Saturday, June 4, 2011

1920s makeup look

1920s makeup look. 1920s flapper makeup.
  • 1920s flapper makeup.

  • Popeye206
    May 1, 05:42 AM
    Oh my goodness, the irony.


    Of all the people to worry about the "me" factor. :p

    1920s makeup look. 1920s flapper makeup.
  • 1920s flapper makeup.

  • mikeschmeee
    May 5, 07:34 PM
    Btw I am really getting into the 240/260 Z cars, I want one so bad as a project car.

    I got more photos, just still going through them. I'll post ASAP.

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  • Todays Makeup Looks

  • LightSpeed1
    Mar 26, 03:03 PM
    If they improved maps that would be great.

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  • HiRez
    Sep 27, 05:09 AM
    All I can say is its about freakin' time. Next, how about a dynamic web-based interface for iDisk, so Windoze users don't have to install an application to use it from the desktop, and with the ability to individually password-protect folders?


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  • SL4VE
    May 2, 07:39 AM
    because you have to buy it on PAYG (worse case) and buy credit :) money in the bank for o2

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  • Bobjob186
    Jun 24, 03:18 PM
    $170 shipped?


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  • oMc
    Feb 1, 08:30 PM
    sherlockaled, original wallpaper please ?
    Thank you.

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  • baleensavage
    Jan 9, 03:33 PM
    I too was disappointed with the keynote today.

    The iPhone is a great device, but nothing that I'd buy. If they get rid of the phone capabilities and make it a real video iPod with wifi, I'd be all over it. Plus the whole cingular thing is a downer. On the whole though it was a good announcement for Apple and I'm sure it will revolutionize the cell phone industry.

    The iTV is lame. All it is is a front row interface to your computer with a hard drive. Nothing really exciting there. Like others have mentioned, add in Web browsing, a DVD drive, the ability to record TV onto the hard drive, then maybe it would be worth the $300 price tag.

    And removing Computers from the name makes sense, but it doesn't bode well for the computers part of Apple.

    As for not having 10.5 info, I'm actually glad that they didn't. Vista is just out of the box. Let Vista cool off a little before Apple blows it out of the water. We don't want Microsoft stealing Apple's thunder with their 3-years-too-late OS. It'd be like if Apple released the iPhone right after the Zune thing came out.


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  • Makeup: The style in the 1920s

  • Dagless
    Apr 30, 06:43 PM
    2 threads about this already ;).

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  • Eric5h5
    Oct 6, 11:44 PM
    it crashes regularly, even on macrumors or on the apple site!
    just make it work!

    No it doesn't. Seriously, I've visited this site zillions of times and Safari has never crashed on it.

    As for resizable text areas, it's a good idea in theory. Too many "web designers" think they are designing for print...the user is supposed to have control over how things look. That's one of the whole points of the web; everything should be as relative as possible.



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  • 1920s. Catherine Zeta-Jones in

  • mad jew
    Sep 8, 07:58 AM
    What some people do for money. :rolleyes:

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  • FraZant
    Jun 10, 06:13 AM
    Did anyone hear the word 'Tasks' mentioned? Colors in iCal isn't bad when long overdue. But an iPhone without Tasks (not to mention recurring Tasks) is still not a substitute for a plain organizer, be it a Palm or a BlackBerry. Did I miss it or are we still waiting for the next Update? For the time being I'll stick to my T5 and my old Siemens Mobile.


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  • Deefuzz
    Dec 10, 03:42 PM
    classic :cool:


    How'd you do the dock like that? I've never messed with my icons or dock before but I like how nice and clean that looks.

    1920s makeup look. 1920s flapper makeup.
  • 1920s flapper makeup.

  • R94N
    Aug 31, 05:25 AM
    Pretty awful thing to do - it's like when people leave their dogs in the car on a hot day - even with the windows rolled down they can still die from the heat sadly. Luckily from the looks of it here the baby wasn't left that long to cause that much harm, but it could've been worse. That guy deserves to be arrested imo.


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  • snberk103
    Nov 22, 07:48 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    It goes to show you that they can still make a profit with $100 off. I guess the price gouging by Apple continues.

    You're making an assumption, and an unsubstantiated accusation....

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  • bigjohn
    Apr 4, 11:45 AM
    i didn't pay $499 for my iPhone 4, I paid $299


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  • megan fox makeup look.

  • faizanshakyboy
    Apr 28, 11:31 AM
    Apple should have launched Verizon version along with AT & T delays might have affected its sale.

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  • eye makeup for tan skin.

  • morespce54
    Jul 27, 12:55 PM
    I'd like to see BR players or HD-DVD players becoming standard at right price just like DVD players.
    However, I don't see BR or HD-DVD as my backup media.
    I'd rather use several external hard disk due to cheap price/ gig and easy of use.

    I wonder how long does it take to burn a BR (or HD-DVD) with that new version of Toast
    :rolleyes: :confused: :D

    It use to be more than an hour for burning a DVD (x1) of 4 GB...

    1920s makeup look. 1920s flapper makeup.
  • 1920s flapper makeup.

  • toddybody
    Apr 4, 10:53 AM
    I know its trite...but ATT really does suck.

    Dec 25, 12:08 PM
    I got a....

    Remington 887 Nitro Mag 12 gauge shotgun.
    - also got some Clothes and other random things.

    Best part of this morning, I 'Iced' my brother with. 22oz smirnoff ice hidden in a gift. It was priceless......:D:p

    May 1, 07:39 AM
    Of course it's in his mind, it is his opinion after all.
    But there have been countless studies on how people are subconsciously influenced by almost everything they see. That's one of the reasons why marketing departments have work. And then we see different car models with different names for different countries.
    And I would say that .me isn't a very good choice. It just doesn't mean squat. Given that they must call it something, better use some word that will send a message or advertise the platform.

    Apple doesn't need to create brand awareness through an online service. They have more brand awareness than just about anyone already. What I feel they need to do is add more value to the products we're already purchasing.

    Making 'find my iPhone' free was a small step in the right direction. It's not all about promoting these features to new customers. Any smart business person knows that it's cheaper to keep your existing customers happy than to be chasing new ones. Apple should be doing everything they can to create a computing experience that is so good, you just can't bring yourself to walk away from it once you're using it. In the year that has to include things like easy and reliable syncing of data between devices and convenient online access to some of your data. I just don't know why it's taking Apple so long to realise this.

    I'm not dismissing the role of marketing names in guiding perceptions, but what's more important here is the overall value added to existing customers. An inadequate or overpriced service simply can't hide behind a catchy name. On the other hand, Apple could call it something really dull like 'Apple Online Services', and still blow people away with a great experience. I for one couldn't have cared less if Spotlight had been called Search, or Time Machine had been called Backup. They actually remind me a bit of the whole 'Sherlock' nonsense before OS X. I think Apple overestimates the value of these sub-brands for what most consumers likely see as basic services.

    As for the suitability of a '' email address for business, anyone who is serious about business will have their own domain name. I don't think the mere presence of the word 'me' in the MobileMe name reeks 'me generation' ugliness. To me it says something like 'personal online services that I can access from anywhere'. And that is essentially what it should be.

    iPad 2
    Apr 7, 12:31 PM
    Some are fun. Did you grow up on these? I think those of us who did, still get a kick out of the simplicity of them. I know there's a couple I would love to have for some casual play.

    All the fun games were 2 player games. If the iCade had one more arcade stick for 2 player gaming (and also usable for dual analog shooters like NOVA2, Modern Combat 2, and Nazi Zombies), it would be perfect.

    Leaving out a second arcade stick was a mistake. You can't even play 2 player pong without a second stick.

    Mar 29, 09:47 AM
    Why does eBay not work?

    Nov 11, 12:05 PM
    WRONG! FCP is definitely not the industry standard. It gained a lot of traction in market share from Avid but has since regressed its gains over the last several years.

    Yeah, I was gonna say. When it comes to professionals Avid still reigns supreme (unfortunately, in my opinion).

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