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  • yetanotherdave
    Jul 11, 04:36 AM
    Well, that was a complete shambles, was anyone else here there? I was the guy 10th in line who left empty handed, they sold out of 16gb's.

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  • chibianh
    Apr 24, 10:51 PM
    again, dang PS3 folders!! lol. The office I run has most of the computers folding now.. i think i've reached my limit until we decide to expand and get more computers :P

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  • gopens
    May 3, 11:49 PM
    I was just offered a Early 2008 Macbook Pro 15" for 575.00. Everything works great. Looks like its the 2.4 entry level model. Good price or not? Thanks

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  • Darth.Titan
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  • yoppie
    Oct 9, 06:17 PM
    Just purchased it from the app store. :)

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    Apr 29, 05:14 PM
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  • laurim
    Dec 24, 10:59 PM
    My sister gave me a zebra print toiletry bag (I travel a lot and asked for one) and the person who drew my name (my sister-in-law) gave me a big bottle of Asti champagne and two little bottles of Apple Brandy. In my family, people over 18 draw names and give a gift worth about $20 that starts with that year's letter. This year was "A". To make up for the lack of gifts, I bought myself a Kinect, Dance Central and a new mattress set :)

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  • benjayman2
    Apr 6, 01:16 AM
    Photos rotate every 5 minutes, but this is what was up when I took a screen shot. Looks intimidating on the 27" iMac compared to my 17" MBP.


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  • mulo
    Apr 20, 01:55 PM
    hmmmmmm good question, i'm going to try!

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  • THX1139
    Mar 21, 02:02 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:


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  • iBug2
    Nov 12, 05:39 PM
    For feature films? I call BS! Maybe for independent "features" and even that is debatable.

    Just one example but Transformers 2 was cut on FCP, and that's a 250mil movie, hardly an independent one :)

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  • Xpress
    Sep 26, 09:32 PM
    Once Yahoo started their AJAXy mail service (FireFox only for Macs of course) I thought Apple would have to upgrade their service. I'm hoping their new partnership with Google will bring interoperability between .Mac and Google features like Mail, Pages, Calendar, and more. :rolleyes:

    But how about this for perspective: it only costs about $55 to join AND renew the .Mac service. Happily, Apple lets us use the serial numbers that come in any .Mac retail box, like the ones we buy at places we find at et. al. I've joined and renewed at this price. We can even use these numbers to join at the end of a .Mac Trial. Makes .Mac seem twice worthwhile, donnit? ;)


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  • Macaddicttt
    Sep 24, 08:26 PM

    But there are many many reasons they would have a problem with that. The most predominant reason would probably be... Dare I say it... Religion.

    Religion doesn't even have to be a factor. Perhaps parents see the ideal of only having sex with one person in your entire life, of keeping sex as a complete giving of yourself reserved for the one man or woman you want to spend the rest of your life with. Perhaps parents see that hormones are not the best thing to follow and that relieving physical desires might have more emotional or psychological effects than a teenager would realize. Parents have the advantage of not being influenced by the hormones that teenagers have and can think rationally about the situation. Just because you're 18 doesn't mean that you know what's best for yourself and perhaps your parents can impart on you their experience.

    I mean, if a person is an adult at 18, at the age of 18, you have absolutely no experience at being an adult. Being 18 doesn't mean you have 18 years of experience under your belt. Being 18 means you are learning to be able to make your own decisions now and should ask the advice of those who are older than you and had the chance to live more.

    Haven't you guys seen those movies where at the end the old ladies' man says how he never was happy and wish he'd settled down with a woman he loved? :p :D

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  • Doctor Q
    Aug 23, 02:03 AM
    I just noticed that your avatar is 46,648 bytes, over the limit of 40,000 for the contest. :(


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  • makefunnyfaces
    Apr 5, 05:20 PM
    I currently drive a 2006 Grand Prix.

    Next car I hope to buy (hopefully before the end of the year):
    2011 Camaro SS/2SS/RS IOM with Orange interior, black stripe, GM black rims.

    Good choice. You won't regret it!

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  • SuperCachetes
    Apr 16, 07:21 AM

    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.

    I'm pretty sure I said "bolster the population," not "raise the birth rate." Making babies is only one way to increase the number of people in a certain area.


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  • qtx43
    Apr 27, 01:03 PM
    FACT: Apple doesn't access the database cache, emails, passwords, photos on your phone either.
    ...I agree, but it's always good to keep corporations honest. Google, on the other hand, does try and get you to use their webmail precisely so that they can access it.

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  • bravedeer
    Nov 20, 01:59 PM
    I think the consensus is that Apple abandoned the idea of building a phone completely from the ground up, which was their original idea. The question is *what* exactly they abandoned. At some level it makes sense for them to use Symbian or some other existing OS in order to get the benefit of 3rd party app availability.

    Then again, that rather un-Apple like, since I would think Apple would want to have total control over the interface. Maybe Apple *will* come up with a real-time "OS X Lite" operating system, and the 3rd party apps will have to be Java apps, basically. If Apple makes sure that Java performs well on the iPhone then that would be their best strategy...

    I think that rumor that Apple abandoned the idea of building a phone completely from the ground up is really old and probably not true. They've had a long time to work on this now...

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  • Carniphage
    Nov 30, 04:51 AM
    As far as putting limitations on digital content, that's their right. It is _their_ content. If they make the wrong decision, they'll come around when someone smarter makes the right one.

    I think this is just the point. Thay have made the wrong decisions. Again and again. We now have a situation where all of the DRM incentives so far actually stimulate piracy. Because circumventing the rights management results in a better consumer experience.

    Here's an example.

    I own hundreds of DVDs - I was a classic early adopter. I like to get movies early. I live in the UK and the movie studios like to release movies later in Europe. So I own a large collection of Region 1 DVDs. I also rent a lot of DVDs perhaps 3 or 4 per week. These are all Region 2.

    But the DVD drives in Apple computers are all region-locked. Five changes and that is it. So you have to pick. Rented disks or dvd collection.

    So thanks to a studio-imposed attempt to control the market. They are undermining my legitimate enjoyment of my own movie collection. I do not feel grateful to them for this. It might be their right - but it is morally wrong.

    As a customer I resent their interference. I regret paying for so many disks because my experience has been soured. If you are a loyal customer, your loyalty should be rewarded and not punished.

    The way to beat piracy is to identify loyal paying customers, and guarantee them a better, more convenient, more rewarding experience. Send them newsletters. Give paying customers free iPod versions. Give them behind the scenes extras. Shiny boxes, free competitions. Reward them for paying.

    But instead they are so terrified of piracy, that publishers are willing to ruin the experience of paying customers in the impossible hope that it will slow down the access of non-paying customers.

    Consumers punish this sort of behavior. And they have a right to do that - even if its only a moral right and not a legal right.

    Mar 21, 03:50 AM
    :eek: you've got to be joking right now. it's not supposed to be cushy, it's supposed to be horrible, and it's supposed to last until the day they die if they don't get the death penalty. before we were talking about life in prison without parole versus the death penalty, and now you're saying that someone who is currently death penalty worthy in the states should be put in prison for 16 years and thats sufficient? Let's be clear because i don't want to accuse you of implying something you're not. Is this or is this not what you are saying?

    I am saying that the present UK tariff of 16 years minimum provides adequate protection for the public, and is not an attractive alternative to liberty.

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    Sep 27, 01:49 AM is indispensable for, personally.. With most software phoning for updates though, it's a bit overkill for VTP, so you're right on that one.

    The "member" "freebies" on .Mac are the toaster over give away of the intarweb land. Lame x 3

    .Mac used to (still does?) have a pretty nice discount on VersionTracker Pro/MacFixIt Pro. I sprung for it one year; didn't use the extras nearly enough to justify it, and even the paid version of MacFixIt is way too ponderous and difficult to search to have much worth. I do use VersionTracker Plus' features pretty heavily, so I would have paid for it anyway.

    But .Mac did offer up a few nice discounts on shareware over the years that I put to good use. (And no, Virex doesn't count!) Nothing that would make you pay full price for the service, but enough to ease the pain noticeably.

    manu chao
    Apr 4, 05:42 PM
    Until the FT reverses route, the ONLY rational response is to either not buy the FT at all (there are competitors out there) or buy it at a news stand.
    Where has been the outcry during the last 50 years during newspapers have used this for their subscribers?
    So, the moment somebody offers a newspaper subscription that asks the user via a non-modal interface whether to share its data, you decide which newspaper you prefer on this basis. And if somebody had offered a newspaper which by default does not use your data (ie, requires you to check a box instead of unchecking) in the past you would have immediately switched to that newspaper?
    Except that you naturally didn't do any of that (despite also naturally there being newspapers which by default do not use your data, eg, currently the The Economist).
    All this grandstanding, just at the opportunity to use some strong words.

    Apr 13, 09:49 AM
    I'm still on my 3G, I don't know how long it's going to last.

    Same here. Would have upgraded but had to move half way across the world for a year. I was looking forward to getting back in August to have missed the initial rush for this damn thing. :mad:

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