Monday, May 9, 2011

Julius Zimmerman Art

Julius Zimmerman Art. Julius Zimmerman + Michael
  • Julius Zimmerman + Michael



  • BenRoethig
    Sep 5, 01:57 PM
    This could be either really big or really bad. Either way, I don't see it going over to well without a burn to DVD option. It also needs a settop media mac. Either way, it'll be interesting to see how everything develops. Good thing I'll be in Milwaukee on the 12th. I might want to go to Mayfair to see how everything went.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Julius Zimmerman - by
  • Julius Zimmerman - by



  • runninmac
    Sep 13, 09:13 PM
    Well, Steve did say he would be seeing us soon :p





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman



  • iGary
    Sep 14, 07:11 PM
    Hmm didn't Apple release the 17" MacBook Pro at NAB earlier this year. :rolleyes:

    Right, the invitation didn't have a bit Aperture logo on it, either. ;)





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Julius Zimmerman.
  • Julius Zimmerman.



  • rtharper
    Sep 14, 12:10 PM
    I work in a government building. With ours there is a rule about cameras but it isn't strict.
    Basically they say there is a difference between holding your phone as if you're going to take a picture and holding your camera when your texting, which we're supposed to at break (unless you're a manager and you have a work phone)

    Do you deal with classified material? The rule isn't important at the facility I worked at unless it was an area where clearance was required to enter.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Blonde Bomber nose art.
  • Blonde Bomber nose art.



  • cwt1nospam
    Mar 18, 01:58 PM
    Anyway, just my 2.
    As has already been explained, Mac market share has increased while viruses on the Mac have disappeared. Your 2 cents isn't worth a penny.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman



  • bleaknik
    Mar 22, 02:10 PM
    Perfect, just the news I've been waiting for. Currently have an Early-2008 model which I purchased in September just in need of a bit more power really! Also welcoming the extra USB ports and built in SD reader, Thunderbolt on the newer ones will be nice for an external HDD!

    The built-in optical drive on my iMac seems broken too, keeps spitting out disks! :(

    Looking forward to the new models!

    Spitting out disks! I had problems with the slot loading drives in my Mac Mini and Macbook Pros. It was greatly improved with a $10 DVD/CD cleaning kit. Worth giving a shot...





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Zimmerman House, public tours
  • Zimmerman House, public tours



  • paradox00
    Apr 14, 01:27 PM
    It's pretty funny that people think that TB is designed to replace USB and therefore competing against it. Saying that is like suggesting that PCIe and DP are competing against USB, because that's what TB is. If your computer doesn't have USB 3.0 and you want it, what do you plug the USB 3.0 controller card into? PCIe of course... how is USB 3.0 competing with the thing it plugs into???

    Intel announcing that their future chipsets will support TB and USB 3.0 is great news. It makes a monitor (connected to a computer through a single cable) with a USB 3.0 dock possible and it means all Intel based PCs will ship with TB standard.

    TB isn't there to replace USB mice. It's there to provide high speed access to raid arrays, enable universal docking stations with a full array of ports (think USB, eSata, HDMI, audio, etc) connected to a computer through a single cable, and allow laptops to better utilize external graphics cards. The possibilities of extending the PCIe bus outside of the computer are limitless, I can't wait to see what people dream up (especially as speeds ramp up).

    USB and TB are largely complimentary. One exception is external hard drives of course and TB is far superior in that aspect (theres a reason raid controllers are plugged into PCIe). Why people are opposed to this is beyond me.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman



  • ctdonath
    Mar 23, 08:07 AM
    What ThunderPort devices are you planning to buy? When will they be available?

    LaCie 1TB Little Big Disk (http://www.lacie.com/products/product.htm?pid=11625), available Summer 2011. 10Gb/s transfer rate; copy an HD movie in 30 seconds.

    If I'm going to buy a Mac of any flavor now, I'll delay a bit for a Thunderbolt-capable version 'cuz I'll be stuck with it for long after compatible devices become available.

    I heard lame snide remarks like yours when USB first showed up. "Only Macs have it! Are you sure compatible devices will arrive within 22 years? What USB devices are you planning to buy? When will they be available?" You don't even have the name right. Meh.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. artwork: Arnie Zimmerman
  • artwork: Arnie Zimmerman



  • andys53
    Apr 20, 10:44 AM
    So how would I go about encrypting this backup file on my Mac?

    1. Connect to iTunes on your laptop/desktop.
    2. Go to your iPhone in the list under devices in iTunes page.
    3. Under "Options" choose Encrypt iPhone backup.

    Don't rely on encryption to protect you in any way. The police can crack it, as can hackers, and they can simply demand with a court order that you give them the password. Then you're forced to essentially testify against yourself. No, pleading the 5th won't help.



    Good luck to you remembering where you were at any any time up to a year ago, I couldn't. Just remove the info on a regular and frequent basis, Phoneview or similar should find the files on the phone itself for you to remove.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman (All)
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman (All)



  • DVK916
    Sep 17, 07:56 PM
    OK. hang on. back the f&6king truck up.


    maybe we're backwards here. but i have NEVER, EVER heard of ANY kind of phone service where INCOMING calls are anything BUT free (excluding reverse-charge, obviously).

    Im sorry, but if you all accept crappy CDMA phones specific to a carrier, and paying for incoming calls, you are kidding yourself if you think you are anything but backwards. (i wont go into the whole metric thing :P )

    Sprint has free unlimited incoming calls. Also some providers have unlimited incoming and outgoing calls if you don't travel beyond your city.

    Also CDMA isn't crappy it offers higherspeed than HSDPA while using less spectrum.

    CDMA Rev A offers 3.8 down and 1.8 up in only 1.25 mhz of spectrum versus HSDPA of up too 14mbps down and 2 up in 5 mhz of spectrum. But with Rev B which is a software upgrade CDMA will have around 16mps down and 10mbps up in 5mhz of spectrum.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman



  • apfhex
    Sep 4, 07:37 PM
    The device would not make a lot of sense by itself. There is more to this. Most people are waiting for a Media Center system. Sounds like the device would replace some cables that you can get for 40 bucks. I am refering to the cables that allow you to connect your Mac to the TV.
    If you're like me, you don't have your Mac right next to your TV. Not only would I have to string a DVI/HDMI cable aaaall the way across the room, I would also have to get an equally long digital audio cable. Probably end up costing about the same as a video AirPort Express (if they keep the prices the same) but with the added hassle of getting those cables across the room.

    This would be a lot less expensive than buying a Mac mini, especially if you already have a powerful desktop just waiting to play some HD videos...





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman



  • JAT
    Mar 30, 12:35 PM
    I thought the poster I was referencing referring to the word "App"... apparently he wasn't. Yes, I know Apple are trading marking "App store".

    My point is that any post referencing "app" and its usage is pointless to this topic, because that is not the term in question with this legal battle. If M$ and their linguist work on "app", they should lose.

    Frankly, I don't care who wins this battle. I guess I lean towards Apple, but that's mostly just bias against M$, to a lesser extent the fact that Apple was the first to use this particular term, AFAIK.

    I always call them all "store", honestly. My mom has a Storm, dad has a Droid, several close people including me have iDevices, friend has some ancient Sprint device (Win, maybe). So I say, "go to the/your store [meaning appstore in the phone] and look for xxx."





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman



  • ndpitch
    Mar 30, 12:24 PM
    Microsoft is suing homebuilders for offering "Windows" in their homes. Instead, they need to refer to them as "transparent viewing portals".

    Haha! Made me laugh out loud at my desk.

    Apple got there first and beat everyone to the punch. Microsoft should just accept it.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman (Penciller)
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman (Penciller)



  • EagerDragon
    Sep 10, 09:29 AM
    This is the chip to use in a (stop gap) gamer machine, but it needs to be fully 64 bit for 4+ gig of RAM, 4 slots of non-buffered ram, support SLI, be user upgradable, multiple video cards inside, 2 disk drives (stripping mode), lots of USB and Firewire ports in a new enclosure.

    Just my opinion.
    :D





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist: Julius Zimmerman (Penciller)
  • Artist: Julius Zimmerman (Penciller)



  • Multimedia
    Sep 13, 10:18 AM
    so, how does one go about getting the 1.2 update? It does not appear in my version of iTunes7Install Quicktime 7.1.3 (http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/mac.html) then install iTunes 7 (http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/). Connect your 3-5G iPod. Updater will appear in the new iTunes when you highligh the iPod in the left column. Eazy Peezy. :)

    Hey everybody Big News
    NBC Today Show went High Definition today!





    Julius Zimmerman Art. This art deco font was remade
  • This art deco font was remade



  • bigjnyc
    Apr 25, 12:55 PM
    Oh boy I've been trying to hold strong with my perfectly working 2009 MBP and not give in to any updates... This is the longest I've gone with a computer since I started using Macs lol...... But a case re-design might be too much for me.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Julius Zimmerman » pica4U.ru
  • Julius Zimmerman » pica4U.ru



  • ezekielrage_99
    Sep 5, 12:28 AM
    I really doubt that Apple will put a TV tuner in this thing (if it's real). Think about it -

    Point 1 - If Apple puts a tuner in then they have to deal with the myriad of different types of TV.

    Point 2 - THEY SELL TV SHOWS!

    Does Steve want you to Tivo the new episode of "The Office" on your "MediaMac/Airport Express Video/Super iPod" or does he want you to come to the iTunes store and download it for $2? Apple, despite most of our (including my own) beliefs is a business and they have to think of the $$$ first.

    Why give something away when you can make money off it? That's still my theory as to why the mini didn't have a tuner from the start.

    Yeah there's very little point to add something to your product lines which will compete with your existing products/services unless you are going for full market control aka De Beers.





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist Theodore Zimmerman
  • Artist Theodore Zimmerman



  • siii
    Apr 4, 12:07 PM
    Only in America.... Bad form unless it was in defence. How about non lethal take downs, fair courts and appropriate justice, such as jail with community service, get criminals doing something constructive for society and trying to get them back on track?

    The right to carry guns and to kill absolutely baffles me. Surely shooting and killing is a worser crime than stealing? The threat of being shot/killed sounds too authoritarian/totalitarian for me.

    I can't believe the mentality of people on these forums sometimes! Each to their own I guess... Democracy and all...





    Julius Zimmerman Art. Artist Theodore Zimmerman
  • Artist Theodore Zimmerman



  • outlier
    Sep 19, 11:46 PM
    ... between you, the uber-eager-Apple-poster -- and -- the guy-who-represents-the-other-90%-of-Apple's-revenue.

    Yes, while *every* *single* *one* of Apple's bread-and-butter customers aspires to be like you, the truth is, (s)he's not -- instead you'll find her/him getting by on her/his basic broadband + CRT TV + non-Home-Theatre System +local Best Buy and Blockbuster.

    Apple relies on the pioneers (that would be you) to take the arrows, but on the 90%+ of follow-on homesteaders to get the land (and generate the revenue).

    But, speaking as I am as one of "you," that's the way it should be in any Cult! :)




    I too would love the collection/library to increase, but for me, the cost of a DVD is virtually the same. It is not like music where you can buy one track off an album.I have a fairly high end system with a 50" HD Plasma, and just got the 80GB iPod which for me is only for music. I love to take a whole collection on the road with me. 20,000 songs!!!.

    I also have a pretty good size DVD collection and the quality and lack of limitations for me to play that DVD ....ANYWHERE is worth a few more bucks. The music I already play at home from my iMac and backup hard drives and even though not the same quality as a CD. it is great for background music or parties.

    I also live in a fairly big City (San Francisco) with one of the best record stores in the World: Amobea Music, where I can trade or sell the CDs or DVDs that I don't want. They have the most extensive collection of new and used DVDs of anywhere I know.

    So say I buy a turkey or simply tired of a film, I can sell it for maybe 3 or 4 bucks or better yet TRADE it for store credit of about 4-6 bucks. That ends up being cheaper than I would pay via any online source abut then I would end up getting a new film for a net cost of under ten bucks. Sometimes even less. If I tire of a download...there is no way I can trade up..





    stridemat
    Apr 22, 01:39 AM
    How does streaming music to my iPhone help me, when O2 cap my Internet usage, and then charge when you use more.





    balamw
    Sep 19, 02:02 PM
    It took my Black MB about 70 mins to download "Deuce Bigalow". This was over a decent but not great motel WiFi setup, and I was downloading some other stuff for about half the time.
    You were downloading Deuce Bigelow in 1080p, or in 640x480 from iTMS?

    Sounds more like 640x480. So by extrapolation 1080p which has 6.75 as many pixels would be somewhere like 2.5-6 times as long to download. i.e. it could take up to 7 hours to download.

    B





    zweigand
    Nov 9, 04:17 PM
    The store is noisy, so it is hard to say. To me neither was making a sound.

    My 24" is dead quiet. I haven't heard the fans spin up once. That's including multi-hour gaming sessions and Video encoding.





    Clive At Five
    Sep 19, 02:08 PM
    As stated by others already, this bodes very well for Apple signing other studios onto the plan. I would not be surprised one bit if we see it by the end of the month, even.

    -Clive





    jasper77
    Sep 5, 04:31 PM
    ok, just made a quick mockup of what i would like to see announced next week :cool:
    http://users.pandora.be/blackbox/airport_video.png

    and make shure it also works with video_ts folders and avi/divx files (maybe via a front row API for third party developers like VLC?) ;)

    this would perfectly complement that itunes movie store



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