Thursday, May 19, 2011

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  • Captain Planet
    Mar 30, 09:02 AM
    No, you don't pay a monthly fee. You do pay for the game though, but it isn't expensive. I think the Battle Chest, which contains Diablo, Diablo II and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction (the expansion) is around 30$...might be lower, not sure. Also, there's still quite a lot of people playing the game.

    I just hope I can run it somehow...

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 4, 04:56 PM
    Why, what can you use the TB port with today?

    Ask me that question when they add it the MacBook Air.

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  • mcarvin
    Apr 19, 07:44 PM
    Opera 8 is good stuff. Most definitely worth the download.

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  • slowtreme
    Dec 31, 07:33 AM
    I read arn's reason, but it's severely large and annoying, so much so it feels like nothing exists below the first article except adverts. It needs to be in a sideblock.

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  • belvdr
    Nov 22, 11:26 AM
    You better get a firm grasp on SQL Server as well. SQL Server and Oracle do not function the same way, such as number of connections should you use, how indexing works, etc.

    Of course, if your app only needs to scale to a hundred users or so, then you may be okay with skimping on the database end.

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  • CS-Ryan
    Apr 7, 02:49 PM
    I called, they said it was 40 dollars for phone trouble shooting, they directed me to a page that told me to do a million updates, that ive either already done or since done, and to no avail....

    anyone else? :(

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  • PhoenixMac
    Mar 25, 12:32 PM
    Now that 4.3.1 is out hopefully they will release soon :)

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  • reh
    Dec 8, 02:24 PM
    Is your sound volume muted or low?
    - or -
    System Preferences -> Network -> Show: Internal Modem -> Modem tab -> Sound: On

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  • Benjy91
    Mar 15, 03:18 AM
    No Way! Microsoft will never crash as long as they own Apple stock. :cool:

    They sold that stock a few years after they got it.

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  • Potus
    Jan 1, 10:20 AM
    I liked the old page but I'm enjoying the new design.

    Congratulations, Arn. I'm astounded that you say you are an amateur because the page looks great

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  • kfred
    Apr 19, 09:29 AM
    Man, I feel like I have the worst luck in the world. I followed this story (on another thread) when it initially started, in response to the Time Warner iPad app. When I saw that the optimum one became available I instantly knew I would be setting myself up with this. However, I slacked and waiting to download the app. Now I'm left with no option but to use it on a jailbroken iPad, (which is fine because I have a JB'd iPad1). But this means I won't be able to use it on my iPad 2, until it is jailbroken. Sigh...

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  • ChrisFromCanada
    Mar 5, 10:54 PM
    a beta of tiger crashed and thats not on stupid videos :p

    But it did not crash that badly. I mean did you see that? The screen flickered and the blue screen of death came up!

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  • anng12
    Mar 26, 10:05 AM
    Well, 4.3.1 is out.

    Where's the iPad 2 jailbreak?

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  • johnnyjibbs
    Nov 9, 11:07 AM
    As some of you will know, I switched to Macs last year with the purchase of my 12" PowerBook. Now I've finally got myself an iPod. It's a regular 4G iPod which was purchased before the iPod Photo was introduced, but I'm not bitter because I could never afford one of those beauties anyway.

    Apart from a creaky old tape walkman that I had 10 years ago and hardly ever used, this is my first portable music player. I never really got with the whole MP3 thing until I decided to import all my music onto iTunes when I got my first Mac last year. I'm very pleased with the AAC format and now regular buy music from the iTunes Music Store too.

    Now, my brother got a 3G 20GB iPod last year but I confess I never really spent much time with it (probably because I was too excited about my Mac and knew that I'd only want one for myself if I used it!). And now, in a sort of reciprocal promotion agreement with my brother (which this time sees him getting an iBook: my first person switched ;) ), I finally got my iPod.

    Good old Apple quality with lovely tilting box approach. The box is essentially the same as my brother's 3G iPod box, other than it now has the brightly coloured shilouetted images of that iPod ad campaign all over the outer sleeve. Nice, and instantly recognisable as iPod.

    Ok, so I knew that I wouldn't be getting the dock with my model, but, as far as I know, the inclusion of the dock is the only difference between the 20 and 40GB models (other than the obvious price, capacity and slight size differences). It's a bit disappointing that I have to pay �30 to get the remote that came with my brother's 3G version. Mine now includes a USB cable as well as a FireWire one, which is good for the PC users I suppose. There is no 4-6pin FireWire adaptor or little plastic clip to protect the dock connector port any more though. And the lack of any basic case is near criminal. I guess these are some cost-cutting measures and I guess I shouldn't complain that this iPod was a lot cheaper than my brother's 3G 20GB model last year.

    First impressions
    It always surprises me how small the iPod is when you see it. The 4G model looks neater than the older model in my opinion, with a clean easy-access wheel instead of the four button line arrangement. The screen also looks a lot nicer and sharper than shots shown on the Apple iPod website.

    Setting up
    Since all my music is already on my Mac, filling the iPod up was simple - just plug in using the FireWire cable and it all automatically syncs (after product registration). iSync was a breeze too - and I have never had to use this program until now. Once it was ready, I just had to eject the iPod and then plug in the headphones.

    Using the iPod
    Well, I can say that I have never heard such a good sound out of any headphones ever, especially little in-ear types. All my music is encoded in 128kbps AAC and it sounds immaculate. I won't ever bother with Apple Lossless. So, the sound is brilliant and the controls are very easy too. The menus are easy to navigate, but it would be nice if the LCD display had a slightly better response time - scrolling menus causes a slight shimmering effect, but it's nothing really to worry about. Also, with a mass of artists and songs like I have got, it can become quite tiresome when you have to scroll your thumb through about 200 rotations to navigate huge lists.

    I noticed that occassionally there are small pauses when you try to skip through lots of songs quickly, but I'll just put this down to technological limitations as it has to access the hard drive. It's not a problem. What is a bit annoying though is the slight pause between tracks which is not great on albums that are designed to flow continuously. The iTunes crossfade option is not available on the iPod, or I have yet to find it.

    The extra options, such as calender and contacts, are useful, although you can only view all your data. Maybe, they could release a little mini keyboard add-on that would allow you to type your own notes. (I could see it now: "World's first novel written on an iPod"). I tried out the notes feature by converting my CV into a text file and placing it on there to view. It's good, other than the fact it seems to get chopped off (i.e. iPod can only view the first so many words of a file). The games are ok, but unlikely to rival my GameBoy Color. The Music Quiz is a nice little option though.

    Overall, I'm very pleased with the iPod and can begin to see why it's so popular. Put simply, it works. It plays music very very well, and this is important because it's the main purpose of the device. It's easy to use and battery life is pretty good. I'm still on my first charge. I've had none of those problems I've heard about - no crashes and no interference or static noises. The best thing about the iPod is that is does exactly what it says it's supposed to do, and in a neat, stylish and small package. Nice.

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  • quagmire
    Apr 4, 03:48 PM
    My parents love their 11.6" MBA. My mom was considering an iPad and when my dad saw the MBA, he thought I scammed her into paying more money. Now that he is using it more and more, he finally came around. :)

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  • einsteinium
    Jul 8, 03:38 PM
    i was planning on hitting up that same at&t store on cap hill. not willing to camp out overnight, but I might show up around six and scope out the situation.

    i would guess the downtown folk might hit the store down in pacific place.

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  • eyelikeart
    Apr 11, 10:10 AM
    ohh cool!

    I'm glad to see this come about...before u know it...this will be the premier Macintosh website on the internet!!! :p

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  • Samelson03
    Feb 14, 04:09 PM
    Whenever I would plug in my iPod Video, iTunes would become unresponsive and I would get the beachball. I'm running iTunes 10.1.2. I have a 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo MacBook. For some reason I feel like I've had this problem before but I don't remember how I fixed it.

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  • trainguy77
    Aug 24, 06:27 PM
    I am back into the top 20 producers :D (macman64) and i hope to be moving up the ranks soon.

    Apr 20, 05:14 AM
    I have a Sony handheld cam that has 5.1 built in sound recording, and although its nothing revolutionary it does sound nice and pick up sounds quite good. The mics for rear channels are on the back, the front are on the front.

    Jul 2, 04:22 PM
    Originally posted by patrick0brien
    If you hinge you switch on gaming, that's a tough sell.

    no, i meant my decision to buy vpc is based mostly on that, i'm switching one way or another

    May 5, 02:29 PM
    try removing one monitor. see if you can see a pattern


    nuclear MnMs
    Feb 21, 03:19 PM
    To me it sounds like you have some custom equalizer setting in iTunes to boost the bass because afaik it's a straight conversion that Garageband does, ie. what is in the MP3 file gets converted to AIFF. But if you want you can open the MP3 file in Audacity and export it as AIFF and see if there's any difference.

    Unfortunately, I don't have any equalizers applied to my iTunes library. The conversion takes all bass away completely and there is a definitive difference in audio quality when playing the song in iTunes (or even in the import menu) compared to playing the song in GarageBand.

    The song files are all either m4a or mp3, if this helps.

    Feb 12, 12:31 PM
    Ok, a couple of good pm's received so far...I've got to go to the gym now, i'll assess later