Riders on the super-sized MaXair sit in outward-facing suspended seats that form a giant circle of 50 passengers; their legs dangle freely, and each seat has an individual shoulder restraint and restraining belt. At the peak of the pendulum movement that reaches a maximum speed of 70 mph, riders are upside down 140 feet high above the ground and experience "airtime" - that coveted feeling of weightlessness that is popular for thrill-seekers on roller coasters.
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Thursday, April 06, 2006


"Wallpaper" is the term used in Microsoft Windows before Windows Vista (where it is called the Desktop "Background"), while Mac OS X calls it a "desktop picture".
Background also desktop picture is an image used as a background of a graphical user interface on a computer or mobile device. On a computer it is usually for the desktop, while for a mobile phone it is usually the background for the 'home' or 'idle' screen. Image is a two-dimensional picture, that has a similar appearance to some subject.