Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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  • Hilmi Hamidi
    Feb 1, 09:23 AM
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  • arn
    Dec 15, 01:49 PM
    I'll see what I can do


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  • skydenyy
    Apr 18, 03:19 AM
    As one of my friends said, teens are not in if they dont play the networking games. But I have not played any of those games like cityville, bubble island and bejeweled and so on. I�m going to have a try. I do not have a desktop or notebook, only have one Dell Inspiron 10 10.1" Netbook. What games can I play with my small netbook? Any suggestion will be appreciated.

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  • bigpics
    Mar 31, 01:46 PM
    As a professional photographer this thing is (and always will be) an "App Store" toy - nothing more.

    The iPad will never have the horse power to do what pros need.A number of the comments here ("toy," "will never do X") are more than a bit reminiscent of what many reviewers were saying in 1984 - about the Mac.

    9" 512x342 monochrome pixel display. 128 KB RAM. 8 MHZ Moto CPU. 16 bit. (Note that's "KB" - not MB, let alone GB - and "MHZ" not GHZ.) No HDD or on-board storage of any kind other than its 64K of ROM. The OS, apps and files shared the use of a single 400 K mini-floppy disk. Two non-standard serial ports. The original keyboard lacked arrow and function keys, and had no numeric keypad, enraging some potential users. And it went to market with fewer native apps than the Xoom.

    And if you go back and look at MacWrite and MacPaint and compare them to where that "toy computer" and its apps are today (along with all the Windows computers which, uhhh, adopted its basic interface and input metaphor), and what it does.......

    ...i.e., all the types of tasks people here are saying can only be done on its current iterations, and "never" on the new toy...

    ...all the while (albeit with a hiatus in its middle years) remaining under the firm control of the same visionary leader someone here has labeled a "charlatan" and "aesthete"....

    ...and I've enjoyed watching it all happen while the naysayers have foamed at the mouth and gnashed their teeth at each and every new Apple release - even as Macs now hold an amazing 90% share of the premium (i.e., money-making part of) the PC market. Some toy.

    And lest some of you have forgotten, some program called... ...what was it, oh yeah, "Photoshop"... ...was originally released on this "hopeless" platform. (As were Pagemaker, Illustrator and QuarkExpress, e.g.)

    We're four years into iDevices and only ONE year into the iPad era. The New Yorker had a cover created on an original iPhone within months of its release. A somewhat major artist released a video on YouTube produced on an iPad 2 with iMovie and GarageBand within a day or two of its release.

    What will these device classes (and their successor innovations) be capable of in 3 years? 5? 10? 30?

    Perspective, people. Vision, hope, creativity, engineering, a willingness to jump off (calculated) new cliffs - and perspective.

    Some'a y'all oughta' go develop some.


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  • bgoman
    May 6, 06:12 PM
    Applied to the local store and got invited to a seminar. What should I expect? I heard they sometimes have you work in groups to create a video, skit, or presentation of some kind. None of which I'm very good at.

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  • mdpena26
    Nov 17, 11:14 PM


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  • BeamWalker
    Sep 6, 03:54 AM
    Who is she? & wallpaper please.

    Her name is Leah Dizon ( (

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  • chuckm1020
    Oct 5, 09:08 PM
    Did a little tweaking...
    Do you have a link to this wallpaper please :D


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  • wPod
    Oct 31, 09:50 AM
    The 2GB shuffle!!!! I CANT WAIT TO GET ONE!!!! I hear its going to be as popular as the PowerBook G5!!!

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  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Dec 20, 12:57 AM
    Nice! :cool:

    Smoother loop than #1, too... :)


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  • Pavijan
    Apr 1, 04:53 PM
    Mine: (
    Click to supersize.

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  • andreas79
    Oct 7, 08:19 AM
    just changed mine,going to keep it for long :)


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  • jaison13
    Mar 31, 12:32 PM

    that stuff doesn't look professional to you? by the way, after you're done sketching on the ipad you can transfer it to your computer to refine it!!

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  • three
    Feb 16, 02:56 AM
    Honestly don't know why the image quality is poor. (


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  • bpaluzzi
    Apr 21, 03:14 AM
    This is an illogical comparison and does not give us any real information to go on.


    They are comparing iOS Devices.

    I don't think RIM and all the rest should be compared to iPad and iPod touch devices.

    This is playing with the numbers.

    Why the heck _wouldn't_ you count those? You can use apps across all the devices, which is where the power of the Apple ecosystem comes into play. Once the Apple TV can support apps, that will be counted too. Whether or not you can make a phone call on the device is absolutely 100% irrelevant. The ONLY thing that matters in these kind of numbers is whether or not you can run an application on it. That's where the benefit of market reach comes into play. More devices sold = more developers = more benefit to customers = more devices sold = more developers ... etc. It's a great little self-sustaining model.

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  • groovebuster
    Jul 28, 02:06 AM
    Actually this has been proved wrong. As long as your careful, keep them in a good tempered area they'll be fine. I still have some of my original CDs and DVDs that I burned that work fine - of course it doesn't hurt to backup those discs though. Scratching them is easy. ;)
    Tell me about it! :rolleyes:

    Many of the CDs I burned before 2000 are coasters by now. And they were handeled with extreme care... No UV light and room temperature. I was so stupid to believe the industry claims of '100 years longevity' and used them for archiving my projects.

    Now a big part of my 90's projects is lost and I will never get them back. Redundant HD-Backups are the way to go. CDs and DVDs I only use anymore for transporting data (blanks are cheap, they then can stay at their destination) or when I have to hand out a copy of a project to a customer. And of course for music and movies in order to be compatible to the rest of the world. But I would never again archive my projects on any DVD or CD. Too risky...

    Blue-Ray as well as HD-DVD are not interesting at all for me at the moment, so I couldn't care less if they are incorporated in the upcoming Mac Pros...

    Maybe that changes when the prices come down and HDTV finally gets into a stage where it actually really works flawlessly. Since I am not that big of a TV fan anyway, I don't see the need for it... When HDTV equipment costs as much as the 'normal' equipment these days and my current CRT-TV imploded, I might maybe consider it buying that stuff... Until then I have all I need to be happy...



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  • Taustin Powers
    Jun 11, 04:54 AM
    I'm starting to have doubts, mainly for one reason: The show is only a few days away, and there is NO leaked material. No prototype photos from Mister Blurrycam, no packshots, no peripherals... Given Sony's track record of keeping new hardware secret, I'd say it's not looking good. If they do show it next week, then kudos to Sony for tightening their security! :)

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  • xraytech
    Apr 1, 01:56 AM
    Get this guy an HDMI Adaptor XD

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  • Small White Car
    Oct 9, 02:50 PM

    It'll be on the store shortly.

    So after all the arguing back and forth here comes the time to vote with your money. Will you be buying it?

    I am.

    Apr 28, 08:50 PM
    It was deposited today for me. The exact date iTunes Connect said it would be. They've been spot-on for me since they started putting the pay date on the site.

    Sep 6, 12:07 PM
    Picture taken just after a crazy storm in Kentucky in June.

    Nov 4, 12:17 PM

    - visually appealing multi-proticol IM program
    - also incredibly stable due to a local dameon

    May 4, 03:50 AM
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    Aug 19, 12:32 PM
    Ow, it hurts my head. Very artsy though. I like it, just not as an avatar. :D

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