Friday, June 3, 2011

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  • alukado
    Jan 16, 10:48 PM
    Indeed a good price , thanks for the heads up :D

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  • Dave H
    Mar 31, 03:39 PM
    Oh, I didn't know that. On which ones exactly?
    I was thinking that only G5s had it enabled automatically.

    I don't know exactly, but on my G4 Digital Audio it's enabled by default.
    This page ( has information about it in MDDs.

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  • leekohler
    Apr 14, 11:15 PM
    Um no, hemophiliacs and it getting in to the straight population is what caused the growth in awareness. us getting loud about it is what caused awareness. Don't try to rewrite history- I lived through that crap and watched it happen.

    When did man-man or woman-woman sex produce children?

    When did a man and woman who are sterile ever produce children? You have no point and no ground to stand on. Bottom line- gay people have kids, that's a fact. Whether or not you choose to recognize it has very little to do with reality.

    For those of you looking for just the kind of person I am talking about- well, here he is- CaoCao. CaoCao cannot be reasoned with or negotiated with. No matter what anyone says or proves, CaoCao does not care. He is interested in destroying, or at least settling for harming, people like me. He does not simply want to peacefully coexist and have an opinion. He wants us put in our place.

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  • sphoenix
    Jun 1, 03:33 PM
    Thought it would (roughly) convey Steve's thoughts on all the leaks this year, using a hit that most people are familiar with.


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  • NoSmokingBandit
    Oct 10, 08:55 AM
    I havent posted mine here in a while.

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  • DTphonehome
    Sep 26, 09:16 PM
    OK, this is nice, but they need to light a fire under the collective ass of the .mac development team. That service is in dire need of a complete and total overhaul.


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  • psimac
    Apr 4, 02:43 PM
    They have no relationship with me, because their subscription costs for the iPad app are so out of line. Maybe they should get with the program. And if you subscribe to the paper version, there's no incentive to get the iOS version.

    These companies should be trying to get their content out to as many people as possible and sell advertising, so that they can survive. What if Netflix just sold thru their own system and charged high fees? They'd be Blockbusted now.

    Wall Street Journal seems to be the only one that gets it.

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  • faroZ06
    Apr 7, 08:54 PM

    Exactly, why do people ask when they have a Google search bar right there :D?


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  • samcraig
    Apr 28, 07:41 AM
    Other indications that this is PR spin/backpeddling:

    1. They picked a size of 2mb for the db "turns out it was fairly large."

    If they are ENGINEERS as Jobs says - they know how big 2MB is. They also know how much ascii data they can store in 2MB. Which is HUGE. GINORMOUS for straight text.

    2. Deflected the very fact that this DB is stored on the computer. A bit of spin to imply that the only way to access it is by "jailbreaking"....
    "We had that protected on the system. It had root protection and was sandboxed from any other application. But if someone hacks their phone and jailbreaks it, they can get to this and misunderstand the point of that."
    "One thing I think we have learned is that the cache we had on the system�the point of that cache, is we do all the location calculations on the phone itself so no location calculations are done separately. You can imagine in an ideal world the entire crowdsourced database is on the phone and it just never has to talk to a server to do these calculations (or) to even get the cache.

    What we do is we cache a subset of that. We picked a size, around 2MB, which is less than half a song. It turns out it was fairly large and could hold items for a long time.

    We had that protected on the system. It had root protection and was sandboxed from any other application. But if someone hacks their phone and jailbreaks it, they can get to this and misunderstand the point of that.

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  • jnoxx
    Apr 27, 02:20 AM
    this would take a bit of work i think, but u should use the delegate method of a textField, didchangecharactersinrange or somewhat?
    Think that should set u off..


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  • rstansby
    Feb 10, 07:05 PM
    Checked my data usage while I was there and I'm so glad I'm grandfathered in!

    Holy Torrent Batman, that is a lot of data.

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  • Daark
    Jun 22, 10:41 AM
    Thinking about it, was debating MeadowHell but have a feeling that'll probably be the worst one to try. The one on Division Street may be worth a shout tho


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  • MaxBurn
    May 5, 06:07 AM
    Duno about that, all i know is with a tethered jb its possible to have cydia and jb apps greyed out.

    Not sure what would happen to grey out a native app.

    If it happens again look around in settings and see if something is up with the phone or baseband section?

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  • Anuba
    Jan 12, 07:13 AM
    You're right this isn't the portable media market - those devices are primitive compared to what's being offered here and yet the heavy weights were NEVER able to even dent THAT market. You would think the likes of SONY, HP MOTOROLA, M$SOFT and all the other consumer electronics giants, with all of their resources, could come up with something smart enough to compete with the iPod over the years, right?
    We pretty much knew Sony would fail, they're the ultimate balldroppers. They refused mp3 for as long as humanly possible, instead trying to peddle advanced MiniDisc players with USB2, years into the iPod era. Sort of a repeat of the Betamax vs VHS war back in the 80s. When they eventually caved, they introduced some butt ugly, purple, blobby mp3 players nobody wanted. Now with PS3 they're even losing a market they completely dominated, they're getting pummeled by Xbox 360 and the technologically inferior Nintendo Wii. I bet they'll somehow manage to drop the ball with Blu-Ray, too. I never understood Sony, never will.

    M$ entered the game way too late with Zune, and with this DRM quirk the Zune is doomed. It's not even out in Europe yet. With iPod, Apple has always made sure that anyone in the world can have it in their hand a few days after the Keynote. The only thing the competition can hope for is that the iPod one day grows stale in the public eye. When everyone has one, nodoby's special.

    The iPod was revolutionary in its design and usability (and not the first portable media device by the way). Paired with the best online music store experience distanced it even further from the rest. That's what revolutionary means: a new playing field - a new system - a new product. Apple does this better than anyone in the world. I'm not sure the competition is just Nokia, SonyEricsson, and Motorola any more. Listen closely, Apple is attempting to reinvent the mobile phone by marrying what we traditionally associate with a smartphone (smartERphone actually) under a totally new "human friendly" and intuitive package. Those things tend to have mass appeal.

    Yeah, but as you say they rolled out a complete solution with the iPod+iTunes+iTunes Store package. This may well be what separates iPod from Newton, NeXT and the Cube. With iPhone there are many loose ends. Apart from the Cingular exclusive being a dealbreaker for many, plus the fact that unlike the iPod it will only be available in the US for quite some time (here in Europe it's been a long, long time since we last saw a business class phone that doesn't support 3G), how is it going to attract corporate customers? Allegedly it won't even accept 3rd party software, yet businessmen will want to sync it up with MS Exchange/Outlook or Lotus Notes, and they'll probably want to snap in their TomTom or Wayfinder GPS module too. As of now, the gateway for all things iPhone is iTunes, and they're kidding themselves if they think corporate customers will trust a damn music jukebox with their mail, calendar and contacts. And if kids can't cram it chock full of Java games they won't want it either. So the market position really isn't anything like they have with the iPod. Market share is everything. Look at the Palm - say what you will about M$ but PDAs with their mobile OS were superior to Palm in so many ways it's insane, but noooooo, people just had to stay with the Palm, just like they'll stick to their Treo even when iPhone can cook breakfast for them.

    Here's an interesting article in NY Times about some of the potential pitfalls for the iPhone:

    Anyway, I agree, it's a win/win situation for consumers. At worst, iPhone itself will flop, at best, it will be a hit, but either way it will motivate the competition to beef up their technology. They might wanna start with the OS and the interface - Symbian OS looks like crap. Maybe M$ will Vista-fy theirs.

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  • soundwarp
    Jun 24, 01:17 PM
    im curious with anyones experience there.


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  • Pardus
    Oct 31, 02:28 PM
    my delivery date is Nov 2. to Canada

    BTW "Happy Anniversary - I love You"

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  • kainjow
    Mar 20, 03:34 PM
    This is piracy, not allowed here. See forum rules.

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  • alanlheath
    Jun 18, 10:02 PM

    I think I will run by this evening to check if anyone is in the que.... what time are you headed over?

    May 4, 05:43 PM
    The ends don't justify the means torture is wrong period.

    Would you support forcible medical testing on people if that forcible testing might save hundreds of thousands of lives in the future?

    I tend to disagree with the saying of "ends don't justify the means".

    As for your last example, medical testing is a completely different scenario. In the torture case, you are doing it to someone who is part of the terrorist/criminal activity. They are already part of a criminal act, they already broke the law and they are planning in breaking it again to kill/damage more people.

    People with medical conditions haven't done anything wrong.

    Apr 3, 10:38 PM
    Why doesn't Apple bring a TV to the market? I could go for a 72 inch flat screen with the aluminum, thinness,and 1/16th inch thick bezel of the iPad2.

    So why hasn't apple brought a TV to the front that dominates the market? We all know they can..

    Apr 14, 05:03 AM
    Anyone else looking forward to this?

    Sep 27, 05:09 AM
    All I can say is its about freakin' time. Next, how about a dynamic web-based interface for iDisk, so Windoze users don't have to install an application to use it from the desktop, and with the ability to individually password-protect folders?

    Apr 16, 04:08 AM
    Red is screwed, yellow is sucky, green is above replacement... You don't want birth rate to drop below 2.1, Turkey the only country above replacement is 2.14...

    The only meaningful way to save the red countries from depopulation is to eliminate access to birth control and abortions. Places have tried to boost birth rates, it hasn't succeeded.

    And tell do you figure out this 2.1 magic number? What's wrong with 1.9? Does the human race have to be like bateria and proliferate all over the place consuming the earth until the land is barren? That's what you want? You want Europe to be like China and run out of food such that they have to give "child licenses" so that ppl won't starve to death? Oh...I about Afghanistan which is what? Like 7? That's a model country we should take after for sure! :rolleyes:

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