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  • PowerGamerX
    Oct 12, 04:49 PM
    Curious to know what is your idea of an extra-ordinary Mac Setup?

    He still has to buy and stuff Steve Job's head so he can put it over his fire place.

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  • Xibalba
    Mar 14, 05:31 PM
    I'm still very happy with my late 2008 MacBook but I am very ready for the next iMac revision...

    And of course my iPads on order...

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  • gnasher729
    Nov 7, 10:49 AM
    The MacBook doesn't need a Core 2 Duo processor. Apple needs to leave a gap between the MacBook and the MacBook Pro.

    That is marketing for losers.

    If there is a gap, and Apple doesn't fill it, someone else will. An artificial gap like this one, when Intel's price for Yonah and Merom at same clock speed is identical, just annoys people. At the moment this is still acceptable; Merom production is not a full capacity yet, and you can't expect Apple to update all products simultaneously, but in two months time MacBook sales would just disappear.

    Smaller screen, smaller harddisk, integrated graphics, these are all things that people can accept because they save money. Using CoreDuo doesn't save Apple any money; that kind of gap would be just taking your customers for idiots. And I could not possibly imagine that kind of thinking from Apple at all.

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  • NT1440
    Mar 29, 02:38 PM
    So by that logic. You agree with the enforcement of a No Fly zone in Libya.

    The "No Fly Zone" consists of far more than we are being told. Air strikes are being taken against Gaddafi's forces and arms (tanks being blown up).

    From what I can tell, the world has entered a new phase of warfare. We choose who we want to win in a civil war (reasoning never shared with the public) or conflict of some type, then we use airpower to literally clear the way for that side to march on to power. This way we aren't in "traditional" warfare with troops on the group, but we sure as hell are doing more than just making sure Gaddafi's planes aren't in the air.

    This is detached warfare, and I expect it to become the new paradigm. It's just abstract enough that the public won't view it as war costing us soldier's lives, regardless of whether military strikes are actually occurring. This will allow for the USA and/or the likeminded to continue its neverending military intervention around the globe while keeping the public detached enough to go with it, after all, "our troops will not be in harms way".

    The next logical step I see in this is the replacement of our pilots with Avenger/Raptor Drones (next-gen version of the finished Predator program). Further abstraction, further detachment from the reality of warfare, this allows for governments to wage war while the public continues being disinterested as always. If "we" aren't getting hurt (aka soldiers dying) then the public rarely cares about what happens to "them" (whatever people we are attacking in a given conflict). Note how the casualties in world affairs are portrayed in American news, there could be 100 deaths as a result of a bombing somewhere, but the first thing to be reported is how many American casualties there were. Same goes for death toll reports in our ongoing wars.

    This separation of the public's attention to the actual going ons in relation to warfare is truly scary stuff. We see only what we are allowed to see (war-related) from the mainstream media (see: John Pilger on imbedded journalism). We need future leaders to recognize these trends and stand against them before just accepting this stuff as part of the political machinery.

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  • mrpither
    May 5, 12:06 AM
    Plus... you can backup your iPhone when you plug it in.
    iCloud (actual name tbd) will take care of that all silently and automatically. I mean automagically!

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  • AppleScruff1
    May 5, 01:55 AM
    I'm waiting for the iPad with 4D.

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  • applefan289
    Mar 28, 11:51 AM
    Man, Apple keeps getting lower and lower. First Walmart, now this?

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  • mr.steevo
    Mar 12, 09:44 AM
    ...they had to bring the store down worldwide?
    Sometimes I wonder what Apple hires those smart people for, if it's just the morons running their daily business.


    The store has been up all morning in my country.


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  • liketom
    Sep 13, 01:37 AM
    i'm very happy with the new lineup

    i went for the silver 4gb mini and pre-ordered a shuffle :D

    these nano's are gonna sell like hotcakes:cool:

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  • sanseven
    Mar 23, 01:31 AM
    Good to know some Apple execs have a sense of humor. Nice story. too funny:cool:

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  • e-coli
    Aug 8, 08:30 PM
    The one thing to remember is that this is a Developer's Conference so there is not going to be a lot of pizazz with flashy announcements. There was not a whole lot of new mind-blowing things announced so he could have been a little bit bored with it.

    Bored with such trivial things as THE OPERATING SYSTEM that runs his entire corporation! I highly doubt that's the case.

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  • Sydde
    Mar 12, 08:53 PM
    So, in this situation, would the Military Complex be called an entitlement program, as much of it exists solely to keep people from starving or going homeless? Because that's what it sounds like to me when you talk about it like this.

    Yeah, I would say it is a huge entitlement program, but its impact crosses socio-economic lines. Wealthy people are subsidized by Pentagon profligacy just as much as the lower classes. Bear in mind, also, that service represents a route out of poverty for some people. But, really, with a wide-angle lens, many government programs affect more than just their central focus. Education, for example.

    My personal opinion is that our socio-economic system is already so horribly feudal, broken and unstable that any reasonable, measured action we take to fix it amounts to duct tape on the reactor core.

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  • darwen
    Nov 7, 12:19 PM
    I dont want new MacBooks! :mad:

    I already have my MacBook so that may be influencing me but there is my gripe. There is finally a separation between the MacBook and the MacBook Pro. There is an obvious reason for why the MacBook Pro costs more. Bringing them both to the same level creates the same problem Apple used to have... many (including myself) can easily justify getting MacBook instead of the MacBook Pro because the MacBook does everything you need the Pro version to do.

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  • Peace
    Nov 3, 12:11 AM
    I just installed ClickToFlash ( on all my Macs and my browsing experience has dramatically increased 1000% for the better. No more intrusive pop-up ads, distracting animations, and more importantly, long-loading, resource-intensive, useless, gimmicky intros and gadgets... unless I specifically ask for it.

    That is a testament to exactly what's wrong with the internet.
    Having to have an app to do that.

    Shouldn't be there in the first place.

    And Adobe perpetuates it.

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  • darrens
    Jul 24, 01:06 AM
    I'm not sure about novels but I would love to be able to read articles from Time, Wired, New Yorker et cetera on my iPod. In the past I've copied them from the web and transferred them into a 'note' file for viewing on my iPod. However I'd love to be able to download them from iTunes like a podcast. 99 cents wouldn't be un-reasonable if it's a well written article and it's advertisement free.

    I think this would be great - I already read news articles on my 3G phone, and the iPod screen is bigger than that. Novels? No thanks.

    Syncing today's news to my iPod in the morning to read on the way to work sounds great. No need for pesky slow download from a 3G network, or fiddly applescripts to download a website to notes on the iPod (sure someone would suggest it - sounds pretty awful to me!).

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  • babyj
    Oct 15, 10:45 PM
    I can't see wireless file sharing ever taking off, not person to person at least. It would be good for syncing with iTunes and good for headphones.

    I can also see public download points working; go to a concert and they give you a free download, walk past an advertisement and it sends you the music from the tv ad for example.

    Still not convinced the 'true' video iPod is on the cards, especially as he says music will be the centre point of the iPod for a while to come. Maybe when they can get decent battery life, maybe when they can make it as thin and attractive as the 5G iPod. Not sure I'd want one though, the current form factor of the iPod is perfect for me - even for watching video.

    I can just imagine Bill Gates getting pissed over that interview, asking his pr advisers "why can't I ever be that cool?". Sorry Bill, it ain't never gonna happen.

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  • mscriv
    Apr 11, 04:04 PM
    I am not skeptical, that implies doubt. Road apples have a distinct smell, my lack of belief is the opposite of a shortcoming. My "cynicism" is based on observation and experience. I know what to expect from most religious people, as far as the context of their theology pertains to me or my interactions with them. These are not personal issues that require any kind of therapy.

    This is why we have a problem. Both of us think the other's view is faulty. The unbeliever, however, would be ok with leaving the believer alone, except, in too many cases, the believer feels a need (or is directed by doctrine) to change the unbeliever's mind.

    I hear where you are coming from, but let me clarify one thing, at least for me personally. I don't think your lack of belief is a "shortcoming" or that you require therapy. My couch comment was an attempt at humor (hence the wink).

    As I said above, free will is a foundational truth that can't be overlooked. God has given you the ability to reject him and you are simply exercising that choice, it's not a flaw in your character. Thus, I feel no burden to "save" you as I don't have the power to do so and ultimately it's not my choice anyway. I'm called to live my life in accordance with my relationship with God, to give an answer for my faith, and to serve others. I don't have the power to change you, nor do I want that responsibility.

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  • Hls811
    Jan 11, 04:06 PM
    Wireless "Over the Air" application installations (similiar to the BB).

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  • IJ Reilly
    Aug 29, 11:26 AM
    I think the prices of Windows and OSX are quite the same. You can buy a new version of OSX more frequently for a lower price per each version, or buy a new version of Windows once and pay more for it but receive free updates/service packs for years. The yearly costs are quite the same.

    Service packs aren't really upgrades, they are mainly bug fixes, security updates and minor feature amendments -- and even they come only infrequently (two service packs for XP in five years). Apple provides the same thing for free, and more regularly. Each of the decimal upgrades to OSX have been far more significant than either of the XP service packs.

    I don't understand why anyone would want to turn Microsoft's plodding into a virtue. It's as though giving your customers less value for more money is a good thing.

    Jul 24, 08:52 AM
    If apple does this right, it would be awesome. A screen similar to the sony ereader for reading and widescreen for movies.

    Mar 7, 03:19 PM
    Love the colors, how they are restricted to bands in the image. Love the different patterns present in each of the bands.

    This caught my fancy today for some reason. No clear subject, just lines going in many chaotic directions. Got me thinking about fractals of all things.

    May 4, 10:40 PM
    And it will be called:

    iPad 3D.

    You heard it here first folks.

    Actually we heard it 2 posts above yours

    Sep 12, 01:56 PM
    Is there a keyboard shortcut to go to the search part of iTunes? I have to click it with my mouse, and I try to minimize mouse usage... if I could find a key combo for it, that'd be great...


    Designer Dale
    Mar 4, 04:34 PM
    //edit// re: That Cool Surfing Shot (srf4real)
    what lens are you using for these? pretty damn sharp and I assume your a fair distance from the shore!

    Here is the EXIF data from the photo.

    EXIF Summary: 1/3000s f/4.0 ISO160 200mm (35mm eq:401mm)

    Camera-Specific Properties:

    Equipment Make: OLYMPUS IMAGING CORP.
    Camera Model: E-5

    Edit: They make some nice lenses for that camera. Nice to see something that didn't turn out to be Nikon of Canon.


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