Tuesday, May 31, 2011

animal cell microscope

animal cell microscope. animal cell microscope slide
  • animal cell microscope slide


  • t19880821
    Sep 22, 02:01 PM
    Actually, this is really immature.

    I understand where Giz is coming from about how they're not the protectors of companies, blah blah blah. That's right.. press don't protect companies, and they also don't harm them. "Disrupting" is in the category of harming a company.

    So.. it's okay then to turn of people's computers everytime they look at Giz? I mean.. they can just turn them back on, right?

    Giz is trying to make a statement, but what they fail to do is show some goddamn respect. How in hell are their writers supposed to get into any more events if they make it public that they have no respect at all for these companies?




    animal cell microscope. Animal Cells
  • Animal Cells


  • mac-er
    Oct 2, 07:08 PM
    Jobs apparently warned that while Apple was not a litigious company

    Well, that has to be the funniest thing I ever heard.




    animal cell microscope. animal and plant cells was
  • animal and plant cells was


  • mw360
    Apr 6, 08:15 AM
    That is the very first thing I thought of. I remember that rejection and how ridiculous it was for 2 reasons.

    1: She was trying to promote Apple's iAds! How does it hurt Apple?
    2: Has Apple seen all the apps that could easily be called "not required" or "redundant"?

    She'd be taking money for worthless ad impressions.




    animal cell microscope. cells with animal cells,
  • cells with animal cells,


  • swarmster
    Apr 5, 03:52 PM
    Thanks for the passing insult however I think I was pretty clear that your use for it was one I hadn't considered and also a rare case that made this app actually useful. I apologize for recognizing your rare and interesting situation.

    I think you're missing the source of the issue here. The problem you and vast majority of people commenting here have is that anything that doesn't apply to you or interest you is met with hatred and ridicule. Instead of apologizing for overlooking the one use you consider acceptable, apologize for looking down on everything you don't understand and accepting that most things in life have applicability to someone.

    But hey, here's another example, from before your post:

    haha this is as lame as a tv station bringing out a half hour of the most "unique" and "fascinating" ads, wow.

    also, maybe if they were some good, funny ads it would be ok, but no. The ads shown in the pic are just "EAT MCRIB" and "MAYBELLINE"...

    This person doesn't realize that iAds aren't just a banner, but can actually contain some pretty complex and varied app-like content. Maybe if they downloaded this they'd learn something.




    animal cell microscope. Plant Mitosis, Animal Mitosis
  • Plant Mitosis, Animal Mitosis


  • SevenInchScrew
    Apr 24, 01:12 AM
    Well, this thread sure is going places. Derailed by the usual suspect, for their usual reasoning. Oh well, it was good for something. My ignore list is quite large now. All we need now is for everyone to...




    animal cell microscope. of an animal cell on white
  • of an animal cell on white


  • Doctor Q
    Apr 21, 11:35 AM
    arn,

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    animal cell microscope. an animal cell showing
  • an animal cell showing


  • tdhurst
    Jan 12, 09:23 PM
    See, loaded. You're warping what I'm saying so you can brush me off and continue to scapegoat gizmodo for something completely separate.

    Think about this.

    Did I ever say gizmodo probably wasn't going to get banned?

    Did I actually say the opposite?

    Did I bring up Wired anywhere in this thread or link them to various pranks?

    Was I actually trying to make you look at the statement that implied blind faith in print media as being a bastion of truth and being isolated from such pranking?

    Wait...how am I scapegoating Gizmodo? I was questioning your statement:




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  • animal cell microscope. of the


  • Lurchdubious
    Apr 9, 09:47 PM
    New car for the wife! '08 Honda Odyssey EX-L

    http://imageexp.dealercarsearch.com/Media/2383/H7052460_17.jpg




    animal cell microscope. Animal Cell Microscope Slide.
  • Animal Cell Microscope Slide.


  • nospleen
    Jan 11, 11:55 PM
    I like how you speak for the masses, "something WE wanted". I for one was thrilled with the keynote and I am going to buy the iPhone. Just because you were not happy with the keynote, it does not mean the Keynote was horrible. I would have liked some updates on ilife and leopard too, but they will come soon enough.




    animal cell microscope. microscope after cell
  • microscope after cell


  • CaoCao
    Apr 17, 03:05 PM
    It's so refreshing to see that with their 1 in 4 illiteracy rate and 1 in 5 high school dropout rate, California really has their priorities in order when it comes to education. Well done I say.
    There are tons of Hispanic immigrants in California, many are hard working, but that doesn't necessarily mean they are educated

    I have no idea what experience you are speaking from, but it isn't universal. :confused:

    I assure you that in the junior high, high school, and college classes I took, Hinckley was mentioned, JFK may or may not have been described as a Catholic, and Jodi Foster wasn't even popular yet.

    I'm talking about my experiences on history class in California.




    animal cell microscope. Diagram 3.2 An animal cell
  • Diagram 3.2 An animal cell


  • Nekbeth
    Apr 28, 12:06 AM
    Here we go with same old stuff..

    And what makes you thing a simple answer doesn't mean anything to me? I get a lot of simple "direct" answers that have help me in the Apple Forum but If your so disgusted and sensitive, feel free to leave the thread, some people do want to help here.

    This is almost like a Chess game, if I say that I have read Stephen G. Kochan's book, the beginning iPhone SDK programming with objective-c, Pro core data for OS, beginning iPHone development, the developers cookbook, Masters of the void and so on, as well as watch many iTunes U and WWDC videos... you know what many here are will say ?? how about " well then you should read them all over again or any x, y thing..

    the point is.. you can't never fulfill peoples expectations and that applies to anything, not just programming. So, follow your way I say (theres no limitations there). My state of newbie or dummy if you want to call it, is temporary, just like any Pro was but you already get an idea of who's willing to help you and who just wants to play with you.




    animal cell microscope. The two new cell walls are
  • The two new cell walls are


  • vizkiz
    Apr 15, 04:10 PM
    So you have a humongous hole on the side?

    Yes, for the volume up/down rocker switch. If yours doesn't have the volume rocker in the same spot, I think you may have a fake.




    animal cell microscope. It is an animal cell as it has
  • It is an animal cell as it has


  • greenpaz
    Oct 6, 12:04 PM
    Great commecial. Hey, anything that could conceivably light a fire under AT&T is a good thing. I used to have Verizon, and the reception in my house was perfect: I don't recall a single time when a call dropped. Then I bought the iPhone 3GS (which I love) and now I drop calls if I do the unthinkable and walk around the house a bit while I'm on the phone. I'm still happy to have the iPhone, considering how little I actually use the phone portion, but it would be nice if phone service was more reliable even for little ol' me.




    animal cell microscope. Animal Cell Microscope Slide.
  • Animal Cell Microscope Slide.


  • longofest
    Oct 28, 02:57 PM
    That's hardly surprising. I'm more interested in the 100% legal bit - it's interesting that Apple hasn't yet moved to explicitly ban running OS X on non-Apple hardware.

    It's not necessarily illegal to run Darwin on non-Apple hardware, which is much of the goals of the OSx86 project. The source as it comes from Apple will only run on Apple hardware mainly due to EFI and some other stuff. The GUI is what seems to be so tied to the TPM circuitry, which is what OSx86 is NOT touching and why they say it's still legal.




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  • animal cell microscope.


  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Apr 29, 09:28 PM
    Agreed. I'm not sure what the motivation in having such highly-stylized, and ill-fitting UI's are, but they're eyesores, and very difficult to use. I've switched off, and reverted to the "classic" views wherever possible in Lion.

    I noticed most of the criticism stems from the changes in iCal and Address Book which are both disgusting. Sadly they havent changed yet




    animal cell microscope. stock photo : animal cell
  • stock photo : animal cell


  • *LTD*
    Mar 8, 10:29 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8C148)

    Yes, it's Apples highly erratic priorities that are puzzling.

    Their extreme hypocrisy and superiority complex that causes them to go into denial in so many cases.

    They stonewall and refuse to operate in a candid & open way with customers. Instead they practice silently hiding as many of their issues as possible.

    Apples one true area of brilliance is their masterful art of marketing. In the finest example of typical American deceptive advertising, Apple describes their products as "magical & revolutionary".

    What a crock.

    They can't or won't even build a cool running MBP, after years on the market.

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1105643

    I won't get into a furball over your post. Which large tech company operates in a candid & open way with customers?

    The one's that license out their OS and dont give a sweet damn about User Experience, beyond what the absolute lowest sticker price will allow. Right?

    No?

    Ok.




    animal cell microscope. (C) and (D) Light microscope
  • (C) and (D) Light microscope


  • iSee
    Nov 16, 01:51 PM
    Hey, there's nothing wrong with Apple using AMD processors, as long as it's a good product.

    I mean, suppose AMD comes out with something 50% faster than a CD2 for half the price? Why wouldn't we want to get us some of that?

    I don't follow the processor wars, but:

    If Intel's got the best processor, I want Apple to be using that.
    If AMD's got the best processor, then I want Apple to use that.
    If Intel's got the best laptop processor and AMD the best workstation processor, then I want Apple to use both!




    animal cell microscope. We stained the cells using a
  • We stained the cells using a


  • ejbenjamin
    Jan 5, 02:46 PM
    You guys are the coolest. Thanks for all your hard work.




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  • AppliedVisual
    Oct 17, 02:44 PM
    People seem to be more interested in convenience than the highest possible quality.

    Yes, it's appalling.. ;)

    Oh, well, every time I hear someone say they can't see the difference between a standard DVD and an HD-DVD/BluRay disc when shown on a proper 1080p display, I cringe. Perhaps they need to just buy the 25" TV for $200 along with a $25 DVD player, take the money they save and get some laser eye surgery. :D

    Actually, with my new HD set up, most family and friends that see it in action are usually awed by it. I have several friends and neighbors that continuously invite themselves over for monday night football and other events. Most of them think it's pretty cool, but would never spend that kind of money on their home theatre setup (I don't think I spent that much, the TV accounted for over half of everything and it was $3600). A couple of them in the past few months though didn't balk at the price and they went and bought one too...

    But yeah, I'm an "-ophile" when it comes to audio and video. I don't really fit in with the rest of my family. I have an uncle that's only about 10 years older than me and I let him have a left-over 20" TV when I moved. I told him it's a nice set - only about 3 years old. His only concern was "is it color?".

    I know I'm the minority around here when I say this, but I don't own an iPod. :eek: Yeah, it's true... I personally don't care for the MP3 format and the lesser quality offerings of iTunes. If it isn't at least CD quality, uncompressed, I don't want it. And yes, I can hear the difference on my sound system which is a separate setup from my home theatre.

    My wife tells me that I'm insane... She's probably right, but what do I care. :D




    one1
    May 4, 10:26 AM
    The "Only way" ?

    What, you could not use a laptop?

    And how would an iPad only owner read the CD in the 1st place?

    Yes the iPad made a nice easy to use picture viewer once you had put the images on it from your real computer at home is what you are saying.

    You could just of easy taken a laptop which read the CD images off directly onto the screen and no needed this new device whatsoever.

    Who owns a laptop? Not I. Should I pull one out of thin air to appeal to your invalid response?

    How would an iPad only owner USE an ipad without activation? Your argument is completely without merit. They make these things called iMacs, try one! They are fantastic for the home, but a little hefty for trip to the doc.

    I could have driven a Daewoo, but I took a BMW. *WINK* (http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d5/audiogodz1/IMG_0053copy.jpg)




    tktaylor1
    Apr 11, 02:54 PM
    New glasses. I have to pick up another pair in 2 weeks.




    TrulyYuki
    Apr 12, 09:52 PM
    I'm quite curious how well this works and if it is worth the hassle. It's not that hard to stick the batter in a pan and toss it in the oven. ;)
    I have a small cupcake obsession. I'd rather bake them then eat them it seems because they often go to waste.

    Wait......do you guys have a little obsession with cupcakes, or an obsession with little cupcakes?

    I just want to be clear, that's all. ;)

    Haha. :D That's a good one. I LOL at that! :p

    Jessica-
    I have to a wait until the weekend to try it out since I'm working all week. Bummer. Well I'm sure they'll turn out great. I'll let you know then

    Surely-
    A little of both. I have a little obsession with cupcakes and little cupcakes feed that obsession. You know how girls are with little things!

    SpeedwithJJ-
    Yeah. That was funny.




    ewinemiller
    Mar 26, 05:29 PM
    Not surprising. When I was in high school someone broke into our house stole a .22 pistol and a bunch of jewelry, also a pillow cover to carry it. Eventually the .22 turned up after they tried to hold up a convenience store. The thieves were friends with the family across the street.




    AMcBroom81
    Apr 16, 01:07 AM
    I want My next iPhone to look like this,

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