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  • mw360
    Apr 6, 08:03 AM
    Agreed. Sadly, I was working on an App nearly IDENTICAL to what Apple just came out with. I am about 80% done but am wondering if it is even worth completing: http://computerharmonyinc.com/ibillboard.html

    Been tried, been rejected.

    Nice try though. An app where you make money every time someone taps the screen - you must have been wetting yourself with excitement.




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  • bassfingers
    Apr 23, 01:17 PM
    Right. We should leave that to corporations.

    It's funny that unions are doing exactly what people are afraid corporations are doing.

    But what's even funnier, is that all the while, the unions bring us down. They ruin education, give millions of dollars to crappy candidates that are just going to repay them later by pushing crappy legislation that helps out the unions.

    They do little-to-no good for anyone, and are some of the strongest and most corrupt political machines in existence. But people are afraid of big businesses?

    grow up, and don't ask for more than you earn. It's your job to earn your money. It's not the governments job to baby you the whole way there, and its pitiful to rely on a union to make sure you get overpaid and have job security no matter how bad you are at your job




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  • Links
    Aug 10, 03:41 PM
    I ordered mine on Monday and got it yesterday (ground shipping!). [...]
    Jim
    Reminds of an issue many years ago when Apple released the G3 (B&W).
    The first batch had a crippled ATA bus due to the wrong chip.
    If you bought the same machine, same model number, same specs
    a month later you had a different chip and much improved Hard Drive performance.
    How could you tell them apart?
    You had to search out the chip inside the G3 and find the number on the chip to compare with the newer one.




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  • leekohler
    Apr 16, 05:13 PM
    Lucky girl.

    Yeah, on Friday nights her boyfriend spends all his time on the internet obsessing over gay people. That has to do a lot for her self esteem. ;)




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  • Zolk
    Nov 23, 09:28 PM
    What time does the sale start online, anyone??
    I'm writing from Atlantic Standard Time (11:27 pm now)
    Thanks.

    "Shopping event is available only at the online Apple Store on November 24 from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. PST and at Apple retail stores."




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  • mj_1903
    Oct 21, 04:24 AM
    Dividends, yes that would be a good idea, what with $10 billion in cash on hand. Microsoft finally decided that their cash horde was becoming a bit of an embarrassment and declared one.

    Microsoft only paid a dividend when their share growth stagnated.

    Apple on the other hand has had stellar share growth recently so there is really no need to pay dividends.




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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 16, 05:08 PM
    Yes, I do believe Merriam Webster is still up and running...

    This is no value to me, if you consider your position to be narrow-mind, and not an abomination, sorry...., affront.




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  • clintob
    Oct 11, 12:09 PM
    I'm not sure I understand the people who (a) don't believe this is coming soon, or (b) don't believe it's coming at all because "people won't use it - it's too small." That's garbage.

    Not everything Apple releases has to be an "earth shattering" revolution. Some stuff can just have a niche market and be better than what's out there. They're in it to make money first and foremost. And frankly, if people could carry an iPod-sized object, with wireless headphones, and that could play widescreen movies on a 4" or so screen (AND, oh by the way, carry their iTunes library to boot), it would be the death of the portable DVD player.

    No, that's not a huge market, or a cash cow by any means. Nor is it a revolutionary product. But at the end of the day, it's pretty damned cool which means most of us will buy it (despite our attempts not to), and it's certainly another cha-ching to add to the list for Apple.




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  • clientsiman
    Apr 2, 12:34 PM
    It's too early to compare those two OS.

    I like using both OS X and Windows. I am not impressed with Lion so far. (From what I have read, as I haven't try it). I hope Apple has same surprises to show in the WWDC.

    I am really looking forward to see what Ubuntu can achieve till next year. I am not sure if I like the new Unite shell but I agree that Ubuntu needs to create something new and stop copying OS X and Windows.




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  • Aeolius
    Oct 6, 06:46 PM
    As a fan of Japanese architecture and minimalism myself, this is a refreshing idea to read about. Nothing beats a mix of modern and Japanese architecture.

    To each their own, I suppose. Personally, I dislike modern-looking houses. When we built our house, I wanted it to look like it had been here half a century.

    I still don't consider my house a mansion, though. When I think of a mansion I think of fragile decor (not childproof), rooms decorated just for show (formal dining room, etc), immaculate landscaping, a garage without a drop of oil on the floor, a wet bar, and either a room devoted to the display of taxidermy or a room filled with musical instruments that no one plays.




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  • Electro Funk
    Oct 28, 05:20 PM
    Logic Pro 7 has yet to be cracked, so Apple has people who know how to do copyright protection. I suspect Leopard will employ very strong TPM integration compared to Tiger.

    a quick look at google will show you that Logic Pro 7 has definately been cracked... ;)




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  • NAG
    Jan 12, 04:34 PM
    Obviously.:rolleyes: I was responding to the idea that is was somehow ironic (and funny) that such a low-tech device could disrupt such a high-tech show. There are many other low-tech ways to cause problems for exhibitors. You can't have an open, accessible show floor and protect against everyone's idea of a "prank." Exhibitors have to be able to trust that attendees, especially press credentialed attendees, won't make them look foolish in order to drive traffic to their blogs.

    Anyway, I hope you took notice of the real point of my comment:


    That's nothing to laugh about.

    Yes, and disagreeing with President Bush means you support the Terrorists. Yes, I just went there.

    Seriously, that is such a slippery slope argument it isn't funny. Blaming some pranksters for the end of big expos is silly.




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  • Thomas Veil
    Apr 22, 04:00 PM
    I wonder if Thomas Veil will sign this one (with his real name)?You better believe it. Already been to an anti-SB5 rally, too.




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  • Yvan256
    Nov 16, 07:55 PM
    It's quite simple. AMD bought ATI. If Apple wants to use ATI GPUs in their computer, then I guess they have to talk to AMD now (at least for pricing, orders, etc).




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  • MacBoobsPro
    Jan 9, 03:30 PM
    It usually appears between 10pm and 1030pm in the UK. You have (hopefully)at most an hours wait.

    Enjoy!




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  • rnelan7
    Apr 10, 02:39 PM
    Samsung PN50C8000 x3.

    Continuing to build my ultimate theater room - just need to paint the in wall speakers that were installed.

    Just curious, why three televisions instead of just one big projector?




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  • chukronos
    Nov 16, 04:14 PM
    I will never buy an AMD computer again, especially in a laptop. AMDs are very hot processors and they require big fans(I learn that from my bro's Compaq), which make them thick and heavy.

    It would be best for me if we could of kept PowerPC, developed a lower powerconsuming but stil powerful G5, or Xenon(chip in XBOX 360). But intel is still got...PPC for LIFE



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  • jackc
    Jan 14, 08:56 PM
    Now, Gizmodo just posted another editorial. They are not just refusing to apologize, they are actually proud. Supposedly this is a an act of civil disobedience, a sign of their independence. Not only are they being immature jerks, but exhibit this self righteous attitude. It is just a prank, (actually it is not even a creative one) so it is not that big of a deal, but their new editorial makes them seem even more immature. I wonder if somebody is going to play pranks on them to show some independence of his own.

    Linky (http://gizmodo.com/344447/giz-banned-for-life-and-loving-it-on-pranks-and-civil-disobedience-at-ces)

    They should be writing political speeches, I had a tear rolling down my cheek thinking about how they're standing up to corporations




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  • Stella
    Jan 10, 09:24 PM
    Sad.

    Very immature.




    slb
    Oct 29, 01:53 AM
    Emagic already had the security dongle in place when Apple bought Logic from them. Apple just made it white and put their logo on it.

    Emagic's employees are now Apple employees.

    Again with the physical example fallacy. We're talking about information here. It has no intrinsic value. This means that if I steal it, you still have it.

    This, too, is a tired argument. Of course it has intrinsic value; it's called "intellectual property." My example was meant to illustrate how ridiculous it is to expect Apple to just trust people to run out and buy a Mac just because they pirated OS X, as though you'd let people drive a Lamborghini on the honor system.

    When you pirate digital information, you're still stealing indirectly by depriving the author of payment. In other words, you're stealing revenues owed to them, especially if you do it off a P2P network where your shared files are distributed to others and spread the piracy. Just because computers provide a method of perfect duplication of a product doesn't magically mean you have the right to freeload it and not pay someone for their work.

    I'm so tired of these sorts of Slashdot-esque positions on piracy and intellectual property.




    twoodcc
    Apr 9, 11:22 PM
    I'm doin' all the ppd I can without spending more money on hardware right now:D I would like to replace 5 machines with a new Mac Pro when they come out (4 really slow and my current Mac Pro). It's h**l waiting for Apple sometimes :eek: Hurry up Apple!! :apple:

    What I want: Mac Pro with 12-16 cores, 24-32 threads, 2-3Ghz, 24 gigs of fast ddr3 ram, same case design outside plus usb 3.0, inside room for 3-4 2.5 inch ssd's in raid 0, 4 3.5 inch sata 2.0 or 3.0 (interchangable) and support for 3 GTX 295/480 cards.

    Price $4-5k I'm not asking too much am I?

    What I really want: Mac Pro with 64 cores, 256 threads, 3-4Ghz, 32 gigs of fast memristor (http://www.zdnet.co.uk/news/emerging-tech/2010/04/09/memristor-discovery-could-lead-to-faster-hpc-40088582/) memory ON CHIP, 64 gigs of ddr3 ram, and a few other things in an anodized aluminum case :p

    dang. yeah, not asking for much huh :cool:

    but don't be surprised if you don't get half of that, and it costs $6k.

    this is one of the main things that bothers me about apple. i just don't understand why they wait so long to update the mac pros like this. at least announce something




    Rot'nApple
    Mar 24, 04:08 PM
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    So many posts of "Happy Birthday", that one more would just get lost in the shuffle... So, how many ways can one say 'Happy Birthday (http://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/birthday.htm)'? Let me count the ways... :eek:

    Happy Birthday Apple OS X... :) :apple:
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    daneoni
    Mar 17, 05:50 PM
    It's probably the lines fed to them by retail employees at point of purchase. This is actually cheaper yet better than the iPhone because *insert random pro here*




    Thinine
    Apr 29, 03:53 PM
    Finally, Apple has made a significant change to one of the first user interface changes observed (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/10/25/mac-os-x-lion-notes-ios-scroll-bars-any-corner-resizing-dock-changes/) way back in October when Apple first demoed Mac OS X Lion: iOS-style scrollbars. Initial builds of Mac OS X Lion had featured scrollbars that overlaid the window's comments, appearing only when necessary and then disappearing after a brief period of time.

    Apple has done away with that concept, returning to fixed scrollbars (http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/04/29/163551-lion_scrollbar_non_overlay.jpg) along the right side of each window, although they do retain the dark iOS-like appearance. The refined scrollbars are present at all times and do not disappear after use.

    No they haven't. Fading is now a user preference. You can have them fade automatically, stay all the time, or fade according to your input device.



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