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  • twoodcc
    Oct 26, 01:34 PM
    i'm pretty disappointed that it's not universal

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  • samiwas
    Apr 11, 10:32 AM
    That's true but I can't understand how anyone can be looking at this years budget deficit on top of the entire 14trillion+ deficit and not saying America needs huge (in the trillions) cuts and raised taxes and now.

    You forgot one thing. I added it for you. You're welcome.

    I love how so many here talk about needed cuts, but never talk about needing to raise taxes. :rolleyes:

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  • Origin
    Sep 20, 09:43 AM
    What's up doc ? Wrong forum ???? :D

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 10, 08:29 AM
    just so you know, mac pro NEVER had, let along past tense, Core 2 Duo (or Core 2 Dou)
    Woodcrest (Xeon), as much as it might have the similar technology underlying its processor, is NOT Core 2 Duo.

    i'm pretty sure that the Xeon (Woodcrest) is considered Core2Duo


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  • torbjoern
    May 3, 01:34 PM
    @notjustjay: the 13" already does have an SD-card slot. is there any chance that'll be taken away?

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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 15, 09:16 AM
    lets see, DB2 is just as expensive if not more. mysql and postgres suck compared to SQL server. we do use them a little. mysql is good for websites but not for internal databases. it's missing a lot of features that SQL and Oracle have because the former CEO is a moron and only put in features to make it standards compliant. i don't think it even had a x64 version back in 2006..

    Its very subjective to the developer whether what SQL database sucks.

    AD is a killer solution for internal IT. it sucks for customer facing ldap, but for your employee database it's great. integrates with MS exchange and upgrades over the years are easy.

    Zimbra integrates into itself (Its much more than just an exchange competitor now) and starts from free.


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  • Benjy91
    Apr 21, 12:58 PM
    Could these be Apples baby-steps into the console Market?

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  • runninmac
    Sep 6, 09:16 PM
    That is fricken awsome! Its now one of my bookmarks


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  • shelterpaw
    Sep 1, 12:21 PM
    I have a Windows XP box on my desk next to my G5 and XP's windows and menus are lightning fast and immediately responsive.

    There have been a few ways to increase the speed of the menu's. One was plist edit where you just changed a value and it made menu's pup-up instantly. I can't seem to find the how to, but there's one somewhere. Maybe someone here knows what I'm talking about and can post a link.

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  • theheadguy
    Mar 23, 08:23 PM
    I bet Apple keeps secrets better than the Government....
    They have less secrets to keep.

    The Government, I mean serious government, with big purchasing power gets great deals on Mac's better than you think and competitive to the high end systems you might get from Dell etc
    That's not true.


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  • surf2snow1
    Mar 24, 05:48 PM
    I just got off the phone with sale rep, and all they have is 32gb and 64gb left. When asked about the price, she said $500 for 32gb (??). I mentioned the article and she still said $500. Weird? Is there an official link to this somewhere on the verizon site, as all I can see is it bundled with mifi @ 429.99 (16gb).

    My store knew about the price drop and they had the price tag on the display updated. At the bottom of the price sheet that shows the iPad2 and iPad1 prices, it showed 299/399/499 for the different models. My guess is if you buy it in store, it should ring up at the lower price.

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  • mstrze
    Apr 5, 08:56 AM
    No. A car that gets 50mpg is likely much lighter than a car that gets 8mpgs... and hence doesn't put near as much wear on the road

    Agreed, but 6.25 (50/8) times as much 'damage'???

    Highly doubtful it's even twice as much 'damage'. An extra 1000lbs rolling along on the same type of rubber tires isn't going to increase wear all that much.

    Based completely on wear-and-tear on highways I still say that a gas tax is unfair. And this is why the the US is struggling for tax dollars to fund highway repair and upgrade projects these days.


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  • rust0r
    Nov 18, 09:31 PM
    The real crime is that there are people with hundreds of dollars to throw away on pretty phone covers while a billion people on the planet don't even have access to safe drinking water.

    I'm sure my logic will be ripped apart, but I've made my point. :cool:

    Do you have an iPhone 4 ? A car? Or other "non essential items" / luxury items ? EVERYONE, yes even individuals who want to make constant "poor starving African children" stance, have possessions they could do without. Sell your phone, sell your car, stop going to the movies, enjoy basic sustenance and give all your savings to foundations to help those in other counties...THEN you can scold everyone else about how they spend their hard earned dollars on luxury items

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  • redeye be
    Jun 1, 12:25 PM
    I just switched places with glencox on the team ladder.
    The up and down arrows work fine here.

    Dreadnought, could you check the widget with this (-> 97758 <-) user id and tell me if the arrow works?



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  • ct2k7
    May 2, 08:10 PM
    on a mission like this ... you bring the "Lab" with you

    Unless the microgenetics machines are small, well, there are several stages in DNA transcription and reverse transcriptase, which would make several conditions unsuitable. Heat destroys it. It can be awfully slow. There are at least 6 stages using different equipment.

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  • Cerano
    Apr 24, 01:44 AM
    This comparison is garbage. The reviewer took a 13" MBP 2011 with a 2.3 GHz i5, 4GB and 128GB SSD and compared it to a 11" MBA with 1.4 GHz, 2GB and 64GB SSD. I would have liked to see him put a 13" MBA with 2.1Ghz and 4GB, I don't think the differences would have been so dramatic.

    There is no way a decision to purchase a SB MBA should be influenced by such a lopsided comparison.


    he should have done so with an 11" ultimate at least. the 4GB ram makes a hella big difference when opening all the apps. Obviously with 2GB ram it runs the chance of paging to file


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  • Sharky II
    Sep 25, 10:39 AM
    Can't believe aperture doesn't support more RAW types yet.

    Until it supports more/all of the raw types, it will never be a real 'pro' application imho

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  • Analog Kid
    Nov 21, 09:24 PM
    Maybe the Power Chips ( website is more welcoming. Seems like similar technology with a larger potential for energy recovery (70-80%). Hard to believe.

    I dunno-- the dolphin speared by a mining pick was a bit unsettling...

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  • Brometheus
    Apr 16, 05:56 PM
    I can't defend Apple's rejection of this app, because it doesn't make sense to me. However, I can see how Apple's approval policy can lead to unintended consequences. If we view Apple as evil, then of course we will see nothing but malevolent intent. However, if we think about how the process actually works, we should realize that some of these things are predictable. I don't work for Apple, but I expect that like any organization that employs human beings, there will be variation in judgement based on the fact people are different, and the reality that it's impossible to account for every scenario. The idea that Apple can make every prohibited type of app crystal clear does not make sense to me. There are always situations that can't be covered 100%. There are trade-offs as in all of life. Lack of flexibility always comes at a price, so you do the best you can. The reviewers at Apple are like everyone else in society. Some are mature (not necessarily meaning older) people with good insight and can make good judgements when they interpret the rules. Others try to make decisions based on an interpretation of the rules that is not based on what most of us would consider good judgment.

    There are situations, such as Apple's attitude regarding Flash on the iPhone OS, when we know where the entire company stands. Sometimes we can't be sure that a decision reflects the entire company. So when people claim that "Apple" is doing something to screw someone over, sometimes it's a specific individual at Apple; someone who may not share the same perspective as the senior leaders at Apple, or even another Apple employee 10 feet away from them.

    Feb 23, 03:18 PM
    The government already manages my retirement and my healthcare. Managing in-app purchases seems like small potatoes. Really, there are no limits to federal power anymore. They should just do whatever gets them a few minutes on TV to get re-elected.

    Apr 5, 11:05 PM
    This is so on the money.

    I was just having lunch while watching a film on my iPad. Next table over a table of business people are showing off one of their new iPads. People respond so positively to the experience on so many levels it really has something for nearly everyone.

    The important thing that apple got was that making great computers for 2% of the population, or smaller, was one thing. Making a great piece of hardware for 95% of the world something else entirely and much more lucrative.

    Isn't he also saying that Apple have targeted that 2% because they knew they are important to their success in targeting the much boarder world. Not just success up to this point but going forward as well. If they loose the 2% their don't have the content they need to drive the appeal.

    "Wozniak: Tablet is the PC for 'normal people'"

    Because Woz would know normal people.

    Well he seems to be saying he didn't, he was caught up in the nerd lust and engineer as all the other techies. That is was someone else who saw it all for what it could be to "normal" people, and lead him on part of the ride.

    Mar 11, 03:28 PM
    I too will be swapping out my US made foreign car for an "American" car, but anymore, I'm not sure what that means.

    Good point. There is a little article in the April Car and Driver that lists all of the cars assembled in North America and their actual domestic parts content. Some of it is pretty shocking. Sorry, I don't think they have it online, but if somebody really wants it, I can scan it.

    As an example, the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry are both 80% U.S./Canadian parts content. The Chevrolet Silverado pickup? ...61%. :eek:

    Nov 14, 11:16 AM
    Not legally ... Apple owns the patent to the iPod dock connector. Any commercial or retail use is strictly against Apple patents. Developers pay a small percentage to Apple for every product sold that uses the iPod dock connector. While it has been hacked and many home brew adapter guides have been on the internet, these items are also not for sale. So, I doubt we WILL see such an adapter.

    Of course, what you're implying, but not saying explicitly, is that Apple would never license the dock connector to a product that would be an adaptor to Zune. I'm not so sure that's true. Look at it this way, what's the best way for Apple to make sure that companies don't go putting Zune connectors in their cars and on their airplanes? Allow there to be a way to connect a Zune to an iPod dock connector. It's very magnanimous of Apple, but it means that Zune users will have one more bit of inconvenience compared to iPod users.

    So, I stand by what I said. I believe it will happen... legally.

    Apr 5, 09:35 AM
    I do some download in my app where some of the data are images. In my app I save this data and create uiimages object where needed. Everything works fine so far. My problem is:
    I have a custom tableViewCell class and in this class I have a UIImageView defined. No matter which size I set to this Uiimageview, the image put into it gets the height of the tablecell. I have tried to change the viewMode for the cell uiimageview content but without any luck so far. What can I do to actually get the images to be displayed with the size of the uiimageview it is added into...?

    The images is created like this:
    NSFileManager *fileManager = [[NSFileManager alloc]init];
    UIImage *imgToUse = [[UIImage alloc] initWithData:[fileManager contentsAtPath:[dict objectForKey:@"data_path"]]];
    [fileManager release];

    After this the images is saved into a dictionary and in the table delegate method - (UITableViewCell *)tableView:(UITableView *)t cellForRowAtIndexPath:(NSIndexPath *)indexPath {
    the image is added to the imageView, like this:
    cell.imageView.image = [[self.imageDict objectForKey:@"some key here"];

    Any Ideas? I do not understand why the cell height controls the image height? What am I doing wrong?
    Thanks in advance!

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