Tuesday, May 31, 2011

tattooed guy

tattooed guy. Like, say, this guy named
  • Like, say, this guy named

  • milo
    Oct 16, 11:26 AM
    all this beaming vs using the ear buds (yours or theirs) reminds me of the great expense NASA went to make a pen that works in space and Zero G. as compared the Russians who used a pencil

    Urban legend. The space pen was developed by a third party, and pencils were used in early nasa missions. Pencils aren't good for outer space since they can burn and shavings and lead bits can float around, which is hazardous.


    tattooed guy. Blok M tattoo guy
  • Blok M tattoo guy

  • ChrisTX
    Apr 18, 07:26 AM
    What will everyone say when the tables have turned and the headlines read "Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 now at Toys "R"Us"

    tattooed guy. weird-tattooed-guy-anth0nyc.
  • weird-tattooed-guy-anth0nyc.

  • jholzner
    Aug 3, 07:15 PM
    my thoughts about the Banner: There are no new products on this banner (ok, the DVD) only products wich we already know.

    Power Mac/ Mac Pro
    Macbook /(Pro)
    iPod Nano

    thats all i can see. so you will see, that there is no "normal" iPod on the picture. Why the hell ist that? Are they going to release a new one?
    I realy don't belive in this, but it seems strange to me, that theree are all hardware products on the banner with only the iPod missing......

    The iSight isn't up there either. Maybe it's getting axed.

    tattooed guy. into tattooed guy#39;s arms.
  • into tattooed guy#39;s arms.

  • citizenzen
    Mar 29, 04:00 PM
    History much?

    Dearest dude,

    I asked what war did Canada have to fight to separate from Britain, and you respond be giving me an overview of the struggle between France and Britain over Canada.

    It doesn't seem to me that you understood the point of my first statement.

    But I could be wrong.

    tattooed guy. Tattooed Guy: David Ritteberg
  • Tattooed Guy: David Ritteberg

  • Paix247
    Jan 11, 01:19 PM
    Yes! Something interesting to discuss on a slow Friday afternoon.

    PLEASE be a 12" MacBook Pro for $1799 or less! :D

    tattooed guy. Tattooed guy Spanish guy with
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  • joeboy_45101
    Aug 8, 10:12 AM
    Steve looks unhealthy. He's not as sharp as he used to be. His keynotes were flawless. He stuttered several times, forgot what he was saying in mid sentence, and handed a considerable amount of the keynote to other people. Steve was a control freak in past WWDC keynotes.

    I think he may be in not-so-good health. But I've said that before.

    He might be a little under the weather, but he'll be fine. If you go back and watch the video from the WWDC '05 he looked totally out of place; dressed in all black and very little energy. It's a fluxional phenomenon with his appearance. WWDC '05 he looked terrible, Apple Special Event #1(Intel iMac & iPod Nano) he looked great, Apple Special Event #2 (iPod Video) he looked great, Macworkd '06 he looked fine, Apple Special Event #3(iPod HiFi announcement) he looked like he had just woke up.

    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.

    No matter what, with the transition to Intel chips complete now Apple can start devoting more time to truly new designs and hardware.

    tattooed guy. Tattooed Guy
  • Tattooed Guy

  • bushido
    Apr 11, 04:18 AM
    Hey MacRumors, your subscription prices are different than Adobe's site.

    Adobe Photoshop is $35 per YEAR or $49 month to month.

    Adobe Design Premium CS5.5 is $95 per YEAR or $139 month to month.

    Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Master Collection is $129 per YEAR or $195 month to month.


    actually no, its 35$ per month if u subscribe to a 1 year commitment and 49$ per month if u extens it each month ... what a ripoff

    tattooed guy. this way tattooed guy.
  • this way tattooed guy.

  • citizenzen
    Mar 11, 10:57 AM
    The parties involved in these enterprises are typically very wealthy individuals or groups who support the government officials who keep the military maintained in good condition to enforce proper capitalism across international borders.


    So we're supposed to go broke maintaining a bloated military to protect corporate interests abroad?

    How insane is that?! :eek:

    tattooed guy. This guy had the first 100
  • This guy had the first 100

  • ZoomZoomZoom
    Aug 29, 10:38 AM
    Wow, not getting updates to your OS for half a decade is now an advantage is it?

    And Windows users accuse Mac owners of being delusional!

    There are updates, just free. Also, it's nice to be able to have to fiddle with the OS only once every half a decade. Updates don't matter that much, since if you're a mac user and using windows for gaming(and not job work), the windows interface doesn't matter at all. You'd be getting Vista in anticipation of a future laptop with a DX10 graphics card.

    tattooed guy. at first the tattoo guy
  • at first the tattoo guy

  • MacinDoc
    Apr 13, 06:22 PM
    We'll have to see how this looks when Apple posts more official info about it, but I'm inclined to think I will invest the $300 and give it a try...

    tattooed guy. a dead tattooed guy who
  • a dead tattooed guy who

  • Harmush
    Oct 18, 10:34 AM
    Slight change again, still need to do something with my 10000000's of cables. :mad:

    tattooed guy. Happy Tattooed Guy
  • Happy Tattooed Guy

  • Keleko
    Mar 9, 07:50 AM
    There's a whole flock of these "flying" across the museum atrium.

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5215/5484205210_2b9fb3f0f7_b.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/22077805@N07/5484205210/)

    tattooed guy. back tattoo guys
  • back tattoo guys

  • SPEEDwithJJ
    Oct 25, 09:23 AM
    Omg That case is FANTASTIC! Where did you get it???

    I believe she mentioned a few weeks ago that she bought that case from Staples.

    tattooed guy. Inwatch the way tattooed guy
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  • ruy
    Sep 13, 12:22 AM
    The new nano is disappointing on its look. I prefer if they don't make any change from the old model. simply a nano size mini......

    tattooed guy. hot tattooed guy is a CUNY
  • hot tattooed guy is a CUNY

  • Freak C
    Nov 4, 01:41 AM
    So you think that Adobe is bad because CS3 does not run on Snow Leopard?

    Think again.

    CS3 has been published a long while ago, and Snow Leopard is brand new. A lot of system libraries have changed. I do not expect Windows 3.1 software to run correctly on Windows 7 either.

    Are there any Mac developers out there?

    Apple must have caused software vendors to rewrite their software a gazillion times:

    - they switched from the 68K to the PowerPC to Intel
    - they switched from OS9 to Carbon to Cocoa
    - for Snow Leopard, if you want to run as a 64-bit app, you have to switch to the Cocoa libraries, and much of Carbon is deprecated.

    Apples next OS will most likely drop Carbon altogether. I have written programs for the Mac for a long time now, and I have spent 75% of my productivity just rewriting my programs over and over again to adopt them to Apple's library changes.

    Adobe is big, but I bet that many of their Mac programmers are busy just following Apple as they try to leave software vendors in the dust because they switch system libraries and CPUs at will. Did Microsoft ever do this? Yes, partly - they went from 16 to 32 to 64 bits. But I can still run the Reversi game that came with Windows 1.03 on Windows 7!

    And you Java lovers - go to the Sun web site and install Java. Just try. I have not seen complaints that this is impossible.

    This is not a technical issue. Every skilled team of programmers can make their software run on another platform. This is a battle of lawyers. Apple does not permit any bytecode execution engine (such as the Java and ActionScript VMs) to run on the iPhone. Period.

    tattooed guy. hot tattooed guy,
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  • CalBoy
    Mar 29, 09:22 AM
    But not widespread at all in the U.S the primary target audience of the first generation iPhone.

    I remember getting a new phone just before the iPhone was originally announced, and despite the fact that it was a bargain basement dumb phone, it had 3g.

    In fact, I distinctly remember seeing 3g on almost every other phone I was looking at months before that, including smartphones. It was widespread already by that time, but it still had technical limitations (mostly on the power end of things).

    I think Apple's strategy has always been to delay implementing new technology until it functions seamlessly. I just don't see an LTE iPhone this year being able to function seamlessly. The carriers (at least in North America) are nowhere near ready and their target for full implementation is around 2013, which makes 2012 a far more reasonable timeframe for an LTE iPhone because by then at least a substantial portion of the market will have access to LTE.

    tattooed guy. The hot naked tattooed guy
  • The hot naked tattooed guy

  • durvivor
    Aug 24, 12:31 PM
    I for one salute Apple in its efforts to ensure a safe computing environment.

    And, my salute has NOTHING to do with the fact that my 18 month old and very used iBook battery currently only holds a 10 minutes charge.

    :) :) :)

    Crossing my fingers I have an unsafe battery...

    tattooed guy. THIERRY MUGLER 2011 men
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  • TitoC
    Nov 24, 07:48 AM
    I really don't get all of those who constantly are saying things like "Don't care for them, they were before my time . . . " or "They're so old, they're not relevant . . .", etc. Really? I just don't get it. Monet, Davinci, Bach, Cole Porter, Sonny Boy Williamson, Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday and Charlie Parker were all before my time, yet I appreciate them. Having an artist being born before your time shouldn't have anything to do with "appreciating" them. That's the whole point - art is timeless. I' guess it has to do with how you grew up and what you were exposed to that makes a difference.

    All kinds of music was being played in my house when I grew up. My dad played primarily four kinds of music in our house: classical, tango, opera and jazz and I got exposed to all of them - everyday. But all kinds of music would be played, not just these four kinds. While the Beatles were not one of the groups constantly being played on my dad's Hi-Fi, my parents did appreciate them and would play them on the radio once in a while, just to expose us kids to them. This, I believe, is one reason I listen to ALL kinds of music today. Not only do I listen to the classics, but also to many current and obscure artists of today. And I am doing the same with my son. He is exposed to all facets of music and art and has a great appreciation of all kinds of music. And you know who's his favorite? Louis Prima. My son's 6 years old and he couldn't care one bit when Louis was born. Not one bit. My dad would be proud.

    tattooed guy. Dad Becomes Instant Gay Pride
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  • wizard
    Mar 11, 03:27 PM
    finally! I'm waiting to hand my money over for a mac pro, but this is good too. It'd be nice if Apple still saw the Mac as its primary business, but we can't all have what we want..

    This attitude is crap! The chips suitable for these machine have barely been on the market and you seem to think it justifies throwing that attitude around. It isn't just Intel either as Apple has to implement a new GPU plan and get all of the new OS components working.

    It is far better for the user that Apple takes it's time here to do the system right. Further I suspect part of the hold up is the next release of Snow Leopard an update everybody will want. You do want SL to improve in a positive manner don't you?


    As an aside I've seen a few posts already from people crying about recently purchased MBPs and the expected soon update. Either get with it or shut up folks. It is not a mystery that a new generation of MBPs are coming. Thus the implication that you really needed those new machines, so these new machines really mean nothing. Otherwise you spent your money on a lark and deserve the frustration you have.

    In any event I'm kinda interested in what the Mini might turn into. With the desktops so far ahead of this machine again there is plenty of room for a very significant update. They could turn that optical free model into one hot box with the right chipset.


    Nov 8, 08:57 AM
    Actually I like being a consumer with choices. I've only used my powerbook to burn DVDs maybe thrice. If I had to buy another computer. I'd probably go with a Combo drive since I'd have the powerbook to burn DVDs.

    Plus why make everyone's computer more expensive when some people don't want it.

    Can you tell me what the price difference between a ComboDrive and a Superdrive is? ComboDrives are probably more expensive now than a simple Single Layer burner, because nobody makes them anymore...

    Every 599€ Notebook now has a DVD burner. :eek:

    Sep 12, 01:50 PM
    I don't like the dark grey sliders.

    Apr 2, 10:10 AM

    megapixel wars are so 2003

    Aug 2, 10:13 PM
    Where exactly is this video? :confused:

    Apr 11, 04:43 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)

    Looks like I become a monthly slave to company subscribtions

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