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  • steadysignal
    Apr 1, 08:51 AM
    2011. People are still watching TV? Scary.

    indeed. the day will come that it wont matter what you watch content on, just how it gets paid for...

    wishing that advertising would just die is fun. pipe-dream, but fun nonetheless. everyone wants to be paid.





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  • Spaceboy88
    Apr 5, 08:43 AM
    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)

    Capacitive home button sounds believable as apple has gone away with buttons on the MacBooks trackpad. Apple likes touch, not clicking. Lol

    I don't buy it. What a nightmare that would be if just touching that area of the iPod took you back to the home screen. (Even the MacBook trackpads require a physical 'click' in order to register.) This would be a usability disaster.





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  • BlindSoul
    Apr 16, 02:50 AM
    So if I understand you want to use her Netstick to provide data for your I4. I think that's what you mean. If so I ask the Netstick provider or on a forum of Netstick users.





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  • alust2013
    Apr 6, 02:15 AM
    I never understand this kind of thing. It's like someone saying "I can never buy a Honda because it just can't tow all the things I tow on my farm, or drive through deep mud." But then he drives his F350 every day 30 miles and back from home to town to do errands and get groceries getting 12 miles to the gallon. Most people would (and do) get a efficient small car for that sort of thing.

    The fact is, the iPad is mostly a content consumption product. It's REALLY REALLY good at being that. Sure you can get some things done on it, too, but that's clearly not the intent of this design. If you need power to crunch your data and be "300%+ more productive" then sure you need your F350 for the time and place where it's appropriate. The iPad isn't going to fully replace your desktop that you need to earn your living.

    For a lot of people, this means they don't need the super expensive laptop to cover their bases. They can get the cheaper desktop, with more power and bigger screen, and then have an iPad to cover their mobile (and again 90% of the time doing content consumption) needs.

    I suppose my post came off in the wrong way. I have nothing against the iPad per se, simply the concept of having it as a primary computing device. I have used one quite a bit, and it's a great device, however I would really rather not write long papers, do spreadsheets, etc with it. That's just not practical IMO. I do see your point of the full on computer not being fully necessary all the time though.

    The average normal person should not be touch typing. Before computers, the majority of homes did not have a typewriter. Most businessman did not have a typewriter on their desk either (their secretaries did), and certainly not a keypunch machine. This keyboard everywhere UI has only been common for 3 decades and hopefully will be gone in a lot less than another 3 decades. The popular tablets (PalmPilot, iPad) are good first steps.

    What's wrong with a keyboard or touch typing? I guess I don't see where you're going with this, as typing on a touch screen for long pieces of work or long periods of time is far less efficient. I see where the touch interface has its uses, but in some places it's just far less practical.



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  • Machead III
    Jan 6, 09:50 AM
    Hmm...

    I wasn 't buying any of the in depth analysis people were making over the New Year splash, but now...

    We can be pretty sure the two images represent colours and styles involved in a new theme - whether that theme is simply a logo for iTV (most likely), Leopard (still pretty likely) or an iPhone/new iPod (unlikely, just because... it doesn't look very relevant) is unknown.

    I hope it's Leopard tbh. I couldn't give a sh�t about iTV.





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  • jbh001
    Nov 11, 12:02 PM
    *****urei shimashita! :o

    ENOUGH! We'll have no more of THAT language 'round here, young lady!
    :D



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  • iMikeT
    Nov 11, 07:44 PM
    These ads are better in Japanese!





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  • hulugu
    Apr 4, 01:02 PM
    The Laffer Curve makes sense. You find a balance and you have taxes that are low enough not to hinder the economy and high enough to fund the government. I really don't understand where this "keep lowering taxes" logic comes from. It certainly has nothing to do with the Laffer Curve.

    The Laffer Curve is often referenced, but you're correct about it's actual meaning. Some conservatives have taken the Curve to mean that lowering taxes will always bring about more revenue. Something this article is trying to address.

    I wasn't making that argument so I guess I was confused why it was brought up. I've only been making an argument that the article can't conclude cutting taxes resulted in the budget problem. A state may have cut taxes and their economy might not have improved since cutting taxes, but the author of the article needs to fill in the gap and explain why there is a correlation/causation.

    Negative correlation is very difficult to prove, but the article was merely noting that lowering taxes does not make for a rising economy. Obviously, we'd look to see if raising taxes improved the economy, and we might try to use some statistical methods to identify correlation.

    What's important is that many conservative politicians have been selling low taxes as a fix for state budgetary problems�Wisconsin is a good example�without acknowledging that such measure often don't work, especially in the short-term.

    I propose that you could run a state with some income tax or no income tax if the budget was made competently. So, IMO, cutting taxes does not, in and of itself, mean it has caused a budget shortfall. I personally think cutting taxes does help the economy but that's not what is at issue here.

    In the short-term, lowering taxes just takes money from the state purse and does not drive new economic development. In the mid-term and long-term, lower taxes may encourage growth, but there's not a direct connection between taxation and economic development. They are orthogonal elements.

    I have only a general understanding of the theories those guys you mentioned are famous for. I think Austrian economics make much more sense. A theory of how to get the maximum tax dollars out of the people is irrelevant to me. It's like studying how much blood you can drain from people while keeping them alive. My preferred income tax rate is 0.

    For the Red Cross, knowing that fact is infinitely useful. For government, some tax is necessary to maintain infrastructure, pay for public safety, and encourage a social society. The complicated part is how to get some money without adversely affecting the entire society.

    I don't mind paying taxes because I like good roads, working sewers, and schools. I also like national parks, museums and libraries. I don't mind paying for cops, firefighters, and department of environmental quality either. These are useful things that help me more than they cost to me personally and I would hesitate to argue that for nearly everyone this is true.

    I wouldn't have believed it 3 years ago but now I can say from experience that anyone can do it if that's what they want to do. It's all a matter of hard work and willingness to live cheaply. The only thing that might tie you down is a family. I live for traveling so I've just worked my life to be able to do what I like. 3 years ago I was a law school dropout with no prospects and a monthly loan repayment of $1100. The highest paying job I qualified for was tutoring.

    We should talk.

    I've traveled a lot and I'm hoping to do more once my son is a bit older.



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  • jessica.
    Jan 20, 07:25 AM
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  • roylong
    Dec 1, 11:13 AM
    I can sell you a can of spray paint and some masking covers so you can do the job yourself for about $20 :eek:



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  • Mudbug
    Aug 19, 08:41 AM
    well, speaking figuratively here, there is a free iPod. If I were to give you one as a gift, then it would be free, no? :p

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    it wouldn't be exactly 'free' for you, would it? Or is there a truck somewhere that's missing an iPod? :D

    and on that line of thinking, if you feel like buying one and sending it to me, knock yourself out. :)





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  • Mr-Stabby
    Mar 3, 03:15 PM
    Thanks for the screenshots.

    Slightly concerned that some services appear to be either missing altogether or lacking in functionality.

    Hopefully we'll see them appear before the final version appears. It seems from the look of those screenshots that a lot of stuff has been re-written from the ground up.

    I'm liking the look of the new web based features :)



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  • whfsdude
    Jun 14, 02:52 PM
    T-Mobile requires AWS specifically which is not just 2100mhz. AT&T operates on 1900/2100. T-Mobile is 1700/2100 so it would need a new radio, if not a new radio ROM.





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  • justjohn025
    Mar 23, 02:36 PM
    Why does every headline have to be a question? look at the past three headlines. It's so annoying. Rephrase the headline.



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  • fs454
    Apr 21, 04:32 PM
    3. Processor speed for phones is overrated, especially when apps are written to account for legacy hardware in the wild. No one is going to write an A-5 only App as long as the iPad 1, iPhone 4 & 3GS level tech remains so widely held.

    No one is going to write an iPhone 5 (fifth gen hardware) app? You're just like the people who thought "No one is going to write retina display apps, most people have the old phones." Now if you don't support the retina display, your app is very much inferior.

    There will MOST DEFINITELY be a good amount of fifth gen only apps, and even more 4th+5th generation only apps. Just like some of today's apps only support the 4 and 3GS.





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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 22, 06:58 PM
    Wait, what ? :rolleyes:



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  • melchior
    Jan 7, 07:16 AM
    *snip* I would wait to upgrade until they fix all the problems...

    only another 5 months away? ;)





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  • Full of Win
    Apr 1, 09:18 AM
    The channels that do not participate are just inching that much more toward obscurity.

    Just recently we cancelled the cable subscription (still have KylinTV IPTV) for lack of use. Only one TV show was watched per week, and that can be purchased on iTunes in a superior format to what we got via cable, for a fraction of the cost of cable.

    If my provider had an app like this, we would have stayed subscribed. Its arcane to sit down in front of a screen at a predetermined time to watch programming, it really is.





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  • byulasfjazz
    Aug 19, 10:13 AM
    This new location feature is screaming "Im not at home, please break into my house!"


    I dont know what kind of CRAZY KILLER friends you all have on facebook. I only have relatives and close friends I see and talk to on a normal occasion.
    IF YOU DONT REALLY KNOW SOMEONE DONT ADD THEM AS A FRIEND DUH.
    and only share the info you want with the people you want.. its not that hard really.





    SevenInchScrew
    Jun 14, 05:37 PM
    I dont understand why MS would put a huge vent on top of the unit. Dust will clog the fans like crazy, and with the 360's horrid stability record i would be very nervous laying it down flat on my shelf.
    There are huge grilles on both the top and bottom, and on the side. Obviously, everyone knows that heat is the main issue for the original 360's problems, so MS seems to be doing everything they can to ensure that air can get in, no matter which way it is laying. Time will tell how well it works.
    What the heck are all of the USB ports for?
    It does seem superfluous to have 3 ports now that wifi is (finally) built in and Kinect has its own port.
    Well, they got rid of the slots for their older Memory Units, so I'm guessing the plethora of USB ports are to make up for that. Now that you can use regular USB drives for that purpose, they need to make sure you can have a couple plugged in at once, along with any other accessories you might need (guitars, wheels, etc).





    DualShock
    Apr 14, 01:30 PM
    I hope this wasn't the guy in charge of the Danger/Sidekick data center...





    reebzor
    Jun 21, 01:50 PM
    With regard to booting:
    I think a lot of people in here are also looking over the fact that the card reader is on the USB bus. Meaning the speeds you'd be limited to would be that of USB 2.0. Internal 5400rpm boot drive would still be faster.





    realtime
    Sep 1, 06:02 AM
    Apple did the same thing with the DTK hardware... they released a "Software Update" version, with a letter revision to the same build #'s, and it was to enforce security and/or entrap those running the 10.4 Intel build on non-Apple P4 hardware. Get it? Apple Software Update connects to Apple servers, so they know exactly to whom/what/where their "update" is being sent and installed.... then they cross-reference those IP's against logs of ADC member logins (and this is only necessary when assuming the user submitted false info during the Leopard registration, instead of their real name/address). IP match? Boom! Gotcha.

    Maybe they just want to see how many of those IP's belong to Microsoft's net. :rolleyes:





    Giaguara
    Sep 17, 03:47 AM
    Be (the positive side of) yourself and just try.

    I'm really bad in advising for pickup lines etc so just say something nice to start with. ;)



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