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  • DaveGee
    Apr 16, 04:02 PM
    x2 of what you said.... you verbalized what I was trying to say a lot better than I. :o

    Thanks! :)

    I wish they included this but I guess it was more detailed then they were willing to broadcast.

    After NewsToons was turned down in mid-December, Mr. Fiore did not try to submit it again, “mainly because it seemed like it would be so daunting.”

    “It’s not like I had a phone number for someone at Apple,” he said, adding, “interestingly enough, I do now.”

    Just goes to show how two-faced they are.. :(

    Look, believe it or not I'm a big fan of Apple for the most part but the UGLY way they've handled the APP store was/is just too much for me to not speak my mind about it. Oh and before people start screaming... WELL YOU HAVE A CHOICE... Yea I'm well aware of my rights and freedoms and one of them is to LIKE Apple and their products and STILL speak the truth about their militant behavior they exhibit over the APP store.

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  • Cybix
    Oct 26, 08:33 PM
    how about some screen shots, any1?

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  • Tomorrow
    Feb 23, 03:47 PM
    Like this?


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  • aaaaaaron
    Feb 18, 04:46 PM
    Thats what I thought.

    i mostly thought that there's a lot of white people at that table :) haha


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  • Rapscallion
    May 5, 03:53 PM
    This is basically what apple uses


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  • rovex
    Apr 5, 11:33 AM
    Wouldn't that be so annoying in the dark, like the backlight on the keyboard of a MBP when your watching a movie?

    I've thought about that but I personally cup my thumb around the bezel so I wouldn't notice it....

    Don't know how others hold it when surfing web/YouTube videos....


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  • lordonuthin
    Apr 17, 04:00 PM
    yeah the more the better right now. and i finally got my other system up!

    Great! I look forward to you chasing me down ;)

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  • Dreadnought
    Jun 25, 08:23 PM
    I always new we have an old version of the widget, it doens't surprise me that you already have an alfa version, but 2.5... :D


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  • EricNau
    Nov 14, 07:48 PM
    guess the bigger question
    will this be available in coach or is this just a first class option?
    Hopefully it will be available in all classes. It doesn't seem like Steve Jobs to settle for anything less - He's all about the average consumer.

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  • greendragon
    Oct 9, 03:08 PM
    Ah shut up you bastards...

    walmart, target, YOU SUCK!!!


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  • randallking
    Jan 8, 04:38 PM
    Push updates seem intermittent today, they were working well yesterday!!

    I agree; intermittent today for some reason. I'm only getting some alerts, but not all. And the sound which was working yesterday has stopped today.

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  • bmustaf
    Apr 5, 05:56 PM
    I think you're misinterpreting my language - I mean "for the user that knows even the most basic amount about technology" the user experience is superior in my estimation.

    Not the interpretation you seem to be reading into it that reads more like "anyone who doesn't agree with me is an idiot".

    How does knowing something about tech make it a superior device? Are you basing it on something like a feature list? It is a highly inferior device because it is an inferior means of accomplishing the vast majority of tablet-related tasks as compared to the iPad. I'm not knocking Android by any means�it will continue to evolve and tablet offerings will improve�but in the tablet world it trails a considerable distance behind iOS and that is what matters most.

    By no means. They're just struggling to evolve with the products they review. I agree that they're poorly suited to review some of these more technical devices and I think their methodology renders many such reviews released by them fairly useless, but they serve a valuable purpose, it would be a shame to see this type of service go away, and I can't see how they've become obsolete to many folks out there.


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  • Nermal
    Nov 2, 11:20 PM
    Sometimes, copy protection depends on the drive you're using. Some drives will successfully read some copy protected CDs, while others won't. Anyway, the only suggestion I have is Preferences -> Importing -> Use Error Correction.

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  • simsaladimbamba
    Apr 22, 07:12 PM
    :confused: You're only making it sad.

    I have to. But nice machine anyway. I am not into motor cycles anyway, too loud for my taste. I am an avid cyclist though.


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  • iBlue
    Dec 21, 01:57 AM
    I sure hope this hasn't ruined davidjearly's christmas (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/8423340.stm).

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  • NewGenAdam
    Apr 12, 02:46 PM
    So, how do you define "racism in practice"?

    Is taking the seat next to a white over an asian racist?

    How about going to a black cashier instead of a white one?

    Hah. I like this question because it's hard. I fear my idealism can't stand up to it...

    In principle I believe that nobody should act differently towards another because of their race. That would be racist discrimination, in theory. It would be racist to choose to sit next to an asian person instead of a white person (irrespective of your motives: either as a white-hater or as a rice-chaser).

    But this would be impossible to criminalise. It would be highly impractical and frankly, whilst I disapprove of such actions, I cannot imagine a legal framework effectively punishing them. It would be utterly totalitarian.

    But at the other extreme, I'm sure we all agree it is entirely unacceptable to deny somebody a job, say, because of their ethnicity. This would be ultimately harming them for it; and when we harm others by practising our opinions against them, we breach a fundamental tenet of Western society.

    The difficulty, as always, comes in deciding on the threshold of what we tolerate, as a society. To answer that question I suppose we need to ask a few others. What constitutes harm to another? How practically can we judge when harm has been done? How easily can we punish offenders?

    I don't suppose that's really an answer. Sorry.

    I don't like the idea of living in a world where good outcomes are enforced.

    My wife's car was hit in her work's parking garage not too long ago... and the woman who hit her put a note on the car. I felt really good about this, considering how many times I've been hit-and-run in the past. Until I noticed the big security camera pointed right at the space.

    I didn't feel good anymore. I don't know if the woman left the note because she's a good person who did the right thing, or if she did it because she thought she might have been caught on camera.

    I want to see racist people being racist and good people not being racist. I want to know where the line is. I don't want an overbearing nanny government forcing everyone to play nice.

    I entirely agree that genuine kindness and tolerance is far superior to its artificial counterpart. When something is fake, it's about as rewarding as making the bully apologise by everyone ganging up on him and twisting his arm. It may seem nice but its insincerity undermines its value. I guess you'd like Kant, whose categorical imperative roughly says that the moral worth of an action lies in its intent.

    But whilst utopia would be kind people acting with tolerance out of the goodness of their hearts, we don't really see this. In fact, people often harm others. This isn't great. Neither is it great to force people into acting in the interests of other people. But frankly I believe it is better to protect the vulnerable from harm than to allow the abusers their freedom. Even if that means a 'nanny state'. I'm not saying we should decapitate one who insults another. I merely believe in the principle of enforcing people not to harm others by their actions. Neither with intent nor carelessness.

    That's my idealism. Don't ask me to qualify 'harm' or propose appropriate laws against it because that would be tough...


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  • macusersince5
    Mar 23, 04:10 PM
    this is awesome!!! you know sharing of information can and usually does go both ways:apple::cool:

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  • Daringescape
    Aug 14, 12:13 PM
    The the people who are "offended" are the only ones you will hear about in the media. They dont want to report on happy stuff/people it doesnt get ratings.

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  • j_maddison
    Mar 19, 04:53 PM
    what kind of school would need the ipad over a mac or pc?

    It's a companion device

    Personally I would have found it very handy during my studying years, purely due to the form factor and diary/ notepad functions.

    I was as disappointed as most people when it was released, I'm still disappointed in it as a home device, but for work I can see it being very handy. I don't need to multi task in work, but it would just sit there gathering dust in the house, for me at least anyway

    Oct 27, 06:02 PM
    It feels a little bit like Microsoft Exchange minus the configurable email accounts via the server.

    Apr 23, 10:36 AM
    The 320M has OpenCL. CUDA is assembler-like, while OpenCL is C-like. They are general purpose compute engines. It's not just about games.

    Intel does not have real OpenCL yet.

    Not just about games, yes, but for most users, the only reason one would want to stick with the 320 is for gaming so OpenCL wouldn't make much of a difference [for FPS].

    Dunno about video rendering/processing or the like though.

    Dec 18, 11:08 AM
    There's no "overreaction" in the news, just publicity. Do you honestly think a major record company is going to miss such an opportunity for free advertising?

    I like the song BTW. Reminds me of my younger days :)

    Nov 17, 04:25 PM
    apple can easily put him out of business by supplying these things themselves.

    Feb 23, 12:57 PM
    For a small sum of a $1Billion USD, I volunteer to watch over the innocent children and their purchases. I will smack their little fingers with a a bamboo cane. Suddenly this reminds me of that South Park episode where they started smacking "ADD" kids. "Sit down and study." I think parents need to get caned then schooled into using parental controls

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