Monday, 16 May 2011

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  • Food Chain And Food Web

  • COMtnBiker
    Feb 1, 10:19 PM
    Nice bike. How much did it run you?

    There is a whole lot of members here who bike...

    Picture of Your Bike thread (

    Craigslist special. :D Going to use it as a commuter, and it is an addition to my f/s mountain bike and dedicated road bike. Commute has too many curbs, potholes, gravel sections to ride the road bike and too far for the mtn bike. Wife thinks I'm nuts. :cool:

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  • shen
    Jul 21, 10:44 PM
    Apple produces very high quality machines and that's always going to ding them (ironically) in terms of market share as people will buy new machines less often and because loads of people aren't picking up bargain Macs at Wal-Mart. I know lots of Windows users and they buy new PCs on average every two years. I buy a new Mac on average every 5 years and most Mac users I know do the same. Market share is just meaningless, even when it's positive news.

    Besides, Apple deals in the kind of quality that will keep it around for many, many years, regardless of which way its market share is going and that's all that I care about.

    it is still odd to me using a Mac after so many years running windows networks and running linux and BSD. i used to upgrade at least parts, and generally whole machines every 14-20 months. now i have a G3 ibook, and it is fast approaching 4 years old, and i have no plans to upgrade for at least 9 months to a year.

    when you can buy the low end entry level notebook and get great performance for 3-5 years, why would you upgrade?

    ....thanks apple!

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  • Food Web Vs. Food Chain

  • Chrispy
    Oct 23, 10:45 AM
    I could care less what the microsoft's EULA agreement says. If I'm able to install it I could care less if it is illegal. As long as it is only on one computer then I'm doing it. And they wonder why people pirate their software...

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  • BrianMojo
    Jul 24, 10:33 PM
    The new Ipod has no buttons, no scroll wheel, no headphone jack, no dock connector. In other words freedom from everything. The most aesthetic piece of technology ever conceived.


    *ipod Nano will still have dock connector for now.

    A non-physical hold switch would be highly impractical. I just want to be able to slip the thing into my pocket without worrying about changing the volume -- I don't want to have to use a fingerprint identification to do that.

    Also, this was all posted on AppleInsider last week, why is this front-page news?

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  • Mord
    Apr 24, 12:28 PM
    That is a dude not a girl.

    We disagree.

    Also, she admitted to being intoxicated at the time, this probably caused the more exaggerated nature. I've seen someone fitting while intoxicated at a night club, it was comparable.

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 25, 01:18 AM
    this sounds very interesting and futuristic. i wonder how you click, or make a selection. it would be pointless if you could scroll wothout touching the screen, but had to touch it in order to click on the scroll wheel.
    im excited though! sounds cool!

    I can see how simple gestures could be recognized as the various clicks that you would normally do, so I don't think this would be an issue.

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  • BryanBensing
    Apr 26, 12:20 PM
    No thank you. Rather have my music locally.....

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 12, 07:40 PM
    I'm at a loss trying to figure out how this thread got a bit crazy...

    The actual program used in Snowy's case matters little in getting it ready for the printer. You give the printer the file to print, and he/she will print it for you. Doesn't matter if it's a pdf from Word, a pdf from Pages, a doc from Word, an Indesign file, or a Quark Express file. If they can open the file, they can print it.

    Again, most copy shops have elaborate folding, binding, stapling, and saddle stitching services that don't require the customer to figure out how to non-sequentually order pages. A skilled copy machine operator should be able to set up the job in less than 10 minutes.

    You know, I'm with you. If we don't stop this bickering the thread is likely to get closed. I always find it irritating when that happens. So, I suggest we drop the "professional" vs. "consumer" argument. It's clear that we have different opinions, and neither of us seems to be being swayed by the other's arguments. So, perhaps we should just agree to disagree.

    Now, just so I don't get accused of trying to get the last word in before saying that we should drop it, I'll invite those on the other side of the argument to have one last quip, which I won't respond to. Then we can drop it. Sound fair?

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  • Food Web Use bank of pictures

  • Lixivial
    Aug 18, 03:40 PM
    This kind of thing can't be too far off. A 75 mhz Performa could do it in a rudimentary way. Imagine what a modern Mac may be able to do. "Speakeasy" has a nice ring to it.

    Have you ever used "Speakable Items" in OS X? When it works, which, in my experience, on Intel Macs is a big if, it is remarkably flexible and wonderful. It's a refined version of Mac OS 8 thru 9's, but has been neglected, I think. It's not to the point where you are talking about, but if Apple dedicated an entire team to it, I believe we could see it in a couple of point releases.

    You can already attach it to almost any system and application command, applescripts, hotkeys (cmd-A), menus, etc but its biggest problem is voice recognition (and stability). If they could work these kinks out, then I'd expect it to be a very refined and usable piece of software.

    Speaking of which, does anyone with the preview and an Intel Mac know how well Speakable Items performs? I have hopes because of Steve's presentation on improvements to "Universal Access."

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  • DWKlink
    Oct 24, 07:41 AM
    against other manufacturer's offerings both spec and pricewise?

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  • shanmugam
    May 3, 09:13 AM
    Am I wrong?:confused:

    we have to wait until ifixit teardown.

    are these low power CPUs are standard CPUs under clocked.

    anyway apple is using >$175 CPUs in all the iMac, just a variety in each model ...

    picture of food chain and food web. Food Chains in the Deciduous
  • Food Chains in the Deciduous

  • steadysignal
    Mar 31, 10:54 AM
    Wow, that's unbearably ugly. Looks like we're heading to Tiger's level of random UI elements, right? :(

    i prefer the minimalist look to what Apple is changing them does look cartoon-ey.


    picture of food chain and food web. Food Chain And Food Web Year
  • Food Chain And Food Web Year

  • SiliconAddict
    Nov 3, 11:26 PM
    VMWare is going to smoke Parallels when it comes out. I can�t wait. I'm still a little bit miffed though that no one has gotten native partition support so we can use the same partition while virtualizing or dual booting.

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  • chani7
    Apr 28, 05:37 PM
    The strangest part for me is, that his white iPhone is made of plastic instead of glass - maybe he should buy it at the Apple Store and not on the streets, Mr. "I can measure the thickness by hand, but not detect that it's fricken glass."

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  • DontMacTheGyver
    Jun 7, 01:21 AM
    1000 bucks app?

    Epic Fail!

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  • AnonMac50
    Mar 31, 10:43 AM
    iChat sounds nice, but I still want name notification and Growl-like notification. Seems like I'm still going to use Chax.

    iCal? I have to say, I do not like its appearance.

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  • admyrick
    Sep 12, 08:55 PM
    Got this shirt this morning...

    Where did you get this from?

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  • Plutonius
    Apr 25, 05:02 PM
    So he will not feel left out, a vote for "Don't Panic" :D .

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  • 3: Food chains and Food webs

  • Stetrain
    Apr 17, 01:58 AM
    Hmmm, lots of people seem to assume that "Universal iOS+Mac Apps" means running an iPhone app in a window/emulator on your Mac.

    That's not what I meant at all.

    Look at Universal iPhone/iPad apps. Same app by the same developer but it presents a different interface for different devices. It also means that buying the app once lets you use it on multiple types of device. Why not let developers do the same thing with Mac apps? Many probably wouldn't want to but it wouldn't hurt to have the option.

    Buy X-Twitter-App for $4.99 and you get it on iPhone, iPad, and your Mac!

    You aren't running an app with an iOS interface on your Mac, you're running an app with an interface built for running on a Mac.

    Jun 6, 01:35 AM
    There is a 15 minute window after entering a password for purchase during which you can click "buy" and not be prompted.

    Apr 27, 03:16 AM
    Maybe you should just keep your daughter out of public bathrooms. The reality is that she has already shared a public bathroom with a transgender person, a lesbian, a criminal, someone who is a different ethnicity than she is, etc....And apparently she is still whole.

    Are you going to interrogate everyone who shares a bathroom with her? How do you know some deranged female serial killer isn't in there with her?

    I can understand your need to protect your daughter, but your ignorance and prejudice will hurt her more than sharing a bathroom with a transgender will.

    ignorance, really? I was expecting that a lot sooner, because you people think, that everyone that disagrees with your life style is an ignorant bigot.

    a different ethnicity, What makes you think I have a problem with that? Why are you trying to bring up the race card? Were not talking about lesbians or criminals either.

    It might be possible to fool me when it comes to a transvestite, but it is hard to hide big hands, an adams apple, and wide shoulders, among other things.

    I will teach her the morals that I believe in, and she will not be hurt at all. Believe it or not, there are a lot of woman, with conservative values, living happy, productive lives.

    Mar 15, 08:55 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Fashion Island - around 7 people in line or so?

    May 3, 08:10 AM
    Anyone else notice that ('s front page is all about the white iPhone 4 even though it was updated with new iMacs? The new iMacs get a little tile on the bottom left.

    Pretty obvious who's the favorite ;)

    Apr 22, 12:43 PM
    Then you have never streamed video onto your phone from home or Netflix or Slingbox. It's not pleasant over 3G onto the iPhone - looks and responds even worse on the iPad.

    We need 4G NOW!

    TonyAgreed. Anyone who tried to watch MMOD knows that 3G for streaming video is worthless, particularly for high motion. The quality is too poor to see anything.

    The only thing I don't like about these iPhone 5 rumors is that they're proving everyone who said the iPhone 5 would be a half-step upgrade right. No NFC, no LTE, no larger screen size, nothing. Better chip, slightly better camera, maybe higher storage, and that's it on the hardware front, apparently. World phone capability is hardly anything to get excited about.

    I would seriously consider hanging onto my 3GS until next year if I thought it would survive another year, so I wouldn't get locked into a two-year contract on the iPhone 4.5 when the iPhone 2012 will have all the features I've been waiting for.

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