im pretty sure it does......I mean why have mj on the cover and not have all that Jordan challenges on it like the ps3 version
There are several different 'Rare Air' books. I have three completely different copies ranging from $15-$500. The rarest, and by far the most valuable is the 'Rare Air' black, hardcover first edition. The most common is the white, paperback edition. I own a copy of the original limited print black book that I purchased in Chicago when the book was originally released. The original, first edition black copy was only available in Chicago, IL at Nike Town and Michael Jordan's restaurant. These were only available for a very short time and sold out within days of being released. The first edition, black hardcover is limited edition but does not say 'Limited Edition' at the bottom of the cover. The first edition black book has silver writing on the black linen hardcover, reading: "Rare Air", and the bottom is blank. Other than the bottom of the cover being blank, the only other difference is that there is no dust jacket on the book. My copy was originally purchased for around $100 when it was first released, but this book is now worth anywhere from $250-$500 depending on the condition. I have never found a copy of the original black book on-line and the price may have increased from what I've been offered by private collectors. The later editions of the black, hardcover copy are usually around $150-$195 and are identical, except they say "Rare Air" in silver at the top of the cover, and "Limited Edition" at the bottom of the cover. The fact that the bottom reads "Limited Edition" and the book has a dust jacket are the only differences between this book and the ultra rare first edition. Had I not purchased one of these on-line I would never had known there were multiple editions available. I paid $150 on Amazon.com. There are also white, paperback copies. These white, paperback copies are excellent collector items and they are much more affordable. I have two white editions. These can be found in wide supply on-line for $15-$50 depending on edition and condition. - MJ Aficianado
During the 1951 World Series, between the NY Yankees and the NY Giants, Mantle tripped on a drain cover in the outfield. As best can be determined, he tore his ACL doing so -- and orthopedic surgery at the time could not repair this injury.
Client devices are usually connected to an Access Point (AP) in what is known as a star topology. Data moving from one of the clients to another is transferred though the AP. This 802.11z amendment defines mechanisms that allow IEEE 802.11™ to set up a direct link between client devices while also remaining associated with the (AP). These mechanisms are referred to as Tunneled Direct Link Setup (TDLS). A TDLS direct link is set up automatically, without need for user intervention, while the connection with the AP is maintained Several benefits: 1. 802.11z reduces the number of times a packet gets transmitted over the air from 2 to 1. 2. The shorter transmission times on TDLS direct links will provide power savings as well. 3. If client devices are perhaps newer and capable of operating at data rates or in frequency bands not supported by the AP they can do data transfer. 4. TDLS direct links, bypassing the AP, eliminates one of the transmissions and the client -to-client transmissions will often occur at much higher data rates both of which result in shorter transmission times and client device power savings. 5. There is no need to upgrade APs to support TDLS direct links. TDLS is a client-only feature. 6. TDLS is designed to enhance the communication between clients, especially mobile handheld devices, with limited battery capacity. As I understand from IEEE website that Standard is still evolving. Working group has many suggestions. However, one thing is not clear to me is how much distance it will cover?
Michael Jordan has appeared on the magazine cover a record 50 times. It is rumored that being on the cover of Sports Illustrated is bad luck.
Michael Jordan, stupid.
Brady has been on the cover 16 times of Sports Illustrated
The persons who was on the cover OS Sports Illustrated 49 times was Eddie Matthews.
The first African-American on the cover of Sports Illustrated was Calvin Jones - September 27, 1954.