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  • roadbloc
    Mar 29, 01:17 PM
    And where in the first post from the OP did they mention 'in the Finder'?
    Doesn't take a genius to work out does it? I understood him, as did plenty of others. If you wish to pointlessly nitpick in hope to make OS X's lack of basic but useful features sound negligible then so be it.

    Finder lacks cut and paste. It bugs me at times too.





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  • SuperCachetes
    Apr 25, 06:24 AM
    The simple fact is that I should not have to obey a 70mph speed limit if I don't want to. Why would I even bother driving a car that can hit 186mph (with the speed governor removed, with the governor top speed is 155mph) at 70 mph? A Ford Fiesta can hit those speeds, what's the point of fast cars if you're going to follow the speed limit in them?

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  • roland.g
    Sep 10, 10:09 PM
    I guess there are three types of people in the world:

    1. Someone who only wants one screen hooked to a separate small computer that can only hook to one screen.
    2. Someone who wants a screen married to the computer with the option of adding only one more.
    3. Someone who wants one or more screens hooked to a computer on the floor with room for two dual display video cards.

    I have chatted with you, and after originally considering a Mini or iMac, I have ruled out the Mini, and now would either get an iMac or a Mac Pro, however while there is only a $100 difference between (see this thread) what I would get in those 2 machines (and that is before spending more $$ down the road for a 23" ACD), I still feel that the Mac Pro is overkill for me and yet I don't like the iMac AIO, though I would change my mind if it looked like a 23" ACD. The white turns me off. I really only want 1 screen, while I have used 2 I don't really need it. Likewise I like the 30" but have no need for something that big. A 23-24" is perfect for me. I might even wall mount it. And I liked the idea of the Mini, just not the performance. So I find myself saying I will make up my mind soon, but hoping the Mac Pro Jr. shows up before I do. Because I too want to add a second HDD. And I would gladly spend $2,700 - 3,300 for a 2.33 or so Mac Pro Jr, with 2GB RAM 2 250GB HDDs, 256MB VRAM, BT & Airport, BT keyboard & MM, 23" ACD & Applecare after EDU discount.





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  • bassfingers
    Mar 30, 11:52 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

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  • maxspivak
    Sep 14, 06:48 PM
    ...
    You're on the road shooting, and traveling light. During breaks you upload your CF/SD cards to the new "Aperture.iPod". When you're sitting in a cafe, back at your hotel, or taking a train home you whip out the Aperture.iPod and using the Keywords.plist you uploaded from Aperture before you left you start Stacking, key-wording, and ranking images.

    Next day you head to your studio, upload the new images from the Aperture.iPod to your MP 3Ghz (w/16 GB RAM and 3 TB of HDs!), and the first pass of your sorting is already done!


    Pros would never do this. Their shots are too valuable to load onto a single device. They would always want to back it up to multiple disks, i.e. MBP & FireWire external drive.





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  • randyharris
    Sep 14, 08:06 AM
    I'm not sure why Aperture gets knocked by so many people, it seems pretty impressive for a new comer in this market.

    I don't want to speculate what they will be announcing on the 24th, but I'll be anxiously waiting. :)

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  • Music-Man
    Sep 14, 09:01 AM
    Any news if Steve will give a keynote in the special event preceeding photokina?

    Have a look at the front page.





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  • Vegasman
    Apr 28, 10:40 PM
    "Racket" is the best word to describe it. I spent thousands on Microsoft and never received a quality product after almost two decades. Shame on them.

    Really!? You never received a quality product? In 20 years? Please tell.





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  • KPOM
    Apr 22, 11:50 AM
    Is this a true statement from the OP: "But with new Sandy Bridge processors from Intel sporting improved graphics performance"

    Improved when compared to the old Intel Integrated Graphics.

    then why did apple cripple the 13" macbook pro's with ****** resolution then?

    The resolution stayed the same on the 13" Pro. The 13" Air has a higher resolution, but perhaps that's to preserve a selling point. I don't think the Sandy Bridge IGP would have any difficulty driving the 1440x900 display.





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  • turbobass
    Mar 22, 08:45 PM
    I just want to say a big "AMERICA, **** YEAH!" about this ...

    But also I wanted to say we should be rewarding WIRELESS protocols. ThunderBolt = Fast, great. Polite golf clap. No AMERICA **** YEAH for ThunderBolt. Everything should be WIRELESS now. 2011 baby!:mad:





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  • munkery
    Apr 12, 08:12 PM
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    Thanks GGJ.

    What about the security sensitive files in /Library? Such as /Library/InputManagers, /Library/Extensions, /Library/LaunchDaemons, /Library/Security, and etc?

    I am pretty sure these only have system with write privileges. No?





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  • Chundles
    Oct 12, 01:20 PM
    It's certainly better than an red, glossy 1G nano - hopefully it would have the proper matte, anodised finish of the current nanos rather than the glossy coating ColorWarePC use to do their custom iPods.

    Not too bad though...
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  • VPrime
    Apr 30, 05:11 PM
    He was talking about the fact that "Cloud storage" uses physical media. ;) The cloud is not some kind of magic thing, it's just a bunch of physical disks and servers. And those disks and servers aren't anything special either, they are your typical server computer and the disks are also your standard server based disk, grouped up in a volume manager over massive raid arrays.
    Oh right, didn't think that part through.... Its the future everthing is magic! :D





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  • yoak
    Sep 26, 08:01 AM
    I hope and think that Europe is to big a market to ignore.
    The cellphone market is huge here, there are now sold more cell phones than there are people in Norway:eek:





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  • AaronEdwards
    Apr 20, 12:59 PM
    If your behavior is risqu� then the risk of a security breach is very important. :)

    I'd agree. But unless someone is actually targeting you, you will get lost in the sheer amount of data. Google stores data about you, but they also store data about billions other.

    That doesn't mean that people would end up in trouble because of security breaches, but it's a lot like people winning on the lottery. Some do, but most don't.





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  • wpwj40e
    Sep 13, 10:16 PM
    Maybe the reason for not having a traditional keypad is that this is actually the iPhone Shuffle.

    Apple's market research team has concluded that people get tired of talking to the same people all time. And since the iPod Shuffle is such a hit playing songs randomly,
    the new iPhone Shuffle will randomly dial numbers, so every call you make is never boring.

    Got more than 240 numbers in your adressbook? No problem. Let iTunes autofill your iPhone shuffle and get a new telephonic experience every time. Mom follows Work. Home follows Pizza Parlor. iPhone shuffle loves to improvise. Take the Shuffle switch, for instance. Even if you�ve synced a particular call-list, you can shuffle numbers with a flick.

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    My phone does that now. Little did I know it is a *feature*.

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  • KingCrimson
    Apr 19, 06:04 PM
    Samsung can easily be replaced. Apple doesn't need them.





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  • iMacZealot
    Sep 14, 12:27 AM
    The mockups always look real, but when the actual product comes out, it's wayyy cooler than the mockups. Look at the 5G iPods and its fakes.

    Everyone seems to know that Apple is waiting to release a phone. It's only natural after all the success the iPod's doing.

    As for when this phone comes out, It'll probably be Cingular at a "one more thing" event in october just like last year.





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  • bassfingers
    Apr 22, 10:21 AM
    I am so excited about whatever this is. So long as its more successful than game center...





    ChazUK
    Mar 29, 12:36 PM
    All of you W7 humpers please try and "snap" two excel or word files next to each other. Oh that right you cant, because heaven forbid I would want to do that and work simultaneous on two MS office files.

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    Coheebuzz
    Aug 23, 06:53 PM
    Speaking in Singapore this week, Creative CEO Sim Wong Hoo bullishly pronounced: "I'm planning to spend some serious money - I intend to out-market everyone."

    Wong Hoo to Creative engineer: "This is no good, i give you $1000000 more and i want something much much better"
    unCreative engineer: "Wooo Hooo, thanks Mr, Hoo, i'll do it in 128 different colors, am sure that it will turn the market upside-down"

    As Jobs said in his most recent keynote more money in R&D isn't everything, and if he says so i believe him.

    Unless Woo has something extraordinary under his sleeve - which he doesn't cause if he did he would not need more money - i see Creative in the same position in a couple of years from now. And then they'll try to sue somebody else.





    trekkie604
    Apr 4, 12:12 PM
    Breaking a glass window means you can shoot someone in the head? Wow... He may be a criminal but that doesn't mean the security guard should've shot him.





    LagunaSol
    Mar 23, 03:34 PM
    As a long time PC user who is just getting frustrated with the windows experience, I am looking forward to seeing what Mac has to offer in the coming months.

    I've been using Windows since 3.1 (ugh) and Mac since 1990. I use both today - Mac by choice, Windows not by choice.

    I think you're in for quite a pleasant surprise if/when you make the transition.

    I converted to Linux in 2007 and Mac in 2009 after using Windows since version 3.1 and don't miss a thing! It's true what they say "Mac's just work."

    The resident professional Microsoft astroturfers will be here shortly to point out the error of your ways. ;)

    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.

    The diehard Windows apologists have a hard time seeing beyond the monitor in front of them.





    JimMacFan
    Mar 22, 10:21 PM
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