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  • enklined
    Mar 23, 04:41 PM
    I got into a spat with a friend of a friend on Facebook about this. My buddy posted "Hey watch out for a DUI check point [insert location here." To which his friend said "Wow, good job helping drunk drivers get away free. Thats dumb."

    Isn't it possible that the heads up provided up this app (and friends, newspapers, etc) may make people who know they will be drinking later in the evening re-think their mode of transportation? Could be saving a life or two.

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  • eye
    Mar 23, 04:59 PM
    Would you like more? Maybe people should stop DUI.

    My sister was run over by a drunk 6-8 years ago, broken leg. I think all the pins have been removed.

    A teenage driver was killed in a head-on directly in front of my house (30 mph road) by a guy doing 50+, over the limit on alcohol, and with marijuana in his blood. His mother still keeps a memorial on the corner across the street. That has also been around 10 years.

    As long as you don't mention hyenas, mention anything you like.

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  • Gilj
    May 3, 11:03 AM
    This ruins my theory about smaller (24"?) ACD with daisy chain for multiple single-TB monitors...

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  • yg17
    Apr 25, 10:01 AM
    He's definitely lying about some stuff
    How true, and she would have deserved to get it keyed. Why can't my mom or dad be a rich lawyer or doctor or something like that?

    In less than 3 years, your mom went to law school, passed the bar exam, and became the top attorney in the biggest law firm in your state? Impressive.

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  • Crawn2003
    Apr 25, 02:01 AM
    Wirelessly posted (iPhone: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_0 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8A293 Safari/6531.22.7)

    Wow, your mom willingly caused a wreck, sued the guy, and you are proud of it. Man, you and your family are just pathetic.:rolleyes:

    I really don't think it is necessary to call me or any member of my family "pathetic." There's nothing wrong with manipulating the system to your advantage, if you do it for a valid purpose (such as teaching a crappy driver a lesson).


    Unless someone uses the system against you and to their advantage, then I bet you'd lose your cool and be crying foul.

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  • Apple Shmapple
    Sep 12, 04:17 PM
    I just watched the stream. Not before Christmas. Jobs made it pretty clear that these updates and new iPods are the holiday product line up.

    That's just sad. Incredibly, incredibly sad.

    Guess I'll go hit ebay for a 4th gen 20 gig since the 5th gen offers nothing new (4:3 2 inch screen video playback is not a "feature") and this 'update' offers even less.

    I'd be surprised if Apple sells HALF the number of iPods this holiday season vs. last.

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  • Funkymonk
    Apr 22, 03:09 PM
    would be sweet if they lowered the price.

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  • fawlty
    Sep 13, 09:36 PM
    I assume the screen would be a touch screen. I would hate to start dialing numbers using the click wheel.

    I can remember when all phones used a wheel for dialing numbers...

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  • Macnoviz
    Oct 12, 03:37 PM
    I think we can call this confirmed. The Chicago Tribune has a pic of Bono and Oprah using the red Nano on the front page of their website -

    A further story by the Trib says this will happen on Friday (tomorrow) -,1,3682862.story?coll=chi-news-hed

    I call fake
    It's definitly photoshoped, you can see the headphones are shorter than the normal headphones :D

    no, really

    Is that a C2D MBP in the background?

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  • macquariumguy
    Apr 19, 10:12 AM
    I never understood exactly what it means to be a salary worker. Even when I am told I am a salary worker I still have to log my hours (as if I were paid hourly) and I still can't do overtime (==comp time). So what am I missing?
    I'm salaried (aka "Exempt") in my job. We used to clock in and out but they made us quit several years ago and now there is no tracking of our hours. I was told at the time it was a legal requirement that we not be made to clock in and out.

    In any event, there are rules defining what jobs are and are not eligible as exempt. There are lots of references online with information.

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  • ChrisTX
    Apr 25, 06:49 PM
    i knew i should have held on a year longer :( i guess its ebay time in 6 months for my quad 17..

    Why? If you like your MacBook Pro, why the regrets if it is performing the tasks you want it to perform? I just purchased a quad 15" and I couldn't be happier. No need to upgrade or sell every time there is a refresh because technology moves so fast. Just be glad you have an awesome machine that will be awesome for years to come!

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  • malnar
    Apr 20, 01:53 PM
    Oh, my God! Somebody will know that I took the train! (If, of course, they are security researchers or police officers or vengeful wives who hire a tech detective). So what? Apple does what a responsible corporation must: it won't give out your location without your permission, each and every time.
    You're not getting it. You are looking at a sunny-sky situation where nothing bad ever happens. Let's look at it from my perspective, a real-world perspective: my Macbook, which was used to sync my iPhone and my wife's iPhone, was stolen last fall. So who has all of this supposedly "safe" data now? Whoever has that Macbook. Probably nothing will ever happen, but now I have that little thing in the back of my mind thinking, "Hmm, if that guy happens to read about this and happens to still have it, he could theoretically track our normal daily movements." In other words, he'd know our daily routine - you know, most people have a routine and stick to it and don't think a second thing about it. Conceivably, he could come back and strike again because he has a good feel of when we're not there. I'd say the likelihood of this happening is extremely low. But it could happen because of this. (And we know the Macbook was used for a long, long time because of Zumocast - had it on our iPhones and her computer and saw him logged in all the time, starting a couple days after he stole it. Was actually able to recover some family videos that way, actually.)

    That's what you don't get. People shouldn't even have to worry about this. That kind of data shouldn't be available, period. PERIOD. And don't tell me to encrypt my iPhone backups, that's water under the bridge. Why doesn't iTunes encrypt them automatically, hmm? There's no need for any of this.

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  • blackstarliner
    Sep 19, 03:15 PM
    Afte reading the whole article, I get the feeling that Apple will be slammed in this Thursday's follow-up article about iTS.

    Maybe, but he seems to mention that it was nicer somehow in one paragraph.

    Plus, this review finds shortcomings in both systems:

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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 17, 07:59 PM
    um.. ok im not sure that is really a response. that just tells me that you can add a phone to your plan for $10.

    Hmmm, link must've been wrong. But Sprint has free incoming plans. They are:

    $49.99/month 300 outgoing add'l min $.45 unlimited night & weekend
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  • OddyOh
    Mar 29, 01:34 PM
    That tears it...I'm dropping out of school to become a full-time analyst...easiest job in the world. :D

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  • mac.rumors
    May 1, 06:11 AM
    Crap... I just ordered a 27" iMac from Friday morning. It hasn't shipped yet as i did some custom changes. I am going to call in the morning to see if I can hopefully cancel the order. I also purchased a 27" Cinema Display but that has already shipped. And doesn't look like it is in this upgrade round.

    If it has not been 'prepared for shipment', you can still cancel the item online.

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  • bossass
    Sep 26, 12:00 PM
    This is fine. I'm sick of those cripplers at Verizon.

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  • snebes
    Apr 30, 02:59 PM
    I will be happy to upgrade to this. Real question is, with the wide screen 27", do I truly need me 25.5" 2nd monitor any longer...

    Apr 22, 05:44 AM
    Useless to me if it is just for iTunes purchases. Please focus on more important things, Apple.

    Given iTunes is the world's biggest music store, I think their new service will be quite useful to a lot of people. It's not difficult to imagine the kinds of people who would benefit from having their iTunes purchases backed up to the cloud automatically.

    I just hope Steve Jobs doesn't wake up this morning and realise his new idea is useless to caspersoong and kill the project. :(

    Mar 30, 01:13 PM
    Go back five years. I tell you "Someone told me that I should use iMovie to edit the movies that I made with my video camera. Where can I buy it"? You say: "You should go to an app store". I say "What on earth is an app store?"

    No, that wouldn't have happened. You would have said "You should go to a computer store". "You might try a games store, they might have it". You would never have said "You should go to an app store".

    You would not have said "What on earth is an app store?". You would have said "Where is it?" because you would have known it is a place that sells apps/applications. Why? Because it is descriptive. And that is the point of the argument.

    Mar 30, 01:09 PM
    The real question is why MS is so bothered about Apple using 'App Store'. Historically MS (almost) never used the word App, instead using the word Programs. Surely MS can come up with many alternatives that describe their own store equally well, if not better. Why fight with Apple over this? I can only conclude that it is to spite Apple, or to ride Apple's coat tails yet again.
    Even if MS is right, logically, linguistically, I find their attitude over this rather puerile. PR-wise it says to me "Apple, if we can't imitate you, we'll sue you"
    MS sinks lower in my opinion by the day.

    They are bothered because they want to be able to describe their app store. They want to be able to say:

    "We have this thing called Marketplace. What is it? Well, it's a place where you can by apps. Think of it as a grocery store for apps. You know, an app store."

    Sep 12, 03:12 PM
    Can sombody explain the following:

    "old" 5G 30 GB: music playback 14 h, video playback 2 h.
    "new" 5G 30 GB: music playback STILL 14 h, video playback ALMOST DOUBLED at 3.5 h.

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    why are you confused??? video play got extended, what do you expect more than that??

    i'm just glad that my 5gen didn't get outdated so fast

    Mar 23, 06:18 PM
    If you cannot "argue" based on all the evidence but just conveniently ignore anything that does not support your argument while attacking with anything that does and then pretending everyone else doesn't exist you've then proven you are not worth conversing with and thus my lack of replies to you.
    Are you talking to yourself? You've consistently argued that Mac users are complacent and need to "protect" themselves, presumably by using AV software. We've consistently pointed out that AV software offers no advantage to Mac users, to which you resort to the same tired tactic used by shills for the AV industry since OS X was first introduced: you claim that the sky will fall soon and we'll be sorry. :rolleyes:

    Let's take a look at what you need to ignore to do that:

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