Monday, June 13, 2011

world cup cricket 2011 logo

world cup cricket 2011 logo. Cricket World Cup logos 2011
  • Cricket World Cup logos 2011

  • samiwas
    Apr 18, 04:56 PM
    Of course that is ridiculous, and I totally agree there should be a line, but where do we draw it? Who gets to draw it?

    Ummm...that was pretty much the point....:confused:

    The line should be drawn by universal standard workers laws that prevent an employer from needlessly abusing their employees (timewise) without just compensation.

    For instance, when I'm working on a union job (yeah, those awful unions protecting workers and stuff), anything over 8 hours a day is time+half. Anything between midnight and 6am is double-time. More than 40 hours in a 7-day period is time+half. Sunday is time+half. The employer has a right to decide when he wants his job done, and he can pay the price for it. The problem is that most employers choose ridiculous timelines and budgets, and the people working for them are stuck having to work the hours to complete something beyond their control. Without some sort of workers protection laws, this will only get worse and worse.

    Of course, there are jobs that have to get done in a certain amount of time (as I referenced above), and some people may alter their speed and go slower to push into that overtime (of course this happens...I've seen it firsthand and abhor the practice). But that's no different than an employer dumping a new workload onto someone on Friday afternoon and saying "Yeeeaahh...I'm gonna need you to go ahead and come in tomorrow. Oh, and I almost forgot, I'm also gonna need you to go ahead and come in on Sunday, too, okay? We, uh, lost some people this week, and, uh, we have to sort of play catch up. Thanks!"

    So, do you prefer a world where the employer has all the control and can make his employees do whatever he wants for whatever he wants to pay (or they can quit/be fired), or a world where employees have some sort of power to require fair compensation for extraordinary work periods? I know which I prefer, and I'm pretty sure I know which you prefer.

    What about a hotshot stock trader making a killing working 80+ hours a week on salary. Should we be allowed to work this much without overtime?

    I realize it is an obscure analogy, but it is valid nonetheless.

    What does the hotshot trader making a killing have to do with anything? What if the trader is working 80 hours a week and not making a killing? Is the trader WANTING to work 80 hours, or is his firm requiring him to work 80 hours? Are they compensating him or is he just working for the man making the killing for his company but not really seeing the results for himself? I guess if someone WANTS to work 80 hours for free, you can let them...but it should never be a required part of the job.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. world cup cricket 2011
  • world cup cricket 2011

  • iScott428
    Mar 29, 12:20 PM
    Although SL does not have a stupid name like snap for being able to put windows side by side, we have been able to do it for years and it is one of my favorite features of OS, and what a concept allowing me to move a window where ever I want it and scroll through the page even if it is not active. All of you W7 humpers please try and "snap" two excel or word files next to each other. Oh that right you cant, because heaven forbid I would want to do that and work simultaneous on two MS office files.

    Not sure why people are complaining about the Cut feature either, dragging works great and and so does Cmd+x;c;v, respectively.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. world cup wallpaper 2011.
  • world cup wallpaper 2011.

  • LagunaSol
    Apr 19, 09:01 AM
    The tablet is a different matter, and doesn't have the same look.

    This doesn't look like an iPhone 3GS? :confused:

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. icc world cup cricket 2011
  • icc world cup cricket 2011

  • mlrproducts
    Sep 13, 11:41 PM
    I hope the iPhone can be use iChat and we can video chat with and Mac at any time.

    Not to be mean, I am being redundant, but the chances of that happening when/if this phone is released is about the same as a Powerbook G5 coming out in matching colors.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. 2011 world cup cricket logo. world cup cricket 2011 logo
  • 2011 world cup cricket logo. world cup cricket 2011 logo

  • iColombia
    Apr 30, 06:34 PM
    They stuck with the previous design for 3-4 years. It has now been 3 years with the current look.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. ICC Cricket World Cup 2011
  • ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 19, 10:53 AM
    Apple will probably sue them for responding.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. cricket world cup logo 2011. Pakistan cricket world cricket
  • cricket world cup logo 2011. Pakistan cricket world cricket

  • toddybody
    Mar 22, 03:27 PM
    Sounds like you'd be interested in a nice Windows7 machine. Enjoy. :rolleyes:

    HA ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! What a wonderfully poignant response. You sure showed me:)

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. icc-cricket-world-cup-2011-
  • icc-cricket-world-cup-2011-

  • gauriemma
    Aug 28, 09:53 PM
    This was one of the things I was afraid would happen with the Intel switch--a new processor every eight minutes. At least with the PPCs, there were predictable, manageable gaps between bumps.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. Logo can be downloaded for
  • Logo can be downloaded for

  • BRLawyer
    Sep 10, 05:02 AM
    Please explain - I have no idea what "that" is....

    Regardless of the tool, however, it is usually much better to let the OS dynamically schedule threads across the cores. Unless the programmer has some reason to try to control this, the alternative is some resources (CPUs) being overcommitted, while other CPUs are idle.

    It doesn't matter who has the better tools - it's usually better to let the OS decide microsecond by microsecond how best to schedule the CPUs, than to have the developer make those decisions at edit time.

    I've used the SetProcessAffinityMask APIs fairly often, but it's always been for specific test or benchmark situations. I have a hard time thinking of a situation where a general application would want to statically control the scheduler - it's just "bad think" to even try. (Except for those weird-a$$ NUMA Opterons - you can be really scr3wed if you have to go through HyperTransport to get to memory. I check NUMA topology, and use affinity to keep the AMD architecture from killing me.)

    I also agree it's not the best strategy to deal with CPU example is linked to the following page, I presume...perhaps core affinity scheduling is also there:

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. dresses Cricket World Cup
  • dresses Cricket World Cup

  • MattyMac
    Sep 13, 09:01 PM
    Holy Guacamole!

    That is Sick!

    They need to come out with that right now!

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. pictures icc world cup 2011
  • pictures icc world cup 2011

  • iStudentUK
    Apr 18, 12:04 PM
    Depends where you work. My job, I get 10 holiday days, and 20 vacation/sick leave days. But at former jobs, I got no paid time off.

    That's incredible! How can that be the case? Here it is 28 days paid days off if you work a normal 5 day week.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. world cup cricket 2011 logo.
  • world cup cricket 2011 logo.

  • aafuss1
    Aug 31, 10:40 PM
    Disney movies-after all. iTMS did have a Disney channel movie-High School Musical, so we'll see other Disney movies added on the 12th or soon after.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. icc world cup 2011 logo png.
  • icc world cup 2011 logo png.

  • ezekielrage_99
    May 1, 05:49 AM
    I think you're gonna get pretty disappointed. It wont't have blu-ray, likely no usb3, less likely that it'll have 2GBVram, the only way you're getting another hdd is to take out the optical drive, and it won't support 24GB of RAM.

    I know I'll be disappointed if it doesn't come with that spec and I did add comments to the side reinforcing the fact I am realistic, but I would expect it to at least support 24GB considering there are Sandy Bridge mainboards that do support that while 1GB graphics is pretty standard now (well for PC).

    2 internal HDDs and no i3 option is just wishful thinking though ;) While Bluray I can understand from an Apple stand point why it wont be an addition anytime soon.

    However consider this, the last MBP release did surprise many with regards to the specs and performance. Many speculated it would be i3/5 and BTO would have i7 while the other main rumor speculated would not come with Thundercats or a 1GB Video card option.

    Lately with regards to specs I think Apple are getting a little better with releasing competitive spec machines.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. cricket world cup 2011 logo.
  • cricket world cup 2011 logo.

  • Poally Dog
    Mar 29, 02:44 PM
    Oh, boy, assume that all former Nokia Symbian users will automatically all buy Nokia Windows Mobile Phones - that's scientific... :eek:

    all current symbian users go to win

    no webOS factor (other than "other") ?

    i have to believe that a couple of these platforms will surprise us

    rooting for iOS

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. ICC Cricket World Cup 2011
  • ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

  • bousozoku
    Aug 23, 06:02 PM
    I hope this eventually leads to Sound Blaster support for macs.

    I hope not. We've been down that...well, it wasn't even a was a road construction project.

    Creative created a Fourpoint card, priced it like the DD5.1 card, and didn't work on the drivers past the initial release at a time when Mac OS X was becoming important, so it was never Mac OS X-compatible or reasonably good.

    As far as the patent debates went, the filing system and visual access were patents that seemed all too generic.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. world cup cricket 2011 final
  • world cup cricket 2011 final

  • MacinDoc
    Sep 9, 11:48 AM
    My point is that with the new processors and RAM upgrades, the iMac is headed towards more powerful use that could potentially switch over a PC gamer. If you wanted to do some serious gaming on the 24" iMac you could....if not for the poor video card options.

    Throw a dog a bone here and at least give us a 512MB option.
    I'm not a gaming expert, but from what I've read, 512MB is no faster than 256MB for most current gaming applications, it's the throughput of the GPU that counts. Do any gamers out there want to comment on this?

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. Cricket World Cup 2011 is near
  • Cricket World Cup 2011 is near

  • eawmp1
    Apr 25, 07:46 AM
    EDIT: @adk - yes I am 16, however in this situation my mother was in the car and actually encouraged me to cut the idiot off. So it's not just an age based thing.


    Ah, faulty genetics.

    This explains your behavior on the roadd AND a lot of your postings in MacRumors.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. 2011 world cup cricket logo. 2011 World Cup Logo Cricket
  • 2011 world cup cricket logo. 2011 World Cup Logo Cricket

  • EagerDragon
    Sep 10, 10:54 AM the new realeased merom iMac will last for how long:confused: :confused:

    worth it to buy now???

    thinkiNG of getting one...cant bear with my 3 yrs old of centrinO noteBook...:mad:
    If you need it get it now. If you can wait 6 months then wait. What is out is better than what you have, just be ready than in 6 months there will be something better. This is always the case even if you stay in the Win Camp.

    world cup cricket 2011 logo. the 2011 World Cup winner.
  • the 2011 World Cup winner.

  • YEMandy
    Sep 12, 03:22 PM
    Apple has a 10 day return policy if they updated a product you just bought within 10 days. They will give you a full refund, or cash difference if the price is lowered (which it is)

    Aug 28, 01:03 PM
    not that it really matters. but they stole apples thunder.

    and since steve compared osx to windows and the mac pro to dell and made lot's of fun about both they'd better stay on top of the game.

    I think that Apple shouldn't enter that race.. their products are distinguished by other features than mere processing power (as soon as this changes: goodbye Apple), and coming out with new models every few months will probably just piss off Apple customers (so far, it's pretty easy to know ALL current laptop models that Apple offers - can you say that for Dell, too?).

    Sep 14, 03:55 PM
    Why is everyone saying that Aperture 2.0 announcement is too little???

    Photokina is all about *photo*. Aperture is about digital *photo* workflow. Its workflow features were pretty groundbreaking a year ago. Yes, it was buggy before first update. Yes, it was slow, and still is too some extent. But the features they showed -- autostacking, the loupe, the library -- are *fantastic*. They had a year to improve -- why not hold a big event to show it off!

    No one would say that Adobe hosting an event to show new version of Photoshop would be to little, right? Same goes for Apple.

    I'm desperately waiting for the update. If AP update (2.0, 1.5 -- whatever) improves speed on new Mac Pros, my order for a MP + AP goes right in. And $3.5K go to pay for it.
    I, for one, can't remember the last time Apple had a press event to introduce just one item (although the iPod case introduced along with the iPod HiFi was a bit of a joke, but then again, Apple promoted that event as the introduction of a few minor fun things). Steve knows that the faithful hunger for "One More Thing"; it's our well-known addiction, and a large part of what keeps Apple in business.

    Mar 29, 12:27 PM
    Looks to me like a combined MS/Nokia actually LOSES marketshare. (26.4% down to 21.1%) - funny how the 'report' doesn't spin the numbers that way. I do find it humorous that these analysts think they can see 2015 with any semblance of accuracy.

    Apr 30, 03:14 PM
    Why do they want OS X users to feel as if we were on an iPad!!!???
    If I wanted/needed one, I'd buy one. What the hell !!!???????:mad::mad::mad::mad:

    Evolution of the "Operating System."

    It has to happen sometime and in some form.

    Apple is doing it. if you have any better ideas that *will* raise the bar and represent the Gold Standard for the rest of the industry, please let Apple know. They might be hiring.

    Sep 14, 01:20 AM
    gahhhhh.....these iphone rumors are driving me crazy....with anticipation. When is this gonna finally happen? Hopefully before the end of the year.

    I think it will be here for Christmas, if not then not till next summer :(

    No comments:

    Post a Comment