14 Mayıs 2011 Cumartesi

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estate sale. two estate/garage sales.
  • two estate/garage sales.

  • G58
    Jul 6, 10:47 AM
    Anyone above the age of five knows they'll have their fingers snapped off if they touch my iMac screen... and that includes Lord Jobs!

    And that's not just because he didn't reply to my email!:)

    But seriously, I barfed RAM chips when that stupid broad demonstrated the HP Touchsmart. It's the worst thing I've seen for years. Why would Apple go down that road?

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  • BenRoethig
    Sep 5, 03:51 PM
    I really don't see any MB or MBP updates. Again, I could be off, but I don't see those until later this year.

    I'm sure the C2D chips coming out on all sorts of Windows laptops may be putting some pressure on Apple to update their laptop line, but I think it's still too soon.

    It might be too soon for you, but Apple will lose sales if they stick with yonah.

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  • corky
    Jul 25, 03:17 PM
    i thinking of getting an ipod but i need to know your opinion of it should i stick with an mp3 player? what can an ipod do that an mp3 player can't?

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  • MTShipp
    Apr 17, 05:38 PM
    My local BB in Garner, N.C. had "some". I don't know how many. I was walking in for a different reason and saw 2 people in line at the security guy who hovers at the door when you leave. They had clear shopping bags each with an obvious iPad 2 within. They were getting their receipts checked as they were walking out.

    When I finally made it to the computer section, I did not see any lines so assume they were gone or not a mad rush as expected from today's sale. It was about 30 mins after opening.

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  • nefan65
    Mar 25, 01:51 PM
    Ditto. My poor 3G is one step away from being an ipod only... I hate that Apple has essentially bricked that phone. Mine is in great shape, but barely works after the 4.0 update. Retro would be ideal.

    There's zero incentive for Apple to do that. They're in the business of making $$. If they made a phone, and supported it for 5 - 7 years, no one would buy new ones, therefore no revenue. It's all about making cash...

    Plus, a phone going on 3 plus years is pretty good. You got you money's worth. Sell it on E Bay-or Craigslist, and make some cash. Or like you said, an iPod.

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  • twoodcc
    Nov 27, 10:08 AM
    Money talks. &*^#*@!# walks. :)

    money talks is right. i hope it happens though

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  • ipodtoucher
    Mar 6, 09:31 PM
    Here's the next in the series, "Angie"


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  • jlc1978
    Apr 11, 08:20 AM
    I feel bad for all the designers/photographers/filmmakers (part of companys and esp. freelance/new graduates). How the hell will folks be able to afford upgrading every year and/or two years. This doesn't include the time and possible addition outlay to work around the learning curves for all new bells, whistles, bs etc.

    Unless they need one of the new bells and whistles, why upgrade? The old version still works, so unless there is a must have feature then there is no compelling reason to upgrade; other than you *want* the latest version independent of *needing* it.
    If they do need it, but can't afford it; they probably need to reassess their line of work.

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  • str1f3
    Nov 11, 09:48 PM
    The developer behind the Facebook app says he's quit the project because off App Store policies. To TechCrunch he said:

    "My decision to stop iPhone development has had everything to do with Apple�s policies. I respect their right to manage their platform however they want, however I am philosophically opposed to the existence of their review process. I am very concerned that they are setting a horrible precedent for other software platforms, and soon gatekeepers will start infesting the lives of every software developer.

    The web is still unrestricted and free, and so I am returning to my roots as a web developer. In the long term, I would like to be able to say that I helped to make the web the best mobile platform available, rather than being part of the transition to a world where every developer must go through a middleman to get their software in the hands of users.�

    The Facebook app is one of the most downloaded apps and is well-respected. Apple cannot afford to lose really good developers because of their lousy policies. This is going to have to cahnge because clearly there is something wrong here.

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  • Pattycerts
    Nov 12, 10:20 AM

    I really hope Apple makes some changes, anyone who has developed or listren to developers knows what a stupid process this is to get an app approved.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 17, 05:14 PM
    I thought Toys R Us sold cheap plastic toys for kids. I'm obviously mistaken.

    Times have changed. Then again, They've always sold electronics. I remember getting stuff there for my Commodore64 back in the 80s.


    I think we're a bit fooled by the "Toys" in Toys R US.

    "Toy" is also a pretty subjective term.

    This was my winter "toy" when I was younger:


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  • iMeowbot
    Nov 8, 07:45 AM
    Have the physical dimensions changed from the older Macbook? the prnews article mentions more than once that it's '1 inch thin'' - is this something new? I can't recall...
    The old model was 1.08 inches (2.75 cm), so it appears not.

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  • MagicMouse
    Mar 11, 03:54 PM
    It was judged to be a hoax, just like all the MBP rumors so far.

    Are they all really a hoax? Or is Apple covering up true rumors....? Hmmm

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  • AP_piano295
    Apr 27, 03:15 PM
    Did you notice how he put it? "On the media"?

    Skunk you can be a good liberal and recognize the disparities in how our society treats/views different races, while also recognizing the very real presence of disparities in group behavior(s).


    The graph at the bottom of this page shows that black persons are on average 5 times more likely to commit violent crimes than white persons.

    This problem is REAL the media may dis-proportionately report on crimes done by black men. That doesn't mean the disparity doesn't exist. There is something wrong here and refusing to acknowledge the problem will not make it go away.

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  • kalsta
    Apr 3, 04:43 AM
    Personally I'll be disappointed to see iPhone cameras going much above 5 MP. Image quality and creative options are limited by other factors in a device this small, so what's the point in wasting additional storage space for all the extra pixels? If I want to take serious photos I'll use my Canon SLR.

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  • elppa
    Jan 11, 04:15 PM

    1. Airport Express 2.0 with support for video streaming or (Airtunes 2.0)

    2. Wireless AppleTV

    3. WiMax or 3G integrated with new MacBooks

    4. Slingbox to iPhone (as already rumored)

    5. Some sort of iTunes integration with in-flight entertainment

    6. Super-light MacBooks

    7. Phil Shiller suspended from the roof using an ingenious system of wires and runners. I'm sure Phil was made to jump through the air with an iBook in 1999 on to a huge safety mat.

    Earlier this week I saw a rumor about Apple and Garmin joining forces at this years MacWorld. I hope it's true as I bought some Garmin stock earlier this week and already hold 899 shares of Apple.

    Garmin and Disney have partnered (http://www.atmapsend.com/) before and I believe Steve Jobs has more than a passing interest in Disney (board member), so this only adds fuel to the fire.

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  • Iggy
    Nov 8, 07:54 AM

    Ok then, what's next....

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  • iMacmatician
    Mar 12, 06:45 AM
    Prepared to be disappointed.Isn't it for the iPad pre-orders?

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  • Detektiv-Pinky
    Nov 8, 08:51 AM
    Upgrading to 2GB from the 2.0Ghz model seems like a waste since you'll have to throw away perfectly good DIMMS. I hate when Apple forces one to upgrade RAM along with higher priced specs.

    No need to throw them away. There is a thing called Ebay out there ;)

    Dec 5, 04:34 PM
    Who are the Beatles?

    I listened to some previews in iTunes and it just sounds like some old, dusty kind of annoying quasi-hippy stuff.

    Sep 6, 08:24 AM
    3GB of RAM...!

    Is the 7600 256MB any good as a GFX card?


    Oct 13, 11:17 PM
    Well, I like to listen to music on an MP3 player. Windows does not natively support MP3. I don't like product activation, as it means I have to call and reactivate when I change a bunch of hardware, which I'm likely to do enough for it to be a problem. I don't like paying for an OS with an insecure foundation. I don't like paying for an OS which with IE 'removed' still manages to pop up ads in ... IE. I don't like a dos cli, which has some UNIX commands, but ususally requires DOS commands.
    Uh. Windows does have the support. I can play MP3s in Windows Media Player. I can write programs using the API to play MP3s, WMA, ASF, whatever. Maybe you mean to encode? Sure, Microsoft didn't want to pay Fraunhofer for the license, since they have their own audio format that works just fine.

    Product activation. Just sends info on computer--no personal info. One click. No big deal. Microsoft is just protecting its profits losses. I've had my Athlon for a year, changed a lot, XP still runs fine and hasn't bitched.

    Windows is just as insecure as any desktop OS. I've seen many OS X security updates. Desktop OSes are worst for security if you don't know how to fully utilize the OS security components (i.e. NT Security Model, UNIX security model).

    If you want UNIX in Windows. Get cygwin.

    .net is an entirely closed initiative. JScript is JavaScript crippled for IE only. C# is (from what I've heard) bad C++. I have tried to avoid .net for many reasons. I enjoy open standards. I like learning languages which are more likely to succeed in the broadest audience. I hate the whole .dll structure. COM/ASP services I have built in the past refused to scale well.

    Outside of that, I see nothing wrong with .net, and some people will surely code for it, as long as its around.
    Very wrong. Microsoft has a shared-source (other name for open source) .NET VM, compiler, etc. for BSD called ROTOR. It's just as good as the commercial counterpart for Windows, which is free. Hell, ROTOR works on Windows if you want to have ROTOR on Windows. Besides, Mono is GPL'ed open source implementation of Microsoft.NET.

    JScript is not only for IE. It's used in scripting. JScript.NET isn't for IE anyways. It's a scripting language that can be compiled into .NET MSIL CLR.

    C# is a ECMA standard. Java isn't. It isn't bad C++. It isn't even C++. It's Microsoft's version of SUN's Java with quite some differences from Java. C# isn't Java per se, but very similar. C# is actually a very elegant language. It just works.

    Microsoft also encourages standards with XML Web Services. It's an open standard. There's a XML Web Service implementation for Java by SUN. It will play friendly with Microsoft.NET.

    COM/ASP scalability is just as bad as PHP scalability. Microsoft.NET solves this with ASP.NET which is far much more powerful and scalable.
    No what I'm saying is that Apple is a company that invest heavily in its industrial design, its UI development, etc. which gives it a high degree of style.
    No arguments there. Then again, Microsoft has too, especially with Microsoft.NET.

    The hardware of Apple's line, love it or hate it, is highly stylized. The OS has a lot more visual appeal, and more thoughful and intuitive layout. It's bloody UNIX my Granny sends me email from. Windows is available as delivered in Marshmellow or 98 Mode. It just looks bad...
    Opinionated. I don't care if its bloody UNIX your granny sends emails from, she still doesn't know and therefore doesn't take full advantage of UNIX. Marshmellow? 98 Mode? Microsoft has dumped 9x and moved on with NT/2k/XP.

    The ease of use argument is primarily focused opn productivity.

    In Windows, when you empty the trash, an alert/confirmation box appears. You can then change focus to another window, burying the alert box, and freezing the OS, so you have to drill down through all the windows you have open to answer this alert before continuing.
    Why not simply respond to the request of action immediately then move on. Since when would it freeze the OS? Never happened to me. You don't have to answer to continue. Windows NT/2k/XP uses protected memory, just like Mac OS X. In fact, Windows had it long before Mac OS X even came out the public.
    Little annoying counter-intuitive time wasters abound.
    Well... I haven't come across anything counter-intuitive or time wasting in XP. It's all opinonated.
    I have both, I use both, I code on both, and I just feel from experience that the Mac is a better environment to code on. As I said, I'm not rendering, so the raw speed advantages of x86 are lost to the clunkiness of the UI.
    Mac is better vs. PC again. Remember. PC isn't Windows. Besides, the faster speed can help by increasing productivity by making things seem extremely responsive.
    My main machine is a DP867 with 2GB of RAM and a ATA133 RAID.

    It is as responsive it can be.
    Wow, you need that much to be productive under Mac OS X? Jeez.

    Well, I run a Dual PIII 500 Server/occasional workstation with 1GB of PC100 Registered ECC Micron RAM, all name brand, unaltered stuff. It also runs only heavily tested commercial apps (no kazaa like crap).

    It has a BSOD often enough to cause hair loss. Also, it has very destructive BSODs, meaning I get to use my 4 Win2k boot floppies...that's 3 hours of lost time.
    Then you're doing something wrong. Try out Windows XP. Very destructive BSODs, like what? I've only had one about win32k.sys, but that was a memory corruption issue that I quickly solved. Windows XP is absolutely STABLE here.

    Mar 25, 01:07 PM
    After 10 years of "Feels Snappier" How snappy can Safari get? How long before Safari actually snaps in half when you move it?

    Nov 13, 12:30 PM
    Facebook just updated this afternoon. I wonder if Apple rush approved the update because of all this?

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