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  • Rodimus Prime
    Oct 3, 01:41 AM
    Do some research on what tall buildings do to cell towers/signal and the ability for your phone to handle constant hand-offs between thousands of towers. Trust me, sky scrapers make it impossible for Verizons, T-mobile, or any other carriers service to be much better than the rest. The other carriers are just better about hiding their shortcomings from the public.

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    No he is right. They all struggle with sky scrapers. Verizon happens to use a stronger signal than AT&T so it cuts threw building a little better but on top of that Verizon does not have to deal with towers being over loaded by iPhone users.
    Most of the drop calls happen during tower hand offs and if the tower you need to be handed off to is max out well your call gets dropped.

    Now if you want example of Verizon problems I was getting dropped calls all the time for months a few years ago with verizon and dump them for sprint.

    As for example of building problems on another carrier sprint I could give you a this strip on campus about 50'x50' that as soon as you walked into it your call would drop. Same area multiple sprint phones multiple calls. Just a random dead zone on campus for sprint. AT&T had at least one spot on campus that was almost the exact same way. Skyscrappers make it insane for all carriers to deal with and on top of that you have tons of tower hand offs.

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  • Darlo770
    May 3, 07:54 AM
    I have a question...

    Even now they have Thunderbolt, I suppose we'd still require expensive video converters to be able to use the (27") iMac as a display for an Xbox 360/PS3?

    I don't suppose Thunderbolt means we can now just use a simple cable adaptor or something, no?

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  • okwhatev
    Apr 14, 11:48 PM
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    iBooks appears broken with the 4.3.2 redsnow jailbreak. Anyone else see this? Everything else runs fine, and like everyone else has commented, it seems snappier.

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  • benhollberg
    May 1, 10:32 PM
    CNN says the Pakistan government had a part in the killing of Bin Laden.

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  • ChrisA
    Jul 11, 03:02 PM
    [The Microsoft music player could be a huge success if Microsoft wants it to be. MS could offer them at such a low price they they would sell fast. Of course MS would loose a pile of money on each unit but why would they care if the goal is to run the competition out of bussenis. A $50 player with 10 GB of space would pretty much kill the iPod.

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  • IJ Reilly
    Jul 12, 10:59 PM
    ... anyway, this can be accomplished in Pages, but it requires a bit of creativity. Start with a custom page size (5.5 x 8.5 presumably). Lay out your booklet on these pages. Then, when printing the pdf, output 2-up. Reordering the pages into the correct order for printing is a bit of trick, but once you know the order, the pages can be dragged where they belong in the thumbnail viewer. This is really a job for a good page layout application, not a word processor of any kind. I sure wouldn't trust it to a Word Wizard.

    Also, anyone who'd send a Word document to a printer with the expectation of good results is not anyone who I'd mistake for knowing the first thing about graphic arts or printing.

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  • mrkjsn
    Oct 27, 06:37 PM
    Stolen from a Mini forum. I want one exactly in this configuration minus the white stripes. There's about a .000000001% I might pick one up for Christmas. :D

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  • Michael Scrip
    May 5, 02:16 AM
    You have to realize one thing. Without market share, company like Apple can not make profit.

    Yeah... you have to sell products to make money... but nothing says you have to have the most market share in order to make money.

    Let's say Android gets 35% of the market... and Apple only has 25% of the market...

    Apple still can sell 20 million iPhones in a quarter and makes a crap-ton of money doing it. That's what I've been saying all along!

    Read my other comments here and elsewhere... I HATE market share arguments. It infuriates me every time there is a headline saying "Android beats Apple" and "Android Grows while Apple Stalls"

    It's crazy to compare the two anyway... Apple and Google have completely different business models.

    My next phone will be an iPhone... I don't care if Android phones outsell the iPhone 2-to-1

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  • DeathChill
    Apr 23, 06:37 PM
    Wouldn't it be nice for you guys if iPhone 5 came out on every carrier?

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  • CFreymarc
    Apr 13, 10:36 PM
    Big deal.

    I swear Apple got more market share over the publicity about the delay than the actual delivery of the product. Remind me to delay a custom color of a new product so the press can bitch about it too. Well played in The Loop, well played!

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  • SciFrog
    Nov 23, 03:03 PM
    yeah i know. i read that they would add them, but if they haven't by now, i don't think they will

    Strange it hasn't been done yet. It would help as we struggle to take on ClubLexus as they have raised their production very close to our level.

    On another note, it looks like the Gulftown 6 core that will be next in the Mac Pro are screaming. It will be hard to resist getting a 12 core machine (24 with hyperthreading) unless the price is ridiculous. Should be good for 60k PPD ;)

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  • super-cool
    Aug 19, 03:44 AM
    What is with all the pop up warning on safari. Warning you have tabs open do you want to quit? Warning, you have text if field do you want to quit? You know what? I don't press apple-q on accident, in fact I'd say you'd have to do that on purpose. All these pop-up and confirms, well I fear it's become more windows like if you will. Pretty soon no one will read the things. I sure hope you can turn the things off, or hope they change it.

    For those who remember, when apple had an early release or beta of OS X, they put the apple logo right in the middle of the top bar, not to mention it did nothing and was completely non functional. Glad they didn't go with that. I'm hoping they do away with these confirm buttons

    Can't an OS be simple to use anymore?

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  • logandzwon
    May 3, 08:28 AM
    store is broken, I can't get into the iMac section to order one =(

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  • mahonmeister
    Dec 1, 02:51 PM
    I have to agree with a lot of the people here who are concerned with security. Part of the reason OS X seemed so secure was because no one tested it. Now that we have Intel chips and a growing market share, vulnerabilities are being exploited. The day that I have to go out and buy virus protection for OS X is the day I consider going back to Windows. Vista looks like OS X so switching wouldn't be as big a pain.:)

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  • Melrose
    Mar 9, 08:16 AM
    The man is trying so hard to be Lindsey Lohan..

    He's really whacked. Reminds me of the ending of Sunset Boulevard, with Gloria Swanson descending the stairs.. "Alright Mr Demille, I'm ready for my closeup!"

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  • mh81
    Sep 14, 08:58 PM
    I bought these after I saw Jamie Foxx wearing them.

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  • Snowy_River
    Jul 12, 06:21 PM
    Well thats fine and I understand many people don't need a professional app. But this person was complaining about a consumer app "Pages" not having all the features that he needed. Yet he claims vehemently that Pages can fully replace Word

    Says who? I have used both and frankly I like Word better for handling graphics. Pages is great if your images work with your templates but if they don't you have to fart around with locking and unlocking, grouping and ungrouping, and it is extremely tedious.

    You must not be able to read. Snowy clearly states that .pdf doesn't work for him because it doesn't allow double sided printing.

    Look, I am not trying to say Pages is useless. It is a very nice "Consumer level" app. Yes, some pros could make use of it but some pros could also use VI in the terminal window too. Does that mean that it is as useful or has the same features as the "Pro App" MS Word. No.:rolleyes:

    Well, it seems that you didn't read my earlier posts. I'm not complaining that Pages doesn't have all the features that I need. I'm asking if there was a way to do what I was trying to do. The answer was yes, and it was quite straight forward.

    Also, I take it that you didn't read what I said about the idea of there being "professional" and "consumer" apps. I think it's BS. These are just tools. In fact, based on the argument that Pages isn't a "professional" app because it can't handle printing this way, then MS Word hasn't been a "professional" app until the latest version, because it couldn't either. That's the problem. Where do you draw the line and say "if it can do XYZ then it's a professional app, if it can't then it isn't"?

    And, yes, PDF will work fine for me. I was objecting to PDF because I was trying to basically "print" my booklet myself to a PDF file that could simply be printed on any printer by any minimum wage employee. But, as was pointed out, print shops have nice big fancy printers run by people who know what they're doing (at least in theory) that will take a simple, sequential PDF file and properly print it to the correct panel and correct side automatically. It probably works much better than MS Word does, and, by letting someone who works with it all day long do their job, it relieves me of one more thing that I have to worry about figuring out how to do. So, PDF will work for me.

    Now, can we drop this whole "professional" vs. "consumer" app business? Lord knows, Pages is quite capable of producing very professional results. I've done it. Just because it doesn't have all of the features that MS Word has doesn't mean it isn't or can't be used as a professional application.

    An analogy just leapt to mind. In the world of Mechanical CAD, there are a lot of programs out there that you can use. One example is Pro-Engineer. This is a top of the line product and you can actually spend more than $100,000 on a single licensed seat (tricked out with a lot of add-ons). There is no doubt that this is a professional application (if only because no consumer in his right mind would spend the money on it). In comparison, consider something like AutoCAD. AutoCAD costs a measly $1400, and it has nowhere near the capabilities of ProE. So, by your logic, AutoCAD must not be a "professional" app, but a "consumer" app.

    I've known a lot of engineers that would find such an assertion highly offensive.

    So, it all comes back to the point that these are tools. It's what the tool is used for that makes it a professional tool or a consumer tool. And I'd guess that MS Word is used quite a bit as a consumer tool, and Pages is being used as a professional tool, too.

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  • gr8whtd0pe
    Jan 31, 08:32 AM
    I have to ask... :zipsupflamesuit: whats an iTouch? :rolleyes:

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  • rusty2192
    Apr 1, 03:36 PM
    I accidentally posted this over in the March thread first by accident forgetting that its April already. I guess that makes me the April Fool :cool:

    Anyway, here is mine for the day. It's a sculpture thingy. (

    I'm planning on heading to the Game Farm (like a zoo run by the Department of Fish and Wildlife) tomorrow morning, so hopefully I will have a bunch of new stuff to share.

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    Apr 28, 06:15 PM
    This whole debate is a clever conspiracy by Apple, trying to get us each to buy two iPhones just so we can line them up. Come to think of it, I did buy two iPhones so their plan is working!

    Apr 28, 01:47 PM
    Nokia is dying.

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    Jan 26, 02:18 PM
    Bought a 4 pack of the "Daylight" type of bulb...what a major difference in lighting, soft white sucks

    May 2, 02:33 AM
    ...I'm ultimately rather ambivalent about the affair. Killing a bad man neither undoes what he as done, nor justifies everything we've done over the last decade of pursuing him and his organization. Politicians and partisans will bicker and squabble over who gets the credit, but there really is less credit to go around than the media would have us believe. We'll all wake up tomorrow with the same problems we had before bin Laden died.

    Surely every thoughtful person has mixed feelings when reflecting on the events of the last ten years? Let's not get carried away.

    This. I'm a little worried that those chanting USA, USA don't realize how much finally killing Bin Laden has cost us and how dangerous the blowback could be.

    Afghanistan will remain a determined mess, while Pakistan teeters. Thousands are dead, thousands more see the US as the power behind the buzzsaw death of wedding parties. We have not won.

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