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  • Blue Velvet
    Mar 20, 09:02 AM
    Oil reserves in Libya are the largest in Africa and the ninth largest in the world with 41.5 billion barrels (6.60�109 m3) as of 2007. Oil production was 1.8 million barrels per day (290�103 m3/d) as of giving Libya 63 years of reserves at current production rates if no new reserves were to be found. Libya is considered a highly attractive oil area due to its low cost of oil production (as low as $1 per barrel at some fields), and proximity to European markets.

    The average cost of a Tomahawk missile is close to $1.5 million. But this takes into account the initial research and development costs. As a pure production cost it costs less that $500,000.

    The maths doesn't lie.

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  • ericmooreart
    Nov 28, 03:13 PM
    Friend of mine at work bought the Zune. First thing that hit me was the "poop" brown color - uck. It had a rubbery feel (guess it won't slip from your hands) like the protectors you can get for the ipod. Was hard to get in and out of my back pocket due to the coating and brick thickness.

    I like that it played your videos landscape, though navagation became tricky.

    For all its bells and whistles I wouldn't buy it. Design matters. If it didn't i'd still be using my anti skip cd- mp3 player. I own a nano and have had every generation ipod except the first and the zune seems like the 1st generation ipod in respect to design and clunkiness. Microsoft should stick with the xbox

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  • bursthead
    Mar 25, 04:09 PM

    Joystick for ipad

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  • kiljoy616
    Mar 26, 01:45 AM
    Looks better than any racing sim on the Wii.

    I was looking at the Wii we have at home and thinking the same thing. Apple has been late to the gaming but I wonder how long before appletv 2 or 3 are also a game system.:rolleyes:

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  • sisyphus
    Sep 1, 02:22 PM
    This basically confirms that Apple will release the "Mac".

    A mini/mid tower with a Conroe, upgradeable video card maybe 1 or 2 open PCI slots, 2 HDD slots, 1 DVD slot and 4 ram slots.

    This would position it directly between the iMac and the Mac Pro.

    Even with a 3 GHz Conroe it would still be slower at well threaded apps than 2 - 2 GHz Woodcrests (Xeons). Apple has intentionally left this gap in its line.

    So you will now have:

    MacBook - "basic" laptop
    MacBook Pro - Fully loaded laptop

    Mac Mini - low end machine good for offices as a small server or low end word processing workstation.
    iMac - All in one consumer machine - no upgradeability
    "Mac" - Prosumer gamer machine - some upgradeablity
    Mac Pro - Full fledged workstation for those who need all the power they can get.

    iPod nano - the iPod perfect for music.
    iPod - Great as a music player, can also watch movies.
    iPod video - Large screen iPod intended for watching videos etc... may develop some PDA/gaming functionality if rumors are true.

    It all seems pretty obvious.

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  • MasterJediDan
    Jan 2, 10:51 PM


    LOL!! Nice :D. Very funny, and very true.

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  • TangoCharlie
    Aug 29, 11:02 AM
    a bit off topic... does any one know of a comparable pc and cost? the mini seems a bit expensive at 799 for a 1.6 dore duo

    For comparison, Evesham (a UK based company)** do a "mini" PC, which
    goes gor 699 GPB, which is about $1300. Specs are as follows:

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  • reyesmac
    Aug 6, 09:29 PM
    I will be surprised if Vista comes out with most features in leopard, even if they are hacked wanna be copies. They have done it before and with the preview Apple will just give them one more chance to do it. What I don't think they will be able to copy is the features in the iApps that will come out or core video effects. Well, not without raising the requirements to run vista yet again.

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  • SuperCachetes
    Mar 20, 09:27 AM
    "Firing missles and bombing" from great distances has a "disconnect" between people.

    I 'll agree with this, but not in favor of ground troops and "camaraderie." The real issue with missiles and bombs is collateral damage. Even if we get the target correct and use our best laser-guided systems, we still end up killing the neighbors or showering kids in the street with rubble, etc. For all our money and technology, we have not taken the brutality out of weapons systems. As a parent, I know I'd have a hard time accepting the loss of my kids for the benefit of my country, especially at the hands of an outside force whose families are tucked cleanly away in their peaceful western beds.

    The jets and rockets are there to prevent Gaddafi from killing civilians, not to prevent Gaddafi from winning.

    As far as you've been told.

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  • AidenShaw
    Aug 28, 03:17 PM "official media breakout box" or Asteroid 2.0. A box about the size of the mini itself...
    This came up earlier, and I said "That would be too *ugly* for Apple to even consider..." (

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    May 2, 04:22 PM
    Whatever happened to Command-Delete?

    ....this is starting to look like Aero in Windows Vista.

    See any similarities?

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  • Apple OC
    Mar 20, 07:15 PM
    Wow, that is a shocker.

    The U.S. Congress passed a law to prohibit any attempt to assassinate any foreign leader.

    Why, I don't know, but there it is. :confused:

    Not really an attempt to assassinate :cool:... just trying to scare him a bit :cool:

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  • Blue Velvet
    Mar 22, 12:23 PM
    lol no, look at my previous post.

    Wasn't sure, so had to ask. :)

    It's such a weird notion, that people can choose their sexual orientation. But then, I don't believe that's what many really believe when they say it... instead, I get the vibe that what they mean to say is 'why can't you just closet yourself and act straight?'.

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  • Leoff
    Nov 28, 04:22 PM
    Saw this thread, read about various people's encounters with stores selling (or rather NOT selling) Zunes, and decided to check it out for myself after work. I figure "maybe some people are exaggerating their experiences?" I'll try and give the Zune the benefit of the doubt.

    I go into the local Best Buy. I ask the "greeter" at the door if they have the new Zune in. She had heard of it, but she didn't know what the stock was and forwarded me onto "Jon" back in the mp3 player area.

    I asked Jon if they had the new Zune. "We HAD it in stock, but I know we just ran out I can place an order for you, have it here in a couple of days!"

    I was impressed. None of the instant badmouthing I'd come to expect. Untill...

    "But if you don't want to wait, we've got a lot of iPods and nanos in. I'd say your best bet is to get an iPod."

    I asked why, and soon learned that the store got a shipment of 8 Zunes. 4 were sold, one of which was returned that same day. 2 were put out on display, and since their introduction, they've broken and have been replaced by the two remaining Zunes in stock.

    Jon seemed almost too knowledgable. He wasn't a Microsoft shill, and I could tell he wasn't a Rah-rah! Applephile. He just knew that it was a very problematic piece of hardware, pointing out the dishonest advertising of wi-fi, the odd pricing scheme at the store, and some ways to get around the repeated failures of the Zune music store software installation.

    His opinion? "A good idea, but they rushed it to get it out before Christmas. They should have waited 6 months and worked the bugs out."

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  • LastZion
    Dec 2, 10:51 AM
    If iTV has some PVR functions in it, it is going to be tough to compete with. Very exciting

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 5, 07:33 PM
    thanks! with those bigadv units i almost feel like im cheating!

    yeah i know what you mean. but having 2 towers running full blast in one small apartment room is not good for me right now, so i'm going to wait on the bigadv units for right now

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  • PowerFullMac
    Jan 12, 04:16 PM
    Perhaps AIR is an acronym?
    Apple I______ R______ :)

    Interesting... Very interesting... Apple InfaRed... Apple Internet Reader... Apple Instruction Ripper...

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  • JoEw
    Jun 22, 05:07 PM
    touch screen is usefull for mobile devices because you don't have any place to put a screen, mouse and keyboard. But desktops you have room for keyboard and mic so i don't see this happening in imacs.

    Steve said a D8, he believes that there will always be a place for desktops but a majority of our tasks will be done from tablets or mobile devices that are touch screen enabled.

    And there are just some things that require keyboard and mice! steve acknowledges that and so does the rest of the world.

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  • williwilli
    Aug 7, 02:49 AM
    here's my assesment of the situation; a complete and reasonable roundup of what to expect at the show

    Mar 19, 12:53 PM
    Umm kind of hard to do this with out the US and its military power. My understanding is the US it mostly going to provide support for it but not as much of the combat forces. The support being things like aerial refueling as we have the most of those flying gas tanks. They will circle over the Mediterranean Sea refueling planes going to and from missions. Kind of key to extend the range of the fighters and Fighter bombers.

    Other thing the US I believe will provide is cruise missals as that they can launch from the Mediterranean Sea. This mostly to take out the Air Defenses. They might provide a few bombers to help take out artillery
    US is not taking the lead. But is providing support. US is going to have the other countries really provide most of the planes needed for this.

    Actually, the US is supplying EWar and Communications as well. The AWACS ( planes themselves can be considered like "mother ships" of today and fill command and control functions.

    Command craft often make the decisions and lead attack and defense tactics. It's not necessarily the ppl who have the "front line" forces are in the ones who are the major player. "Fighter planes" are just like drones with people in them. They follow orders and do not lead anything. It would be like saying the marines are the leading authority in war. They are not. They are just machine operators who pull the trigger.

    It's really too early to tell what we are going to see, because they never tell you anything. Maybe with this rag tag army, you don't need $billion stealth planes to beat them up so you might not see these kind of things. Maybe later on you will see some predators or some crap only, who knows. But for now they just give the press a story and if the reporter steps out of line, they get him fired, like Geraldo Rivera during the Iraqi Freedom.

    Nov 18, 07:57 PM
    ^yeah almost seems unfair to ppl that want to compete but dont have access to high end hardware. i guess if you look at it from an aggregate standpoint then low point crunchers make a bit of a diff.

    the amount of power sucked from the wall per unit would be WAY less i would imagine. from an environmental standpoint it wouldnt make sense

    That's why I dropped the G5 after I saw how little it was doing against the Mac Pro and even the low end amd's, it just wasn't worth it in terms of the electric bill.

    And speaking of electric bills... I'm just kind of guessing here but I think folding is costing me about $50 a month :eek:

    Nov 25, 11:39 AM
    True, but it's a lot of fun to occasionally leave the house! :D

    Yes, but shopping online ≠ never leaving the house

    I buy online because I find things that:

    Aug 7, 04:51 AM
    I like the UK. B&O have their entire product range here, wheras they don't in Australia...

    I'm assuming Bang & Olufsen, I've never heard of them.
    Google is my friend

    Apr 26, 01:23 PM
    Amazon is not a generic term. It is, however, the name of a single river on planet Earth...among a few other names/uses ("the Amazon", "Amazon basin", "Amazon Women").

    Where else have you seen/heard the term Amazon in a generic sense? Some examples of a generic term are (at least have been generic over the past 75+ years):

    light bulb

    you forgot windows.....

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