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  • iGary
    Sep 13, 08:39 AM
    Hey Gary... don't worry.

    Had it myself for the first time just over 6 weeks ago for major surgery.
    It's not like sleep at all: no dreaming, no tossing & turning etc.

    In my case, the anaesthetist was in a small room off from the main theater. I was wheeled in on my bed. Some lines were inserted into my left hand and forearm, he disappeared behind me to check something... we chatted for a few seconds and then... I woke up in a large sunny room.

    It will seem like a handful of seconds will have passed since the anaesthetist induced full anaesthesia and waking up in the recovery room. Depending on the surgery they will have already put you on post-op pain relief and you may just feel fine and dandy like I did. Upon awakening, they will probably ask you a few simple questions to ascertain your mental state.

    Afterwards, you may be thirsty -- don't gulp water, though. It can leave you feeling nauseous. If you can manage it, it's also quite nice to have something a little starchy yet easy to digest like half a banana or a cookie, if doctors allow you to take food.

    Afterwards, I was on a morphine drip for 5 days and oral painkillers for the entire time in hospital -- I'm still on them now but a much-reduced dose...

    It's important to mobilise yourself as soon as the nurses let you. Take little gentle walks around the place -- gets the circulation, respiration and digestive system up and running.

    Glad to hear you are OK sweets!

    I've done my share of chemicals in my past :rolleyes: but this is a little scary for me.

    I'm sure it will be fine.

    That, and my neurosurgeon is dreamy. :D

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  • EricNau
    Nov 14, 09:14 AM
    And it begins.

    I suspect we'll see a few more announcements in the near future - all meant to kick the Zune's butt. :D

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  • macfan881
    Oct 9, 07:44 PM

    Heck yes! I loved this game when i was a kid got i forgot how much money I spent on this but it will be a day 1 buy for sure.

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  • Sharky II
    Sep 25, 10:55 AM
    It's very strange that they are not supported if they are so popular. Perhaps they are not very popular in other countries?

    That's why aperture gets such bad press in pro photography circles man.

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  • King Mook Mook
    Apr 23, 02:58 AM
    I've installed it and am now part of the MR Team! YAY! The only thing is that it's not taking any processor power, or at least it doesn't appear to. I've got iStat installed and I can't see it take any of the CPU power, and I've followed the guide (it wasn't exactly difficult) and it still doesn't show it taking any power.... I don't know if that's how it supposed to be, but I'm pretty sure it's not, and I really want to contribute to the team, so if someone could help me out it would be terrific! And my User Name for Folding is KingMookMook, and I couldn't see that listed on the MR Folding Site, so it probably isn't working... I've only been doing it for a couple of hours though, so I might not have done enough to show up on the boards.

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  • fun173
    Mar 21, 05:12 PM
    Thanks for the feedback :) i appreciate it

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  • ~Shard~
    Dec 6, 03:36 PM
    All Macs?

    Even Mac Mini?

    Not sure about the mini specifically, but all Macs dating back to G3 PowerBooks (and probably earlier) have this capability, so I don't know why Apple would disable this in any of its newer offerings.

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  • BRLawyer
    Sep 27, 04:07 PM
    I just hope Apple have fixed a lot of ridiculous little problems with Cocoa and the Task Switcher, etc. that they introduced with 10.4.7. I'm tired of quitting one application in Task Switcher and seeing another application's name in the menu bar while it's quitting.

    Yep, this happens with me too...nothing grave but annoying..

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  • Waybo
    Mar 14, 10:23 PM (

    I agree with fcortese: I really like the picture, but would love it if there was more space to the right, where the horse is looking. Could you crop the left and top a bit? I think that would make it more powerful. IMHO, Rule of Thirds would turn this good shot into a great shot. (

    I'm still trying to decide if I love it or hate it! It's beautiful, yet ugly ... all at once. I definitely see all 4 elements -- another nice contrast. I think it would have done well in the surreal contest we just had.

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  • eenu
    Sep 19, 07:20 PM
    What about a firmware update for the 24" iMac?

    and why would this be needed?

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  • Howardchief
    Apr 5, 05:07 PM
    Exacly what a friend of mine said when he got his new macbook and found out he needed to buy new adapters since in the 3 years they removed many (such as the analogue audio ports)

    I don't understand this. Could you or someone explain this to me please?

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  • puckhead193
    Oct 16, 06:20 PM
    Apple smart phone with keyboard? I could definitely be talked into that.
    me 2!
    How long did it take the iPod from concept to production? An apple phone has been "around" for while.

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  • dcv
    Sep 17, 12:23 PM
    indeed, we *don't* like being stalked. and i'm speaking from experience here.

    i'm afraid you may have to bow out of this endeavour. don't keep turning up to the apple store because she's obviously spotted you hanging around on several occasions and it's making her feel uncomfortable. if you do decide to go to back to the store then at least go to one of the workshops or something, don't just stand there staring longingly at the stockroom door. but i'd really advise leaving it a while.

    it started as such a lovely story when i read it, but i don't see a fairytale ending...

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  • Chef Medeski
    Nov 21, 05:21 PM
    I haven't read the whole article yet, but from the sounds of it, it seems as though a laptop can be charged without plugging in it. That is the processor that converts heart to electricity could either charge the battery or provide it's own power to the laptop. That would extend battery life, not sure by how much, but if it is a decent amount, this technology would be great for laptops.

    Then again there's the heat issue. While the heat will provide electricity, your going to have to have a decent cooling system, which hopefully wouldn't suck to much power. Or maybe the converted power can be used only for the cooling system leaving the rest for the battery, thus conserving power anyways....just thinking aloud here though. :)

    lol.... decent amount... nah... about a couple minutes.

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  • TMRaven
    May 10, 05:58 PM
    Well, like you said, I get the same experience in OS X, just slightly lower graphics settings. Which is fine for me. However, for me, I just prefer to not reboot my mac just for SC II, when it runs in OS X as well. Besides, I normally use iChat or Skype to get voice chat working, which I have set up in OS X. I can't wait though for a week or so when I can then play SC II on my Mom's 27" iMac. I have more VRAM on my MBP, but her screen is so much bigger, so I can't wait. Has anyone played SC II yet on the 27" iMac?

    You're quoting a guy who said he played SC2 on his 27 inch iMac!

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  • Burnsey
    May 3, 12:26 AM
    Hm, that pretty much sounds the same as the difference between conservatives and liberals in the US for the most part. Hope they don't try to take away your universal health care!

    The Conservatives are for some privatization, or as they call it "alternative delivery", but I doubt the population will allow them to completely privatize healthcare. Normally I'm for a smaller government, but when it comes to healthcare you can only either trust the corporations who make lots of money off of you when you're sick, or you can trust the government. In this case I trust the government a lot more.

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  • mpw
    Sep 13, 07:27 AM
    ...I've only had one bad experience w/ general anesthesia, but it was an unusual situation so I don't give it much weight...
    Same here, the only time I had a problem was when they had to keep me under longer than expected because the idiot stand-in denist took the wrong two teeth out realised and went back for the right two!

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  • TheSideshow
    May 5, 05:41 PM
    I think what we are all seeing is that the differentiating factor between Apple and "the others" is no longer software. Windows 7 is now good enough that it can easily compete with (and in many areas, exceed) the software offering on any Mac.

    It's now down to hardware manufacturers to do the work to bring their machines up to a standard to match the OS. From what I've seen Dell have been making significant improvements in recent months and years and Lenovo still exudes quality.

    Three or four years ago I wouldn't have considered anything that wasn't made by Apple. But now I'd definitely look at a Windows machine first when replacing my desktop and I'd give some Windows laptops a lot of consideration as well.

    Unless I went iMac I would never go Apple for a desktop. I think Windows is better than OS X unless taking into account the benefits of a MBP+OS X in terms of power management/trackpad. Add the cost of a MP and forget it. Laptops they still have the best balance between design, specs, and quality as well as nice battery life in OS X.

    Their MBP prices still need to come down a lot before I could ever bring myself to pay the premium though.

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  • blacktape242
    Feb 18, 04:58 PM
    Or how about the lack of pictures? This had photo op written all over it, but we the taxpayer only get one picture? I think the number of pictures were limited due to Steve Jobs current condition.

    i like that quote "but we the taxpayer only get one"? :p

    us tax payers are ALWAYS getting screwed! lol

    Jan 4, 11:17 AM
    I thought there were some free map/gps/turn-by-turn direction apps out there (ala Google Maps). Is this not the case? Can anyone tell me why you would want to purchase one of the Garmin/Tom-Tom apps?

    Google Maps will give you directions, but will not give you a turn-by-turn 3D view that tracks your position and shows you which lanes to get in, etc.... Google has a turn-by-turn nav app for Android though.

    Also, Navigon and Tom-Tom will download all the maps you purchased with the app, so you have access to maps even when hiking or driving on a remote trail where there is no service available. Both Navigon and Tom-Tom are moving toward a model where if the map is wrong you can report that it is incorrect and they can fix it faster and provide updates.

    Real-time maps means they are up-to-date, when you have network (similar to Google Maps).

    I think Garmin failed on this one -- additionally the interface looks a bit cartoony.

    Sep 19, 04:50 PM
    Originally posted by alex_ant
    And in other news, Hell has just frozen over. More details as they emerge.

    You're being particularly pissy today and rather down on the Mac. Wassup?:confused:

    Nov 15, 02:49 PM
    If you are interested, look at post #94. Also read this whole thread, there are a lot of good ideas for the widget mentioned.

    Oct 10, 05:30 PM
    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.
    theres almost no difference in processor speed between the MB and MBP now. it would be smart for mini and Mb's to core 2 also since there the same price. but it's hotter and duo works so maybe just MBP tommorrow.

    Sep 1, 03:58 AM
    Just because they are improving this build doesnt mean there aren't some major apps or system features they are not revealing to developers.

    They could be updating another version of the OS alongside this one with extra goodness!, and the updates are most likely to be fixes based on what the devs tell them is buggy.

    I think they have purposefully left stuff out of Leopard for the moment so that it is even more shocking when it is all revealed at the launch of Leopard! thats what apple does best, shocks the public with "one more thing!"I have to agree. I am certain that when Steve Jobs said that there are "Top Secret" features he wasn't joking. Sure we have minor updates but that can't compete with Vista and those features aren't really good enough to be "Top Secret" after all -- how valuable to Microsoft and appealing to buyers are those small features anyway?

    My assumption is that Apple will blast Vista away with new Leopard features that haven't been revealed to anyone yet -- including those developers who are currently testing Leopard -- just wait for MacWorld San Francisco (MWSF) in January.

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