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  • Tec972
    Nov 25, 03:36 PM
    I assume that you have the Mono set. If so, you have the better one (other than missing Abbey Road and Let It Be. As has been said many times they are better mixes and the differences are fairly significant in places. Due to the differences, it's easier to argue that you need the both.

    I like the Mono set packaging, with the replica sleeves, but the stereo set packaging is also very good with better sleeve notes and the mini documentaries. The box set comes with all the documentaries on one DVD which is better than watching them individually on the CD's

    Go on, you know you want to. :)

    I don't have either, but I was wondering which set was better, overall I guess

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  • phyzics101
    Mar 29, 01:01 AM
    I want to be an attendee one day.

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  • ShnikeJSB
    Aug 8, 01:49 AM
    My bet is on Macbook pro update. with merom processor. maybe even a new form.

    It had BETTER be...

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  • justaregularjoe
    Oct 13, 08:27 PM
    Sure but it's tiny and i think i drew it out of portion as that bed i drew looks giant!

    Lol You are my hero. Thanks, that gives me an idea of what to do around here.

    That's pretty badass!

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  • mscriv
    Apr 7, 11:53 AM
    The Bible says many good things and many bad things. I was highlighting some of the bad things to show how people do pick and choose. Consider Deuteronomy 13-

    6 If thy brother, the son of thy mother, or thy son, or thy daughter, or the wife of thy bosom, or thy friend, which is as thine own soul, entice thee secretly, saying, Let us go and serve other gods, which thou hast not known, thou, nor thy fathers ...

    9 ... thou shalt stone him with stones, that he die; because he hath sought to thrust thee away from the LORD thy God.

    This is pretty clear, and no amount of fitting in with the rest of the Bible or whatever is going to help. Thankfully, people ignore this today. In other words, people apply a moral standard when reading the Bible. The Bible doesn't lead to morality.

    *bold emphasis mine

    I'm sorry friend, but you aren't understanding the full context of what you are reading. The old testament, in this case Deuteronomy, does not stand alone, but is correctly interpreted in light of the new testament and the fulfillment of the law that Christ accomplished through the incarnation and his death.

    God gave the law in the old testament to serve a specific purpose at a specific time to a specific people. From a theological stand point it's purpose was to show that no amount of work or good behavior can bring one to God. The law serves to highlight our separation from God in that none of us can measure up. The wages of sin are death and thus under the law death was the punishment. Under the new covenant Christ's death has paid the price of sin and we no longer need to live under the law.

    So you see, you are guilty of doing what it is you are saying that others are doing. You are picking/choosing a verse out of the old testament and presenting it as if it was a universal command to all believers for all time.

    It's like when you tell a child to play in the front yard but not to cross the street. You are giving them a specific command for a specific time with a specific purpose in mind (their safety). It would be silly to say that your intention was for that child to never cross a street in their life. They are forever forbidden from leaving the front yard because at one point you told them not to cross the street.

    I'm not trying to pick on you or attack you personally, I'm simply trying to help you better understand. People often make the error of thinking the Bible is written like an instruction manual or a recipie book. It's not that simple. You must read it in context and it's context is the entirety of the 66 books contained within it. Additionally, the books are written in different genres of literature and thus various literary tools are used to correctly interpret them.

    For you to quote Deuteronomy as evidence that the Bible "literally" tells believers today they should stone people is incorrect. It's also silly to say "thanfully people today ignore this". This statement highlights your misunderstanding of what you are quoting. Believers don't need to ignore a law/command that was never intended for them. Do you ignore horse and buggy traffic laws that were written centuries ago? You don't need to, those laws were not written for you, but for a specific people at a specific time.

    Much of the old testament is narrative historical literature and it allows believers to understand how God has worked throughout history to reveal himself. To take those narratives and claim they are commands for today's people is both silly and a misrepresentation of what the Bible actually says.

    I think that my objection to a book like this for atheists is that there is no reason to believe that the author of the book's morals or opinions are anymore important or better than anyone else's.

    I'm disagreeing with barkomatic (and do understand what he is saying). I'm saying religion does not provide the basis for modern morality. I'm saying a structured moral code isn't necessary- it is already there as it is in part innate and in part social.

    I understand these difference of opinion and thank you for your clarification.

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  • mooncaine
    Oct 16, 04:26 PM
    Yuck, don't share an earbud. They get a little earwax on 'em, and guess why the earwax is there? To catch bugs, germs, mites, and dust before it gets to your ears. I wouldn't want to share your earbud -- nothing personal -- and you sure ain't welcome to use mine.

    You want to share? Bring along some tiny headphones that don't stick into your ear -- remember those? Cheap as chips, so if you sit on 'em, no big loss. Let 'em sit at the bottom of your backpack til you need 'em.

    Or let her plug in to your iPod, but then you won't be able to hear at the same time.

    About Ballmer's choice of words: he's just trying to sound cool, and not sound like he spends all day in a suit, in an office with Windows machines, muted green cubicle walls, and a stinky fridge in the coffee room. "Squirt" is unintentional poetry -- Mac users share, but Windows users squirt? :D Steve, please, no more squirting on my network.

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  • Maxiseller
    Sep 12, 05:46 PM
    AGREED. 100%. WTF have they done?? I think I'm going to overwrite the new control buttons with the old ones.

    For gods sake, what a bunch of whiners.

    It's a neat sleek user interface and I really like the changes. It looks less cluttered, and more importantly easier to use. Everything has nice clear spacing - and the move away from Aqua which has been with us forever is NOT a bad thing.

    Aqua looks a little outdated now, and I like the fact that Apple are experimenting with new design ideas. I hope iTunes is the template that affects the rest of the OS.

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  • Otaviano
    Nov 13, 03:13 AM
    The hardcore Apple fans boys are coming out of the woods today. Criticizing the developer, Facebook, everything but Apple's ridiculous App Store policies.

    I just want to know why an established global business like Facebook, can't get permission to push through bug fixes without waiting two weeks for approval? It's freaking ridiculous, and there is an apparent pattern where an app is approved without problems and updates are delayed for weeks on end.

    I've been put out by Apple's stupid approval policy on two apps I paid for. Waiting weeks at a time for crucial bug fixes to get pushed into the app store. Knowing the developer has fixed the issue but I'm stuck with an app I paid for that doesn't work properly.

    I love Apple's products but they need to put in some work to make the App Store approval process better. Either more training and reviewers, or create some programs where established companies with a proven track record can get updates out there quickly.

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  • torbjoern
    Apr 26, 12:35 PM
    Question one. No, I'm not saying whites are as likely to commit a gun crime. I have no idea if that is true or not.

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  • saving107
    Mar 25, 12:35 PM
    Can anyone confirm the battery life is addressed?

    The update was just released minutes ago, their is no way anyone can have an accurate answer until after testing it for a few hours.

    No one can confirmed the battery performance has improved after just 10 minutes of testing it.

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  • balamw
    Aug 24, 06:23 PM
    So even though I have a MBP and not a PB I can probably get a new battery as well by changing the serial numbers despite what is really on my battery.
    1) The MBP doesn't use the same batteries.
    2) If you don't return your defective battery they will charge you.

    You sure you want to do that?


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    Apr 2, 03:59 AM
    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)

    I hope this is true!!!

    How is Sony's track record with sensors though?
    Let's go Fall! (Not even WWDC ;))

    They make all of Nikons sensors, even the high end D3S and D3X dSLRs ones. They also made (or make?) Canon point and shoot sensors; at least as of a few years ago. Sony was one of the first with backlit CMOS as well.

    Oh, and I think Pentax, if you want to consider them a camera compay, uses Sony sensors.

    They also make the sensor in the excellent d7000, which handles high iso really well.

    This can only be good news..

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  • yellow
    Aug 3, 11:54 AM
    OK, so their inital aim was implicitly to get in-the-face of smug Mac users. And then Apple "leans" on them, so they go all nicey-nice and 'decide' to a USB wifi card instead? Doesn't this seem slightly odd to anyone else?

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  • macUser2007
    Nov 3, 03:31 PM
    On a full sized computer? That's horrible. Adobe has to get their act together and make flash more efficient before they can be allowed on the iphone. :rolleyes:

    Well, yes, on a full-size C2D iMac.

    But, did you notice the part where on a similar, C2D AOPEN Mini, running Windows 7, IE8 runs the same Flash movie at 0%-1%, Chrome and Firefox at 4%, but Safari goes to almost 30%.

    I'd say it's Apple that has the problem, and not Adobe.

    Flash works just fine, and it's useful and necessary to the vast majority of users. Adobe seems to be doing a very good job with 10, and from what I've seen, it runs just fine on mobiles presumably less powerful than the iPhone.

    The way I see it, if there is a pi$$ing match between Apple and Adobe, and Adobe takes its ball (Creative Suite) and walks away from Apple, the Mac OS will die, for all practical purposes.

    Anyway, the iPhone must have Flash, if it is to remain competitive, and Apple really needs to dedicate some resources, and make sure Flash (and Java) run better on OS X.

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  • philr5150
    Mar 25, 04:14 PM
    if you only use it for phone calls and text then it's no problem but if you play a game or surf the web then it may get problematic to achieve a battery life that long

    Not at all. I surf, call, text and game - not 3D games but Angry Birds (naturally). 24 hours easily, 36 on lighter days.

    What helps is the off-peak synching - you can set it to stay online during certain times and not others, so between 12am and 6am it only checks for email every 2 hours, the data connection shuts off otherwise. That helps save a chunk of battery power.

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  • emotion
    Nov 8, 08:25 AM
    ...and 64 bit, and better SIMD processing etc. Recent MacWorld benchmarks show the same clockspeed C2D 28% faster than the CD in iTunes encoding. That sold it to me.

    Agreed. That would have been with a bigger cache though. Is there much of a speed bump for the 1.83?

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  • ColdFlame87
    Nov 6, 10:44 PM
    Bring them on for all those waiting for updated Macbooks!

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  • kavika411
    Mar 29, 05:03 PM
    And to look at it in a slightly different way ...

    Would it have helped the United States to have some country intervene and determine the outcome in our civil war?

    I don't know, citizenzen. Tell me: would it have helped the United States to have some country intervene the outcome in our civil war?

    At the moment, I'm more interested if Piano's military intervention criteria apply to the Republic of Congo.

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  • DaveF
    Apr 17, 01:40 PM
    Toys R Us? Seriously? What a bizzarre place to buy a tablet PC. I guess we'll be seeing them with the Fisher Price laptops.

    I guess you're too young to remember Children's Palace or the Sears Christmas catalog :) Used to be that's where you'd go to browse, play with, and buy your Atari 400 or Vic-20.

    Back to the present: hold on to your hat, this is going to blow you away, but Toys R Us already sells...the iPod Touch!!!!

    I don't know why you would expect them to not also sell its big brother, the hottest toy / gadget to be found? It's for kids, you know?

    Oct 15, 04:38 PM
    So how many people here have actually gone up to a girl youve never met and asked if she wants to share your sweaty earbuds? My guess is nobody, because its creepy as hell, its like holding hands with someone you just met. It was just a PR response to a competitors product, I doubt jobs was being serious thinking people with ipods actually do stuff like that on a regular basis.

    The Zune isnt really a way to pick up chicks either, I think it was more designed for friends to share music. Even having the debate is pretty pointless, its all marketting mumbo jumbo. Plus last time I checked you can share headphones with a Zune too.

    That's almost exactly his point, why would you need to send music to someone when you could just share headphones? MS is jusking asking for virus problems here.

    Jan 11, 04:39 PM
    its gotta be:
    Figure a new umpc, maybe a tablet, and make it always connected via some new 3/4G network. They'll make a tiny device that people will always carry.

    The thing is, is it shouldn't be more exspensive than my existing phone plus data plan.

    cult hero
    Mar 25, 05:49 PM
    Asperger's isn't a personality disorder!

    No, it certainly isn't. It's proof that we're evolving (albeit, slowly).

    Oct 26, 05:41 PM
    I agree. This seems a risky way to deal with a hardware defect. My first macbook had RSS, and apple exchanged it for a new one with me. If this one started doing it I'd be very worried - firmware update or no.

    Yup. The way to properly handle the problem is to replace the MoBo's. I don't want to start a "this update will make your laptop overheat" rumor, but I'm pretty certain that they are trying to bypass the root defect.

    Aug 30, 09:57 AM
    How much time does it take to switch between OS's when using Parallels?
    You're switching to an open window running Windows. It's instant.

    It's really about the same as a Remote Desktop Connection window - the Parallels copy of Windows is running completely inside an OSX window. The Windows taskbar is at the bottom of the window, etc.

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