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  • Chundles
    Nov 10, 03:08 PM
    The more I hear about Leopard (or even DON'T hear), the more excited I get to watch every last little bit of Vistas thunder stolen by it. You absolutely know Mr. Jobs is keenly aware of the opportunity to make M$ look like a bunch of schmucks here.

    It's like that 4-foot-tall bully kid in 8th grade who winds up getting the tar beat out of him as soon as he hits High School.


    You do realise that Vista's thunder is only being stolen amongst the Mac users. Don't kid yourself, the release of Vista is going to be the biggest thing in software releases in the world's media this year. Leopard is small change compared to the massive amounts of press that MS are going to drum up for Vista.

    My list of releases in terms of press coverage:

    1. Vista
    2. Office 2007
    3. Adobe Creative Suite 3
    4. Mac OSX 10.5 Leopard

    Don't get me wrong, I'm a great Mac fan but you just can't seriously think that the next release of OSX is going to steal any press thunder from the long-awaited new version of Windows. The press will eat up anything MS feeds it, they'll hail all the features we've had for years that have finally made it into Vista as the most innovative and fresh ideas and this is why Apple won't be releasing until at least March.

    Come March, any press stories about Vista troubles will be at their peak after new adopters have had it on their systems for a month and any bugs will be showing themselves. It's then that Apple need to get OSX into the mind of the public.

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  • dr_lha
    Nov 2, 03:01 PM
    I would prefer to see Apple connect with an EVDO carrier... Apple Airport extreme cards with EV-DO?

    Thank god they got rid of cingular, or visa versa... TOO SLOOOOW. :D

    It would make no sense for Apple to go with a CDMA technology though. GSM is used by almost everyone in the world bar a few markets. With a GSM phone they have the whole European market for phones for example, with a CDMA phone they have a market limited to mainly Verizon and the few other carriers around the world who use CDMA (IIRC, some in S. Korea, some in Brazil and perhaps some other in North and South America).

    Apple most likely don't want to have to make loads of different phones, so I'd expect the iPhone to be GSM Quad Band, therefore covering the largests possible market for mobile phones.

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  • chrmjenkins
    Apr 4, 10:05 PM
    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) Mobile/8G4)

    iDevice predictability comes from annual schedules. I'm going to favor the schedule over any rumor, regardless of whether it corroborates or disagrees with that schedule.

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  • Mr. Retrofire
    Mar 13, 12:41 PM

    My desktop on and off since my summer trip to Norway. This view was seen when leaving the fjords and remains one of the most beautiful thing's I've ever seen.

    Not up for sharing though, it's all mine!

    Nice desktop. The sea level is not exactly horizontal. Correct it with Photoshop! Btw, the color distribution looks also flat. I'm sure you can enhance it a bit more.

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  • Popeye206
    Apr 12, 06:05 AM
    Can we get some MAC rumors this is absolutely ridiculous, the mac mini and iMac are over due for updates and you still prune the web for the smallest hint about a product that has just been re-released.

    I realize your trying to generate traffic but this is getting increasingly low.

    The front page is filled with iOS information and a little on FCP and the new Adobe suite.

    Where are the MAC rumors. :mad:

    Seems like a slow rumor time all the way around.... but I'm sure there will be tons of good ones soon as the WDC heats up. I would think with Lion coming, WDC could bring us some new Macs too.

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  • darknite38
    Apr 10, 11:52 PM
    Sounds interesting, but unlikely.

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  • bowens
    Aug 8, 03:29 PM
    I can't get the video to play at all. I have been trying all day. I have also tried downloading with the suggested programs and they don't even start. This sucks.

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  • breal8406
    Dec 27, 12:03 AM
    I'm going to MacWorld. I bought a user pass a few weeks ago. Dad followed suit since I've been home from school (30 mins from SF). So he got us tickets for 1 night at the Marriott down the street from Moscone! Paid BIG bucks for the hotel room thought...I felt kinda bad...

    Oh well...Stevenote alone should be worth the sacrifice. I'm really exicited..

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  • Hastings101
    Mar 29, 08:12 AM
    When I did folding@home on a computer I did it on an 1.42 ghz eMac, nothing compared to what you guys use now :p but it was the only thing I had at the time.

    Right now I use my PS3 running 24/7 as my folding machine.

    I've never been big on Folding@home, I'd rather donate money or my time to an organization (I'm not bashing Folding@Home though, I think it's a great thing, it just doesn't interest me personally).

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  • mrichmon
    Apr 18, 10:51 PM
    I am wishing for help and advice deciding what type of hardware to purchase for a 30TB server. It must meet the following requirements:

    � 30TB RAID (Redundancy important for backup purposes)

    One thing you should consider is that using a RAID array is not a backup strategy. A RAID array will help guard against a failed hard drive though at the expense of increased overall risk.

    Individual hard drives have a probability of failure that is expressed as a "Mean Time Before Failure" (MTBF). Typically the MTBF for a hard drive is in the thousands of hours (eg MTBF = 500000 operation hours). With a single volume stored on one hard disk then the volume is dependent on a single hard drive so the MTBF for that volume is equal to the MTBF for the hard disk. With a volume stored on a RAID array the volume is dependent on some number of hard drives. With every additional drive in the RAID array the probability of a hard drive failure in the array increases.

    With the right RAID levels you can guard against these hard drive failures and provide recoverability of the data. But being able to recover the data by rebuilding an array is not a backup strategy. RAID will also provide much faster average data rates than the bare storage media will provide. (This was the original motivation for developing RAID approaches.)

    If you have 30TB of data that you care about then you might want to consider a backup strategy that will protect against:

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  • utazdevl
    Sep 29, 05:26 PM
    Not working for me - I'm getting "Router incompatible" even though Elgato says the Apple Airport Express is fine.

    "Ensure NAT-PMP and UPnP are activated." Didn't realise I'd need an IT degree...

    Or did I just spend $4.99 for an app I cannot use?

    Cannot believe that this will not work because I have an Airport Extreme Wireless base.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 26, 05:49 PM
    The front of the white iphone looks neat. The back is rather hideous.

    Perhaps they should make it white on one side and black on the other.

    Then again people wil argue which side should be white and which should be black.


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  • gottalovemacs
    Apr 7, 02:18 PM
    Some of you are talking about how stupid is to rant about it because for example in an action movie some cars could be destroyed and it is a waste too. i agree but anyway a movie or somehting like that is entertainment... but please you can't call this program entertainment.. it is just crap. No for iPad but for anything the guy destroyed with a certain value in money.... This is just my opinion, but this is incredibly stupid not just for iPad.

    I found it very entertaining to watch an iPad getting blended into dust!;) Also it was his $500, he should be able to do what he wants with it!

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  • ghostlyorb
    Mar 29, 07:52 PM
    haha.. here we go again!

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  • spaz8
    Apr 18, 08:42 AM
    ive been waiting for iweb2.0 to convert my website over to that, so that i can update it painlessly, and more frequently.. i think there was a rumor that ilife and iwork were no longer gonna have a year association with thier names.. no idea if were gonna see these products in June or October.

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  • Porco
    Nov 17, 07:32 PM
    Can i just mention something??

    I'm a musician and am very well acquainted with notation software such as sibelius 4 and Finale. What on earth would be the point in having a piano keyboard interface?? The range can't really be more than an octave, which is rather useless when writing... And even then, just to use it as an imput method would be so much slower then just typing the names of notes. Now one can press the letter 'a' and an A (the note) will be displayed. When using such software, it's not the note imput that takes the time, it's the changing of note values, and adding instructions and markings to the score. for this, the piano keyboard would be useless. What, so every time you want to write a new italian tempo marking, you have to switch to a keyboard?? sucks.

    Oh, and some people may say that it could midi record and notate what you play... but this rarely works well and even then you're stuck with the range of probs just over an octave.

    Thoughts welcome.

    I play guitar mainly, and although I can tap out melodies easily enough on a keyboard I am not proficient enough [yet] to play it a standard anywhere near my guitar playing. I also don't read/write notation (and have no particular desire to - call me a philistine if you wish!). So for people like me who want to be able to input/record notes live, it would sure beat mapping the notes to the qwerty-board. Presumably this idea could use something to make it velocity sensitive too. I think someone else mentioned using it to trigger stuff off in a live setting too. Plus this is ONE idea for something that could have many uses - if you don't see the point, fine, don't use it, you could use it for something else, like assigning pre-set value changes etc to already-input notes for example :)

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  • paduck
    Apr 11, 02:59 PM
    Thank you all for your help so far! I'm getting closer to some conclusions thanks to you!
    The speed of my internet connection has been brought up a couple times, I have a T1 connection and plenty of bandwidth.


    � These look great, but I'm thinking I might be able to build something to meet my needs for less money. I have the skills to put a server together and set it up, this is just my first time creating a rig from the ground up. Thoughts?

    In answer to your earlier question about memory, if are just pushing files, maybe email and calendars to ten users (usually 2 or three), you probably don't "need" more than 8GB. You could go with 16GB. Don't get the memory from Apple as you will pay a premium. That is an easy cost saver there, but it only costs $400 to take it to 16GB, so on a $25k project, that might not be too much.

    I'm not sure what you mean by "T1" for network connection. If it is a traditional T1, that is only about 1.5Mbps - which isn't really that fast. I have 20Mbps down/4 Mbps up from my cable company (but that is for residential use). Up speed is going to be important if you are serving files.

    If I were building a rig for a business, I would try to get as much stuff that is turnkey as possible rather than building major parts myself. Time is money and you will spend a lot of time building a rig - and then having to maintain it. You are better off investing in one of the (expensive) arrays listed about (or similar). You just plug it into a rack and your MacPro and you will be good to go. Plus, at least a couple of those listed had redundant power supplies, etc. That is going to give you a lot of confidence in system availability (downtime, which is also money).

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  • Socratic
    Apr 22, 11:24 PM
    if i'm paying for a digital subscription, there's no reason why i should also have to look at ads.

    i can see why there are ads for a print edition, due to printing costs, paper, and shipping, but none of those exist for a digital edition.

    It's the other way around - the cover price more or less covers the cost of paper et al, and the major revenue comes off advertising. Even if it costs only 1% of the paper price to create the e-version, the firm isn't going to accept $1 or $2 from your subscription in lieu of the maybe $3-5 it makes (per copy) from selling the ad space.

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  • Kieranic
    Mar 10, 11:08 PM
    Put together a wallpaper featuring the album artwork for the new Michael Jackson single, Hollywood Tonight (The music video came out last night as well :D).


    Aug 7, 04:18 PM
    HAHA... the Im a PC part is great!

    Feb 6, 11:38 AM
    About 18 months ago, I switched to Mac mainly because of visits to the retail Apple store as well as the online one. I guess I was just persuaded. I was upset with Windows because of everything about it (it wouldn't let me update at all, I get an error message every 5 minutes, takes 5 minutes to start up and 30 seconds to open an application, some apps stop working). After I did switch I felt ecstatic. Truthfully, they just work.
    I'm not a developer or an advanced Mac user, but there are a few smudges in Mac OS X that needed to be cleaned. Just a few minor details.

    Grid stacks need smaller icons or at least adjustable. When fanning out they seem a little choppy (slow frame rate).
    With the smaller and smaller screens like the 11 inch mba, the right side of the menu bar should be changed to allow more icons to be visible without eliminating them. idk how though.
    I never use dashboard. I think because it's just not easy to use. For example, the calculator on dashboard has way less features then the calculator app. The translator widget doesn't work the same as google translate. Dictionary widget isn't as good as dictionary app. The clock is useless. So change the dashboard some how.
    I've heard complaints about spotlight. I guess that could use a refresh.
    I've had troubles with subscripts and superscripts. Is it possible to get a simple keyboard shortcut to get any character as a sub/superscript when typing into anything. I understand there is this for iWork but I want this available in any app.
    I want to be able to work easily between Windows and Mac file systems easily, read, write and all that, between wireless networks anyway.

    Apr 17, 05:50 AM
    They think Macs can get viruses :eek:

    Maybe it's unusual for Mac's to get viruses, but it doesn't stop them being a conduit to others that can.

    Aug 17, 08:37 PM
    I hope Apple isn't going to sell these movies at the same quality as their current video downloads.

    As of now, the only thing they are good for are iPods; on a computer screen it looks terrible.Here here. They are even encoding HD 16x9 TV Shows in 4x3 - unbelieveable. For last year being the year of HD, the iTunes Store Video Encode Department apparently didn't get the memo. :( :confused:I, for one, dont think I'll ever download a movie off iTMS. I was downloading the 1hr + pilot for Psych the other day and that took forever... I'm only excited about the new 'Pods that are bound to be part of such an announcementMe too. Yeah that Psych Pilot was originally tranmitted in HD 16 x 9. So I was shocked to find when I opened it that it is in 4x3. An excellent looking encode. But the completely and lamely wrong aspect ratio. Really shocked me to find nobody caught that on the way in. Looks like the encoders never watch TV.

    Oct 12, 10:02 PM
    Well... I'm not the Demi-god.... yet :D

    What are you waiting for? Becoming a demi/contributor is the best possible way to spend $25. :D :)

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