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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 30, 05:07 PM
    Huh?! I didn't think I got defensive over Android. I don't know how just stating Android was difficult to use translates to "I am defensive and fearful over Android".

    I just stated Android was difficult to use. That's similar to saying I like eating icecream out of the box rather than taking my time putting it in a bowl or a cone and then eating it. See what I'm saying? Now, some people may like the latter way but I much prefer iPhone's navigation, iPhone browser, and the App Store to Android. That said, I do like a lot of the Android features, especially the notification bar that just amazed me.

    You're doing it again, being all "fearful and defensive". ;) Stop proving the guy's point more.





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  • Digitalclips
    Oct 26, 09:39 PM
    Random yet related question:

    What do people recommend using to record basic voiceovers in iMovie and FCExpress? My high school students currently use ProTools and Mbox and it's just way too complicated to record a simple voiceover.

    How about using itself FCExpress? I make TV material with FCPro and can record VOs directly and I think FCExpress is pretty similar in most areas. Correct me if I am wrong ...





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  • iMacZealot
    Oct 16, 08:27 PM
    *cough*cough*Firewire*cough*cough**cough

    The treo doesn't have Firewire, and neither does the 5G iPod.





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  • DiamondMac
    Mar 25, 11:41 AM
    The bottom line, nobody loses in the decision as to whether to get an iPad 1 or 2. Either is a great product that everyone loves



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  • MacRumors
    Feb 23, 12:30 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/iphone/2011/02/23/u-s-regulators-looking-into-kids-overspending-on-in-app-purchases/)


    http://images.macrumors.com/article/2011/02/23/132828-in_app_purchase_dialog.jpg




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  • SPUY767
    Oct 27, 06:26 AM
    We all know that this is just Adobe's Revenge for Apple stepping on its e-Toes with items like Final Cut Studio which for all practical purposes smacks down anything that Adobe can muster up, and for Aperature, which is not as good as it could be, but is still in the realm that Adobe used to dominate. On the audio front, I hope that this costs a lot less than Logic Express because if it's not 50% or more cheaper, this horse is dead before it leaves the gate. I mean, Logic is already cheaper than Audition, and for my money, LE does a bit more than Audition (granted I don't come even close to using the full capabilities of LE).

    So maybe Soundbooth is just here to compete with Soundtrack, which is kind of dumb, as no one will be using Soundbooth on a Mac since soundbooth will not integrate with FCS the way that Soundtrack does. The more I write about it, the dumber releasing this app for the Mac sounds. I mean. . . Adobe dropped Premiere for the mac because FCP smoked it, but now they want to release an audio app for mac that probably only has a place in a Premiere workflow. Hell, maybe this is just a SoundEdit Deck 16 II!? WTF!? I'm leaving.



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  • Popeye206
    Apr 5, 11:35 AM
    Maybe because that's the only competitor there is right now? No WebOS tablet released. No BlackBerryOS tablet released. I guess technically they could've put some Windows 7 devices on there, but that would've been embarrassing ;)

    WebOS, BBOS... all vaporware right now (i.e. non-shiping product) and no matter what, you can't compare vendor hype to reality of a product you can touch and hold in it's shipping form.

    The Xoom is a great example of this. Sounded killer on paper and in the demo's looked awesome. But go use one. It's a mess. The one I worked with crashed, had screen lag and choppy animations of icons. Games were a joke. Half of the ones on the demo unit were phone size apps that looked like junk on a tablet.

    Not saying the Xoom is not a good tablet. It is. But it's far from the same fit and finish as the iPad or iPad2. It just felt like a beta device that was rushed to market to get out there. I had the same impressions with the first Samsung Tab.

    These competitors have got to take quality and overall user experience a lot more serious if they are going to lure the non-techie consumer into their camp. This is where Apple is killing them right now.





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  • tvguru
    Sep 25, 11:23 AM
    Was 2 Gb of RAM previously required for the Mac Pro? Seems odd you need more RAM on the beefier computer.:confused:



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  • rhett7660
    Apr 1, 08:42 AM
    Greedy content distributors.

    Surely they want more money.

    I think I am going to have to agree with you on this one. I have a snarkly feeling they are going to want to re-negotiate their contract to include money's from this now!





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  • gkarris
    Mar 27, 09:57 PM
    Best Buy had their 3DS kiosk setup today.

    It's pretty cool...

    Pilot Wings was running on it - it essentially adds depth to the titles. You can turn the 3D off if you want - the graphics and screen still look great!

    It was a bit hard to play as it was down low for kids to play with as well...

    Gonna wait to see what Black Friday sales there are (want to pick up Starfox with it) - it's going to be a pretty hot item this holiday season... ;)



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  • brepublican
    Aug 28, 01:18 PM
    I don't care to argue about the effectiveness of the adds. But I will say that the Angel/Devil one was kinda stupid. It didn't even advertise Macs. I think I am tiring of the format of the commercials. I would like to see one show just what can be done with OS X.
    I thought it was just me, but I am stumped by that one. Its kinda... just... stupid? :confused:





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  • w_parietti22
    Sep 14, 04:59 PM
    I find it funny that people come here for medical advice! :rolleyes: ever heard of a Doctor? :p



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  • thisisahughes
    Mar 23, 01:15 PM
    I figured this would be coming once I seen the Pioneer VSX-1021-K.





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  • carlgo
    Nov 18, 10:52 AM
    Great, now they will seal up all the doors and windows at Foxconn and cavity search the employees when the are allowed out. And some employees will just mysteriously disappear.



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  • sebastianlewis
    May 28, 03:51 PM
    I don't have much time right now (I'm kind of in class at the moment) but I think I figured out how to edit categories, just edit the category page like any normal page, I'm going to test it out with a new category later when I have more time to figure out how to delete my test category after creating it (yes I'm very new to wiki editing).

    Anybody care to confirm this before 4:30 PM Pacific time and save me some trouble?

    Sebastian





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  • socamx
    Nov 21, 05:29 PM
    yea, their website looks like it was from 1998...

    Least the page is valid code unlike websites from 1998. ;x

    Bet my G5 could make a lot of free electricity with that chip. ^^



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  • simsaladimbamba
    Apr 22, 05:38 PM
    1. Real men ride Harleys.

    And Mac users consider themselves as computer savy, LOL! They prefer a simple OS that a monkey could use. Now that's savy.

    Opposed to all the people deleting items from their Docks and Sidebar?
    Or the people not able to even use Windows, which is more complicated?
    And what does "computer savvy" mean?





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  • Kwill
    Dec 28, 01:27 PM
    In other words, no one asked really knows the reason but could not keep their lips from moving.





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  • gammamonk
    Nov 11, 09:26 PM
    初めましてパソコンです。 - Nice to meet you, I'm a PC (Personal Computer).

    初めましてMacです。   - Nice to meet you, I'm a Mac.

    ぅ? あなたもパソコンですよね。 - Eh? You're also a PC.

    うん、でも皆Macと呼んでるね。 - Yeah, but everybody calls me Mac.

    何かあなたと区別じゃないですか、友達みたいで。 - Is there anything to distinguish you from your friends? (Other computers)

    皆家で僕をPrivateに使うから親しみやすのかな。 - Everyone can use me privately in their home, so I'm very friendly.

    なるほど、私ビジネスくらい関係ばかりですから何か特別呼びなら欲しいです。 I see, since I do pretty much all business stuff, is there a name for me?

    仕事での付き合いがMainなら、ワークってどうかな。 Your association is mainly with work, how about we call you "Work."

    マックとワーク。。。マック!  Mac and Work... Mac!





    WestonHarvey1
    Apr 6, 09:40 PM
    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.

    You *can* touch type on an iPad, though. I type long emails on it without looking at the screen. I wonder if people just assume you can't, so they don't try.





    backspinner
    Nov 21, 04:31 PM
    a problem will be that it needs a thermal difference to work





    nagromme
    Nov 6, 12:34 PM
    The iPhone has a power source, unlike a typical card or keyfob, so I would think it could implement active RFID instead of passive.

    In other words, have it ONLY functional when powered on, unlike the tag in an RFID card. Then it can be optional and up to the user—best of both worlds. Convenience AND privacy. I could accept a tiny battery drain for that flexibility.

    And if you’re paranoid about whether it REALLY is turned off when it says, then you may as well be paranoid about whether there already IS a chip in your iPhone (and your shoes and your coffee) that they’re not telling you about :)

    (I’d be interested to know whether active RFID could do what nkawtg72 suggested above: alert you when the tag is read. Can it know that a read has taken place or is it just a steady broadcast in one direction? A beep/vibrate would be a nice step up from what a simple card can do.)





    i.mac
    Apr 21, 02:18 PM
    4S. I like the name, and it makes sense to keep continuity with the previous naming scheme (3GS). I guess we'll see a true iPhone 5 next summer.

    Agree... The 's' is for any thing that you want...

    S= speedy, snazzy, stupendous, supper, sassy, spot-on, statiscally-supper-spot-on, supercalifragilisticexpialidocious...





    davidjearly
    Dec 18, 08:56 AM
    There's already a thread on this. Just as I did in that one, I think it's incredibly sad. The irony in what the RATM croud are trying to achieve is particularly amusing.



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