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  • nonameowns
    Apr 12, 12:49 PM
    hmm i wonder when the day will come that universal currency will show up ;)

    hello mass effect :p gimme some billion credits kthx

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  • MacRumors
    Mar 28, 08:15 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/03/28/wwdc-2011-sells-out-in-under-12-hours/)


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  • Antares
    May 4, 09:40 PM
    This could be really nice. A natural evolution for display on portable device. I hope it pans out sooner than later.

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  • ReanimationLP
    Aug 3, 09:15 PM
    Heh, I'm willing to bet that the Leopard discs will be up on a BT site within a weeks time. :rolleyes:

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Oct 1, 11:18 AM
    Gotta check this mode out, sounds like fun. I asked this before but its been awhile, has anyone beat it on legendary yet? I am going to go through it anyway but i was just wondering.
    I actually finished my Solo Legendary run last night. It was, quite possibly, the worst experience I've ever had in gaming. I could only take a level or two a day, and even then, they would each take me roughly 2 hours to complete. The final level last night actually took me 3.5 hours. I was taking it slow and deliberate, but still I died 23 times. It was about as far from fun as I could imagine. I mentioned this earlier in the thread, but I mean it even more now. I vehemently disagree with the way Bungie ups the "Difficulty" in this game. The way it seems to work to me goes like this...

    You start with Normal difficulty, where you and the enemies do a base level of damage, and have a base level of damage resistance. Upping this to Heroic means the enemies have more damage resistance, but also do more damage to you. When you up this to Legendary, it gets even worse. An 3 Sniper rounds won't drop the shields of some Elites, but at the same time, roughly 3-4 shots from a measly Plasma Pistol will drop your shields, leaving you completely vulnerable to any more attacks. This means that now, even a little pack of lowly Grunts can, and probably will, mess you up. Let alone when the game throws you, by yourself, into an area where there are 4-5 Skirmishers, 5-6 Grunts, and a group of Elite Rangers. Oh and just to make it "Harder" for you, here, take this Pistol with 24 rounds, and a worthless Assault Rifle that is only good in close quarters, but if you get that close, you will get just destroyed. :rolleyes:

    To me, it seems like many games that do this, are trying to add artificial "Difficulty" to a game to make up for a lack of actual AI challenge. In a perfect world, where the AI in games is remotely competent, game makers could just make the enemies react and interact in more challenging ways. But, since even in the AI in games still ranks as mentally incapacitated, so they have to resort to artificially challenging you by bending the rules of the game to make it "harder" to beat. This sucks, but is apparently the best we can get.

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  • kpbpsw
    Nov 4, 06:18 PM
    Apple's website was thick with Flash and frames when the iPhone was first announced. It was the "real internet".

    Steve Jobs deliberately stayed away from displaying the Apple website on an iPhone for months... because Safari couldn't display it correctly, if at all.

    At the time, I noted online what he was doing, and commented that Apple was going to have to totally redesign their website before the iPhone went on sale.

    And so they did.

    Apple never used flash for anything more than simple animated ads on their site! And moved away from that to Quicktime based video. If you were seeing Flash it was because you were on a PC with out quicktime and the Apple site was falling back to flash!

    Flash is evil it is not searchable, it is a black stain on the open web!

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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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  • Photics
    Apr 11, 10:46 PM
    (ahem) There IS a difference. Photoshop is far more advanced that Pixelmator for P-R-O-F-E-S-S-I-O-N-A-L work. It has a deeper set of tools and features available. Why do you think it's expensive? For one, it has many plug-ins and filters built in that come from third party developers.

    I've been using Photoshop — professionally — for about 16 years. In that time I've seen the cost of technology dramatically drop. I've seen lots of open source software hit the market. And yet, Adobe still wants me to pay $600 for what I see as bloat.

    Photoshop has better layer effects, and better type control. But other than that, I think Pixelmator is pretty solid. (I haven't had to worry about the CMYK color space in years. HA!) The quartz filters are fun. I like the speed and lightweight footprint of the app. I like how Pixelmator handles certain tools... like the Magic Wand.

    Pixelmator is a nice application and does things pretty close to what Photoshop does, but only to a certain degree with a ceiling limit. For $29 bucks, you're only getting what you get in Pixelmator, nothing more. Photoshop, however is a very demanding program that takes up a lot of RAM and a learning curve.

    With Pixelmator, I should be automatically getting an upgrade... version 2.0 for free.

    (It jumped to $59.99 though. It looks like the lower price is gone.)

    I've been using brushes, layers, blends, filters, color correction... I'm very happy with the software. I have CS4 Design Premium on my PC. If it was so much better, I could simply turn on my PC.

    Sure, if you work at like a Printshop or design house, it's like expected to have Adobe products. I don't have that problem. I can pick alternatives. Between iWork and Pixelmator, I've eliminated the need for a lot of expensive software that I used to use on my PC. I wanted to move CS4 over to my Mac, but that would have been $600. So instead, I got Pixelmator and iWork.

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  • Konfabulation
    Oct 15, 04:42 PM
    Bear in mind, Jobs is making fun of wireless capacities today. Apple probably waited for the right time to release the "video" iPod (IMHO they could've waited for at least 640x480), so it's not as bad as you describe it.
    There are other wireless capacities that wuld be much more useful, for example, wirless bluetooth headphones. (Like logitech makes, but without the external transmitter)

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  • jaxstate
    Aug 29, 10:37 AM
    Sounds like a good system. A person can buy a dummy pc if they want, a linux box, or a Mac.
    What if they don't have any choice but to buy your product? All of the Windows OEMs are instant customers for Vista, whether they like it or not. This is how the system works for Microsoft.

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  • jlc1978
    Apr 11, 09:00 AM
    Not so much about the data caps. There's no choice with many service providers. AT&T's data plan with the iPad for one example.

    Without being too argumentative, the problem is people want a specific device and unlimited data. You can get unlimited data in a number of ways - just not necessarily with a specific device.

    More to the point, I think it's just Full of Win mentioning that it's not a very ideal solution for those in Adobe's demographic. Which is a point we can discuss. I personally feel they've got it right, but I doubt there will be any substantial market for renting the full on suites when buying them outright ends up being a cheaper/more convenient option.

    Actually, subscription makes sense when you consider:
    a) You have the latest version at a known fixed cost
    b) As a lease, rather than buy, it becomes tax deductible in full with no depreciation
    c) If you only use some apps infrequently, it may be cheaper than a full suite

    So it may make sense for some companies and or individuals.

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  • AxisOfBeagles
    Mar 14, 06:46 PM
    Haven't joined in the POTD for a while - mostly because I'm still playing with my new strobes. But here's a little camera porn for today, courtesy of those same new strobes - and one of the many relics in my camera closet.


    PS ... I still LOVE that camera.

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  • ~Shard~
    Sep 12, 01:48 PM
    Well, the keynote had me there for a second with the whole “52% smaller” thing ;) but now that it has been clarified, I still think this is a solid update for the nanos – lower prices, higher capacities, more colors, 24 hour battery life – it’s all good. :cool:

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  • NT1440
    Oct 10, 03:32 PM
    Cleaned up a bit:

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  • Full of Win
    Mar 18, 04:26 PM
    I would love a click-wheel iPod with the thickness of a iPod touch. Not that Apple would build such a thing. If true, I hope apple does not eave the click wheel concept in it's trash bin.

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  • Stridder44
    Aug 3, 05:06 PM
    Does this mean that people don't know what's good for them until its drummed into their heads for a while?

    Someone get this man a beer and a medal.

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  • jegbook
    Mar 25, 02:47 PM
    I've seen some 3G models that work great w/ 4.2.1 and some that don't. One was jailbroken, so I wrote that one off. The one thing I've seen that helped a s l o w non-jailbroken one was a double reset (force the phone to reboot, load, then force reboot once more). You could also do a complete wipe and see if it performs well before restoring your backup -and then do a piece by piece restore if that solved the issue.

    I don't think 4.x is that bad for everyone on a 3G, but I have seen it in "slow mode"- and the people experiencing this are not making it up. It's -bad-. I wish there were a definitive fix other than trial and error as above and hoping you don't put something on your phone to cause it again...

    Yeah, I think a freshly restored 3G with iOS 4.2.1 is okay. Something in the restore from backup part is where it gets s - l - o - w. I've seen it, too, and having a 3Gs which is quick (but not FAST) for most stuff, using the s - l - o -w 3G was like running Win XP on an old computer that hasn't had an OS rebuild in years with 1GB free hard drive space, high fragmentation, and 512MB of RAM. Usable, but one could justifiably argue against that. ;)

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  • aswm
    Sep 23, 07:16 AM
    Here is a copy of an e-mail I sent to the FTC and DOJ yesterday (by way of copy from an e-mail to David Porter, the offending Wal-Mart executive). I urge everyone to do something similar:

    Send to dporter@walmart.com, antitrust@ftc.com, and antitrust.complaints@usdoj.gov

    Dear Mr. Porter:

    By this letter and by copy to the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice I hereby notify you that your reported behavior constitutes numerous violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act and the Federal Trade Commission Act. As reported in a wide variety of sources, you have been meeting with the heads of large movie studios and threatening to purchase fewer or return product from those studios that agree to distribute movies over Apple iTunes service (see, e.g., http://www.macnn.com/articles/06/09/22/wal.mart.threatens.studios/). This is an egregious restraint of trade that severely effects interstate commerce. News reports indicate that you have already "punished" Disney by returning thousands of DVDs and refusing to sell them. Because Wal-Mart sells 40% of the physical DVDs in the United States, you are in a privileged position and are abusing your market power. You are seeking to obtain concessions to sell content at Apple's prices (which does not include the manufacture, shipment, and sale of a physical item). Apple has innovated - something WalMart is incapable of -- and WalMart now wants to take advantage of Apple's innovation.

    I urge the FTC and the DOJ to open criminal investigations into your behavior. In addition, your conduct violates your own "Corporate Code of Ethics," making a mockery of your supposed corporate values.

    You should be ashamed of your luddite and monopolistic behavior.

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  • sushi
    Oct 15, 08:22 PM
    Finally, Jobs was asked if he was worried about Microsoft's upcoming media player (Zune) and its "community" features:

    In a word, no. I've seen the demonstrations on the Internet about how you can find another person using a Zune and give them a song they can play three times. It takes forever. By the time you've gone through all that, the girl's got up and left! You're much better off to take one of your earbuds out and put it in her ear. Then you're connected with about two feet of headphone cable.
    Classic! :D

    With the iPod, you only need one to share music via the earbuds (or dual jack and second set of earbuds).

    With the Zune, the other person must have one too in order to take advantage of the wireless sharing feature.

    I don't see it being all that popular.

    Mar 21, 07:58 PM
    Lucky guy. The wife probably is PO'd.... haha

    Jan 11, 04:28 PM
    Anyone know what's happening/what happened with the Wireless spectrum auction?

    Good angle. I'm not sure Google has this nailed down yet. I expect a Google - Apple tie up when they do.

    Aug 3, 04:55 PM
    Minor nitpick. I believe ia64 stands for the Itanium architecture not the 64-bit version of x86 architecture. EM64T is then name for the x86-64.


    Sep 12, 03:37 PM
    looks badass to me

    Oct 16, 06:26 AM
    Yes, it would be rare for two people who hardly know each other to go start sticking icky things into icky parts of each other's bodies :rolleyes: :D

    My first impulse would be to clean the girls ear with my tongue after she
    shares my headphones.

    (Sorry I went there, couldn't help myself)

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