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  • kfenerty
    Aug 21, 01:43 AM
    you might look knda retarded walking down the street with wirless headohnes people will think your nuts... and wouldnt the traditinal "iPod Headphones" fall out...:rolleyes:





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  • twoodcc
    Sep 6, 12:01 PM
    Remind me to never ask you for computer advice.

    The parents bought a top of the line g4 iMac back when superdrives were 2x.

    They still haven't used the superdrive to burn a dvd.

    fine by me.....do what you will. that's them, but what about their kids? or anyone else who ever uses it? what about backing up their data?*

    say what you will, but a dvd burner is always worth it





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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 19, 12:53 PM
    Editorials, they're like *******s. :D

    Many on the right and some on the left here have been all over him for dragging his feet. Murdoch's NY rag said Hillary was the only one who wanted to take military action and it took her 3 weeks to gather enough administration support. Then again, who the hell knows?

    There have been plenty of accusations of foot dragging directed at Obama from the right. But why on earth is it our job to go charging in there, eh?

    The French and British are eager to get involved. The Arab League supports the ceasefire. The Canadians have flown jets over. I say let them fight. The US is already deeply involved in the affair anyway - we provided a a critical vote for the NFZ, and we'll surely be providing a lot of intelligence and logistical support.

    The people who are criticizing Obama can come up with no good reasons why the US should get involved in military air patrols rather than the French (who are already in there now) and the British (who are surely going to be there shortly).





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  • MacinDoc
    Aug 26, 02:44 PM
    IDon't worry, the New Form-Factor Conroe Mini-Tower/Home-Theatre Mac� will be here soon. ;)
    Wow, Aiden, you sound pretty confident about that. Do you know something that the rest of us don't? (It would make sense, however, to have a mid-range single Conroe-based desktop.)





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  • QuarterSwede
    Apr 10, 04:52 PM
    Have to say, whenever these threads crop up, I'm alway left with the opinion that in the U.S., being able to depress a clutch and move a stick at the same time is seen as some kind of divine talent... :p :p :p
    That's because in the US most of us drive on two types of roads, crowded ones and dead straight ones. Automatics are superior on crowded ones and it doesn't matter on straight ones.





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  • rorschach
    Apr 2, 04:29 AM
    Thus far, stability-wise, it is not too bad for a beta. A lot of the UI rendering errors from beta 1 have been ironed out. My bet would be that this will be a $29 upgrade, as it doesn't add much but rather refines what 10.6 started.

    Don't get your hopes up for that $29 upgrade. Lion has many more "major" features than SL did.

    -Launchpad
    -Full Screen apps
    -Mission Control
    -Auto Save
    -Versions
    -Resume
    -AirDrop
    -Full Disk Encryption

    Plus there may be unannounced features that could be unveiled at WWDC or a media event before that. Stacks, Cover Flow, and Back To My Mac were announced well after Apple started seeding Leopard to devs.

    Snow Leopard's "What's New" pages talks about text selection in PDFs and ejecting disks. :rolleyes:

    I say it'll cost $99.





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  • JoEw
    Jun 22, 05:07 PM
    touch screen is usefull for mobile devices because you don't have any place to put a screen, mouse and keyboard. But desktops you have room for keyboard and mic so i don't see this happening in imacs.

    Steve said a D8, he believes that there will always be a place for desktops but a majority of our tasks will be done from tablets or mobile devices that are touch screen enabled.

    And there are just some things that require keyboard and mice! steve acknowledges that and so does the rest of the world.





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  • patseguin
    Jun 23, 09:07 AM
    Doesn't Snow Leopard already have multi touch capability built in?





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  • WeegieMac
    Apr 2, 02:39 AM
    As far as I know, Snow Leopard "fixed" what Leopard started. Mac OS X Lion is a completely new OS with new features, most of which are not present in Snow Leopard.

    See, I would have to disagree with that.

    All of the framework, the underlaying core system changes, were done in Leopard and then refined in Snow Leopard.

    All Lion is adding, from what I've seen, is interface changes and some new features that, lets be honest, not every user is going to bother with. Sure, Launchpad looks nice, even in it's frame rate lacking beta form, and Mission Control is a new take on Expose, but other than that it's iOS inspired UI changes, a new version of Safari, and some application interface changes (Mail & iCal come to mind).

    I don't think Lion will be a �29/$29 upgrade, but I think given that it'll launch on the Mac App Store, it will follow the example of iLife and Aperture and be cheaper to purchase online than it is off the shelf in a box.





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  • michaelcyee
    Mar 22, 11:03 PM
    Is there an app in which the face of the iPod touch/iPhone has a digital scroll wheel on the bottom half and a screen on the top half to simulate the iPod Classic interface? Maybe that would be enough to satiate the holders on to the classic?

    On the Cydia store there's a package called iClassic, costs $2. But it's the storage that the classic owners want, really.





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  • tomsk
    Jan 12, 12:57 AM
    Try this...

    Jobs described the Apple TV as his 'hobby' - Not a clever choice of words at the time the analysts thought...

    Now take the outgoing Mac Mini, repackage and upgrade, dice it up with the Airport Extreme (with built in bb modem this time - please), add a little Apple TV '2', leave on gas mark 7 for 2 hours...

    Total over the 'air' internal network with media storage and streaming capability and it's time to enter the full-on home multimedia market. Plus as a little bonus, movie and tv show rentals - watchable on your mac, itouch, iphone etc...

    Actually, what the hell... They make Back to my Mac actually work and let you watch them on the road too ;-)
    :p





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  • SciFrog
    Feb 17, 12:55 PM
    No remote login?





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  • doo-hik-ee
    Jan 13, 05:42 PM
    All this 'air' hype is ridiculous!

    MacBook Air!?!? What are you guys thinking?

    Crazy. :rolleyes:





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  • gugy
    Sep 1, 01:09 PM
    the imac now can do screen spaning up to a 23 inch monitor. it's only in the last revision.

    http://www.apple.com/imac/graphics.html

    check near bottom

    Very nice!





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  • caribou123
    Sep 22, 05:50 AM
    What was the checkout like? Did you have to go through their checkout? I'm always suspicious of those places, and am concerned that they're using unsecured special checkouts and/or are stealing identities. And I'm not usually a suspicious person.


    If you are in ebay and you click on the the paypal link to ebay on the ebay website there is no way that such a thing could happen.





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  • rezenclowd3
    Jan 6, 12:13 AM
    I also agree with the generally expensive cost of owning a used BMW.

    I searched long and hard for my E30, and with over $14k poured into it by the last 3 owners as of last year when the work was done, I picked it up at the right time. However mine was a special case due to the engine+tranny swap.

    I wouldn't trust an E36 (91-99) much under $10k. The e30 is cheap to maintain as well as easy to work on, but due to age, if completely stock, be prepared to start pouring money into it to make it a dd again.

    Audi, I wouldn't touch used, even though they are damn cool cars, same with Mercs.

    Much is luck finding a good DD BMW as well as proper knowledge and inspections.

    Good luck finding one that you are happy with. If you get a bad feeling, or feel that the seller is less than 110% honest, just run.

    On a side note, the previous owner of my E30 that I posted on page 1 just called and offered to buy it back, and offered to do a trade + cash for his much newer e9033i (if I understood him correctly). I need to take the e30 out AutoXing first to decide...still, will give him first dibs once I decide to depart with this classic car. I think I would have to get rid of it for an E30 M3 though ;-)





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  • Donnacha
    Nov 27, 04:14 PM
    I'd just like to agree with those who have pointed out that the main thing Apple's monitor division should be worrying about is price, not new sizes - the Apple logo can bear a certain price premium but not that much, especially as they don't yet include Apple-specific goodness such as integrated isight etc.

    In October, I considered a 23" ACD at �848 inc. VAT, delivery and 3yrs of Applecare cover.

    Instead, I phoned Dell and got the 24" 2407WP for �549.08 inc. VAT, delivery and 4yrs next business day swap-out cover. For the Apple, I would have had to pay a premium of 55% and got 1yr less cover.

    Now, as it happens, Dell were running a 25% off special on the 24% in October but these offers are in continual rotation; at the moment, if you ask, you can get:

    The 30" 3007WFP for just under a grand inclusive and 4yrs cover, compared to �1,618 for the 30" Apple and 3yrs cover (a premium of 62% and 1yr less cover)

    and

    The 20" 2007WFP for �316 inc. and 4yrs cover, compared to �598 for the 20" Apple with 3yrs cover (a premium of 89% and 1yr less cover).

    As for quality, I know monitors and the one I've got is top-notch - while it isn't Apple, the subtle styling is impressive and the stand's tilting and pivoting are the best I've ever seen. The consensus among reviewers seems to agree.

    I'm not posting this to annoy Apple fans, I'm a huge fan myself and, yes, I would have paid a premium for that cute little apple logo but, frankly, it wouldn't have been worth that extra 55% - at Apple prices, I might never have made the jump to 24" but I'm glad I did, I'm even thinking about getting a second one.

    With the move to Intel, Apple have done a great job of competing on PC pricing, why are they still in fantasyland when it comes to monitor pricing?





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  • Tomorrow
    Apr 20, 03:46 PM
    Were your other cars manual? The Camaro isn't helping your argument any more than the Lotus is helping mine.
    ;)

    What argument? My main point is that I hate driving, and a manual transmission doesn't help me enjoy it any more than an automatic.





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  • vincenz
    Apr 9, 11:34 PM
    I can't drive stick, but I really want to learn one day. They look like fun when not in traffic.





    QCassidy352
    Jan 10, 10:03 PM
    bah, way out of date comment, didn't realize how old this thread is. mod delete please. :o





    Tonsko
    Jan 7, 10:29 AM
    I'm hanging onto my MkIV (daily driver) for now - in the vain hope that it will eventually start to go up in value. What's your read on that? What makes me think that is that they will be a future classic, and that there were only 2000-odd brought into the UK in the first place. I could just be pissing in the wind, however. :D

    Having said that, the fuel cost is a sting. The g/f has also decided she wants to be driven to the church in it on our wedding day. Haha!





    NameUndecided
    Apr 3, 12:42 AM
    The reason Lion's only 3.7 GB right now is because it's an upgrade only. You can't install Lion on a clean partition right now, only upgrade from Snow Leopard.

    Apple likely did this to reduce download times.

    ??? My 25gb partition was clean and blank when I installed Lion DP 1 and I think that's the case for most others as well. I'm not sure where you heard that, if I'm understanding you correctly.





    Porchland
    Aug 16, 08:19 AM
    I thought Zune was not (http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=1961) going to support wireless music downloads? So many rumors.





    ffakr
    Nov 26, 09:29 PM
    Ah, I see... But then again, you have more config options if you talk to one of Apple's business consultants and you can configure an Xserve with no drives if you'd like. Not sure what else the prior cluster node configurations had though, I guess I was unaware of their existence -- never saw them on the site, but I didn't really look.

    I wasn't aware you could buy an XServe with no drives. It's odd for vendors to ship devices that can't be bench tested as is (unless Apple remote boots them on the line).
    One of my big complaints with the XServe is that you don't get empty drive sleds if you don't order Apple drives. Apple ships covers for the un-used drives and you don't get the drive sleds unless you buy an expensive module from Apple.
    Another complaint, Apple uses SMART but they don't support SMART on drives other than those that ship in XServes. The drives have to have Apple approved firmware. We bought 80GB modules and upgraded to nicer 300GB models (cheaper OEM even with a spare on the shelf compared to Apple's 250s) and the XServe won't read the SMART data from the drives.

    The whole point of the XServe Cluster Node was to leave the frills out, like the drive bays and drives, so that you can get the most bang for the lowest buck. If Apple does go back to a cluster node, they'd likely drop the dual PowerSupplies also since a cluster node can go off line without pulling down a cluster.
    A few bucks doesn't seem like much until you start pricing 40 or 100 or even 1000 compute nodes and then $300ish per machine becomes real money. I've got a group that has funds for a $300,000 cluster next year (and no money for additional IT ;-). Even if you dropped $250,000 on compute nodes and the rest on infrastructure you're looking at 50 nice compute nodes (at 5K apeace). Drop $300 per node and you've got another free $15,000. On a tight IT budget, that's a lot of money. Hell, my most metrics that's a lot of money.

    I'm actually not looking to buy an Apple server for the small project I mentioned earlier. I need something with guaranteed Debian Linux support (or SuSe at the very least). I do want to go Core2Duo or Core2Quatro since we have tight thermal requirements and price/performance is a huge issue.



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