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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 12, 09:32 PM
    Even if your assertion is true, did you notice that the keyword in your post is "encouraged" and not "outlawed".

    If France merely "encouraged" Muslim women to forgo the veil and burqa, I think there's very little I would say against such encouragement.

    I don't need to source something that is common knowledge. And did you notice the quotes? Means they did a bit more then just kind of asked.... Do u really think a woman walking around most Muslim countries in shorts and a cut off tee shirt are safe?

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  • stephenmckeague
    Oct 14, 12:01 PM
    LOL @ Princeton - A mere 10th in world university rankings. Far from the impressive 9th of Imperial College :D

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  • iMikeT
    Jul 12, 06:21 PM
    Was the eMac ever available for everyone?

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  • hunkaburningluv
    Apr 19, 06:03 PM
    just a quick note, if you guys have a PS3, buy that version of the game- the PS3 version has steam support and you'll get the windows and mac versions too for free.

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  • Cameront9
    Oct 17, 02:51 PM
    Wait a minute...I think I see your problem. Just click once on you document folder and it will open very quickly.
    what you are doing is simulating a right click (Click and hold the button down). this will bring up a Start menu-like interface).. I think if you right click this will happen instantly, too.... (or maybe it's option-click...I'm not on my mac at the moment, unfortunately). There is SUPPOSED to be a delay when you click and hold like that.

    I've never seen Finder slow... and I'm on the same machine as you are.

    (of course I may have completely misread this and be totally wrong, in which case I would ask what apps you have open, how much memory is on the machine, etc.)

    My comments were not about the merits of OS X vs Windows.

    I have a G4 1.67 mhz 2005 PB. If I hold my cursor down on the documents folder of my dock it takes about 2 - 3 seconds before finder responds.

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  • lewion
    Sep 12, 11:42 AM
    18 minutes peepz :D it better be good

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  • KEL9000
    Nov 2, 04:54 PM
    I'm kind of a newbie to the whole GSM and EV-DO thing. Which is faster EV-DO Revision A or the CINGULAR EDGE network?

    IF a GSM phone or NETWORK is so slow, what good is it? E-mail? How are we going to run Mobile iChat on our new Apple iPhones if we are running on a slow network?

    edge was att wireless' stop gap effort for 2G GSM. GSM is dead. EDGE was dead a few years ago. CDMA based EVDO or UMTS are minimum requirements for next generation wireless applications. Cingular has chosen UMTS and has said publicly that they have no interest in supporting 4G efforts. Verison and Sprint use EVDO for their 3G network which is faster than UMTS. I would have to hope and guess that since EVDO is becoming the 3G defacto standard apple would chose it.

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  • ArchaicRevival
    Apr 10, 08:08 PM
    Awesome title indeed! But I wouldn't actually buy the book. I've got Wikipedia :)

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  • joe8232
    Sep 12, 10:59 AM
    When i click on the link for the quicktime stream it does say live stream paused. would this indicate that it is a live stream? What time is the event starting?

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  • sciwizam
    May 4, 01:28 PM
    For people wanting to keep track of their location history:

    Enable Google Latitude and check back at https://www.google.com/latitude/history for all the location history you want.

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  • Adey
    Oct 20, 04:01 AM
    What century are you living in? we've moved passed Li-ion; onto Li-po's now. Do you even know what an OS is?

    It was a joke. Li-Ion. As in "Lion" (the animal in the picture..?)

    Never mind, most people got it.

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  • MattSepeta
    Apr 12, 02:03 PM
    In some cases, yes.

    Which ones? Do tell. Are non-Muslims not allowed to drink alcohol? Are non-Muslims forced to perform obeisance five times a day?

    Why should you know? You'd have to ask her, not that it's any of your business. Who knows if "the male" in Western cultures actually wants to wear a suit and tie?

    Are you arguing for argument's sake? I don't know what you are getting at here...

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  • unsunder
    Dec 2, 02:07 AM
    I'm pretty sure my phone already does the same thing.

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  • Matty-p
    Apr 13, 11:53 AM
    Who is your provider please? That's a lot cheaper than I've been quoted :D

    Edit: To keep my post on topic, OP you may want to have a look at this (http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1045086) (although it seems a bit OTT spec-wise), this (http://www.simplynas.com/data-robotics-drobopro-48tb-business-bundle---3-x-drobo-pros-and-24-x-2tb-hitachi-seagate-sata-ii-drives.aspx) (how cheap NAS storage can be) and this (http://blog.backblaze.com/2009/09/01/petabytes-on-a-budget-how-to-build-cheap-cloud-storage/) (just because ;))

    Attach a server to serve the storage and terminate VPN connections and you should have a working solution for a reasonable cost.
    have sent you a pm

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  • studentmac
    Mar 13, 04:20 AM
    My favourite car of all time:

    http://img192.imageshack.us/img192/412/audirs4desktop.th.png (http://img192.imageshack.us/i/audirs4desktop.png/)

    (Just for fun, anyone notice anything peculiar about this pic?)

    It's a model?

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  • jaw04005
    Nov 30, 06:44 PM
    Space is the biggest problem...

    Damn this Kinect is one greedy mofo in regards to space. I could not use it in my own room due to lack of space, the same room where Move & Wii both have no issues what so ever. This is going to be its biggest problem by far.

    Were talking 10-12 feet for best results. That's quite some distance from your TV and if you have to factor in a room having sofa's & chairs - it soon is evident your going to need a bigger home. Kids can forget this in their bedrooms anyway.

    Once I was able to give it the room it demands it worked great, but as I say without that room - forget it.

    I thought you were just exaggerating, but after buying Kinect this weekend I found out it requires you to place the sensor:

    - within 2 to 6 feet of the floor
    - where the floor is visible to the sensor
    - in a position where there is 6 to 8 feet of "free" space for single player or 8 feet of "free" space for two players
    - centered below or on top of your TV (no angles, TV mount not included)
    - within clear sight (given)
    - well lit area with minimal ambient noise

    Ridiculous. You would need at minimum a 42" HDTV and a radius of 8 feet around the Kinect sensor to play adequately.

    I refuse to complicate my living room setup by putting the 360 in there. So, I guess I"ll just send the damn thing back as there is no possible furniture configuration in my game room to meet those requirements.

    Too bad.

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 11, 10:52 PM
    How about a mini iPad in the 7 inch range coming this year?

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  • andiwm2003
    Jan 9, 07:11 PM
    i miss ilfe 07 and where is iwork 07? i'm not interested in the iphone, itvo r the new airport. while groundbreaking to many there is nothing this year i'm interested in.:(

    anyway, i think the iphone will be a greast success and itv will be successful as well. but i'm more interested in computer and software from apple. c'mon steve!:) i have money to spend!

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  • dan-o-mac
    Nov 15, 04:27 PM
    That's exactly what i got!!!
    I tried the PhotoBooth trick and the noise stoped!!!!

    But i did not have that BEFORE the efi firmware update ....


    to bad it returns once you quit PhotoBooth. :rolleyes:

    Can you post a link with the standard "remove battery" and do a "P-Ram-Reset" routine.

    Apr 12, 01:31 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    If Apple builds it, I will convert!

    Oct 17, 11:22 AM
    People with PCs must not leave their houses much...I've been to coffee shops and airports all over, and it seems about half of the laptops I see are Apple.

    I concurr. Almost every concert I go to now, I see a MacBook on stage. I see mac notebooks everywhere. One thing I hate is when i see people dissuading potential buyers away from macintoshes, simply because Windows is the more common operating system, when most of the time, these are new computer buyers and wouldn't be able to use Wwindows in the first place.

    Apr 27, 11:12 AM
    Maps already has a traffic feature. Just because they are collecting traffic data does not mean they are making a turn-by-turn GPS...

    Oct 6, 09:03 AM
    iDVD -- yes, it should just be a module of iMovie (always should have been). If Apple doesn't want to support Blu-ray on religious grounds, let others do it as a plug in. If you have kids, you want your memories to be archived on physical media, not uploaded for all to see on a public website which could be sunset at any moment. You really expect YouTube to be running in 50 years with all of your uploaded cat videos still intact? I'd rather take my chances I can get an optical player that will still work and play back my DVD and BDs, thank you.
    I expect my DVDs and CDs to be useful decades after my HD storage has died and been replaced multitudes of times. Big HDs and the cloud are wonderfully convenient and are increasing trends but some form of physical storage is going to stick around, even if it is wads of disposable thumb drives.

    I agree with most of your post but the optical media DVD thing...I agree with Apple's unspoken philosophy that these are dying technologies.

    We had stacks of home videos (some even imported from VHS) and photo slideshows that I had meticulously iMovied with titles and transitions and soundtracks, burned to iDVDs with beautiful menus and backgrounds...and guess what. Nobody ever watched them.

    After I got the Gen-1 :apple:TV, all this fruitless work stopped immediately. I simply started copying the raw footage off our various digital movie taking devices right into iTunes, and meticulously tagged as a TV Show called "Family Home Movies" with each year serving as a "season." Now all these videos are readily available on the :apple:TV and everybody scrolls through them with ease and watches them all the time! Plus they are syncable to everybody's iDevices and easily backed up across several hard drives and cloud services. Every couple years when the hard drive fills up, I buy a new one with twice the storage at half the price and keep on filling it. I predict sending each of my kids of to college one day with some future high capacity iGadget filled with a complete copy of all their family memories.

    I don't see that hard drives are inherently less reliable than discs. They each have their achilles heels. You'd want to keep backups of either kind of storage, and hard drive backup workflow is readily automated vs keeping archives of discs. And as you say..."if you have kids" then you also know that kids + discs is a recipe for damage and loss. The odds of multiple simultaneous hard drive and cloud failures deleting all your media at once is slim.

    As storage capacity increases, prices go down, bandwidth improves, cloud storage capacity grows...surely the future is that media of all types will be "stored somewhere" but can be watched anywhere. The new :apple:TV has started to simulate this with its streaming model, Home Sharing, and Airplay (almost to a redundant and reiterative self-referential fault).

    What I do wish Apple would do, if they are phasing out iDVD, is provide a more seamless workflow for management and categorization of personal video content across devices. Steve always demos these beautifully filmed "home movies" of kids snowboarding, fishing, and so on, iMovies them into Hollywood features, then uploads to YouTube. But the iLife suite is goofy in how it handles video locally, which is probably what most people actually want to do instead of, or at least in addition to, YouTube.

    Videos from cameras, even iPhones, get imported into iPhoto, but then do not intuitively sync back across to :apple:TVs or other iDevice video libraries. The user has to know how to move their videos into iTunes, which itself has no category or obvious tagging scheme for "Home Video." The average Joe would not necessarily figure this out. Just this morning my wife (finally) downloaded the >1000 photos & videos off her iPhone 4, then made an album in iPhoto of what she wanted to keep on her iPhone, and correctly told iTunes to sync that album. The videos weren't there at all, completely confounding her. As I tried to explain the process she should have followed with iTunes, her eyes just glazed over. This is not the way the "it just works" :apple: ecosystem should function.

    ETA: How about a dialog that pops up, or a System Preference toggle, that asks if the user wants video from cameras to be imported into iTunes? iDevices should have the option (or default behavior) of moving videos shot on the device into iTunes.app instead of the Photos.app, then syncing back to computer iTunes just as a purchased video would (Voice Memo.app essentially works this way for its audio recordings). And for crying out loud, Apple, PLEASE add a "Home Video" tab to the iTunes sidebar. They are not TV Shows or Movies! I've provided feedback on this all the way back to iTunes 5 or 6. I don't really want my kid's birthday party categorized with "Iron Man 2" or "The Office" (although the TV show thing actually works as a pretty good kludge for my family).

    Mar 7, 05:55 PM
    Well, I can't really complain about the lack of FW because I knew it didn't have it when I chose to buy it. It's the limitations they didn't make obvious that bother me, like Bootcamp.

    But thanks for sharing the "Collectors Edition" title. I like that and I'll be using it from now on.

    I knew it didn't have FW, I just didn't know how much I'd miss it. And the newer sealed longer batteries I think are better. I'm getting ready to sell mine this month. I have an iMac and so we only use the portable for iChat at the breakfast table - grandparents with our kids. The new iPad fixes that.

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