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  • AndrewR23
    Mar 27, 02:37 PM
    Anyone think he will win the case? (even if the buyer makes one)

    the buyer has 0 feedback.

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  • Pavijan
    Apr 20, 03:00 PM
    Thought I would take a pic of my other production box, being the G5 is busy ripping a movie with handbrake! Hope I don't offend!

    can you please post the original? or link?

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  • Sweener88
    Oct 10, 01:13 AM
    I have ten that rotate every minute:

    Whered u get that dock!? :)

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  • AP_piano295
    May 6, 10:33 AM
    Your thinking seems to contradict yourself back and forth.

    Are you really saying that because Japan had limited natural resources it was justified in seizing Korea, invading Manchuria, invading China, attacking the Soviets, invading Indonesia, and attacking any country that decided not to resupply Japan's war machine?

    I'd say you're totally wrong in trying to justify Japan's war of expansion

    My thinking is that war is bloody stupid exactly 100% of the time. It only happens because humans display a shockingly small amount of psychological development between the age of 5 and 45.

    Of course my opinions don't count, the world's opinions are what actually matter. And historically speaking the "world" has no problem with war, in fact we seem pretty into it.

    So according to the world's opinion I see nothing wrong with what Japan did. They wanted stuff they started a war, we threatened their war effort they started a war with us.

    In terms of national politics I see nothing particularly wrong with that. In terms of being a human being I find it enormously disgusting.


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  • Silas1066
    Dec 29, 07:03 AM
    The India remark is not a bash against Indians, it is a bash against overseas outsourcing, and to some extent insourcing.

    India does not have the worker protections, laws, etc. that the US has. The country is basically a sweat shop, and Indian consulting firms, desperate for American business, will routinely lie, overestimate their ability to complete a project, and then treat their workers like crap. The result is the project rarely gets done correctly. This is from 15 years IT experience -I have seen it many, many times.

    Microsoft routinely ships development projects to India in order to tap into low-wage labor and avoid US laws. Apple probably does some of this as well, although MS is notorious for it. The quality of MS products has gone down, perhaps as a result of this (among many other factors).

    Cloud computing may ultimately mean that a H1B comes into your company, drops a couple circuits in, and everything runs from India: no need to hire American workers. The office is "virtualized." When the Indian workers become expensive, the Indian firms just ship those jobs over to China.

    10 years from now, the IT industry in the US may have gone the way of the textile industry, with basically everyone losing their jobs. I hope that doesn't happen, because I like working in this industry, and my kid likes computers ...


    As far as MS being the best corporate infrastructure, give me a break. Microsoft ripped off Novell to get Active Directory (which isn't even as good -it lacks fault tolerance and the performance is poor), and before that ripped off Apple to get the GUI. Windows 7 looks like a cheap OSX knock-off made in mainland China. MS steals ideas, Apple is the innovator.

    As I said before, MS makes good front-end applications, and a few good back-end ones as well (SQL is good but very, very expensive -Exchange is a piece of shi*). Their OS still runs on old technology and it shows.

    GPOs can do ten million things, 95% of which corporations never use -that is called feature creep.

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  • conshok26
    Jul 8, 06:43 PM
    Just where everyone is thinking of heading. Also does anyone know how the Apple store is going to do things since it's inside the mall?


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  • Anuba
    Jan 10, 04:12 PM
    So whats your opinion, personally i think it was to focused on the iphone...

    I hate these keynotes with a passion and always wish someone would napalm all the smug brainwashed idiots in the audience constantly applauding Steve "Hitler" Jobs like he was deity... ooh look a button, this calls for a standing ovation... creepy freaks. But enough about me.

    I thought it was pretty underwhelming. Even though the iPhone appears to be a very cool and well designed gadget, the battery solution blows (short life + non-swappable) and 4/8 GB is a joke. Initially it seemed everyone was drooling all over the screens, but after the excitement had settled down I guess it wasn't so hot after all. For some reason it gave me flashbacks to that Keynote where he showed that god awful Motorola ROKR phone with built-in iTunes, with all these old geezer CEOs from various third parties making awkward fish-out-of-water appearances and stuttering their way through written notes... but yeah, I guess people who were looking forward to Leopard would feel kind of miffed. Myself I don't get very excited over point releases, call me when they have OS11 ready.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Jan 10, 04:04 PM
    Volkswagen has taken a new direction with the design of their Passat.

    Whereas most automakers are putting more thought into bringing more and better small cars to the market these days, Volkswagen is making their new Passat bigger and a lot cheaper. (http://jalopnik.com/5729079/the-2011-volkswagen-passat-less-wagen-more-volk)

    The engine choices remain good, especially the rare diesel option, but how are they going to shave $7000 off the base price of the Passat AND make it larger without turning it into just another Camry/Malibu/Taurus/Impala/Accord soulless bore-fest McSedan?

    Volkswagen's following in the US is built on buyers looking for a more European-flavored car. Volkswagen, however, now seem intent on making their lineup more "American". This seems sure to alienate Volkswagen's core buyers in the US.


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  • yg17
    Apr 27, 10:04 AM
    The lesbians.

    What kind of lesbians are we talking about? The stereotypical flannel wearing butch lesbian that can probably kick any guy's ass, or the 18 year old hot blonde lesbians in porn who probably aren't really lesbian but will eat carpet on camera because it pays? Because I'm a fan of the latter.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    May 5, 12:49 PM
    Nope, not too squeamish just going by the thread title. It's torture, there you happy?

    No, I'm not, because I want it to stop. But at least you are speaking in plain english now.

    Again, we are not europe. So europe doesn't torture and where has that gotten them? They still get attacked by terrorists, even sweden, go figure. Moral superiority or not, safety of our nation and other western nations is more important. If torture is needed to get that information and save thousands of lives, then we should do it.

    This has nothing to do with Europe vs the US. Europe doesn't have any bearing on whether Americans feel torture is an acceptable activity. I don't think we need to torture people in order to combat terrorism. Torture is wrong, it damages our credibility and brutalizes us as a society. I want no part in it, and bin Laden's carcass is a very poor reward for the hundreds of thousands of people who have died during this quest to find him. After 9/11, the US received genuine sympathy from all over the world. We've squandered that goodwill and then some over the last decade.

    Someone has to do the dirty work, and it's always us. But that's ok, that's how it's always been and it's why we're such a proud nation.

    American exceptionalism at its worst. As long as you think you're better than everyone else, you'll be blind to reality and it will cost us in the end.


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  • Hastings101
    Apr 3, 11:39 PM
    Really liked how this turned out.

    Original - Source (http://www.deviantart.com/download/203367387/concept_by_relhom-d3d2va3.jpg)

    Your dock is really nice looking

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  • WinterMute
    Sep 25, 09:51 AM
    One thread per topic please.


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  • DrewDaHilp1
    Apr 4, 11:14 AM
    Price when I sell my current iPhone 4 just went up 50 bucks.

    Yup. I'm thinking the same thing.

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  • joeboy_45101
    Sep 26, 10:19 PM
    I think .Mac is great, and this sneak peek gets me a somewhat excited. Having said that, I thing the .Mac service needs a LOT of work. I mean let's really look at what it offers: a cool email ADDRESS "somebody@mac.com", full usage of the Backup app., secure iChats, groups, and iWeb publishing, and this for $99 a year. WOW!:rolleyes:

    Ok, listen! .Mac gets me about as hot and bothered as an egg salad sangwich, I got suckered into it about 2 years ago when Apple was offering subscriptions for a discounted price on the day after Thanksgiving. I remain subscribed and probably will as long as the service is offered but it is practically featureless in it's current form. You know what I really want to see first off .Mac apps like a .Mac iCal or maybe a .Mac TextEdit, how about new Fonts available only to .Mac members, and .Mac Widgets (like once promised). And then the price, the price needs to come down a bit maybe $59 a year.


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  • king1koopa
    Feb 17, 01:02 PM
    uploading is sooooo slow...

    could you post the background, please?

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  • ezekielrage_99
    Mar 22, 09:43 PM
    Then don't put it in the portfolio. If all you can do is one thing at a time, then yes a hole will appear. If you're a freelancer, you will NOT BE BLAMED for a company's evil doings. If you ARE blamed, you don't know how to pitch yourself.

    Ad agency specifically in Australia are an interesting thing, since it's a very small market it's very easy to be out of the system due to who knows who and who has worked for who. Nepotism at its worst IMHO.

    Never send a boy to do a man's job. Or, in other words, recognize the difference between yourself and what you're getting into. If you can't tell, then sayings such as, "in hindsight," will be in your future.

    That was the point of my initial posts, hindsight is 20:20, and learning off others experience/failures can be a good thing.

    Read: UP FRONT. Bedazzled for the maple table and view of the Meiji-jingu is just that - bedazzled. The problem was your lack of experience. **BUT** that would only be held against you if you couldn't EXPLAIN it. Now if you're talking about getting more work in Japan itself, then you'd better qualify your answers as such, because that is a different business culture.

    It was hardly being bedazzled by awesomeness or dealing on a different cultural level with Japanese business (which I have done in the past, funny story about curved edged business cards though...)

    Considering it was one of the largest web advertising companies in the Southern Hemisphere, hardly a player you'd expect to take a fall and be out of business within 6months of contracting there.... It had massive backing, a large list of clients, and employed well over 750 staff in Australia alone.

    If you're in a position to pick-and-choose, then either (a) you already know yourself, your talent, your work, and you are NOT the kind of person who the OP is, or (b) you need to go through the fire AND know how to learn from and explain mistakes.

    Though I understand where you're coming from, you also have to credit the fact there's an expectation of newbies to take every single job coming just because it pays rather than taking a strategic look instead of the day-to-day tactical vision.


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  • pknz
    Jul 31, 06:26 AM
    Err, nope. No country is on 1st August yet.
    Japan is the earliest to be on 1st Aug, but at this time of my writing, it's still 8:24 pm (31 July) in Japan.
    Obviously OP wants the attention of being the thread starter. :rolleyes:

    Er... New Zealand (and Australia, et al) will be in August before Japan.

    Still 35mins to go.

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  • Mr.Noisy
    Apr 4, 04:49 AM
    Just updated desktop & Dock Indicators, simple :)

    Link to Original Image (http://www.wallpapersonly.net/view/wide-hd-fullhd-simple-2560x1600.html)

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  • psychometry
    Oct 5, 06:12 PM
    On the contrary, resizeable textareas are part of the CSS3 standard; Safari 3.0 will simply be the first mainstream browser to implement it. Once you try it, I promise you will not want to go back. It's really a non-issue, and I'm surprised anybody's complaining about it to the point they would disable this end-user feature using JavaScript. I'll just disable JavaScript on your site, then, buddy.

    The CSS3 resizer property is fine and good because you can set resizer:none to a form element if you want to. As a side note, resizer applies to all elements, including html, meaning a site could prevent you from resizing the browser window. That has the potential to be very annoying if abused, as I'm sure it will be. Right now, I don't think any of the main 5 or 6 browsers support this propery for any element.

    What worries me is if Safari is implementing this feature using built-in DOM functions instead of just supporting the CSS3 property. This is a possibility to me. They've got quite a ways to go in terms of the standard right now.

    Apr 28, 07:03 AM
    You mean people aren't exactly rushing out to buy the iPhone 4, as apple preps the iPhone 5 - shocking.

    Why would apple or verizon be surprised.

    Then why is this guy saying the iPhone 4 could be sold well into 2012 at the current sales level ? :confused:

    I guess this means end of the year introduction (if even that) for iPhone 4S/5 (or what ever they will call it). In all honesty I'm not surprised. With the current sales Apple could easily be pushing iPhone all the way to early 2012.

    Seriously, the older the iPhone 4 gets, the further away the competition is. I doubt Apple can milk that cow for much longer.

    Apr 28, 05:23 PM
    For me it's a simple matter of timing - I'm waiting for LTE (I tend to keep my phones for 3-5 years). Verizon eliminated the 1-year contract option, so a non-LTE iPhone 5 isn't something I'd buy either, let alone an iPhone4.

    Apr 2, 02:56 PM

    Apr 27, 04:16 PM
    Why does it take a media storm for Apple to open up on an issue ? It would be so much better if they more forthcoming and frank befoe an issue snowballs.

    You are very, very negative.

    Nov 1, 09:14 AM
    Got mine through this morning from the AppleStore. Its absolutely wicked! Very, very diddy and comes with this cool little docking station to charge it and interface with my Mac. Looking forward to a trip to the gym tonight... ;)

    Does it come with the new or old earphones?

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