Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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  • sinsin07
    Apr 27, 08:19 PM
    So since there is no answer to my earlier question, I take it that the posters who take issue with the tracking have not bothered to correct the issue on their phone and desktop, which would seem like they care more about posting complaints than being tracked.

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  • quantum003
    Jun 7, 06:52 PM
    Thought it would (roughly) convey Steve's thoughts on all the leaks this year, using a hit that most people are familiar with.

    Very clever! :D

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  • Stewdy
    Feb 4, 06:31 AM
    I changed to this desktop on my 13" MBA the other day and thought I'd share. :)

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  • barca10
    Feb 1, 10:44 AM
    Clean Black & Red

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  • antiDesign
    Jan 15, 02:38 PM
    Does anybody know what "Bobcat" was that Garmin talked about having at MacWorld?


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  • -Ryan-
    May 5, 03:31 PM
    The preference is 'Pinch Open & Closed'. Disable that in Trackpad preferences and you're good to go.

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  • Transporteur
    Apr 5, 07:55 AM
    meet rusty...

    That thing is just awesome! Might copy the theme for my old bug I've got in the garage (sitting there in parts for almost 5 years now :rolleyes:).


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  • Deepdale
    Sep 24, 03:57 PM
    i would let him, especially if the girl's parents are okay with it. just make sure its safe sex

    But don't lurk in the bushes and attempt to look through any available spot to ensure that it is. :)

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  • 8CoreWhore
    May 5, 03:48 AM
    Try updating the bootcamp drivers...


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  • maflynn
    Feb 23, 09:05 AM
    I don't know any details but if you're getting music without paying for it, I can't help but think its not kosher.

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  • rdowns
    Mar 11, 02:05 PM
    FWIW, Roosevelt Field is one of their highest grossing stores (sales by square foot). They'll get more product than the others.


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  • tristangage
    May 5, 02:41 PM
    I'd have to see how the look first, either in person or a good set of photographs.

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  • HiRez
    Sep 27, 07:07 AM
    I've probably got the wrong end of the stick as usual, but I use the web access for iDisk that is already there - I haven't downloaded any applications at all for my work Windows laptop. Is this what you meant, or was there something else on top of this?Well kind of, but that's very limited. It doesn't support drag and drop, icon or column views, file previews, searching, .zip archiving and unarchiving, etc. In other words, all the goodies you get in a Finder window (including iDisk Finder windows). Using AJAX technologies, most of that should be possible, as they are doing for the Mail application. And as I said, making folders individually password-protectable (separate passwords, unlike now where it's one for the whole disk) is a priority for me.


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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 7, 02:52 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I am all against this nostalgia gaming. U have so many great games available on the ipad or iphone that utilise their potencial, why would u wanr to play games that have 12 pixels running around? I think it has more to do with people remembering the "good old times" when they havent had all that depression, fear and insecurity going on.

    I played Atari up through super nintendo. I stopped at that point partly due to the games appearing to play themselves. If you ask young people to go back and try to play Zelda or link from beginning to end, you often hear "its too hard". The point of the old games was to be challenging; not to be a movie disguised as a game.

    I'll admit that recently when I played an older game I was disappointed but then I realized I was doing something wrong. I was hitting the continue button. The older games are better if you challenge yourself to score as high as possible on one credit or compete with a second person on one credit.

    You know the new games would be more interesting if played like that too. These first person shooter games are ridiculous because you keep getting back up after dying. The thing is that it doesn't seem as boring to play like that because the scenery of the game keeps changing. But try having two people play as far as possible with one life or three if that is standard and go as far as possible on that. I bet it is a better game if you play with the rul that you start over when you die in the game.

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  • Flying Llama
    Aug 14, 02:23 PM
    Those last 3 pictures are very nice, did you take them?


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  • cmvsm
    Apr 28, 07:31 PM
    Apple should really diversify their suppliers anyway, which is what they look like they are doing. Cut Samsung supply by 50%, and threaten all of it if they don't get their act together. Surely Samsung doesn't think that that they can bring in this kind of revenue on their own merit. Outside of LCD televisions, Samsung has an image problem, and even that has only improved in the last few years.

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  • dethmaShine
    May 1, 07:11 AM
    I'm the one who found it. It's the following file:


    How does one basically decode these string files?
    These seem to binary although they have readable text. How can we actually read all the content in those binary files?

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  • Stan Mikulenka
    Mar 14, 06:21 PM
    are you surprised that nobody answered yet?
    I really don't know "what you're talking about"...

    Oct 9, 03:04 PM
    I also just checked the App Store on my phone and it's not showing up yet.

    Jun 23, 06:55 PM
    No. They will be selling them starting at 8am.

    Yup this is correct

    Can't sell them till there activation dept opens at 8

    Apr 22, 04:40 AM
    Whenever i use any program, say Word and wanting to either open/save/brown a file, it opens a Finder window for me to look for the file on my computer, and everytime this Finder pops up, it freezes slight for about 10 seconds when i am unable to scroll or click anything, then it works.

    What is causing this? seems like its taking time to load something?
    This is a small problem thats not really a big deal, but it does get annoying.

    Small White Car
    Nov 29, 12:34 PM
    Practically speaking...

    If they limit the number of iPods you can transfer the movies onto, how are they going to differentiate between an additional iPod and one you replaced for a newer one? What I mean is, if they would only allow for a transfer to 5 iPods, and let's say you have 5 and one breaks, or eventually you replace them all for newly released ones, how will they be able to differentiate that from an "additional 6th iPod"?

    They entire scheme is flawed. Practically speaking.


    Uh, maybe they'd do it the same way they enforce the "5 computers" rule? You would authorize your 5 iPods and if one breaks you would tell iTunes to forget about all iPods and then re-link your current 5 iPods to the system.

    I think they SHOULD do this but it should be a high number like 15 or 20 iPods. A user would NEVER run into that limit but it would prevent someone from buying a movie and selling it to hundreds of people for a few bucks each and copying it onto their iPods.

    A number like that would stop the big-time offenders without the average consumer ever noticing.

    (Based on this theory, the current "5-computer" rule is a bit too tight. It really should be 10 computers.)

    EDIT: I also thought of something Apple could steal from the Zune. The "iPod movie limit" COULD be limited to 5 iPods if thre was a "share" feature that worked like the Zune's wireless sharing. That is, it's encrypted to expire in 3 days. So, I could authorize 5 of my own iPods to always have the movie but I could ALSO choose to put it on my friend's iPod but his would only work for 3 days. Then, just like the Zune it would ask him if he wants to buy it.

    This would be the equivilant of "loaning a DVD." It works out as free advertising in the end...SOME of those friends will end up buying the movie.

    The key to making it work is to make this "sharing" feature an OPTIONAL addition to the way I copy my movies around from my own iPods. The experiation feature would only come into play when I copy films PAST my 5-iPod limit, so it would never affect me personally.

    Nov 19, 01:40 PM
    Can Apple really stop TJ Maxx from selling their iPads?

    I thought the Authorised Reseller Programme was just that: an "Apple-certified" or "Apple-approved" reseller? Surely any reseller who doesn't have this "sign of approval" still can sell the iPad?

    I don't really know the answer to that since every store which I've seen here in the UK which sells Apple products are authorised resellers.

    Sorry if it's obvious, it's just that the response makes it sound like only retailers approved by Apple can sell their products; sort of like a cease and desist threat.

    No, again, Apple can't stop them from selling the iPad. But it does mean that the iPads TJ Maxx is getting aren't being acquired directly from Apple. It means that they are buying them from a 3rd party. All Apple COULD do is terminate the 3rd party's Apple account (meaning that the 3rd party can no longer purchase directly from Apple) if they want to (if it was a large enough sale to TJ Maxx...80 iPads probably won't matter to Apple). An "Apple approved" retailer is one that has been authorized by Apple to buy Apple products directly from Apple, and thereby get all of the advertising perks, merchandising, etc from Apple.

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