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  • CaptMurdock
    Apr 10, 11:24 AM
    I believe the crucial difference is that you believe when government taxes and spends the money on a service, it's better than not taxing at all.

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  • Mac-Addict
    Oct 20, 02:58 PM
    Ill be there at 3 if possible xD If my mum can take me lol xD (I am like 13 so..)
    Someone needs to hold a sign saying "Macrumors forum member here" and we will know who each other are :P

    Edit: Ohh yeah Ill be there for definite :D Getting my t-shirt, buying Leopard :)

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  • erockerboy
    Oct 26, 09:03 PM
    Works great! Love it!

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  • flopticalcube
    Mar 13, 01:14 PM
    You bet! Lets put back what greed and globalist conspiracies have recked. Here is a nice article. We as americans need to replace co like Apple,dell and boeing that sell their souls to the devil for subsidised money. The money needed to run the country isn't abundant and china IS the real enemy that we are foolishly helping. We don't need china, they need us and if I start a co soon, china isn't even on my profit radar, just my military one.

    That article contains some errors. Shipping rates, for instance, are about the same as they were in 2008 and similar to 2002 so that is a red herring.

    I would also question you as to why you think that China is an enemy? They appear to be more like a partner in a symbiotic relationship. You need each other.

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  • tvguru
    Sep 25, 10:40 AM
    Can't believe aperture doesn't support more RAW types yet.

    Until it supports more/all of the raw types, it will never be a real 'pro' application imho

    Aperture only uses the RAW formats that OS X uses. When 1.4.8 comes out it will support more.

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  • DrEwe
    May 2, 07:32 PM
    It is not thicker, don't believe all the junk you see.

    I have the white and the black iPhone 4 and the white one is slightly thicker. The front glass plate has a raised perimeter "lip" that prevents the front face from coming in contact with a smooth surface if you place it face down, my black iPhone 4 does not. Incidentally - this makes it almost impossible to put the antiglare screen protecting plastic on, as the edges are always pushed ever-so-slightly up unless it is perfectly centered.

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  • tech4all
    Oct 26, 09:01 PM
    Yeah but it's still €99 or $99 in the States!!
    AND GMail is still free!

    Read kainjow's post (; you get more than just an email address for $99.

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  • wackymacky
    Nov 8, 02:03 PM
    No spy chips, thank you.

    Umm. Doesn't my cellphone already have a unique identify number that it comuncates with my carrier while it is switched on and tells them where I am within the cell network. (And with the GPS chip I can be pin-pointed withing a couple of meters).

    Ummm... I wonder..... Does Apple track when ever a iPhone onwer enters a Apple Store, Or Wallmart? They have the technology.

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  • RWA MC
    Apr 5, 08:26 PM
    I might just be missing something here but how does this imply that Apple is putting thunderbolt in here?

    I can see where they made the minidisplay port (which is the same form factor as thunderbolt) a dual channel now instead of just a one way channel but wouldn't it say thunderbolt instead of minidisplay port? or is a dual channel minidisplay port just a thunderbolt port? and if minidisplay is on the current 30-pin how is it currently used--do you need an adapter for USB to minidisplay?

    i guess i am kind of answering my own question here but does that mean in the future if apple were to say make its own TV one could use the 30-pin connector to plug right into the back of a TV (into a minidisplay port) and play movies/music like that without the need for an HDMI cable?

    thx for any help or clarification!

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  • mainstreetmark
    Mar 12, 07:20 PM
    I'd happily drive to Key West in search of a Mountain Dew Code Red.

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  • gohanmzt
    Mar 26, 07:03 PM
    I wonder if the mexican was getting info to write his "ese"? :p

    You made me spit out my afternoon coffee!!. I'm Mexican and I got a huge kick out of your post. Thanks for the laugh! :p

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  • generik
    Oct 10, 04:40 PM
    i doubt apple with update the MB soon, there just wouldnt be enough distinguishing the MB from the MBP if they both got C2D at the same time, mostl ikely it will be like the mini, it will get a small speed bump.

    Intel's line doesn't leave much room for a bump... unless Apple is going to use the Core and Core 2 processors as a product differential. Talk about gay considering the two kinds of chips costs pretty much the same.

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  • JDDavis
    Mar 11, 08:19 PM
    OK, my own submission for this challenge. With the utmost apologies to JD, I had to stick with the apples & oranges theme which is what had immediately occurred to me when we set this topic. I've tried to expand on the conceptual interpretation of apples & oranges with some more technical interpretations - a split b & w background, and an over-saturated and high contrast post treatment.

    Canon EOS 40D
    EF 24-70 f/2.8L @ 32mm
    ISO 100 f/11 @ 1/250th manual exposure
    Two 150watt strobes plus an on-camera 430EX bounced off of an overhanging reflection card
    Post in Aperture 3

    No apologies necessary. I think it's great when we have similar ideas implemented differently for these challenges. I very much like the color, textures and saturation. It gives it a very modern feel, especially with the very bold black and white. Like others have said, I'm not sold on the placement or the crop. I get what you were going for in emphasizing the contrasts though. Maybe a tighter crop? Maybe playing with where the black/white line falls in the frame? Maybe placing one fruit in the black and one in the white somehow. Not sure, I think a tighter crop would help the most.

    Great work.

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  • bocomo
    Apr 6, 07:40 AM
    THIS! Sorry fanboys but as much as I love my apple gear I cannot help but snicker at the mental anguish some of you all must be suffering. Surely there will be plenty of justification in this thread that I haven't yet read!

    then maybe you should read the thread!

    this was post #98:

    CR's iPhone 4 report: AT&T vs. Verizon
    The problem with CR's iPhone 4 report was not that they didn't recommend the iPhone 4 when it originally came out on AT&T but that they then reiterated their "Not recommend" labeling for the Verizon iPhone 4 for having the same 'death grip' issue. They did this despite that the Verizon version had a different antenna design. Anandtech, who were amongst the first to quantify the 'death grip' issue for the AT&T version, showed that in fact the VZ iPhone 4 fared no worse than other smartphones. For the original iPhone 4, CR felt while it was great in many categories, it's antenna issue was too great a problem in their eyes. One could argue that they overstated the problem given that most users didn't seem to mind, but their position of "Not recommended" is not unjustifiable for the AT&T iPhone 4. However, CR clearly screwed up on the VZ iPhone 4.

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  • robbieduncan
    Mar 28, 01:24 PM
    EF-s lenses produce smaller image circles. So they are lighter (and cheaper) than a comparable EF lens would be. That's it.

    Note the focal length is always the focal length. A 50mm lens still has a 50mm focal length on a 1.6 crop camera. It has a different effective field of view, but that's not the same thing.

    Also note this has been going on forever: a 50mm lens on a medium format camera (obviously with a bigger image circle) as a different field of view that it does on a "full frame" camera.

    EF-S 10-22mm is the same focal lens as a EF 16-24L lens, why produce a lens EF-S, when on a crop camera you could just add a EF 16-24mm L lens (other than cost).

    None of this is true. The focal length does not change. The effective field of view (once again not the same thing) of the 10-22 is the same as a 16-35.2mm lens would be on a full frame camera. If you use the 16-24mm lens on a crop camera it will not have the same effective field of view as the 10-22.

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  • tickmo
    Sep 1, 10:14 AM
    I hope the super secret features aren't already in the preview (or at least disabled). If they were active, I'm sure people would be saying "wow that's a cool new feature!" Since I haven't heard any of that, and the secret stuff is active, then I guess Apple's making a mountain out of a molehill.

    I think there are some clues in the Dev build that point the way to the kind of 'cool' you allude to. While the face of the OS is the same for now, Apple has put the parts in place to either A) pop a new level of GUI goodness into 10.5 or B) allow developers to do it themselves.
    The key to all this is Core Animation, which may end up being the biggest announcement at WWDC this year. Core Animation enhancements to the application Help menu, for example, indicate a totally new GUI direction. Floating 3D arrows point out features as you browse them with your mouse. The Time Machine interface similarly shows there are a lot of new and interesting GUI possibilities thanks to Core Animation.

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  • TheXFactor
    Apr 7, 07:12 AM
    Wirelessly posted (iPhone : Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Is there one?

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  • Glideslope
    Mar 28, 10:47 AM
    COOL Logo. :apple:

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  • res1233
    Mar 24, 12:23 AM
    Are you people seriously applauding this? What a waste of our tax dollars!! I do contracts with the Navy every single day and I know that the technology that they have will not be benefited by the use of iPad/iPod/iPhone. The military does not offer wi-fi to their staff on base. Everything is hard wired and the conduit is sealed with a tamper proof silicon. The Government is very very particular about their SIPRnet (as they call it). Without wi-fi, what use is the iPad for the military other than to give them a little treat and waste our tax dollars? They already have mobile equipment in the vehicles that is far superior to Apple's products.

    And who says the army is going to be using apple's products? It's entirely possible that what the army is seeking is a way to use apple's development team for their own needs rather than using apple's existing products, that would be just about as good. Apple designed UAVs anyone? :D

    Mar 28, 09:31 AM
    People seem to be moaning (no offence intended) about iOS notifications a lot recently but I don't remember it happening before a couple of months ago. Why is that? I'm a Mac user but not an iOS user so I wasn't aware they sucked so much.

    Some of us have always complained about the notifications. More so when Apple enabled push. The notification system is modal, and built around an OS that didn't expose multitasking to the user. Now it is just getting in the way (IMO).

    Oct 27, 03:01 AM
    It is surely embarrassing for Apple that a 3rd party developer can write an app that will download and upload from the iDisk far faster than their own Finder.

    If I'm going to iDisk, I use Transmit. Otherwise it's not worth it.

    Feb 18, 06:57 PM
    Very skillful in how Jobs face and legs are hidden. Im beginning to think the newspapers are right about his condition.

    Also, pretty tasteless to dress the way he does. I'm not a fan of Obama, but if I were to meet him and sit next to him for dinner, I would respect the office enough not no dress in freakin' turtle neck.

    Jobs has ZERO class, none.

    He has said before that he dresses the way he does because he doesn't give a **** what anyone thinks about him.

    I think it is very telling for Microsoft that they weren't represented there. You had Yahoo!, Cisco Systems, Twitter
    Oracle, NetFlix, Apple, Genentech, Google, The Westly Group, and Facebook.

    Oct 27, 03:01 AM
    It is surely embarrassing for Apple that a 3rd party developer can write an app that will download and upload from the iDisk far faster than their own Finder.

    If I'm going to iDisk, I use Transmit. Otherwise it's not worth it.

    Oct 10, 08:01 AM
    I bet it will be a 15" MacBook

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