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Saturday, June 4, 2011

latitudes and longitudes

latitudes and longitudes. by longitude and latitude.
  • by longitude and latitude.



  • Anuba
    Jan 10, 06:27 PM
    iPhone - revolutionary in that it raises the bar VERY high for other manufacturers...But it still smells like first generation to me. Behind the arguably flawless design, usability and performance issues are already being raised. Kudos to Steve and his enormously talented staff, but I'll pass on early adoption. But slick..oh so slick..No one is as good as SJ for coordinating such a project. Now let's see how it sells.
    It does raise the bar for other manufacturers, but this isn't the portable media player market. In business you either have to be the first, or the cheapest (neither applies to iPhone), simply being the best doesn't cut it. Apple and its devotees have argued for ages that MacOS is so superior to Windows it's ridiculous, but they've never managed to even put a dent in Microsoft's market share.

    With the iPod Apple was able to hog 60% of the market before the competition even woke up, but here they're up against Nokia, SonyEricsson, Motorola, Siemens, Blackberry, Palm/Treo, HP and a bunch of other giants with well established distribution channels and deals with every carrier on earth. I hope for Apple's sake they've patented the crap out of this thing because the first SonyEricsson iPhone killer is probably being designed as we speak.

    BTW, was there any mention of games on this thing? Without games, kids aren't touching the iPhone with a ten foot pole, and aging businessmen who always groan over buttons being too small may not be into the idea of *no* buttons.





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  • latitude longitude to mgrs



  • Dbrown
    Apr 21, 10:52 AM
    REALLY? You're going to throw a 3 and 4 year old phone into the argument? Fine. How many old Android phones can run all the available apps. Heck, how many Android phones less than a year old run all the apps available?:rolleyes:

    all of them.





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  • mars latitude and longitude



  • Aduntu
    Apr 28, 08:31 AM
    "Just wait for the Verizon iPhone 4 numbers!"
    "Just wait for the White iPhone 4 numbers!"
    "Just wait for the iPhone 4S numbers!"
    "Just wait for the iPhone 5 numbers!"

    I'm starting to see a pattern.

    For all intents and purposes, the 4S is the same thing as the iPhone 5. On top of that, I don't think anyone speculated huge sales of the white iPhone 4. So, while you may see a pattern, it's only in the comments you pulled out of your ass; not due to any factual evidence.





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  • Tymmz
    Nov 20, 03:41 PM
    Um, I do. How else are you supposed to IM people using AIM, GAIM, etc.?

    Of course. I know that some people use iChat, but how many? .X %?

    I'm fine with SkypeOut. One number for the rest of the world. But like I said. It would be nice, if Apple keeps their Phone open to other IMs (mass market).



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  • latitude, longitude, date,



  • Wes
    Sep 25, 12:50 PM
    Y'all get family guy in London? (sorry, I'm not up on where it's available on TV)


    Hector, you little ho. :)

    Not on any channels I get but this thread is getting as predictable as that time I played marco polo with Helen Keller.

    marco... marco... marco... marco... marco... marco...

    Internet ;)





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  • The latitude/longitude grid



  • TPadden
    Apr 4, 06:43 PM
    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/_5lbhODyyRoQ/SxwpImUILPI/AAAAAAAACbU/Y4TuWtRreUI/illegals.jpg



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  • le sacre
    Nov 2, 03:53 PM
    i pre-ordered mine at the beginning of october, and got it this morning (engraving and all--wow, small engraving font!). very positive first impression.

    i can see why some people complain about the clip at first: you expect it to be like a binder clip. i think apple's design is actually fine. there's a decent amount of force when the clip is wide open, and then when it's almost closed there's less force, the majority of its fastening power being supplied by the overlapping "teeth." for its intended use--clipping to clothes--i think it's great. whether it will clip successfully to other materials i think depends on the thickness (thicker is better up to a quarter inch or so), pliability (so the teeth can catch some material), and whether there is a thicker edge to catch onto. works flawlessly clipped on a shirt collar, any pocket, a flap with a thick edge, belt loop, anything you can clip it onto pointing down, etc. not so great on pinches of fine fabric. of course there's barely any weight to jostle it off. i expect no problems.

    sound quality of course is fine. haven't bought an ipod since '03, so i was pleasantly surprised by the "old" headphones' cord adjuster (you can cinch it up so that the left/right cords are held together up to a point of your choosing--is that new?). i ordered one of those pairs of logitech bluetooth headphones that are super cheap on account of their fragility, and am very excited to try to rig up a cordless gym-going system.

    the little dock is quite nice. pleasantly weighty for such a tiny form factor, and has a bottom surface that really seems to grip my desk, which is great--reassures you that it won't blow away or tip over.

    i think once again apple's done a great job of providing more control and info than you would expect out of such a simple interface. my favorite example: hitting the "play/pause" button three times takes you to a random song (in shuffle mode), or to the first song in your list (in standard mode--very useful!) this is probably not new, but i didn't know about it before and like it a lot. you can also press and hold the play/pause button to toggle the hold mode (shutting off responsiveness of the buttons). and unplugging headphones automatically pauses playback.

    itunes 7.0.2 worked great to load it up (though being used to my 3rd gen ipod i miss the speed of firewire). now when i plug in the shuffle there are two tabs at the top of the content window--one for settings and one for content.

    so overall i love it. if forced, i could come up with 1.5 complaints. 1) the engraving is kind of hard to read--small, part of it just slightly fuzzy. .5) though i totally don't expect it to slip from wherever i clip it, i would probably feel more secure if the clip were a bit stronger.





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  • Kingsnapped
    Aug 16, 04:41 PM
    Nobody gets it.

    .. I guess it was a lame joke anyway.



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  • MCal27
    Nov 15, 06:34 AM
    I've mailed Steve twice over this issue. The last time with a link to a petition I started which got over 700 Signatures from Pro Users and Techies' : http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/applepros/ in just a few days. I got zero replies from anyone @ Apple regarding this, though I know for a fact that Apple are aware of it and quite high up the hierarchy too...




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  • Macaddicttt
    Mar 16, 06:26 PM
    Yes, and they're all just bleeding heart emotional responses, and i don't buy into that crap. Sorry, but my opinion on this isn't changing. Funny, the polls say non-religious people between the age of 18-29 are most likely to support the death penalty, and that's exactly where i fit.

    Again, have you read the thread? I wasn't aware, "It costs more to execute someone than keep him in prison for life," was a "bleeding heart emotional response." I also didn't think, "It's impossible to be 100% certain," was emotional either. Funny, to me, these arguments seemed pretty fact-based. The only one with an emotional response is you, demanding blood.



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  • Shasterball
    May 2, 04:09 PM
    Just wanted to say that this is a fantastic cause.





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  • canucksfan88
    Apr 13, 11:55 AM
    blahh im still using my 3G...its nearing the end of its life though



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  • Map with latitude/longitude



  • gkarris
    Apr 7, 10:38 PM
    Overpriced. These games are ancient and most of them don't offer much gameplay at all. Plus it cost atari essentially nothing to put this app out. If they made it $0.99 for the hundred pack then it'd be no-brainer, we'd buy it just for the nostalgia alone. I could conceivably see paying up to $4.99 for the hundred pack for the very small handful of games that are actually worth playing. But $14.99 for these junky games? No way.

    p.s., I'm not saying all old games are bad, quite the contrary, there are a lot of fantastic old games that still hold up well, but the atari era of games were especially crappy.

    No way are they junky!

    But, the Nintendo DS version require Vol. 1 & 2 for all 100, which comes to $40.

    The difference is physical media, no DRM, and using a portable with REAL BUTTONS (;)) - but that's a whole other discussion... :eek:

    Hopefully, it'll be on sale for $9.99 (about 10 cents/game)





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  • mkrishnan
    Nov 11, 07:45 PM
    Meh, it doesn't exactly seem to be what I'm used to in a mix tape...it's not like the free-style / battle oriented ones....

    *wants to hear 50 rip on Ja Rule some more* :o



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  • appleguy123
    Jul 9, 02:39 AM
    Walmart is the cheapest and that's only by $3.





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  • techfreak85
    Jan 26, 12:39 PM
    Droooll....
    Those 2600ks are pretty tempting. Was it hard to get to 4.8ghz?



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  • Mochi Hana
    Oct 11, 11:01 AM
    http://i53.tinypic.com/33duixg.jpg

    i need to buy candy bar :(
    Where did you find that cool wallpaper?





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  • MacBoobsPro
    Nov 29, 12:38 PM
    1. Buy DVD
    2. Handbrake
    3. ??????
    4. PROFIT!

    If you are commenting on what you do, then its people like you that make the studios demand limits on legitimate customers like me.

    Imagine buying a car but the manufacturer keeping the wheels when you are not using it. Its stops car theft, but its a pain in the ass for the user.

    Stop pirating! :mad:





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  • TonyLukes3
    Mar 25, 10:47 AM
    They need to improve the worthless notification system in iOS more than the maps.

    Thank you, so true!





    mcdj
    Mar 27, 08:55 PM
    and the auction is over. maybe it was him. well when the next one pops up, we'll find that one too.





    mox358
    Sep 26, 08:32 PM
    Sweet. As an adamant dotmac user this looks really cool. I use my web-mail frequently at work and it's nice to see it getting a major update! Hopefully they update the rest of dotmac too. As is it works great, but it could use some new features.





    Gem�tlichkeit
    Apr 7, 10:58 AM
    4.3.1 is awesome on battery life. Over night I get no drain.





    jettredmont
    Apr 4, 04:44 PM
    Stop with the FUD already. Businesses operating in the EU cannot do this. Just because corporations in the USA can, doesn't mean the rest of the world is the same... :rolleyes:

    And I'm sure that the FT has no subscribers in the US, hence they don't care about subscriber information and the ability to sell it out ...

    Oh, wait, they just turned down the ability to drastically increase readership and better serve their existing readers while saving in printing and distribution costs and reducing their billing processing needs, so that they could preserve the income from selling that subscriber information.

    I don't think it's FUD. It's simple logic. If they are going to the mat to protect a revenue stream, it is unreasonable to assume that that revenue stream is insignificant. :rolleyes:





    stewie1
    Apr 4, 11:37 AM
    Apple needs to learn to work with publishers.

    I spend about a third of my daily iPad time reading the FT every morning. If the app gets pulled or no longer works (because Apple insists on getting their cut of my annual subscription), I will make the very easy decision to get an Android tablet next.

    Same goes for my Economist and WSJ apps. Combined, I probably spend 75% of my time on my iPad reading these publications. Take them away, and I'm gone.

    My loyalty is to the publisher and the quality of their material. It is NOT to Apple. And one less iPad owner also means one less App store and/or iTunes customer.

    Apple should tread very lightly here.



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