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Ferry Kurniawan  Biasa aja

bojoku ternyata tidak cuma pinter makan,dia pinter masak juga ๐Ÿ˜‚ Sop Buntut chef @susanefka

Formasi Sahur pagi ini :
1.Ikan Peda
2.Tempe Garit
3.Kangkung Rebus
4.Sambel Terasi + Add-on Mangga

๐Ÿ”‘new ๐Ÿ’ฐworld โš™๏ธorder ๐Ÿ•น๏ธ.
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JANCUK kon.. Jan Cox adalah seorang seniman pelukis kelahiran Den Haag, Belanda pada 27 Agustus 1919. lalu Meninggal pada 7 Oktober 1980 di Antwerp, Belgia.

Nama Jan Cox membumi di tanah Jawa terutama di Kota Surabaya bukan karena karya lukisnya. Namun karena namanya tertulis pada salah satu tank milik Belanda.

Sepertinya sih personel tank tempur tersebut tersebut sangat mengidolai Jan Cox lalu menuliskan nama pujaanya. Hal tersebut yang banyak dilakukan prajurit tempur semasa Perang Dunia II.

Tulisan putih besar dengan huruf capital sangat mudah terbaca. Para pasukan TKR (TNI pada masa itu) menggunakan kata sandi Jan Cox untuk kendaraan tank tempur.

Lambat laun kata Jan Cox terkenal dan menjadi bahasa serapan populer di kalangan masyarakat Jawa Timur. ๐Ÿ“ท M Arfan Mauludin//pluckme.com
๐Ÿ“„ A Ziyadi//mitermeter.com

congratz bapak bapak @sheilaon7 @barkah137 @duta507 @erosscandra @brianso7 @tomowidayat rajin pangkal pandai

mood booster ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ Antimo.. anti modol.. saha hayang modol???

Samson Anak Kuncen

mau membayangkan ruwetnya Jakarta...?? lihat tiang ini saja ๐Ÿ˜‚

malem minggu HP miring?? mobil lejen..??? nom noman cap taek jare arek iki.. kon nom.noman cap opo?? ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

kopine enak

tebak lagu @tomowidayat
15 Juni 2009.. file *.cwb. Sudah punah..

A Bit of History of MacIntel

Apple's announcement to move their Macs from PowerPC to Intel processors in 2005 was a huge surprise at the time. Serious reports about the plan hit the web only two days before the official announcement at WWDC 2005. The immediate reaction on MacRumors included a 2936 comment thread with some very strong reactions to the switch-up.
Now, a post by the wife of a former Apple employee at Q&A site Quora fills in some fascinating details about the Mac OS X on Intel project.
According to Kim Scheinberg, she and her husband John Kullmann had decided to move back to the east coast in 2000. In order to make the move, Kullmann had to work on a more independent project at Apple. Ultimately, he started work on an Intel version of Mac OS X. Eighteen months later, in December 2001, his boss asks him to show him what he's been working on:
At this point, JK has three PCs in his office at Apple, and another three in the office at home, all sold to him by a friend who sells custom built PCs (can't order them through the usual Apple channels because no one in the company knows what he's working on). All are running the Mac OS.
In JK's office, Joe watches in amazement as JK boots up an Intel PC and up on the screen comes the familiar 'Welcome to Macintosh'. Joe pauses, silent for a moment, then says, "I'll be right back." He comes back a few minutes later with Bertrand Serlet.
Max (our 1-year-old) and I were in the office when this happened because I was picking JK up from work. Bertrand walks in, watches the PC boot up, and says to JK, "How long would it take you to get this running on a (Sony) Vaio?" JK replies, "Not long" and Bertrand says, "Two weeks? Three?" JK said more like two *hours*. Three hours, tops.
Bertrand tells JK to go to Fry's (the famous West Coast computer chain) and buy the top of the line, most expensive Vaio they have. So off JK, Max and I go to Frys. We return to Apple less than an hour later. By 7:30 that evening, the Vaio is running the Mac OS. [My husband disputes my memory of this and says that Matt Watson bought the Vaio. Maybe Matt will chime in.]

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