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  • Skika
    Mar 13, 11:20 AM
    I've never understood this time glitch that happens on devices. I mean you have this gazzilion operation per milisekund technology that can produce so many amazing things, yet has problem with simple time changes :confused:.

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  • NebulaClash
    Apr 5, 10:05 AM
    I hang out on MR a lot. And a lot of other tech blogs as well. And I love my iPad 2.

    Crap... I'm certainly not normal but I love iPad 2. What am I?

    The iPad has broad appeal and I'm willing to bet at least a few people in that room love the iPad and didn't agree with Wozniak when he made the comment.

    No, they agreed with Woz for they got what he was saying. Generalities contain truth despite the exceptions in that room, you, and me. What are you? Able to see the forest despite the trees.

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  • theBB
    Sep 25, 10:52 PM
    According to US law, a trademark holder MUST defend their trademarks, or they risk losing them. Google is struggling with this, as they're trying to encourage people not to use it as a generic verb.

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    I was going to point out that Bayer already lost Aspirin and Xerox came very close, but thanks for the link. Still, podcast is different enough compared to iPod that Apple is probably not at risk. However, "probably" is not the same as "definitely".

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  • Michael CM1
    Jun 22, 01:11 AM
    Oh dude, I CAN use a USB HDD? That's frackin' awesome. I have two portable ones sitting here doing nothing. Once I finish this first level of Halo, I'll have to try setting it up.

    I'll probably do Xbox Live Gold soon. From what I understand, most anything good online requires it. As I said, I just have little to no clue what I'm doing on this system. I only kinda know what I'm doing right now because I played this level with my offline profile before I moved my modem and such.


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  • notjustjay
    Jan 6, 11:17 PM
    So, any first-hand feedback yet? Any reviews?

    Edit: Ah, here's one:

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  • Tomorrow
    Mar 27, 07:44 PM
    $106.9 litre.... Edmonton,Canada

    Holy crap - that's almost $400 a gallon!! :eek::eek:


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  • Bennieboy�
    Apr 21, 02:25 PM
    The G5 doesn't have the power for big wu's, from my experience they don't make good folding machines which is too bad as there are a lot of them still out there.

    lol i didnt think so, not with twoodcc talking about i7's and such
    been thinking about swallowing the mac pro pride, and going the hackintosh route, been reading the F@H FAQ about the gpu's an such, and i'd get a tonne more hackintosh for my money then i would mac pro, so i may go down that route, would prolly make upgrading things to stay current a lot easier then the mac pro too :D

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  • Eraserhead
    Apr 7, 08:14 AM
    The Mac Guides are a great resource for the website, however I think the categories of articles on the site aren't particularly great which makes finding information difficult.

    I'd like to try and improve it, but part of the problem is the front page, which I can't edit and there should be a consensus on something that major.

    There a some categories that contain very little good content, for example the "Companies" category. There are some which are fairly meaningless like the "Guides" category. And there are some which seem a little wishy-washy like the "Digital Lifestyle" category, what should go in there? I think the following categories on the front page would be good.

    Main Categories

    Mac Hardware - Apples Mac hardware and related articles such as the ones for RAM and upgrades. Subcategories for laptops, desktops, and possibly individual models.
    Mac Software - Any software available for Mac OS X. Subcategories for Mac OS X, individual software titles and Programming.
    iTunes - Anything related to iTunes for Mac or Windows.
    iPod/Apple TV - Anything iPod or AppleTV (which is essentially an iPod that doesn't move :p) related.
    iPhone/iPod Touch - Anything iPhone, or iPod Touch related. Subcategories for jailbreaking and individual software titles.
    Gaming - The gaming articles are very popular (, and that Mac isn't always the best platform for gaming, so I think it should have its own category, including articles for connecting your console to your Mac. With subsections for iPod Game titles, Mac Game titles.
    Networking and Internet - Internet Related Articles. Subcategory for Software titles.
    People and Organisations - Any articles for companies and analysts and Apple CEO's.

    Special Categories - Same as now.
    Forum Posts - Same as now, but this should be a special category.
    Uncategorised - Anything that doesn't fit in the above categories. Could possibly be renamed "Miscellaneous" or something.

    Finally a link to the Help:Contents article from the front page would be useful.

    Any thoughts? Anything major I've missed?


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  • call-151
    Apr 12, 08:14 PM
    It was announced, see that with SP1, contacts, calendar and notes can now be synced through iTunes. BUT it doesn't! Anyone know what happened?

    Follow instructions here:

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  • 4mat
    Mar 24, 06:10 AM
    Wirelessly posted (SAMSUNG-SGH-A821/1.0 SHP/VPP/R5 NetFront/3.4 SMM-MMS/1.2.0 profile/MIDP-2.0 configuration/CLDC-1.1)

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  • gwangung
    Mar 25, 09:47 AM
    Only thing worse than patent lawyers are people dissing the area, given that they know neither a) the law, nor b) the specific patent being dicussed.

    Talk about being aggresively ignorant...

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  • Sydde
    Apr 4, 01:59 PM
    The Laffer Curve is often referenced, but you're correct about it's actual meaning. Some conservatives have taken the Curve to mean that lowering taxes will always bring about more revenue. Something this article is trying to address.
    Thing about the Laffer curve is that there was/is no research or data to back it up. Arthur Laffer pulled it out of a dark place and scribbled it down on a cocktail napkin. Its actual shape may have no actual correlation to the smooth bell we always see, it is all fiction because no one has tried to demonstrate its validity or accuracy.
    In the short-term, lowering taxes just takes money from the state purse and does not drive new economic development. In the mid-term and long-term, lower taxes may encourage growth, but there's not a direct connection between taxation and economic development.

    I believe I have seen it suggested somewhere that raising taxes puts pressure on business, which may have the effect of stimulating growth by forcing the businesses to make up the lost revenue (ramping up). What effect government policy has on the economy is not clear because the economy is made up of a mass of Brownian particles that move in unpredictable and befuddling ways. And the factors that affect macroeconomics are themselves in constant flux, so the thing that (seemed to) work last time could have a disastrous impact next time around.

    But the issue that troubles me is growth. The health of the economy is always measured by the GDP growth rate: the higher the better. That seems like folly, and history seems to support that. The more vodka, the worse the hangover. The faster you drive, the worse the crash. But even that analogy fails, because economic growth is a multi-faceted sum that can look good but not actually be reflecting positive change if the gains are not in areas that lead to ongoing stability and progress.


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  • p0intblank
    Sep 25, 11:43 AM
    Why are there so many Negative votes? An update to Aperture is a very good thing for photographers. If all these voters are people who were hoping for a MacBook Pro update, that doesn't quality you voting an Aperture update thread as negative. Big deal... the notebooks didn't get updated. Move along.

    I really wish Apple offered a trial of Aperture on their Web site. I would love to try it out sometime.

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  • Rendergroup
    Apr 14, 11:54 AM
    No plugin for Hotmail in Outlook available... common MS guys...


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  • kiljoy616
    Apr 14, 08:49 PM
    Blasphemy! Could not help it. :-)

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  • rreichenfeld
    Aug 14, 11:39 AM
    I love the ads, but the credit goes to the director of the ads. This Justin Long fellow shouldn't be the topic of conversaition. Actuallly the Windows guys is much cooler, he is John Hodgman the author of "The Area's of my Expertise". He also appears on The Daily Show with John Stewart regularly.

    I'm not dissing Long, but there are just other people who should be recognized before him.


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  • WannaGoMac
    Apr 5, 05:14 PM
    this is on the new macbook? Weird.

    This is all they have now

    MagSafe power port
    Gigabit Ethernet port
    Mini DisplayPort
    Two USB 2.0 ports (up to 480 Mbps)
    Audio in/out
    Kensington lock slot

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  • brucem91
    May 2, 10:56 AM
    I'd be interested to know this as well (have the same machine with the 512MB of VRAM option).I have the late 2009 MBP, 2.8 GHz 512mb graphics card. It runs fine, though I can't set it to ultra, I have to keep it on medium. When I forget to switch graphics cards, the 9400m runs on Low settings, but it still looks pretty good on low, just more cartoony.

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  • Jeffx342
    Sep 13, 10:33 PM
    I wouldn't buy a pc again because of the OS

    I baught windows XP Pro $200
    let me tell ya not even worth a penny

    1. Microsoft has rights to access your computer (disclaimer)
    2. Internal errors in IE 6 (no line found 140)
    3. Windows Xp Uses too much recourses
    4. Something always screws up
    5. you delete a system file by accident windows wont log you in
    6. you have to download Drivers for every little thing
    7. Movie maker Sucks on XP
    8. Media player isn't really that good
    9. I feel like I am handicaped when im using XP, (goofy looking Icons)
    10. Setting up a network can be a biatch*
    11. not responsive enough
    12. Ms Office Xp sucks compared to Mac edition
    13. Freezes alot
    14. Doesn't look pretty like Os X

    Looking forward to getting a Mac...

    Oct 9, 03:21 PM
    Of course they are less expensive. No packaging, no media, no store space, no shipping required.

    They should be less expensive.

    If they were the same price this would be a serious problem. I still have a problem at the outrageous prices of CDs and DVDs because they are more expnsive than cassettes were, but cheaper to produce. It is all about greed and $$.

    Apple wants to make money too. but they eliminated some considerable costs.

    I knew if I scrolled down far enough I'd find someone that had already said exactly what I would have posted on this subject.

    May 3, 07:00 PM
    Welcome MacInside_Octo1 to the team.

    Your stats:

    thanks for joining!

    Oct 6, 12:39 PM
    You are pulling figures out of thin-air. Where is your proof that the reason Nokia and other manufactures aren't doing well is because they have more than one type of phone?

    No no, I'm not saying that's why but thats their business model and its not working.

    Nov 14, 03:05 PM
    Well, let's see... the Zune comes out today. The iPod has been out for about 5 years (?) now. So it took Apple 5 years to have them integrate with airplanes. Shame on Apple for not innovating quicker. Shame, shame, shame. And shame on MS for not innovating quicker too. The Zune's only been out, what,... a few hours and it still can't integrate with planes? Shame on MS. :rolleyes:

    Seriously.... what's with all this Zune bashing? This story isn't even about the Zune, yet someone just had to post something about it. I'm not defending MS or anyone. It's just that I get's pretty redundant when everyone praises Apple and bashes on everyone else (especially MS), like Apple can do no wrong. I bet you haven't even played with a Zune yet. It's like people who say they don't like Japanese food or something. And when asked if they've tried it, they say no. How the hell do you know whether you like somethinig or not when you haven't even tried it yet?

    Apple fan boys...... :rolleyes:

    i can tell you:
    ms has stolen 13 years of my life with bluescreens and driver installations and because ms won't pay me for the time i spent having fun with their "os" i just love to laugh about their try to copy apple and fail, as they did for the last 20 years.

    Apr 12, 01:45 PM
    Again, those are majorities singling out a minority. You don't expect a group of hispanic men to jump a korean man if there's more korean's than hispanic's on the street corner. Likewise, blacks are the majority in a black ghetto. It's just that, when you look at the country as a whole, they are the minority.

    Ok. What about a white woman walking through a white neighbor hood. Passes a hispanic man who beats her because she is white.

    Not racist?


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