Sunday, May 8, 2011

2005 Nissan Micra

    2005 Nissan Micra. 7.800 na 2005 Nissan Micra
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  • skeep5
    Nov 3, 11:23 AM

    2005 Nissan Micra. Luke#39;s Nissan Micra
  • Luke#39;s Nissan Micra

  • scottparker999
    May 8, 09:41 AM
    One of the main bonuses of a paid service is that it limits the number of users so they can get an email such as When services become free, more people sign up until people have to settle for, and then the service looses its upper-market feel.

    I would much prefer to apply for a job using the first address for instance.

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  • ValSalva
    Apr 21, 07:16 PM
    Good bye expandability, hello cooling issues!

    Seriously, why not just keep the xserve and leave the MP alone? Where are we supposed to stuff our upgrades into such a small form factor? Sounds really stupid.

    Agreed. The Mac Pro case has been perfected over years and doesn't look at all dated. The more Apple has to pour R&D into a small new case with almost certain version 1 cooling issues, the more likely prices will continue to rise.

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 Sport 5dr 2005/55
  • Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 Sport 5dr 2005/55

  • masterhiggins
    Mar 29, 07:39 PM
    Well, I'm glad to see that Macrumors and Apple are at least able to focus on the big picture: product availability.

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  • davegoody
    Nov 12, 11:47 AM
    I've never heard of this company -- are they reputable, does anyone know? I've heard all sorts of stories abut these types of things being spyware or some such, don't want to pollute my Mac with any of that garbage!

    GARBAGE . . . . . NO.....

    Sophos are one of the most respected AV suppliers in the world. Most home users have never heard of them though as they ONLY supply High-End AV solutions to Big businesses. The company I work for uses SOPHOS and has done for quite a few years..... the Windows client has a tiny footprint compared to McAfee, Norton / Symantec etc..... i.e. it slows your machine down FAR less than all the other solutions.

    I think it is a little unfair to compare this to garbageware free PC solutions, before you call something garbage it is perhaps sensible to research it first. I run the Corporate version of Sophos on my MacPro, MacMini and MacBook Pro, as well as on my Windows Laptop and Media Centre PC. Best solution out there in my own (humble) opinion - and no, I don't work for Sophos, just use their products in a live, corporate environment on a daily basis.

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra (2003-2005) 003
  • Nissan Micra (2003-2005) 003

  • shompa
    Aug 7, 04:23 PM
    Are these specific Mac GPU's with Mac roms or can we finally use a selection of PC GPU's? If so then the base GPU isn't an issue, just use it for the second screen.

    what will happen if I use bootcamp and put in a PC grafic card?

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra C+C Interior
  • Nissan Micra C+C Interior

  • troop231
    Mar 29, 01:18 PM
    Yeah :( all the seismologists had no idea an earthquake this big could be triggered by LiPo batteries.

    2005 Nissan Micra. NISSAN Micra 1.5 dCi
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  • appleguy123
    May 3, 08:21 PM
    From what you wrote in the rules, the healing treasure could be awhile.

    I think whoever understands this game the best (e.g., DP) should make our first decision. We can evaluate it after and learn from it. We�re obviously learning in this game. BTW, my fav video games are the leveling types with HP/AP (don�t have XP in this one). We could do a lot with this format if it�s successful
    We can each make our own decisions, as well as work as a team (i.e. we don't forget we can split up).

    If we keep this type of format, I think that we should make it a separate franchise from the WW games as they really have nothing in common except for the game lords.

    2005 Nissan Micra. 2005 Nissan Micra Otazu
  • 2005 Nissan Micra Otazu

  • AppleDroid
    May 6, 01:05 AM
    Intel has been a Microsoft bitch for the past twenty years and it shows. They did everything they did to keep the 8086 instruction set running for every piece of screwed up DOS code written by guy with more karma than formal CS educations.

    You do realize that this was mostly driven by multi-national corporations that didn't want to pay software engineers money to update all of the ancient legacy software right? Do you also believe MS wanted IE6 to stick around for 10 years? :rolleyes:

    2005 Nissan Micra. NISSAN MICRA DIESEL

  • CalBoy
    May 5, 05:49 PM
    Talking about the cost of swtiching, I might just add� Stepping out onto the moon cost a pretty penny too. I guess beating the Soviets to bragging rights in space was more important than implementing common sense on the ground.

    What does that have to do with anything? :confused:

    Even if this was somehow relevant, yes, it probably was more important to achieve a scientific feat at that point in time. The Apollo missions created generations of people who became interested in science, raised educational standards nationwide, and brought forth thousands of advancements that we still use in our daily lives.

    Hang on� You're not distancing yourself from the illiterate masses now? I thought you agreed with them? ;)

    Not with their reasoning. My scientific literacy is pretty good, and I don't have an inherent mistrust of science which many Americans do. This makes them resist things that are advocated by the scientific community, whether it's evolution, vaccination, or evidence-based medicine. So when scientists clamor about changing to the metric system, it raises two questions in the minds of people; 1) Why should I trust this person? and 2) Is the change really necessary?

    I don't doubt scientists when they advocate for the metric system, in science. Howeve, since most of the advantages of the metric system are really reserved to the sciences, the question of whether or not everything in life should be metric really isn't a scientific one; it's an economic and convenience one. In my daily life I do not need to easily convert between the mass of water and its volume or take temperatures relative to the boiling point of water.

    Well, I assume the US population ain't getting any smaller the longer you put it off.

    No, but that doesn't mean that we should transition now either. It all depends on the ease of transition. This is why I think long term transitioning is the only real option available. Do things piecemeal in order of greatest economic return, and if there is no economic return on a particular item, forget it. There's no point in switching to something that is going only cost money; at some point there needs to be a positive return for it to make sense.

    2005 Nissan Micra. 2005, middot; Nissan Micra
  • 2005, middot; Nissan Micra

  • Cavepainter
    Mar 29, 09:40 PM
    I really do like the concept of having an enormous amount of online storage, immediately accessible from anywhere.. but ultimately I see this as an issue of me having to pay someone else for granting access to things I already own.

    Do you like paying a fee to your bank when you take out YOUR OWN MONEY from the bank? Your bank says its because its a "convenience", which of course it is....but when I have to pay them money to get something that is mine, I have a problem with that.

    Remember when television was free? We just had to put up with advertisements, and for that, we got free TV. Now many people pay 79 bucks a month or more to get cable or satellite TV. Time have changed. Now we are paying alot of money just to get tv, something that once was free of charge. Oh, yeah, and we still have ads. Funny how that works.

    Of course companies like Amazon and Apple are not in it for your convenience, they're in it because if everyone eventually has all their files stored online in the cloud, there's TONS and TONS of money to be made- for ever. If I have a computer, phone or music listening device with ample amounts of storage space, these companies don't make any money off of me after I purchase that music from itunes or wherever. (And if I have cds or blu ray movies, they don't make any money on me at all). This cloud concept provides some convenience, but more importantly guarantees a steady flow of income for these companies for many years to come.

    Flash memory storage capacities are growing yearly.. and prices are continuing to drop. Now companies are starting to ship secure digital cards with capacities of a staggering 128 GB on a tiny compact flash card! Ultimately I think most people will be able to have enormous amounts of files locally on their own phone or portable computer.

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 3dr 2005/05
  • Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 3dr 2005/05

  • ~Shard~
    Aug 12, 01:05 AM
    That being said bring on the quad cores in the MBP's in a couple years. Just when I will be getting ready to upgrade. :D

    Sounds like you'll be getting a nice Penryn MBP then! ;) :D :cool:

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Diesel Hatchback
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  • 99MustangGTman
    Dec 13, 10:08 PM
    Almost bought the kit, but when I went to the Apple store and actually saw it in person I couldn't justify paying $120+tax for a piece of plastic. Yeah, yeah yeah, it has bluetooth, charges the phone, and has a gps chip. Its ridiculous to have to pay $100 for an app and $120 for a piece of plastic.

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 5dr 2005/05
  • Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 5dr 2005/05

  • nastebu
    Mar 30, 08:18 AM
    Saying happy employees are good employees is an idiom, like a penny saved is a penny earned.

    Thank you for the English lesson. If I ever find myself in Arizona, I will be sure to enroll in your class.

    It's even funnier since "a penny saved is a penny earned" isn't an idiom at all. An "idiom," in this sense, is a group of words that has a meaning as a whole other than the literal sense of the words. "Raining cats and dogs" is an idiom. "A penny saved is a penny earned" is a proverb, or possibly a cliche.

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 5dr 2005/05
  • Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 5dr 2005/05

  • shawnce
    Aug 2, 12:36 PM
    Why is everybody so hung up on the Cinema Displays getting iSight or a new design?? :confused:
    A much more important update would be for Apple to add HDMI support. Without this, you can forget about watching the latest Blue-Ray HD features on your display in full res. Ofcourse this means HDMI compliant Video cards too...

    Actually UDI ( is a little more likely at least in the near future (HDMI isn't really designed for computer displays, HDMI just had to low of bandwidth for large/high DPI displays).

    Unified Display Interface Technology Overview (pdf) (

    Also last I read the degrading of video output resolution for non-HDMI display (actually HDCP) isn't being leveraged by content providers at this point in time (just to many HD display in the market without proper support)...

    HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc players will allow content providers to set an Image Constraint Token (ICT) flag that will only output full-resolution signals using HDCP. If such a player is connected to a non-HDCP-enabled television set and the content is flagged, the player will output a downsampled 960x540p signal. Most high-definition television sets currently in use in the United States are not HDCP-capable, and this would initially negate some of the key benefits of HD-DVD and Blu-ray for those consumers. Movie studios are apparently in agreement to not include the ICT flag on any HD DVDs or Blu-ray Discs until at least or possibly even 2012.[1](source (

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 3dr Auto 2005/05
  • Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 S 3dr Auto 2005/05

  • MrMoore
    Apr 5, 03:46 PM
    Queue the hitler response.....

    And when Hitler's constituents thought he was wrong, he decided to annihilate those who didn't want to see things his way too. Destroying opposition rather than improving one's self is way's a "#WINNING" thing to do.

    Wow, I gotta get some credit for that one... Charlie Sheen, Apple, and Hitler all in one sentence!


    Hitler? What the heck. This is one company exercising their right to control its product. How you got to Hitler is beyond bizzare. This is just an electronic device

    "Hey I can't Jailbreak my phone! Darn Apple is like Genghis Khan!"


    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.4)
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  • snberk103
    May 5, 10:34 AM
    About as meaningful as the need to figure out one third of 13/16.

    How about a quarter of 3" 13/16? Which I regularly need to do when cutting photo matts? Yes - I would round the 13/16 down to 12/16, no wait that's really 3/4. Except that for my equipment it's better to round up. And rounding it to 14/16 is not really better. And 16/16 introduces too big an error. Now I suggest to photographers they buy European made matt cutters - for the measurement scale.

    Keystroke for keystroke, just the way you did it, except substitute the fraction symbol for the apostrophe and quote symbols you used for feet and inches. I own several calculators, and they'll all do this.

    So you'd enter " 3/ 7 13/16// " Seriously, I'm not trying to be funny here.

    We own a couple of basic calculators, and of course there's Google's search bar calculator. Google is actually pretty good, but I think I would need to decimalize the fraction first....

    Now I am trying to be funny. When I typed "(3ft 7in)/3" into Google to see what happens, I got "(3 ft 7 in) / 3 = 36.4066667 centimeters". Even Google is metric! I tried it with the fractional inch too, but Google wouldn't calculate that. Apparently Google also doesn't like fractions of an inch.

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback Spec Eds (1.2) - 1.2 Urbis 3dr 2005/05
  • Nissan Micra Hatchback Spec Eds (1.2) - 1.2 Urbis 3dr 2005/05

  • MacRumors
    Aug 2, 10:48 AM (

    American Technology Reseach analysts ( provide commentary and predictions on what may come from Apple at WWDC next week.

    According to the Shaw Wu, they anticipate that Apple's pro desktop will make the move to Intel, with a 70% chance that at least one of the other Mac models could see a speed bump with use of the recently released Core 2 Duo processor.

    Meanwhile, new iPods are not expected due at WWDC - but instead are felt to be released in late September-October.

    Apple will, of course, be featuring Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5) at WWDC this year as previously reported. There has been little leaked information about the upcoming version of Mac OS X.

    As always, MacRumors will provide live coverage of the WWDC Keynote which will take place Monday August 7th (

    2005 Nissan Micra. Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 Sport 5dr 2005/55
  • Nissan Micra Hatchback (1.2) - 1.2 Sport 5dr 2005/55

  • SuperCachetes
    Apr 18, 12:28 PM
    Interesting poll by Gallup:

    That's good stuff. ;)

    May 8, 12:07 AM
    I guess I am the only one that remembers that it started out as a free service. Before it was .Mac it was called iTools and it was free. It was a benefit of being a part of the Mac community. It certainly was much more basic back then, but I have been using it since. The remote wipe for iPhone and other added features keep it worth the family pac price for this household even if it doesn't go back to being a free service.

    I remember good old iTools, in fact, you didnt even have to have a mac to use the email if I remember right. There was a huge uproar when a Jaguar update started branding it .mac and would began charging. The good old days! It's kinda a sucker punch to all of us who paid when it was .mac. The only benefits of .mac were iDisk, ecards and backup really. $99 for that compared to mobileMe, makes mobileMe a bargain, lol.

    Apr 15, 07:49 PM
    Or was that simply the strawman rhetorical question of the day ... err ... hour?

    It seemed like a cogent point to me. Your perspective will change if you do any number of things. Bet on horse races for a living and you'll never look at a horse in the same way that other people do.

    Earlier itcheroni said ...
    I am primarily focused on making money through the time decay of the options.

    Now I don't mean to be cruel, but he isn't making anything, creating anything or contributing anything to society through this livelihood. He's merely siphoning off the flow. And he wants to talk about perspective? It seems to me that making a living that way is guaranteed to give you a warped perspective.

    It's a perspective I'm glad I don't share.

    Mar 30, 10:44 PM
    I don't know why but my MBP 13 i7 2011 is showing "Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB graphics" on the About this mac screen on Display tab.:eek:

    BTW I'm using an External Display.

    That's the graphic core onboard the Core i7 die. It doesn't change to ATi graphics when you use something graphically intensive?

    May 4, 05:33 PM
    My opposition to this isn't because I think Digital Distribution is bad (the copy of Windows 7 I'm writing this on was downloaded, legally I might add, from Microsoft), it's because of how Apple is offering it.

    I was able to download a .iso of Windows and install it how I wanted to. I was able to back up the .iso to an external hard drive and also to burn a copy of it.

    The App Store (unless they change things) wouldn't allow that. I would have no problem with this if Apple included a way to create a DVD or USB installer from the download.

    Oh! I see. I can agree to that.

    If Apple does not allow that, I might as well go out and buy the DVD or USB for such a purpose.

    Apr 5, 02:32 PM
    I don't see what the big deal is. Of course Apple is going to try to minimize the risk of the jailbreak community. They want to avoid headlines about spyware and such that creep out of the jailbroken community. It's just good PR.

    Guys this is so simple.

    JB'ing your device is a user risk related thing. Not for the general public. It also voids your warrantee with Apple.

    So... do you think it's good business practice for Toyota to encourage customers of another device to void their warrantee and put their product at risk of other issues if they don't know what they're doing?

    That would be like Apple saying, download this App and plug into our Camry and we'll modify your engine to give you 20 more HP, but it's not approved by Toyota.

    Not well thought out by Toyota.

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