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  • frozencarbonite
    Aug 3, 01:48 PM
    So do you have to be connected to an unknown network (like in a coffee shop or bookstore) for this to work? Or do you just have to be connected to the internet via wireless?

    I'm actually not in the city, so I don't have anyone around me that would be close enough to connect. Could it still work though? :confused:

    Does anyone know the answer to this?

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  • Leddy
    Apr 13, 07:49 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    If you think about it, it's not all too surprising that some of these "professionals" are getting so worked up and sulky over this release. The notion that "pro editing" can belong to just about anyone, rather than an exclusive circle of elites, poses an existential crisis. Apple's re-thinking of editing is also a re-thinking of what it means to be "professional". The announcement sheds light on a future in which their "advanced", learned techniques are no longer advantageous. The "industry pros" are facing the plight of impending impotence. It's not something anyone would really openly admit, but I think they're feeling a bit naked, stripped of their status.

    Who can blame them for being pissy?

    I think you're overstating this "existential crisis".

    There's a lot of skill behind what professional editors do. You don't just pick up the same set of brushes and achieve what Monet or Picasso did ... The divide between professional and amateur will still exist even with the same toolset.

    I'm loving the new look/style/features though will await further clarification and a quiet month before I upgrade my previous version.

    Best Wishes.

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  • SimonMW
    Apr 14, 04:25 PM
    Great, That's the guy who "redesigned" iMovie and screwed it up.
    He's also the guy who designed FCP in the first place!

    I edit professionally and I am stoked by what I have seen so far. Anything that makes my life easier is a good thing. I'm glad it is cheaper, although nothing has been said about the other apps such as STP and Motion, or even Color. As others have said, just because amateurs can afford the software, it doesn't mean that they can use it well.

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  • gnasher729
    Mar 19, 06:37 PM
    makes it obvious that over 50% of the people on the Apple forums were and are blinded by only being able to "see the future" in terms of the past.

    When I saw the iPod, I bought APPL stock at $20/share. It is now by far my biggest stock holding in terms of $$$.

    Just had to check it: iPod was released Oct 23rd 2001 for $399. Assuming 8.25% sales tax that would be $431.92. That bought 23.8 AAPL shares at the closing prices of $18.14. There was a split, so you would have 47.6 shares worth $330.67 at close on March 18th, for a total of $15,740.

    I conclude that all those people buying iPods had not the slightest clue how the Apple share price would develop :D

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  • FloatingBones
    Apr 14, 10:33 AM
    As the chart shows, Apple's strongest market share quarter is the 3Q of each year. The interesting thing is that the 4Q has far less drop-off in market share this year.

    That indicates to me that the new MBA pulled in sales from places other than the back-to-school crowd.

    If things break well, Apple may now be above the 10% threshold in US market share every quarter going forward.

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  • huntson
    Apr 13, 07:42 PM
    That's not how I understood what he said at all,he put "professional" in quotes because he was being sarcastic,to me he meant that if someone is worried about the fact that more people can now operate a software because it's simpler to use/more affordable then they must not be a real pro because a real pro wouldn't worry about such things,they know that they have the creativity and experience that sets them appart.

    But the ****ing public doesn't get this. Everyone loves Friday by Rebecca Black - explain that.

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  • quagmire
    Mar 10, 09:05 PM
    I would have a $97 billion surplus.

    Raised the budget of NASA to $30 billion( I do believe manned space flight is important).

    Made some small cuts to other organizations up until Defense. Reduced our Defense budget to $471 billion.

    Pretty much halted any foreign military aid.

    Reduced Education a bit.

    Cut Justice a bit.

    Cut housing programs a bit

    Increased our transportation budget.

    Increased taxes 5% for people making $30K to $100K. Raised taxes 10% for $100K to $500K. Increased taxes by 30% for making above $500K.

    Increased the corporate income tax by 10%.

    Create a Carbon tax that will increase energy cost by $6 a month. Increase alcohol tax to 25 cents per ounce and tax sugary drinks 1 cent per ounce.

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  • Roba
    Sep 12, 02:21 PM
    I am pleased to see these colour iPods back. I have a 6GB Mini and i would have liked Apple to have made maybe a 6GB or 8GB Nano in different colours. If i get one of these new Nanos it would feel like a bit of a downgrade to me in terms of space. I guess that i would be gaining in other areas though. I do suspect though that Apple will up the hard drive capacity on these colour Nanos in the future.
    It is a bit strange they way that they have done this though making all the colour ones 4GB and the 8GB the black one only.

    I noticed also that they only support 10.3.9 and up all those who are using older Mac Software are going to face a bit of a problem if they want to buy one of these new Nanos.

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  • Lesser Evets
    Mar 29, 05:36 AM
    Maybe they should just have Candlestick park for a separate event for people that just want to see the keynote.

    So these guys pay $1000 to NOT see a keynote?? .... I think you see the obviou$ flaw in your logic. That's like having a Presidential fundraiser and the Presidential candidate not showing up because he's across the street, in the park, kissing babies and shaking hands. Yeah, the similarity isn't that close, but it's good enough for an example.

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  • amjustice
    Mar 11, 04:45 PM
    So 9to5's retraction is because a bunch of you guys were giving him fraudulent tips?

    That's shameful, I thought we were better than that.

    I was just coming on to see what was up with that. Did someone from here really send in a tip? What good does that do? Its not like Apple is going to go on MacRumors and say "Well there is a rumor we are going to release, lets just do it".....Stupid!

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  • -hh
    Aug 8, 06:40 AM
    Time Machine is nothing like System Restore. Time Machine allows you to find multiple previous versions of a file. For example, if you accidentally save a revised file without changing the name with "Save As", you can still go back to the previous version of the file if you decide you don't like the revisions or if a file is lost or damaged...

    Time Machine reminds me a little bit about how MS-Word allows "Quick Saves" to documents: what it basically does is leave the original file alone, but then appends the incremental changes to the end of the file. It makes saving the file faster, at the expense of making the file slower to load (and larger).

    From here, its not too much of a leap. Simply:
    a) Take what MS had had for years and make it crash-proof
    b) Extend it from one Application to be supported System wide.

    Now if Apple can only beat MS out of the gate on the release date...

    They could do ads like this:

    (Cue I'm a Mac/I'm a PC music.)
    Mac: Hello, I'm a Mac.
    PC: And I'm a PC.
    Mac: You know, I'm really excited, I have this new operating system called Leopard...
    PC: Oh yes, I 'm going to have a new operating system too, called Vista...sometime soon...I think...well, at least there's an 80% chance I will...
    Mac: That's great! ...

    Personally, I don't think that's going to be Apple's strategy: I think Steve's laying the groundwork for a big "Mindshare" grab by raising the bar right after Vista finally ships.

    (Cue I'm a Mac/I'm a PC music.)

    Mac: Hello, I'm a Mac.
    PC: And I'm a PC.

    Mac: Hey, congratuations - Vista has finally shipped!

    PC: Well, thanks. As you see, I can now do this...
    Mac: Yeah, I had that last year (Tiger)

    PC: And I can now also do this...
    Mac: That's really great (2004; Panther)

    PC: And I can now also do this...
    Mac: And its about time (2003; Jaguar)

    PC: so I now just about have everything Apple said it would give you when it previewed your new OS five months ago.

    Mac: yeah, well now that Vista's shipped, we no longer have to worry about being too distracting to Vista's developers.

    PC: you, distracting?
    Mac: Uh, yeah. I mean, you really, really, needed a more secure OS.

    PC: Gosh, you can say that again. But...distracting?

    Mac: Well, we didn't exactly announce everything we shipped. Ever heard of "One More Thing"? (insert mind-blowing new features here).

    PC: That's not in Vista.

    Mac: Oh, and this stuff has already shipped too...its included -free- in Leopard. Mac users just need to do a "Software Update" to get it activated.

    PC: you know, come to think of it, I haven't opened that Vista upgrade yet, so I can still return it. And my hardware is getting pretty old. Hey Mac, think you might be able to help me pick out a new machine?

    Mac: Have you been to 5th Avenue in New York recently...?


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  • discounteggroll
    May 5, 09:33 AM
    why not attempt over-the-WiFi updates? friendly relationship between apple & ATT would remain

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  • ipoppy
    Mar 29, 03:27 PM
    Ok..all cool here...but they need to push REALLY hard with speech recognition software in order to be successful. At least some some possibility for software to learn your accent etc.

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  • cvaldes
    Mar 28, 09:12 PM
    What's with the focus on 'sold out'? Simply limit your passes well below the projected numbers of participants, and there you go, sold out. It's just a math game and a marketing ploy.
    It's neither a math game nor marketing ploy.

    Apple is not artificially limiting the number of attendees. It's a facilities issue. They are at maximum capacity for this venue. It's not like they can simply print out 5000 more badges. The fire marshal would shut the place down.

    That's why local television coverage of professional sports have their blackouts lifted after a sellout. Not everyone who wants to watch can fit in the stadium/arena.

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 1, 11:55 PM
    Apple does not like it when OEM's let things slip. IIRC, ATI lost a contract due to something like this.

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  • AP_piano295
    Apr 26, 09:43 AM
    I will claim that food stamps are mostly abused. I don't have numbers, but I have eyes, and have known several people that have received food stamps. I have had people I know, as well as strangers, ask me if I would buy their food stamps. I wish food stamps were limited with what you could buy, something like the way WIC does.

    What a fabulously foolish and ignorant statement.

    I've known several people who have died in car accidents therefore most people die in car accidents :rolleyes:.

    I personally live in the middle of Richmond VA which is filled plenty of lower class African Americans, who I walk by on my way to school every day. And in the last three years no one has offered to sell me food stamps. Therefore no one EVER abuses the food stamp program :rolleyes:.

    If you can't produce some statistical data than your just making **** up.

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  • Shake 'n' Bake
    Mar 8, 06:52 PM
    Here's my contribution for the day. It's a chair in my basement. Nothing too exciting. Sorry for the enormous size. I don't know how to make it smaller other than using a thumbnail. I feel like I'm "that guy."


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  • Chef Medeski
    Sep 6, 09:53 AM
    Yeah, you keep drinking that Kool-aid buddy. :p ;) :D

    Don't get me wrong, I think the new iMac is awesome. I currently use a G4 iMac myself. I'm just making a case for the Conroe minitower, that's all. ;) :cool:
    No I completely understand. I think it would be a good idea. I just don't see it happening from an Apple point of view.

    Love that Kool-aid.....:p

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  • partyBoy
    Oct 11, 06:18 PM
    No, I am working in Japan. I am an AET here.

    What's AET ? (american eagle t-shirts):p

    Sep 12, 03:46 PM
    I'm getting the same unknown '0x666D743F' error; rebooting and uninstalling/reinstalling itunes doesn't help.

    Does anyone have any ideas?

    Mar 29, 12:24 AM
    It'll be $129 — the same as ALL of the past upgrades except for Snow Leopard which was Leopard but just a slimmed-down, rewriting of the OS. Apple felt that without a lot of core new features being added, they would give the public a break and just charge a nominal fee for Snow Leopard, rather than the typical $129.

    Don't listen to anyone who says differently. It will be $129.

    I doubt it. The $129 upgrades were back in the era before the iOS platform took off. The iPhone, and iPad are really accelerating Apple's income and profits, so they don't need to price OS upgrades that high. Snow Leopard brought a bunch of new tech to the table for developers to play with, and $29 was the easy way to ensure most people had that tech. Apple is likely much more interested in moving the platform forward then they are with $100 extra from each person. The more people stay current, the more developers can actually use the latest toys. Also consider that for Intel 10.4 users, the "$29 upgrade" worked fine, even though Apple could have blocked that and forced it to be a Leopard only upgrade.

    Notice how Apple moved away from paid iOS upgrades for iPod Touch users. They saw enough people hold back that it was going to be an issue with the apps in the App Store. Now iPod users get their updates for free.

    I'm going to predict $29 for Lion, with an option to even just grab it from the App Store like how they distributed it to developers. Possibly even a little cheaper off the App Store, and $29 for the in store disc based copy.

    Mar 29, 02:33 AM
    You would think it was a U2 concert or something.

    I have been to the past 2 WWDCs. I got 2 tickets yesterday, one for myself and one for my Director of Engineering. I debated on buying that second or holding off. Glad I didn't hold off.

    I certainly understand the Keynote is the most exciting thing. Hey, I still tell people Steve Jobs yelled at me (and everybody else in the room) last year during it.

    The sessions are good, but the labs are even better. Normally, Apple development support is mediocre on a good day for any of the new APIs. Sending an email only waiting for a vague response. But WWDC is something different. You can get your code reviewed and get direct answers to questions. If you are a serious developer, this show is worth te price of buying a scalped ticket. :D

    Mar 28, 08:39 PM
    I walked into a Best Buy today, walked right over to the apple section and the Apple rep asked what I was looking for.
    I told him an ipad 2.
    What flavor? I told him doesn't matter.
    5 minutes later I was getting in my car with a 32G 3G.

    Mar 12, 06:04 AM
    Austrian Store is down as well.

    Take note, that Austria is NOT among those countries (US, UK, Germany,...) who are supposed to get iPad's on April 3rd.

    That's quiet a good sign isn't it?

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