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  • cupcakes2000
    Apr 12, 08:58 AM
    Taken from the top of Mount Leconte in Great Smoky Mountain National Park.

    This is really cool!

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  • BrianMojo
    Jul 26, 03:54 PM
    I can look at diagrams all day long

    I'm impressed by your endurance! ;)

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  • MacProCpo
    Nov 24, 07:17 AM
    glad to have you! like SciFrog said, get a passkey and run the bigadv units on that mac pro!

    I've got my passkey! Now I have a couple of my machines working on units. I have a small Linux Render farm that I'll put online here shortly.

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  • alent1234
    Apr 13, 02:03 PM
    Not a single analyst has explained WHY this would be better for Apple than simply selling more Apple TVs. They just say it like it makes sense and expect us to believe them.

    I'm sorry, but that's not good enough.

    WHY would Apple want to take on shipments of large, expensive packages?

    WHY would Apple want to limit their market for a new product to people who want an entirely new TV?

    WHY do you think Apple cares more about what logo is on the back of the TV that by what software is showing up on the screen?

    And WHY isn't the Apple TV good enough for the goal of getting the iOS and iTunes worlds into the living room?

    I think the changes to the latest Apple TV is a sign of where Apple wants to be headed. The next Apple TV will be even smaller and come free when you buy a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. Wait and see! Just like giving e-mail away helps Google's ecosystem, so does getting Apple TVs into people's houses help Apple's ecosystem.

    Selling some $2,000 TV doesn't help with that.

    because in the big picture the apple tv is a tiny niche product and will stay that way with boxee and roku. consoles rule the living room as media boxes


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  • maclaptop
    Apr 22, 05:01 PM
    The GSMArena article is wrong there. It is true that the F700 was officially "introduced in Feb 2007", but it was already shown at the IFA fair in Berlin in autumn 2006.

    So what?

    No one will deny the success Apple has, yet its not good enough for this greedy CEO and company.

    They are just out of control. Pure unadulterated gluttony.

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  • iHateWindows
    Nov 4, 11:47 AM
    Maybe I need more RAM, but I was dissapointed to be reminded of Virtual PC, the way it totally slows the rest of my Mac down... (
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    Take into consideration that you're running a beta OS on beta software. Both Fusion and Vista will get faster and more bug-free over time.


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  • Popeye206
    Apr 13, 01:58 PM
    Hummm... make it a little of everything.... Build in a Mac, and AppleTV with Wifi, Airplay, Blue tooth, and Thunderbolt.

    Now you have a computer, a media center and a TV. Add a wireless keyboard with a build in trackpad and now I can sit on my couch and do everything. And don't forget... link in your iPad or iPhone for more fun! :)

    I'd become the iPotato! LOL!

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  • iSee
    Apr 16, 06:27 PM
    Why would you need 64 bit for a MBA? To fly off those huge sample libraries that the processor would lock up over?
    64 bit is only for massive memory allocations and a MBA doesn't even have the CPU to pull it off... :rolleyes:

    At this point I think it's mainly a matter of keeping the platform unified. Why support two kernals longer than you have to? The sooner Apple makes 64-bit the default, the sooner they can dump the 32-bit kernal altogether.


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  • blahblah100
    Apr 29, 02:56 PM
    Apple pays 70% straight to the record companies, which would be $0.90. If Amazon pays the same, then they have $0.21 loss before they even start. Or Amazon gets different prices than Apple, which would need some explaining.

    How so? Why would there need to be some explaining, if this was the case?

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  • SeanMcg
    Nov 3, 11:34 AM
    It will be interesting to see changes the parallels will make. competition is nice. unless you are microsoft...

    ..who won't let you legally ( install a "Home" version of Vista in a virtual enviroment, forcing you to pay more for the Ultimate version.


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  • whatever
    Oct 23, 11:18 AM
    oh great. so those mac users who are possibly interested in actually getting a legitimate version now have to pay a lot...

    ...kinda puts one of getting a legitimate version...
    Come on, who really buys legal copies of Windows?

    A few years ago I tried to buy a legal copy of Windows 2000 (the software I was loading required 2000 and would not work on XP). I started off at CompUSA and after a few more stores I ended up contacting Microsoft directly and they thought I was crazy. They were totality confused by my request to buy a legal copy of Windows. They referred me to the restore discs that came with a Dell we had. Well, that didn't really help much. And then they actually recommended that I borrow a copy from a friend.

    And here I was trying to buy a legal copy of Windows from MS, granted it wasn't the latest version (however XP had just come out, so 2000 wasn't that old) and MS was telling me to pirate the software.

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  • aardwolf
    Apr 15, 03:50 PM
    And dropbox now works without the plist hack

    The Dropbox forum build has been working without the plist hack for over a week. Check out to get it.


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  • kalsta
    Apr 14, 06:20 PM
    Ok, I'll play along.

    It's a BEATLES branded iPAD (like the U2 Branded iPod from years ago).

    Number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9, number 9

    I'm guessing, in that case, that it only comes in white. ;) (Only the real Beatles fans will get that one.)

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  • Sodner
    Apr 12, 10:08 AM
    Hmmm. I was fully convinced that dethmaShine was being totally sarcastic with his posts. Seemed obvious to me.

    But I see that 5 other posters don't think so. Those are some pretty big odds...5/ I really right?

    Yeah, I still think I am. :p

    Edit: 7 now!

    Well he did have the spec whore thing down and was a pretty convincing Android Fanboy as well.


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  • supremedesigner
    Jul 24, 03:38 PM
    Scroll Ball? Hmmm...wondered if it's gonna be sensor scroll bar instead of pea-sized ball?

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  • rorschach
    Apr 14, 03:49 PM
    I'm not a picky person, but it's the fact that it never did this before that's really the problem. Apple is usually one of the few companies that really pay attention to details...things like the rubber banding when scrolling, the subtle volume fade-out when music is interrupted by a phone call/notification, etc are part of what set the iPhone apart.

    Apps aren't launching more quickly, they are launching more slowly, btw. Even after a total restore it takes very little time for things to start lagging again. This only started after 4.2/4.3.

    Okay, I just reproduced this problem. After which I rolled my eyes and said "What's the big deal?"

    I mean really, this is BEYOND picky. No wonder us Apple users have a reputation for being douchebags.

    I hadn't even NOTICED this until now, and now that I have, I'm not really sure why I'm supposed to care. Honestly, if it's a choice between fixing this and putting more development resources into iOS 5, I much prefer the latter.


    EDIT: I wanted to add that I'd rather my app launch faster than for time to be wasted playing a silly animation. Based on how fast the app comes up, that may be what's going on here.


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  • satkin2
    Apr 15, 03:40 AM
    Apps universal between iOS and OSX would make sense, an iWorks suite that you can run on either your Mac and finish on your iOS device, that would be really nice.

    I wouldn't be suprised if this was just a coding error, but sometime in the future I can imagine that the ability to run the same apps on both systems will be possible.

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  • rmwebs
    Apr 26, 05:04 PM
    LOL you didn't even know about the outage until i posted a link. now it was just some tiny network glitch that wasn't the run of the mill ;)

    did i ever say apple's was gonna be the biggest and the baddest? the funny thing is....i use amazon vod all the time on my naw, i'm not really an apple fanboy but thanks for assuming.

    Then what the hell was the point in your little rant?! Your whole argument was based on a rare outage. My original point was that Amazons 10 datacenters will work better than Apples point still stands.

    FYI: I was very aware of the outage. I run a cloud virtualization (Xen based) company built on S3, GoGrid and Rackspace.

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  • 0815
    May 3, 08:06 AM
    Nice upgrade :) ... but I was hoping for an 500GB SSD option :(

    Apr 12, 08:25 PM
    Thanks, just saw it.

    Kind of surprised it's such a late thing... doesn't Apple tend to do events at 10 AM, not 10 PM? (I guess it's still only 7 PM on their coast... still, isn't it time to go home by now for their employees?)

    This is Vegas, baby! Most people probably just woke up...

    Apr 10, 11:23 AM (

    Makes me smile! Thanks, I needed that! :)

    Apr 17, 07:50 PM
    Thunderbolt would be a killer feature for this machine - and would open up a whole load of expansion options.

    Sonnet are marketing a load of interesting accessories, from Gigabit ethernet and FW800 adapters, to RAID arrays, to full-size PCIe expansion card housings, all of which can connect via Thunderbolt.

    Those CPUs are pretty fast. For everyone except gamers it should be a nice machine.

    To be honest, if you carry a TB to FW, RAID, PCIe expansions, whats the point of carrying an Air?
    Also, will they have to sacrifice a 2.0 USB port in order to intergrate a TB port?

    Idk why people say that the update affects only gamers. It affects almost everyone. OpenGLs, 3D, movies, etc.

    Although I do believe the CPU will have an amazing boost, I think the GPU sacrifice will be a very huge one. But only time will tell.

    Jul 26, 05:28 PM
    Here we have a PDA device - virtual keyboard, gesture recognition, etc. with a strong possibility of direct connection to the internet (sans computer).

    Imagine your in a cafe with friends, some one says hey have you heard this song...? you go online (itunes) right there (wifi) access the song and load it up to your device - pop it into a new play list, rate it etc.

    Apple can remove a big barrier of complexity (computer) by making it all in one simple ipod-like device. So there is pobably an entire market strategy with itunes store, etc that extends from this new device. i just bet ya...

    With eBooks this type of device would be awesome for corp. training and documentation access, even better for military type applications, mechanical work, and combat conditions -- a bastion for podCasters.

    AND the Airport has a cheap harddrive in it that watches internet access and downloads locally the most often popular sites, and monitors them for change, to GREATLY speed access and low connection band width requirements.

    I also told Apple to build this.

    Of course this would have to catigorize sites to do this, so it can avoid things better kept live, and screen for porn, this would be the hard part but this IS just a better firewall :eek: :eek: :eek:

    Apr 16, 08:24 AM
    Uh please.

    Google has done a helluva lot to Android since they bought it. Android is unrecognisable now to what it was in 05. They have simply bought a brand name to get their product popular.

    In other words, you are talking rubbish sir. Stop accusing people of trolling, when they are simply telling it how it is.

    Google done HELLUVA work after Schmidt got onto the board of directors of Apple and got all the details he needed to copy every single thing?

    Google fanboiis fail to see the reality how it is. Truth hurts.

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