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Just got the new Macbook Pro 13″ and I have been using it for two days now and so far I must say it’s the most solid notebook I have ever used. I have own a Powerbook 17″ and using my current Macbook Pro 15″ (Non-Unibody) and I must say the Unibody does feels more solid that its predecessors. The older model tend to have a bend at the lid and you will notice it when the lid is close but not for this Unibody.
I will used it more and hopefully can write my own personal review on this.
One is free and once cost merely 99cents but I’m loving both. They give a different feel. But I wish ShakeItPhoto can have an option for us to write something on it like the good old Polaroid.
Are you getting too paranoid? I appreciate your seriousness on getting the worms and the phishing attack recently but your system should be able to determine what is a bot and what is a human.
I was having a conversation with my friend last night and we were discussing on photography, so I started to send him links of my flickr pages over the conversation and next thing I know pop out a message warning me of spamming him and threaten that my account will be disable (See below image)
So I visited your FAQ page and did exactly as recommended by changing my password, logout and login back again. As I continue on my chat with him, every line I type, I am warned again by that message. What is going on facebook? Are you overly paranoid?
Btw, I’m a human not a bot
My friends has been buzzing me saying Rick is dead and it was over the radio, so I said to myself not another twitter rumors flying around. First it was Harrison Ford, then came Britney Spears and now Rick Astley?
So I went to google news to confirm the source and I saw a link at the local newspaper picking it up. And funnily they reported it that he is dead but ended up deleting the page. Can’t believe a major newspaper could report such a thing without checking the source first. Never believe what you read until you confirm it with at least few major sources.
And when you are in the link, the page has been taken out. Thanks to Google cache to catch the blunder