Facebook officially took the “beta” label off its much-publicized Timeline this evening, but it’s rolling out the new feature gradually. New Zealand is currently the only country to get Timeline, the company said in a blog postthis evening. Other regions will get it in the “near future.”
Facebook first unveiled Timeline in early September, and quickly provided the means for developers and curious users to enable the feature. A more general release was planned for later that month, but it never came, ostensibly to address technical issues and privacy concerns having to do with the software.
Ammar Belal’s Green Label is targeted to a younger and more price conscious customer who still craves the signature fits of the Ammar Belal shirts and the impeccable quality standards achieved in each product at an affordable price.The Green Label philosophy is to introduce new fabric collections every two weeks in all the Ammar Belal outlets.
Since launch, Gmail has grown to become the third largest web mail service in the US, and while Google wants to see usage grow, it is more focussed on bringing new features to existing users.
In an exclusive interview with TechRadar at South by South West Interactive (SXSWi), Todd Jackson, Product Manager for Gmail and Google Buzz, explained why.
“We hope that more and more people will use Gmail – and not just that more people will use it but that people will use it more often,” he said.
“This is something that Larry and Sergey, the founders, tell us – focus on usage not [...]
“Maysoon” is the In-house label at The Designers. The Label offers the New Collection which is Soft and feminine yet Subtly sultry.
The Pictures are taken from Instep Style MagazineModel: MahiLabel: Maysoon @ The DesignersMake Up: Akef Ilyas
I have a bottle of a nasal spray that I’m using for allergies, and it says on the label that each spray delivers “50 mcg” of the drug. What in the world is a “mcg”? Do you think they mean μg (microgram), which is 10-6grams, or in SI units a single spray would be delivering 5*10-8kg of drug, or do you think they mean m-c-g (milli-centi-grams), which would be 10-3*10-2grams =10-5grams, or in SI units a single spray would be delivering 5*10-7kg? These are two different values depending upon how I read the label, one of which is the actual amount of drug delivered [...]