Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Saab 340 Turboprop

Saab 340 Turboprop. Saab 340 Turboprop Plane.
  • Saab 340 Turboprop Plane.

  • WeegieMac
    Mar 31, 02:47 AM
    Do Folders in Launchpad open/close smoothly now?

    The animation was very juddery in the first build, like it skipped animation frames.

    Saab 340 Turboprop. Delta Saab 340 Turbo-prop
  • Delta Saab 340 Turbo-prop

  • cjc343
    Apr 4, 07:16 PM
    Save Apple!!! Sign MY petition.....


    Saab 340 Turboprop. Swedish-built SAAB 340 A,
  • Swedish-built SAAB 340 A,

  • CalBoy
    Apr 26, 03:17 PM
    I doubt any legal battle between titans is a simple case, even if it appears so to us laypersons.

    Certainly there are going to be minutiae that most of us won't ever learn about (and even fewer will understand), but in this case the trademark dispute is going to invariably depend on whether or not "app" is specific enough to trademark or whether it is generic to the point that trademarking it would deprive consumers and companies of a simple ands valuable labeling device.

    "Amazon" is a generic term and should not be used for a store name.

    Generic in a legal sense means that the term describes the product or service. For example, "computer" broadly describes any device with a chip, some storage, and an ability to perform calculations or other functions for the user. A person could not trademark "Computer Store" because it would leave other competitors with no way of describing the service they offer.

    Amazon is an online retailer; hence "online retailer" cannot be trademarked but "Amazon" can be.

    In much the same way "app store" describes what is being sold and how, and any competitor would want to make use of the same basic naming structure in order to clearly inform consumers about what they could expect to find.

    The general population never heard the term "App" until Apple released the iPhone.

    Nor did the general population ever shop for Apps online until Apple built the App Store.

    The abbreviation "App" used in conjunction with "store" to denote an online marketplace in which to buy applications is a unique combination that is not known in generic parlance.

    Apple will win this.

    This is just not true. App has long been in use since before the 1990s.

    Apple is also not the only company to sell software online; many companies had been doing direct downloads for years before iOS came out.

    You make it sound as though this is such an obvious distinction that Apple could never get a trademark for "app store". But apparently this argument is not so strong in trademark law as Apple actually has the trademark already. If that were not the case how could they sue another entity for trademark infringement?

    I think all of you who believe you have trademark law all figured out should keep this in mind. Apple has a trademark for app store. Previously another company had a trademark for "appstore" which is very similar.

    You can write about the topic as though you have it all figured out but clearly your interpretation is not definitive as Apple was awarded the trademark.

    Now perhaps eventually apple will lose it or have to modify it but the fact that they got the trademark and a legal battle would need to be waged for them to lose proves that your opinion of trademark law in this case is oversimplified.

    It was.

    Apple does not actually hold the trademark yet. That is still being decided. They filed their case against Amazon prematurely, hoping to either make Amazon change names or get a leg-up in the trademark hearings (or both).

    Saab 340 Turboprop. Premier Collection - Saab 340B
  • Premier Collection - Saab 340B

  • KeriJane
    Apr 9, 04:56 PM
    Yes, I can drive manual.

    My father was too cheap to buy an automatic car and the cars I could afford when I was younger were all manual.
    I didn't actually start with a car. My first motor vehicle was a Yamaha 60, which was a full-sized motorcycle with a 60cc engine and a... manual transmission!

    1st car= 1968 SAAB 96 with 3 cylinders and a manual transmission! It was loads of fun and sounded like nothing else except maybe a very angry snowmobile.

    Nowdays, 2 of my last 3 Toyota Tercels were automatics. I wish for manual a lot as the autos are a bit sluggish and not as economical.

    Have Fun,

    PS. I may have a really fun manual car pretty soon.

    Saab 340 Turboprop. 340: Saab
  • 340: Saab

  • gkarris
    Mar 22, 05:03 PM
    Definitely will keep the formfactor because of all the accessories available for it.

    Will definitely upgrade to the larger hard drive as the current one may be discontinued...

    Saab 340 Turboprop. Argus turboprop airborne
  • Argus turboprop airborne

  • MCIowaRulz
    Apr 12, 09:12 PM
    You can follow this link
    Looks nice!

    Saab 340 Turboprop. private jets: Saab 340
  • private jets: Saab 340

  • Michaelgtrusa
    May 3, 04:33 AM
    A good uninstaller is need in OS 10. I'd like to know where and how much is installed.

    Saab 340 Turboprop. SAAB 340 AEWamp;C
  • SAAB 340 AEWamp;C

  • MacVault
    Aug 7, 06:51 AM
    Networking in the Finder is one of the biggest complaints people seem to have. Said it before and will say it until its done, FTFF! :cool:

    Yea, FTFF is right! I wish we would see this morning that Apple has finally FTFF in Leopard, but I'm afraid we're still gonna see much of the same old stuff in there that gives us reason to want to FTFF. I hope I'm wrong though.

    Saab 340 Turboprop. SAAB 340 turboprop Colgan Air - cropped. DSC_0105
  • SAAB 340 turboprop Colgan Air - cropped. DSC_0105

  • dernhelm
    Jan 2, 04:26 AM
    Personally speaking I can't get excited about software. An OS is an OS windows, OSX I don't care as long as it works (OK advantage Apple but if MS did the job I would use it) Ilife come on, surely something not as dull as free software no one uses.

    Please let it be new stuff you can hold.

    Expect both. Steve will spend some time on OS/X, because he promised us all last time he would. But he'll also spend some time on iTV, and there will definitely be some other device. There always is... :)

    Saab 340 Turboprop. Saab-340AF
  • Saab-340AF

  • devburke
    May 2, 05:02 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    WTF? This is a computer, with a real mouse/trackpad. Click and hold til it wiggles, then click the x?


    Saab 340 Turboprop. Saab 340 cargo aircraft facts
  • Saab 340 cargo aircraft facts

  • kevmbpro
    Jul 18, 02:35 PM
    Bring on the PORN!!!


    Saab 340 Turboprop. The Saab 340 proved to be a
  • The Saab 340 proved to be a

  • cublah
    Mar 25, 08:43 PM
    so you can connect the ipad 2 to your TV and you can use an iPod touch or iPhone as the controller, no cable required :) I believe there are one or 2 games that use the iPhone as a controller on the iPad. I believe Chopper 2 is one of them.


    Saab 340 Turboprop. American Eagle Saab 340 by So
  • American Eagle Saab 340 by So

  • FubsyGamr
    Sep 20, 01:46 PM
    Ok guys, I'm torn between two cases. First of all, I just got a case from Amazon, the MiniSuit, and I hate it! )= This was my first case for my first iPod Touch, and I was very disappointed. It is silicone/rubbery, but it is like a magnet for lint, hair, dust, and anything else I don't want to go on it. I put it in my pocket (my pockets are relatively clean, nothing too out of the ordinary) and when I pulled it out, it was just covered in lint. I tried to brush it off, but it won't 'brush off' because the rubber is too sticky. Also, the case is not snug at all, and the sides are always slipping off. Not happy. I am returning the case.

    So now, after scouring these forums, I have seen two cases that I think I will like a lot, but I am not sure which I should get. I am hoping some of you will have some personal experience and can help me out!

    The first is the dermaSHOT (http://www.myincipio.com/product/IPOD_TOUCH_IP-900/iPod-touch-4G-dermaSHOT-Silicone-Case---Black.html). I am worried, however, that I will have the same problem with lint-magnet, because it is also made of silicone. Any ideas there?

    The other is one of the Melkco Leather Cases (http://www.carrymobile.com/scripts/main/viewitem-A1ITO4LCFT1BK-ITO4.html). Back when I had my first iPod (it was the iPod 3g or 4g, the first to play videos) I had a case very similar and I loved it! Does anyone have any reviews/tips on this case?

    Anywho, any help would be very much appreciated! Thanks!

    Saab 340 Turboprop. ATR 72s vs Saab 340s on routes
  • ATR 72s vs Saab 340s on routes

  • imac_japan
    Apr 6, 10:03 PM
    actually, nevermind. i don't care anymore. you are clearly not reading what i've been posting anyway.

    Thats not true ! Ive been reading everyone's posts but you just don't want to see both sides of the story. I just want Apple to do better...

    Look at this business weekly online story about Apple - very interesting


    really, this is what Ive been taking about...I think that most Mac users don't want to hear it

    and this one too


    Saab 340 Turboprop. turboprop engine Saab 340)
  • turboprop engine Saab 340)

  • quigleybc
    Oct 23, 12:12 PM
    New MacBook Pro's and video iPods for some, abortions and miniature American flags for others


    Abortions for ALL !!

    ha ha, best Pimpsons quote ever.

    oh, and ya, new laptops would be neat.

    Saab 340 Turboprop. SAAB 340B turboprops for
  • SAAB 340B turboprops for

  • DewGuy1999
    Apr 21, 11:19 AM
    Amazing that a thread on whether or not a person CAN drive a stick shift car has turned into a full blown debate on the merits of automatic vs manual transmissions. Personally I think this argument is similar to the Mac vs PC argument that has gone on for years, ultimately they're different, and a person should be able to use whichever one (or both) they choose for their own personal reasons. In both cases, transmissions and personal computers, they have their good points and their bad points. To each their own...

    Saab 340 Turboprop. Saab 340 turboprop fleet.
  • Saab 340 turboprop fleet.

  • ncbill
    Jan 11, 08:17 PM
    13" screen means you can only shave about a pound off the Macbook's current weight - so a 4lb, not 3lb. notebook.

    If the above is true, then I guess this is not a macbook lite, but a macbook pro lite, so I'd expect starting price of $1999.

    Saab 340 Turboprop. Saab 340 turboprops
  • Saab 340 turboprops

  • xer98
    Apr 3, 02:38 PM
    A couple of weeks after the product. Most companies have to do it in the other order. Absolutely elegant (keep Coyote as your voice pure pleasure) you should also push some of your adds towards older folks. The interface is brilliant for older folks who do not understand computers. I am buying an iPad2 for my 75 years old mother.

    Saab 340 Turboprop. from a Saab 340B turboprop
  • from a Saab 340B turboprop

  • TangoCharlie
    Jul 14, 03:04 AM
    I reckon these analyists get thier "information" by reading ThinkSecret and extrapolat even further!

    Let's just see when the Mac Pro comes out! Heck, the "analysts" can't even agree which CPU the damn thing(s) are going to have!

    (Pssst, Shhh.. don't tell anyone.... it's going to be Intel Xeon 5100 series a.k.a Woodcrest. Shhh. Don't tell anyone I said so!!)

    I used to do lots of work doing image analysis, and I wrote an application imaginitively called "Analysis". In Windows, when I had lots of versions of "Analysis" running, the names on the buttons on my task bar would get truncated. It made several people take a double-take when they saw all these buttons labeled Anal Anal Anal Anal Anal Anal Anal!!

    Why did I mention that? Oh, yes, there's a reason they're called Analysts! :D

    Apr 3, 06:07 AM
    Did anyone else thing that was a really bad advert? They hardly showed the product fully at all!

    Apr 19, 10:57 AM
    I heard a rumor that these will not have a retina display or BluRay. No, seriously. They won't. My source is never wrong.

    Sep 5, 12:14 AM
    ...or on 25 September (Photokina)...
    Oye, I hope it's sooner than that. I want to buy a mini for my office, but I can't wait that long. The 12th is about as long as I can wait, so come on Apple, help me out! :D

    Jul 14, 03:06 AM
    this is sweet!

    Apr 27, 01:20 AM
    ...Thats the exact same thing going on here with App store. Companies trademark "generic" terms all the time. Most trademarks ARE generic. But once it becomes used to associate a brand or product, its no longer generic.

    I think that's the point MS was making with it's objection, citing that Eastern Airlines had tried to trademark "Shuttle", and even though people associated Shuttle with Eastern, because the word was used so often, "shuttle" had (or became?) a "de-facto secondary" meaning. The courts ruled against Eastern and all the other airlines (New York airlines shuttle, Delta shuttle, etc) were allowed to use the word. MS then pointed out a list of examples of how 'app store' is used and has now attained a "de-facto secondary' meaning too. (I'm not saying it's right or wrong, just pointing out the Microsoft's case)


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