Monday, June 6, 2011

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  • Vogue Harper
    Dec 11, 03:35 AM
    Attended the launch of the McLaren MP4-12C this week here in Qatar. Wallpaper is one of my photos of the car...

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  • charlituna
    Apr 13, 11:14 PM
    I know rumors aren't good to use, but I'm sure there were pre-production parts for the iPhone4 showing up by this time last year, maybe the fact that there isn't gives more credibility to the next version coming later.

    Keep in mind that they totally revamped the form last year. They might not do that this year so the iPhone 5 touchscreen could be the same as the iPhone 4. So these suppliers might not know that they are building parts for the new one

    I disagree, whether you call it a refresh or all new phone, several things must be addressed by Apple in the current model:

    1. replace back glass with metal or carbon fiber enclosure;
    2. replace antenna design;
    3. use 4" screen, even at same resolution;
    4. offer 64gb model.

    Or not. Apple is not required to follow your wish list about any product. No matter how clever you think your ideas

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  • GGJstudios
    May 2, 03:22 PM
    Remove the hyphen or put the search term in quotes: "v-moda" or use MRoogle.

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  • Silas1066
    Dec 28, 03:58 PM
    I have been working with Windows in a networked environment since the Lan Manager days (before NT 3.51)

    Back in the 1990s, NT was a good choice for small to medium-sized businesses. It was easy to deploy, supported a lot of software, and was less expensive than Novell (generally). Apple back then was proprietary, difficult to deploy in large environments, and few apps ran on Macs.

    Things have changed ...

    If you are using GPOs to deploy legacy or proprietary applications to your users, you better get with the times. This is and EVERYTHING in the enterprise should be web-enabled (database portals, CRM software, etc.). GPOs, as I have said earlier, are generally used to lock down users and to plug the many security holes in Windows networks, or they are used to deploy old crappy apps that can't be reached through a browser.

    I am sitting in front of a Mac right now at work. I have MS Office loaded on it for convenience, and I use a number of web enabled applications: Cisco utilities (UCM Manager, ASDM) SolarWinds, Norton Security Suite, and I reach my databases through a SSL proxy and specific web servers on the back-end.

    My Mac is connected to AD throught the Directory Utility. My Mac can do native SMB file sharing if needed.

    I could use a Ubuntu box if I wanted! Where in this environment (which is a pretty big one) am I REQUIRED to use a Windows machine? Why not get rid of the GPOs, the security sweeps, the login scripts, etc. altogether? This is 1990s crap!

    Apple completely overhauled their OS when they went to OSX: this is 21st century technology. Microsoft stuck with the old 32bit architecture that included a registry and lots of legacy code. Windows 7 is a bunch of ginger-bread running on old code. Even Linux blows it away.

    The days of the old tower running Windows sitting on the office desk are going away. We are moving to cloud computing, intelligent tablets (i.e. the iPad) and integrated communications (voice, video, and data).

    Now Apple's support of enterprise customers is another issue, and it does concern me that they discontinued the Xserve. I guess we will have to see how that all plays out.

    But this idea of "can't be done! the world only runs on windows!" is nonsense.


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  • Nedanator
    Sep 5, 04:11 AM
    original, multiple sizes:

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  • HellToupee
    Oct 9, 02:58 PM
    never used Tweetie but I'll give it a try for $2.99


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  • iThinkergoiMac
    Apr 21, 10:11 PM
    What kind of connection is it? Does it show up on other computers?

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  • oakie
    Apr 23, 03:39 PM
    not on the iphone.

    there may be third party apps that do it if your calendar is synced.


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  • hayesk
    Apr 7, 11:08 AM
    I wonder how many of these posts are trolls? I haven't had any issues whatsoever with 4.3.1. I also didn't have any problems with 4.3; battery life has been absolutely stellar and call performance actually improved in 4.3.1.

    The timing of all these "bitching" posts just seems suspicious.

    Oh please - don't be so ignorant as to assume because you don't have any issues, that other people also must not. Do you think your usage of your iPhone is exactly the same as every one else's?

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  • liketom
    Dec 19, 05:12 AM
    here's my first :)


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  • ���h�?
    Oct 23, 05:14 AM
    Love it although i have never found her attractive in the slightest.

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  • rmwebs
    Mar 23, 09:44 AM
    Its never a good thing when the guy behind the reason we buy Mac's leaves. :(

    For the user who mentioned that he was behind OS X flaws (you mentioned iTunes bloat) - you are wrong. iTunes isn't run directly by the Mac OS development team, it has its own department. There's probably a little crossover however generally he wouldn't have much input on iTunes.


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  • AndrewR23
    Mar 8, 05:53 PM
    Just wondering, does anyone play online??? If you do, whats your VR??

    Your character you always use along with bike/kart too.

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  • johnnyturbouk
    Apr 8, 12:13 AM
    i vaguely remember the jaguar 64flop

    oh and the lynx


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  • ianp
    Jan 25, 10:08 AM
    Hi All,

    First off I am new here, so Hi again

    I have a small problem getting Microsoft Outlook 2001 to use my 2003 Exchange server. I have to admit I am new to macs and am finding it a little hard to do anything but I am trying.

    From what I can tell is that for some reason my the mac will not resolve the server name to an ip address. I mean when I look in the Outlook settings, under services --> properties if I place the servers IP address there and then the user name and then 'check the name' it resolves the name of the server and under lines the user name (which as far as I am concerned has worked).

    Yet when I then launch Outlook I get a message saying folders could not be opened. The attempt to log on to the server failed..... Microdoft Outlook could not be started. The attempt to log on to the MS Exchange Server failed....................

    What I have done so far:-
    Updated the /etc/hosts file and added the ip address for the server (can ping both IP and name from the console and network util)
    When in Outlook settings --> properties and user the server name instead of the IP address and try and check name I get an error.. The name could not be resolved. Network problems are preventing connection to the MS Exchange Server, Contact your system adminsitrator (me).

    Sorry for the long post but this is a real problem. Any help would be much appreciated.


    PS The only thing I can sort of think of at the moment is that Outlook starts I think in classic mode??? I am not sure if this starts a new shell and therefore ignores the /etc/hosts file and that is the reason why it can not resolve the server name. If I am right my next question would be where is the hosts file for the classic enviroment??

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  • Cybix
    Apr 1, 03:13 AM
    Went to this expo yesterday, it wasnt bad, not as good as I thought it would be. Mainly computer shops, some game shops, a massive 600+ LAN fest, etc.

    took a few snaps, on my blog:


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  • rezenclowd3
    Apr 18, 11:45 PM
    Triumph TR-6

    Something that I hope to own in the near future as well... I LOVE small British sports cars, and this is just sex, but I want it in red.

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  • groovebuster
    Jul 28, 02:06 AM
    Actually this has been proved wrong. As long as your careful, keep them in a good tempered area they'll be fine. I still have some of my original CDs and DVDs that I burned that work fine - of course it doesn't hurt to backup those discs though. Scratching them is easy. ;)
    Tell me about it! :rolleyes:

    Many of the CDs I burned before 2000 are coasters by now. And they were handeled with extreme care... No UV light and room temperature. I was so stupid to believe the industry claims of '100 years longevity' and used them for archiving my projects.

    Now a big part of my 90's projects is lost and I will never get them back. Redundant HD-Backups are the way to go. CDs and DVDs I only use anymore for transporting data (blanks are cheap, they then can stay at their destination) or when I have to hand out a copy of a project to a customer. And of course for music and movies in order to be compatible to the rest of the world. But I would never again archive my projects on any DVD or CD. Too risky...

    Blue-Ray as well as HD-DVD are not interesting at all for me at the moment, so I couldn't care less if they are incorporated in the upcoming Mac Pros...

    Maybe that changes when the prices come down and HDTV finally gets into a stage where it actually really works flawlessly. Since I am not that big of a TV fan anyway, I don't see the need for it... When HDTV equipment costs as much as the 'normal' equipment these days and my current CRT-TV imploded, I might maybe consider it buying that stuff... Until then I have all I need to be happy...


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  • swiftaw
    Apr 16, 06:32 PM
    google connect360

    Mar 25, 01:04 PM
    Just use Google maps. Google seems to have the map thing down pat.

    Oct 5, 08:16 PM
    This is news? I heard about these things (and saw screenshots, and videos) back in August when people got ahold of the Leopard WWDC preview and broke their NDAs (or pirated it).Correct. This was leaked the day after Leopard Preview was released. Sheesh.

    Aug 11, 01:35 PM
    Mine for the month :)

    I like it. The only thing I don't love is the Weather widget. However I do like the weather there. Try this widget I just modified.

    Download it here:

    Apr 13, 09:28 AM
    Surley this does not mean no iPhone 5

    I reckon it will be a updated iPhone 4 with speed bump and a few extra bells (like the 3GS) and whistles but nothing new with the form factor hence same screen.

    The iPhone 4 is not outdated yet and still has plenty of life in it without a complete redesign!

    Nov 19, 05:28 PM
    Well Amazon started selling Beatles CDs for 7.99 each right after iTunes got the Beatles Catalogue. Pretty much below cost but a lost leader for them.

    I don't see why Apple would care. They get paid by the retailer.

    It cheapens their product and pisses of their retailers.

    Isn't there some kinda law against price fixing like this?

    No but as stated before, if a chain is undercutting others then the manufacturer can choose not to sell to that retailer.

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