12 September 2007


The iPhone is a multimedia and Internet-enabled quad-band GSM EDGE-supported mobile phone designed and sold by Apple Inc.iPhone's functions include those of a camera phone and a portable media player (iPod), in addition to text messaging and visual voicemail.It also offers Internet services including e-mail, web browsing, and local Wi-Fi connectivity. User input is accomplished via a multi-touch screen with virtual keyboard and buttons. The iPhone has been available since June 29, 2007 in the United States from Apple Retail Stores and the Apple Online Store.


The iPhone allows conferencing, call holding, call merging, caller ID, and integration with other cellular network features and iPhone functions.Also the iPhone includes a Visual Voicemail.A ringtone feature, allows users to create ringtones from purchased iTunes music.

The iPhone features a built in 2.0
megapixels camera on the back for still digital photos, but not video recording. It also includes software that allows the user to upload, view, and send by e-mail photos.

The layout of the music library differs from previous
iPods,with the sections divided more clearly alphabetically, and with a larger font. Similar to previous iPods, the iPhone can sort its media library by songs, artists, albums, videos, playlists, genres, composers, podcasts, audiobooks, and compilations.

As the fifth generation iPods introduced in 2005, the iPhone can play video, allowing users to watch TV shows and films.

Web connectivity and e-mail
The iPhone has built-in
Wi-Fi, with which it is able to access the World Wide Web (througth a wireless network) via a modified version of the Safari web browser. There has also been some criticism stemming from the iPhone's inability to download iTunes content wirelessly.But iPhone doesn't suport Flash or Java tecnology.


Apple has confirmed that an optimized version of the
Mac OS X operating system (without unnecessary components) runs on the iPhone, although differences between the operating system (OS X) running on Macs and the iPhone have not been officially explained.

There are several applications located on the "Home" screen. The YouTube application streams videos over Wi-Fi and/or EDGE after encoding them using QuickTime.
This is the Microsoft iPhone, jajajaja (it's a joke)


07 September 2007

Calvin and Hobbes


Calvin and Hobbes is a comic strip written and illustrated by Bill Watterson, following the humorous antics of Calvin, an imaginative six-year old boy, and Hobbes, his energetic tiger.The strip is vaguely set in the contemporary Midwestern United States, on the outskirts of suburbia, a location probably inspired by Watterson's home town of Chagrin Falls, Ohio.The broad themes of the strip deal with Calvin's flights of fantasy, his friendship with Hobbes, his misadventures, his views on a diverse range of political and cultural issues and his relationships and interactions with his parents, classmates, educators, and other members of society.Because of Watterson's strong anti-merchandising sentiments, almost no legitimate Calvin and Hobbes merchandise exists outside of the book collections.
Calvin: Named as theologian John Calvin, Calvin is an impulsive, sometimes overly creative, imaginative, energetic, curious, intelligent, and often selfish six-year-old, whose last name the strip never gives. Despite his low grades, Calvin has a wide vocabulary range that rivals that of an adult as well as an emerging philosophical mind, implying that he comes from a naturally literate family.

Hobbes: In the classic comic tradition of sidekicks, Hobbes represents Calvin's potential maturity and externalized conscience.From everyone else's point of view, Hobbes is Calvin's stuffed tiger.From Calvin's point of view, however, Hobbes is an anthropomorphic tiger, much larger than Calvin and full of his own attitudes and ideas.He is named as the philosopher Thomas Hobbes.

Calvin's Family: Calvin's mother and father are for the most part typical Middle American middle-class parents. Like many other characters in the strip, their relatively down-to-earth and sensible attitudes serve primarily as a foil for Calvin's outlandish behavior.

Susie Derkins: She's the only important character with both a first and last name, is a classmate of Calvin's who lives in his neighborhood. In contrast with Calvin, she is polite and diligent in her studies, and her imagination usually seems mild-mannered and civilized.


Information: www.Calvinyhobbes.com and Wikipedia

04 September 2007

Antonio Puerta

He was a spanish football player of Sevilla c.f. who was died last 28th of august.

He was born at November 26th of 1984, and he lived all his short life at Sevilla.

He played at inferior categories of the team.
He won a few of trophies, including two UEFA cups and One Europe Supercup. His Goal against Schalke 04 let Sevilla won 5 tournaments in a row.
Last august 25th he had a heart attack in Sevilla-Getafe match. He was move to Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocio ICU.

Three Days later he died at the hospital because he had an ARVD(Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Cardiomyopathy/Dysplasia.
He was going to have a baby in a month.