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  • ender land
    Apr 24, 12:16 AM
    The problem with situations like this is that it's not the ones which go right (ie the victim gets saved by employees) which dictate the policy, it's the ones which go bad and end up in a lawsuit or something similarly bad for the company which do.


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  • kallisti
    Apr 9, 06:23 AM

    Old print I just rediscovered. Forgive the dust--it seems to have become a permanent part of the only print I have. Negatives lost in a prior move.

    Left half of the shot is from a kitchen window. The right half is the reflection on the fridge.


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  • Mystikal
    Mar 17, 11:29 AM
    Spectrum only got 12 units today, 6 16gb black wifi and 6 32gb black wifi - I got the 12th voucher - for a 16gb black wifi!

    Congrats! Did anyone else get lucky?


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  • elvineet
    May 3, 08:10 AM
    Anyone else notice that ('s front page is all about the white iPhone 4 even though it was updated with new iMacs? The new iMacs get a little tile on the bottom left.

    Pretty obvious who's the favorite ;)


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  • jasonxneo
    Apr 13, 07:36 PM
    It doesn't really matter at this point. Black or white, it's the iPhone. It'll still sell out.

    yah the white iPhone looks fresh as hell!


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  • rdowns
    Dec 29, 04:27 PM
    Yes, and even I think this is weird, on two levels. One is the "watching her eat". The other is paying for the privilege. These guys could hang out at a mall food court or a Super Wal-Mart with an onsite restaurant and get their jollies for free on pretty much any given day.

    Or just go to :D

    I wonder what website the people who are in go to to make fun of people?


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  • Ridley
    Apr 17, 08:42 PM
    According to CNET, the new Air will be released around June with a Sandy Bridge ULV Core i5 2537M chip 1.4 GHz that can turbo to 2.3 GHz.

    So for .17 GHz upgrade we are sacrificing around 30% graphic power?

    Are you talking about this article (;msg5118115) from back in February that has been discussed ad infinitum on here?

    Are you referring to a newer cnet story? Do you have a link? Thanks, I am personally holding off and really hoping its true... we'll see!

    Also clock rate is not the only factor for determining chip speed... in fact it is a very small factor. The new processor is not just .17 hz faster, its a whole new architecture. Its why the 2.0 Ghz i7 in the 2011 MBPs are faster than the a 3.2 Ghz Pentium 4 Prescott from 2004.


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  • DesmoPilot
    Apr 28, 07:03 PM
    Oh no the white one is barely thicker then the black one. First world problem if I've ever heard of one.


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  • Tysonfausett
    Nov 22, 07:48 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Iphone: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    How good is the flash player is it even worth it? I heard it doesn't covert a lot of flash websites.


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  • ryanmcd02
    Jan 25, 08:26 PM
    The aforementioned reasons of poor market and low expectations for the next quarter.

    But what this also indicates is that the wealth effects of the poor market now will especially hurt Apple this year since Apple makes relatively expensive or high-end products. More expensive goods are more elastic; Apple's products are more affected by decreases in (perceived) wealth than cheaper goods. The price tag on the iPhone becomes much more important.

    Hopefully people will see they are going to get a $600 check from the stimulus package and decide they can afford an iPhone after all.

    I second that now may be the time to buy aapl, if the market does not continue to slide.


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  • SiliconAddict
    Nov 3, 11:26 PM
    VMWare is going to smoke Parallels when it comes out. I can?t wait. I'm still a little bit miffed though that no one has gotten native partition support so we can use the same partition while virtualizing or dual booting.


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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 13, 12:45 PM
    Then it has no meaning.

    Honestly, that's a very stupid thing you said.

    Wait, for something to have meaning it must have emotions attached to it ? Whatever happened to cold objective debate ?

    Meaning is derived from the content, not from the emotions behind the statements. We're in a debate of facts, not in a subjective discussion. Emotionality has no place in the text.

    Or am I not understanding what you mean here ? My post was objective in that I was not refusing to view the evidence, I just found his evidence to be contradictory and self-refuting and thus not applicable. I stated it as such and further explained when told I was "refusing to see" something that just wasn't there to begin with.

    There was nothing to "cool down".

    He did provide citation for the same; the engadget article.
    But due to its inception being an Engadget based article, I wouldn't base any conclusions on that.

    But yes, he did cite the argument.

    His statement was not an argument. It was as a fact. And the Engadget article is not a citation to support the fact since it has been refuted by CNET, according to the very source AppleCorps used initially, TechCrunch.


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  • DMann
    Oct 1, 02:36 PM
    AT&T has hands down the worst service I have ever experienced.

    It is as though they were operating in an emerging mobile phone world sometime in the early 80's when phones were the size of a Sat phone or you carried it in its own portable case.

    In all the years I was with Verizon I had maybe 10 dropped calls.

    They should be ashamed of themselves. But really what do they care, they have the iphone exclusively for the time being.
    I must say this reflects poorly on Apple who picked these idiots in the first place.

    Honestly, on a day to day basis, I think about going back and just giving up, the service is just terrible and I live in NYC! Where there are towers everywhere, and I usually have 5 bars.

    Despicable profit seeking, customer service unfriendly whores is what they are!Blame Verizon then. Apple approached Verizon first, and Verizon was unwilling to allow Apple to have full control over the OS, the design of the iPhone

    itself, or to make concessions regarding profit sharing. CDMA would not have been an ideal choice for a global phone, in any event.


    I'm thinking of switching from Verizon to AT&T to get the iPhone. However, I'm hearing horror stories of up to 30% dropped calls in the NY area.

    For all iPhone/AT&T users in northern NJ and NYC area, can you verify that you experience around 30% of dropped calls?? is this true??

    I want the iPhone, but not if it comes with such bad service!!

    Thank you,

    olimits7Northern NJ: zero dropped calls, excellent coverage overall.


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  • nies
    Apr 27, 08:36 PM
    why would it be a mistake for us to vote you off?


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  • Alvi
    Apr 14, 07:43 AM
    Apple TV or iPod Nano


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  • tradewinds
    May 3, 08:09 AM
    I just ordered one... *happy* but why are the SSD-Drives not available at the moment? 4-6 weeks delivery... ;(


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  • yellow
    Dec 1, 02:57 PM
    I do, and so does anyone who has a classic environment of System 7 and earlier for classic compatibility reasons.

    Of course, and I meant that in the 'general sense'. I have long since abandoned the use of Classic on any of my OS X Macs or any of the Macs I support. AppleTalk is so deprecated that I can hardly believe that anyone will be able to use it much longer. In fact, I wouldn't be shocked if it was completely absent from 10.5.

    As for the AFP needing AppleTalk, I'm glad you linked the correction. As AppleTalk was an Apple prorietary networking protocol and more and more places were dropping support for AppleTalk routing between subnets/routers (it is PROHIBITIVELY expensive for routers that will pass AT traffic) AFP moved to AFPoverTCP.

    I do, and so does anyone who has a classic environment of System 7 and earlier for classic compatibility reasons.

    Which makes it even MORE odd that it's enabled by default in MacTels, which don't run Classic. :confused:


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  • Hutch98R1
    Jan 30, 07:29 PM
    Thread hijack over -- AAPL stock is down just to create an opportunity for common folk to buy it.

    I bought recently at 140. Even though the stock has dropped even further, I'm not worried!
    I just wish the stock would split, so I could buy a lot more shares.

    It will rise again!

    On a side note, I was about to short Apple and Google a few months ago... should have listened to myself.


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  • e2ka
    Jul 24, 04:00 PM
    I like my Logitech G5, which ships with two battery packs and a USB recharger, so that I am never stuck with a wireless mouse without batteries. Wish the new Mighty Mouse would do this, it would have the added benefit that it uses Bluetooth and not RF so I could lose the dongle.

    I suppose I could use a standard AA battery recharger. I haven't seen one in use since about 10 years ago and they never used to be very good...

    The other thing is that the Logitech mouse is a laser mouse, which is the only thing that works on my glossy white desk surface. I like the mighty mouse look and design but it won't work on my desk. (No I don't want a mousepad)

    Rodimus Prime
    Mar 29, 08:22 PM
    1. Professional conferences cost that much.
    2. Apple sends 1000 of their engineers that you can talk with. Who is Google sending? How accessible are they?
    3. WWDC is more days.

    Number 2 above is one of the reasons that it would be difficult to move to a larger venue. It might accommodate more people, but the real value is getting to talk with Apple engineers and ask questions. If they made the venue larger, your chances of getting to talk with them becomes slim. It's a tough problem to solve.

    It is Apple. Number 2 is not the reason. Chances are moving it to another venue would cost more money which means less profit.
    Google is more than likely just trying to cover cost. Apple is going to try to make a profit.

    Aug 15, 09:30 PM
    I don't mind the "bubbles" in concept. What I think is hideous is the ovalness of them and the coloring. I'd prefer something lighter and beveled.

    A lot of this comes down to personal preference. Personally, I think OS X's UIs have gotten better with each iteration. Imo, this new bubble ui is better than brushed metal, which was better than candy. Personally, I like UI elements that are shaded to look 3D (which these are not) so that they look like actual objects you are manipulating, what makes you prefer bevels to ovals? (not that there's anything wrong with that ;) )

    Sep 17, 10:54 AM

    best album ever.

    Oct 24, 09:50 PM
    My Christmas wish list probably won't be for Christmas or not this yr, But I basically will be buying it for myself after I save up for one
    Macbook pro 17" i7

    Oct 24, 09:27 AM
    Apparently the 160GB HDD's performance is on par with the 100GB 7200RPM and a tad faster than the 120GB??
    says who? link?