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  • toddybody
    Apr 25, 12:15 PM
    Yeah, Im going to listen to someone like this...


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  • yojitani
    Mar 3, 09:30 PM
    Is Charlie Sheen a comedian? Is he talented? No. But he does appear to have an emotional health issue that could destroy him.

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 29, 03:17 PM
    I wouldn't be surprised if it was a loss leader nor would I be surprised if different retailers had different costs associated with the products they sell. The local gas station, Wal-mart, and Costco typically don't pay the same price for the products they sell and I don't see why the online retail game would be any different.


    Very trust. Often times gas stations from playes like Wal-mart, costco and grocery stories run at a loss. The gas station does not generated any profit for the store in gas sells but does tend to bring more people to the store making up the difference and then some.

    From working in a grocery store gas station I worked at I can tell you where we got gas from was from the big name gas companies like Exxon, Phillips 66, and Chevron. Chevron being the most common receipt I saw. Also can tell you that at most the only difference between brands is additives added at the terminals were they fill up the full trucks. The gas could of originally been made by any refinery and put in the pipe line. They do not normally get out the same product they put into it and that is from my knowledge from the oil industry and family working in it.

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  • andrewbecks
    Apr 26, 01:41 PM
    I stopped buying iMacs the day they went gloss. I now have a bunch of minis with the older Matte Cinema Displays. As simple as that � I put my money where my mouth is. If I couldn't get these, I would buy other branded displays.

    When Steve Jobs made a comment a couple of years ago about Apple's customers saying they preferred gloss (or something like that) I wrote to Apple to say that at least one customer doesn't prefer gloss and why, and there is a pretty vocal group of Apple customers who share my sentiments. At least we were given the option on the MacBook Pros. I hate having to pay extra on an already expensive machine, but that's what I've done with my new just-ordered MBP. It's one small and expensive vote for usability to prevail over eye-candy. Sigh.

    While I agree disagree with you as it relates to dsiplay preference (I prefer the glossy display over the matte display), I 100% agree with you in principal. Since Apple has customers who want the matte or anti-gloss option, they ought to make it available--simple as that. This way, everyone can be happy. If you want matte, you should be able to get it just as I'm able to get the glossy screen that I like.

    (Plus, if they went to all matte, then the matte displays would weird up against the glossy 27" Cinema Displays, IMO.)

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  • br0adband
    Nov 4, 10:43 PM
    Hmmm, and I thought it was down to me running it on a MacBook ( 2Ghz,2GB ). For the money I paid for it, it's a useful ( but not great ) product. However, I've found the support to be abysmal, and that's as important to me, as how it runs.

    I've only had a quick scan of this thread, but does anyone with a C2D based machine have it running? Any problems? ( thinking of Parallels C2D debacle, here ).

    I have a 20" iMac Core 2 Duo with 2GB and the stock 250GB hard drive. I'm running Parallels 24/7 with XP on a second 20" LCD monitor - OSX on the left on the iMac itself, XP on the right with the second LCD dedicated to running XP fullscreen.

    I've rebooted twice in 3 weeks just because some software on the OSX side required a reboot.

    To be honest, I've had more application crashes and restarts on OSX than I have under XP/Windows in the past 3 years. So much for "crash resistant" - and yes, I've had 4 kernel panics since I got this iMac home; that's more than the number of BSODs I've had under XP in 4 years.

    So, in the next day or so I'll be doing the following test batch and making a thread here for the results:

    - I'll be installing Parallels build 1970 clean
    - I'll be installing the current beta build of VMWare Fusion clean
    - I'll be installing XP SP2 *only* in default VMs under each of those two applications
    - I will not be updating the SP2 at all, in fact neither VM will have Internet access to keep that aspect out of the testing
    - I will install Windows Media Player 10 and Windows Media Encoder 9 as supplied by Microsoft for testing (see the next step)
    - I will be installing PCMark05 from Futuremark into each VM for comprehensive testing under both applications (WMP10 and WME9 are required components of PCMark05, hence me installing them in the prior step)

    I will then run the default benchmark in PCMark05 with the following stipulations:

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  • 153957
    Jul 26, 05:58 AM
    It's also likely to lead to a Douglas Adams-esque end-of-the-world pandemic scenario! Euuuh!

    As DNA prophesied:
    "A loud clatter of gunk music flooded through the Heart of Gold cabin as
    Zaphod searched the sub-etha radio wavebands for news of himself. The machine was rather difficult to operate. For years radios had been operated by means of pressing buttons and turning dials; then as the technology became more sophisticated the controls were made touch-sensitive � you merely had to brush the panels with your fingers; now all you had to do was wave your hand in the general direction of the components and hope. It saved a lot of muscular expenditure of course, but meant that you had to sit infuriatingly still if you wanted to keep listening to the same programme.
    The music swirled and dived for a moment. Another voice broke in, presumably Halfrunt. He said: �Vel l, Zaphod�s jist zis guy you know?� but got no further because an electric pencil flew across the cabin and through the radio�s on/off sensitive airspace. Zaphod turned and glared at Trillian � she had thrown the pencil."

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  • Surely
    Sep 13, 07:03 PM
    Tried to be good to the mods to reduce their headache. haha..but alas a purchase is a purchase.

    I don't think there was anything wrong with what you originally posted (you know, that girl-on-girl DVD).


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  • maclaptop
    Apr 26, 02:01 PM
    Have to agree entirely with this one. Google is getting to be more and more of a mess so I'm ditching it entirely.

    This statement above is hilarious.

    There's no way you can stop using all of Google services. Sadly Steve Jobs reality distortion field has messed up the energy around you.

    Nice Try , but you've got your head in the cloud, and it's Google's Cloud :)

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  • strabes
    Apr 29, 03:44 PM
    My thoughts exactly. Reeks of collusion and I could see lawsuits flying over this.

    In what way does this reek of collusion?

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  • BrianKonarsMac
    Jun 6, 03:19 PM
    15 minutes?

    45 Seconds is all it took to get the facts...

    Google search: "android market return policy"

    First result: http://www.google.com/mobile/android/market-policies.html

    For those too lazy to click...

    "Returns: You have 24 hours from the time of purchase (not download) to return any applications purchased from Android Market for a full refund of any applicable fees."

    Summary: 24 Hours, not 15 minutes.
    Yep, I've bought a few apps that weren't worth the money and returned them for a refund. It's a nice system, because you can then see if the app is actually worth the purchase to you.

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  • Applespider
    Aug 15, 02:55 PM
    NO one uses iChat because no one uses AIM. Its all crappy MSN!

    I use iChat with a Jabber ID to chat to my MSN buddies. I don't tend to send them files or audio chat with them so it's fine for just text.

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  • Luis
    Jul 24, 08:42 PM
    That would be realy awesome! cmon not only would it reduce scratches on the ipod but make it even cooler than it already is. This wold be one of the many features that would kill the Micro$oft "iPod Killer". I hope this is true....:D

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  • Chappers
    May 2, 04:13 AM
    Getting a DNA finger print is pretty quick these days - I presume they did that.

    Did they try and capture him - I doubt it - a living Osama is worth two dead ones.

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  • zombierunner
    Apr 15, 02:44 PM
    I think iMac overhaul is in the fall right after the back to school deals are over......

    nope .. refresh happening in the next 3-4 weeks ... they want you to purchase the machine first then pay to upgrade to lion

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  • vvebsta
    Nov 10, 02:39 PM
    just goes to show people still want to be able to see flash on their iphones reguardless of how bloated

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  • Bevz
    Dec 30, 06:21 AM
    And i felt guilty about the pizza i had on xmas eve! LOL

    Seriously though; "Daily Mail" and "Sunday Mirror"... Says everything you need to know!

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  • appleguy123
    Apr 30, 03:42 PM
    That's what he said. Reread what he wrote.

    Eldiablojoe can be our token blonde in the afterlife?

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  • Plutonius
    Apr 26, 04:02 PM
    Fixed :)

    By saving yourself, you hurt the village :eek: .

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  • jsalzer
    Jul 10, 06:53 PM
    So, is this like the "Normal" view in Word? I was just mentioning to a MS fan last week that I don't understand why they call it "normal" when it hasn't been "normal" in 20 years.

    Books come in pages. Notes come in pages. When I print what I type, it prints on pages. Why would I not want to type in a page layout mode? It seems much more natural to me. The other mode just make me think of the old monochrome screened computers. Not very natural.

    I greatly agree on wanting to see the return of the WYSIWYG Font Menu. I'd also like to see a side bar as well laid out as ClarisWorks' was. Speaking of which, can we have arcs back? And those other great gradient options we had in CW?

    I know - I ask too much. I do love Pages, though. It's freed me from both Word and Pagemaker. :)

    Mar 14, 05:52 PM
    You know, considering that the other countries are getting it in a little over a week, I think the chances of getting on in a store are pretty slim. It sounds like stores are only getting a handful of models, and for the past 2 days in a row, all of the stores I've called around here have only received 64GB Verizon models if anything.

    It REALLY sucks that I've got to wait 3 weeks for my white iPad to ship, but honestly at this point I think that's going to be shorter than trying to wait it out for one at the store.

    I just wish I'd lined up at the Brea Mall store at like, 5AM. :/

    Apr 17, 07:49 PM
    Clock speed isn't everything. The sandy bridge i5 should be considerably faster. With that said, buying a MBA to do intensive things with is questionable to begin with.

    x2. Considering that Apple is the company who first talked about "megahertz myth" back in the days of the PowerPC, it's amazing how much ignorance there is about the Sandy Bridge Core i5. The CPU will be significantly faster. Look at the 13" MacBook Pro for some indication. The Core i5 in the 13" Pro is nearly as fast as the Core i7 was in the 2010 MacBook Pro.

    That said, we will see about a 30-40% drop in GPU performance. Gamers may want to stay away from the next MacBook Air. That said, those who don't game ought to be able to do "intensive things" with the Sandy Bridge CPU. MP3 encoding, photo editing, complex spreadsheets, etc. ought to be nice on the Sandy Bridge MacBook Air.

    To me, the decision on whether to upgrade will depend on what else is in the mix. If it comes with Thunderbolt and a backlit keyboard, I may pull the trigger. If it's the same computer but just with the Core 2 Duo/NVIDIA 320m swapped out for the Core i5/Intel HD3000 I might wait it out.

    Nov 3, 08:04 PM
    There's a manual here:


    The beta is probably floating around the Internets by now, if you know where to look. I can't confirm that directly, but these things do leak fast.

    Apr 22, 05:41 PM
    Um no, they do not break very easily. Maybe a gorilla might break it easily.

    well mine sure did, and my iPad's not responding when I double click for multitasking. I'm no gorilla, it's called "wear and tear", maybe you haven't heard of it?

    Apr 15, 04:56 AM
    Just updated�Now having a problem with people hearing me. If i use speaker phone they can hear me just fine. I have done a voice memo, and it sounds like I'm being recorded at half volume. Anyone else having this problem :mad:
    Just had my 16 GB iPhone 4 replaced for that same problem. Haven't upgraded yet (well I haven't even picked up the exchange unit from the store yet...)

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