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  • the vj
    Apr 12, 12:01 PM
    In Brazil any import has about 80% in taxes. That is the way to industrialize the country and make people and companies build the products "in house".

    Building the iPad there would be a very good move since for the huge population and cheap professional labor.

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  • iliketyla
    Mar 28, 08:40 PM
    I have almost been t-boned by a compact car running a red light so what is the difference? Bad drivers are bad drivers no matter what they are driving. I drive an SUV, however it is a Ford Escape so it weighs about the same as any ordinary mid-sized sedan. I just like sitting higher and having 4WD with some ground clearance because I live in snow country. The fuel economy is about the same as any AWD mid-sized sedan and little high MPG compact cars are worthless here in the Black Hills from about November to April. Let people drive what they want to drive and don't force them into what you think they should drive.

    Quite obviously you are not the target audience in your Ford Escape.

    The original conversation was in reference to someone who drove a V10 Excursion. A vehicle that weighs 8,000lbs.

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  • swingerofbirch
    Jul 22, 10:55 PM
    This is interesting. Quite a long way from the days of 32 MB Mp3 players.

    Apple with their success I am sure has long term visions for the iPod as a platform beyond music. In a way it's a new computer platform for them.

    They have already pushed iPods into education at the university level (I never got the utility in that), but with eBook functionality the plot thickens. Students could buy all their textbooks from iTunes. In fact, there already are specific iTunes stores for colleges (the one I am familiar with is Stanford). And of course, some iTunes albums already come with PDFs. This could herald true album art along with the entire booklet stored on the iPod.

    iPods are ubiquitous. But books are even more ubiquitous. But what could be even more ubiquitous than a book? An iPod that is both and iPod and a book!

    They were smart to give it such a generic name (iPod) with as broad of a platform as it is becoming.

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  • skunk
    Apr 7, 04:35 PM
    iStudentUK, I understand what you are saying and agree with some of it. People do tend to develop their own worldview and then pick and choose external sources (religion, social groups, philosophies, etc.) to support the view they have already decided upon.

    However, I can't agree that the Bible is "neutral" or relative in that it can correctly be interpreted in any way someone chooses. The Bible is clear in it's express purpose as God's revelation of himself to mankind. The Bible is judged and interpreted against itself using the literary and textual tools of interpretation that we have available to us.

    Like all communication it can only be correctly interpreted in light of the intended meaning of it's original author. This is where faith comes into the process. Followers of Christ hold to the belief that it is God's inspired and inerrant word. The living God is it's author and he inspired men to write within their own historical and literary context to specific audiences at a specific time. All of these contexts become clues that help guide us to His intended meaning.One of many gods staged a coup d'�tat in heaven, or so claimed the exiled priests who wanted to assert their authority over their congregations by differentiating themselves from the competition. The only difference between the Hebrews and the other nearby cultures is that their priests claimed that the chief god they all shared had demoted his team to messenger status. In so doing, of course, they also slighted every other religion.

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  • baleensavage
    Aug 29, 09:27 AM
    www.macmall.com for starters.

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  • RichardI
    Jul 7, 08:22 AM
    I couldn't care less about touchy feely or iOS or whatever. If they do this, it better not raise the base price of an iMac! Better yet, make it available as an extra charge option for those who want it.

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  • Master-D
    Mar 5, 03:42 AM
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  • Digital Skunk
    Apr 12, 07:10 AM
    Students pay either less (edu-discount-not just in the U.S.) for their Mac, buy a refurbished model or buy a used Mac from the previous owner. In the best case, this reduces the price of a previous generation Mac to one third or even to 25 percent of the original price.

    And who says, students are rich? You, or what!? *lol*

    No way, I never said student were rich. I was making the distinction between paying over $1000 for a Mac and not having the $350 needed for one of the suites. It really should be in their price considerations.

    Or . . . they can always run the same software on a PC. ;)

    i agree - as an independent myself I really have to justify outlays based on revenue potential. I no long can just write a purchase order and spend the corporate cash. OTOH, it has made me more aware of other tools beside the big guys that do what I need at a fraction of the cost.

    Right. When you eat off of your gear you're always going to find ways to not spend SO MUCH on said gear so you can put more food in your mouth. Which is why I really don't have an issue claiming student-ship if I am able to. I personally don't do it with certain software titles, but I will do it with Apple hardware and others. AVID Media Composer is $2500 regular price give or take a few $100s. The EDU version is $295 . . . . . okay I am going to hop on that EDU bandwagon right now.

    Just as the lenses you acquire in still/video photography will cost more than your body, software will be the major cost in building any rig.

    Neither have I, but if the require a cash outlay plus a monthly fee then it'll be a non-starter for many small businesses or freelancers. If they really want their business (and maybe convert some people who use pirated versions) they'd make it a flat fee, pay as you go deal; with maybe a cheaper rate if you buy x months at a time. That would let people jump in and out of the products as they need them, get support from Adobe, and help them decide if they want to buy or continue to rent the software.

    I wouldn't want to assume that Adobe is doing that way only because it sounds too nice. It'd be if you could just obtain the software via trial then rent the apps.

    Just as with Apple and Thunderbolt . . . Adobe has left me with a few major questions.

    OK, so we've established that you are a pirate, AND a hypocrite.

    I used to pirate then stopped. A responsible businessman should and in some cases has to when they use their software and hardware for legitimate purposes. It's a major tax write off at least.

    I was still in college when I was using CS1 and CS2. Either way, I eventually grew up and purchased the EDU version of the software with my own cash. And at that time by the way, hacked versions were far more unstable. You couldn't update them, you had to run patching scripts ever so often, plugins wouldn't work or would crash the system etc. It was just better to have the legit copy and keep it moving instead of spending time troubleshooting your scripts.

    I don't know how it is now, but I know that it was that way up until CS3 based on the students at my job that still pirated software.

    No, not 100%. You can't possibly know, unless you've surveyed every CSX pirate there ever was. Case in point. You have a full time job, and in this inflating economy, it's not enough to support your family. So, you try to do a little work on the side - just to help pay the bills. Does this person have $1200 to spend on the software? No way. Would he like to? Of course, but his family comes first.

    I am sure said person (who doesn't work in the design field) would want to take up design and production as a part-time/tennis shoe money job to support their family yet doesn't have the money to get CS so they just steal it??????? :confused:

    This person wouldn't want to get a part-time job that doesn't need him to steal? Or he/she could just claim he's/she's a student/educator and pay for the EDU version . . . at the VERY LEAST.

    No, again. not any goofball can learn Photoshop and Illustrator. You need to have a certain amount of talent in order to make sense of the tools your are working with. Also, each one can enhance the usability of the other over time with practice, and a lot of trial and error.

    Read the comment thoroughly. ANYONE can learn the apps, any goofball like you stated yourself in the bold. I didn't put any time restraint on this goofball. But I did mention that it take far more to be a good designer.

    So everyone who pirates qualifies for the EDU version? Is lying to get the EDU version better than pirating the full version?

    Yes it is IMHO. Far better than just taking it. At least you are paying something for someone's work. Using your student ID at the movies, camera shop for film and agitator, Apple store, etc is far better than just stealing from them out right.

    No hard feelings bro.

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  • mdriftmeyer
    Mar 28, 10:27 PM
    And yet, no new iPhone will be present ... I predict a lot of attending hearts will be broken!

    I doubt all those whining about $5 for Xcode 4 are attending the Developers Conference.

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  • ChrisA
    Apr 12, 03:30 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    it's about friggin time apple build a serious volume manufacturing plant in the US! end of story!

    OK they build it. Would YOU work there? I think after screwing the rear cover into my 100,000th iPhone I'd go nuts.

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  • Manic Mouse
    Sep 6, 08:14 AM
    May I be the first to say: Where's our desktop?

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  • mcrain
    Apr 26, 03:04 PM
    Why on earth does it make any sense to discuss the high likelihood of blacks (as opposed to whites) to get charged when we don't know the respective likelihood of committing the crime? As far as I can see, there is nothing that supports your theory about the statistics making things look worse than reality.

    Charging decisions are made by people, including police and prosecutors. A discussion about the likelihood of committing a crime is only about claims about racial differences. I'm not aware of any legitimate study that any race is more or less likely to commit crimes.

    Yes, I know that some places (e.g. Texas), black people are provided with retarded attourneys who show up intoxicated in court - if showing up at all. As a former public defender I will respond on behalf of all the court appointed attornies out there. Bite me. You have no clue what you are talking about. If I ever need a criminal defense attorney, my first call will be to the local public defender. If they have time, they are the best person to hire. If not, they know better than anyone who to hire and what to expect.

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  • jayhawk11
    Mar 25, 04:12 PM
    I'm just glad they are not trying to run this on the 3G. I can barely keep the phone running as it is. I wish they would come out with a throwback OS for the older phones. Something to stop the constant freezing.

    Just a few more months, then maybe an Iphone 5 takes away my pain. :D

    Ditto. My poor 3G is one step away from being an ipod only... I hate that Apple has essentially bricked that phone. Mine is in great shape, but barely works after the 4.0 update. Retro would be ideal.

    You guys do realize that your 3G is realistically 4 years old, right? It used the same processor, screen, graphics and RAM as the very first iPhone. They just added the 3G/aGPS chip to make it a 3G device. Four years is an eternity in cell phones.

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  • bedifferent
    May 5, 12:56 AM
    How is this system implemented? As our iPhones are online (unless manually disengaged) 24/7, Apple must be communicating with it to determine whether your iPhone needs an incremental update. As such, the user has to engage the update, correct? It is not automatic?

    As I quickly read the article my first (knee jerk) reaction was control and jailbroken iPhones being tracked and harder to use if Apple implements such a feature.

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  • AlmightyG5
    Aug 24, 01:22 PM
    My 12" PB falls withing the 3K range (3K514) and wont validate.

    The whole number is 3K5148QGR....

    I wonder if the 8 makes a difference?

    Wheres the link to see if I'm affected. The Apple link doesnt work. AAARGGH!

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  • Chrispy
    Sep 12, 02:17 PM
    So... damn... tempting

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  • MattyP
    Aug 2, 05:41 PM
    I think the question of fault is moot, if there is a security problem it needs to be fixed, and if it is a simple fix, that happens before any real life security problems occur, then all the better! What I wonder is are macbooks the only macs with the issue, or only intel macs with wireless cards, or all models using a wireless card. -for example would my powerbook g4 be vulnerable.


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  • W1MRK
    Mar 28, 02:21 PM
    That Hellhole still exists? How?

    "you've got questions, we've got confused faces"

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  • green86
    Mar 29, 11:57 AM
    I'm not sure how you can call the iPhone 4 a "POS". I've had all the iPhones and it is MUCH better in about 10 different ways. Don't listen to all the stupid BS about the antenna... I've NEVER had the issue unless I sat they and tried to do it exactly as told. Even then, minimal. iPhone 4 has many more features, and even just the design, makes the previous ones look like toys.

    If I were involved in the design and heard comments like that, I'd be offended. Or actually, probably just ignore it, since the person saying that doesn't know what they're saying... sorry to be mean, but I just don't get it.

    I could cause the antenna to lose all its bars by placing my one finger on the antenna... Thats ridiculous. And anyone who has one, on the At&T network and says "I've never dropped a call" is a fanboi in the worst way and flat out lying. All my iPhones, - and even non-iPhones - on AT&T's network drop calls period, all the time. Even if the antenna design was perfect on the iPhone 4, it would drop calls because of At&T's network, so yea... I don't believe that in a second.

    Not to mention all the problems people were having with the screen, and the proximity sensors... and thats all I can think of off the top of my head. I'm sure there is/was more. Also, I refused to buy another iPhone that didn't have more than 32 GB of space, since I'm currently maxing out the capacity on my current 32 GB iPhone. Thus, I decided not to upgrade to avoid dealing with all that. Really, the 4 was just problems and a few spec increases. The increased resolution of the display means nothing to me without a larger screen, and the 3GS was fast enough at the time. The one and only thing that I would have enjoyed is the bump in RAM.

    Also, design-wise, I'd take the original iPhone over any of the others. It's too bad the AL causes havoc with radio signals. I would think someone who supposedly had all the iPhones would agree. And at least not think it looked like a "toy".

    Good thing your not a designer, since when you designed crap and people called you out on it you'd be offended. :rolleyes: You'd probably not be able to emotionally handle it.

    And I 100% know what I'm talking about. Because I have an Anti-Apple opinion doesn't mean I'm ill-informed and I don't know what I'm talking about. I've worked on and dealt with enough electronics to have an informed opinion.

    Mar 28, 08:23 PM
    Definitely. These people are here for the conference and workshops, not some 30 minute media event. :)

    It's my guess that many here seriously think WWDC is just a show for Apple to give a keynote and call it a day.

    May 4, 10:55 PM
    pixel density is way more important than 3D...

    Apr 11, 03:06 PM
    Do those in the anti-piracy camp have major issues with someone who pirates Adobe products, but doesn't "profit" from them?....i.e doesn't make even enough money to cover the costs of the original products or even makes zero dollars?

    Yes. It's stealing, download a trial version and if you like it buy it. If not go get a cheaper solution elsewhere.

    I give it one more year, and Adobe's products will be entirely replaceable by App store Apps that will be SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper. Developers will be making their money, the apps will be cheap enough that piracy won't be as big of an issue, and everyone will be happy (except Adobe....and those heavily invested into their software model, and business).

    People have been saying this for a decade and instead the competition has been eaten or don't exist anymore. There is more than Adobe's apps but the entire collaboration between native files within the suite.

    Could it happen? Sure. But they will have be big enough to fight a buyout buy Adobe and/or come out with an entire suite (page layout, photo and web etc) to directly compete as a 'package' to really make in the professional realm of agencies etc.

    Nov 3, 02:50 AM
    No question, Jobs gave a good answer there. But let's face it, if it was Apple that was talking about wireless and Microsoft said you should just share earbuds, you know what the reaction would be.

    Nov 27, 12:45 PM
    This would be a huge announcement if it comes in the next week or two. What a great way to get everyone talking about the iPod during the holiday shopping season.

    The Beatles albums will sell... but more importantly, they will sell iPods.

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