Sunday, June 5, 2011

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  • ham_man
    Aug 24, 10:37 PM
    Things are about to change...

    In order to let version 1.0 of this widget really blow your socks of, some changes had to be made on the ExtremeOverclocking side.
    The guys are great in adding some extra info i requested. Small bummer: the current version of the widget doesn't work anymore (it has no idea the xml file changed - no AI yet, sry). I'll try to do a quick fix by the end of the week (should be faster, just not in the mood right now :cool: ). 1.0 should be out before the end of the month (september that is ;)).

    Sorry about this,
    Keep up the fold,

    So that explains why my widget broke today. Looking forward to the new changes. Should be fantastic... :)

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  • Doctor Q
    Sep 19, 11:43 PM
    Yeah, I get to have my wisdom teeth out next Thursday, so it's anesthesia for me too!Good luck. Let us know how it goes this week.

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  • Melrose
    May 5, 05:39 PM
    The "Apple Tax" is largely just in the mind. PC Magazine, and several tech blogs, have had comparisons and found that a Mac is cheaper than machines from some Windows machines (I think Sony and Dell were more expensive but I could be wrong). Out of five tested, the Mac was in the middle.

    I did the math, and gave it up after I had consistently lousy experiences with every version of Windows I used, with hardware from a variety of well known manufacturers.

    I will happily spend the imaginary premium if it provides with a stable operating system.

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  • stainlessliquid
    Oct 9, 04:43 PM
    This is stupid. Neither walmart or target are going to stop selling DVD's just like they havent stopped selling cd's. The absolute crap quality of the movies and the horrible lagging movie player that iTunes offers is completely irrelevant to DVD sales. Even bittorrent movies are better. iTunes movie downloads are not a threat to DVD's by any stretch of the imagination since the execution of the movies and movie player was so poor.

    Its a baseless threat that they have no intention of following through with because theyd lose far more money than sales lost to iTunes.


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  • Keleko
    Mar 5, 04:10 PM
    I saw some of the difficulties in cropping this, and wondered if an oval crop would help. Once I started playing with it, then I started really seeing the ovals/circles: chips, cups, table, his hat, her glasses, tomatoes. And I saw the rectangles: floor tiles, trays, paper dishes. More contrasts! After experimenting with the oval crop, it felt right to put this within a rectangle frame --another contrast, and it makes me feel more like I'm sneaking a peek at this couple, as Keleko did when shooting this pict.

    What do you think?

    I think it feels a little too tight for me. It might work if it was more room in it, though. I saw someone else disagreed with the oval, though. Anyone else have thoughts?

    (Keleko: I saw some of your other flickr photos from this day. Some good candidates for the Surrealism contest!)

    Dang, I already posted one from a long while ago for the contest. I didn't think any of the museum shots fit the surreal theme. Which ones did you think were a good fit? (You can PM them to me if you prefer.)

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  • MattInOz
    Oct 6, 06:50 PM
    In anyevent please stop the whinning about developers, if they followed Apples guide lines their apps would work fine on the new model. In fact many people in these forums really should just shut up until they read the developer documentation.


    Yep if you read even just the human interface guidelines Apple's message to developers is 'think of the user's or don't bother being here'. Then there is a remarkable number of cases where the app will have it window sized clipped to suit something else happening on the device already, so it's not like any developer can claim ignorance.

    I think Apples next move would be to make the screen longer.
    What with screens like PixelQi getting up to a good high veiwing angles and the iPhone being a device you don't tend to turn off. A screen that looks great backlight on or off, albeit with very different moods, would really suit. If the screen can always show something for little or no power cost then you don't need a button to activate the screen. If your only going to turn on the screen backlight for special programmed events, then they don't need to be worried about pocket touches as much either.

    Take the home button away stretch the screen down to fill the space. The extra space in common usage is the multitasking dock and the status bar up the top. That way all apps would just work as they do now at the same res except less space pinching from the OS. In Portrait mode the keyboard would use the dock space giving more viewing space. Same with standard video views they would know to how to use the full screen and apps would get that with minimal work to.

    And that is only one Option of how they could go, I'm sure there are many more they just haven't made it out in to nerd space news.

    I could see them doing two models one a we bit smaller with same screen resolution and button but sneak say 5mm off the width and length, and one with longer screen in the same case size. If they do two models they'll release them both at the same time and run a yearly cycle.


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  • calcvita
    Apr 5, 06:43 PM
    Its actually a quite clever design and means that the iProducts 30pin connector can be relevant for many more years to come.

    can you please explain to me (or provide a link where it's explained) the benefits of using a 30 pin connector in comparison to a usb port? is it maybe so that apple can sell more adaptors? (i'm not sarcastic on this one, i'd really like to know)

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  • gkarris
    Apr 22, 11:23 PM
    I'm a little bit Rock 'n Roll... :eek:



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  • cmaier
    Apr 12, 11:22 PM
    Maybe I should upgrade from 2008 to the 2011 version now. Is it really any better?

    Oh, and don't tell me iWork. I do not like Pages/Keynote/whatever at all.

    Better in many ways. But less stable.

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  • rcm3
    Oct 26, 08:11 PM
    Can somebody explain to me why anybody would want to pay $100/year for an email account with only 1 GB of storage?


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  • darkplanets
    Apr 5, 07:42 PM
    Am I the only one that's happy about adapters?

    I feel they give the maximum flexibility for the minimum port interference; I'd rather have 4 of these good-for-any-use ports on my computer than a set number of fixed use ports, some of which never get used.

    I guess it's just me?

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  • Blakjack
    Mar 28, 09:04 AM


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  • beatle888
    May 26, 02:00 PM
    Originally posted by markjs
    I poked around on a mac for about an hour today, and found that some things are less intuitive (minimizing and closing windows).

    ok so let me get this straight, youve been using a PC for a while right? and you go poke around on a mac for an hour and you say its less intuitive?

    this is silly, youve grown acustome to windows thats all, cant you see that? things feel different on the mac. yet you made your decision based on an hour of poking around on the mac? thats really not a fair comparision.

    havent you ever had a favorite application that you used all the time. then, you came across another app that did the same thing but differently and you hated it the first time you used it? yet after learning the new app you realized it was better?

    im shaking my head that you couldnt see that it was your comfort with windows that threw you off. but hey, the windows is just fine im sure, so no worries.

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  • Gondry
    Oct 26, 02:10 PM
    Amazed to see the queue down the street and round the corner, joined it at 6.30pm fortunately it moved fast and was out the door with my copy within 20 minutes. Would have been quicker if I'd known about the upstairs!


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  • leomac08
    Jun 25, 10:00 AM
    A mistake? Unless I'm mistaken, when the 40GB PS3 was released, it was $399, and the 80GB version was $499. At least, those were the normal prices when I bought my 40GB.'s wasn't a mistake it was given to me for free....but it was during those times that the PS3 was the main deal and people rioted and fought and they were several people who were victims of theft when it came out.:D

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  • bella92108
    Apr 1, 01:07 PM
    Ala Carte Channels would cause some channels to go away, on the other hand it would allow other channels to thrive and flourish, because the channels people really wanted to watch would get the most revenue.

    I don't want to overpay for the 10 channels I want so 20 other channels I don't care about can continue to exist. Let the marketplace sort it out. It certainly would not actually make channels appeal to a wider demographic, it would probably be the opposite really, as small strong niches carry the day and carry their channels and the programming.

    Very intelligent post. +1


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  • Iconoclysm
    Apr 21, 05:10 PM
    There isn't a single added feature listed there to make it worth the extra ~$100 to get a new iPhone instead of the identical iPhone 4 at discount.

    Oh, the A5 isn't a reason? Really?

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  • Bosunsfate
    Nov 21, 04:39 PM
    At first read I was going to be skeptical....I mean isn't this just cold fusion?

    Having read through the science on this now...we'll this is pretty interesting.

    The main hurdle appears to be the actual application of this into some type of consumer device...and that being cost effective at the end of the day.

    If this works out..yea, we are talking about some major changes....

    Why are these guys in Utah though?

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  • diamond3
    Jan 6, 07:22 PM
    How do you block farmville? It's annoying me the amount of posts I get a day from people who've found a sparkly pure egg or a wounded badger. I'd love to not have all that guff clogging up my iPhone screen.

    I am having similar issues with notification sounds in that I get none. Not too fussed but would be nice if it did exactly what it said on the tin.

    Try going to settings->application settings
    Once the page loads, go to the drop down box and select "allowed to post"
    Find farmville and click edit settings and you can change it there.

    Also, on the news page you can go and click the hide next to any farmville news, then you can select Hide Farmville. This will prevent it from showing up in the news feed.

    Apr 1, 01:34 PM
    My question though is how is this any different then having multiple TVs on your cable account? You can only watch TV on your account when your in your own home and on your own WiFi. Time warner took some pretty big steps to make sure you can't "steal" cable... It is a pretty secure app.

    I am just wondering why Viacom and others are bitching? Its just like going in the other room and watching it on the other TV... Doesn't allow you to watch TV away from home..

    Well TECHNICALLY Time Warner and Comcast (my provider) have tiny fine print in their service docs that say you have to report "additional outlets" to them and are subject to monthly fee.... now clearly I'm not going to call them and tell them I have a 15" tv plugged in in the second bedroom so they can charge me $4.95 more per month, but it is within their rights to do so, it's just another shady tactic they use. There's only 1 of me in the house, so how can I be using the content on more than 1 TV at the same time? LOL

    It's like software... TECHNICALLY you buy a license.. you can use it on as many computers as you want for personal use, just not simultaneously... so one license is fine if you have a desktop and laptop. The line blurs with things like operating systems where you might have the desktop and laptop on, but only using one at a time... so there's grey area...

    Either way, this sh%t is bananas!

    Apr 1, 12:22 PM
    If we're having this drama with Time Warner, imagine the chances of (NBC Owned)-Comcast ever getting Fox channels, ahahahahhahahaha

    Feb 19, 06:34 PM
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    Get your elbow off the table steve, has your mother taught you nothing?!

    Apr 12, 03:26 PM
    The difference with intelligence and charisma is that they can affect your ability to do the job, whereas being black doesn't.

    I work for a state university, have been trained in non-discriminitory practices, have sat on numerous hiring committees and can state without a shadow of doubt that intelligence and charisma are absolutely qualities we look for in a candidate.

    Like, no duh. :rolleyes:

    Jan 4, 12:47 PM
    I picked it up. I let you know how it is. I've never bought TomTom or Navigon, because all I've ever had was Garmin devices, and it's AT LEAST $10 cheaper than any other GPS app with Canada maps as well as US. (I like to travel to canada on occasion). The constant updating for free is a major plus, that's the one thing i missed about my old non-smartphone VZ navigator.

    As far as the no onboard maps...that's a bit of a concern. Most of my driving is done within a 3G coverage area, but I've read that it has a way of keeping the maps downloaded even if you drop data coverage. Hopefully this is true.

    EDIT: here is the link for that article i read:

    I will cover Garmin's method of handling maps when a phone is out of data range in my review.
    At least it is hopeful then...

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