Friday, May 27, 2011

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  • CalBoy
    Apr 27, 08:49 PM
    I asked this because I am new to politics and want to learn more about it. When people answer this question most of the time they have reasons to back it up like things the candidate has done in the past. I am just trying to learn more about politics is all. And it starts a good thread full of information for me to read.

    If you are new to politics and want to honestly learn more about it, you should first figure what you do and don't know.

    The first and most basic thing to learn is the fundamentals of government, elections, the law, and all of the history that comes along with it. If you haven't been in school for a while (or taken a government class in a while), a refresher will always help.

    After that, I recommend reading Hardball by Chris Matthews. It's a great look into how politicians run, strategize, and win elections. It will also give any voter a lot of insight into how politicians act in the US because of how modern politics works.





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  • Sydde
    Mar 11, 06:25 PM
    Maybe I should educate myself. What is the scoop? Where I used to live in Minnesota I shopped at Menards. In Houston mostly it's Lowes or HD.

    Nothing really major. If you think Norm Coleman was a good guy, and that EFCA was a bad, bad idea, HD is the place for you to be going. Mostly a matter of personal taste, really.





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  • MacRumorUser
    Jan 20, 11:40 AM
    I want pilotwings. I have loved that series and was seriously upset that I went two whole home console generations without seeing a sequel to Pilotwings / Pilotwings 64.

    So looks like I will be buying a 3DS.

    Is Pilotwings a launch title ?





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  • Frosties
    Nov 6, 05:38 AM
    So the fact that AT&T can currently know everything about you from miles away is ok, but if they add a chip that works for 30 or 40 feet...that's a problem?

    From 1 party to anyone and everyone, your neighbor, elevator, cash register. Anyone with ability to scan rfid know you. That is like shouting out who, what you are all the time 24/7. That is just information pollution.





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  • SevenInchScrew
    Jun 22, 04:48 PM
    I sent you an invite or whatever on Halo.
    Yep, got the friend request this morning. I'll be on later this evening if you want to play some Halo. I can try and answer any other questions as well, as best I can.





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  • MacDeeds
    Apr 19, 11:10 PM
    1.419$/Liter or 5.51$/US Gallon.

    The only place in North America where gas is ridiculously HIGH....QUEBEC. Taxes represent 30-35% of the cost of gas. *sigh* But at least our roads are smooth... Oh no wait, they are not.

    Ta-bar-nak!





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  • Ieo
    Apr 5, 04:57 PM
    While I don't see anything that specifically mentions thunderbolt other than Macrumors' own speculation, I would find it hard to believe this wouldn't include it if it were to see the light of day. the 30 pin dock is a BIG connector- plenty of real-estate for a next-gen version to incorporate all of these standards from the looks of it.

    My questions are:

    Will it be backwards-compatible

    Obviously you'll need to buy different cables according to what the other end is plugging into (Thunderbolt or USB 2/3)....but will apple include both or charge $25 for the other one?

    It's smart to include USB 3, especially on "iToys", as it will eventually become the standard. The only way to avoid it would be to stop putting USB ports on their computers all together, and that will alienate all of their non-mac "iToy" customers (probably the majority).





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  • scottsjack
    Apr 26, 01:34 PM
    I'd stay with DVD. A DVD is cheaper and more reliable than a thumb drive. I am aware that DVDs are not as cool as thumb drives, SSDs and liquid metal and therefore the gimme-new-stuff fan boys are in fact cool by rejecting them.

    However DVDs work really great and are easy to store. Uncool, simple, cheap and reliable equals really cool from my point of view.





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  • Frosties
    Nov 6, 06:10 AM
    The sample I see here shows a way to make a phone's games or videos interact with toys.


    You already have a standard for this, connecting any media device in a network. Your phone, your camera, media device to your tv, game console, internet and the cloud etc. Microsoft and almost every leading manufacturer is already shipping and using devices or soon to release with this standard. Apple is just trying to not follow standard and over complicate for us users. Bottom line: This is not a good idea. It is inventing something that is already out as a standard in the industry.





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  • Ja Di ksw
    Nov 14, 03:26 PM
    Does John Hodgeman doing these commercials mean he's not going to be on The Daily Show anymore? While I like him in the commercials, I would rather see him in The Daily Show.





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  • Popeye206
    Apr 1, 08:45 AM
    Wow... short sighted on the networks part. I'm surprised.... no difference than just having another TV in your house, just on your Tablet. It would be interesting to know more about their motivation behind this... maybe they want to go direct? In other words, maybe Discovery and the other channels want to sell direct subscriptions and not go through channel partners like Time Warner?

    If that is the case... I smell disaster for the networks. Who wants to buy individual channels for their computers, iPads or other devices? Not me? It would have to be dirt cheap.

    Hummm.... thinking about it... maybe it's not so dumb? If each channel was $.99 and I could pick Ala-carte who I wanted, I know my Cable bill would go from $40 per-month to less than $10. Maybe they are onto something thinking about it?





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  • tyr2
    Sep 20, 01:50 PM
    I've read the various comments about problems with the updates with RAID 0. Can anyone confirm if the update goes ok on RAID 1? I would think it would since from a boot point of view they might as well be individual disks.

    Any comments before I try this?





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  • lolnick
    Mar 11, 02:19 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)

    Northpark is reaching 100





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  • markjs
    May 5, 11:32 PM
    I was drawn to this forum because I am interested in computers generally and macs almost qualify.....but seriously I poked around on a mac for about an hour today, and found that some things are less intuitive (minimizing and closing windows). Also I found that some things easily accessible in windows are not accessible at all in mac OSX. I felt like the computer was "dumbed down" for me. All in all it was a computer and pefectly capable internet machine, but at least in an hour nothing even came close to winning me ove. Oh yeah it also crashed once too.





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  • Laird Knox
    Mar 14, 04:22 PM
    I like the idea you have going here. I would like the saturation more realistic, but that's just me. Different framing and cropping come to mind. Maybe play off the differences in the textures and color, putting them closer and cropping or framing in tight. I may play with this idea when I can. I have nice oranges, but I need an apple. And the nice lighting setup you have.

    Please excuse the PhotoShop hack of your image...:)

    Dale

    In the original photo I felt the black/white line was a little too high. In your crop I like the placement a little better. I can definitely see a framed print with the tight crop -- possible a gallery wrap.

    Also wondering what it would look like with the orange slightly in front of and overlapping the orange a little, then the view closed in a bit more on them. Just thoughts!

    Now that would be something to see - the orange in front of itself. Some sort of 4th-dimensional super orange? ;)





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  • thefnshow
    Mar 18, 03:33 AM
    i saw an interview with dana white the owner of ufc...he was talking about this on some sports show and he mentioned that the dept. of homeland security was involved in this matter..great,like dhs doesn't have anything more important to do





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  • sbarton
    Apr 30, 02:58 PM
    so is this a cider port or native?





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  • notjustjay
    Jan 5, 12:54 PM
    I don't get what's the problem with Garmin's view. Garmin decided to go live and have upto date maps and traffic alert. I can imagine they also have some sort of cash so you only have to d/l the map once and then it lives in your iphone. It also has an amazingly small footprint - weighs in at only 8mb and this is another cool feature of the program!

    Well, that's the real question, isn't it. If it turns out this is the case, and it can cache the maps for an entire region, and if it's smart enough to grab the maps for the entire region that you're currently in and/or going to, for some appreciable radius, AND if it can keep the maps in the cache for as long as you need it (which might be "forever" for maps of your home city), then I'm willing to give it a try.

    But others in this thread have already talked about driving through backcountry areas with no 3G access, and not having any access to maps. They've talked about travelling down a highway and "running out of map" and having to pull over so that the 3G can connect and refresh the maps. If that's the sort of user experience I should expect, then I'd rather stick to a standalone GPS receiver. Or buy one of the other GPS apps that have built-in offline mapping.

    Garmin touts the ability to get the latest map updates and real-time traffic. Definitely useful for navigating within big cities with major highways, constantly-expanding suburbs and major road expansions in the works. But without map prefetching and caching, they are making their GPS app ONLY useful for these areas.

    Eagerly awaiting real-world reviews...





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  • Origin
    Sep 19, 05:40 PM
    I hoped that this update should have throw away the X1900 XT Bug with my 23" ACD while booting XP ... but no, still here ... grrr :/





    renewed
    Apr 15, 03:25 PM
    I know what some of the plans are as I met the reps from Apple when they came to visit us.

    edit: ...and as mentioned, some of you have no concept about the military at all. It's pretty amusing actually.

    RLTW

    Is this a gloating post or are you going to share what you believe to be some of the concepts?





    crazy4apple
    Mar 28, 08:33 AM
    Let the BloodBath of rumors Begin

    The event of the year has been annouced, May Google, Microsoft, HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola start your photocopiers lol :D

    Will miss Bertrand Serlet at the keynote for Mac OS :(

    :apple: for life





    MacRumors
    Oct 10, 07:28 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Commercial Times claims (http://www.digitimes.com/systems/a20061010PR204.html) that Foxconn Electronics has received notebook orders from Apple and volume shipments of one new MacBook model by the of the year.

    While the news is being reported by Digitimes, the source of the information is Commercial Times, a Chinese-language paper, which in turn cites Vincent Chen, an analyst at Credit Lyonnais Securities Asia.

    While this report only addresses a new MacBook model, rumors continue to claim (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/10/20061006190658.shtml) that MacBook Pro and MacBook updates are planned before the holiday season.





    aiqw9182
    Apr 5, 05:27 PM
    I think you're misinformed. The current models simply combined the 1/8" in and out jacks into one port (TRRS), just like the port on the iPhone. For example, you can plug your iPhone headphones into your Mac for use as a headset.

    It also supports optical via mini-TOSlink: http://www.amazon.com/6ft-Toslink-Mini-Cable/dp/B000FMXKC8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1302041837&sr=8-2

    I believe he's referring to headsets that don't have the audio in and out jack combined into one (http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2036282). The line-in port on Macs don't have any power to support a microphone. This is why the Griffin iMic exists.





    DakotaGuy
    Sep 12, 04:43 PM
    Originally posted by dukestreet
    We just need a new chip - g5, power4, what ever. We need a chip that can go head to head against the Wintel world and not rely on 2 processors to try and keep up (and even now, this isn't working)

    Its very frustrating and I hope Apple will all make us happy sometime soon.

    D

    I am confused after reading all the posts over the past month or so...is the 1.25 GHz dual G4 going to be actually that slow? What is it as slow as...a 1.7 Ghz Celeron...or worse...a 66MHz PowerMac 6100?