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Monday, May 30, 2011

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  • Object-X
    Sep 25, 01:54 PM
    That's a very public beta which has been steadily improved over that time (the last update was yesterday). Unlike Apple, Adobe haven't charged for the beta experience. Amusingly, some of the top new Apple "innovations" are clones of Lightroom features.

    Yes, a very good point. And it makes me wonder if Adobe will ever charge for it. In fact, now they have rebranded it Adobe "Photoshop" Darkroom, it leads me to believe it will be included as part of Photoshop and not as a seperate product. This might also be why they haven't released it yet, since the next version of Photoshop isn't finished. This strategy would undercut Apple since most photography professionals undoubtedly already own Photoshop and will upgrade.





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  • Alaerian
    Mar 17, 01:39 AM
    Some people on these forums have consciences. Apparently you do not.

    I hope the karma carousel comes full circle.





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  • englishman
    Apr 27, 04:04 AM
    Arn

    Can you fix the title attribute for the arrows?





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  • abecedario en letras chinas. abeceda abecedario letras; abeceda abecedario letras. N10248. Mar 24, 06:48 PM. Couldn#39;t they simply upgrade that as well?



  • JohnnyQuest
    Mar 17, 01:29 AM
    JohnnyQuest chill out man you sound worse then my Dad growing up as a kid. Just telling a story, and sorry for my grammar must be that UCF education I paid for. Go to the fridge and bust open a bottle of that hater-aid or better yet, go get laid. Since you obviously seem pretty stressed over the story. Who are you anyway? Judge Jury and Executioner? Please

    You seem like a joy to be around.

    What you did is inexcusably wrong, what do you expect? The "stoner," as you so eloquently put it, probably lost his job, and you're trying to make excuses for yourself.

    Grow up.

    Oh and by the way, ever heard of projection? I'm pretty sure my sex life has nothing to do with this dumb site. You seem a little unsettled though. Just saying.



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  • countrydweller
    Jul 21, 09:28 AM
    Why are Apple on a witch hunt?

    Apple should concentrate on fixing their problem instead of finger pointing and deflecting the issue onto other companies. We already know the problem isn't as severe on other devices as the iPhone 4.

    We do? You've tested them all?





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  • mcaleead
    Apr 4, 08:52 AM
    Of these houses, I know all three families across the street, they would not break into my place, nice families. Two of the houses on the street behind me are either for sale or undergoing renovations so that eliminates them. The third house is this 80 year old man who I would guess still has a black and white TV and can walk about as fast as a snail. Don't think he's the burglar type.

    The other couple of houses are the ones I don't know the neighbors. One has some teenage kids (I believe) and that is the one that always seems to be home or having the TV on when my 360 is on my network.


    Don't discount the houses undergoing renovations. It's not impossible that workmen are using it there until they finish the job to keep themselves amused... My parents got burgled by the cable installation people when they were doing our street. Twice. In two weeks.

    Hope you have good luck finding it all the same! Have you presented the police with this evidence?



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  • lordonuthin
    May 9, 10:06 PM
    Now my Mac Pro is only getting normal wu's not bigadv units. It was interesting watching the MP and i7980x running side by side, I'll try to get a screenshot later when I get home, they were very close in time per frame at about 3 minutes... hope they get some more bigadv units out for us to run :rolleyes:





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  • CalfCanuck
    Sep 25, 12:05 PM
    I hope that we'll all be pleased with the improved DB code for searching, keywords, etc. It always seemed to me that THIS was the major failure of Aperture. It's RAW onscreen conversions were never bad in terms of speed, given the amount of processing that was going on. But the old DB searchs of 15 seconds (with NO conversions!) always implied poorly written code/bad code design.

    With 1.5 and the expanding list of supported computers, it appears that the Aperture team finally cleaned up this mess. Hopefully the result will be a pleasant surprise for all.

    Here's my earlier post where I talked more about keyword imprivements, esp the new "no" keyword option which was MY major gripe for such a minor issue:

    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?p=2878430#post2878430



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  • abecedario en letras chinas. tissue abecedario; tissue abecedario. DewGuy1999. Nov 26, 05:33 PM. Small Pelican case for my Oakley Glasses,



  • iCeltic
    Apr 16, 04:41 AM
    I bet Google try to sell to the label the idea of free advertisement supported music, and Google get to keep 70% of the revenue.:eek:




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  • marksman
    May 3, 04:56 PM
    Ok, I'm taking down the names of all the carrier defenders here.

    The next time you people bitch about the cable companies or magazine publishers charging you twice for the "one" thing you paid for I'm gonna be all over you.

    It is not a matter of being a carrier defender.

    It is a matter of being a carrier customer who does not want to have to pay more for their service because people want to steal tethering service.

    Nobody is charging you twice for one thing here.

    You are paying to use data on your mobile device. If you want to use it to link up other devices, there is a separate service for that.

    This is not exactly brain surgery here.

    I'd agree with you that there may be consideration with unlimited data plans as you might be using your phone outside the scope of what they initially envisioned when they offered you unlimited data, but those are largely a thing of the past now.

    With regards to tiered pricing, what you're suggesting is that you're not entitled to the data you paid for should you choose to use some of it for tethering. If you paid for 2 GB a month, you can damn well get 2 GB a month. 2 GB a month was the consideration they offered you. It's none of your concern if the carrier sold it to you with the assumption that you'd only use 500 MB a month. They can't charge you more because your tethering makes you more likely to approach the 2 GB cap they offered you.

    Sure they can.. For one they can just raise the price. They never sold you the data to be used with tethering in the first place. They sold you data to be used strictly with your registered mobile device. That is clearly outlined in the contract you signed with them. It is crystal clear.




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  • Pontavignon
    May 4, 08:07 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    +1
    And the camera should take pix when you peel back the cover, use face recognition to identify the user and instantly open to the right account.





    abecedario en letras chinas. abecedario en letras chinas. letras chinas o japonesas; letras chinas o japonesas. AJsAWiz. Aug 25, 06:23 PM. Ridiculous number of dropped calls.
  • abecedario en letras chinas. letras chinas o japonesas; letras chinas o japonesas. AJsAWiz. Aug 25, 06:23 PM. Ridiculous number of dropped calls.



  • WeegieMac
    Mar 18, 04:59 PM
    I'm all for people loving their apple products. I love my iPhone too. But unlike some of these apple fans, I don't consider my iPhone to be the holy grail of smartphones.

    True, however it's like watching two people with tiny peckers argue about who's is biggest ... in other words, it's pointless.

    The iPhone users being overly enthusiastic does not give Android users the right to come on and literally, and this is exactly what the do, TELL the iPhone users that they are wrong, like it's factual. Having an opinion is one thing, but coming onto a forum created for a certain product and telling users of that product what their opinion SHOULD be, isn't on.

    I have yet to see one Android forum with as big an influx of rabid iPhone users who come on to do nothing but argue and disagree, as there are Android users on here.

    Now, I am fully aware and appreciative that there are Mac users who own Android devices. However, if someone states that the Retina Display (super dooper marketing name and all) is the best display of any smartphone (and I happen to think it is, but that's my own preference) then who the hell is anyone to openly quote and say they're WRONG?

    You'd get a more mature argument from two toddlers sitting tossing sand at one another in a playbox.



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  • Cassie
    Jan 12, 05:28 PM
    He may be arrogant, but he deserves it. He's turned Apple from near bankruptcy to some of it's highest profits ever in just 10 years.

    If anything, he SHOULD be arrogant.





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  • Chaszmyr
    Nov 16, 07:28 AM
    DigiTimes' track record is amazingly bad. You'd think they'd be right more often just by guessing.



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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 8, 01:35 PM
    Great cover story.





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  • dunk321
    Mar 17, 01:00 AM
    When I was in college years ago I use to work at Circuit City, Black Friday, or any major launch of a product the registers were always a mess or came up short. If you were not very smart or had terrible sales skills they placed you as a cashier, if they could pinpoint it the person usually got chilled out by the manager. Hate to say it but good service is gone, and Best Buy has become one of the last of the big box stores, with a majority of not so knowledgeable staff, and ripping people off with there crappy warranties and overpriced products. It's always a last resort in my book if you absolutely must have something that minute and it's your only option.



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  • drsmithy
    Nov 19, 07:46 AM
    AMD's 386 and 486 clones were always cheaper than Intel's, and they always at least matched the clock-for-clock performance of Intel's direct counterparts.

    But back in those days, Intel always had a faster CPU on the market somewhere. Eg: when AMD's 386s were at 40Mhz (vs Intel's 33), Intel had 486s. When AMD's first 486s came out, Intel had 486DX2s, when AMD's clock-multiplied 486s appeared, Intel had the Pentium. Etc.

    AMD having the fastest chip on the market - which they only did for about 50% of the last 5 years, despite their general dominance - is very much a blip on the radar.

    AMD have, however, often ruled the price/performance ratio at the lower, end, I'll grant - but in that market they have been plagued by buggy chipsets and cheap, low-quality motherboards. VIA has done more to hurt AMD's acceptance in the mainstream than Intel could ever have hoped to do.





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  • Naimfan
    May 4, 02:40 PM
    If guns are so important to society, why is it taboo to have an adult conversation about their impact on that society?

    That is an EXCELLENT question.





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  • phillipduran
    May 3, 04:38 PM
    So maybe, just maybe you fandroids out there, Apple had the foresight to design an ecosystem that just works and do it the right way.

    Seems like as the Android OS gets bigger, it moves more in the direction of being like iOS.

    "were free and open!" ya right :rolleyes:





    inket
    Apr 13, 03:06 PM
    CMD+K and entering the SMB sharing name fixed it I presume ?





    kuwisdelu
    Apr 29, 03:47 PM
    Hmm, I thought the way it was in the older Lion builds looked nicer.





    Chasb
    Jan 11, 04:49 PM
    Official Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle with iPod dock
    and a Mac Mini(ish) media center with Blu-Ray (internal or external) option.

    Just wishing.





    jessica.
    Jan 10, 07:24 PM
    Should they be banned? Yes.





    CAWjr
    Mar 17, 09:22 AM
    I don't understand why the register even opened if the transaction was not complete. If the kid rang up the Ipad at $499 the plus the applicable state tax, you gave him the cash on hand, the register still should have required the balance from the credit card? The register in the my opinion should not have even opened up? Much less print a receipt saying the full price was paid?

    The only way I can this happening is if the kid keyed in the exact amount of the purchase price as cash.

    It sounds like that's exactly what happened. the cashier thought the OP handed him exact change & just keyed in the full amount as cash.

    The cashier certainly bears some of the blame for the error, but the OP was fully aware of the error from the start and did nothing to correct it.



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