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windows 8 ribbon. Launch of the Windows 8.
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  • citizenzen
    Mar 15, 04:16 PM
    That reads rather oddly.

    Perhaps this can clear this up for you.

    Let's return to the article (http://mondediplo.com/2008/02/05military) from La Monde Diplomatique...

    In an important exegesis on Melman’s relevance to the current American economic situation, Thomas Woods writes: “According to the US Department of Defense, during the four decades from 1947 through 1987 it used (in 1982 dollars) $7.62 trillion in capital resources. In 1985, the Department of Commerce estimated the value of the nation’s plant and equipment, and infrastructure, at just over _$7.29 trillion… The amount spent over that period could have doubled the American capital stock or modernized and replaced its existing stock”

    The fact that we did not modernise or replace our capital assets is one of the main reasons why, by the turn of the 21st century, our manufacturing base had all but evaporated. Machine tools, an industry on which Melman was an authority, are a particularly important symptom. In November 1968, a five-year inventory disclosed “that 64% of the metalworking machine tools used in US industry were 10 years old or older. The age of this industrial equipment (drills, lathes, etc.) marks the United States’ machine tool stock as the oldest among all major industrial nations, and it marks the continuation of a deterioration process that began with the end of the second world war. This deterioration at the base of the industrial system certifies to the continuous debilitating and depleting effect that the military use of capital and research and development talent has had on American industry.”

    I believe this helps to explain what is meant by "diverts resources from productive uses, such as consumption and investment".

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  • reel2reel
    Apr 14, 09:42 AM
    But...but...but...this is only "iMovie Pro"! Apple's dumbing it down! No "professional" would spit on this if it was on fire! A buncha internet blowhards said so, so it must be true!

    Can you elaborate? What features make it dumbed down? Do you even know? Or are you just repeating what other ignorant people are saying cause it sounds cool?

    Or are you actually employing sarcasm?

    It's nice to see the generally positive comments on this forum, other forums for "professionals" are not so happy!

    Personally I can't wait to start working with it.

    I can't wait, either. I definitely won't use it professionally for quite a while but I'm excited to jump right in and start exploring. I'm guessing none of my 3rd party plugins will work and existing projects won't be compatible, but I'm so glad they're rebuilding FCP and moving into the future.

    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?

    Haha, that sounds funny but it's not real-world. Film/Video production is actually hard work and requires skill and talent. Just because you can buy Final Cut Pro and learn where the buttons are doesn't mean you know the first thing about what you're doing. I see proof of this all the time. It's very hard to fill positions because a lot of up-and-comers these days can talk the talk but are actually dumb as feces. Call it "professional" or "elitist" or whatever you want but talk to me after you stare down the barrel of 200 hours of video and make a show out of it. Until then, you're all talk.

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  • ChrisA
    Aug 2, 05:32 PM
    The exploit is apparently in the device driver, and so its more of an issue with Atheros than with Apple.

    The drivers are part of the OS.

    Apple did not write all of the OS much of it comes from BSD UNIX and some more of it comes from CMU's Mach. Many (most?) of the hundreds of applications that ship with Mac OSX are Open Source that Apple did not write.

    We shouldn't care much about if Apple employees wrote the code or if they hired the job out of it the downloaded an Open Source application off the Internet. If the software has a problem it needs to be fixed.

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  • Casiotone
    Mar 19, 02:05 AM
    The current "iPod" app icon on the iPhone. Enough said.

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  • wildmac
    Nov 9, 10:20 AM
    First off, to all the Flash haters, you guys are the myopic people that prevent real progress. Sure there are a lot of bad flash webpages, but there is plenty of content out there, games, video, and more that runs on Flash and you don't know it. Video is the king, and for some reason Apple doesn't want you viewing video apart from what they sell you. It's all about the $$$. Want proof? Apple added their own Flash player that only works with Utube. They had to do that or they would have been killed in the press, but still they have their own custom flash player for UTube video, but block all else.

    Again, it's all about the $$$. They want to SELL you video, they don't want you getting it for free, or worse yet, buying it from someone else.

    It's all part of Apple's arrogance. Now I love my MacPro, but I'm forced to buy Dell monitors because Apple keeps changing the connectors. The latest Apple 24" monitor has a cable that's too short, and an adapter that requires you to buy a new video card, or a new laptop. Get real Apple. You are going to chase people away.

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  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Sep 4, 08:02 AM
    It's a shame that these $50.00 chinese 1GB and $70.00 2GB MP4 players with the Samsung chip have MP3 playback - Video - FM Radio - eBook Reader - Photo Viewer - Voice & FM Recorder, yet the Nano at three times the price does not!

    The Nano with these features, plus iTMS, will withstand anything coming from Sandisk, MS, Creative, or the cheap Chinese imports.Yes, because at the moment the competition is killing the iPods... oh, wait...

    Seriously: Why should you cram all that s*** into the iPods. Leave them be, and sell all those other things as optional accessories... I don't want a radio, video and voice recorder, so why should I have to pay for all that...?

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  • celo48
    May 4, 11:39 PM
    I thought I was the only one who wish 3D dies!

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  • Satori
    Apr 13, 03:30 PM
    Roll on June...

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  • Nipsy
    Oct 13, 10:13 PM
    Originally posted by MacCoaster

    Well, wow. How uneducated you are.


    You don't lose privacy, fair use, extensibility, programmability, style, ease of use, and productivity on PCs. I run Windows XP, Linux, FreeBSD, and Mac OS 7.6.1 on my Athlon 1400MHz. I don't lose those things you mention while using Linux or FreeBSD. Hell, I don't lose them even in Windows. I know what to avoid.

    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.

    Extensibility. Let's see. Have you ever looked at the Microsoft.NET platform? It's an excellent platform for development. Microsoft.NET completely replaces their old ****ty Win32. In fact, Microsoft.NET isn't even tied to Win32. I run implementations of Microsoft.NET on Linux and FreeBSD. Microsoft.NET is the, if not one of the, most extensible application programming framework ever engineered. It takes the concept of SUN's Java and made it an unified framework for several specific languages of which are designed for specific types of programming, for example, C# should be used for general applications programming, VB.NET should be used for quick and simple solutions, JScript.NET for scripting, Eiffel.NET for mathematics, Delphi.NET for whatever Delphi was for. Best of all, you can even program dll's in separate languages and combine them in one powerful program. That's some serious leveraging you don't have in UNIX without making wrappers for each language. Microsoft has said bye bye to dll hell (Microsoft.NET actually adopts the UNIX versioning system. Before, it was conflicting versions of dll's that couldn't be installed at the same time. But now, you can have multiple dll's and no dll hell) Besides, I also run *n?x on my PC, that's extreme extensibility by using free OSes. I get benefits of UNIX on my PC as well.

    .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.

    Style. You're saying that PC users don't have style? Maybe their style is to buy affordable computers, run them fast, get **** done. Various people have different style flavors.

    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.

    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...

    Ease of use. Windows XP is easy enough. Hell, command line UNIX is easy for me to use. Sure Mac OS X might be easier to use than Windows XP. But seriously, who cares. Windows has an established GUI that many people know how to use.

    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.

    Windows will take you through a great help tour in order to tell you it can't help you.

    Little annoying counter-intuitive time wasters abound.

    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.

    Productivity. Mac OS X is the worst OS for productivity at least for me. It's so frickin' slow drawing all the eye candy crap. At least in Windows XP you can turn them off. Ease of use does not necessarily equate to productivity. Ease of use *AND* GUI responsiveness sum to equate mostly what productivity. Windows XP has both. Mac OS X has only the ease of use while people need huge amounts of RAM on a lower end Mac to run it at least fast enough. Windows XP is usable on a Pentium II 233MHz with 128MB RAM just fine.

    I will happily concede that RAM and system spec can make all the difference here, and that Windows will run on a broader base of machines.

    My main machine is a DP867 with 2GB of RAM and a ATA133 RAID.

    It is as responsive it can be.

    windows 8 ribbon. win 8 unlocker
  • win 8 unlocker

  • hooch
    Nov 8, 07:45 AM
    Awesome! My friend will be stoked!

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  • ifjake
    Aug 2, 05:35 PM
    so is a paperweight with drivers a computer?


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  • xxBURT0Nxx
    May 5, 11:01 AM
    Who says that they have to honor Grandfathering of Plans?

    did you read the first 9 words of my post? :confused::confused::confused:

    here i'll repost it for you:

    I don't know if they "legally" are required to

    I was just saying, this is what they do...

    Hell I even remember when the Palm Pre was released on Sprint talking with some people who had some premier type account (don't remember the name) from way back when that was not offered anymore, and even they got grandfathered in....

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  • nemaslov
    Nov 27, 12:38 PM
    Sometime I wonder if people actually use the products they talk about here.

    The Rolling Stones have been in the iTunes music store for over a year. The currently have over 59 albums there and a new ep was released, I'm Free, just a couple of weeks ago.

    Frank Zappa was on iTunes last summer and has since been removed. It was basically the albums that RYKODisc had re-mastered and released. There appears to be something going on with the Zappa Family Trust and RYKODisc over the rights.

    Led Zepplin has never appeared on iTunes. However, Radio Head was on for a short time, but everyone who like Radio Head has already bought their one good album, The Bends.

    Actually I think KID A is one of the best albums of all time and I am a first gen Beatles Fan. KID A is so original and not like much else out there...especially when it was first released. Kind of like when Revolver or Pepper was first released. Now so many other records have repeated that sound...like that British "cover" band.... OASIS!

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  • Multimedia
    Sep 6, 09:22 AM
    Just do it. Leopard will be a coupla hundred bucks when it comes (Spring), no biggie.$129

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  • azentropy
    Apr 14, 06:34 PM
    That's not true though is it?

    Not even close... see my post above.

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  • PlipPlop
    Apr 14, 10:46 AM
    I agree and disagree. It's more than just the cool factor. But that is a big part. Consumers also know that a Apple product is more reliable, better supported and overall less headache than a PC.

    So basically, there is a reality to the marketing hype.

    Im not sure about the reliability, Apple products have taken a massive down turn in reliability. My old G4 is going strong but everyone I know who has a Mac Book has had to have them repaired by Apple stores. Seems like the dvd drives on them break quite a lot.

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  • iGary
    Aug 24, 04:24 PM
    MY GOD

    I just woke up from a nap and have at least a DOZEN e-mails from PC-owning friends and famailies saying stuff like "What's up with your boys?!?!?!"

    I kindly link them to the 4.1 million Dell's being recalled. :D

    Can someone link whatever is the VALID page for this?

    Lots of conflicting information around...

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  • KingYaba
    Mar 10, 11:35 PM
    I suggest everyone give this a shot...


    I went down the list and cut everything by 15% or so with the exception of that 600 billion in military. That had to go down to 400. I took the 50 from Afghanistan and Iraq and made it zero. We better be done with that by 20 freakin' 15. Veteran's benefits went from 149 to 125. Private charity will have to pick up the slack.

    I had to end all foreign aid and I ended all agriculture subsidies. Programs with a budget less than 10 billion (like college aid) or less weren't cut at all.

    Taxes had to be raised on income plus that bank thing. No sin taxes needed, no VAT needed, no carbon tax needed. Social security was fixed by raising the age and ending the wage limit. I ticked that last item, too.

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  • Apoptosis
    Nov 7, 06:14 AM
    yes, apple will be shooting themselves in the foot if they don't have that issue resolved in the second generation model.

    does anyone know how many hrs it is until we should "expect" the announcement assuming it is going to be released within the next day.

    Yeah, any kind of idea would be good...

    This way apple updates their stuff is bloody annoying! You can't plan any upgrades, and I refuse to buy a macbook knowing full well that there is an update of any kind just around the corner!

    As it stands I may actually need to purchase one very soon, but I don't think I could stomach buying into something this late in it's product cycle.

    A big F-YOU to apple marketing :mad:

    Jul 22, 10:20 PM
    Integrate motion sensors! With a flick of the wrist, the page will turn. Hot Damn!
    Heh, and just like a real book, if there's a sudden draft, all the pages will flick past and you'll lose you place.

    Considering that one of the first uses for most new technologies (such as the "book" and "moving pictures") has traditionally been porn, why not have an emergency "boss" or "wife" button to flick to a boring business report or something else preconfigured. Of course that might only work if they don't know of the feature themselves. iPorn. Gotta Love It.

    Apr 26, 01:30 PM

    Mar 25, 12:49 PM
    on the Mac one is told to re-download a 4GB application for a few piddly updates in much the same way one is forced to re-download the whole operating system.

    Thats no true.

    Apple just a few days ago released Mac OS X 10.6.7 and was only 475MB, and the Combo update was only 1.12GB. Mac OS X 10.6.6 brought the Mac App Store and was only 143MB.

    I don't know why your updates are 4GB.

    Mac OS X 10.6.6

    Mac OS X 10.6.7

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


    Mar 25, 03:31 PM
    It is a different issue. That relates to repeating the tone after a couple of minutes if the user hasn't read the message. The "bug" we are referring to is that the SMS vibrate alert has gone from a continuous pulse to a "double-click" style. It is a positive for some, but for me it's a negative. Seems to be louder, and more obtrusive. Hard to describe.

    You're right. Post updated.


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