Friday, May 20, 2011

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  • charlituna
    Apr 2, 08:12 AM
    What other explanation could there be for his comments?

    how about simply that he doesn't know what he's talking about. If the guy was truly in the know about deals with Apple he would know that you don't talk about Fight Club. Ever.





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  • mcstewart37
    Sep 12, 03:29 PM
    Again as I stated before... Apple is really starting to dabble in the 3D interface. The album art is a good example of this. Granted its a rip off of someone else's idea...No idea of the name of the app but I was playing around with it a few months back that did exactly this. *shrugs* Whatever.

    Do you mean CoverFlow? Yeah, its the same. And if by "rip off someone else's idea" you mean Apple bought CoverFlow and incorporated it into iTunes. This was already mentioned earlier in this thread, but here's a link: http://www.steelskies.com/coverflow/

    BTW: The iTunes phone driver is for the Motorola ROKR E1, SLVR L7 and RAZR V3i.





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  • Mr. DG
    Oct 15, 03:57 PM
    Another point - is that article cut down from a larger piece? The interviewer did a really bad job of following up the tough questions - he just let Jobs spin the answer (very skilfully, granted) into an Apple advert. No pushing for answers, just a change of topic.





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  • Blue Velvet
    Aug 29, 02:26 AM
    Apologies if someone has already posted this but just spotted this in Google News. Please note that many of the prices quoted are either in Canadian or Australian dollars.


    PRICING details for Microsoft's forthcoming Vista Windows release are starting to leak out, with both Microsoft's Canadian operation and online retailer Amazon publishing prices online.

    Amazon.com is listing pre-order copies of Windows Vista Ultimate for $US399 ($524), saying the product would be released on January 30, 2007.
    Meanwhile, Microsoft's Canadian operation has inadvertently leaked prices for the forthcoming Windows Vista release.

    According to posts on tech forum site Neowin.net, the Canadian website listed Windows Vista Ultimate for $C499 ($590). The Home Platinum edition was priced at $C299 and the Home Premium Upgrade version at $C199.

    The Canadian website currently lists Windows XP Professional for a retail price of $C499. Microsoft Australia lists the same product for $479.

    http://australianit.news.com.au/articles/0,7204,20291440%5E15321%5E%5Enbv%5E,00.html



    If these reports turn out to have any basis in reality, please let's not hear any more complaining about how expensive OSX is.



    Edit: More links...
    http://www.neowin.net/index.php?act=view&id=34770

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/08/29/ms_vista_canada/
    http://news.zdnet.com/2100-3513_22-6110267.html





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  • Allanf
    Mar 29, 02:35 AM
    I bet tickets are being scalped alongside iPad 2s now :p The web page for registrants specifically said that attendees are required to present their passport or other government issued photo ID. Maybe you could scalp after you pick up your badge etc. but person buying it might risk spending a lot of money and then be turned away.





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  • Thunderhawks
    Apr 12, 12:06 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) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    it's about friggin time apple build a serious volume manufacturing plant in the US! end of story!

    With all the hoops and regulations that plant would not be ready in our life time!





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  • CuppyCake
    Mar 28, 02:18 PM
    Why is there a shortage if Radio Shack will have stock tomorrow?

    I am waiting for my order for 2 two weeks. What is up Apple? :(





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  • Mac Fly (film)
    Jul 22, 10:33 PM
    http://www.macsimumnews.com/index.php/archive/will_apple_challenge_sonys_upcoming_ebook_due_this_summer/


    Need I say more...





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  • mcmlxix
    Mar 29, 11:03 AM
    I realize that some people want X, Y, Z now! For myself, I can wait for new hardware�probably until iPhone 6 (or 5 if the next one is 4G)�as I like to get several years of use out of it. Heck, I just decommissioned my iBook G4 last year. What I�m excited to see is what iOS 5 will bring. This is how Apple will have dominance over Android phones.

    As for waiting ~ 3 more months, while I�m not a blind Apple lap dog, I have a certain amount of faith that they know what they�re doing. I think that Steve, the master of shrewd and manipulation, has taught his disciples well.





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  • Digital Skunk
    Apr 12, 07:10 AM
    Students pay either less (edu-discount-not just in the U.S.) for their Mac, buy a refurbished model or buy a used Mac from the previous owner. In the best case, this reduces the price of a previous generation Mac to one third or even to 25 percent of the original price.

    And who says, students are rich? You, or what!? *lol*

    No way, I never said student were rich. I was making the distinction between paying over $1000 for a Mac and not having the $350 needed for one of the suites. It really should be in their price considerations.

    Or . . . they can always run the same software on a PC. ;)

    i agree - as an independent myself I really have to justify outlays based on revenue potential. I no long can just write a purchase order and spend the corporate cash. OTOH, it has made me more aware of other tools beside the big guys that do what I need at a fraction of the cost.

    Right. When you eat off of your gear you're always going to find ways to not spend SO MUCH on said gear so you can put more food in your mouth. Which is why I really don't have an issue claiming student-ship if I am able to. I personally don't do it with certain software titles, but I will do it with Apple hardware and others. AVID Media Composer is $2500 regular price give or take a few $100s. The EDU version is $295 . . . . . okay I am going to hop on that EDU bandwagon right now.

    Just as the lenses you acquire in still/video photography will cost more than your body, software will be the major cost in building any rig.

    Neither have I, but if the require a cash outlay plus a monthly fee then it'll be a non-starter for many small businesses or freelancers. If they really want their business (and maybe convert some people who use pirated versions) they'd make it a flat fee, pay as you go deal; with maybe a cheaper rate if you buy x months at a time. That would let people jump in and out of the products as they need them, get support from Adobe, and help them decide if they want to buy or continue to rent the software.

    I wouldn't want to assume that Adobe is doing that way only because it sounds too nice. It'd be if you could just obtain the software via trial then rent the apps.

    Just as with Apple and Thunderbolt . . . Adobe has left me with a few major questions.

    OK, so we've established that you are a pirate, AND a hypocrite.

    I used to pirate then stopped. A responsible businessman should and in some cases has to when they use their software and hardware for legitimate purposes. It's a major tax write off at least.

    I was still in college when I was using CS1 and CS2. Either way, I eventually grew up and purchased the EDU version of the software with my own cash. And at that time by the way, hacked versions were far more unstable. You couldn't update them, you had to run patching scripts ever so often, plugins wouldn't work or would crash the system etc. It was just better to have the legit copy and keep it moving instead of spending time troubleshooting your scripts.

    I don't know how it is now, but I know that it was that way up until CS3 based on the students at my job that still pirated software.

    No, not 100%. You can't possibly know, unless you've surveyed every CSX pirate there ever was. Case in point. You have a full time job, and in this inflating economy, it's not enough to support your family. So, you try to do a little work on the side - just to help pay the bills. Does this person have $1200 to spend on the software? No way. Would he like to? Of course, but his family comes first.

    I am sure said person (who doesn't work in the design field) would want to take up design and production as a part-time/tennis shoe money job to support their family yet doesn't have the money to get CS so they just steal it??????? :confused:

    This person wouldn't want to get a part-time job that doesn't need him to steal? Or he/she could just claim he's/she's a student/educator and pay for the EDU version . . . at the VERY LEAST.

    No, again. not any goofball can learn Photoshop and Illustrator. You need to have a certain amount of talent in order to make sense of the tools your are working with. Also, each one can enhance the usability of the other over time with practice, and a lot of trial and error.

    Read the comment thoroughly. ANYONE can learn the apps, any goofball like you stated yourself in the bold. I didn't put any time restraint on this goofball. But I did mention that it take far more to be a good designer.

    So everyone who pirates qualifies for the EDU version? Is lying to get the EDU version better than pirating the full version?

    Yes it is IMHO. Far better than just taking it. At least you are paying something for someone's work. Using your student ID at the movies, camera shop for film and agitator, Apple store, etc is far better than just stealing from them out right.

    No hard feelings bro.





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  • res1233
    Mar 29, 06:32 AM
    It'll be cheaper if bought via the Mac App Store, just like Aperture is cheaper than the off the shelf, boxed version when bought via the Mac App Store.

    I absolutely adore these attempts at prophecy. Bottom line: We have no idea what the thing will cost, and all we can do right now is make educated guesses.





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  • citizenzen
    Mar 15, 03:14 PM
    Higher spending, fewer jobs

    This is corroborated in this (http://www.dollarsandsense.org/archives/2010/0310garrett-peltier.html) article by Heidi Garrett-Peltier, a research fellow at the Political Economy Research Institute at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, who helped to author, “The U.S. Employment Effects of Military and Domestic Spending Priorities: An Updated Analysis,” by Robert Pollin and Heidi Garrett-Peltier ...


    Is Military Keynesianism the Solution?
    Why war is not a sustainable strategy for economic recovery.

    It is true that military spending creates jobs throughout the economy, and that many of those jobs are well-paying. But at a time when our jobless rate is high, infrastructure is crumbling, and global climate change is becoming an increasingly urgent matter, we must ask whether military spending is truly a solution to our economic woes or whether we might be able to create more jobs in productive areas that also help us meet longer-term goals.

    In a recent paper that I co-authored with Robert Pollin, we show that dollar per dollar, more jobs are created through spending on clean energy, health care, and education than on the military. Further, we show that more middle-income and well-paying jobs are created in all of these areas. For each $1 billion of spending, over 17,000 jobs would be created in clean energy, close to 20,000 in health care, and over 29,000 in education. That same $1 billion would create only 11,600 jobs as a result of military spending. If we look at well-paying jobs, those that pay over $64,000 per year, these alternative domestic spending areas also outperform military spending. The same $1 billion would create 1,500 well-paying jobs in clean energy and just over 1,000 in the military—clean energy creates 50% more good jobs than military spending. Education, which is labor-intensive and creates many well-paying jobs per dollar of expenditure, creates close to 2,500 jobs paying over $64,000—that’s 2.5 times as many as the military.



    You boys seen enough evidence yet?

    I can always get more.





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  • dapodaca
    Aug 30, 09:04 AM
    I'm sure Ultimate will be the one that gets pirated first. :D

    Yes, some evil genius hacker will introduce something like Windows Vista Ultimate Cracked Edition(tm) complete with secret malware backdoor for use in wielding mighty botnets or other sins of the Internets seedy side! :D :eek:





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  • CorvusCamenarum
    Apr 27, 03:07 AM
    Genetic? Dont make me sick.





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  • ZoomZoomZoom
    Sep 6, 09:24 AM
    How does the NVIDIA GeForce 7300 GT 128MB compare to the ATI X1600? Is it faster, better, and or more reliable? I am assuming this is also underclocked?

    This has been answered several times in the past... 2 minutes...

    http://www.apple.com/imac/graphics.html





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  • fitinferno
    Sep 4, 12:10 PM
    after they took such a strong step away from the metal inclosures.. would they really switch back a year later?

    Yeah, but they have to do something about the rampant scratching and the ease with which one can break it. Fully metal one seems like a good way to do that.





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  • emotion
    Nov 8, 08:55 AM
    Someday, I hope, Apple will release another 12" laptop- prefereably an MBP. I don't think I will buy another computer until then- I love my 1.33 12" PB!

    I hear ya. I'm using the same machine and want a replacement. That replacement machine doesn't exist (yet).

    Apple has access to all those lovely ULV C2Ds for a start. They would make an excellent basis for a sleek new Macbook Nano for example.





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  • Hey There!!!
    Sep 13, 10:11 PM
    Hey There !!!
    For those who care here are quite a few unboxing photos of a green nano 2 unboxing... well at least a link for the photos-
    http://www.appleinsider.com/article.php?id=2043





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  • Gibsonsoup
    Oct 12, 02:15 PM
    http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3318/3236823454_ddca5900d9.jpg (http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3318/3236823454_ddca5900d9_b.jpg)

    Lovely. I like white iMacs so much...
    I'm a kinda nostalgic person and that white iMac is old enough to look nostalgic, but is recent enough to be still quite powerful and great to use. for me It would be perfect. looks like a 24 inch model right?





    MacRumors
    Jul 22, 08:30 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Engadget claims (http://www.engadget.com/2006/07/22/apple-to-do-ebooks/) that according to two separate "trustworthy" sources, Apple is working on incorporating electronic books into the next versions of the iPod.





    citizenzen
    Mar 28, 08:34 PM
    Not being an American, I won't wade into Constitutional issues ...

    Obama is quite within his rights according to the War Powers Resolution (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Powers_Resolution) ...

    The War Powers Resolution requires the president to notify Congress within 48 hours of committing armed forces to military action and forbids armed forces from remaining for more than 60 days, with a further 30 day withdrawal period, without an authorization of the use of military force or a declaration of war. The resolution was passed by two-thirds of Congress, overriding a presidential veto.





    YourHerojb
    May 5, 10:49 PM
    With this 3D facetracking display being rumored, the first thing I thought of was the future of iPad gaming.
    Imagine playing a game, where instead of moving the right analog to change the camera angle, you just move your head to look around the corner.
    (come on everybodys tried it with there tv at least once :P)

    But then I came upon the fact that the placing of the cam on the ipad would pretty much prevent landscape mode since your thumb would be in the way.
    Then of course, theres the new smart cover or any docking system, you could prop it up in landscape mode and use some sort of bluetooth controller or maybe an iPhone as a controller to your iPad.

    I would be so impressed.





    otter
    Mar 7, 08:52 PM
    Newport, Oregon

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    guffman
    Aug 4, 06:58 AM
    Whats a BT site? Pardon my ignorance.....

    I think they could be referring to BitTorrent (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BitTorrent)