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  • mkrishnan
    Sep 8, 11:30 AM
    HAHAHAHAHAHAAAHAHAHAHA

    wait, your name is michael bolton?

    :p ;) :D

    If it was, I'm pretty sure Bush would somehow be responsible.

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  • twoodcc
    Dec 10, 09:35 PM
    For an H50, that's still too high temps for an OC. My 930, under -smp 8 settings with an H50 runs at 65C and 38C idle.

    what case do you have?

    i'm actually have problems with my northbridge temps on the asus. i think it's the motherboard. right now i have the case open and a box fan blowing air on it





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  • ulbador
    Apr 26, 09:59 AM
    The point dejo was trying to make, is that you are missing a VERY basic Objective C (well, any language really) fundamental.

    This:


    - (void) cancelIt:(NSTimer*)timer


    does NOT create an object.

    It's simply a map to say "When I call this method, I will pass in an existing timer object". It is still your responsibility to allocate/initialize a timer and then pass that into your method. Simply using the selector as you are doing wouldn't accomplish this.

    At some point you would have to do something like:


    [self cancelIt:MyExistingAndValidTimerObject];





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  • Westside guy
    Oct 28, 05:07 PM
    Well, stuff like iScroll2 - the two-finger scrolling hack for older Macs like my Powerbook - was able to be developed because of freely-accessible Darwin source code. I'd imagine the tun/tap 3rd party virtual devices + drivers (needed by openvpn) also wouldn't have been feasible if the developer couldn't get at the kernel source.

    Right now the osx86 project is of little interest to the public at large, since it's not like you get a box that is particularly useful to someone that doesn't want to tweak incessantly (sound may or may not work, networking may not work, printing may not work, etc.). But I imagine Apple wants to keep forcing them to re-solve the basic functionality issues over and over, so they don't get to the point where the average user would actually find it worthwhile to investigate this.



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  • brianus
    Oct 17, 03:01 PM
    Yes, it's appalling.. ;)

    Oh, well, every time I hear someone say they can't see the difference between a standard DVD and an HD-DVD/BluRay disc when shown on a proper 1080p display, I cringe. Perhaps they need to just buy the 25" TV for $200 along with a $25 DVD player, take the money they save and get some laser eye surgery. :D

    Actually, with my new HD set up, most family and friends that see it in action are usually awed by it. I have several friends and neighbors that continuously invite themselves over for monday night football and other events. Most of them think it's pretty cool, but would never spend that kind of money on their home theatre setup (I don't think I spent that much, the TV accounted for over half of everything and it was $3600). A couple of them in the past few months though didn't balk at the price and they went and bought one too...

    But yeah, I'm an "-ophile" when it comes to audio and video. I don't really fit in with the rest of my family. I have an uncle that's only about 10 years older than me and I let him have a left-over 20" TV when I moved. I told him it's a nice set - only about 3 years old. His only concern was "is it color?".

    I know I'm the minority around here when I say this, but I don't own an iPod. :eek: Yeah, it's true... I personally don't care for the MP3 format and the lesser quality offerings of iTunes. If it isn't at least CD quality, uncompressed, I don't want it. And yes, I can hear the difference on my sound system which is a separate setup from my home theatre.

    My wife tells me that I'm insane... She's probably right, but what do I care. :D

    Well, my dad's the same way with audio. He's a professional sound engineer, so it stands to reason -- he's still got a huge stack of DAT tapes next to the computer. No DVD-Audio though; you just can't find it much anymore.

    If most folks not only don't have the knowledge or interest, they also don't have the kind of money to invest in these kinds of hi-def technologies in their early, expensive years (for HD that includes, of course, the enormous televisions required to really get anything from the higher definition). By the time this stuff comes down in price and is more readily available, SD downloads will be more common.

    I suppose working in the HD formats' favor is the coming of HDTV, which will be the standard whether we like it or not. Sooner or later DVD-9 will *have* to be superceded by something in a high definition format, else the stuff we download or buy will be crappier looking than the stuff we can watch for free. And, of course, in the mean time the discs themselves will be extremely useful for some types of data storage. I eagerly await the day when, in my job, I can archive a TB of files to eight 200GB Blu-Rays instead of 200-odd DVD-Rs, and I'm sure many small/medium businesses do too.





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  • Peace
    Apr 15, 12:30 PM
    Using aluminum would hinder the cellular reception wouldn't it ?



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  • anjinha
    Apr 21, 11:23 AM
    Yeah, I see what you're saying. I was able to change the vote on your post back and forth from 1 to -1 with one click.


    On a side note, before I start a new thread about it, is anyone having issues with the ability to view PMs? I'm getting a "fatal error".

    I voted Skunk's post as well so that accounts for one vote.





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  • floam
    Oct 28, 05:02 PM
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  • ratzzo
    Apr 29, 03:44 PM
    I like it as it is in Snow Leopard.





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  • tdhurst
    Jan 10, 05:10 PM
    Wow...and the world wonders why the tech blogger crowd is having a hard time being taken seriously as journalists.



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  • extraextra
    Oct 3, 01:29 PM
    Like maybe a 12" MPB ?

    I'm crossing my fingers.





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  • TheBobcat
    Mar 29, 11:12 AM
    This is really exciting!

    Too bad we don't have caning here like they do in Singapore. I'll bet if we did little punks like this wouldn't pull this crap.



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  • jayducharme
    May 3, 01:52 PM
    Maybe to let us know they're not just cracking down on iPhone owners?

    And also maybe to suggest that "open" isn't all it's cracked up to be. The promise of an open system doesn't always play out in the real world. It works well for geeks who know what they're doing, but for the average consumer it can create a big headache (inadvertently installing a rogue program, for instance). It's a trade-off: more freedom vx. more stability.





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  • breadesign
    Jan 15, 05:05 PM
    Still. No. Flash. On. My. Iphone.

    W. T. F??!

    ... oh yes forgot that... another strike!



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  • Hastings101
    May 3, 10:05 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)



    Apple commercials are bright, uplifting and show how technology enhances the human experience. They show people using iPads, iPhones, MacBooks, etc in everyday situations. However Android Zoom, BB Playbook, Tab are dark, joyless with people abducted by aliens, enveloped and overpowered by machines, etc.

    I think there's something magical and revolutionary about getting kidnapped by aliens and overpowered by machines. You just don't see that stuff happening too often in life, and we need to enjoy it when it happens.





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  • dethmaShine
    Apr 16, 10:35 AM
    already exists - Amazon Cloud/Music Player

    What's go good about it?

    It's like dropbox but free for 5GB. :rolleyes:



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  • mw360
    Apr 6, 09:40 AM
    What makes them worthless?

    Anyway, you live by the Apple you die by the Apple. Your choice to make your choices theirs.

    They're worthless because the user's likelihood of clicking on each iAd is not related to the user's interest in the product. They'll probably just click on all of them, just to see what they look like.

    That's a really bad platform for advertisers, where they're basically paying per click to exhibit to a very cynical audience (eg rival advertisers, agencies etc).





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  • MacG
    Nov 16, 04:17 PM
    Maybe the AMD laptops are coming today :eek:

    The store is currently down...
    http://images.apple.com/r/store/backsoon/title_backsoon1.gif





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  • DMann
    Jan 14, 01:52 AM
    Bill Gates was also a programmer at Apple, when Steve and company visited Xerox Parc and learned about the windows GUI concept. Bill took that concept when he left Apple and started Microsoft, then teamed up with IBM that was looking for a new OS to use with their PC's. Which they would later sell to corporate America, the government, and the military. Also with IBM clones, Windows PC's would become affordable for the average person needing a computer. Hence the reason there are more PC users than Mac users, but that is starting to change as Windows becomes less secure and more bloated.

    Bill Gates was never an Apple employee. He had already swindled IBM by selling them an OS which he didn't yet even have,
    put together his hacked QDOS, (literally, Quick and Dirty Operating System) and submitted that with redundant licensing and royalty
    agreements to IBM, well before agreeing to design MS Word for Mac. He borrowed the Mac computer, swiped code off of it, and hence
    designed (hacked) Windows 1.0 -- As far as working for Apple, one might say he was merely working against Apple.





    one1
    May 3, 10:48 PM
    IMO, until the ipad gets this, which is entirely possible, it will remain more of a toy than a tool, and all these commercials will be nothing but fodder for the haters.

    there's nothing wrong with toys, and this is a nice one, but these lines about doctors, CEOs, etc., are just plain ridiculous.

    Ummmm incorrect. I have a major surgery coming up and the only way me and my doctor could sit down together and review the CT Scan was with my iPad 2 since all CT Scans are done on digital now instead of film. I simply stopped by the hospital and snagged the cd the night before my appointment and loaded it before I left the next day.

    My doctor said this was on his wish list, but he couldn't find anywhere in stock.


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    RichP
    Oct 19, 11:11 AM
    Two can play at that game. I still have the 400 shares I bought in 1997.

    Do the math. :)

    Damn! Can only wonder what it cost back then..those were dark days back then...





    asxtb
    Sep 12, 07:40 AM
    In reality the whole 'Showtime' theme is really just to introduce a new movie staring Steve. :eek:





    John Purple
    Jan 15, 04:42 PM
    Will there an update to the macbook soon or should i buy one right now, i am disappointed in the mba

    See the Buyer's Guide on top of this page :o





    Synthion
    Mar 7, 05:38 AM
    Apple isn't the origin of all their ideas, some, but not all. Look at it this way.


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