суббота, 21 мая 2011 г.

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  • kazmac
    May 3, 08:43 AM
    just confirmed with Apple...hopefully they'll remove that.

    Anyway, looking forward to the spec bumps for the Mini, the Air and the Pro.

    And really hope that everyone's iMacs will behave and be okay this time around.

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  • briansolomon
    Apr 13, 03:08 PM
    If this happens I will be 100% surprised. I mean- look at the Sony TVs with Google. They're like $600 for a 24" TV. Does anyone own one of those? I just don't see this happening. Like the article says the market is overcrowded and the profit margins are too slim. Not very appealing for any company...

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  • jaigo
    Oct 24, 09:13 AM
    I could care less about playing games on my mbp, so the videocard is MORE than enough for my needs. Playing a FPS on a notebook = :confused:

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  • iBlue
    Jan 31, 11:15 AM

    That must be hilarious to see in action. :D

    On topicly, though not literally my most recent purchase I enjoyed it so much I thought it worthy of posting:

    Two tickets to this (http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/shows/totem/default.aspx):


    At The Royal Albert Hall (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_Albert_Hall) (Grand Tier, box 18, to be specific. OOOoooOOooh :D) You can see a good virtual tour of the RAH here (http://www.royalalberthall.com/virtualtour/index.html). (Spot the royal box, the only one with 4 seats next to each other.)

    The show was nothing short of exquisite! Highly recommended.


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  • philgilder
    Mar 31, 10:28 AM
    it looked way better in the last version of lion.
    that is seriously ugly, although it works on the ipad.

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  • randyharris
    Jul 10, 04:08 PM
    1. Pages 2 does have an auto-correct feature. It's in preferences.

    A major functional snafu is that you can't add auto-correction data from the GUI of Pages, you have to go into the preferences. In Word you are able to right click on your red squiggly word, and you can set a default auto correct right there from the Contextual menu. NeoOffice has the same function. This is sorely lacking from Pages.



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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 12, 10:23 AM
    unrevoked3 + ROM Manager = Cyanogen CM7 in less than 5 minutes with little to no tech skills.

    That's so cool.

    When is the movie unrevoked-3 coming?

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  • acfusion29
    Apr 23, 08:30 PM
    I don't believe this. Why would Apple waste money on a carrier that has just been bought?

    you know.. the US isn't the only country in the world.

    i think Apple wants to offer the iPhone to as many users as possible, and the only way to do that is to offer it on as many networks as possible.

    there are companies all over the world that run on the same bands as t-mobile.


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  • 0815
    Apr 26, 12:51 PM
    Is it even known yet exactly how this will work? The fact that Apple needed to make agreements with all of the labels makes this service look a little suspect to me. For example, would I be allowed to store my music that was ripped from a CD under a different label (one which Apple doesn't have an agreement?)

    THIS is what my biggest worry with the new service is. I bought CDs since the day they were available and I collected many hundreds of them over the years. I legally digitized them all and store them on my harddrive. Those I would like to store in the cloud in addition the to the ones I purchased through iTunes.

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  • RodThePlod
    Jul 25, 01:58 AM
    Zune already features none-touch technology? Huh? Zune doesn't even exist yet (at least from a consumer point of view), so how can you say it already has anything?

    Comparing two products that haven't been released (nor even had their specs officially released) seems quite pointless...

    No - Mazola meant that Zune had none-touch - because he wouldn't touch it!


    www.expodition.com - for iPod users who love to travel


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  • Keleko
    Apr 14, 09:12 PM
    I made my very first print sale today. When I started taking pictures for my 365 project, I never expected it result in selling any pictures, but I guess you can never tell where things will go. Here's the picture that I sold. I took it a couple of weeks ago at the Georgia Tech auto show. The purchaser is a huge fan of Hudson automobiles, and he bought a print to give to the owner. He said he used to develop and print his own black and white film shots some time back, too.

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5026/5588699323_0ba9a53bd7_b.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/22077805@N07/5588699323/in/set-72157626413810546)

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  • Eriden
    Mar 16, 02:05 PM
    First off...Eriden nice meeting you today, sir! Was a fun morning less the disappointment of neither of us getting our desired model.

    Brea had a 105 year old mall cop who yelled at some kids sitting in the middle of the floor. I'm almost positive he called for backup. Haha

    Just ordered mine online. At least have one in the pipeline. And hey...it is getting shipped to Mass so I'll save $20 on sales tax :)

    It was good meeting you too! Hopefully we won't have to wait the whole 4-5 weeks. I'd be back at the crack of dawn tomorrow, but I'm up against deadlines for work projects.

    And that mall cop was hilarious. He probably hasn't felt relevant in 30 years. Getting to glare at mallgoers and check in with his supervisors probably made his day.


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  • The Maestro
    Oct 24, 09:28 AM
    i took the plunge

    MacBook Pro, 15-inch, 2.33GHz
    Part Number: MA610
    2GB 667 DDR2 - 2x1GB SO-DIMMs
    SuperDrive 6x (DVD+R DL/DVD RW/CD-RW)
    MacBook Pro 15-inch Widescreen Display
    Backlit Keyboard (English) & Mac OS (English)
    Country kit
    120GB Serial ATA drive (5400rpm)
    2.33GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
    Ready to ship: 4 days

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  • appleguy123
    Apr 28, 01:09 PM
    Looks like I had the wolf roles backwards. Oh well. I'll be watching to see if my prediction holds up. :D


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  • MacNut
    May 1, 11:19 PM
    What do you expect?! If a very important leader like the president got killed by the Taliban, the Americans would be very angry and would want revenge. Same goes to the Taliban. It will only make situations worse. Let's just hope that it doesn't.They also mocked us saying we would never catch him. Well we caught him and we won't stop.

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  • gh0sted
    Jul 12, 09:34 PM
    One other thing according to the Harris poll, Apple broke the top 10 in brand confidence this year and Microsoft fell out of the top 10. People usually go with a company they trust (for what ever reason).



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  • Mac-Addict
    Oct 24, 08:57 AM
    Video iPod on thanksgiving. I would bet money on it.

    That'll really knock the wind out of Zune.
    I hope so! But if I get a MPB then theres no way I could get a ipod video. Ohwell I would be getting a 2.33ghz core 2 duo 15.4inch macbook pro with 2gb of ram, good grpahics, Dual 6x Double Layer Superdrive, FW800, FW400, Two USBs, 120gb!

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  • MattInOz
    Apr 18, 09:03 PM
    I'm not really sure what the point would be. If you lay a 17 or 20 inch Mac down on your lap, give it a touch screen, and modify the interface so it's more suited to the less precise input of fingers� haven't you just created a bigger iPad? (Not that a bigger iPad wouldn't have it's uses, but it wouldn't be a Mac, and I'd question whether it would warrant yet another 'marketing name'.

    I suppose it's possible, as many presume, that Apple is looking to merge OS X and iOS, but it's never been that convincing of an argument to me. There are some real incompatibilities between the two in my mind. Many OS X apps demand the precision and unrestricted visibility that a keyboard and mouse give you, but once you're using a keyboard and mouse, the display has moved away from your fingers. A vertical display keeps it within reach, but humans just aren't suited to using a vertical touch screen for more than a few minutes, as Steve Jobs has himself remarked.

    If the future were some kind of OS X / iOS hybrid, why did Apple invent iOS in the first place? Why not just go straight for this touchable OS X Nirvana if it exists? I suspect it doesn't exist, and Apple understood that a usable touchscreen interface has a unique set of requirements, benefits and limitations.

    As for what this 'ix.Mac.MarketingName' is, I actually haven't a clue. It's somewhat intriguing though. It's kind of exciting to think that the inventive minds at Apple might be hatching some new kind of device. A little optimistic maybe, but who knows?

    Was thinking more of a desktop touch screen device. Different from the iPad which wants to be picked up and used, but is workable on your lap. This mythical desktop touch device would still need to be light enough that you could lift it up and just change it's orientation at will like an iPad. Yet with a stand so it could be standing upright in portrait or landscape yet moved and sit anywhere down to almost flat on the desk. That way if you want the screen upright you can have, yet small enough that your not putting it to far away and for the odd navigation touch command would not be to bad. Yet lying down you get the full advantage and directness of touch screen.

    This device would be great for Graphics, CAD, 3D modeling, even FCP maybe where the ability to make the workflow even more direct and tactile would be a real advantage.

    I can't see this device happening this year, but I can dream can't I. See the other part that seems to missing is something that has the directness of touch but and doesn't obscure what your doing like a mouse so you get the accuracy, but you can't do this at the expense of the other input means on there respective platforms. Or in other words a stylus but it has to work with fingers as well but not spongy like the current ones you can buy.

    To me the keyboards a red herring, both OSX and iOS can use either real or on screen keyboard. The difference comes down to point device.

    As for why they split off iOS as a branch, well where now five years in and only with Lion is it looking like the two will align. So if they waited till OS X was ready they would have forgone the last 4 years of iOS device revenue plus maybe the next 2-3 years as well before it was really ready for the general purpose touchable OS. Even then it would be doubtful if One Application Framework is diverse enough to cover 4 families of products each with there own tweaks to how you work with them.

    It's funny for all the advantages of computers it's only now we see them becoming as intuitive as pencil and paper some time in the next 5ish years.

    Yep so intrigued to what this new device maybe if it''s anything all. There some really fun possibilities. Just not sure which one is "ready" for this year.

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  • bdkennedy1
    Mar 31, 01:56 PM
    If you want functionality, then go use Windows. Most Mac users are designers and the look of something is just as important as functionality. Steve Jobs may love the look of his day planner, that doesn't mean I have to be stuck with it.

    Personally? I find it humorous that so many people on here refuse to use the app, or have big issues with it, all because of the faux leather look to the top bar, or other attempts to make the app look like its physical counterpart. If the app has the FUNCTIONALITY you need, that's what makes it good! I've come to expect that Apple will regularly revise the LOOK of these applications. Even if they had a look that 99.9% of users agreed was "perfect"? They'd revise it with the next major release of the app or OS, simply because they know people don't feel like they really "got enough for their money" if it doesn't look different at a quick glance....

    The way it defaults to entering new appointments with that "unnamed appointment" heading drives me nuts too. Accidental taps on the iPhone or iPad can lead to those things being added to your schedule, and if you don't notice it until later? You're left wondering if it's supposed be a real appointment for something, or if it was just a screw-up. They should make it so if you don't actually fill something in, it cancels adding it.

    Another feature I'd like to see? It needs a way to easily open up a list of your contacts from the Address Book inside a pane in iCal itself, and drag one over to the calendar to add an appointment with their address inserted as the "location", and name plus maybe phone number(s) in the title. Like many people, I use iCal to track appointments I have with clients, so this info usually needs to go into them.

    I saw where someone wrote a fancy Applescript to accomplish this, but IMHO, that's still a "hack" for functionality Apple could/should include!

    Apr 29, 06:04 PM
    Just an FYI though, it won't sync over DRM content. That stuff is locked to iTunes and any iPod associated with the account.

    Itunes doesn't care about your ipod/iphone. You can transfer a itunes DRM song to any ipod in the world and it will play fine. However, if you copied that same song to someone elses PC and tried to play it, it would ask for the itunes password. If you didn't have it, you couldn't play it, on the PC. Take your ipod and copy it over...plays perfectly. It's weird but true.

    Apr 12, 02:54 AM
    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5174/5593415387_840c89cc11_b.jpgFlickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/jeevesofrkdia/5593415387)

    Today's shot is a castle made out of stuff a friend of mine found on the beach.

    Apr 13, 03:56 PM
    Stop being a fool.

    The Mac Mini has HDMI out. Why on Earth would Apple not include HDMI on a television? Also, my Harmony remote has no problem mimicking the AppleTV remote. that and apple TV are the only ones. Not the PCs

    Apr 4, 06:23 AM

    This is fantastic - you've captured a mysterious feeling here.

    Took my camera out yesterday for the first time in about four months: a bit like getting back in a car when you haven't driven for a while, to find you're thinking about something you used to do automatically...


    Looks like you've still got it ... welcome back!


    Great nature shot here - exciting!

    this is where boris and the clan are plotting how we can all pay for the olympics with parking tickets :rolleyes:

    aka the "giant testicle" (the building, not Boris).

    I am so jealous. Love some of the places people in the UK shoot at.

    Man, some of the people here are jealous of the, uh, "scenery" that you get to shoot.

    I know it is rather (ok, very) cliche to post a duck shot ;)

    No, it is an honourable tradition here ...


    Mac Fly (film)
    Aug 15, 09:04 PM
    ("Preview" preview)

    Am I the only one that thinks this is potentially the new UI?
    I hope so, because they could easily make a nice "preview" like the dark floating controls in iPhoto.
    Someone suggested that earlier, and I though it was a good idea, and then I remembered I had the same idea the other day. Great minds think alike, so this must happen.

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