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  • petemitchell2k4
    Oct 24, 08:06 AM
    What about those of us that bought MBP's in August? The upgrades weren't in the forcast! Ugh, I really hate it when this happens!

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  • Doylem
    Apr 3, 02:32 PM
    Took my camera out yesterday for the first time in about four months: a bit like getting back in a car when you haven't driven for a while, to find you're thinking about something you used to do automatically...


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  • GLS
    Apr 23, 07:58 PM
    It's absolutely ridiculous it has taken this long for tmobile to have the iphone in the usa.

    Let's all spell it together.


    AT&T had it at one time. Hence, TMobile couldn't have the iPhone, or any other carrier in the United States.

    The more you know.....

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 12, 01:55 AM
    By the way...

    A little off topic, but seeing as how this thread seems to be being frequented by Pages-ophiles, I have a question...

    I'm working on a booklet that's designed to simply print to 8-1/2 x 11 pages, and be folded over, giving a 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 booklet. Does anyone know of a straight-forward way of getting this to print out properly? (Right now I'm printing each page separately, which means that each piece of paper goes through the printer four times, if you see what I mean).

    I'd be delighted if anyone has an easier way to handle this...

    (P.S. I didn't see an easy way to do this in MS Word either... ;) )


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  • ghostlyorb
    Apr 29, 07:29 AM
    Interesting. Well I'm sure it's not a big deal. Why are people complaining over .2mm?

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  • aperry
    Apr 26, 02:46 PM
    I'm confused. Everyone is arguing whether $20/yr for "this" is too expensive.

    Anyone care to explain what "this" actually is?

    Is it for music purchased through iTunes, or is it for *all* of your music (ripped, downloaded, emailed, created, legal, illegal, whatever)?

    Is it only for music that happens to be sold by the 4 major labels that Apple apparently made agreements with?

    If it's anything less than "a music locker for everything, with no exceptions", then count me out. I have tons of ripped music and I have no idea which labels they are from. I don't have any interest in having "some fraction" of my library in the cloud either. Oh, and I've never purchased music from iTunes.


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  • maclaptop
    Apr 23, 09:26 PM
    um. Huh? They don't seem to be winning much in the U.S. What is the source of your conjecture?
    What's so great about the rating arrows is you can tell who's got the balls to share honestly, versus the suck ups with high positive ratings for being perfect yes men.

    Nothing ever improves without candid feedback. Yes men breed dysfunction and stagnation. Rock on boys..:)

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  • ChrisA
    Oct 23, 10:46 AM
    What Microsoft is trying to prevent is running a data center off one copy of Home Edition. You would do it by buying an 8-core computer then installing one copy of Home edition and then VMware and then running a dozon virtual machiones each with another copy of Home Edition installed. What Microsoft is saying now ios that in order to do this you need to buy the "Big Bucks Edition" of Vista.


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  • bloodycape
    Jul 12, 01:58 PM
    Not if you tie the iPod to iChat. "Videoconferencing, on the go".

    I see where you are getting at but who would want to use an ipod for video conferencing when the business user which it is aimed at rather use a phone like the Razr V3x, a pda or that new 4.5in Sony tablet pc.

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  • burningbright
    Mar 31, 11:47 AM
    I think those torn-off pages will make several people with OCD explode with rage...:eek:


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  • ericinboston
    Apr 11, 02:39 PM
    This couldn't be further from the truth. TB is so much more versatile than USB can really ever be with tons more speed

    I've seen what TB can do and it's great. But what I'm saying is that it will be HARD for TB to step into a USB-dominated computer industry and just kill USB altogether from all angles. Will TB be faster than USB 3.0?...in real world use by 90% of the consumers/prosumers out there? Maybe. Maybe not. It's like asking Bluray to come in and just dominate the DVD market...it's been trying and 3+ years BluRay is doing well, but the average Joe understands he needs to re-purchase all this movies as well as purchase a hi-def tv and stereo receiver to take advantage of all the features of Bluray (I love Bluray, by the way). It's time, money, and not everyone sees the value or HAS A NEED for that value.

    Will people throw out all their USB devices and twiddle their thumbs waiting for TB devices other than hard drives (cameras, printers, video cams, keyboards, mice, flash keys,)? No. Of course not.

    Speed vs. Speed is 1 argument...versatility is another. But again, what I'm really saying is to look around you and ask yourself if the world is just going to dump USB technology for TB? Nope. TB will likely coincide with USB 3.0 just like eSATA and Firewire.

    We'll see in a few years where we are.

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  • seble
    Apr 25, 03:14 PM
    I've got a 2.5 yr old MacBook that is feeling stretched with Aperture. I've been thinking that an iMac / iPad combination would be a good replacement.

    Anyone with experience in getting iPads to work with iMacs (specifically remote access)?

    Whaa? That young? I have a 4 year old MBP that just about copes with aperture.


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  • Sequin
    Apr 29, 08:27 PM
    This would be awesome news if I hadn't stopped paying for music the second Napster was released

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  • mattster16
    Sep 30, 09:47 AM
    It's interesting how cell service works. Here's a simplistic summary:

    Only a certain number of users can use a tower at any given time. There is only a certain range of frequencies that can be used. All towers use these same frequencies. This means that each tower must not overlap the others in terms of coverage area and frequenceis. To ensure this, companies actually use different frequency ranges on adjacent towers. Further limiting how many users can use each tower.

    The solution to this is to create smaller cell sites that cover a smaller area (and therefore will have fewer users at any given time). The problem with this is that each new cell site requires a new tower. With all the opposition to new tower construction it can take months or years to get approval to build one.

    With the massive growth in cell usage companies are having to create smaller and smaller cell sites. Because of the way the system works putting up one new tower requires the reconfiguration of all the adjacent towers. Their signal area must be changed, their frequencies must be changed and it all must be integrated together.

    When you get a dropped call, it's usually because you are moving into another cell site (serviced by a new tower). Your call must be handed off to the new tower. If this new tower is at capacity or overloaded, failures happen.

    This is why it sucks for very high density areas.

    Luckily in Minneapolis we have very good AT&T coverage. I get very fast 3G speeds and <1% dropped calls everywhere I go. Thank you urban sprawl for spreading everyone out.. When I was in NYC I noticed by data speeds were much slower. I didn't make enough calls to have any problems with that though.


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  • Darlo770
    May 3, 07:54 AM
    I have a question...

    Even now they have Thunderbolt, I suppose we'd still require expensive video converters to be able to use the (27") iMac as a display for an Xbox 360/PS3?

    I don't suppose Thunderbolt means we can now just use a simple cable adaptor or something, no?

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  • twoodcc
    Nov 24, 08:42 PM
    yeah team lexus should be in the rearview mirror soon

    i hope so.


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  • Otaillon
    Jan 31, 12:15 PM


    I searched for one on eBay last week! :eek: Where did you get it?

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  • Kilamite
    Oct 3, 09:43 AM
    This is exactly why I turn 3G off on my iPhone. The reception in Edinburgh is appalling - I walk around the city and my phone is constantly skipping between GPRS and 3G. And sometimes it'll just say "No Service" until I turn 3G off and it forces GPRS connection.

    I think the iPhone has really outlined the flaws and poor reception that carriers have in some major areas.

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  • s15119
    Apr 26, 02:40 PM
    duh. Did anyone really think Apple would do something without charging?

    May 4, 01:58 AM
    Good so.
    It's the return of the Mac, Steve Jobs said it so, so let's focus on Macs now and iPhone in second plan for this year at least; it's already a huge success, so...

    Nov 29, 01:58 AM
    I'm from the old school of Schmidt Stixx and Powell & Peralta. I'm looking for a board with totem poles on either side of a temple. I'm unsure which of those companies made them Stixx or Peralta but its hasn't been in production since 87. if anybody knows and can find the name/picture it would be helpful (Yes these where the days when the young adult Tony Hawk ripped the scene just prior to showing that the 720 was possible and doable with STYLE).

    that kind of sounds familiar, let me put my thinking cap on....

    Oct 24, 08:49 AM
    Does it come with the trolley needed to carry it? We're talking notebooks here :)

    do you guys think i should just go ahead and buy a macbook then? i would love a MBP, but its to expensive.. im just a highschool student, and the black would really be great.

    i dont know what to do :(
    If you need it now buy it now! But when the macbooks get upgraded they may have a price drop and more ram and faster CPU and maybe even better graphics, just wait aslong as you can and if they havent had upgrades then your just gunna have to live with that..

    Mar 15, 12:25 AM
    I will be at the Irvine Spectrum tomorrow morning for the opening. Hopefully there won't be too many people there!

    Sep 16, 12:02 AM
    No desire whatsoever for an iPad, actually, I'd never use it :p (Plus it's expensive, my Kindle was only $139; $39 after I sold my original Kindle!)

    Exactly, it's expensive. But, worth it if you've got the monay :p

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