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John Galliano Dior 2011

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 3, 11:04 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) Mobile/8G4)

    Since the iPad does nothing useful this appeal to the wimpy "feelings" crowd is no surprise. Replace the iPad with a pair of pants and this could easily double as a Levi's commercial.

    You can't be that thick. No way. You're just being a contrarian for the sake of it. Have to be.

    The entire industry, a number of companies that had to shift their long-term strategy, and millions of consumers would disagree.

    You can have your opinion, but if it's completely out of touch with the market and the direction in which consumer tech is heading, it's useless.

    You're not alone, though. There's this really big, dumb company way past its sell-by date in Redmond that doesn't get it either. They tried, though. They really did.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_bBDnaiOY84c/TKtRXW_FBBI/AAAAAAAAAdU/WO2-wlvBvj8/s1600/Ballmer+HP+Slate+CES.jpg




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  • ingenious
    Apr 8, 12:53 PM
    I think he did. He said something like "okay, I've read the other side. Now can we go back to talking about my half baked misguided ideas?"

    ya i know but i was talking about when i put:



    Thats not true ! Ive been reading everyone's posts but you just don't want to see both sides of the story. I just want Apple to do better...

    Look at this business weekly online story about Apple - very interesting

    http://www.businessweek.com/technol..._5468_tc056.htm

    really, this is what Ive been taking about...I think that most Mac users don't want to hear it

    and this one too

    http://www.macworld.co.uk/news/main...cfm?NewsID=8372




    ok, YOU listen to "our side" of the story now!!!!! The point is, apple is NOT dying, they do not need saving, blah blah blah. just read the 100 posts above mine explaining this to you, but you refusing to listen. If you want apple to do better, then think that and leave the rest of us alone. I myself wouldn't mind having more of my contacts using a mac so i wouldn't have to do tech support for them all the time, but then again, that would cut down on people who force money on me for it.




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  • notsofatjames
    Jan 12, 10:38 AM
    I'm all for a completely wireless macbook, no matter what its called. I've always wondered why apple has never come up with a dock style thing for macbooks anyway. I'd be happy with one plug, which charged, and connected my mac to every other peripheral that i use. If that dock also had a wireless part that allowed me to connect to it on my home wireless network, it would just make things a whole lot more pleasant.




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  • Squire
    Jan 12, 11:35 AM
    From 9to5Mac:

    EDIT: Commenter Jon Cotton (below) found Adium usage stats page that lists a machine model type as "MacBook Air". While not definitive proof, it does add a big fat log to the fire.

    I don't know how much attention this should be given. Anyone know anything about the ability to fake model types on an Adium usage stats page?

    -Squire

    [edit: Brianstorm beat me to it by a few seconds.]




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  • yg17
    Apr 10, 12:19 AM
    Yes I can drive one. I also think that if you can't drive one, you shouldn't be allowed to drive period. Automatics are just things to get you from point A to B, whereas a standard transmission car is something you use for fun, with getting from point A to B just being a side effect.

    -Don

    I definitely think driving a manual makes me a safer, more attentive driver.

    I'm against crap that makes people lazy like adaptive cruise control, auto headlights and auto wipers and stuff like that, I suppose an automatic can fall in there too. That stuff makes drivers lazy and inattentive because they don't have to concentrate on the road.




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  • FoxyKaye
    Jun 23, 12:00 PM
    iOS on a real Mac seems about as pointless as Microsoft Bob on Windows.

    Granted, there are some highly innovative aspects to iOS, and integrating some of these into a desktop computer OS would be beneficial.

    But gods help us all of iOS and OS X merge at some point - as was pointed out on Slashdot just today, it would create a fully media DRM-locked, Apple-controlled application distribution center. Which would be very beneficial to Apple, but not so much to the consumer.

    Although speculation that this will happen is rampant, as exemplified by the ARS Technica article today: http://arstechnica.com/apple/news/2010/06/developers-expect-ios-and-mac-os-to-merge-over-time.ars

    In the meantime, it has been well over a year since either the XServe or Mac Pro have seen an update (despite charging through the roof for last year's technology), and Apple hasn't said anything about 10.7. That should be enough of an indicator right there.




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  • maverick808
    Oct 24, 06:16 AM
    The only stores I found still up were the US and Canada

    US and Canada always go down last, they should be down in the next 10 minutes or so.




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  • tny
    Sep 7, 06:03 AM
    Some people have recognised that the reference to G5 relates to the exterior design, not the chips inside.

    Other people have figured out that the reference to "G5" is a mistaken label for the exterior design, you mean. "G5" refers to the processor, not the design. This design is going to be around for quite a while, I think; the most likely change will be to get rid of the "chin" when they are able to do so.




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  • flottenheimer
    May 2, 04:22 PM
    I wonder if it's as good as AppCleaner.
    Probably not.




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  • Giaguara
    Apr 15, 10:40 AM
    If I was stupid - I wouldn't speak two languages
    If I was an ignorant person - I would have stayed in my home country and not learn about the ways of the world...I believe that you have spent too much time in front of you mac.
    If I was a vain pretender to knowledge - Do you know who Ernest Satow was ? Do you know over 2,000 Japanese kanji characters ? Do you know how to live in another country ? You have NO IDEA

    Gee... Should we be impressed?
    Are you telling perhaps that the fact you [say you] speak 2 languages makes it = you can not be stupid in anything, AND the fact that you live in Japan = you can not be ignorant?

    I can think of many ignorant people who speak 2 or 3 times as many languages as you, and who have lived in more than 2 countries.




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  • Constable Odo
    Mar 25, 04:46 PM
    I recall some of the naysayers around here not even a year ago stating that such a device would never be suitable for gaming. And here we are. With HD output to your TV.

    Vision, people. Vision.

    Most of the naysayers believe that tilting and touch-screen gaming is for sissies. They want actual analog controllers and such. They'll never change that attitude because they what they were raised on. The younger, current group of gamers will find that tilt & touch is very natural for them so they won't be as prone to griping that the past is slowly fading away.

    I like racing games a lot and this one looks terrific. Apple needs to build a game console with two iPad2 chips in it or one quad-core ARM processor. That would make one fine low-cost system with more games than you could possibly want available. Apple would just have to work out some touch & tilt controllers for it.




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  • ingenious
    Apr 8, 10:47 AM
    And there I thought that Microshaft stopped development of Internet Exploder for the Mac because Apple released Safari. Which happened first?

    read above- apple released safari first (altho imac_japan will deny that. he denies anything anyone writes except himself). M$ thot that safari was too good for them to be able to compete, so they withdrew. this was plan that was already in motion to remove all stand alone versions of IE (win/mac).

    Well....then Is this the Mac-files ?
    Is there a conspiracy ???

    no, but its true! ask most ppl here and they will tell you that. these were also both UK sites, and ive found that (no offense) UK sites dont usually provide an unbiased opinion about apple. IMHO, i think its cuz they're upset that the iPod mini and iTMS haven't been released there yet. :D




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  • YS2003
    Oct 23, 04:32 PM
    If this update is for 15", it does make sense. I think 15" was the first intel Mac, followed by 17" and MB.




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  • Goldfinger
    Aug 31, 03:07 PM
    Knowing that Apple doesn't pay listed prices, it's not unreasonable to assume that Apple could get the Yonah chips for less than Merom ones.
    But the same is true for Merom chips. It's not that they aren't getting volume discounts just because the chip is new..

    Also, Apple has historically liked to scale its product lineup to encourage buying then next item up the scale. Some have even referred to it as "crippling" the lower machines.
    True.




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  • illian
    Jan 13, 08:29 AM
    maybe this banner just refers to all the rumors that have been spread throughout the year:D..you could hear/read about apple's new notebook on the internet, tv and there are even some pictures and a name. so there is something in the air and in 2 days we'll find out what it is :rolleyes:




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  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 7, 05:42 AM
    Haha I was trying to help you out and you turn on me?! What are you, Italian? :p

    You'd think that wouldn't you? :p




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  • rmhop81
    Sep 6, 12:05 PM
    Please explain to me who would buy a mini and why?
    I just don't get it when a imac is close in price with a monitor.
    What am I missing?
    some people use the mini form factor in a different way. A lot of people already have a keyboard, mouse, and a nice lcd. Now the people i don't understand are the ones that go out and buy a 23inch ACD or 20inch ACD and buy a mini, makes no sense. But if you check out my sig you can see why i have my mini. I bought it specifically to use with my 42inch HDTV. I've been thinking about having a desktop setup so I may just purchase a new 17inch or 20inch imac. I thought about buying a display but i'd rather have the added extras that a new imac has. Just bc you wouldn't buy a mini doesn't mean other people don't have good uses for them. I love my mini and never want to get rid of it. Works great on my hdtv bc i have vga input on it. so i store all my music and play dvds through it to the tv.....




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  • Mal
    Mar 24, 01:43 PM
    Apple writes all the drivers for the cards. It supports, so that will probably never happen.

    Huh? That doesn't make any sense. If Apple's writing drivers for these cards, then doesn't that make the chances of them being supported 100%? Obviously it doesn't indicate that retail (PC) versions would be supported, but I can't make any sense out of your comment.

    jW




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  • Cubert
    Jul 19, 03:46 PM
    Boooo-Yahhhh!

    Quoth Jim Cramer.




    mefck
    Apr 26, 02:56 PM
    Apple, Mac, Macintosh are all generic terms and should not be a compant or product name. :rolleyes:

    Some for the name Windows for Microsoft.

    I hope you are being sarcastic.

    If you are not, please stop comment of things you know nothing about, i.e. trademark law.




    shawnce
    Nov 16, 11:50 AM
    Usually true, but with FB-DIMMs the 256MB and 512MB only use one of the onboard buffer channels (as in buffer channels on the module itself). Humm ... never ran across any documentation to that effect. You have an online reference? (I believe you, just like having reference information)




    QCassidy352
    Apr 2, 07:52 PM
    great ad. Totally unnecessary, since it's impossible to buy one in most places, but great ad nonetheless.




    NeuralControl
    Apr 2, 07:17 PM
    I think this is an exceptional ad. Nicely done.




    ibook30
    Jul 14, 12:25 AM
    I'm not so sure that 802.11n will necessarily be out as soon as we think. .

    I agree - sadly. I believe the 802.11n will be slower to market than I would like - but am somewhat excited that Bluray is on it's way. I don't look forward to the format wars, but think bluray is a step towards a much bigger trend in high capacity portable media technology.
    As long as tech companies find a way to incorporate these technologies in the market place,,. in other words I think the biggest obstacle to the advances in portable storage media will be tech companies apprehension to adopt technology that makes current offerings or recent offerings obsolete... complicated market but it could be the biggest obstacle to advancement.



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