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  • Gasu E.
    Apr 27, 08:02 PM
    As someone who has to track down things like this constantly, I'm pretty unimpressed at the (lack of) speed of their code checking. This was not an obscure bug or complicated. It was just a too-large buffer definition and an execution path that always downloaded info.

    And people think Apple can check binary app store submissions for bugs or trojans in just a few minutes, when they can't even find their own bugs in a few days with commented source code.
    Again unimpressed. There've been accurate explanations posted here before Apple spoke up, that took just minutes to compose.
    Although I've defended Apple over and over again on this topic, this just smacks of hoping it would blow over.
    The right thing to do would've been to immediately say a week ago, "we're looking into it".

    You sound as though you are in CS, escalation engineering or SQE; am I correct?

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  • Squonk
    Oct 31, 01:00 PM
    This post answers my question. So it would be reasonable that one year from now a 3G shuffle could be 2 gigglebytes (reduces confusion :) )


    So, 3G = 2GB? OK, Got it!

    The only reason I could see for having the Shuffle larger then 1GB would be for people like me who have higher bit rates and still want a fair number of songs on it. I sample at MP3 320Kb with VBR on high. With my 60GB (no, friends, that is not the 60th generation iPod, but rather 60 gigabytes), I have lots of room for my large files. :cool:

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  • benjayman2
    Apr 16, 12:09 PM
    here ya go. :)

    Thank you so much

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  • blahblah100
    Apr 6, 12:35 PM
    That's only 1,258,291.2 gigabytes ... If each customer gets, say, 500 megabytes allocated, that's enough for 2,516,582 customers.

    To be safe more like enough for 2.5 million customers @ 500 megabytes (which isn't very high, I would hope for more like 5000 megabytes/5 gigabytes, but then that's only enough for like 251,658 customers).

    Point is, they better have another 10+ Pb along the way ...

    Have you ever heard of deduplication?


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  • spinnerlys
    Nov 16, 01:28 PM
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  • nagromme
    Mar 31, 11:33 AM
    It's cool, but totally pointless other than being used as a tech demo.

    I fully expect that the control will not be fine enough on the layers / brushes, etc to be acceptable for commercial or even personal use. It's hard enough to select and erase layer parts when using a WACOM tablet on a PC or Mac... Now we do the same thing with fingerpaint precision....

    There are already quite a few VERY good paint/editing apps on iOS that support layers. And quite a few people doing amazing, precise freehand work. Zoom helps! And touching your work directly removes a creative barrier. Compared to looking one place and moving your hand someplace else (Wacom or mouse; although people adapt well to those too).

    Desktops/laptops won’t go away, but the iPad is ALREADY being used for serious production, and that will only grow as multitasking (the new gestures) and file management/sharing (wireless and painless?) catch up. iOS is still young!

    The way I look at the iPad for serious creative work is that current apps typically offer 1/4 of the full power of a desktop app... and most of us only use 1/20 of that power anyway! So find the app that has the tools you need... or find several apps! And what makes up for that limited power? Much greater ease and convenience. You’ll still use your desktop Photoshop (etc.) as well, but an iPad in the production mix can be a great tool. (And an iPad plus a ton of great creative apps costs less than many single desktop programs!)

    My tiny-screen iPhone already had a role in my creative production work. That will only grow (literally) with a bigger screen!

    I’d love to see more offerings from Adobe. (I actually really like Adobe Ideas on iPhone. It’s a vector program of sorts with a paint program UI. Images zoom sharply to any size when exported as PDF.)


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  • eji
    Sep 27, 02:34 AM
    they deleted a lot of my messages with an overly aggressive server-side spam filter.

    Overly aggressive? I'm currently forwarding all my .Mac mail through Gmail because I got sick of so much junk mail -- 20 messages per day, usually more -- getting through from .Mac to my inbox. I actually thought they didn't have any spam filters at all.

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  • bozzykid
    Oct 9, 04:20 PM
    How in the heck do you show conversations?


    You click the "In reply to ..." button on a tweet.

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  • vincenz
    Apr 16, 06:48 PM
    Sounds like you got an older revision of the case. Apparently, the newer ones from Speck themselves are a little softer and easier to handle.

    Nothing you can do about the one you have to make it softer. You can always try contacting Speck for a replacement. I hear they're pretty generous with replacements.


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  • iBug2
    Nov 12, 05:41 PM
    And when FCS4 comes out it will be a year ahead of CS5. What's your point?

    Please... without pro apps there is no reason for businesses to have pricey Mac setups. There is no need to have a mac if you're just using Microsoft Office and Email

    We've been using Mac Pros as servers for years now... it has more function than the Xserve but is just not rack mountable. No big deal. And who used Shake that its loss makes an impact? Apple could cut Motion and I don't think many would care.
    Shake was pretty much the standard compositing tool for big budget movies when Apple discontinued it. So, a lot of people were using it, funnily, a lot of people still using it, despite being discontinued, it's still a solid product.

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  • ucfgrad93
    Aug 3, 03:39 PM
    On my MBP.


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  • Dbrown
    Apr 22, 10:53 PM
    Because of hardware limitations. I have an old HP laptop running Windows 7, doesn't mean it can run Crysis.

    Well what do you expect? You cant reliably expect old hardware to run new software.

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  • vicious7
    Aug 19, 12:44 PM
    Does it still work? The old one, I mean :)


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  • jrko
    Apr 17, 04:51 AM
    its up and running!!!

    4.8 Terabytes over 5 Hd's, 2Gb of Ram, Dual 867Mhz G4 processors and I'm a happy man!

    Just need the graphics card to arrive and I'm pretty much done hardware wise. Then its just setting the machine up.

    Thanks for you help so far guys'n'gals.

    BTW no pictures as yet. Being a noob to tower based systems I didn't order long enough data cables so the inside is real messy. I think I'll just go for 1 meter length cables and cable tie them in place nice and neat. That will aid airflow as well.

    One thing just quickly. As Nap is now working, is the connector that the main system fan normally plugs into throttled? Its just that at the moment I've got the fan plugged into a 12v supply and its running max rpm all the time. I would like to get it temperature controlled to keep the noise down even more.

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  • applemike
    Jan 29, 03:42 PM
    I would like to untethered jail break my iPod 4g, I've read somewhere that it can be done if your on v4.2.1 using 4.3B2 as the kennel if you have the shsh blobs.

    Are you using a PC or a Mac?


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  • Philalbe
    Mar 20, 07:09 AM

    Just to give a quick backstory; I spent years going back to school for design and at last I've finally acquired my degree. I now have a budding freelance business with a handful of small clients, all of whom are relatively civil, good natured and appreciative of my work.

    Recently a long distance client I really get along with referred me to someone. He hired me to do a logo for his marketing startup. He was pleased with the end result and asked me to take on a second project, designing a mockup for a website that he could then turn over to a developer. He set a time limit of 3 hours, because that's all he could afford. Everything was going fine till about 2 hours in. He liked the direction I was going in, so while I was waiting to hear back I did some small revisions (off the clock), just to satisfy my own design sensibilities. I sent them to him to see what he thought. He suddenly calls me saturday afternoon and from the get go, seems to have an attitude. He wants to go over all the revisions I sent him. So I scramble for my macbook. As I'm going through my folders in search of the files he starts getting flustered and belittling. I offer to call him back in an hour after I've gathered everything and before one of us says something we'll regret, but he wants to stay on the phone and takes an even more offensive tone. I'm a laid back guy, but I had enough and firmly reminded him that I was trying to design a site for him within a 3 hour limit and had been good enough to not bill him for all the phone time he insisted on and had even stopped the clock a couple of times. He then startled to backpedal and complimented me on my work and how fair my pricing was ($25.00 an hour). The conversation went on for about another half hour as in the aftermath we awkwardly discussed the project. I think I did a pretty good job of remaining diplomatic. I've now just about completed the project and now he's talking about having me design a business card:rolleyes: The whole thing has left a bad taste in my mouth. I know there can always be an element of stress with any type of work is, but that was a bit much.

    Sorry for the rant, but I felt like I needed to vent to fellow designers. Anyone else have any horror stories?:)

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  • MattG
    Jan 4, 08:20 AM
    Welp... Got Notes 7.02 today.

    Visually, it looks "fatter". The fonts are more substantial. Almost bold in look. It also looks more "modern" if you will.. or more "mac-like".
    The installer actually uses the default OS X installer. That's nice.
    The whole BS "Lotus Notes" directory with all it's turds is replaced by a nice applicaiton bundle. That's nice.
    They added Safari as an option for URL handlers. That's nice.
    It upgraded 6.5.x just fine, though I had moved my data directory to my home directory a while back, not sure (yet) how the upgrade will go if one's data directory still exists in the app's hierarchy.
    It IS a Universal Binary! WooHoo!! That's REALLY nice!

    It's still a carbon app. That's NOT nice. You'll notice the old MacOS watch icon. A sure sign of a carbonized app.
    It still uses BinHex 4.0 as the default Mac attachment encoder. That's NOT nice.

    I don't know how it handles emails with embeded java or HTML (I'm sure other users have experienced Notes crashes when reading some emails with HTML in them). Wait and see on that one.
    It seems to be a bit faster, despite being a carbon app still. Wait and see on that one.

    Well good to hear there are some improvements. Will have to see about downloading this today.

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  • Prints
    Nov 20, 01:46 PM
    I want a device the size of an ipod that I can check my mail on, chat, and do some web-surfing for info, all without the ridiculous GUI deformities of windows mobile and treo, etc. and simple, easy to use hardware to back it up. I want to take it out of my pocket, see what I want, then put it away. Seamless integration with my macs as well.

    Maybe I'm in a nitch, but I don't see how this could lose. Make it simple, powerful, and seamless and people will ditch the baffling ordeal of their ipaq-esque phones in a heatbeat.

    I'm in the same boat. There are enough of us to sell a ton of those phones. Bring it on !

    Apr 4, 11:14 AM
    Hmm, yeah that sounds correct, never realized that hard drives used so little power (Now that I know I am putting 2 40 gigs I have in mine!). But like I said, if the power supply is slowly failing, the cards or hard drives could be throwing it over the top, especially with the ticking noise present, indicating something could be failing in the supply.

    I've had similar situations with regular PCs, upgraded a few things and would lock solid at the POST screen or BSOD in Windblows, only to find out the supply was failing and wasn't supplying enough voltage to the added components.

    Sep 10, 05:45 AM
    Are TV shows and movies already available in HD? I looked but could not find a search engine that isolates HD programming.

    Perhaps they have not started making TV shows and HD movies avialable. If not, any idea when? Thanks.

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    Lord Blackadder
    Jan 10, 04:04 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.

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