c Concept

  • yac_moda
    Jul 19, 07:38 PM
    Ah, those were the days.

    A one page web-site, drooling capital venurists, a silly name like "BoxOfRox.com", and the day of your IPO your stock was $100 a share. Set for life I tell ya.

    NOT NEAR AS BAD AS THE ROARING 20s when many IPOs were openly pyramid schemes -- pyramid scheme TODAYS HOUSING MARKET :eek: :mad:

    Have you ever noticed that old timers LIKE pyramid schema !!!

    I guess that is why DELL was once sooo popular :rolleyes:

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. nissan micra picture
  • nissan micra picture

  • mccldwll
    Sep 1, 02:49 PM
    New form for imac--
    --headless, docks to 17", 20" or 23" isight enabled displays (have to buy display w/ mac--priced together)
    --but can buy displays separately for upgrade
    --home entertainment model
    --headless unit can be carried to tv room w/o hauling display (putting old imac near a TV very bad design since 2 focal points, and SJ hates bad design)

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. Nissan Micra 1.2 Sport,
  • Nissan Micra 1.2 Sport,

  • cube
    Mar 24, 03:02 PM
    OpenCL /DirectCompute are COMPUTE tasks that are hardly anything currently supports(both of which support hardware before DX11, completely eradicating the point of even bringing that up in the first place). You do not have a better CPU. In theory and vaporware tests you could outperform Sandy Bridge by itself. But Sandy Bridge with a discrete GPU will smoke Llano with a discrete GPU any day of the week.

    I'm not talking about using a discrete GPU, but about what you can do with just the CPU (or should I call it "APU"?).

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. May 3, 2005 at the Nissan
  • May 3, 2005 at the Nissan

  • Small White Car
    Apr 12, 10:03 PM
    On iOS you pay ONCE and then all upgrades are free.

    Not true. If you buy a Mac-app or iOS app all the updates for that version are free. A new version is a whole new program that must be bought again on both platforms.

    What confuses you is that most iOS developers have decided to just keep updating their first version forever and not come out with a whole new version because they've decided that makes more sense on a smart phone than it does on a desktop machine.

    But that's a business decision, not a technical one. A developer could do it either way on either platform.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. 24-10-2005 at 20:53.
  • 24-10-2005 at 20:53.

  • Cougarcat
    Apr 12, 08:42 PM
    Also the guy who took a nice iMovie and made it unusable. I hope he doesn't fsck up FCP. Even iMovie had background rendering until he stripped it out.

    From what I understand that was Steve Job's doing. The guy made a separate simple movie app, and Jobs liked it so much he decided to make it the new iMovie.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. Used Nissan Micra 1.2 S for
  • Used Nissan Micra 1.2 S for

  • csHokie
    May 3, 11:38 PM
    Uh, this comment is entirely wrong. With iOS, you can download something and move to another app and it will continue downloading in the background. The multitasking APIs have all the obvious backgrounding tasks covered and will likely include more if needed. Basically the goal is to allow background tasks when needed and when not needed let the app suspend and release resources to the apps you actually need. This method in iOS has proven to work far better than traditional operating systems like Mac OS X and Windows. That's why they are bringing it "Back to the Mac OS". The best parts of what they developed in iOS are being added in Lion.

    I think most people's problem is that they mistakenly viewed iOS as inferior in every way to Mac OS X but in many ways it is cutting edge and far better than OS X and Windows have ever been. The way iOS multitasking works is the reason very powerful and memory hungry apps like iMove and GarageBand for iPad work so surprisingly well on such a limited memory device. The apps get to use a much larger percentage of the CPU, GPU, and RAM than they do on traditional OSes under normal usage where you have multiple apps open.

    Yeah, it would work great for quick loading, full screen or minimized applications. I'm afraid it would fall apart most everywhere else... and they would have to have more background options than in iOS (can I listen on a socket for incoming connections in a daemon?). Anyway, I don't think they will get rid of the traditional <blank>top multitasking.

    Right now I have a bunch of tabs open in Safari on my Mac and it's consuming a little over 1GB of RAM and lots of CPU. If I switch to Photoshop, Safari is still going to be using up all that RAM and CPU I really need for Photoshop when I don't plan on using Safari again until later today. And I don't want to shut it down because I have a bunch things in these tabs that I want to get back to later today including partially typed forum replies, halfway read articles, etc. On the iPad, Safari would suspend and release the RAM and CPU to my currently used RAM/CPU hungry app. That's what they need to bring to Lion.

    Use Firefox and save tabs on exit...

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. 2005 Nissan Frontier Nismo
  • 2005 Nissan Frontier Nismo

  • aswitcher
    Aug 7, 03:42 AM
    I know! But this is special insider info I'm showing just to you, you can't let anyone else see it, you have to keep it a secret!

    Only 100 songs max I suppose ;)

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. 2005 Nissan Frontier Nismo
  • 2005 Nissan Frontier Nismo

  • peapody
    Nov 23, 01:26 PM
    Welcome to edition 15!! The last thread is at 2400ish posts and 99 pages. Can't believe there have been 14 of these. It is so much easier to start the next one when you can cut and past the links of the last as the thread starter!

    Starting this off right! Links for Mods and other interested parties!

    Post your last purchase (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=406860) - 50 pages, 1242 posts
    Post your last purchase II (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=450221) - 60 pages, 1499 posts
    Post your last purchase III (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=494787) - 65 pages, 1602 posts
    Post your last purchase IV (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=547632) - 82 pages, 2029 posts
    Post your last purchase V (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=591242) - 74 pages, 1826 posts
    Post your last purchase VI (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=631447) - 85 pages, 2115 posts
    Post your last purchase VII (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=672226) - 88 pages, 2191 posts
    Post your last purchase VIII (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=672226) - 86 pages, 2136 posts
    Post your last purchase IX (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=765588) - 80 pages, 2000 posts
    Post your last purchase X (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=805111) - 89 pages, 2211 posts
    Post your last purchase XI (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=842754) - 89 pages, 2204 posts
    Post your last purchase XII (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=884344&highlight=post+your+last+purchase+xii) - 97 pages, 2408 posts
    Post your last purchase XIII (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=944269&highlight=post+your+last+purchase+xii) - 101 pages, 2615 posts
    Post your last purchase XIV (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1013381) - 99 pages, 2462 posts

    1145 pages
    28,530 Posts!!

    Someone check my math please!

    Go ahead and post your last purchase, and apparently original pictures are encouraged so we can see what you got!

    My last purchase was not a big one - but it was GOOD and CHEAP! Costco dog and soda!! Lol.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. Nissan Micra 1.4 SE, SILVER,
  • Nissan Micra 1.4 SE, SILVER,

  • ghostlyorb
    Mar 22, 08:08 PM
    Good I'm glad! I might get one.. I hate having to look down at my phone while driving to change the song.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. nissan micra rouge
  • nissan micra rouge

  • iJohnHenry
    Mar 20, 07:03 PM
    seems like they may be targeting Gaddafi now ...


    Wow, that is a shocker.

    The U.S. Congress passed a law to prohibit any attempt to assassinate any foreign leader.

    Why, I don't know, but there it is. :confused:

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. nissan micra rouge
  • nissan micra rouge

  • Fuchal
    Jul 13, 11:14 PM
    HD-DVD all the way.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. Nissan Micra, Techno Grey,
  • Nissan Micra, Techno Grey,

  • uv23
    Sep 5, 09:11 AM

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. nissan micra dig s picture
  • nissan micra dig s picture

  • marksman
    Apr 21, 02:46 PM
    Does anyone else really just not care about this? I could care less. It's not like the info is going to end up in China.

    And what if it did end up in china? Is china going to pre-emptively place cheap toys where they predict me to go next?

    This whole thing is massively overblown. There is no evidence this information is ending up anywhere... The information is there for a reason and serves a specific purpose. I am fine with it.

    For someone to access it they would have to steal your phone. As others have mentioned if that was the case, for most people the information about cell tower locations you might have been near is the absolute least of your worries.

    People have to realize this information is not private in the first place. Your location as you move from public place to public place is not some kind of protected right to privacy. Sometimes I wish it was, but it is not. We have no right or expectation of privacy as we move around the public world.

    There are a myriad of ways our public movements are tracked hundreds of times every day as we move about. I really do wish people would spend more time investigating and understanding these issues then just knee jerk flipping out and "demanding" answers. Especially since they don't even understand the question, so how can they expect to understand the answer?

    If this were Google or M$ you apologists would be foaming at the mouth. Nice fallacious argument - just because we can be tracked in our cars with traffic cams, or GPS devices, etc, doesn't mean this, or those instances are legal.

    This is clearly in violation of EU law, for those of you who are interested:


    We should at least be given the choice to opt-out, and the purposes and disclosure policies should be clearly stated, not buried in a 30-page ToS.

    Europe has a law against a device you own tracking your movements from one public place to another? That must be tough not to be able to have any GPS devices.

    Do you understand privacy? Do you understand what is actually happening with the iPhone and this information? Do you understand the European law you cited?

    It seems you do not understand any of those three.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. nissan micra 25
  • nissan micra 25

  • saxon48
    Mar 22, 04:08 PM
    Phew. Killing the Classic would be a terrible mistake. The death of an icon right there.

    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. Used Nissan Micra Auto for
  • Used Nissan Micra Auto for

  • NickNoVA
    Feb 23, 06:28 AM
    Nice office Agaetis Byrjun, and you weren't lying about the wire thing, very well hidden!

    Hey Agaetis Byrjun love the office/music studio!

    Do you think you could post a few pics that show the cable management you're utilizing here? I have a rat's nest and would love some pointers to get that "clean" look that you have.


    2005 Nissan Micra 160sr. nissan micra
  • nissan micra

  • bigandy
    Nov 29, 01:51 PM
    Actually, I was thinking they were working on a car ;)

    oh hell yeah, the iCar? Couldn't be iDrive - that's already a BMW thing :rolleyes:

    I thought this the minute the thing was demonstrated - it'll be a whole lot more than they showed, and it'll look a whole lot different too, methinks. :)

    Dont Hurt Me
    Aug 29, 04:37 PM
    We've all been crying for a new cube since the mini came out... is the mini an awesome machine? Absolutely, I love mine. But there is a market for a headless iMac/Cube/MacPro mini... people like me. I don't need a quad core computer. I don't need 16gb of RAM. I don't need 4 harddrive bays, or even two optical drive slots.

    I do want a fast CPU, an upgradable GPU, a couple of full size HDDs and a full size optical drive. I also want something quiet, relatively affordable (something a bit less than an iMac would be idea), and stylish.

    I don't think that Apple would lose Mac Pro sales to something like this - they might lose iMac sales but if the margins are the same for them who cares, and any loss of mini sales would be upsells, so it'd be a good thing.

    I think a lot PC types, especially gamers, would be interested, bringing in new markets... None of my gamer friends would be satisfied by an iMac, but neither would they shell out $2-3k for a Mac Pro.

    Let's see, the mini is 6.5x6.5x2 inches, would anyone even notice if it went to 8.5x8.5x4? Even better would be 8x8x8, just for the cube dimensions, done in iPod white (or black), would look stellar on a desktop. Core 2 Duo 1.83ghz, 4 RAM slots for an 8gb max with 512mb installed stock, 1 16x PCIe w/ 7300GT base (BTO options), 1 PCI slot, 2 3.5" drive bays w/ 160gb standard, 1 5.25" bay w/ SD, AE, BT2, 6 USB2 (4 back, 2 front), 1 FW 400, 1 eSATA (in place of FW800)... $999 anyone? BTO options for slower/fast CPUs and GPUs, more RAM, bigger HDD and a $200 TV tuner/video encoder breakout box... :DThat is the machine that Apple needs, at the moment its still the marketeers at Apple who seem to rule their product offerings with mini vs All in one vs workstation..

    Jan 6, 05:40 AM
    Woot I'm not the only one!

    Here is mine. 72 Super beetle.

    http://img600.imageshack.us/img600/7638/img0174ix.jpg (http://img600.imageshack.us/i/img0174ix.jpg/)

    Love the colour! nice

    Aug 7, 03:51 AM
    Just wanted to say thanks to MR for setting up a convenient keynote feed for us! Thanks!:cool:

    Jun 23, 08:17 AM
    You just described a touchless OS X. It does exactly that...

    How does having these features make it "touchless"?

    Oh, you will always be able to run Xcode on a Mac. You'll just have to buy the developer subscription for a few thousand dollars per year in order to get it activated...

    Actually, a few months ago, Apple changed the developer programs to be only $99 a year.

    One thing I'd like to see is a stylus that can be used with this & an iPad. Before I get flamed, hear me out. It wouldn't be just stylus only. It'll work just the way it is with your fingers, but also use a stylus for fine work like a painting/drawing program. Some people have bulky fingers that are too imprecise for drawing.

    I gess you mean OS XI or OS 11.0 :rolleyes:

    Yeah. I just don't see the whole Mac OS UI being totally revamped to the iOS in just a point upgrade (ie 10.7). This would require a full upgrade as in Mac OS XI, 11, or whatever it would be called.

    The Captain
    Apr 13, 01:44 AM
    Because pros don't need features to make their life easier, and help automatically organise footage?
    No professional would let the software identify their subjects. Features like this do nothing to lighten the workflow of their productions. Only amateurs would allow an algorithms to determine what gets logged as what. Regardless of how the rest of the program turn out, the facial recognition is something only amateurs will use. Professionals have a higher standard of quality, and more complex needs than that.


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