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  • PlaceofDis
    Oct 23, 09:28 AM
    I think it's best if Vista is avoided altogether. The best way to avoid problems with Microsoft is not to give them any money and not to load any of their software on your computer.

    At work here we just discovered that upgrading to Internet Exploder 7 causes two of our most important Internet based products to not work properly. They ever heard about backwards compatibility or testing at Microsoft? Just reinforces my reasoning for not sending Microsoft almost $300 to subject myself to their newest software fiasco. I think I'll do something more rewarding and pleasurable like jab a Bic pen into the palm of my hand.

    while it would be nice to live in a world where everything Microsoft made could easily be avoided, its certainly not the best solution at all for some people and their jobs/careers/etc. If you need compatibility with Windows, then you need it to get things done. XP will be fine for the vast majority of people right now, but eventually people are going to want to upgrade to Vista for a variety of reasons, and knowing that you'll have to re-boot to run vista for the lower-level versions is an issue. Microsoft isn't the best company, but we live in a world where their products are used by so many people that it can't be avoided.

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  • enda1
    Jul 25, 11:49 AM
    Anyone considered how this (technically) will work? How will the iPod detect where your hands are?

    I seem to remember a rumour about apple developing a display which emebdded motion sensors or CCD's between the pixels in a screen. Could this be what they will use to see/sense what you are doing.

    As an aside, it would be cool if they could inplement this into all their screens. How cool for flicking between pics of a laptop of changing songs in itunes.. endless posibilities!

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  • Waybo
    Apr 4, 04:57 PM
    This is the absolute worst winter in the New England states ... I am disenchanted by any more snow and look forward to some warmth...

    I keep going back to this iris ... the rich colors of spring popping out against the monotone stalks that feels so much like winter. I'm really glad you took the extra effort to keep the hint of color in the back flower as well. My 3" high daffodils were buried in 8" of snow on Thursday. It's all gone now, but I, too, and waiting for spring to arrive in New Hampshire!

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  • ideal.dreams
    Oct 25, 07:04 PM


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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    Apr 25, 02:59 AM
    How did they find out that she's a transgender? It's not like women's restrooms have urinals...

    Sometimes it's pretty easy to spot trans people. It can be difficult to convincingly look like the opposite sex.

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  • ArchaicRevival
    Apr 14, 04:57 AM
    I'll see it when I believe it. :rolleyes:


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  • kevin.rivers
    Jul 24, 04:55 PM
    Tuesday is coming, don't forget to bring a hat.

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  • archer75
    Apr 25, 02:46 PM
    I really don't think that the 6870 will be in the 27 inch version. The current card (5750) has a power draw of 86 watts. The 6870 has a draw of 151 watts. Too much heat.,2446-15.html

    You're looking at the desktop cards. Imacs use laptop GPU's.

    The 5750 in the current imac is actually a 5850m. A 6850m is actually slower than that. They will need a 6950m or 6970m to be an upgrade.


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  • iliketyla
    Apr 26, 07:13 PM
    I worked at McDonald's for a couple months when I was in high school. I was never "trained" not to intervene in conflicts. It never even came up.

    But just being who I am I can tell you right now I would've thrown those bi***** through those windows if I saw them molly whopping on an individual who wasn't fighting back.

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  • monke
    Jul 11, 02:54 PM
    Before this comes out, Apple is going to have to let consumers know that they make the iPod. Not Microsoft.

    Some people may think it's the new iPod, judging by the picture on engadget, and this thread/article posted earlier ( saying that most people don't know the iPod is made by Apple.

    If people think this 'Micropod' is the new iPod it could be over for Apple, unless they release something at the same time.

    BTW, about the picture posted on engadget, the buttons look '3G iPodish'. Maybe Microsoft is going to try and play catch up with MP3 players now :p edit: missed bcharna's post


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  • Evangelion
    Oct 19, 08:53 AM
    So what are you expecting?

    I'm not expecting anything really. I'm just disputing the claim that re-designed MacPro is "innovative". And it seems that you are agreeing with me.

    In case you hadn't noticed, pretty much everything in the computer industry had been done before, or can be seen as an adaption of something else. So by your definition, there are no new ideas and therefore no innovation anywhere. Which leads me to ask, what innovative things are you looking for, that you feel you can criticize Apple for not being innovative enough?

    Apple HAS innovated, and I'm not claiming otherwise. I merely said that the things the original poster listed were NOT innovative. And it seems that you are agreeing with me. So what are you complaining about? Because I said something that is 100% fact?

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  • bcaslis
    Apr 21, 07:06 PM
    I don't buy it.

    Again, the link:

    So your link is to an article where the writer has no clue why it wasn't done? Not very useful. Again, I don't get why people don't get this. A backlight keyboard takes more room. Not a lot but some. The new MBAs are thinner with larger batteries than the first. Seems pretty reasonable it wouldn't fit. Note this is Apple, which do you think they would chose, thinner or a backlight keyboard?


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  • Rowbear
    Apr 14, 08:58 PM

    Awesomely surreal ... Lovely light and the mist adds drama to the scene. Great shot :)

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  • mhof
    Mar 16, 09:29 AM
    Good luck guys. I ended up going to the gym instead of SCP this morning as I wasn't sure if I'd be there early enough.


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  • joecatz
    Apr 13, 03:34 PM
    I bought a second apple TV for my bedroom, instead of buying a new TV, or a blu ray player, or another gizmo etc... so I could watch MLBTV and netflix, and have the ability to download movies occasionally.

    I would happily pay for a new apple TV again this year and take the old one and hjook it up to one fo the other 3 televisions my house, if the features and upgrades were worth it to me.

    Airplay is amazing.

    I'll spend another 700 bucks on a new Ipad in another year or two, and will buy a new Iphone every two years.

    I won't spend more than $1500 on a 55 inch television, and I won't even buy one until mine breaks. People buy televisions every 5 to 10 years. Apple isn't getting into the TV business.

    Unless they plan on re-inventing the television, the way they did the radio, stereo, record player, telephone, dvd player, vcr, computer, newspaper, magazine and book.

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  • Clive At Five
    Jul 25, 10:15 AM
    And this is exactly why we will know in advance the arrival of the iPhone. If the FCC must approve it, someone will find the filling online a month before its release.

    ...and by a month, I meant a day





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  • DMann
    Oct 1, 11:53 PM
    Don't believe everything you read on the web, this is 100% not true. If Apple was in the business of limiting devices sales to the US market, Verizon would have been a great option. Fortunately, or unfortunately, (depending on how you look at it) GSM is essentially the global standard for 2G, so AT&T or T-mobile would have been the only possible carriers for the iPhonePerhaps you meant not 100% true. I have heard, from multiple sources, that Verizon wanted more influence on the design of the phone, layout of the OS, and structure of apps and distribution, as well as a larger share of profit. If you have information which suggests otherwise, please do tell. As stated before, a GSM carrier makes more sense for a global phone. Now, with its proven success, perhaps Verizon would be more willing to make some concessions for marketing the iPhone in the USA, as this would greatly relieve the bandwidth burden AT&T is currently experiencing.

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  • koobcamuk
    May 4, 06:43 AM
    1) Is this a permanent move to a Fall Release of the iPhone?

    But as this move proves, the June release wasn't permanent either... so none of the dates are permanent, nor ever will be. I suppose you mean, "for a year or two"...?

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 21, 11:04 PM
    um. Huh? They don't seem to be winning much in the U.S. What is the source of your conjecture?

    What have they lost?

    Mar 3, 06:38 PM
    I don't think they're ruling out mental illness.

    Jul 25, 10:04 AM
    Originally Posted by NATO
    I've been checking the UK store (Higher Ed + Normal) since the announcement, the Wireless Mighty Mouse is still not up there. Are you sure you're not confusing the Mighty Mouse with the wired one? ( The Wired Mighty Mouse is is �31.73 H.E, �35.00 Retail)

    Plus, I think we've already had a link to MacWorld showing the price at �49.99

    well it must be available in the uk if macworld have a price, they just haven't updated the store. did the US and canada stores go down before it launched?

    Oct 24, 08:54 AM
    The 17" is cheaper by the way if you opt for the 100GB drive. In the last revision you didn't get a price drop on it. Now you do. With a higher education discount I could get a beast of a machine for the price of a 15" MBP.

    Full of Win
    Apr 24, 09:32 AM
    god what is it with the US and their billion different frequencies

    That is just how we roll.

    Its the same in others places, such as Japan, South Korea and China. In fact, the GSM iPhone 4 had an additional band added specifically for Japanese market.

    Apr 30, 08:58 AM
    Amazon sells mostly LAME encoded 256kbs mp3 files, which are pretty comparable to the AAC files ITMS sells. AAC may have a slight advantage (for example see, but not much.


    When are they gonna start selling lossless??
    Is that true, about the 256bit? I thought they were still 128. That has kept me from even looking at Amazon.
    Agree - christmas music is quite annoying.

    And the selection of Saturnalia music is quite thin.
    Well, since Christmas = Saturnalia, it's all Saturnalia music.

    Top it off Mp3 is smaller at the same bit rate

    And therefore lower quality.

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