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  • LethalWolfe
    Apr 29, 03:03 PM
    Apple pays 70% straight to the record companies, which would be $0.90. If Amazon pays the same, then they have $0.21 loss before they even start. Or Amazon gets different prices than Apple, which would need some explaining.
    I wouldn't be surprised if it was a loss leader nor would I be surprised if different retailers had different costs associated with the products they sell. The local gas station, Wal-mart, and Costco typically don't pay the same price for the products they sell and I don't see why the online retail game would be any different.


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  • awmazz
    Mar 11, 10:15 AM
    And that's what bugs me. That's the only time I can think of on TV where they actually pulled a switcheroo instead of having the character killed or sending him or her on a long trip to visit Aunt Edna in Schenectady.

    D'oh, how could I forget Zev Bellringer in LEXX played by Eva Habermann. Who became Xev Bellringer played by Xenia Seeberg.

    Not really the same though as simply dropping a new actor in the same role without skipping a beat, as being sci-fi they could regenerate her in a different body. And what a body. Both of them. I preferred Zev myself, sad to see her go.

    Dr Who has been using this technique for decades. ;)

    Also, slightly different situation as well, every time they make a TV series out of a successful movie they swap the actors in the same roles. Nearly all of them in most cases. M*A*S*H and Stargate for example. Radar and Father Mulcahy were the only two to remain the same in M*A*S*H I think. And only the two characters from the planet of Abidos in Stargate if I recall.

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  • griz
    Jun 7, 03:33 PM
    I say they should have kept it. Let him study up, take the bar, become a lawyer and pay for it himself.

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  • nick004
    Oct 24, 08:12 AM
    Whats the shipping times?

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  • Mord
    Apr 24, 02:06 PM
    I'm going to ask a dumb question here: if the victim had already undergone the surgery, then how could the perpetrators know the victim was genetically male? I'm not trying to be snarky, but there's a logical disconnect, unless I'm missing something.

    Surgery isn't a magic wand.

    Some transgender people "pass" better than others. It's not just transgender people who have their gender challenged either, it happens plenty to anyone that appears gender ambiguous.

    Bullies latch onto any and all perceived insecurity and take advantage of it, in this case it had profoundly unpleasant consequences.

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  • mkjj
    Jul 25, 09:00 AM
    But judging by the US price its gonna be a good �50+ :eek:

    �49 inc VAT. not too bad, my original BT mouse was �59 when first released, just remember the old days of Mac mice and KB's, �250 for the Adjustable Keyboard!!! even a basic was �50!

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 27, 06:58 PM
    I'll get right on it! and try to oc it some, once I figure out how :o

    I should finish my first bigadv wu sometime around 10 cst tonight.

    sounds good! you'll really stack up on points then! what kind of motherboard do you have with the 920?

    also, how are your amd machines doing?

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  • DaBlackMamba
    Mar 17, 10:24 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I'm at mv but they apparently don't know how many they will have till 11 till they get their shipment probably bs since the other days they were able to tell us their stock around now

    As of now they said they have 0 but at max they will have 30. No specific models.

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  • Lixivial
    Aug 18, 03:40 PM
    This kind of thing can't be too far off. A 75 mhz Performa could do it in a rudimentary way. Imagine what a modern Mac may be able to do. "Speakeasy" has a nice ring to it.

    Have you ever used "Speakable Items" in OS X? When it works, which, in my experience, on Intel Macs is a big if, it is remarkably flexible and wonderful. It's a refined version of Mac OS 8 thru 9's, but has been neglected, I think. It's not to the point where you are talking about, but if Apple dedicated an entire team to it, I believe we could see it in a couple of point releases.

    You can already attach it to almost any system and application command, applescripts, hotkeys (cmd-A), menus, etc but its biggest problem is voice recognition (and stability). If they could work these kinks out, then I'd expect it to be a very refined and usable piece of software.

    Speaking of which, does anyone with the preview and an Intel Mac know how well Speakable Items performs? I have hopes because of Steve's presentation on improvements to "Universal Access."

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 28, 09:43 AM
    This is the important part:

    Apple's iPhone 4 ranked as the top-selling mobile phone in the U.S. during the quarter, and perhaps most surprisingly, the iPhone 3GS took second place in the rankings. Despite essentially being a nearly two-year-old device . . .

    That speaks volumes.

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 23, 12:01 PM
    So many people just love to see every issue from the Apple perspective. There are people who get paid for that. Should not you - as a consumer - care more about the gadget you want than Apple success?

    But you're dealing with Apple customers, they sacrifice themselves for the good of the company.

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  • clukas
    Mar 31, 11:24 AM
    Dont like it. Simple as. Do it again apple, you can do better.

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  • Apple Corps
    Apr 12, 10:59 AM
    That doesn't say anything remotely similar to "envisioned by apple.". In fact, it suggests the opposite - intel thought of it, and Apple helped "bring it to market."


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  • dongmin
    Aug 15, 03:18 PM
    � Finder Prefs (http://images.macrumors.com/downloads/findergrid.png) - Grid spacingYes! Welcome to the 21th century, Apple. About time. The current grid spacing is one of my biggest OS X peeves.

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  • qtx43
    Apr 12, 01:47 PM
    4G data for tethering (probably unlimited when in 4g) as well as a better screen (Not more pixels, just sharper pixels with better color balance. Perhaps a bigger screen.)
    Hmm...the display is already outstanding. I suppose it will probably have 4g, but what if it doesn't? Still upgrading sight unseen? No doubt there will be improvements, but exactly which parts they are nobody knows.

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  • WilliamG
    Apr 29, 12:20 AM
    My guess is the white one has to be thicker to alleviate the light leakage issue that was rumored/reported. Still sneaky of Apple to advertise it as the same thickness as the black one...

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  • Reason077
    Apr 14, 04:26 AM
    Once you get over the delusion of Macs running iOS apps

    You might just have to get over your delusion that this is a delusion ;)

    Imagine cleaning fingerprint smudges off a 27" iMac display. I hope Apple doesn't go there, and I don't think they will.

    Right, they won't go there. But what if UIKit (aka Cocoa Touch) was ported to OS X, so that it was easier to write a universal app that runs on both iOS devices and Macs?

    Obviously developers would still have some work to do to port their apps, much like porting an iPhone app to iPad, but having much the same UI APIs available on both platforms would make everything a lot easier.

    One might give such a technology a codename like "iX", and announce it at an upcoming developers conference.

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  • MagnusVonMagnum
    Nov 23, 03:37 PM
    There is a safe way to run Flash apps on iOS: package the Flash as an iOS app. If there are actually Flash apps that users can't live without, this is the safe way to provide those Flash apps on iOS machines. Apple will distribute those apps with a 70/30 split of the sale price to the developer. If the developer wants to make the software free, Apple will freely distribute the software to anyone who wants it.

    I'll say this one last time. Flash is not an app! It's a method of delivering content on a web site. You cannot make iOS "apps" to replace a web page dude. As long as there are Flash only web sites, there will be a demand for Flash plugins. This Skyfire app is proof of that. I won't bother arguing anymore about the other things as it's a complete waste of my time.

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  • illbeback
    Apr 16, 03:49 PM
    MacBook Air from late 2010 now boots standard with 64-bit Kernel and Extensions enabled!
    Why would you need 64 bit for a MBA? To fly off those huge sample libraries that the processor would lock up over?
    64 bit is only for massive memory allocations and a MBA doesn't even have the CPU to pull it off... :rolleyes:

    May 3, 08:42 AM
    You need some strong suction cups to remove the screen (the whole back chassis is one piece, the only access is via the screen) and more importantly a dust-free environment, otherwise when you put the screen back on (or rather the glass pane in front of the actual screen) you can easily trap dust between the glass and the monitor.
    The difficult thing is the dust-free environment.

    So, no, it isn't possible for the "non-geek" OP. ;)

    Jan 26, 03:05 PM
    Just received this AEBS from another member!

    May 3, 09:02 AM
    That was the case for the previous 21.5" too. The smaller enclosure can only fit 2 DIMM slots while the larger 27" can fit 4 DIMM slots.

    Given it's Sandy Bridge, curious if that means the 27" might be able to take 32GB.

    Apr 15, 05:02 PM
    Safari seems even more snappier.

    Apr 25, 11:45 AM
    Sorry was not trying to be too sexist there and not no they do not always need to be under the protection of a man.
    It is more one of those depending on the area. Most areas it is not really a big deal but in others it would be a better idea. It is just one of many tools in a rather large inventor to help manage your risk profile.
    It ones of those it depends things.

    Sure, I get your point and it's a valid one.

    It makes me glad I live in such a relatively safe city.

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