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  1. mtlurb

    Bravo!

    Hehehe, every night when I log on mtlurb.com from Cancun i'm impressed at the numbers of posts and threads created!!! I can't already keep up! Thank you guys for making this a success! and it just started!
  2. Wow Malek, j'aime beaucoup le nouveau logo du site!! Ça été fait expressément pour mtlurb? Bravo à celui qui a fait le graphique
  3. Intéressante conversation: MF ont créé les spectacles de Madonna au Super Bowl et JZ au Carnegie Hall. Bravo! http://www.985fm.ca/audioplayer.php?mp3=123762
  4. Pas super, mais au moins on transforme 1 étage en 6 étages. Bravo pour ça. Projet au coin sud-est de Décarie et la 40. Site actuel : http://maps.google.ca/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=fr&geocode=&q=8355+rue+labarre,+montr%C3%A9al&aq=&sll=49.891235,-97.15369&sspn=32.799964,93.076172&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=8355+Rue+Labarre,+Montr%C3%A9al,+Communaut%C3%A9-Urbaine-de-Montr%C3%A9al,+Qu%C3%A9bec+H4P+1G5&ll=45.501967,-73.66061&spn=0.002169,0.005681&t=h&z=18&layer=c&cbll=45.502079,-73.660651&panoid=b_UgzL4a6m0RO4UnlAO3hw&cbp=12,123.23,,0,3.06 Projet :
  5. Women: Montreal (Courtesy of MSN Travel) There is more to the list, if you click on the link above.
  6. jesseps

    Nexus One

    I can't wait to get mine (had to ship it to Vermont) LOL Only reason I got this baby is Android 2.1. I never use data on my phone, I'll still be using wifi. Even if I wanted to use data on my phone the 3G wont work until Videotron launches in the summer with their AWS spectrum. Specs It does suck that it doesn't have multitouch, but the voice command feature pretty interesting to say the least. I should hopefully be reviewing the phone, days after receiving it. The competition in some way or another... Nokia N900 (3G AWS w/QWERTY) Sony X10 (3G w/o QWERTY exclusive to Rogers in 2Q10) iPhone 3GS (3G w/o QWERTY supported by multiple carriers) Motorola Droid / Milestone (3G AWS w/QWERTY) Blackberry Storm2 (3G AWS w/QWERTY) One main advantage I see with Nexus One the use of AMOLED. Only other phone from HTC that has it is Bravo. Only other manufacture that uses is AMOLED is Samsung. 3G AWS only works with WIND and soon DAVE (both are excluded from QC). Come on Videotron (summer). One thing LG came out with the EVE which is sold exclusively with Rogers at the moment. LG also working now on EVE2 which the specs will rival Nexus One, seeing Qualcomm Snapdragon processing speed at 1 GHz. One thing Apple has an advantage with ARM processors seeing they can handle 2 GHz (supposedly), time will only tell when they release their new generation iPhone in 2010. One advantage that Nexus One has right now is with the WiFi 802.11n
  7. Voilà un petit 7 étages à NDG. Je ne connais pas le secteur du tout mais je suis ravi de ne pas voir un 3 étages. Ce projet a une bonne densité avec 58 unités et il semble bien se vendre donc bravo. http://www.royalfielding.com/main.cfm