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  • alphaod
    Apr 26, 01:31 PM
    Amazon "One Click" not only use generic words but also patents obvious methods.

    Actually, it would 1-Click ;)

    In formal writing, one should always write out the words for all numbers one through ten.

    "1 click" would be unacceptable in proper English writing.




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  • lordonuthin
    Apr 15, 12:37 PM
    haha, thanks. yeah i think i moved into 3rd yesterday or the day before. yeah looking forward to 3 digits. i just gotta get this other system up and running. i really need to rearrange my gpus again, but just haven't had the time

    According to the official stats (http://fah-web.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/main.py?qtype=userpage&teamnum=3446&username=twoodcc) you already are at 3 digits for overall rank, congrats!




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  • KonaBlend
    Apr 12, 10:19 PM
    This is so that each eye receives 24fps for 3d. So finally 3d will now look like a 3d "movie" rather than a 3d flip book.

    err that would be 48 fps for each eye. the current 24 fps for each eye is what Cameron wants to improve upon.




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  • chinesechikn
    Mar 26, 08:19 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)




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  • Coolvirus007
    Jul 18, 11:15 AM
    A major consumer announcement at a developers conference? Not gonna happen. End of story!


    I agree with this comment. There is no way a developer conference would be used as an announcement for ipods




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  • kingtj
    Aug 29, 01:06 PM
    I think you hit on the key thing here! The target audience for the Mac Mini is starting to break down into 2 camps. One is the niche user who wants it for a homebrew media center setup. They like the faster, more powerful Minis - even if they cost a few hundred bucks extra.

    The far larger target group, however, is the home user on a budget. The people I know who have interest in a Mini as their next computer are currently using 1-2 generation old Windows PCs that they bought used to begin with a couple years ago. They need to type letters, surf the Inet and check their email. They want to download pictures out of a digital camera and print copies, but they don't need fast 3D graphics for games. (They're the types who enjoy the little web-based games from GameHouse or PopCap, or Windows Solitaire.)

    They like the promise of greater "ease of use" with OS X and a Mac, and less threat of viruses. They also like the small form-factor case, since they tend to stick their computer on a small desk or card table, as opposed to a nice computer desk purchased just for that purpose.

    These people want a low price... not a "next generation CPU". I actually think it would be good if Apple could use the Mini as their system that helps them dispose of "old stock" spare parts and start selling it for a $349.95 and up price point.


    Hope they bring back the $499 price point, Merom or not




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  • Small White Car
    Apr 12, 09:58 PM
    My thoughts exactly!. As a owner of FCP 7 (and the rumord price drop for FCP X) How much will the upgrade cost? Price speculation time!

    Don't know what the price will be but I'm nearly positive there will be no 'upgrade' price.

    Apple seems to be moving to the app-store model where you pay less at first but then you pay the same for every upgrade.

    iLife has done this for years and now Aperture is doing the same thing. Frankly, I prefer it to the old way.




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  • Tailpike1153
    Mar 24, 01:14 PM
    Interesting. No complaints from me.




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  • ipedro
    Jan 3, 07:57 PM
    do u consider the september update an update?

    The September update was clearly a small boost to carry the iPod through Christmas without revealing the whole enchilada.

    Apple has a whole strategy involving multimedia and communication and it shows in all their latest moves. I have no doubt that the iPod and an iPhone (maybe they're the same thing) along with iTV will play a major part in all that.

    Just a few days to go.




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  • CFreymarc
    Apr 2, 08:25 PM
    I much prefer this approach to advertising, the "If you don't have an iPhone" ad was just horrible.

    Not really. Different products. The smartphone market is one ups manship show off the functions of your phone trying to impress someone or get laid. Yes, the latter has happened! It is easy to carry a smartphone and "whip it out" as you try to get into a position to whip out other things.

    The tablet market is more about function and utility. Due to its size, you have to make a conscience effort to carry it with you as you have a task in mind. Those who don't well, look like geeks.




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  • Fishrrman
    Mar 31, 11:21 AM
    Questions:

    Is "developer preview 2" the same upgrade that shows up with Software Update (using the developer preview 1)?

    That was only about 2mb in size -- downloaded and installed in a matter of a few minutes.

    After installation, it shows up as "build 11A390".

    Is this the actual "dp2", or does the whole thing have to be downloaded and re-installed?




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  • Peterkro
    Mar 21, 06:09 PM
    Run! Run for the collines!

    Grim but accurate.




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  • NebulaClash
    Sep 14, 09:16 AM
    Does Consumer Reports stop recommending automobile purchases? Because you know if there is an issue with a car, the manufacturer will issue a recall. If you are affected, you have to take it into a dealer where it will be fixed. The onus is on the owner of the car, for crying out loud! The auto manufacturers should go house to house providing the fix for free to all cars, whether their owners report a problem or not!

    Wait, you mean Consumer Reports does not hold the auto manufacturers to the same artificial standard they hold Apple to? How amazing...




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  • Chef Medeski
    Jul 14, 11:23 AM
    If we are gonna base the present of potential then logically you should be going for Holographic disc since they have potential to bring out a single layer 300 gb disc at the end of 2006...

    Or is that what you meant by HVD?
    UMM... of course you should base desicions on the potential of a system, of course within a timeframe. I mean the potential of my Powerbook isn't nearly as great as a MacBook Pro, so that why I wouldn't buy a Powerbook right now ;) . Its not based on cost, cause I can get a powerbook at much less, but just the fact that while the MacBook is only faster for universal apps, so really its mostly slower due to rosetta, and it has no other upgrades..... well there seems to be little advantage to pick it .... OHH WAIT it has the potential to be much faster in the future.... I forgot about that...




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  • Fuzzputer
    Jan 3, 02:10 PM
    Hi,

    I have had a look at Macrumor's buyers guide. Except for the MacBook that is even very new, everything else is apparently only half way through its life cycle. So it would really be surprising if something got updated. Is this even more of a reason to expect someting REALLY NEW??:eek:




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  • Flowbee
    Jan 11, 09:27 PM
    i personaly would go wiht the ipod becuse it is made by apple witch...

    Apple witch?




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  • macfan881
    Sep 7, 09:48 AM
    guys trust me i know steve will not disapoint on this im sure we had our doubts when we had the musc store im sure come tuesday night we will think steve is god lol




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  • Akula971
    Aug 25, 09:44 AM
    I really do wish to see a mini or something similar with more power. At the moment I have a G4 mini (7200rpm disk, 1GB ram and overclocked to 1.58GHz), but I still need a little more power. What is my option at the moment, an Intel mini? I don't think I'd see much of a real difference, so it has to be a Mac Pro? Too much dosh. There has to be something in between for those that have a screen and keyboard, etc




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  • kokako
    Apr 26, 01:27 PM
    This annoys me, no way in hell should another plagerist company be allowed to ride apples high, why should they, c'mon mac users get behind apple on this one.
    On mac computers we've always had "Applications", windows have had "programs", when apple made the iPhone they put mini applications on it and called them Apps which is short for small Applications, so amazon call yours PROGS and call it a Progstore but don't STEAL man !remember the widgets on your macs they are where the idea for the Apps on Iphones came from, Windows came along and stole the Widgets idea and initially called them Gadgets but now every other copycat calls them Widgets too, the same is happening again man it's bull, apple sue these leeches all of them.




    dguisinger
    Aug 7, 07:53 AM
    Huh....so VM Ware finally got their act together; and its only pre-register for a future upcoming beta.

    ....you know, I'd have to say they dropped the ball on this one.
    parallels not only did the public beta first, they released a final product a full month before VMWare announced beta.....and is in the Apple Store, office depot, staples.... heck, its even in Apple's TV commercials.....

    VMWare might use to have had a good edge, but I think they lose out on the Mac oppurtunity.....




    63dot
    Jan 6, 10:13 AM
    If properly maintained, mileage holds no bounds! BMW's will go to 250k easy.


    Any car will go 250K miles if properly maintained, yet some cars would need more proper maintenance.

    There is nothing better looking on the inside and out as the new BMWs, and if I could have a company car for 5 years, it would be a BMW. But today's BMW (engine longevity wise) is not the same company in any way as the one who put together the very rugged 2002 model. There may not have been the same attention to looks and style, but what counted was that the engine was made to last forever. You wouldn't believe how many of those rusted out and ripped up 2002s there are out there, but they keep on going. Kids get them from their parents and soon grandkids will have them from their grandparents.

    That being said, today's automobile safety standards are far more strict. If I got hit, or crashed, I would want to be in a new BMW with airbags vs. an old BMW 2002. And I am sure the new BMW could simply kill the 2002 on a slalom course. And as far as chick magnets (or what some guys use as an accessory), the new BMWs have all the looks going for it.

    The maintenance on indestructible cars like the BMW 2002 series, and cars like my 70s/80s Volvo DL-GL series amounts to making sure the upholstery is not too ripped up and the rust is kept to a minimum (bondo, sanding, etc) but what you have is a car, as ugly as the weather and age can pit the hell out of it, which will go for 40 or 50 years without any major engine work. And to be fair, my mechanic says the new Volvo engines of the last decade are pretty fragile. A three year old Volvo engine appears to have more wear than my '84's engine according to him. Of course, the sheer durability and weight of my old Volvo engine does amount to a heavier car that doesn't handle any better than a school bus, and gets terrible mileage. ;)

    And when you look at where American cars used to be in terms of reliability compared to anything post 1970s, it's sad. Take a look at Cuba who got left behind after Fidel Castro. Many of the cars people have that are still running are 1950s American cars, back when America used to build everlasting cars.




    viperguy
    Aug 29, 01:55 PM
    LoL
    The discussion in thinksecret is so fun at the moment, you can't even imagine how.
    Basically everyone was talkin about it's video card, how it should be upgraded and things like that
    But then these messages came into topic

    User1
    I think the Mac mini has a future as long as they can get a better video output and a DVR.

    User2
    It'd be great if they added a nuclear reactor.

    User3
    Will it include a pony?

    Coments? Mine: LOL




    steve2112
    Apr 11, 07:37 PM
    With the exception of about two years, I have been driving manuals for about 20 years. I don't know how much longer I will be driving one, as the selection is getting limited. Also, most of the models I have been considering are auto-only, or only have a manual available on the absolute cheapest models (2012 Ford Focus, for example). Also, I have a nagging back injury that that flairs up every now and then. Driving in very heavy traffic in my current car can cause some pain. A couple of years ago, I got caught in a nasty jam in Dallas and I could barely walk the next day. It sucks.

    Edit: Forgot to mention this Cool Story, Bro: To show how much I like manuals, when looking to buy a Mazda6, I hunted for months to find the ever-elusive V6/Manual tranny combo. I was looking at used models, so I was at the mercy of the market. I always seemed to miss them when I would find one. I really wanted the car, so I had finally resigned myself to getting the auto, when I stumbled across one by accident. I was at the dealer to look at at an auto model, when I happened to walk by a hatch with the manual. The thing had literally been rolled out to display that morning. After a cursory test drive, I bought it.




    Fukui
    Mar 29, 12:04 AM
    I would like to see Apple come out with a headless desktop, but not have it be a direct replacement for iMac or eMac, an interim of upgradeability between the PMac line (which as for how desktop machines go, this thing is very upgrade freindly on a whole, the PMac G4's especially) and the iMac with virtually none. A machine that has a AGP slot, processor can be removed/upgraded, one HD and one optical drive bay and maybe 1 or 2 PCI-X slots would be a perfect fit upgradeability wise between they're high and low end. I beleive that if they were to do this I would price it similarly to the iMac, basicly a trade-off monitor for upgrades.. put the right spin on it and I think there's a market for a machine like this.

    I have to say this, more upgradability would definitely be needed more than lowering prices (a student can get an eMac for 699). If the eMac was easily able to change CPU/GFX Card HD and CD drive, I would even consider buying one. The thing is, apple would have a good chance to make lots of money on after-market upgrades that they are missing.



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