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  • Deepdale
    Sep 17, 04:39 AM
    [QUOTE=LethalWolfe]Ask her if you can mount your drive on her desktop./QUOTE]

    :) Asking is clearly worth a shot. What's the worst that can happen ... being told that going for coffee is okay, but no new discs are being allowed in her Superdrive for the forseeable future? It might help if you have a letter from Steve approving of this.

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  • longofest
    Sep 27, 11:08 AM
    I expect that 10.4.8 will be required for Aperture 1.5 (as OS updates are normally required to add RAW support for new cameras). A post on another forum (arstechnicas iirc) by someone who was at Photokina and had talked to someone from Apple said that Aperture 1.5 was scheduled to be available for download at the end of the show (October 1st)...

    Aperture 1.5 lists 10.4.7 as the minimum requirement

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  • aristotle
    Jun 11, 12:48 PM
    I don't understand why T-Mobile is using 700/2100 instead of 2100 up and down. The iPhone and other handsets support 2100 but not 700.

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  • obeygiant
    Apr 8, 11:27 AM
    Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R) said Tuesday he does not support a GOP proposal to slash funding for Planned Parenthood, saying the cuts go too far.

    Brown is the second GOP senator to oppose the measure, which House Republicans want to attach to a long-term spending bill.

    "I support family planning and health services for women," Brown said in a statement. "Given our severe budget problems, I don't believe any area of the budget is completely immune from cuts. However, the proposal to eliminate all funding for family planning goes too far."

    House Republicans have pushed for language cutting $300 million in federal aid and grants to Planned Parenthood, which provides abortions. The federal Hyde Amendment prohibits federal funding for abortion services, but anti-abortion rights activists and conservative lawmakers insist federal money that goes to Planned Parenthood for contraception and other reproductive health services could help indirectly fund abortions.

    It is not clear from Brown's statement whether his opposition would lead him to vote against a spending bill that included the ban on Planned Parenthood funding. Brown voted in early March for the House Republican long-term continuing resolution that contained the cuts and did not specify how he would vote if it came up again.

    "As we continue with our budget negotiations, I hope we can find a compromise that is reasonable and appropriate," he said.

    Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) has also said she opposes cutting off funding for Planned Parenthood. Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine) has voiced support for keeping funding for another family planning program.the hill (http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/151205-scott-brown-gops-planned-parenthood-cuts-go-too-far)

    I think maybe if you're cutting 4 trillion from the budget, every single item would be effected. If we cut defense spending does that mean we want to be attacked?


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  • gregdeeg
    May 2, 11:36 PM
    I just activated my first iPhone (white) a few hours ago on VZW. The clear Incase Snap Case I bought for it a week ahead of time DOES NOT FIT...no matter how hard I try. It seems the white lip is bigger than the black lip, and this is the part the snap case secures to. Anyone else find this?

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  • reden
    Apr 30, 05:18 PM
    So you'd recommend the PC version over the MAC??

    Not at all, can't say I would because the Mac beta was just released. They probably need to fix bugs, and it will run on par with the PC version sooner or later. I'm honestly thrilled the beta is out for Mac now, because regardless of the performance issues, I much rather play the Mac beta, instead of having to boot in Windows just to play it. More than anything, the game bogging down happens when I haven't explored the map, very weird. As long as the area is not shaded, it's all good. Plus, I do play this on 2650x1600 resolution, might go down a notch for the Mac version til they fix this.

    It's like xmas this year for Mac! SCII and Steam, yay! Can't wait to play Team Fortress 2, rock on.


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  • djltoronto
    Jan 7, 12:18 PM
    still waiting for facebook to sync actual information like phone numbers and email addresses... now that would be handy!

    Palm pre does this right outa the box

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  • headset
    Mar 24, 03:32 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Yeah this is a deal. I just called our local store and the guy said they're out of 16gbs nationally. Considering a 32...


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  • Cynicalone
    Apr 19, 09:55 AM
    iOS Expose could be an improvement to multitasking, maybe they need to wait for the A5 to have the power to make it work.

    64GB should have happened a long time ago imo.

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  • shadowfax0
    Sep 15, 04:00 PM
    I have a dual 450, and I play WCIII all the time, if anything, it's faster than my friends Athlon 2100+. I notice no choppiness and my computer is 3 years old. I have 2x AGP and PC100 RAM, and my computer is still fast, not fastest, but I have a fast computer, no doubt about it. And one other thing, yeah my friend might be able to say, crunch more SETI blocks, but as for actual usefullness, I do week-long calculations in Mathematica for my patent (when I can give up WCIII :) But they're a week long, because they're a week long, not because the computer is slow, it would still take a fast computer 4 days to do) and can still USE my computer while it's calculating. So as it doing that I can still check my mail or come here once in a while, without having to worry about jeopordizing my calculation.


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  • ct2k7
    Apr 23, 06:56 AM
    Strangely enough, I'm doing a lot better than I was when I attended college. Having my daughter totally shook my life up.

    She is your motivation, and I completely respect and congratulate you on that.

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    Nov 17, 04:28 PM
    This kid is awesome. Good for him. I want one.


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  • Apple OC
    May 2, 07:54 PM
    Genetic tests for identification usually take up to 5-10 days, but usually more than 2. Technology. heh.

    on a mission like this ... you bring the "Lab" with you

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  • rovex
    Apr 5, 02:03 PM
    Consumer Reports crack me up sometimes.


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  • Counter
    Oct 10, 08:14 AM
    Digital distribution of movies isn't going to put any sizeable dent in dvd sales for a long time. If ever at the current prices, which I extremely doubt will be reduced.

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  • Mac-Addict
    Oct 25, 03:47 PM
    gonna try to get there for 5.59 pm, guess i can queue for sixty seconds, better get a t-shirt though or i will be peeved.

    met line from pinner so may be late if there are delays. hope they still have some copies of Tiger left as i need one for my old eMac. should be on sale right?

    i hear that hamleys will be selling Leopard for �49.00 on the day and starting at 5.45 pm. also free beer and a wink from the cashier with every copy sold.

    see you all soon.

    Pfft if you think you're getting a t-shirt at 5:59 you're living in a dream world :P


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  • efoto
    Sep 18, 08:27 PM
    I agree. Don't be creepy, too. No heavy breathing through your teeth so it makes that creepy noise, and no Fava beans with Chianti for lunch.


    I'll give that try, and keep those things in mind. The problem being, it will be hard because she won't see the real me, what with no heavy breathing and Fava-bean/Chianti lunch :rolleyes: :D

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  • chisnic
    Apr 12, 04:38 PM
    It does. You need to go into Tools --> Synch Services and enable calendar sync. I then restarted Outlook and iTunes, synced my iPhone (Info --> Advanced --> Replace info on this iPhone) and everything was there when I went into the calendar.


    EDIT: It also keeps the category colours from Outlook which is awesome, as Entourage never managed to do this.

    Well, I just recently switched from Windows to Mac OS X. In Windows, one is able to sync Outlook through iTunes with the iPhone. But in OS X, iTunes shows only the sync options with iCal and Address Book contacts, nothing from Outlook. I'm probably missing something here and would appreciate some enlightenment. Thanks to anyone in advance!

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  • vistadude
    Mar 30, 10:56 PM
    It doesn't show up in xcode either? Is there some option I'm missing?


    Sep 13, 07:32 AM
    It's nothing too much to worry about in my experience. The anaesthetist will likely come round and talk to you about while calculating exactly how much you need with regard to your age, size and general reaction to medicines.

    A couple of pills and a paper cup later and you'll be out. Can't remember if I had gas/injections or what but that may be to do with how quickly I went out! Grogginess possibly depends on the length of time and severity of the op I think.

    This experience was from when I had a knee op when I was younger and they miscalculated my size and recommended dosage for my age (6ft at 14). They gave me too much and had to hit me with a shot of adrenaline to wake me up. Couldn't sleep for about 24 hours after that, but it meant it was no trouble staying up all night and watching the Bulls march to another NBA trophy.

    Plenty of people get worried about Generals but if you are in good health aside from the subject of the op itself, you should be fine.

    Hope it does the trick iGary!

    Apr 16, 04:40 PM
    Haha, exactly what I was thinking.

    Sometimes, the app store restrictions are a bit ridiculous, and when Apple realizes that they're dealing with people who know what they're doing, they remove those restrictions quickly.

    What they really need, though, is the ability to recognize items of merit before turning them down. It reminds me of how ridiculous zero tolerance rules are on school campuses. Expelling students for "weapons" that are not really weapons i.e. finger nail clippers, etc. Rules and filters are fine when not implemented in a manner that lacks common sense. However, it comes with the territory now that Apple is in the media distribution game. To enter such and arena, one accepts the inherent danger of becoming a censor. To be completely open to all content would be an irresponsible business decision in terms of PR. Tighten up your filter a little to much and you land on the other end of negative PR. Apple will be adjusting its policies towards content for years and never find a perfectly safe position.

    Apr 3, 01:43 PM
    Great post. I've heard of Pages by Pages, but I didn't think that Apple's Pages was a direct descendant. While I took programming classes in college on a NeXT box, I never used the app and thought it was more of a classic word processor.
    A lot of people didn't give Pages a try back then... it was a little expensive ($795), and I was using FrameMaker for papers on NeXT systems back then.

    As for the rest of the discussion about comparing Pages to other apps...

    I think it's absolutely fair to compare Pages to what else is out there...
    What I see Pages as trying to do (again) is to define a new category.

    I've seen the same thing happen with Create. When people try to do a toe-to-toe line up on some other app's specialty area, it is going to fall short. Compare Create to Illustrator in doing illustration and Illustrator wins... But it should, after all it is a dedicated illustration app, while Create is not. Compare Create to InDesign or QuarkXPress for page layout and those other apps win... But they should, after all they are dedicated layout apps. Further, all those dedicated apps cost far more than Create.

    The problem is that most people hold up what is new to what they know. I think that if something like Create was held up to QuarkXPress looking at both apps illustration abilities, that would be just as fair. It is when we restrict these newer (to most people) apps to categories that they are not attempting to compete in directly that the comparisons fall far short.

    I truly believe that apps like Pages and Create fill voids that exist in the software industry today. First, they don't cost as much as high end solutions. Second, they address some ranges of users which other companies try to force into high or low end apps. The gulf between the high end and low end has been getting larger over the years.

    Pages lets people with little background make quality documents. Create provides a middle ground for people with experience that don't have the money or need for the top of the line professional apps.

    Rather than pushing these into other categories, we should embrace these apps for filling these gaps in our (collective) software selection.

    As I said, Pages, is not for me... but it is a solution for someone and I recognize that. And I sure don't need (or want) Apple to redefine it around my needs at the expense of those it is design to serve.


    I guess the point I'm trying to make is that just because Pages isn't the app that some people want it to be doesn't make it a bad app or one that doesn't have it's place in the computing world.

    Mar 20, 08:05 PM

    I'm a new freelance photographer (just upgraded to a Canon 7D) and I was hoping to take some photos of the iPad 2 launch at the Apple Retail Store in Glasgow, Scotland on Friday 25th March.

    I have seen one or two photographers there before for previous launches so there must be some interest by the newspapers/magazines.

    I am prepared to do this for free as it would at least get my name out there, however I was wanting to contact the newspapers and magazines first to see if I could get their permission to cover the event for them. This could perhaps get me a pass to take photos inside the Apple Store too.

    If all else fails, Ill turn up, take some photos outside (which is a public place) and email them in to the newspapers/magazines.

    What I'm wondering is how do I contact them in the first place? Either to ask if they would like me to cover the launch for them or to submit photos to them after the event.

    Any help would be much apprenticed.

    Many thanks in advance!

    Sep 25, 10:55 AM
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    Good eye! Thanks for the heads up.

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