Thursday, June 9, 2011

the circulatory system for kids

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  • Zadillo
    Aug 4, 04:11 PM
    Because the TX is thicker than the least in the area of the optical drive. (Sony likes to use the tapered design that's thinner toward front edge and thicker near the back's always looked weird to me.)

    OK, that doesn't make sense to me though. The dimensions of the Sony TX series are 0.82"-1.12" thick, with the thick part being the back half of it (where the battery, etc. are).... the tapered design you mentioned.

    But the optical drive is right in the front of it, so that would be in the area that is only 0.82" thin or so:


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  • McGiord
    Apr 10, 07:19 PM
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  • -hh
    Sep 11, 09:16 AM
    Apple has over 150 stores in US(or is it 250?). So is it possible if someone wants to Buy or rent a movie he just goes to any of these stores(which will have Optic fibre connectivity with the online store) and download the desired movie on his iPod/Laptop/mini taking no more than 10 minutes. Now this might not sound that great but it should definitely up the sales of iFlicks by atleast 10-15% IMO. All these stores are located in prime locations in big cities. There is a huge number of footfalls in and around these stores...It`s just a thought and it might not really be possible...

    One of the more interesting comments I've seen here.

    If you think about the success of iTunes, much of it has been in the "long tail" of obscure music that gets a new chance to be sold, rather than just the Top 10 (or 20) mainstream hits that you would normally find in your local record store (Tower Records, etc).

    The same also holds true with NetFlix: because the customer effectively "mail orders" his movie from a centralized distributor, he has more choices than what he finds in the local Blockbuster, since their distribution model suffers from shelf space being finite inside a brick-n-mortar store.

    So where is this going?

    Cross the concept of using the brick-&-mortar's storefront (Apple's) the the essentially "BTO" feature for buying DVD's of Netflix.

    You order your movie online, then go pick it up at your local Apple store where they've freshly downloaded (across their GB connection), burned it to DVD (with copy protections) and stuck in a jewelbox for you.

    Managing your consumers to prevent friday afternoon rushes can be built into the price structure: all movies are, say, $14.99, but there's a $5 discount for 12 hour notice and an extra 'rush' $5 handling fee if you order it in-store as a 'while you wait'.

    What's in it for Apple? Besides the sale of movies themselves, its one way to increase foot traffic in your stores, for anytime a consumer is in the store, there might be an add-on sale or two.

    In theory, Apple could make this a rental service model as well if they wanted to, but I consider that to be fairly unlikely. Similarly, a simliar idea could be done with the localized publishing (at the Apple Store) of iPhoto books ... what all of these ideas have in common is to reduce the delay in delayed gratification.


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  • appleguy123
    May 7, 05:54 PM
    Nail on the head right there. From a business standpoint that makes tremendous sense. Apple would likely pull in much more revenue from advertisers placing content on a regular basis than they would from a limited subscription base. Make the service free, more people use it, apple brings in more $ from iAd services.

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  • macintoshdaddy
    Apr 24, 05:55 AM
    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) Mobile/8G4)

    Try fitting that icon on your iPhone screen.

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  • to1986
    Mar 30, 06:11 PM
    I honestly think you'll be disappointed.

    There doesn't seem to be any inkling of a UI overhaul for Lion, although some spit polish like scrollbar updates are certainly possible.

    Same with iOS5. I'm expecting EVOLUTIONARY rather than revolutionary.

    Well clearly you havent used lion. There are a lot of changes, i thought the developer preview was solid for that early a release. Its looking VERY PROMISING.

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  • GGJstudios
    Dec 14, 09:51 AM
    Speak for yourself mate. It's easy enough to say that, but what happens if I go to a small client's site, and they're not on the case: I end up with a virus nestled on my hard disk. Then I end up going to a data centre, plugging in and... OOPS! The virus gets into the DC. I would be liable. I am insured, but it's easier to prevent than deal with the fallout. Additionally, as a security consultant, it might not look to competant, if you follow :)
    If you're a security consultant, why are you not checking to make sure any network you receive files from is virus-protected? You're not going to get a Windows virus on your Mac simply by connecting to their network. You have to actually transfer an infected file onto your Mac.

    One of the first things I tell my Windows clients is they need antivirus protection. I install and configure it for them, and run the first scan myself, to make sure their systems are clean. I do that before I ever receive files on my Mac from them. If you're not doing the same, why are you calling yourself a security consultant?

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  • McGiord
    Apr 24, 11:29 AM

    Nice Ruler for measuring your devices output:

    Side Note:
    While reading different sites about screen resolution and retina display and different Apple marketing "bluffs", I got into this:
    Which models are like this?
    Is this real or another Apple hate thing?

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  • shandowee
    Aug 4, 04:54 AM
    (Sorry but my english is only valid to read, not to write...)

    por aqu� en Espa�a tambi�n estamos como locos esperando los nuevos merom aunque seamos realistas, coincido con los compa�eros que dicen que hasta que f�sicamente no dispongan de los nuevos MBP no los van a anunciar ya que Jobs no puede permitirse perder tanto dinero (la gente esperar�a por el nuevo si lo anuncia en la WWDC)

    So I think the new MBP with merom is not going to appear the 7th because jobs would lost a lot of buyers waiting for the meroms, you know, If someone tells you that in a month you are going to have a new processor, sure you are not going to buy the "obsolet model". Anyway I still dreaming each nigth with a merom MBP...

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  • iliketyla
    Mar 29, 03:29 PM
    That has nothing to due with quality. It's due to low manufacturing costs.

    And in many cases making software or services requires more brainpower and sophistication than making a physical product. Japan has yet to produce a world-class software company outside of video games.

    So this "American products are low quality" argument just doesn't hold water any way you look at it.

    What I'd like to see are some concrete examples of poor quality products that were made in America. I hear a lot of people stating that we make subpar products, but I haven't heard any examples.

    I'm not defending either position, just want someone to present some evidence.

    I don't think the Chrysler argument will hold up anymore seeing as how most automobiles have a foreign influence on them, so let's stray from automobiles on this one.

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  • macenforcer
    Aug 7, 09:55 PM
    actually crucial already has your ram, apple's basically using an intel 5000 motherboard:

    Nice. So this is it huh?

    RAM 2 x 1GB (

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  • nagromme
    Apr 25, 09:12 AM
    I want a Steve Jobs Magic 8 Ball.

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  • henrikrox
    Apr 18, 05:23 PM
    So disappointed in how mac rumors is turning out. There is just good stuff about apple. Nothing about the 7% down in stock the last 16 days.

    Bah. Macrumors have gotten so terrible and flooded with people with anger problems and not enough mods to filter stuff.

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  • IntelliUser
    Apr 18, 08:27 AM
    Interesting poll by Gallup:

    The rich are more likely to think their taxes are too high:

    And at the same time that the poor's are too low:

    Most Americans think the rich and Corporations pay too little:

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  • OhEsTen
    Jul 30, 02:09 PM
    Yeah tell me about it.

    How much does it take to break a Verizon contract again...?

    ....Your left nut, your firstborn child and a small goat.

    I hate verizon so much....that I began hating James Earl Jones simply for the fact he was their spokesman for so long...

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  • Rafterman
    Mar 27, 09:56 AM
    Yeah, cloud based video is going to work really well with those 2GB and 4GB data caps by the cell companies :rolleyes:

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  • Fast Shadow
    May 6, 02:04 AM
    This story reeks. I would sooner expect Apple to acquire AMD than I would for them to make yet another architecture switch.

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  • sineplex
    Apr 20, 02:03 AM
    I also don't understand how some of you think it is possible to have a significantly larger screen without making the phone bigger.

    If they make the screen edge to edge it will become 4 inches without any changes to the physical phone dimension.

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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 9, 08:30 PM
    Mac'nCheese: I think that in elementary school you first learn to multiply and then to divide. So first you multiply and then you divide.

    That left to right rule is not following the order of the letters.
    So for this case it is not PEMDAS but PEDMAS...

    The Arabs give us the numbers that we use nowadays, and they do write from right to left.

    So your math teacher is telling us that Mac OS X is giving us a wrong answer...You might need to watch waiting for Superman.

    Sorry but you are wrong. That's exactly what they teach us. You do not first multiply and then divide. I already pointed out why calculators do pemdas wrong, u can google it or look at the link below. Funny line about superman but your wit does not make you correct. A simple google search on how to do math will teach you the correct way.

    Sep 15, 06:34 PM
    Some has to say it:

    If MacOSXRumors is predicting it, then it's never going to happen.

    Aug 7, 08:29 PM
    well I called back and upped the ram to 2 gigs which is what i consider the base really.

    I just didnt want to go running around looking for ram to get to work.

    Crucial doesnt have anything for the MacPro yet and I was fooled by the strange new words and the "you will have heat problems if you buy other ram from other makers that dont have heat sinks!"

    What the??

    So I feel for it and bit another 300 offa my wallet.

    figure that with this base i can then search at a somewhat leisurely pace to get the other 4 gigs kits that will fit in the remaining slots.

    Please someone tell me it was a smart move?


    Mar 28, 11:22 AM
    Typical. My 2 year contract ends in the summer.

    Oh well, guess I won't be getting an iPhone this time around.

    Apr 9, 06:35 PM

    May 6, 12:16 AM
    Even if ARM DID get ahead, it wouldn't take Intel long to catch up... Then what?

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