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  • Goldinboy17
    Mar 24, 04:35 PM
    I'm debating this as well. I think I'm just going to end up buying the Ipad 2 16gb for $100 more. I don't need 32gb.

    Well if anything I could stream all of my content from my PC with Zumocast. the 32 would be a convenience since I could store movies onto it when I travel. If I were to purchase the 2 I would definitely purchase the 32, about $680 with taxes. It's a $240 savings but I'm not sure if it's worth it?

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  • tarproductions
    Apr 21, 01:16 PM
    Could be the Devs Apple will invite on stage at WWDC in June? Apple giving the Devs time to prep?

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  • MacCoaster
    Sep 13, 07:31 PM
    Originally posted by jefhatfield
    truth is pentium 1 is a 5th generation processor
    pentium pro thru pentium III is 6th generation
    athlon from amd is 7th generation...the first 7th generation chip

    and pentium 5 would be considered at least 7th generation and perhaps 8th generation pc processor
    All correct. Make note, though, the desktop Hammer, which is supposed to be called the 8th generation Athlon, is obviously as stated, 8th generation.

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  • nagromme
    Nov 6, 12:34 PM
    The iPhone has a power source, unlike a typical card or keyfob, so I would think it could implement active RFID instead of passive.

    In other words, have it ONLY functional when powered on, unlike the tag in an RFID card. Then it can be optional and up to the user—best of both worlds. Convenience AND privacy. I could accept a tiny battery drain for that flexibility.

    And if you’re paranoid about whether it REALLY is turned off when it says, then you may as well be paranoid about whether there already IS a chip in your iPhone (and your shoes and your coffee) that they’re not telling you about :)

    (I’d be interested to know whether active RFID could do what nkawtg72 suggested above: alert you when the tag is read. Can it know that a read has taken place or is it just a steady broadcast in one direction? A beep/vibrate would be a nice step up from what a simple card can do.)

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    Apr 30, 04:37 PM
    Download isn't too bad. It took about an hour - hour 1/2 to download. Both accounts I have for Mac Beta haven't received a key. Got mine from another source.

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  • vincenz
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  • ampd
    Sep 19, 11:09 PM
    PLEASE... PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE.... don't talk if you don't know what you are saying. I'm not perfect... but I can absolutely, ABSOLUTELY guarantee ... GUARANTEE YOU... that you CAN indeed boot XP from the new Macs WITHOUT BOOTCAMP WHATSOEVER.

    That is how I have my iMac (24") setup...

    The FIRST thing I did when I took her out of the box was insert the WINXP SP2 CD... (nothing slipstreamed)... and hold down the "c" key...

    Voila! Booting into XP Setup... COMPLETELY FORMATTED THE ENTIRE 500GB DRIVE with XP... and she runs great.

    I then attached an EXTERNAL FW800 RAID 0 Setup (1TB now)... and boot OS X off that external slice...

    So... JUST SO YOU KNOW! Please try not to confuse the rest of the class Billy, uhmKay? ;)

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  • gugy
    Sep 27, 07:08 PM
    My friend had nothing but problems with his G5. The computer was constantly in for repairs and would spew out kernal-panics often. It ended up being a bad memory module, which was undetectable even with an extensive hardware test. The only reason he figure it out, is because he had lowned the additional RAM to a mutual friend while his G5 was in the shop for the last time.


    Yes, that might be it. It is the only thing that hasn't been replaced. The Apple memory has been replaced but not the third party RAM, I'll exchange for a new ones.
    Thanks for the input.

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  • mdelvecchio
    Mar 23, 03:08 PM
    I don't buy it; Apple offers the Apple TV for $99 which provides AirPlay.

    ...and does a lot more than stream airplay. but not everybody is going to buy yet another set-top box. but everybody buys a tv sooner or later -- if apple can get $4+ per set sold, from all the major manus, why not? more TVs sell than ATVs...

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  • likemyorbs
    Apr 13, 11:46 AM
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    In an ethnic sense, an Ashkenazi Jew is one whose ancestry can be traced to the Jews of Central and Eastern Europe.
    A 2006 study found Ashkenazi Jews to be a clear, relatively homogenous genetic subgroup

    Yes Corvus, that i already knew. But since they trace their roots to europe, and not the middle east, that technically makes them caucasian. And with the amount of blonde/red haired jews with blue eyes and fair skin i've met in my life, it's a hard pill for me to swallow to say they're not white. :p

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  • tvguru
    Sep 25, 11:25 AM
    Well then what was your question? That list is what you want: a list of all supported cameras. The 9500 is not supported.

    I believe he was answering my question.

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  • Mactagonist
    Mar 26, 04:31 PM
    Judging by the body language I'd venture to guess whatever it was they were talking about Jobs had the upper hand.

    Yeah, Schmidt has open and receptive body language in one pic. But in the one with his legs crossed he looks like he is not happy with what he is hearing.

    I though steve drove a SLR like a true baller? What is this SL55 crap, what is he a dentist? :cool:

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  • JayInNJ
    Jan 17, 06:58 PM
    This has been available for over 2 years on the Blackberry and it also downloads the maps. First off it must cache a lot or they are very small files because it starts plotting your direction almost instantly (couple of seconds). Also, I am on Verizon and when on a phone call we don't get data, however this continued to work flawlessly, as long as you already entered in your destination. This is one of the greatest uses of multitasking since it will run in the background and give you voice commands even if you are checking email or doing something else. This is also a great price, I had paid $80 for the blackberry version. It is worth it since it includes the latest maps (usually something you have to pay for), has the exact same functionality as the dedicated box, and is must cheaper. One negative is it drains your battery pretty good so make sure you have a car charger. But it has been great because I always have it with me.

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  • theheadguy
    Mar 19, 05:40 PM
    wtf? 4 years ago my brother (parents) had to pay $2000 for his "tablet PC" from HP in highschool. This works out to what, $470 a piece? Give me a break.
    Just take off a zero; $479 apiece. Not ... that ... hard.

    Why businesses need to often discount in the first place?
    The education sector is a large reason apple still exists in the first place. A discount isn't much to ask.

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  • Designer Dale
    Mar 18, 11:54 AM
    These days much of the craftsmanship that used to take place in the darkroom coaxing a master print from a negative now takes place digitally. A technically well exposed frame can still produce a crappy print at the end of a less skilled artist. Conversely, technical perfection (second curtain sync, hyperfocal distancing gobbledygook) has very little to do with art, or even creativity. Great "art" these days is even being shot on a cellphone.

    Both camps (the technical-crats & the ones who are blissfully unaware of the minutiae) can produce "great" work.

    Many beginners suffer from the same bad pshop skills (hey, look... I can make grass grow on his head, no make that two heads) and mistakes that beginning designers can (hey look, I can make EACH letter a different color, and a different font).

    All that being said, if I was teaching beginning photographers I would remove almost everything to start (camera, lens, etc.) and go primitive and start with building pinhole cameras. Then I would progress to the end point which would be post-processing. Post-processing is huge though...
    When I learned film photography in the '70s, we were not allowed to use our SLR cameras. The college provided 4x5 view cameras. That put all of us on the same level for the first year. By the time I was finishing up my senior work using my Nikon the school had beginning students building pin hole cameras. This helped a lot. When I showed up for my first classes, some of the other students had Hasselbad cameras. Forgetting about gear forced us to think about the frame and what was going on in there.


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  • spazzcat
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    Feb 20, 09:14 PM
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  • chris200x9
    Mar 17, 04:08 PM
    The government wants to make sure that, as online piracy moves increasingly to streaming, the law keeps up with the activity. Currently, "reproducing" and "distributing" copyrighted works are felony charges, and they cover peer-to-peer file-sharing.

    full article here (

    What do you think about this? I personally agree with what the full article points out, streaming is like holding a public performance without a proper license which is not a felony.

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  • MacCoaster
    Oct 2, 08:29 PM
    Originally posted by ooartist
    To squash some WinTel people in this forum/post trying to say Windows scales better than UNIX.
    I never said it scaled better. In fact, I said the opposite.

    However, the fact that Mac OS X's kernel is *NOT* BSD, but Mach remains. Mach is a microkernel and a freaking good one, but Mach microkernels that OS X uses has poor task switching; I'm not sure if the Mach microkernels in OS X is based on GNU/Mach (based off CMU's Mach) or the actual Mach microkernel from Carnegie-Mellon. So some of the scalability of UNIX is lost through this. But trust me, UNIX scales way beyond Windows. I've said Windows isn't for computers with more than 32 processors--that's what UNIX is for--pure science--no one needs the crap from Mac OS X and Windows to do science and mathematics research. Real men use UNIX on 8192-way systems. :) :D :)

    Mar 27, 01:03 AM
    Jobs is selling Schmidt a pre-release iPad. Jobs keeps a bunch of them in the trunk of his SL55.

    Schmidt will be royally ticked off when he gets home, opens the iPad box, and finds that he purchased a glass door to a toaster oven.

    Mar 28, 09:37 AM
    Anyone else thinks that Apple is readying the merger between iOS and MacOSX, at last?

    I mean, why would the OSX get sliders instead of buttons (-> finder, etc)? And how would otherwise be the file-sharing in a cloud-centric iOS possible?

    Looking quite forward to it!

    What remains to clear how they would deal with the custom Apple ARM vs Intel chipsets programming issue (just as ppc and intel?), programming of apps (.app vs .ipa) ...

    Still, they could make the jump or at least get ready for what would be after-cats OS releases...

    My 2 peanuts. :)

    Mar 20, 03:27 PM
    All of these comments miss the point of what the announcement is about, institutional purchases. This is about school's buying large quantities, and really, since I have a hard time imagining that a University would be buying 10 packs of iPods .
    Apple does sell iPods in institutional packs.
    We've asked several Apple representatives "if I buy a class set of 32 ipods, and I want to use a paid app, how many copies does the school need to buy,
    You need to talk to the developer, not to Apple. The App Store doesn't do volume licensing, because it's a consumer resource. The developer will either give you codes for each device or arrange to provide you with a master for site licensing, in which case you'll have to go the enterprise deployment route that Apple offers for large organizations.

    Apr 15, 08:08 AM
    Let's see...

    Most successful desktop operating system: Microsoft Windows.
    Most successful server operating system: Microsoft Windows Server.
    Most successful office suite: Microsoft Office.

    Three good reasons (and there would be more like Exchange Server, Sharepoint Portal, SQL Server, Visual Studio) to also have confidence in the man if he were hired as a product manager.

    Like it or not, Microsoft still is the most IMPORTANT software company around, and they don't hire incompetent idiots either.

    Before I start, I want to be clear: I see no problem with Apple hiring this guy, I'm sure it was an intelligent, well-reasoned decision regardless of whether or not it works out.

    However, you're just being silly.

    Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office were entrenched into the market well over a decade ago, but that doesn't make the current incarnation of the company good at new product development any more than AT&T's history would make it automatically the best cell phone carrier. Visual Studio, Exchange, and SQL Server are enterprise level products, and Apple is not primarily an enterprise-driven business. If you exclude the Xbox (which is only just now starting to pull a profit), the last 5-10 years of Microsoft new consumer-level product development is objectively a sad, profitless story.

    (As an aside, including Sharepoint in that list is hilarious. Three out of three companies that I've worked for while Sharepoint was around jumped on that bandwagon and abandoned it in disgust in a year or less. As packaged it is a worst-of-everything-but-hey-at-least-you-have-one-of-everything mess.)

    Of course, none of this has anything to do with system administration/architecture, which was the point of the post you were replying to. I'll agree, up to a point, that Microsoft's issue is one of vision, direction, and organization, not engineering talent. The up-to-a-point is that you'd have to be a bit of a weenie (or very risk averse) to be top tier graduate talent to have your whole world at your disposal, and of all the possibilities in the world you'd choose Microsoft over a start up, research group, or more, erm, with the times big corporation (e.g. Google).** Of the CS majors I personally knew in my graduating class at MIT, six work for Google. The only one that works for Microsoft was a business major.

    ** - Unless you were lucky enough to find a specialized group that Microsoft is dumping research money into that happens to align with what you want to do academically.

    Nov 11, 06:05 PM
    That's because there is no "L" sound in Japanese, and the "R" sound is what comes closest to the English "L" sound.

    Is there something funny about that?
    Yes, there is.

    You got a problem wit' that? :rolleyes:

    Why does everyone get so sensitive whenever someone points out a difference in race, culture, etc? It's not like someone said "That <insert racial slur here> can't even say iLife right! What a retard!" Everyone wants to be different and unique, but no one can handle their differences pointed out in a humorous way.

    Yes, it is funny when a Japanese person tries to make the "L" sound and it comes out sounding like an "R", just as it would be equally funny for me to completely bork the Japanese language while attempting to speak it.

    Like freeny said, lighten up. We're laughing with you, unless you can't laugh at yourself, then you're just getting laughed at.

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