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  • Slix
    Apr 19, 03:37 PM
    I wish Expos� would have been in iOS 4. I really don't like the current multitasking option.

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  • Sydde
    Apr 12, 12:59 PM
    racism is more or less tolerated against a majority (at least in the USA).

    You mean Mestizos?

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  • Ish
    Mar 4, 07:29 AM

    There's a lot more going on here than I thought at first glance. There's not only the contrast between the bright flowers and the dark background, which is what I noticed first, but there's also the contrast between the front and the back of the flowers and thirdly red and green are on opposite sides of the colour wheel. Well done JD!

    I went out to make use of the first bit of sunshine I've seen for ages:

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  • WigWag Workshop
    Mar 13, 04:28 PM
    No issue with my VZ iPhone

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  • Prom1
    Apr 10, 10:11 AM
    yeah I can see his point.
    However there will be efforts to make it like a pc through accessorizing the device

    not really.

    It is a PC � just the interface is changed.
    RIM with QNX and their tablet "COULD" have the ability to distribute computing across them all over a wlan connection.
    Apple could evolve the iPad to a central control for house appliances remotely and also become ubiquitous to anywhere we use paper! I'm hoping universities along with iTunes U consider this immensely - but with XServe gone on the back end with OS X Lion possibly also being dumbed down this may never happen. Tuition fees could drop considerably while students enjoy the work load � annotating the work, submitting documents in PDF digitally signed and on record via a local or wireless sync to an FTP site (GoodReader).

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  • bigcat318
    May 27, 02:41 PM
    I wouldn't be surprised if they weren't giving out keys anymore, since the beta doesn't last too much longer. An update said they planned to take it down for a few weeks, then bring it back for a few weeks prior to release. There aren't too many weeks left.

    Did anyone get keys from Best Buy? I thought it was just Gamestop. I went to the store and it was printed on my receipt.

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Jun 14, 11:43 PM
    Does anyone know if MLB games are included in the ESPN deal?
    They do mention MLB games with this, but how many is unclear as of right now. I would assume, if it is something that you can watch right now on ( then it will be available on this service. They have been a little light on the details so far, so who knows really. But yes, MLB is listed so it will be there in SOME form.

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  • fishmoose
    Oct 6, 10:35 AM
    Yes, but your point was that Apple will fail like other manufactures if they introduce different form factors. That isn't the case with the iPod selection.

    Your point doesn't really hold much ground.

    I think it does, all other manufactures are spitting out models every month and Apple has two models that they sell every year and they sell more then these other manufactures. Why change that? Can Apple succeeded at selling more models when nobody else can?

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  • SteveRichardson
    Aug 14, 12:37 PM
    oh GOD, 20?!

    please make it stop...

    Meh, it was effective enough to get in the LA Times...

    ...the only reason why I didn't like the campaign at first was because I thought it was dull and everyone would pass it by as if it were just another commercial. But according to this article, it sounds like it has generated some definite interest...which, imo, is a good thing.

    effective does not mean good. ever heard of negative attention?

    those ads suck...admit it. they are AWFUL.

    (bring back the feiss)

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  • powerofmac
    Aug 19, 10:16 AM
    I dont know what kind of CRAZY KILLER friends you all have on facebook. I only have relatives and close friends I see and talk to on a normal occasion.
    and only share the info you want with the people you want.. its not that hard really.

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  • NoExpectations
    Apr 12, 08:03 PM
    On the first day of sales, I went to our local Mall. The Apple Store line was absurd,,,,100 yards. The AT&T line was about 50 people long. The Verizon store was literally empty. I don't trust surveys. The hard numbers will come out shortly.

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  • coder12
    Apr 19, 09:54 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Anything beats the embarrassment that Apple has in the current iOS.

    You've gotta get worse to get better ;) I really want iOS 5 to have this... especially on the iPad. But with mission control I wonder if this is really the direction things are going?

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  • mikelegacy
    Jan 4, 12:47 PM
    I picked it up. I let you know how it is. I've never bought TomTom or Navigon, because all I've ever had was Garmin devices, and it's AT LEAST $10 cheaper than any other GPS app with Canada maps as well as US. (I like to travel to canada on occasion). The constant updating for free is a major plus, that's the one thing i missed about my old non-smartphone VZ navigator.

    As far as the no onboard maps...that's a bit of a concern. Most of my driving is done within a 3G coverage area, but I've read that it has a way of keeping the maps downloaded even if you drop data coverage. Hopefully this is true.

    EDIT: here is the link for that article i read:

    I will cover Garmin's method of handling maps when a phone is out of data range in my review.
    At least it is hopeful then...

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  • mikechan1234
    Dec 4, 09:10 AM
    because you are not chinense :D

    Fail spelling

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  • AppleMc
    Mar 10, 10:03 PM
    What are the odds one of you Friscoans will post an update around 3:30-4:00ish and let me know what the line (or lack thereof) at Stonebriar is looking like?? Now I'm debating between Willow Bend and Stonebriar...

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  • mags631
    Jun 18, 04:53 PM
    That is hiding specs from people that would really like to know. That is the people who read the spec sheets and have good reason to do so. Little things add up be it the RAM in an iPhone/iPad, what the SD slot is capable of or any of a number of other devices that are poorly speced on the machine. Is it that difficult to just be honest with your users? Further where is the advantage of not coming clean?

    And you managed to spin something positive into a negative... bravo!

    By the way -- this wasn't too hidden. On page 28 of the user guide:
    Using SD Cards
    The SD card slot on the back of your Mac mini accepts most standard SD (Secure Digital), SDHC (SD High-Capacity), and SDXC (SD Extended Capacity) cards from digital cameras and other devices. You can also use MiniSD, MicroSD, and other smaller cards in a passive adapter. For more information about card sizes, speeds, and capacities, search for “SD” on the Apple Support website at

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  • sebastianlewis
    Jun 1, 01:38 AM
    I don't think the number of clicks is the best metric here. If there are hundreds of articles in a category, it takes a long time to skim through the list of them. If you can spend a few extra seconds narrowing down what you're looking for, it can be much faster to find something.

    Then that means merging articles wherever possible, and as I suggested before, using the subcategories as filters rather than points of separation. That way we can reduce article clutter while simultaneously avoiding arbitrary separation between different types of software simply because they don't fit the idea of being "Mac" like.

    OK, let's take this one small step at a time and see what we've come up with.

    Option 1
    Mac Hardware - I'm in favour of "Mac Hardware", not just "Hardware". No need to split iPhone/ iPod software apart.

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  • Liquorpuki
    May 4, 10:51 AM
    If you're going to present an argument, try not to reach to the bottom of the barrel and take it out of context.

    I wasn't presenting anything. I was addressing your argument as you presented it, which was vague and absolute. You argued war is responsible for all important innovation. It is really easy to pick apart a claim like that.

    And I don't know what world you live in, but most ppl I've ever met never thought they would get cancer. Or at least not until they are very old when many ppl get it anyway b4 they die. Certainly not young ppl and in a couple of years.

    Well, the stats are 30% of the world's population will get cancer this lifetime. Over 10% will die from it, making it responsible for more deaths than any war. So I thought it was funny you were arguing that war, because it causes death, will instill humans with a special urgency that will allow us to develop a cure for something that causes more death.

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  • MikeTheC
    Nov 12, 10:26 PM
    Do not take it wrong, the English was not correct, he wanted a translation, but he asked what did the woman say.

    Well, then, let me make you happy. You're going to be the last person of the day, so why not... :)

    With regards to aforementioned website containing a video clip of a Japanese woman demonstrating a stunningly simple technique wherein in three rapid moves she folds a t-shirt to a certain predefined size and shape;

    AND WHEREAS she gives a narration of the process in the Japanese language;

    AND WHEREAS MikeTheC is not literate in Japanese and therefore cannot make any direct use or sense of the spoken Japanese instructions;

    AND WHEREAS this thread, having nothing really to do with the ancient Japanese art of folding t-shirts, but yet heavily discussing Japanese commercials and Apple's renewed presence in them;

    I would humbly request that, should someone here have an over-abundance of time on their hands, time which is of such sufficient abundance that they cannot otherwise fill it, and is suitably and/or sufficiently bored, AND who happens to be fluent in Japanese, if it would please or in some small way entertain you, please enter by way of the standard electronic form, written in English, the substance of what the afore-referenced Japanese instructor said as she gave the afore-mentioned and afore-referenced instructions in Japanese.

    Thank you.

    Apr 12, 02:28 PM
    Office for Mac or Office for Windows? Easy decision.

    I haven't opened VMWare Fusion for months, since I installed Office for Mac.


    Sure, some of us will have specific needs that are only available on Windows. But for most of us, the last thing we need that requires Windows (that we haven't already moved over to a native OSX solution) is Office.

    Office for Mac and Office for Windows have been leap-frogging for some time, so you're going to have a slightly newer version depending on which platform you are on. Currently, the newer version is Mac. Next year I suppose it will be Windows.

    But in any case, it's certainly no longer true (though it once was) that Office for Mac is the ugly step-sister.

    I agree with this, and will add a bit more from my perspective. Office for Windows is still noticeably faster for very large calculations, and overall works a bit better. However, the gap isn't so great that I run Fusion anymore to use the Windows version. It's "good enough" now on the Mac and I couldn't be happier with Office 2011. I've been using 2011 since it came out and it's been rock solid. I frequently work with documents several hundred thousand rows long too.

    Michael CM1
    Jun 22, 12:28 AM
    Just thought I'd let you guys know I decided on an Xbox 360 Arcade. I really didn't want to drop $300 on the new system -- plus GameStop had none -- and this allowed me to not take as much of a risk moneywise. I'm already finding out how crazy low 256MB of memory is, so I'll probably end up getting an add-on HDD.

    The advice was all pretty good. I'm glad I wasn't the only person angry at Wii developers not named Nintendo for their lack of good titles. I'm starting gently on this thing with Halo 3 and the kiddie games that came with this package. Halo 3 so far is a little confusing because I have never used an Xbox controller and it's been years since I played a game like this. I also had to use my 32" TV instead of the older 57" TV because the 57" TV put a nice black spot in the middle of the screen.

    So far so good. It's just very confusing at times. I'm trying to figure out the cheapest way to start a Gold membership. There's something online that says a month of Gold for $1, but I don't want to have to auto-renew after that not knowing the price. I have seen a 12-month card at Amazon for $35. They need an idiot's guide to this, plus I wish I could plug up my existing HDDs!

    So thanks again for the advice. If anybody knows something REALLY fun to play that isn't too expensive, I'd love to know.

    Mar 25, 09:03 AM
    Kodak is becoming even more irrelevant...even so, IF Apple DID infringe upon their patents...they should have known better, pay up.

    Sep 20, 10:30 PM
    Originally posted by wilburpan

    Please reread my post above. According to the website, an iMac 800 MHz machine is comparable in performance to a 1.8Ghz P4 machine. And if you compare the cost of the iMac to a similarly equipped Dell 1.8Ghz P4 machine, the iMac is actually the cheaper of the two.

    This was a real eye opener for me.

    Fine, lets just assume that a 800mhz imac and a 1.8gigahertz dell are similar in performance, equiptment and cost... this thread is about speed. i realize the differences in the two chips, and i agree largely with apple that frequency isnt everything.. that aside, intel is still kicking motorola's ass (for the time being).

    the g4 cannot beat the p4 in performance, so you drag cost ratios in to muddy up the water.. why? the p4 beats the g4. if you want an imac fine, buy it. but dont confuse yourself by saying 'the g4 is just as fast as the p4...' because its not. :)

    we're all mac lovers here, and a lot of the pc equivalent software to iapps is total crap! ill agree with you there. you get a LOT of high quality software within the max os. (xp doesnt even include a dvd playing app does it?)

    the imac is pretty, its more pleasant to use, and it might bench equivalently.. but like i said, toe to toe... the p4 comes out swining at 2.8gigahertz, the g4 is having a hardtime beating that.

    Nov 7, 11:52 AM
    imagine being able to walk around a store and scan items with your iphone for the company's information about the product. That's the kind of stuff we're gonna see in the not-so-distant future imo.

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