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  • Woodcrest64
    Apr 6, 10:46 AM
    I like both Windows 7 and OSX 10.6.7 right now.

    What I don't like about Windows 7 is the registry.

    and what I don't like about OSX is the UI is starting to look old and that there is no native AVCHD support.

    I don't think MS is going to get rid of the registry in Windows 8 but I can hope that they do. I also don't think Apple will make a major UI change with their OS until OS 11 but I have been wrong before.

    Apple could very well be holding out until its final preview to show off some radical new UI changes.

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  • Kissaragi
    Mar 16, 08:54 AM
    Interesting points here...

    Apple also purposely leaves out things in their devices (iPad, iPhone) so that they can make tons of money off it, release a new device with all the features they left out and make a ton of money off that too...

    Only people with tinfoil hats on believe that.

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  • arn
    Sep 25, 11:15 AM
    So... what are we supposed to run this monstrosity on? The G5 QUADS had a hard enough time running the first one. I can't imagine running this on an iMac or worse... a mac mini.


    According to the new features list for Aperture 1.5

    "Run Aperture on any Intel-based Mac. Any desktop, including Mac mini, iMac, and Mac Pro. Or any notebook, including MacBook and MacBook Pro.

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 29, 04:51 PM
    major kernel version

    1,2: 1.0 and 2.0
    3: 3.0, WfW3.11, NT 3.51
    4: 95, 98, NT4
    5: 2000, XP
    6: Vista
    7: Windows 7 (but really 6.1):confused:

    So the answer is, "marketing"

    You're mixing up your kernels. NT 4.0 doesn't share a kernel with 95/98, NT 3.51 doesn't share a kernel with Windows 3.x...

    Windows 7 is Windows 7 because it's the 7th release of Windows NT.

    1- Windows NT 3.1
    2- Windows NT 3.5
    3- Windows NT 4.0
    4- Windows 2000
    5- Windows XP
    6- Windows Vista
    7- Windows 7

    That's the only way it makes sense.

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  • ipodtoucher
    Apr 9, 09:05 PM
    Paid a trip to IKEA today and came out with some great stuff all for $210!


    need to go back for the bulb...

    ready to hang

    Then on sale for $10 at Target :)

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  • Multimedia
    Oct 4, 04:18 PM
    The inquirer is definitely wrong about this! OS X is a great OS with many features but it needs a lot of work with SMP compared to 64 bit windows and Linux.

    In fact, OS X is behind on being a full 64 bit OS as well.

    Besides, I wouldn't contradict Aiden if I were you. The man knows of that which he speaks.No kidding. The only time I contradict Aiden is always inadvertant use of my ignorant brain connected to my loose fingers. And Aiden is always happy to correct the error of my ways while I am glad he does.

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  • illegalprelude
    Jan 13, 04:02 AM
    I cant believe this is a topic that is being discussed. Who cares. If you like the products, sweet, if not, oh well. But to say he is arrogant? isnt that arrogence itself? (sp lol)

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  • kalsta
    Apr 30, 12:40 AM
    Thanks for the feedback on the preferences for the scrollbars, folks...I removed it from the article.

    You should have made mention of the edit in the actual article. I thought many of the early commenters were making things up until I realised they were just commenting on something from your original post.

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  • Badandy
    Jan 10, 12:25 AM
    iphone with a better camera. that 2 megapixel camera is outdated.

    Who cares?

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  • snberk103
    Apr 15, 08:03 PM
    Well actually we know the TSA methods don't work because both of the incidents were from European airports that mirror what the TSA does. Added to the number of weapons that make it through TSA checkpoints, it's easy to see that the TSA does in fact not work to the extent that it is expected to.
    All we know is that increased security screening is not perfect. Perhaps you can extrapolate the European experience (in this case) to the TSA... but that's as far as you can go.

    I understood your rather simplistic attempt at game theory just fine. The problem remains that one side is not a rational actor. The command portion of terrorists have virtually nothing to lose with a botched attempt, and neither does the fanatic patsy. A 50/50 ratio isn't good enough for our security because the downside for both command and patsy are much smaller than the upside (from their perspective). The chances of failure need to be much higher in order to effectively deter terrorists.

    Do you always start with the insulting tone (see bolding) when the debate isn't going your way? I would argue that both sides are rational actors, though both sides may also employ non-rational players. The higher echelons of terrorist organizations have shown themselves to very worried about being captured by the fact that they are so hard to catch. If they didn't care, they wouldn't be going to a great deal of trouble to avoid it. Therefore, to my mind, they are rational actors. That 50/50 number is one that I threw into the argument as an "for argument's sake". Please don't rely on it for anything factual. The TSA in fact catches more than 50% of their training/testing planted weapons. And yes, I think even if the the number was as low as 50/50 a rational actor would do everything... oh heck... I've already written all that - you've not presented anything else of substance in it's place, so I'll just save my typing finger....

    Sacrificing these things is appropriate when there is a tangible gain. There hasn't been much of a tangible gain with TSA, and this is coming from the head of Israeli Security. We're paying a lot and getting almost nothing in return. Every year there's a new "standard" put out there to make it seem like TSA is doing something, but time and again security experts have lambasted TSA and its efforts as a dog and pony show.

    Your own opinion of flying should be an example of how ridiculous things have gotten. If people now become disgruntled and irritated every time they fly, for perhaps marginal gains in security, then our methods have failed.
    That's the funny thing. I've never actually said that the TSA is the best thing around. All I've said is that the TSA is doing something. That's all - that the TSA is doing something right. Not everything. Just something. Go back and look it up. Even the head of the Israeli security never said they were useless (as in doing nothing right). Just that it wasn't the best use of resources. Oh, and if you know Israelis (and I do), then you'll also know that there is another Israeli who knows just as much as that first fellow, and she thinks the TSA is doing things just fine.

    It is difficult to prove, but you can make an educated guess about what the cause is. Other than the correlational evidence, there is no other good data to suggest that TSA has actually been effective. In no field is correlation enough to establish anything but correlation.
    That's the problem with 90% of the decisions Governments make. All they have is correlational connections. Or incomplete causal relationships. Or... basically the best they can do is make an educated guess, and hope for the best.

    No, that's not how it works. If you want to assert your idea as correct, the burden is on you to show that it is correct. I am going to try to poke holes in your reasoning, and it's up to you to show that my criticisms are invalid on the bases of logic and evidence.
    No, on two counts. 1) You asserted "Our attempts at security are at best as good as Lisa's rock...". I countered your assertion by saying that the TSA must be doing something right, and used the stats on hijackings. I (to paraphrase you) "poked hole in your reasoning". You've presented nothing that counters my evidence, except to try mocking it as simplistic. If it is, then show how it is.... If my argument doesn't convince you. Then say so, and then leave it at that. I have my opinion, you have yours. But if you want me to change my opinion you had better do better. 2) I've forgotten - cr*p.

    So far you've only cited correlation, which is not sufficient evidence for causation. You ignored my criticism based on military intervention, changing travel patterns, etc, and only want to trumpet your belief that correlation is enough. It's not. If you don't want to do more on Mac Rumors, then don't post anymore on this topic concerning this line of discussion.
    You are right correlations don't show causation. But they are evidence for it. If you have evidence that shows otherwise, present it.

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  • bassfingers
    Apr 22, 01:47 PM
    Good job 5P.

    Unions are a shield for incompetent and/or lazy people and a political weapon for the leaders of the unions.

    They undermine the free market and are ruining state budgets

    It keeps public schools from rewarding good teachers and FIRING bad teachers.

    If you want teachers to make more money, vote to have more money put into public schooling. Don't empower a political organization who makes a living strong-arming states into financial instability.

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  • aznkid25
    Jan 15, 10:43 PM
    Just imagine in September when Apple has the September ipod keynote, SJ will probably say something like this:"The MBA sales have been average this year, we think we can do better, and we want to make it more affordable for the holiday season, so we will be dropping the price $500 and now it will cost $1300.

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  • Rocketman
    Oct 3, 01:58 PM
    Just my opinion which has proven shockingly accurate this year.

    MacBook Pro
    I expect it to be updated within a month with a silent update when inventories of Yonah MacBook Pros are moderated. It wil have 802.11n installed but will not be supported until Airport super extreme or whatever is formally updated in November. Or perhaps on OSX 10.5 software update in 1-07.

    I expect it to stay Yonah until 1-07 when Steve wil show it as "one more thing". This is an Apple profit center and the market share leader. Maybe even colors at an upprice.

    Mac-Mini 1-07 update to Merom and the declaration by Steve Jobs of 100% 64 bit accross the product line, a truly great achievement which will give him a legacy.

    This will be the last "really impressive" processor upgrade for 2+ years into the future. Remaining improvements will be in features, communications, integration, sooftware, etc. The processor will become a gently updated commodity. This will be the first time ever, regular people will stop waiting for their computer to work, even when using multiple applications.

    OSX wil be updaed to 10.5 of course as this is the central theme of 1-07. Related to this we will see updates of iApps to take advantage of new features and increased integration.

    iPhone will be announced. Candy Bar format. Cingular as carrier with one of those rebranding agreements. Possibly even before Christmas.

    There will be a separate media event for iTV and the iPod allscreen. That unit will be the center of a human's universe, Steve's dream of his lifetime. Phone/broadband, iPod, PDA, remote, OSX lite, everything except wiping your butt. Third parties will release that feature as a dongle. You will think you are Picard on ST-TNG.

    Mac Pro 8-way. Dual Clovertown C2Q. Released.

    X-serve 8-way. Dual Clovertown. Announced. The supercomputer reinvented.

    802.11n networking. Surprise. Has been shipping since iMac Merom C2D.


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  • AtHomeBoy_2000
    Sep 28, 01:24 PM
    Thats not apart of what a home should be. Homes are for eating, sleeping, loving, and relaxing. A screening room is for... Well, none of those.

    I 100% agree

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  • AndroidfoLife
    Apr 15, 08:46 PM
    and FAIL.

    iphone needed nor had any competition to debut as a smash hit.

    ipad needed nor had any competition to debut as a smash hit.

    apple do stuff well and make good products because that's what the heck they frickin do!

    they dont need anything to prod them on but their own imagination. companies that innovate by imitation because they got caught with their pants down arent about better products for end users. that's why their stuff sucked in the first place.

    Yes and Palm smartphones and Blackberries never existed before the iPhone.

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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 25, 01:38 PM
    Is it just me or did Apple keep a tighter lid on this stuff in the past?

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  • maflynn
    Apr 12, 07:17 AM

    I don't think so. Really office for free?

    The price of office is built into the price of the computer, just as the price of iLife is built into the price of a mac - standard accounting practice. You're really not getting iLife for free just like you're not getting office for free.

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  • JustARumor
    Mar 24, 03:46 PM
    While OS X was a huge step for Apple--and an absolutely critical one--I'd argue that it wasn't the *first* step in their turnaround. That role belongs to the original iMac. By the time OS X came around, more iMacs had been sold than all Macs for the previous several years, and every PC company was trying to copy it with some flavor of their own. It had also revolutionized the peripherals market by pushing USB from being a minor side technology to being the primary connectivity method.

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  • bassfingers
    Apr 22, 11:16 AM
    Longer, healthier lives with more time to spend with family? Sounds horrendous.

    we'll see how france looks when the interest on their debt exceeds their GDP. Paid vacation has to end sometime

    Sep 12, 04:45 AM
    I think you'll find movie distrubution rights outside of USA have the same problems as TV SHOW downloads outside of USA. In other words we wont get any lol, in much the same way as we cant download from the new Amazon movie download servers in the UK. I dont know who actually runs the european side of Apple but they want sacking lol, over a year and no new content outside of USA lol. I'll still follow the feeds though lol cos I'm sad like that :)

    Jan 9, 05:29 PM
    i was whatching it and it ****ed up in the middle

    Apr 16, 04:35 PM
    20gigs of free storage if you purchase a single album?

    Purchase an MP3 album from the Amazon MP3 Store by 11:59 PM PST on December 31, 2011.
    If you qualify for this offer and either have not signed up for Amazon Cloud Drive or have the 5GB Amazon Cloud Drive plan, you will be automatically eligible for the 20 GB plan for one year from the date of your MP3 album purchase. Unless you set your account to auto-renew to a paid plan, the 20 GB plan will revert to a free plan one year from the date of your MP3 album purchase.
    If your Amazon Cloud Drive account is already at 20 GB or higher when you qualify for this offer, the offer will be saved to your account as a $20 credit toward any future Amazon Cloud Drive plan fees you may incur at the time your plan renews or at the time you upgrade your plan. If you elect to downgrade your plan to a free plan at the time of renewal, your upgrade offer will be applied towards the 20 GB plan at that time.
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    My question was WHY.

    Mar 4, 09:05 AM
    Strikes would be illegal? This is why the Republican Party can never be allowed to lead this country. Land Of The Free my arse. Unions are made up of people who want some control over their professions (whatever it is) and their lives. Conservatives/Republican's will never be happy if lowly workers have some control. They can take what we give them and they'd better be happy with it or else.

    That's my company's attitude. We need less of that kind of thing, not more. That attitude is spreading too.

    Apr 26, 08:33 PM
    Of course I like help Dejo and I know you have help a lot people, you have even helped me before this thread and I appreciate it a lot. I said that because so many seasoned developers just throw that bomb at newbies so often when they try to find answers in forums (not just this one), it happens not only in Programming but in many other professional environments, people just shoot to kill when some new guy makes a basic mistake, but luckily not all, some people do like to help (or enjoy) and have the patience to explain even the dumbest detail.

    Please take the time to read the two guides I linked in my response a few posts back.

    This: Easy fellows.. :) .. those are not pointers ...

    Then yes, they are indeed pointers to timers.
    is exactly what they seek to avoid.

    Help us help you.

    You take it as a "bomb" when in fact it is a request to get on the same page.


    I want to tell one timer to start and if I press cancel, invalidate it. Then If I press start again, call the second timer. (I do this because I read that you can't reuse a timer after you invalidate it).

    So this will effectively be a stopwatch that can only by started and stopped twice?

    Is that the intent?

    EDIT: Have a look at this tutorial: Do you understand why it doesn't need to define two timers?


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