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  • LagunaSol
    Apr 28, 09:16 AM
    I'm an Apple fan, but the truth has to be told: a) 3.5" is TOO small to be practical. I have a Motorola DEFY with a 3.7" display, and even then, the on screen keyboard is not large enough in portrait mode, at least 4 to 4.3" is vital.

    Why not 5"? Or 6"? 4.3" is "vital?" I doubt most people desire a phone that's the size of an old-school PDA. I know I don't.

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  • scotty96LSC
    Sep 4, 11:19 AM
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  • xvl
    Apr 23, 09:40 AM
    In Mac OS X 10.6.7...

    Japanese charaters works in while AppleLocale is set to en_US, en_GB or ja_JP.

    But if I do:
    defaults write -globalDomain AppleLocale sv_SE

    and Log out and Log in. Then will display whitespaces instead of the charaters, both if I cat a file or open it in vim.

    To reproduce, in
    $ cat

    Vim displays the correct UTF-8 hex values while the cursor is under a japanese character and pressing "g8", but will not display the character.

    If I do not use the swedish locale, the week number will be incorrect, while date(1) displays:
    $ date -v2011y -v4m -v23d '+%U %V %W'
    16 16 16

    All Cocoa apps that uses week number will display 17 /except/ for swedish when they display 16. (For 23rd of April).

    $ gcc -xobjective-c -framework Foundation -
    #import <Foundation/Foundation.h>


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  • FX4568
    Apr 4, 10:24 PM
    Phew. Thanks for clearing that up for us. Until you explained it so well I was really worried.

    Well, this is macrumors and i try to stay away from economic theories, but you asked for it, so here we go:
    Monopolies cause "allocative deadweight loss" (although its main argument applies towards state-owned enterprises)
    What does that mean?

    In a competitive market, producers dont have the freedom to set a price because the rival can always undercut them until the point where lowering the price will cause in a loss.
    BUT the monopolist firm can decide the price it charges by varying the quantity it produces, so it will produce only up to the quantity where its profit is maximized. UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES, the level of output is lower than the socially optimal one, which is where the max price a consumer is willing to pay is the same as the minimum price that the producer requires in order not to lose money.
    When the amount produced is LESS than the socially optimal quantity, it means not serving some consumers who are perfectly willing to pay MORE than the minimum price that the producer requires but who are unwilling to bear the price at which the monopoly firm can max its profit. The unfulfilled desire of those neglected consumers is the social cost of monopoly.

    So basically, monopolies will start losing more money when they start raising the price since consumers will either 1) not be able to access such services (since they will only make the MIN amount for MAX price and by using calculus, you would rather spend a little more in the amount produced and make a little less profit rather than having an EXACT amount although you would make the best profit IF you sold ALL items) or 2) consumers will just stop using it since cell phone devices are not a NECESSITY but instead a WANT. do you think you will pay whatever cellphone company if the price exceeds a certain comfort zone in your income bracket? you wont.

    Furthermore, I will take it one more step. Monopolies can be good. If you look at the Mexican carrier, Telcel. The year Telcel was monopolized by Carlos Slim (riches man in the world now) coverage in Mexico grew more than it did in the hands of the state. According to the "monopoly=bad" argument, service in Mexico should have dropped in every other city that is not important in Mexico's economy while service should have exploded in cities such as Mexico City and Puebla. No, it exploded in the main cities while it also exploded with the whole country

    In conclusion, monopolies are only dangerous IF the monopoly is a necessity based. i.e. lets say one man owned the whole united states food supply. Then yes, monopolies would be the worst. But not cell phone companies, cmon if monopolies were SOO good for the company why would Bell even break up his own company? just for the lulz? I dont think so. Because the government told him so? I certainly dont believe it since Bell probably would have had the power to lobby his way out and in case nothing worked he couldve just brought it up to the Supreme Court.

    Anyways, enough with the economics jargon. Enjoy your economics class :P


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  • simsaladimbamba
    Apr 9, 04:40 PM
    You need one with an external power adapter.
    Any of them will work, I recently got me a 4-port USB hub from CnMemory:

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  • dotnina
    Nov 10, 03:33 AM
    I was actually going to start a thread just like this! Great idea for a thread.

    Here's my list ... and yes, all of this is FREE (I read the name of the thread). ;) :D

    WireTap (

    Records ANY audio being played through your Mac. Absolutely ... anything. Very nice, simple interface as well.

    Streamripper (

    Records songs playing through an internet radio station as individual mp3s. Keeps all the mp3s nice and neat and named for you, in a folder that you specify. Great way to discover new music / artists.

    Newsfire (

    The best RSS newsreader for the Mac I've tried.

    Quicksilver (

    Hard to explain, you just need to download it.

    Meteorologist (

    Best weather utility I've used for the Mac. Stays up in the top right corner of your menu bar, where it displays an icon representing the current weather (ie, raindrops), the location, and the temperature (mine says [Sun icon] Home 62). Click on it to get an extended forecast and more info.

    Genius (

    A must-have for students who use flashcards to review. Tracks your progress, quizzes you, teaches you.

    iTunes Monitor (

    Lets you know who's listening to your iTunes music on the LAN, as well as what they're listening to.


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    Apr 4, 08:20 PM

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  • rick snagwell
    May 3, 12:27 AM
    i would just bring it in, if you can't turn it on, either can they probably. and they will give you another.


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  • Frisco
    Sep 26, 01:40 PM
    Hi! I was thinking of buying an Apple iBook SE 366 MHZ G3 processor , 64 MB Ram off of ebay. Does anyone know if it has a DVD drive and how much RAM it can handle?


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  • patseguin
    Sep 4, 11:15 AM
    I actually do like the new iTunes logo. Wondering if they will change it in iOS as well.

    Can you post a link for that wallpaper? I love it!


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  • waw74
    May 6, 12:26 PM
    no, iOS sends only to one thing at a time, but you can do it from iTunes.
    You can then use the remote app on the iTouch to control iTunes. (and control the zone volume levels.

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  • liamkp
    Jun 21, 08:59 PM

    Vaja if you can afford it-theyre ridiculous.


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  • Philalbe
    Mar 21, 03:50 AM
    You went back to school and you didn't learn how to bill or control a client? Your very first mistake was booking a $75 job with a 3 hour time limit. If that is all someone can afford, then don't work for them. In my experience, the cheaper they are, the more demanding they usually are. Your second mistake was giving the power to your client and not billing him for phone time. You didn't manage the job and you paid the price. I bet you didn't even have a signed contract. :eek:

    Hi. You're right about my lack of pricing knowledge. I remember when I was in school I would often ask instructors about pricing and they would kind of cryptically shy away from it. It would be good if they added a class about pricing and ethics to the curriculum, or at least provided students with a packet containing basic pricing guidelines.

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  • AdrianK
    Apr 16, 05:11 AM
    Thought I'd try something a little different :P

    Tiger wallpaper, dock images, iTunes 6 icon, Tiger Terminal and System Preferences icons.


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  • Stridder44
    Mar 25, 02:07 PM
    Excellent, the Map app is the weakest link of the default iOS apps. The GPS/navigation aspect of it works okay at best. Can't wait to see what progress they've made!

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  • rprebel
    Dec 3, 12:44 PM
    Here's another one
    Looks great. Moving Adium was a good idea, and this wall is better too.


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  • Melrose
    Feb 1, 11:57 AM
    Usually I don't go for chicks on my desktop, but I'll make an exception this time. at least for a couple days...

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  • Nekbeth
    Apr 9, 11:00 AM
    Hi, I'm trying to figure out how Apple and many apps added a button background to cancel the Search?

    Thank you

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  • steve2112
    Jan 10, 04:43 PM
    Volkswagen has taken a new direction with the design of their Passat.

    Whereas most automakers are putting more thought into bringing more and better small cars to the market these days, Volkswagen is making their new Passat bigger and a lot cheaper. (

    The engine choices remain good, especially the rare diesel option, but how are they going to shave $7000 off the base price of the Passat AND make it larger without turning it into just another Camry/Malibu/Taurus/Impala/Accord soulless bore-fest McSedan?

    Volkswagen's following in the US is built on buyers looking for a more European-flavored car. Volkswagen, however, now seem intent on making their lineup more "American". This seems sure to alienate Volkswagen's core buyers in the US.

    Sadly, that is exactly what they are doing. Have you seen the new US market Jetta? They stripped out a lot of the options that used to be standard, lowered the quality of the interior, and made a lot of other cuts in order to lower the price. That "under $16k" price they brag about has the ancient and underpowered 2.0L naturally aspirated four (used to be the 2.5L 5), a solid rear axle (used to be independent rear suspension), and rear drum brakes.

    VW figured out that bigger sells better in the mid-size four door sedan market, so they bumped it up. They decontented a bit, and they also moved production to the US ( I guess VW has decided to move from "affordable German luxury" back to "The people's car".

    Feb 14, 01:19 PM
    Just to let know everybody that i just sent my first complain about edesignuk as a moderator.

    Don't know why I'm bothering here but why in the hell would you make this public? If you had a legitimate complaint, I'm sure you would have posted a link to the thread. Are you trying to cause trouble? (highly likely given your history).

    This seems an appropriate pic.

    Apr 27, 01:08 PM
    You know what people should be concerning themselves with today instead of this non-issue? The credit card and personal information of 77 MILLION users that was stolen from the Sony network this week. Now THAT is an issue.

    PS. Do you think Sony will get sued?

    How about keeping on topic. This thread isn't about Sony. Start a thread elsewhere if you want to discuss it.


    Apr 25, 09:40 AM
    Reason it isn't a disgrace: The white enclosure apparently was causing trouble with the camera due to light leakage. You would most likely be calling that disgraceful if they had indeed released a 500$ phone with that rather huge flaw, so I guess they can't win.

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    Jar Jar Binks
    Apr 25, 05:08 PM
    any help would be appreciated

    I left my 3Gs attached to my mac through firewire and overnight the battery drained.

    When I came back it wouldn't charge and now I have tried to charge it on 2 different macs with 2 different fire wires and both haven't recognized the Iphone.

    When I hold down the power and menu buttons the apple logo pops up and for a brief second a picture of a fire wire comes up.

    Do I have any options other than get professional help/new phone?

    Apr 14, 05:21 PM
    Pop culture has that lowest common denominator appeal about it; that's why it's popular. Good luck on raising that bar. But let's not kid ourselves here - he was fined for PC reasons, albeit trivially so given the size of his paychecks. Otherwise, we wouldn't be seeing half of the NBA tripping over themselves to issue statements and apologies and conduct investigations.

    That IS very true. Usually "pop culture" influences and is taken up by two major the lower classes. The artists often target these groups and as for the kids...well, it's hard to stop them from "speaking thier minds" because the are just all about spur of the moment. And they would say things without even realizing what it means or the consequences...some simply don't care.

    The "lower classes" aren't as educated so many will also adopt "pop culture" from TV or wherever they get it from without realizing what impact it has on others arround them and in the different environments. Fore example, you would see more educated and/or high class people with "manners" in such sensitive situations vs. like a bunch of "blue collar red necks" so to speak. Even when you're just out of adolescence, you can see this distiguishment. What I've found is that in general "harvard types" interact differently from "community college types". And this fits even later in life although "most" older ppl would have matured to a certain extent. Not to mention that "harvard types" are much rarer than "community college types" so hence...where "pop culture" thrives more.

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