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  • oldwatery
    Oct 18, 04:34 PM
    Nice results especially as the street was forcasting around 50cents.

    �Looking forward, 2007 is likely to be one of the most exciting new product years in Apple�s history.�

    Oh yeh! I can't wait.:D

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  • Lennholm
    Apr 22, 08:36 AM
    If you clear your cache and refresh, you'd see the image you are hotlinking to isn't displaying. ;)

    Its just a low res image saying go to "my digital life".

    Oh, I see. Yeah that's what I saw in the quote of my post but I saw the correct one in my original so I thought that worked. Haha huge fail on me trying to get a point across.
    Oh well, if you don't know what the WMP play icon looks like, this one should work: http://cirruswinery.argh.se/dropbox/images.jpg

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  • Keleko
    Apr 7, 09:49 PM
    Well, considering you have posted a few shots from Hop-town, I am about 99.999% sure where it is, but I'll play along and see if anyone else has a guess. I may just have a slightly unfair advantage, even though I have never been to this site specifically ;)

    Looks like no one else does. Jefferson Davis Monument in Fairview, KY.

    This is a really powerful shot. Great composition. I think the only thing that could make it better would perhaps be a little fill flash on the statues. I've really been enjoying your work. Just curious, if you don't mind me asking, what brought you to Hopkinsville? That's quite a ways from Atlanta.

    It's my old Kentucky home! Born and raised here. :) I was trying for HDR on the statues, but they still came out too dark because of the bright sky.

    Mine for today. Taken at the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5148/5596364177_5b3278e919.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/48874590@N02/5596364177/)
    IMG_3158 (http://www.flickr.com/photos/48874590@N02/5596364177/) by Rusty2192 (http://www.flickr.com/people/48874590@N02/), on Flickr


    So, have you ever visited Patti's 1880's Settlement near Kentucky Lake dam? This duck has. :)

    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5309/5599017197_aeb573af7b_b.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/22077805@N07/5599017197/in/photostream/)

    If you want to see some of my other Kentucky (not just Hoptown) photos, they are in this set. I have more to process and upload still, too.


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  • Darlo770
    Apr 26, 12:02 PM
    Should have bloody known >:(

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  • Moyank24
    Apr 27, 12:21 PM
    I'm torn between joe and nies...But for now, I'll stick with my original vote. eldiablojoe

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  • TwoSocEmBoppers
    Mar 17, 10:49 AM
    I got blk 16 and 32 wifi, and i want to trade for white plz let me know. Ty

    I'll trade you White 32GB Wifi for Black 32GB Wifi. PM me contact info.

    Brea had 15 wifi only.
    125+ people.

    That is so crazy. One day they receive 40-50 and the next 15 wifi. Rough. I can only imagine the line tomorrow as it will be Friday, people take off work, weekend, etc.

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  • netdog
    Jul 12, 03:34 AM
    I think that some of us may be overestimating the coolness of the player as the factor. While that worked in the early days, it may not now.

    Apple has in their favor the fact that many people now have ripped CDs and bought protected music in Apple formats. If that base is solid enough, Urge won't fly, and hence there won't be a large installed base of protected WMA files in search of a player. If a significant number of Vista users are just starting their collection, or building on existing MP3s, there is a very strong chance that they will do the easiest thing and buy protected WMA files from Urge. This could spell disaster for Apple, particularly if Microsoft is willing to replace any protected AAC files in people's collections free of charge.

    Finally, while in the early days of online music sales, it was the players and not the music downloads that drove the market, we are inevitably going to find that the players become the razor and the downloadable music the blades. Microsoft will probably price their player based on that model.

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  • hulugu
    Dec 4, 03:43 PM
    Yeah, when the poll was loading I expected 80-90% to be concerned about security, turns out only 40% are. So many ignorant "blissful" people that excuse Apple and think "It's Apple, of course it's safe". Obviously it's not. Ten serious exploits in about as many days of looking (they spent 30 days total, about an equal amount on linux and mac, and the rest on other OS's, so 10 should be right) and that is just scratching the surface. I was shocked that Apple actually had so many vulnerabilities, and for those that didn't find it scary that someone can install a program with kernel access simply by having you download their dmg file (not even opening it), well they're just being silly and need to realize that this is and some extremely bad things can happen if we are to go by that analysts words (saying OS X is not hot on security and that it is easy to find new hacks). :p

    Not at all. I voted no, and I did so because I've spent enough time reading through vulnerability assesments to know that <i>all</i> software has problems, therefore I tend not to light my hair on fire and run around screaming the sky is falling the minute someone finds a flaw or a vector of flaws like the MOKB. Instead, I pay attention to the results, take steps to mitigate any possible problems, and then wait for the Security Update from Apple. The sooner the update happens, like the quick fix for the iAdware flaw, the happier I am.

    Furthermore, one of the MOKB flaws is just a bug and is not actually a security vulnerability. The dmg vulnerability, wherein a malformed disk image can crash OS X and during this inject uknown code, has been debunked according to this guy (http://alastairs-place.net/2006/11/dmg-vulnerability/).

    So, no I'm not concerned. I'm watchful, but I'm going to withhold the running and screaming and the Apple-better-*******-fix-this! rant until something serious happens.

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  • PghLondon
    May 1, 05:39 AM
    You do realize that there are a set of minimum requirements that an Android phone must adhere to to be granted access to Android Market?

    Yup, and that's irrelevant to the discussion. Phones that aren't granted access to that market are still counted as Android devices.

    I don't know how long you have been into Smartphones but smartphone marketshare has always been calculated this way, even in the old days of Symbian and Windows Mobile which also ran on non smart phone PDA's.PDA's were excluded from smart phone market share despite running the same OS.

    "Smartphone OS" market share has been around before Android and iOS even existed as a platform and isnt some tool to belittle Apple's perceived performance in any way. Its just a metric in a sea of metrics that count things to different cirteria.

    "Smartphone OS" is a totally meaningless metric. It's as useful as "laptop OS" versus "desktop OS". Yes, you can report on it, but it begs the question "why?". And the answer is (9 times out of 10) "to make us look good, even though we're losing the battle that really counts".

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  • HasanDaddy
    Mar 15, 03:41 AM
    and btw - I mentioned in another thread, but Fashion Island will be opening early at 9 AM, according to their sales people

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  • Razeus
    Apr 8, 02:59 PM

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  • AidenShaw
    Apr 27, 07:47 AM
    You always seem to forget that Tbolt is a dual bidirectional 10Gb/s channel technology, so in fact it can handle 4 SATA connections, 2 upstream and 2 downstream. With room to spare. On a single port.

    SATA is also bi-directional....

    No need to trash TBolt because it can't handle $50,000+ devices

    Pointing out that TBolt speed is of the same order of magnitude as SATA speed isn't trashing - it's countering some of the TBolt hype. Some people seem to think that TBolt is infinitely fast.

    Agree with you that the real promise of TBolt is to bring PCIe expansion to systems without PCIe slots.

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  • rusty2192
    Apr 14, 10:00 PM
    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5107/5617511987_6e779f0f17.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/48874590@N02/5617511987/)
    IMG_3839 (http://www.flickr.com/photos/48874590@N02/5617511987/) by Rusty2192 (http://www.flickr.com/people/48874590@N02/), on Flickr

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  • Ridley
    Apr 17, 10:25 PM
    It was a video released on 4/8/2011.
    I cant link it since CNET doesnt actually show URL for videos.
    Go to Cnet, Videos, Apple Byte, and it will be the second video on the list.

    Yea, I have been corrected in that, but the argument on GPU still stands.

    Awesome, thanks! Again, really hoping for the June release. I posted before that in my biased opinion, I think it makes a lot of sense to get a new Air in time for the college discount program (i reckon the college demographic is aware of Intel's core duo vs i5 / i7 marketing) especially since i'd imagine the the Air has much higher margins than MBPs.

    Regarding the graphics capabilities, you can't use the Samsung as a benchmark because of how differently OSX and Windows behave. I'd be really surprised if Apple didn't have some sort of trick, either hardware, or drivers to beat the current graphics capability at least on paper or some obscure benchmark. Even if they didn't, the amount of time you'd benefit from a better GPU over better CPU would be miniscule in almost all tasks like iLife programs, 99% of applications and even Photoshop (despite being gpu accelerated). If you are playing games... i might be able to see the argument.

    Though personally if I were really into games or encoding stuff with badda boom or cuda or something I wouldn't be interested in an Air. I know a lot of people still are it seems from these boards, that's fine, i'm just weighing my personal opinion on the matter and would MUCH prefer better CPU.

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  • Moyank24
    Apr 27, 12:18 AM
    How did I become Plutonius' most-likely-a-ww vote on the very first day? I've been a WW before, and a Special before, making me anything but a Villager would be pretty obvious.

    You do know that our roles are assigned via random.org right?

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  • Markleshark
    Jan 28, 02:05 AM
    hp mini 1030nr for $95 :D

    Researching hackintoshing capabilities now

    It's a good choice for Hackintoshing.

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  • fyrefly
    Apr 19, 01:20 AM
    If the new AIR is using the same Sandy Bridge processor as the Samsung series 9, you'll be sorely disappointed with its graphics performance.


    3DMark is less than half of the Air (2188 vs 4611)

    WOW ran at a miserable 14fps at 1366x768 res compared to the Air that runs at 53fps at 1440x900. Battery life is worse as well.

    We knew all this Graphics stuff already like a month ago from the Engadget review.

    They said the Series 9 gets 25 mins less battery life (http://www.engadget.com/2011/03/28/samsung-series-9-900x-laptop-review/).

    PCMag says the Series 9 gets almost an hour MORE battery life (http://www.pcmag.com/image_popup/0,1740,iid=291739,00.asp). These reviews are all over the place, and only tell part of the story.

    Yes, the graphics (aka Gaming) performance will be less. But it seems on par or better than the 9400m, which people use just fine every day in the 2008/2009 MBA/MB/MBP's.

    And regarding Battery life - we have no idea what Voodoo Apple puts into the power optimization of it's laptops.

    All we can empirically say at this point is that the (U)LV i5/i7 chips with IGP consume about 21W TDP, which is less than the SL9400/9600+320m combo which some have pegged at over 30W TDP. The laws of physics seem to dictate that since it draws up to 10W less power and would (presumably) have the same battery, a SB MBA would have more battery life than a C2D MBA.

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  • mKizzo
    Apr 13, 08:33 PM
    One of my mates in Taiwan actually got a white conversion kit for his iPhone4. I took a look last week and was actually dissapointed. It looks kind of cheap & gimmicky. And I don't believe that's related to the quality of the conversion. This was performed using genuine apple components and in that respect the fit and finish was perfect.

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  • silentnite
    Apr 24, 02:37 AM
    For all the T-Mobile users just keep your fingers crossed and hope that the merger doesn't pass. wouldn't it be really nice to finally have an iphone at an affordable rate.:o

    Jul 25, 10:08 AM
    look at the bottom of http://www.apple.com/mightymouse

    what's this?

    Mighty Mouse � Viacom International Inc. All Rights Reserved.

    i thought apple made them :S

    Never heard of the cartoon character Mighty Mouse (Here he comes to save the daaaaaaayyyyyyyyy!!!!!). Apple had to license the name from Viacom.

    Apr 14, 06:21 PM
    Why don't you start reading things before making your incendiary comments?

    Reading what ? Someone trying to say TB is an evolution of Fiber Channel when it does nothing of what Fiber Channel is actually used for ? Have you even ever used Fiber channel ?

    Apr 12, 09:26 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I believe this b/c Darlymple and Gruber belies this.

    Jun 8, 04:57 PM
    If I leave $1,000 in cash on the street in front of my house, should I blame the government for not helping me when that money gets taken?

    Well, if you leave it on the street, that's equivalent to discarding it. That's not an analogous situation here. Leaving it on your porch, which is still private property, would be more analogous. Getting your car stolen because you left it in a bad neighborhood would be still more analogous. In the car scenario, where you have a piece of property that's extremely traceable, then of course the police should (and would) help you recover it.

    The "misclick to buy an app" scenario is even easier and simpler, and it's much less irresponsible than any of these other hypotheticals. I'd guess that 90% or more of iPhone users have a credit card linked to their iTunes account. You believe that there is an unlimited ceiling on how much money someone should lose as a result of linking a credit card to their account. If there were an app that cost a million dollars, and someone misclicked and bought it, you apparently believe it's right and good that they spend the rest of their life paying it off. I'm glad that Apple disagrees with you.

    The notion that people shouldn't link their accounts to iTunes or shouldn't authorize large purchases (incidentally, if they followed your $1000 rule, they'd be out of luck if the app cost $900 rather than $1000, yes?) because Apple should just tell them to f off if they misclick like this...why? What's the benefit? How hard is it to give a refund? If it's really important, have them come to an Apple store and show that they didn't install the app.

    Had you or someone else made the case that this was a mistake, just maybe a $20 mistake or even a $50 mistake rather than a $1000 mistake, then I'd say that's reasonable enough. I am not saying that people should take no personal responsibility for these sorts of mistakes. But $1000 is just crazy when these mistakes are as simple as a couple of clicks.



    Apr 22, 09:09 AM
    yeah, apple are stupid....they havnt got a clue what they are doing have they... :rolleyes:

    No clue at all. Have you seen that apple phone? It is the most expensive phone in the world and it doesn't appeal to business customers!

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