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Monday, May 9, 2011

1897 Queen Anne Victorian

1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Queen Anne Victorian building
  • Queen Anne Victorian building

  • ihaveNFC
    May 7, 11:25 PM
    How is it a novelty?

    Turned out not to have any particular value "for me" as I continued to use it.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. was published in 1897.
  • was published in 1897.

  • Unspeaked
    Aug 11, 01:40 PM
    I guess your point is that Apple agrees with YOU, right?

    No, my point is that I think Apple will continue to do what it's always done, and that those arguing that they'll suddenly treat product announcements differently just because their chips are now supplied by Intel are only speculating.

    I admit I'm speculating as well, but my speculation is based on Apple's known prior history, while other's is based on their wet dreams of Core 2 Duo MacBooks, which they've been wanting since before the *original* MacBook was even announced, and which they'll probably complain about once they're actually released anyway, and hold off for the next gen chips.


    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. In 1897 Queen Victoria#39;s 60
  • In 1897 Queen Victoria#39;s 60

  • coffey7
    Jul 21, 09:32 PM
    now if apple can build a laptop that won't give me a first degree burn we're in business :cool:

    Tell me about it!

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Fabulous Queen Anne w/orig.
  • Fabulous Queen Anne w/orig.

  • adbe
    Apr 5, 02:17 PM
    Companies have a right then to make money on it and Apple cannot actively try to cut off the ability of another company to make money off the Iphone legally, its called restraint of trade, a federal law.

    Yes they can. There is no protection under law for making money off the ineptitude of other companies. Apple is entitled, and expected to fix bugs. When those bugs get fixed, an avenue for jail breaking gets closed. Companies that see their revenue stream dry up are just screwed. That's life.

    Jail breaking happens because Apple screwed the pooch on security. That's all.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. A Victorian silver christening
  • A Victorian silver christening

  • milo
    May 4, 05:09 PM
    And there's been exactly 0% of Operating Systems sold on the app store. And 0% of stories that downloading Lion will be excactly like downloading every other app on the app store.

    That's almost verbatim just what I was about to say.

    The number of lazy, complacent, disorganized, people that "don't want a disc lying around, or "don't want to keep track of one, is just hilarious.

    Or sad, depending on how you look at it.

    I don't see what's so lazy or sad about choosing a download over having to go to a store or have a physical disk delivered. Seems like the smarter option to me. And no, I don't want unnecessary physical media cluttering up my space. But that's just the tip of the iceberg, I'm much more excited about the advantages of a download than just getting rid of the physical disc. Sure, I'll back up the copy but I'd much rather have the option to put that backup on a disk with a bunch of other material than have a bunch of shiny coasters lying around.

    so...for those who cant wait to see the dvd drive removed from the macbook(pro)/ would one burn it onto a dvd?

    You wouldn't, and you wouldn't need to. I'd much prefer having it on a USB stick.

    It would be nice to know more details.

    (1) How will users on other than FAST cable modems get Loin?
    (2) How can we make emergency backups? I've been in a number of places were downloading gigabytes of data was not a viable option.
    (3) Did this idea spring from the "mind" of the same genius who came up with the New and Improved Apple Discussion boards?

    It would be nice if people would read the article instead of just posting questions that are already answered.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. This Queen Victoria medal for
  • This Queen Victoria medal for

  • JRM PowerPod
    Nov 22, 06:06 AM
    Apple doesn't need to deliver a revolutionary phone-like device to grab marketshare. It's more about integrating a device within the system... and that is something Apple is good at.

    Phones, new features, and additional functionality are a dime-a-dozen. New bells and whistles are added all the time, that's not what the market needs. Someone (hopefully Apple!) needs to take some of these advancements and deliver a products that integrates them in a logical and intuative way.


    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. 1897, Great Britain.
  • 1897, Great Britain.

  • JesterJJZ
    Apr 21, 07:33 PM
    I need:
    8 Internal Bays.
    More PCIe Slots.
    Keep Dual Optical Bays.
    More Ram Slots.
    Built in Fibre Channel (This is a stretch)
    That should be a MacPro. What you guys want is that magic headless iMac. I want more, not less.
    Working in Video I need the most horsepower possible. 32 Cores would be nice.

    At home I can live with my iMac, but editing on it is a pain. A MiniMacPro might work there, but it will still cost 2k and people will bitch.
    For work I can justify spending $8,000 on a high powered PRO machine.

    What he said...

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. before Queen Victoria#39;s
  • before Queen Victoria#39;s

  • bedifferent
    Apr 23, 04:30 PM
    If this is true, I'd be a little pissed lol. I just traded up from my two 23" ACD's for two 24" LED LCD's.

    Hopefully this means with the Mac Pro rumors refresh and Final Cut release that Apple is refocusing on their neglected pro-line. Maybe we'll see a full line of dedicated displays instead of one stripped down iMac panel.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. in Ottawa since 1897;
  • in Ottawa since 1897;

  • iPoodOverZune
    Nov 2, 04:35 PM
    I've never heard of this company -- are they reputable, does anyone know? I've heard all sorts of stories abut these types of things being spyware or some such, don't want to pollute my Mac with any of that garbage!

    They are one of the most reputable company in security area for business users. They typically don't sell (or don't intend to sell) to home users. Although if you are in a university and they offer sophos, you can get it for free.

    Seriously, I have never installed anything beside Sophos on my macs for the last 7 years. I really like its small footprint, very low memory usage (not like Norton hog), extremely fast loading at login, not at all intrusive while working. It does not even seem to be there. And this is coming from experience with windows with their ****** memory hog antivirus programs, even the free ones. I have made it a policy to install sophos on Windows machines. Such a relief from the stupidity of Nortons and zone alarms!!

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Victorian horror novel
  • Victorian horror novel

  • Jape
    Dec 4, 03:35 PM
    Hey guys I just called BLT and they said that they do not have an updated ETA on when they will be receiving a shipment. It almost makes me want to just go to the apple store and pick one up, it is just so hard to give up on 30% off... sigh.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Her Majesty Queen Victoria#39;s
  • Her Majesty Queen Victoria#39;s

  • DisMyMac
    Apr 23, 10:16 PM
    The basic fact is vector graphics aren't always appropriate. A lot of things really can only be done, or can be done much better, with pixels. For any image with a lot of detail, it's easier -- both for the artists making them, and for the computers rendering them -- to store an extremely high resolution bitmapped image, and then downscale it as necessary, than it is to make and render a vectorized version that is "truly" resolution independent.

    What about 3-D images? Is a cube-matrix better than vectors? Or a matrix of vectors????

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Journals July 13, 1897 1
  • Journals July 13, 1897 1

  • Old Muley
    Apr 21, 06:33 PM
    Could this become the fabled "headless iMac"?

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  • kev0476
    Aug 3, 11:04 PM
    they are just cycling through old rumors now... only difference, it is so close to wwdc.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Queen Anne Style Architecture
  • Queen Anne Style Architecture

  • LegendKillerUK
    Mar 27, 12:19 AM
    If true...sounds like iPhone 3GS and iPad 1 owners are going to be shown the door.

    Based on history the 3GS will still be in for updates along with the iPad. Performance on the other hand...

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Below, a photograph of Queen
  • Below, a photograph of Queen

  • matthewHUB
    Nov 26, 04:24 PM
    Too many buttons - if there were any more I'd think it was a Microsoft product. :D ;)

    lol my point exactly... and look at the status lights! What a joke. Was this mock-up meant to be a joke, or was it actually serious? Kind of lacking in the apple-ness department (OSX aside)

    Anyway... thank god at least for a new rumour. Was getting annoyed abotu having to read the 'thanksgiving sale confimed' BS.

    give me an ultraportable... interface is up to steve.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. The Victorian Era was so
  • The Victorian Era was so

  • Yvan256
    Jul 30, 09:33 AM
    Really, guys. How many times have we been through this?

    As many times as "Apple is switching to Intel", I'd guess.

    [...] Americans are used to getting free or cheap phones when they sign up for a carrier contract. [...] The way I understand it, the rest of the world pays full retail everytime they want a new phone. Is this right?

    It's true in Canada, too. I went with a 3-years contract with Bell Mobility and my phone (a LG something) was free.

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Victorian queen size bed set
  • Victorian queen size bed set

  • radesousa
    May 6, 01:15 AM
    Hell, Apple has so much cash they should buy AMD. :D

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. so that Victorian ladies
  • so that Victorian ladies

  • aswitcher
    Aug 7, 02:28 PM
    Hmm... Cinema displays also got a bump.

    20" ACD
    Brightness: 250 cd/m2 -> 300 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio: 400:1 -> 700:1

    23" ACD
    Brightness: 270 cd/m2 -> 400 cd/m2
    Contrast Ratio: 400:1 -> 700:1

    Oww.I saw the rpice drop but not the spec boost. I thought Apple was trying to clear older stock but now I think this is the new monitor and we caren't going to see one with an iSight built in. New iSight maybe...

    1897 Queen Anne Victorian. Queen Anne home offers two
  • Queen Anne home offers two

  • tyzilla
    Sep 16, 12:07 PM
    agreed, the keyboard would look FUGLY.

    couldn't have said it better myself. haha.

    Aug 4, 07:26 PM
    Shouldn't be much code - the Adobe apps are already cross platform so there shouldn't be many endian issues to sort out. It's just a matter of changing development environments to use XCode and re-testing.

    Not simple, but not something that should take almost 2 years either.

    How many times does it have to be repeated? Adobe came out immediately after the Intel transition was announced that they would have an Apple UB version released simultaneously with the release of CS3.

    They didn't want to slow development of CS3 for the Mac. CS2 was just released and a UB version would have taken significant effort for a very small market share. Since the only benefit would be to intel mac users which didn't even exist at the time.

    Soon, probably first quarter a UB version of CS3 will appear about the sametime that the mac intel user base reaches a relavent market size.

    The company that really deserves criticism is intuit. They recently released quicken 2007 and it was not UB. They were releasing a new product and they chose to ignore intel Mac users. Makes you wonder if they are going to stay in the mac market at all. Maybe in the future they will just recommend running parallel and windows, to use quicken on an intel mac.

    Apr 20, 03:33 AM
    this is not the iPhone 5, this is iPhone 4G.

    If they were going to call it the 4G, they'd have to include LTE capabilities, and all rumours so far suggest they won't.

    Small White Car
    May 4, 02:55 PM
    Wasn't there some talk about Lion having a recovery partition? I would wager, if it did, that is how you would reinstall it without burning a disc.

    Correct, but people are still reaonably concerned with total drive-failures where you have to pull the whole thing out.

    Not as often as you like. You buy one copy of Snow Leopard and it is good for one Mac. Family pack gets you 5.

    Nope, there's no restriction.

    Look, I'm not talking about what's allowed. I'm talking about what's possible. The post I'm replying to specifically said "abuse" in it. If we're talking about people breaking the rules, the question is: What's going to stop them?

    With Snow Leopard the answer is nothing, really.

    May 6, 02:28 PM
    Seriously it takes maybe a couple months to adjust to new systems of measure, it's really not that big of a deal and it certainly doesn't require any massive brain power to use metric vs. Imperial. The only preference I still have for imperial is food based. Can i have 500 grams of sliced ham? It just sounds wrong.

    Also they teach both systems in grade school etc at least when I was in school.

    Actually it is quite easy to order half a kilo of cheese, the question is if you wanted it grated, sliced or by the chunk, they've are pretty good at it.

    Aug 3, 12:20 AM
    You have said this before and it is TOTALLY WRONG if you are comparing the Merom to Yonah ( The first slide is directly from Intel's Spring Developer Conference. Consistent battery does not mean 2X.There is this field report on CNET. This is not info from a SLIDE. It is from a real world field test.

    Video: Long-lasting Intel Core 2 Duo notebooks (

    Over 5 hours of battery life with Merom vs. 3 hours with Yonah. 1.67 X or ALMOST Twice.

    To New York on Airplane from San Francisco, Yonah PC battery died over Illinois while same size Merom PC battery made it all the way to New York City with power to spare. So I am RIGHT NOT WRONG. You are uninformed. :eek:

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