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Sunday, May 29, 2011

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  • twoodcc
    Dec 26, 01:14 PM
    well of course i'd love for this to be true, but i doubt it





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  • nosen
    Sep 25, 01:58 PM
    Breaking News: First Look at Aperture 1.5

    http://www.creativepro.com/story/news/24732.html?cprose=daily

    by Ben Long - coAuthor Aperture Pro Training
    Thanks for the link! After reading this, I'm VERY excited about upgrading now! The enhancements to the library are very welcome for me. It might even tempt me to import my entire photo library... :o





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  • GeeYouEye
    Apr 25, 02:13 AM
    Excellent! Although I think some are underestimating the utility of negative ratings in increasing the SNR of the forums. I can't tell you how many times I've read through a thread (especially a front page-based thread) with factual errors that no one catches for pages and while other folks speculate wildly based on that, and then others go into hysterics over the speculation and on and on... it gets ugly

    A few points:

    Does this use the vB reputation system? If so, I recommend the Public Display of Affection plugin if you're going to change things to show who up/downvoted. PDA was (last I checked) not explicitly compatible with 3.8.x, but I've got it running (see sig) on 3.8.1. (If you're not using the vB rep system, why not? You can hide the pips entirely, although my forum finds them useful, to judge the credibility of who's agreeing/disagreeing)

    Seconding the comment about the style... the buttons just look... off somehow.

    Definitely do NOT hide posts based on downvotes. It just doesn't work for forums. Comments, yes, forums, no. The number should just help speed up recognition of good and bad posts as such, not be a filter for them.

    Not sure if I like the one-click interface. Using the regular vB rep controls requires 2 clicks (three, if you don't disable that damned JS alert) to give rep. It's a slightly greater commitment, which gives people a second to think before downvoting. On the other hand, it's one-click on reddit too, and I haven't up or downvoted every post and comment... it's a tossup.





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  • puuukeey
    Jan 9, 01:39 PM
    I promise promise promise its not a spoiler.





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  • khrome
    Apr 4, 11:09 AM
    I had a macbook and an xbox (original) stolen among other, smaller electronics items, etc.

    My experience is one of your "good" neighbors is involved. In my case one of the kids of the family I lived next to (On Mercy blvd. in Savannah, GA) had broken in to my home, then split the goods between himself, another adult neighbor (who I knew was a shadeball), and a third kid.

    Long story short, I intimidated the kid into spilling the beans, had the cops take his statement, and suprise, suprise... the next day he had been beaten up (comfirming that he had indeed told the truth). now he didn't say "X did this", he said "well I saw X walking away about that time" and all you can get out of that is a police visit a few days later.

    I never did get the macbook back, but like you... I located my xbox, and like you I got no response from the police, or more accurately an unwillingness to act unless there was an airtight case. But I did get it back. Plausible deniability works both ways, and I'm sure if the thief was running through the woods he could have dropped it or stashed it outside your house or any number of other scenarios where you legally recovered it from your own property with a whole array of the thief's prints (which won't really do you much good anyway, since they can always say they "came across it" and didn't move it for fear of getting "in trouble"). In the end you probably should have just knocked on the door and posed as a salesman or something to get in the house to visually identify the unit, then forcibly retrieved it. Now that he's remote, without MS's help you are SOL. Sorry, I feel your pain.

    P.S. If you have any trouble with the police failing to pursue leads that should be, I'd recommend contacting your Alderman.

    P.P.S. Incidently I found out that the 13 year old "good kid" burned downed a nearly complete battered women's shelter 2 years earlier, and he got off that (no charges file) for plausible deniability as well. Police are nearly useless unless you need some paperwork filed or a statement taken unless there is a dead body involved.





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  • bming1
    Jan 13, 09:36 AM
    I can name one big thing - visual voicemail. I think this is an amazing feature. Instead of waiting for the voicemail system to respond to your button inputs to skip messages so you can finally get to the one you want, you just touch the screen once. Please show me another cell phone that can do this.

    As someone else has already pointed out, there are over 200 patents in the phone. While I'm certain that many are related to human factors elements and software, it's likely that there are some hardware patents involved. Only an Apple hardware engineer who was intimately involved in the design of the iPhone would be able to help you out here.

    who are you kidding? what part of iphone is not previously existed in technology? yay it has a nice UI, like all other apple products, but the hardware?


    remind me, again, what's revolutionary about iPhone?





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  • applefan289
    Apr 2, 11:49 AM
    What I like about Apple is not only the great products, but also their professionalism. Microsoft does not give off the "kid in a candy store" vibe, and the Microsoft website just feels clunky.

    I guess those were not good examples, but even if Windows 8 beats Lion as far as the OS itself, Windows 8 will not beat Apple's marketing, professionalism, and "with it" mind set.





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  • i-unit123
    Nov 24, 06:58 PM
    apple's canada store is also down...





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  • bpaluzzi
    May 4, 09:14 AM
    I'll buy one when it does something useful - like run an unhindered version of OSX

    You're a few years late with that one. Even the Apple haters have given up on that useless meme. Didn't you get the memo at the latest club meeting?





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  • lindamartin88
    Apr 6, 08:56 AM
    Its a rediculous app...i mean who would want to see an app that is just to make you see adds...no use
    disappointed in apple for sure...





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  • Watabou
    Apr 25, 11:46 AM
    That looks fine actually.

    I'm fine with Apple not changing the overall design from the iPhone 4. It's already pretty sexy. This will just be like iPhone 3G ->iPhone 3Gs. They just make it better.

    Now where can I pay?! :D





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  • skipsandwichdx
    Oct 16, 08:25 AM
    Wi-FiPod Leather TubeSock?





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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 25, 03:40 PM
    my question is what would you have McDonalds employees do.

    You are asking teenagers to get involved in a fight and try to break it up.
    Not really something you expect the average person of the street to do why should teenagers working and McDonalds be any different.
    Heck most of the time betting/ fights are over before the brain finishes processing "Is that really happening?" followed by "Should I do anything?" Most of the time they get stuck in an endless loop of not sure what to do and the fight or flight responses takes over.

    While the people doing the beating deserve to rot in jail at the same time I would not expect the employees to do anything other than really call the cops. This is one would you expect a person of the street to do something other than really call the cops and it is still over by the time the above loop is completed.

    oh and btw the link you provided is to your mail inbox. We can not read it.

    as an adult yes but you are telling random Teenagers who are in shock seeing something. Different story there.

    Also remember most work places (Retail) tell there employees not to get involved really for fear of the employee getting hurt.

    The filming it on a cell phone and not doing anything bothers me but at the same token what do you expect them to do.

    Like I said the human brain is going to get stuck in the loop "What is that really happening?" and the "Should I do something?" That going to hold them in place for quite a while. After the fact yes you can look back on it but during the fact you have that endless loop you have to break out of that is very hard to do.

    In something like that first thing I would of done is called 911. Response time for something like that should be 1-2 mins tops the nearest cop should be there.
    I remember calling the cops on a domestic fight and from 911 to the cop showing up it was under 2 mins and on that one the cop was not going no come in sirens a blazing for they want to use the shock of lights be shown on them to break it up. This is something they would come in with sirens on.

    You expect employees who make minimum wage to break up a fight? They should call the cops, but for sure not break up a fight.

    What would we have them do? They didn't have time to do anything? According to the report: "These employees can be heard on the video shouting words of encouragement to the attackers." Sounds like they had more then enough time to figure out what was going on and acted on it. Do you like what they chose to do?





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  • cult hero
    Mar 25, 05:54 PM
    I really *like* the fact that the OS X and iOS groups seem to be talking to each other and sharing ideas with each other, rather than being in squabbling little camps that snipe at each other like you see at Microsoft.

    Me too. The trouble I see here is that every time OS X adopts some interface concept or anything else from iOS there is this ridiculous frenzy that goes like this: "OH NOES!!!!!!111111one APPLE IS GONNA LOCK DOWN APPS!"

    Which, they COULD do but I just don't think they're that stupid. (If they do it's back to Linux for me.)





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  • SuperBrown
    Jan 15, 05:59 PM
    Compare the MBA to this sony notebook with similar specs:

    http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDisplay?catalogId=10551&storeId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=8198552921644507782&parentCategoryId=16154&XID=O:sony%20tz:dg_vinb_gglsrch

    Whoa! Had no idea sub-notebooks cost that much. :eek:

    If apple is trying to break into that market then maybe they do have something in MBA.

    I think my disappointment (and that of many others) may stem from the fact that they really didn't come out with anything for me.

    TV untethered from a computer + price drop + iTunes movie rentals is interesting. So is Time Capsule. Not earth-shaking enough, though, to make me run to the apple store this instant.

    And $20 for iPod touch software. I don't own one, but I'd feel like I got screwed if I did.





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  • elppa
    Apr 29, 04:01 PM
    I like it as it is in Snow Leopard.

    If Apple listened to all the “I like it as it” people we would still be on platinum. :)
    Doesn't hurt to change things every now and then.

    I wonder if this was in response to actual user feedback, or if Steve just decided one day…





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  • triceretops
    Mar 24, 11:01 PM
    Wish this post would have gone up earlier. We could have had a cake.:mad:





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  • p0intblank
    Oct 3, 01:18 PM
    A confirmation is always nice. :)

    How on earth is this being voted as Negative? Also what's up with the last option in the poll? That depresses me! :(





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  • larrylaffer
    Apr 8, 01:07 PM
    "Rating: -45"

    haha





    rdowns
    Apr 13, 09:28 AM
    I thought box cutters were banned? Can you provide a link to support your statement?


    Box cutters were banned in response to 9/11. As always, airline security is reactive. Bush sold us a bill of goods while increasing the size and cost of government.





    ChrisA
    Oct 17, 10:55 AM
    That comment about not including the burner is interesting, and I'm at least trying to give it some more thoughtful consideration. Who really needs to burn 30 - 50 GB of data? For backup solutions, wouldn't just getting a huge external hard drive be more practical?

    Anyone who owns a video camera and uses it will have way more then 30 to 50 GB of data. Mini DV camera make 12Gb of data per hour. If you own a DSLR and shoot in RAW format the image files are on order of 10MB each. My music colection is 50GB.

    I do use a hard drive to do backups but there is a basic rule in the computer industry that data is not safe unless it exists in three copies and at two physical locations. How many 500GB hard drives do you want to own? What about photos. Peope like to think they will keep these for 50 or 90 years. You need a very robust backup system if the data are to last that long. Some of the ways data has been lost historically is by theft, fire or flood.





    KeriJane
    Apr 9, 01:28 PM
    Some of it is copying, but it's good for consumers. The program packaging is because Microsoft is planning to release an App Store for Windows.

    I'm just glad Microsoft is focusing on consumer features in their operating system instead of just enterprise features.


    That's what Microsoft does. Copy Apple and make the copy so bad that Apple can't quite sue them. MS has been doing that for DECADES.
    That's why I call MS "The Worlds Biggest Out-Of-Focus Copying Machine".

    It's not good for consumers in the long run. We get stuck with expensive and inferior copies of Apple products. Yuck.

    A Microsoft App Store is almost too hilarious a concept to think about. Thinking about it might make good therapy for depression but could have side effects related to excessive laughter.
    If they're very lucky it will be Zune2.

    MS has been focusing on Enterprise features? Odd. Our MS based computers at work are actually worse to use than Windows computers at home. Perhaps our IT guys are just being cruel?

    Have Fun.
    Keri





    blanding
    Dec 26, 07:33 AM
    oh, i already received it ,i like it very much.





    br-
    Aug 8, 02:36 AM
    The Cinema Displays aren't for general consumers like most of you posting in this thread. They're for professionals who need even backlighting, excellent color accuracy, and a large viewing angle. That's why Apple charges a premium for them. If you don't care about these things get a Dell.

    However, Apple monitors (especially the 23") have had issues with a pink/yellow hue. Hopefully these issues are resolved with the new panels.



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