Oh dear You can't send your draft email because the buton "send" is greyed out and you cant save it either because "cancel" is also greyed out?! Yikes!. Fortunately here is the solution.
It's going to be scary, but trust me, this works.:Read more: Cancel and Send button greyed out on Apple iPad, cant send draft email.
Well done maya pixelskaya for making these great Converse chucks painted with pixel art from retro video games. I think I've played all of these! By the time you read this, there will no doubt be more, so click to check them out at the source.Read more: Nice job, video game painted Converse chucks
How can content owners not get it?
I mean, I just can´t really understand how large companies who produce/sell movies, TV shows and who sell music, still resist making thier content on decent digital delivery services. Are they really still making that much from DVD's and CD's ? It seams preposterous to me because I don't buy them. If I cant get my content online, I don't buy it. I don't want to have to put a DVD in my computer and have to rip it to add it to my digital library and I dont want to fill my house up with mor platic "things". I should add that I don't subscribe to a cable service and I do not watch normal free to air TV.
Take a look at the little girl in this video, she's the star (well, they're all stars really):
The other day I noticed something strange at sugarsync.com:
The home page of sugarsyncs 5gb (currently) cloud storage service shows an image of it's software running on three devices. The first, an Apple MacBook Pro, the second is an Apple iPhone and it would appear that in an effort to not be completely Apple biased, is a tablet of some description (what appears to be a samsung galaxy tab).
But take a second look, I've shown the whole page below, with part of it at full size. Can you seen that? As far as I'm concerned they've just photoshopped the iPad app into the other tablet...
C'mon SugarSync that's your iPad software, why not just show the iPad itself?! lol.
At the bottom I've deliberately shown a crop of the top left corner from an iPad at a similar lo res. I'll take this opportunity to recommend the iPad, it's a phenomenal device!
Amazingly, when I opened Facebook today I happened across the weirdest coincidence. A friend from high school had posted a photo about floating a paper boat down a river with his son. The the feed directly above his photo was a random image from a random website I once liked, showing candles made in the shape of origami boats of exatly the same type! What are the chances of that?