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  • sam10685
    May 2, 11:30 PM
    Wow. WHO CARES?:rolleyes:

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  • DPinTX
    Mar 11, 01:55 PM
    Which entrance to the mall is gonna get me closest to the end of the line?

    Walk in from Dillards line goes to escalator by there or come in to ice ring entrance and go to the left.


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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 12, 06:28 PM
    The MS products have more functionality for sure ... question is if really everyone needs everything from that functionality. For most home users and even some business users iWorks does everything they need and is therefore a cheaper option that does the trick. Many business customers (and few home users) need stuff that iWork does not offer, but MS Office does.

    Bottom line: depends on your use case -> bold statements like Product A is better then B are rarely true since it usually depends on many things.

    Thanks for stating the obvious but why would one NOT chose something that is 100% doc and docx compatible with all the Windows counterparts?

    If you need to compose a grocery list or a flier for your next garage sale then iWurk is for you I guess but for the rest of us that actually need to collaborate with other people in the real world, no thanks.

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  • King Cobra
    Sep 15, 12:31 PM
    >Does this include everything that comes standard on a Mac box?

    You certainly don't get the most stable OS with a PC.

    >Does this include everything that comes standard on a Mac box?

    You certainly don't get the most stable OS with a PC.


    scem, I think in due time the price of Apple's hardware will come down. Take a look at the prices of the Macintosh/Apple product line. The Macintosh II was valued at I think over $6000. The G4/G3 motherboard was worth up to $3500 I think. Now, the Dual 1.25GHz model sells for around $3300, if you don't feel like chugging in THAT much RAM.

    My guess is that in a couple of years Apple's PowerMacs will be reduced to near equivalent prices as when the first dual GHz PowerMacs came out, topping out at $3000.


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  • ciTiger
    Apr 25, 01:16 PM
    Even with the App Store a new OS will still require an external medium... For availability at least...

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  • citizenzen
    Apr 13, 02:03 PM
    To be honest I have never seen that in the UK or in Finland.

    Must be an American thing.

    That and No Shoes, No Shirt, No Service. (so much for never turning away customers)

    As if the shite that you carry in on the bottom of your foot is any worse than the shite you carry in on the bottom of your shoe. :rolleyes:


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  • jabbott
    Mar 10, 09:44 PM
    I've posted this before on the pic of the day thread but it is one of my favorite "contrast" shots to date.

    This is a very interesting photograph. For as spooky as the dwelling looks, it has a certain inviting quality to it. It contrasts not only in color but in mood. I like it. Thanks for the explanation of the coloring; I'm surprised this was light painted!

    Macbook Pro keyboard!

    Very nice capture. This reminds me of the lighting style used in Tron and Tron: Legacy. What might be fun is to drastically reduce your aperture / increase your f-number and do a long exposure shot of it so that it is entirely in focus. I would also center it in the frame but that could just be me.

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  • iBlue
    Dec 23, 07:47 AM
    Again I find myself repeating what I've said already, but that's no more time than you and your man have arguing your point.

    I think you should review the thread because I'm pretty sure you've been a lot more verbose about it than e and I combined.

    Have a nice day! :)


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  • aiqw9182
    Apr 5, 05:58 PM
    Which line in port? Are you talking about the (now removed) line-in on the 30 pin connector (not on iPhone 4) or are you talking about the second ring on the TRRS headphone/mic connector?

    The line-in port on the iMac, Mac Pro, 15" & 17" MBP's and the Mac Mini.

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  • rdowns
    May 1, 07:17 AM
    The correspondents dinner was tonight and Trump got destroyed. He did not look happy.:p

    No he didn't. Serves the ****er right. I read he was booed when he arrived. Obama killed and Seth Meyers was pretty funny. Videos below.


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  • fragiledreams
    Sep 16, 06:53 AM
    Originally posted by solvs

    I'm just so tired of PC weenies saying Macs are all style, no substance. And like many computer users who actually use their computers, I'm torn. Speed and price, or style and stability?

    Only when Real-Time is really Real-Time, only then will I be truly happy.

    Please stop the stability ************. We are not living in the age of windows 95 any more. Some of you guys live with illusions.

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  • Small White Car
    Nov 6, 06:28 AM
    You already have a standard for this, connecting any media device in a network.

    There is no way to do what is being shown in this video with wifi or bluetooth. (Note that the toys do not have a power source.)


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  • mfacey
    Apr 3, 12:08 AM
    I think that Apple was probably aiming to make Pages into a desktop publishing program but then found halfway through that most of the features added in were pretty similar to what word has. Maybe that's why Jobs decided to put it head to head with Word?
    Word is great for standard, no non-sense typing. But as soon as you start getting a long document with various pictures and a self-updating table of contents (ie proper layout and publishing stuff) it becomes more and more awful. Once you have an 40+ pages almost everytime you move an image slightly you know its going to destroy your document. It has brought me to the point that I just want to throw my computer out of the window various times. (This was a PC by the way, I always forgive my mac by just telling myself that microsoft are the people that put me in this nightmarish situation :rolleyes: ).
    Lets just hope Apple implements some major improvements to Pages in the next release. I wouldn't mind having a program that can do layout AND word-processing properly!

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  • epictempo
    Mar 24, 05:44 PM
    iphone + mba 11 > ipad/2

    Had that combo. I loved the air 11 but sorry, 3 hours of movie watching and it's ko'ed. I'm not watching a movie or reading my books on the iPhone either. Still unable to kill my pad's battery.


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  • Detlev
    Mar 13, 08:01 PM
    No issues with mine but the person at the next desk just showed me that all their iCal appointments have been moved up by one hour. I told them it would be alright; they'd finally be on time :D

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  • Blakeco123
    Apr 14, 01:56 AM
    i live in danville california and prices are like 4.60 for diesel. 4.20-ish for regular not really sure i don't look at it when i buy gas since i own a diesel truck.
    EDIT: Most i have ever paid to fill it up was summer of '08, i was at my cabin at lake shasta and diesel was 5.50 a gallon cost me $160
    my mom used to tell me how when she was starting to drive gas was 80 cents a galllon


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  • sam10685
    May 2, 11:30 PM
    Wow. WHO CARES?:rolleyes:

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  • Nym
    Nov 14, 01:44 PM
    All we can do is try to live our lives as best we can. That can be done within a religion, or without.

    Exactly, I agree with you, like I said, Christmas is a word to be taken by its "happy" meaning, I too celebrate Christmas as a time of peace and all that even though I'm not religious. and I agree with people being too intolerant these days about these sensitive issues.
    However, I was talking about Catholicism because in my country 90% of all the population follows that particular branch of Christianity and I know first-hand how badly it is misinterpreted these days, it's an excuse for sexism, racism, homophobia, xenophobia and all the things that make me sad about the human being (in my country of course, maybe there the situation's different).
    As you can see by the things that I dislike about the human race, I'm truly an anti-prejudice/discrimination person, and If you thought that I made any offensive comment to you or anybody, it was not the reason why I posted in the first time, I only thought that Mike's first comment was extremely aggressive to other people's religions, as you see, I didn't even relate to what he said but I felt the need to intervene.

    Hope that clears it up.

    BTW - I cannot post in the new thread you created so.. I guess my contribution will end here :)

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  • zwida
    Sep 1, 06:21 AM
    they don't lose the secret features due to NDAs.

    Well, sort of. The NDAs would hardly stop someone from surreptitiously releasing info about features on a forum. The NDAs certainly haven't stopped screen shots from being posted.... These concealed features are, as has been noted, coming in later builds, probably after they are revealed at MWSF.

    May 31, 08:08 AM
    I don't think the number of clicks is the best metric here. If there are hundreds of articles in a category, it takes a long time to skim through the list of them. If you can spend a few extra seconds narrowing down what you're looking for, it can be much faster to find something.

    I believe from a usability perspective getting it down to 5 clicks is good enough, and 3 ideal so certainly sub sub categories would work.

    A solution is a solution no matter whether it's the Command Line or a GUI, besides that, a lot of apps also have a CLI equivalent, Property List Editor and defaults, Disk Utility and diskutil, Automator and automator, etc. So clearly articles involving Disk Utility would also need to include diskutil, and Automator would need to include it's CLI equivalent...

    That can be included as a "see also" link at the bottom of the article.

    I would class a CLI app as anything that has to be run in Terminal/X11 and you can't just double click an icon to load the program (as you do with MATLAB)

    OK, let's take this one small step at a time and see what we've come up with.

    Option 1 looks better, option 2 is trying to use too few categories IMO.

    One possibility for a way forward would be to create a new category called BetaMainPage and then create categories called BetaMac Hardware or whatever and see if it works.

    EDIT: I don't know if it'd be better to do this publicly or privately...

    Oct 17, 04:03 PM
    Missed this thread. I'll be there.

    Laslo Panaflex
    Sep 19, 04:18 PM
    Do you mean "whilst" the update is happening the fans run at full speed, or after the update applys your fans are stupidly loud? :confused:

    With a pending order of the mac pro, the last thing I wanna go through is powermac G5 fan hell again......

    Yes, please elaborate on what you mean, I don't want to update if it's going have my fans running full speed at all times.

    Apr 12, 03:03 PM
    What about denying somebody a job because of their, say, intelligence? Charisma? Any number of things that are largely predetermined?

    Surely it would be unfair to judge somebody by their intelligence because so much of it is down to parental intelligence and wealth; how much they can teach you and how much they can pay for the best educations. (D's A)

    In theory I suppose we should only judge people for things which are entirely their own doing; things which are neither a product of their genes or upbringing. But then, taking those away, what remains?

    Not much really. In practice, I fear people are at least in some part judged for merits in which their efforts play a smaller part. Like natural intelligence, or sporting ability. Is this wrong? Perhaps on some abstract moral level, but I think it's probably permissible unless someone wants to call me a senseless bigot.

    Apr 5, 05:44 PM
    I wonder who the first manufacturer was to create a dock connector? I assume IBM? They should sue Apple and give them a piece of their own medicine. You know if the shoe was on the other foot. . .

    The patent is for Apple's specific 30 pin dock connector, and not any dock connector. It's legal protection to allow Apple to go after anyone making unauthorized accessories, not anyone making dock like connectors in general. Instead of suing over "Hey, you didn't use our Made for iPod program", they can sue over "Hey, you violated our patent."

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