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Saturday, May 21, 2011

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  • 7on
    Sep 7, 08:26 AM
    I checked around at comp usa, best buy and even the apple store to see if the mini's they had in stock would be reduced in price because of the new ones that came out.

    Best buy and Comp USA had no clue that new models were released and would not budge in price. I dont know what the apple store policy is.

    Shouldnt comp usa and best buy reduce the price of the core solo minis they have left?

    you can get them refurbed off the Apple site for less. 479 USD for the old lowend, 649 USD for the old high end.





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  • stcanard
    Nov 28, 04:53 PM
    Word? Word's being replaced more and more by e-mail. I used to type my notes in GMail and sometimes I write essays in GMail

    You might, but most businesses don't. Look at how many job applications require resumes in MS Word format. Its not the simple letters and essays that are the issue (especially with OOo being so good on import/export) but the complicated documents that come out of managers and product managers. With a resume I ceratainly don't want to risk that their version of word isn't quite compatible with my OOo export, but that's why I send it in PDF since I don't even trust Word.





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  • GeekOFComedy
    Nov 24, 09:54 AM
    http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41C0o2GAJGL._SS500_.jpg

    Props if anyone knows who used that bag.





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  • mrfoof82
    Apr 19, 11:00 AM
    Octo-core please + 16GB ram for �999 : ) *joke*... or is it?

    We won't see octo-core until Ivy Bridge. IIRC, for desktop processors, Ivy Bridge will be the first CPU where quad-cores are the bottom rung. And the iMac has been using desktop CPUs for a while (though still SO-DIMMs and mobile GPUs).

    That's what I'm waiting for. Not so much the hyperthreaded octo-cores, but for SSD$/GB to continue their downward trend. 27", 8-core, top-tier GPU, 16GB of memory to start, with the 512GB SSD / largest 3.5" HDD they offer. Then hooking up my 27" LED Cinema Display to that for 5120x1440 goodness.





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  • JRM PowerPod
    Aug 7, 04:43 AM
    You have a point, but it's already 7:40 pm on Monday here so your work day would already be done. Plus I'm in Australia so how much can I really complain?

    On a side note:
    Maybe some Aussies can help me understand the price difference of computers here. Back home I bought the 17" MacBook Pro for something like $3,300 AUD and I come over here and it's in the $4,500 AUD range. I did get the student discount back home, but that's a huge margin.

    Tell me about it, the 15" 2.16Ghz is $3518 edu, its not as bad as it use to be





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  • Small White Car
    Apr 12, 09:40 PM
    Ground up rewrite = a whole load of bugs.

    It'll be interesting to see how many shops use this for production work when it's finally released.

    I bet this'll be like when they changed iMovie...it won't over-write the old version and you can keep both Final Cuts on a single machine.

    At least, I sure hope so. I mean, they have to do it that way, right?


    Based on the name, this is obviously going to require heavy support from Quicktime X, which is not getting an update until Lion. Don't expect this before June.

    Yeah, I will not be shocked if this ends up being a Lion-only application. They couldn't be that strict with many apps, but FCP is one that they could be with.





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  • prodigee
    Feb 27, 10:00 PM
    lol, I just realized how stupid my previous comment sounded :o

    Haha its all good. We all say silly things sometimes. ;)





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  • Evangelion
    Jul 14, 12:22 PM
    From what I recall, Philips began working on the compact disk project and Sony later on joined them in that venture.

    It was originally made by Philips, but the CD we know today is a Philips/Sony Co-Op.

    And, regarding the BetaMax... It was actually quite succesfull. Yes, it failed in consumer-space, but it's still being used in television-productions.

    Just keep in mind Sony's hit/miss ratio for standardization.;)

    Is it REALLY that bad? BetaMax wasn 't really a failure, since it's widely used even today. It's just not used by consumers. Sony was very important in creating the CD. They do have to misses that can't be denied: Memory Stick and MiniDisk.

    Other companies might have less misses in these things, but we must acknowledge that none of them has been as active in coming up with alternatives. I haven't really seen Matsushita (for example) try to come up with new stuff. Sony has tried to come up with new stuff. Some of the succeeded, some of them failed.





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  • X2468
    Mar 22, 09:53 AM
    I think that there's a good possibility that apps are not evaluated fairly.





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  • xi mezmerize ix
    Feb 19, 06:56 PM
    What is the cord that is going into your chemistry book? I've heard of E-Books, but I didn't know they needed power cords... ;)

    Haha it is actually going back around my desk but it does look like it is going into my book.





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  • islanders
    Dec 29, 08:35 AM
    It might also have the capacity to use a TV as a monitor through wireless airport. If there is a video processor, word processing text will also be crisp and clean. I could get a mac mini and iTV and use my new 42�� plasma as the monitor. :p





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  • briantology
    Oct 23, 01:26 PM
    When does anyone think Apple will throw in the rumored Flash mem?





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  • syklee26
    Sep 6, 04:55 PM
    Originally Posted by mdntcallr
    cmon apple. get a clue.

    these little mini's are nice but not great. there is a real void in your product lineup.

    we need something with like a intel conroe chip, larger case, the ability to put in a better graphics card, and the basics like more ram, bigger hard drive and stuff.

    give us a bigger mid sized tower type computer.

    we all don't want to buy something with a screen. nor do we want some tiny puny non-upgradeable thing like the mac mini.

    give us better options.

    ironically, this is why Apple stock does not plummet like other computer vendors. giving buyers few options to upgrade forces people to keep upgrading the system. you know that Apple Mac users upgrade their computer more often than PC users.

    more upgrade of Mac = more Mac sales. good for Apple.





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  • 0815
    May 2, 05:01 PM
    Great, but why use "Click and hold" when you can right click? Why implement the limitations of a small touch screen into a full computer that has the ability to do more? I hate things that require a delay. Click and hold sucks.

    They are going to re-introduce the one button mouse :eek:





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  • yg17
    Mar 22, 11:43 AM
    I love how "gays" freak out when non-homosexual people do something. But yet when "gays" want to do something extreme it's because we don't accept them, so when they get in trouble it's a huge ordeal.

    To me this is like the people that don't support war. If a veteran was killed in action and a funeral is happening they can picket the funeral all day long (talk about bull ****!) But yet if we don't let them picket they freak out scream free rights free rights. Well guess what those veterans (me included since I serve) gave them that freedom to stand there in picket.

    Gays are the same way. I have no issue with gays, I don't agree with it but if your gay, be gay. Just don't expect the world to conform to your way of life, especially a country (United States) founded on Christianity. If anything go to a foreign country and complain then see how bad it really is to come out, unless it's Amsterdam, Iraq or Afghan they'll love your butt over there.

    The US was not founded on Christianity, and some 2,000 book written by man about an invisible man in the sky should not be basis for law.





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  • fatandconfused
    Apr 19, 03:19 PM
    Which is about a month away. I wonder how many buyers on the fence for this refresh will have the patience to wait even longer for the promotion.

    Oh, and that's right, Lion should also be out in about 1-2 months after that as well. ;)

    And then it'll be ivy bridge and then they'll release a 30" version and the wait goes on...i'm getting a 27" refurb july 2010 model once the new ones come out, hopefully for a further discounted price. It'll do the trick for me.





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  • twoodcc
    Mar 22, 10:15 PM
    Congrats to designed for reaching 1 million.

    yes, congrats to designed for 1 million points!

    and congrats to you, whiterabbit for 11 million points!

    but why is it not showing you hit 11 million points for the team?


    I'm assuming that frame times refer to the steps FahCore reports? If that's the case, they seem to be around the 33 minute mark to do the 1% of the bigadv-package.

    yes, each frame is 1% of a WU. 33:00 is pretty good. keep it up!





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  • Dmac77
    Apr 11, 04:32 PM
    What if it's not actually an automatic?

    Seriously though, I do wonder if people take little things like this (being able to drive a stickshift) and pump up the importance of it, just to get some extremely minor satisfaction out of being "better" than other people.

    Also, google "money shift" for the downside of having "full control."

    I don't think people are pumping it up at all. I personally think that people who can't drive a standard transmission, are just lazy (and that goes for my mother, and her habit of doing her makeup while driving). People only get autos, because they don't want to have to "inconvenience" themselves with pushing down on the clutch and throwing the car into the next gear; because doing so requires them to stop shoving food down their face, or to get of the damn phone. I also hate to hear people moan about how inconvenient a standard transmission is during stop and go traffic; I mean it's not that bad, and I recently took my standard transmission accord to chicago and drove in stop and go traffic for over two hours, and it was not as annoying as some would make it out to be. People are just too willing to sacrifice the fun of driving for convenience.

    -Don





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  • MattZani
    Feb 8, 04:29 PM
    Not much but I love her :D First Car

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    Detlev
    Jul 18, 06:15 AM
    This does play into the news published about the industry allowing people to burn movies to DVDs but can someone do the math? What would the file size be for 2 hour movie at present? What about if it were compressed into a zip or tz file? What would it be if the quality were improved? How long would it take to download these files with dialup, on dsl, on cable. I would think that most people would not be downloading using their offices T1 connection ;)

    How long would you wait or tie up your computer's internet connection to download an old movie from Disney?

    Here is another issue to think about. With large files being downloaded to your HD and then errasing them you will have to defragment your HD quite often or you will suffer. Is there rumor of improved Disk Utility or other method of handling this?





    jgould
    Feb 22, 07:43 PM
    MonoPrice.com> CABLES > Video Cables - DisplayPort > Mini DisplayPort to DVI Cables (http://www.monoprice.com/products/subdepartment.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10246&cs_id=1024604)

    Why is it that searching on line for this never crossed my mind. (Of course, I've only had the MacBook for 2 days, so maybe I haven't gotten that far yet)

    Thank you.





    Stridder44
    Sep 6, 07:05 PM
    A Netflix subscription and a spindle of DVD-R discs is cheaper then one new movie from Apple.

    Sorry, not interested.


    HA I like your style. Think I'll adopt it too.

    Honestly though, am I the only one who thinks they should change/add/replace iTunes and just keep it for music, and make a separate app for videos & films (or something)? The "iTunes Movie Store"? That sounds like the "Home Depot Car Dealership & Laser Tag Center". I understand Apples' all about simplicity, but buying movies from the music store to play in iTunes...then again it does make it simpler for the iPod...meh. I just think some form of change should be made here.





    apb3
    Aug 18, 01:08 AM
    Especially since they have ads on their music stations now. Sirius had 600,00 subscribers before Stern and now has over 4 million. Sirius WILL surpass XM sometime in the next year. The reasons are simple:

    1. Howard Stern
    2. Exclusive NFL, NBA, NHL (all now) and Nascar (as of 2007) programming.
    3. Commercial-free music stations


    XM has ads on the MUSIC stations?? ugh. Do you have both XM and Sirius or did you see that somewhere? I'd like to read that press release to see what they have to say and how they spin it. "We're not terrestrial radio, we're better. Oh wait, we are pretty much the same now... buy Crest! Sirius who?"

    I understand the commercials/ads on talk-type radio on Sirius - and XM too I assume - especially the live ones as it takes time to change guests, pee, put the seat back down, set up segments, etc... and even recorded ones need separators/change of pace markers or whatever of sorts. If it brings in more revenue so my subscription is a bit lower, OK, I can deal. But not on the music channels. I can tell you, being able to hear and have personalities use the F-word and talk about pooh graphically (while sometimes funny) was not the main reason for my decison to go from terrestrial radio to Sirius (before Stern even made the leap). One of the big motivations was not having to sit through those lame local commercials touting some local PC repair man or dental office (sorry if that's you...) or the stations next "big" promotion just to hear a few songs I may or may not like. I want Punk or rap or old standards or comedy or Korean or way-out-there commentary? I tune to that specific station and know I will hear what I am in the mood for without idiotic offers for 0% financing until 2008 for those who qualify - I have the yellow pages and google, thanks.





    dscuber9000
    Apr 3, 12:54 PM
    I saw the ad yesterday on TV and I really liked it. It didn't show a bunch of apps I'll never use, it kind of drove home the point that the future of computing will be something like this.



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