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  • iowamensan
    Mar 19, 08:04 PM
    I miss the days when I could order an 8 pack of eMacs for our school for $4995. That comes out to less than $625 each. Now the cheapest computer I can get from Apple is $899 for the 20" iMac, (maybe $825 if I buy 25 or so and sweet talk my account rep). That's like a $5000-7000 difference for a lab of 25. Not small peanuts by any means when it comes to school budgets.

    This $20 discount is a kick in the nuts from Apple. They'll still charge us 29 bucks for each stupid dongle and make that right back. (cue Clark Griswold rant)





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  • derivativemusic
    May 2, 02:43 PM
    I don't care about the white iPhone, but I want to point out that digital calipers' displays have much finer resolution than a human's ability to position the calipers. That picture shows nothing, and I'm surprised Consumer Reports wouldn't know that; anyone who's used digital calipers does.





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  • Rodimus Prime
    May 5, 07:50 PM
    The "Apple Tax" is largely just in the mind. PC Magazine, and several tech blogs, have had comparisons and found that a Mac is cheaper than machines from some Windows machines (I think Sony and Dell were more expensive but I could be wrong). Out of five tested, the Mac was in the middle.

    I did the math, and gave it up after I had consistently lousy experiences with every version of Windows I used, with hardware from a variety of well known manufacturers.

    I will happily spend the imaginary premium if it provides with a stable operating system.


    if maybe if you go spec for spec but often times you end up having to pay for a bunch of crap you do not need or want to get what you want from Apple.

    Take this. I needed/wanted a 15in Laptop higher res screen and i7 processor. I bought it for around $1500. Same laptop from Apple over 2 grand. I was willing to give up the alumium body and battery life because they were not as high on my list.

    Or try this one. Someone wants a 17 (hell even 15 in) screen but only really need a core duo or a i3 processor. If they went Apple they have to pay a huge tax to pay for all the extra crap they do not want/need just to get that 15 or 17 in screen they want/need.
    Apple Tax is in the form of having to buy a bunch of extra crap you do not need/want to get the few items that you do need/want.





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  • Kahnyl
    Apr 15, 05:02 PM
    Ugh. lol. Sorry.

    Apple has sent out an email alerting all Mac OS X developers about the release

    I never get these!



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  • ZipZap
    Apr 16, 03:58 PM
    Wait....there are rules...but then apple can bend them as they see fit?

    The rules should apply to all or to none.

    Just another reason I really hate apple and cant wait for jobs to leave.





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  • iGary
    Sep 13, 08:52 AM
    I've had general anesthisia about 11 times now (long story ...).

    The gas is fine i remember once the anesthitist asked me to count to 10 whilst he put the mask over my nose and mouth. ( i reached 3 or so :D)

    The IV isn't much worse (and i'm not a huge fan of needles!).

    You do feel pretty groggy afterward when you come to, well i least i did, and its definately worth getting someone along to help take you home. They could just be there to pick you up and make sure you get into bed ok when you get home. You'll prob be asleep for a good 10 hours after that.

    On the whole the administration of the anesthetic is not unpleasant.

    Best of luck with your surgery iGary

    Unless they keep me overnight, I'm having the midshipman I sponsor from the Naval Academy pick me up and get me settled at home. I'm sure I'll be just fine - I'm just a worrier. :rolleyes:



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  • SevenInchScrew
    Jun 25, 09:18 AM
    wow this makes my $499.99 40GB HDD PS3 look like ________ :o
    A mistake? Unless I'm mistaken, when the 40GB PS3 was released, it was $399, and the 80GB version was $499. At least, those were the normal prices when I bought my 40GB.





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  • GFLPraxis
    Apr 22, 05:31 PM
    San Pellegrino Limonata rocks.


    This.

    But being Italian, I may be somewhat biased.



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  • bbydon
    Feb 18, 10:54 AM
    Everyone is dressed up but Steve....awesome.

    He did wear a tux to the oscars at least.





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  • neurobound
    Feb 27, 10:02 AM
    In-app purchase can be disabled using parental control. This is stupid. I expect my tax to be used by my government to tackle bigger problems, oh maybe like jobs and the economy, not to appease some idiot "parents."


    That's probably where you and most people misunderstand the role of government. Through the consent of many people, the government is responsible for the current state of our economy, thanks to the high taxation, regulation (more often favoring a large corporation rather than smaller business) and social programs promising far more than they ever could ever practically provide.

    Just ask yourself, with our government spending record amounts of tax dollars. Handing out more unemployment and welfare dollars than ever - more more than any government in the world, by far - shouldn't we be more prosperous than ever?

    These booms and bust's don't just... happen. Give up the faith in this idea that government MICROMANAGEMENT is going to save us. The burden of this economy could swiftly be lifted off our shoulders if people would recognize the necessity to strip funding to all unconstitutional programs. We could be prosperous again if we the people would collectively recognize that to fix these problems, small steps can't be taken, but immediate... radical legislative progress that guts the current budget and corporate favoritism and military empire.

    Regulation isn't inherently a bad thing - it can be a law we all agree on, however if we look more closely at regulation we usually get, it's often a law that's built to favor a particular party, quite often the larger corporation. Shouldn't the law be equal to all? It is for this reason many of us are against so many regulations, they hurt small businesses, and ultimately the average person.

    This isn't about government vs rich as so many people seem to get stuck on. Some of the rich that so many people hate, virtually OWN the government. So why continue to fund their efforts as we have for way too long now?

    The constitution for the united states, if we can't agree on that single document, the law of the land that define's the limits of our government's authority...then what hope do we have to agree on anything?



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  • Potential4Evil
    Apr 27, 10:27 PM
    To me, your user name perfectly sums up the risk of messing with your Dock. There are all kinds of threads on this forum from (usually novice) users who run into big headaches from doing what you propose to do. If you were an expert user, you wouldn't be asking this, you'd know what to do and what not to do.

    and that is a very egotistical jackass response. Now if you didnt have an answer why did you reply? I simply wanted to know if it was possible.





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  • ddtlm
    Sep 14, 12:14 AM
    The Pentium5 is to the Pentium4 what the Pentium3 was to the Pentium2. It is not a new core. It sports a few new bells and whistles, twice the L2, the potential for a faster FSB, but it is still essentially the same chip as before.

    This is not to say that the G4 will be able to keep up, or anything. :)

    2 to 3 weeks till the dual 1.25's ship, and I'm still really temped to get one.



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  • pbh444
    Mar 27, 09:01 PM
    I scored two 32GB iPad1s from Verizon on Friday in South Portland Maine.

    I kept check the online site all day in case the local Verizon store was out, but the Verizon online prices were still at the pre-sale price. ($529, $629, $729).

    I just noticed now (Sunday, 9 PM EDT) that the Verizon online iPad LANDING page states that the iPad1-Mifi combos begin at $429 ($100 less than Friday). However, when you click on "Build" package, you are taken to the page with the OLD (pre-sale) prices.

    Maybe they are waiting until Monday AM to fix the "build" page, but you can RIGHT now short circuit it and jump right to the individual combo package pages.

    16GB-mifi $429
    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/store/controller?item=packageItem&action=viewPackageDetail&packageId=165

    32GB-mifi $529
    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/store/controller?item=packageItem&action=viewPackageDetail&packageId=166

    16GB-mifi $629
    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/store/controller?item=packageItem&action=viewPackageDetail&packageId=167

    The Wifi only versions will probably NOT be offered online.

    It is also my assumption is that these prices will NOT be available in the stores, because when I scored my two 32GB wifi only, the clerk told me that there was not a SINGLE mifi to be had in the state of Maine.





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  • rmhop81
    Mar 23, 02:06 PM
    Sounds a bit redundent given my Samsung TV, Sony Bluray, Humax PVR, XBox 360, Windows PC and my macs (with Twonky installed) already all play nicely together without needing a new standard.

    and look at how many devices you have to do that lol



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  • Trekkie
    Sep 20, 07:35 AM
    everyone WILL have to install both updates, you can not update the SMC until you update the EFI, the SMC wont even show up in Software Update until the EFI is done

    also, i did the SMC update, and the fans are so freaking loud, i mean LOUD

    after installing the EFI update and running software update it said no updates.

    So I downloaded it directly and tried to update it. It told me I didn't need it.





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  • xIGmanIx
    Apr 5, 10:24 AM
    All this post does is make him sound like you can barely handle the iPad. if that is the case, don't get a Xoom, way to advanced for you, you know things like widgets and usb
    I have used a Moto Xoom. Honeycomb requires you learn a new user interface. Instead of a nice seamless experience where you can get right in to using apps, you have to learn about the literally 3 or 4 different ways to trigger, dismiss, and access apps. If they're utilities, they're accessed one way. If they're apps, you've got an app menu and a desktop-style metaphor to try-- either works. It's confusing as hell. I mean, you can LEARN anything, but why would you want to.

    Bottom line-- a Xoom is $800, it's far less functional, and it's far more confusing to use.



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  • applefanDrew
    Apr 19, 04:37 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I don't think anyone doubts the machine can do the expose effect (the iPad 1 does it in Safari just fine).

    There are plenty of reasons it might have been turned down for their final switcher implementation. One, the final iOS allows a variable number of programs to remain open depending on their memory requirements. The expose implementation implies that 9 can be open. That's inconsistent UI. Two, as others have mentioned, you can't always tell the difference between apps at a glance from little screenshots. So they went with icons in the end.

    The current implementation is also inconsistent in the UI department, in that the same action and will result in two different actions.

    In some cases, a hold > jiggle > close will result in an app shutting down, and other times the same action set (hold > jiggle > close) will result in an app being deleted.

    Go Away troll!

    The current system is an embarrassment, relative to others (e.g. WebOS). Several things wrong with it, for example it does not indicate the extent that a background app is in use. In OS X, open apps are denoted with a white orb (or a triangle before 10.5), but is the same done here? No. Also, apps should be prioritized according to usage, for example if you have a GPS app running in the background drawing power, it should come up first in the system tray (and have a special look) to show it is a running process and needs to be shut down when not in use. The current system of showing apps as the same, no matter if they are in a sleep state or in a active state, and letting the user guess which is which is a failure.

    Seriously, go look at WebOS and then come back and tell me the iOS presentation is anything other that a generation or more behind the state-of-the-art.

    They're getting rid of the light in lion. They don't want the average user worrying about "open" or "closed" apps. Just use and exit when done. The system will worry with open and closed. I like it that way.

    Auto save, resume, saving state is the future of multitasking for all Apple products.





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  • Spanky Deluxe
    Oct 26, 12:22 PM
    They've just got the leopard disk cover on the front. I would post photos but I lack teh bluetooth on the iBook. :)





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  • cyper2002
    Apr 12, 04:37 PM
    I'll take Verizon's slower speeds and larger 3g coverage area any day. AT&T has such a small 3G footprint and Edge speeds are unbearable and unusable in many rural areas. The superior 3G technology is meaningless if you can't get coverage. CDMA coverage is far more prevalent and reliable in the US and that's important to many people, especially those who travel.





    r0k
    Apr 29, 05:27 AM
    Could you provide a little more detail of your situation? Which program(s) create corrupted PDF files? Is it only Firefox? Which version of OS X are you running? SL? 10.6.7? When was the most recent time you were able to create a PDF that was not corrupt? Yesterday? Weeks ago?

    I just created a PDF from FF 4.0 on 10.6.7 and it worked just fine. I went to about firefox so I could figure out what version of FF I had and it downloaded and installed an update (4.0.1). I'll "print" again just to test...

    You mention Acrobat. That really is not needed on OS X. I used it briefly when a certain prof was sending out indecipherable PDF files but I never allowed it to become any kind of default and I haven't run it in close to a year. BTW, printing to PDF worked for me again on 4.0.1. You should be able to use Preview and Quick View on any PDF you have created on your machine.





    MacRumors
    Feb 18, 10:09 AM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/02/18/photo-of-steve-jobs-at-tech-dinner-with-barack-obama/)

    The past few days have been filled with tabloid speculation (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/02/16/steve-jobs-spotted-at-stanford-cancer-center/) about Steve Jobs' health, with reports pegging him as having visited Stanford Cancer Center in recent weeks, presumably to receive treatment. The tabloid speculation was somewhat countered by word that Jobs would join other Silicon Valley tech executives for a dinner (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/02/16/steve-jobs-to-meet-with-obama-on-thursday/) with President Barack Obama to discuss technology and innovation in the U.S. economy.


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    Rodimus Prime
    Jun 14, 06:56 PM
    about time they put in built in wifi on it.





    DeaconGraves
    Mar 15, 11:50 AM
    Was at Knox Street at opening and they said that there would be no iPads for sale today.

    Also went by the AT&T Store on Oak Lawn yesterday. They said they weren't expecting iPads for another few weeks.





    Queso
    Dec 18, 11:08 AM
    There's no "overreaction" in the news, just publicity. Do you honestly think a major record company is going to miss such an opportunity for free advertising?

    I like the song BTW. Reminds me of my younger days :)



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