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  • Mattie Num Nums
    Apr 28, 09:24 AM
    I would assume the execution has already happened. That's what the fandroids would tell us. They're always right, you know.

    This is why every article turns into a fight. Why fling mud for no reason.

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  • macbwizard
    Sep 12, 11:27 AM
    Yup, that's a legit address

    Check out http://events.apple.com.edgesuite.net/aug_2006/event/index.html which is a link to the WWDC keynote.

    A few digg comments have stated that edgesuite is owned by akamai who scales traffic for apple.

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  • Cougarcat
    Sep 12, 12:34 PM
    Oh dear, I feel sorry for Cover Flow. Apple even ripped the name.

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 27, 10:17 AM
    I figured they were talking about network traffic as well. Where would they get the road traffic information from users? I'd like to see a quality turn-by-turn navigation feature become a standard offering and improved traffic info would be a nice plus.

    I didn't interpret it as network traffic. What would be the purpose of "a crowd sourced traffic service"? If the goal is to provide "an improved traffic service", how does that relate to network traffic? Tell Apple which hotspots are overloaded? With what end goal?

    On the other hand, I don't know how Apple could be accurately collecting vehicle traffic data without pinpointing the location of your iPhone (e.g. on a local highway) so I guess there's room for interpretation.

    As for turn-by-turn GPS, I just bought Navigon and I'm quite pleased with it so far.

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  • motulist
    Oct 19, 12:45 PM
    ... I also hope they include built in anti-virus and anti-spyware. I know there isn't much of either for the Mac but it would be great for marketing and the day when something bad does appear.

    Actually, I think the fact that they don't even have a need for those things yet is much more of a selling point than if they were built in. The selling point is that OS X is secure right out of the box with the built in firewall and what not.

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  • vniow
    Jan 10, 11:29 AM
    it'd be great to know who is who :)

    Here, if someone can update the rest of it I'd be grateful. :o


    Also: we discovered that there's a registration table set up right in front of the designated Horseshoe booth. Don't let that deter you... you can walk behind the table to get to the booth.

    Yeah, I was wondering what idiot decided to put a table right there. :rolleyes:

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  • SuperCachetes
    Apr 7, 11:48 PM
    Thats because you are NOT a Ukrainian Nationalist - a Independent and Soverign Ukraine.. Ukraine for Ukrainians only.

    Sieg Heil.

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  • kevin.rivers
    Jul 12, 10:59 PM
    Crap I planned on buying one of these... :mad:

    Yeah, I recommended them to a few people as well as my g/f. Sucks. :mad:

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  • Thomas Veil
    Mar 16, 12:44 PM
    Why does Lee continue to bury his head in the sand and ignore the FACTS that conservatives give FAR more money, time, blood to charity than liberals do. They also give a higher percentage of their own wealth to charity. Since you don't cite any source, I can only take a guess, but if you're making $150k a year, maybe you can afford to give more money than someone who's scraping by on $24,000 a year?

    (I wonder, if you're a Republican, how likely is it that that charity is a not-for-profit that you own yourself that channels money back to the Republican party? ;) )

    Only people who think government is the solution to all of our problems care about other people.

    Oh what a tangled web we weave.Did you recite that last part to Scott Walker?

    As to the former, you'd have a hard time convincing anyone that the way Republicans have behaved in the last decade has anything to do with "pulling together". They're all about tearing apart.

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  • Solo500
    Sep 12, 02:11 PM
    Yeah, there was a blue version;) , and a magenta version:o, then the green version:D .

    I think this is cross posted by accident. The colors refer to the iTunes logo color, not the Shuffles.

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  • Eraserhead
    Mar 16, 06:59 AM
    The Japanese are very law abiding. They don't even jaywalk.

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  • wpotere
    Apr 15, 08:44 AM
    Schools always have police around so it could easily be taken away but why would a school have the right to take something away. I never had this problem in college but in high school they tried to take my iPhone and I wouldn't let them. I said they have no right to take it, they called the police down to the class I was in but by the time they arrived the school days just barely ended. Everything turned out ok.

    For you it turned out fine... That time... If you are asked to give it up, be reasonable and ask if you may retrieve it at the end of the day. If you put up a fight they may think you are up to something and it can get worse. The OP stated he did nothing wrong, so just give it up until the end of the day and then simply take it home. Pick your battles wisely. If you want to change that policy, do it the right way.

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  • cube
    Apr 11, 11:00 AM
    How would you like "transparent carbon" ?

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  • iPhone1
    Mar 5, 09:34 AM
    Got tired of Mt. Fuji.

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  • Eraserhead
    Dec 2, 08:57 AM
    CNN made it sound like it could be done with all ipods....

    CNN are Mac users too, so it's slightly suprising (they use iChat for video conferencing AFAIK) and the web browser CNN use in weather/tech ad's is Safari (or was last summer when i last watched CNN.).

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  • OllyW
    Apr 4, 11:30 AM
    As a developer, I don’t care if it has a cellular radio or not... so iPad and iPod need to be counted too, unless you’re studying carriers alone.

    I'm sorry, but I don't see what's wrong with a survey of mobile phone sales only including mobile phones.

    You should be looking at other analysis for the information you want.

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  • acearchie
    Apr 13, 04:35 AM
    Couple good blogs about the presentation and what we do and do not know about FCP X so far.

    FCP X is shown to the world. Flashy things are seen, questions are asked (http://provideocoalition.com/index.php/ssimmons/story/fcp_x_is_shown_to_the_world._flashy_things_are_seen_questions_are_asked/)

    New FCP X is really Not So New (http://www.mikejones.tv/journal/2011/4/13/new-fcp-x-is-really-not-so-new.html)


    Thanks for the links. Hopefully when Apple updates the website we’ll have some more answers! Sadly that probably won’t happen until closer to the release date!

    Really good write up here: http://www.larryjordan.biz/app_bin/wordpress/archives/1452#utm_source=feed&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=feed

    One of the editors that had a sneak peek a few weeks ago and now can reveal all!

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  • Nuc
    Apr 10, 07:11 PM
    I've been looking at the same setup but start off with maybe 8Gbs and expand from there. The following website is what I've been looking at: http://lime-technology.com/

    I'm looking at the server that has 12 bays. I don't know how all this stuff works yet...but I'm learning. There is also a forum that has a lot of good info.

    Keep us posted on what you decide.

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  • buffalo
    Jan 18, 05:35 AM
    Hasn't there been talk of an Apple Event on the 30th? (Or have I been mis-reading?)

    I haven't seen anything, but I could have missed it. January 30th is a Tuesday, so it is possible an event could be held that day.

    Mar 29, 10:28 AM
    Why patent something if you have no intent of developing? It hinders progress.

    It's called licensing. You create/think of a really neat/innovative way of doing something yet you don't have tons of money (or ambition) to actually turn it into a product, market it, sell it, support it, etc.

    Lots of patents are created so that the owner can sell/license the patent to vendors/manufacturers/companies who want to use it.

    Sep 12, 12:19 PM
    Start small, end big. Why would they want to start big and end small?

    I know, but new iPod games, a new Nano case, some slightly bigger iPods and a video streaming device + the iTunes movie store? Well it's barely worth sitting here for. ;)

    Apr 19, 12:55 PM
    That's not how steam works. When you purchase something through steam, you can download and install it as many times as you want. If your computer crashes, all you have to do is reinstall steam log into your account and redownload it. This is one of the reasons why steam is so popular.

    as far as the price. $50 for games is standard, especially for pc ( and I guess now mac ). It costs millions of dollars to make and promote a game. Most games for consoles are $60 and there PC counterpart are $50 because both microsoft and sony take $10 off each sale. If you are concerned with the length of the game, go read a few reviews and they will all tell you the game is much much longer then the original, plus it includes a co-op mode with different levels. $50 seems pretty good to me.

    Also, it's supply/demand. Millions of people are going to go out and spend $50 on the game, so why not sell it at $50? The nice thing about steam is, if you can find it cheaper elsewhere, you can still install it on your PC/Mac and play it through steam. But a lot of people are willing to pay the $5 extra to get the convenience of not needing to ship or wait in a line to buy the game.

    the streaming distribution of the game is much cheaper then phyiscal copy distribution. I just saying they can add an incentive to make people download it, and they make more MONEY. Which is a given they are making alot more per digital copy sold compared to phyiscal copy sold. There is sizible production cost with making phyiscal copy, distributing to retailers, and then giving cut to retailer who selling it. Especially as the title gets older and retailer take more on each sale.

    Currently, I noted that it is cheaper to buy physical copy then it is to buy digital copy. That shouldn't be the case. And I believe eventually wont be the case in future for software. I not debating that there are costs involved with making these games, I am debating what the streaming model should look like. It show be cheaper.:o

    Apr 15, 08:26 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    The point is, I wasn't doing anything wrong, I was getting on with work. I accept they may have rules against this, I'm not denying what I was doing was against his rules.

    You have made no point. You WERE doing something wrong by bringing a laptop on to campus which is forbidden. Whatever else you were doing is pointless. Nobody is saying that you were up to anything malicious, but you broke the rules and there is a price for that. As for "his" rules, I think you mean the "schools" rules. By bringing it down to this one person you are minimizing the severity of it. This is a campus policy that was likely put in place by the school board, he was just enforcing it.

    If you don't like this rule, then you should go to the board and try to fight it.

    Nov 9, 08:39 PM
    It's not just Rosetta. Office on my G4 opens in about half the time it used to on previous versions of 10.4

    First open takes about 4 bounces to the Project Gallery, subsequent openings are maybe 2 bounces. Much quicker than before.

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