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  • wafl iron
    Apr 7, 02:59 PM
    That's only 1,258,291.2 gigabytes ... If each customer gets, say, 500 megabytes allocated, that's enough for 2,516,582 customers.

    To be safe more like enough for 2.5 million customers @ 500 megabytes (which isn't very high, I would hope for more like 5000 megabytes/5 gigabytes, but then that's only enough for like 251,658 customers).

    Point is, they better have another 10+ Pb along the way ...

    You really think they allocate storage per user like allocated real estate per home owner?

    deduplication + thin provisioning + compression applied to all that storage and your calculations are way off!

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  • Rocketman
    Nov 29, 01:52 PM
    I believe you are all missing the point.

    The studios want HDCP over DVI and HDMI or whatever. There are no current systems that properly use it, even if they say they do, because the licenses or permissions have not been distributed yet and they are HARDWARE objects.

    HARDWARE is Apple's forte.

    I suspect iTV is actually a series of devices that properly implement HDCP to suit the studios that demand seamless and enforceable content protection. As mentioned, mainly to protect the asset of a time sensitive and expensive major movie release.

    There are really only two premium price revenue timeframes for movies. A few weeks after theatrical release and a few months after DVD (now online) release. They simply want to protect the "premiumness" of the price.

    Apple does that in computers with methods to try to prevent installation and proper use of OSX on any computer but an Apple. It mainly works.

    So I suspect we will see a "new" video iPod and iTV as a breakout box for your existing TV, and iTV enabled LCD TV's in the "media release".

    Then no studio will hesitate.


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  • dime21
    May 5, 11:07 AM
    BTW, if you guys haven't read Marc Thiessen's Courting Disaster, pick it up. He explains that waterboarding was not used to get answers to questions or confessions, but rather to break their will and spirit and get them to agree to start cooperating.

    The first big fish they got after 9/11, Abu Zubaida (also in a stellar takedown op), told his CIA interrogators that AQ were trained to resist only as long as they personally could and, once they had reached their personal breaking point, they were free to sing like canaries with a clear conscience. The reasoning behind this was that Allah would always be victorious, so they'd not be compromising the larger mission and would have done their religious duty by offering as much resistance as they could.

    Once the CIA knew this, the enhanced interrogation techniques were personalized to let each detainee know that it would never stop until they agreed to cooperate and things would get better as soon as they did. KSM was the toughest one of the bunch and, when he reached his breaking point, he asked for a pad and paper and was willing to write down everything they needed.

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  • munkle
    Nov 14, 09:51 PM
    Some more cool free apps that haven't been mentioned:

    Mail.appetizer ( a nice and simple new e-mail notifier screen.

    Graffiti ( lets you flip over any window in a Cocoa application and write on the back!


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  • alent1234
    Apr 7, 10:24 AM
    Only issue I want fixed is wifi. Disconnects a lot.

    other than the regular router issues between devices of different manufacturers, there is an old wifi bug that dates back to the first ipad. when it goes to sleep it doesn't release the IP after the half life of the lease like it's supposed to according to open standards. the router ends up assigning it to another device


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  • edesignuk
    Feb 12, 02:59 PM
    Case and point! :rolleyes:
    It was just a joke in response to the "tyrannical digital overlords" comment :rolleyes:

    If you think anyone is abusing their "power", report it, and if you're right we'll soon be demoted.

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  • bwrairen
    Mar 26, 09:34 PM
    i never said he did anything illegal, all i'm saying is how eBay and PayPal are operated, 99% of the time (and i'm not even exaggerating that) they will favour the buyer. that's nothing new. and the buyer has an advantage because it was listed in the wrong category, and the title was wrong. it was false advertising in a sense.

    I realize that you didn't question the legality but another poster (that I originally quoted) did. I am aware that the buyer will not be required to pay, and he shouldn't be. I just can't stand people that automatically declare something illegal because they think it is wrong. It seems to be a common practice these days.


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  • techfreak85
    Jan 26, 06:50 PM
    well you never know. just keep it up! you'll get there!
    Yes, you will get there as long as you use your passkey. ;)
    Now that you get you are getting the bonus, just wait a week for the daily average to even out. Your current avg PPD is still being calculated from before you started getting the bonus.

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  • 59031
    Oct 5, 10:44 PM
    Sounds awesome, but I'll still stick with Camino until Safari speeds up a bit and is more stable. Those were my only two issues.


    HUH? Camino is slow as ****!


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  • iMeowbot
    Aug 13, 03:44 PM
    I like it, but it should have been iMeowTiger.
    I'll get to 'em all, but ... could ... not ... resist ... pun ...

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  • Dr Kevorkian94
    Apr 30, 03:29 PM
    U can do it manually or just download the app "candy bar" just search it on google.


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  • Chrisdanger
    Mar 23, 09:46 AM
    It looks like the field of potential "heirs" to Steve-O's throne is reduced. I will say the Steve Austin robot eye didnt win him any favors. Sad to see him go, bring on the next contestant

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  • MacHappytjg
    Jun 25, 05:18 PM
    do u know if airport extremes work with emac g4? Cause im thinking about going wireless on my eMac, and i'm in Canada if that makes a difference?

    Dis regaurd that sorry i need just an airport card


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  • spatterfree
    Apr 27, 06:07 PM
    lol, yaa, i thought so, no reply means nobody, right?

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  • Apple OC
    Mar 28, 01:01 AM
    the buyer does deserves to lose his money for his own stupidity.

    everybody makes foolish mistakes ... I just don't understand you wishing the buyer gets ripped off.

    here's hoping you never make a foolish lane change while driving and have to pay the sort of price you wish on others

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  • Jookbox
    May 3, 08:37 AM
    If someone used my blood they would be stoned all day. :(

    Apr 23, 09:04 PM
    I'm wondering how to access your battery information through cocoa (such as your battery percentage, time remaining). I know that on iOS you access it through UIDevice, but I cannot think of an equivalent one for OS X, does anyone know?

    Jan 9, 03:59 PM
    When AppleTV was announced I felt a sense of excitement - finally Apple's set-top box had arrived and Mac fans wanting to bring the experience into their livingroom could do without feeling too much like what they really need is a Windows Media Centre.

    Then when iPhone happened I couldn't quite believe it. I was absolutely stunned, despite all the rumours, and was incredibly worried about what it might look like. Could Apple produce an ugly design? The phone has been designed in so many shapes and sizes that surely they can't come up with something completely unique?

    When I actually saw the first pictures I was blown away. Now I'm desperately waiting for the video of the keynote to come out so I can see the handset in action. I can completely understand why Steve dedicated almost the entire keynote to the iPhone because it is definitely Apple's most important product launch to date.

    Of course I was disappointed that there was no demonstration of Leopard or announcements about the Mac's, but that's obviously not what this Macworld was meant to be about. Instead I now hope we'll see special events over the coming months to give us all the bits we'd have normally received here. What does worry me, as a new switcher to Mac and somebody who has switched his company over with him, is the name change. Dropping 'computer' from the name suggests that the Macs aren't the core business activity any longer. While the name better reflects the direction Apple is going in anyway, the Mac platform needs all the endorsement it can get and I don't think the old name was causing anybody any bother.

    All in all it looks to have been an excellent keynote. The iPhone has obviously taken some incredible engineering and I look forward to all the juicy details becoming public over the next few days, weeks and months.

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    Apr 28, 07:53 PM
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    But really, I'm embarrased for Apple & Samsung for these pathetic lawsuits they keep bringing against each other. Money, money, money!

    Why? The law requires an rights owner to defend its IP or risk losing it. These suits are just business, no hard feelings, as seen by Apple's monster-sized component contract w/ Samsung. Any yes, business is about making money.

    Not just money, but power as well.

    Jul 26, 07:40 PM
    Word is that this is a really really basic functionality intended for data and not meant to be any kind of HD video type of software.
    This is however the first step to getting HD discs authored on the Mac.
    Right now the only real HD authoring options each cost over $50,000 so if Apple is planning on getting an HD version of DVD Studio pro this would be a start in the right direction.

    Apr 5, 07:36 PM
    I agree with the notion that people should try to take steps to avoid risk, and that people can greatly reduce personal risk by making safer choices.

    But this nugget of wisdom does not really touch on the substance of the issue arising in the OP, to wit - how much responsiblity does a rape victim carry? Or, to turn the question around, how much of the rape is not the rapist's fault?

    What kind of twisted logic hears of a rape decides that looking "like a prostitute" is the salient feature of the case? What about the crazed deviant who committed the crime in the first place? Indeed, I think Gelfin's analogy is apt - if a smartly-dressed man is mugged, should we simply shrug our shoulders and say "well, he looked like he had a lot of money so he was asking for it. He should have been wearing something less ostentatious."

    It's also, by the way, fallacious to assume that only young, attractive and/or scantily-clad women are raped. Such suppositions are the product of the same twisted male chauvinist perspective that suggests that looking "like a prostitute" means that women are "asking for it".
    As I have suggested, we cannot really know the answers to these questions without first interviewing (or obtaining transcripts of interviews of) rapists. Most of us on this forum are not rapists (I hope), so making broad inferences on what goes through such a monster's mind is rather pointless. If we can obtain a body of information that clearly demonstrates that rapists are commonly motivated by the victims' appearance/attire, then we can lend credence to the statement quoted in the OP. Prior to obtaining such evidence, to suggest that dress codes will improve school childrens' safety is at best unsupportable and at worst ridiculous. Odd that these "libertarian" types are back at attempting to steal away our freedoms.

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