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  • PeggyD
    Jan 11, 02:49 PM
    I thought the same thing until I watched the streaming keynote video. MacRumors really ruined my day by misquoting Steve. I was super hyped all morning about hearing a lot about the Mac, but Steve actually said (and I'm partially paraphrasing):

    "2007 is gonna be a great year for the mac, but that's all we're gonna say about it today. over the next several months we're gonna be rolling out some awesome new stuff for the mac... but for today we're gonna move on"

    Had MacRumors taken the time to get that one tiny bit of information right in their live text feed, I wouldn't have been nearly as upset about the whole thing as I was. They built my hopes up very high with that remark and it really ticked me off.

    I, too, kept waiting for him to move on to software or something Mac-related. That error in the text feed made my disappointment even worse.

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  • iCaleb
    Sep 1, 01:13 AM
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  • xUKHCx
    Oct 18, 03:05 PM

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  • mkjj
    Jul 9, 11:21 AM
    eBay of course.

    RedLightRunner and MissingByte also but prices can be high

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  • tdbaws
    Mar 6, 10:56 PM
    does anyone know of any existing thread/another site where I can ask questions about final cut pro?

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  • Jonimeesermann
    Apr 25, 11:47 AM
    Go to format in menubar. And then font-capitalization. Choose none.

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  • slackersonly
    Oct 2, 09:14 AM
    Where do you see this? Every ebay auction I see for dotmac ends up being at least $75 or more with $5 shipping at least.

    Not that great a deal.

    Maybe its a time of the year thing. I paid $41 in May of this year.

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  • Nameci
    Apr 16, 10:28 AM
    yes, it was not showing cache size, it shows none... my temps were to on the higher 30's on idle, but never cranked up as high as 58 like before I installed CHUD, that it maintains the temperature at 56 the lowest even on idle. Good luck with it and enjoy your PMG4 Dual MDD...

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  • LimeiBook86
    Dec 19, 12:46 AM
    That's pretty nifty! Pardon my Flash ignorance, but what do you mean by Onion-skinned?
    Onion Skinned is just a fancy term for tracing paper :D

    BTW - very nice work ;)

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  • elgrecomac
    Mar 1, 04:54 PM
    GP jailbroken at 4.2.1 but now my camera doesn't work.

    Any suggestions besides starting from scratch?


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  • Slurpy2k8
    Mar 23, 11:01 AM
    Now if this guy is not leaving to retire. Then RIP Apple. Seriously, if Apple thinks I want my computer to resemble an overgrown iPad then they can loose my money and I'll be buying an Alienware.
    Microsoft seem to be the only ones that still get computers? Apple has done brilliantly as well but I really do worry that they have an itch to dumb them down to ridiculous levels!!

    Then again...... perhaps the man is leaving because he just is not comfortable with the talk from other employee's about where they want to take Apple after Mr Jobs leaves which is no doubt going to be very soon. I have a feeling they want to go in an entirely new direction..

    IMO you don't leave a massively successful company after 22 years without a reason unless your retiring.

    I'm sure Apple won't miss 'loosing' your money (seriously, why the hell can't people spell this word right), nor do they give a damn what you think, as they seem to understand what most people want, more so than any other company on the planet. I have the Lion beta installed, and it's by far their best release yet. Goodluck with the alienware.

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  • menziep
    Mar 23, 11:44 AM
    Are GPUs Supported By SETi or Folding

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  • Littleodie914
    Mar 23, 09:04 AM
    Dang, Federighi has large shoes to fill. His Lion demo was so-so. Serlet has been on the Mac OS X team since day one if I remember right, and has always seemed to understand where it needed to go next.

    I wonder if the departure has anything to do with Mac OS X transitioning away from a traditional desktop OS towards a more touch-centric, "no-fuss" one. Would be interested in Serlet's opinion on this.

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    Feb 1, 11:45 AM

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  • Hazza95
    Jan 25, 02:32 PM
    i bought the season pass for Chuck season 4, and ep12 said it was ready to download. after it downloaded and i started watching it. it was ****** Pretty Little Liars instead!! WHAT THE HELL?! not happy. Is it other people as well or just me? :confused: get back to me soon.

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  • SandboxGeneral
    Mar 18, 08:53 PM
    And the point of this is what? So you can get an iPad 2 yourself. :rolleyes:

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  • reubs
    Sep 11, 09:05 AM

    This is weird and kind of disgusting, but I'd like to know where it came from...


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  • MattG
    Oct 4, 07:07 AM
    To recap all the comments above...
    Pretty muc everyone who actually had to *use* Notes for work hates it.
    The only people who seem to be praising it are the ones who are paid to maintain it. Notice how the Notes fanbois refer to it as a "product", "platform", "solution", etc - and yet provide not a single example where the features of the client itself would make the user more happy and productive.
    Yes, I said the word: User!
    It's the users that matter most.
    And Notes client makes any user miserable.
    It is slow, it uses non-standard interface elements, and it has a really steep learning curve (even for the 'engineer' types). I am not a big fan of Outlook, but even Outlook is light years ahead of Notes.
    As for the Domino server itself... That thing is just as bad as the client.
    Its raison d'etre seems to be simplification of development process.
    And it might have made (some limited) sense in 1995.
    Not anymore.
    Everything, and I mean everything, that you can do with Domino, you can do with Ruby, PHP/MySQL/PostgreSQL, WebObjects, or Java.
    You can do it in less time, using highly visual dev environments. You can also easily collaborate on the development process, and systematically create concise documentation. The finished product will run fast and solid, and it won't depend on proprietary (terrible) client software. You will just need a web browser.
    Domino, on the other hand, is pure garbage. I remember working in a 20 person company back in '00 where we had a Domino server running on a dual 500MHz PIII server with 2 gigs of RAM - very expensive at the time. It was very hard on the poor machine. It was choking. And the only three things the server was used for were email, very basic scheduling, and a billable hour tracking app. Not that that server is any speed demon by modern standards... But a non-Domino system having the same functionality would not have created any measurable load on the server at all with only 20 users. Did I also mention the server was less than stable? And I still remember how SP6 for NT completely brought the damn thing down... Ouch.

    I agree for the most part. It's the same where I work. We had one resident Domino fan (who left us about 8 months ago), and she was the only one in our department who really liked it. Most IT people I know hate Lotus Notes, and our department is no exception. The client is an absolute pain in the ass to contend with. The whole system of IDs and certifiers is a nightmare.

    Here are some perfect examples of what's wrong with Domino/Notes.

    1. A friend of mine where I work accidentally deleted her Notes ID file one time. (for those of you who don't know, unless you're using the web client, a Notes ID is what stores your personal information [including your password] and you need this to log on to the system). We tried to restore her ID from a backup copy we made when the account was originally created, but it wouldn't work because this copy of the ID was from before she got married, and her name was changed on Domino. The resident Domino fangirl putzed around with it for hours, and could not get it to work. She ended up deleting the account and recreating it, blaming my friend saying "she made a dumb mistake by deleting her ID file." That may have been so, but doesn't it seem a bit ridiculous that there isn't a "Regenerate Notes ID" button in Administrator? Seems like a stupid thing to leave out. So, someone accidentally deletes their ID file (which I'm sure happens at places all the time), you can't regenerate it, and you have to recreate the account? Ludicrous.

    2. Or how about the fact that in Domino Admin, I can't change the password in an ID file, so if someone forgets it, they're SOL? As the admin I can't change a password???!!?

    3. We've currently got about 5000 users on our student email server. These are iNotes only users -- they don't get ID files and they don't use the Notes client, just web-mail. Domino doesn't provide anyway to track usage of these, only with Notes-ID clients. I've been trying to come up with a way to show how many people are accessing their accounts, and you just can't do it. I've spent hours on the phone with IBM trying to figure this out, and I can't. Their techs don't know how to do it. I'm trying to figure out who hasn't used their account in a year or more so they can be deleted, and IBM doesn't give you any way to track usage through the web client.

    Good stuff.

    I do have to say though, that although the client is awful and a pain to use, and that users are difficult to administrate sometimes, the server itself holds up pretty well. It really doesn't crash much.

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  • scan300
    Jul 3, 10:23 AM
    I did something similar once. Basically a combination of turning off then on the external drive, while connected and/or restarting my computer fixed this.

    Somewhere some deamon still thinks the drive is connected, it's just a matter of getting it to reset.

    Oct 9, 04:22 PM
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    May 4, 08:05 AM
    Appleinsider just posted this roundup of ifixit's teardown. Apparently the iMac has the correct amount of thermal paste :p

    And removable graphics board!


    Apr 7, 03:25 PM
    Everyone here is quite happy with how Apple manages their personal data, but I bet a million dollars that not one of you has read the iTunes or App Store terms and conditions all the way through. We may one day find out that we all signed off on donating our DNA to Apple so that it could build a clone army of customers for the next million years.

    Apr 7, 02:28 PM
    Same here, but you can close Photos from the multitasking bar to reset it.

    Yes, I've noticed this exact same bug from time to time after upgrading to 4.3. And yes as noted, you can clear the bug by just quitting Photos from the multitasking screen.

    Nov 20, 12:59 PM
    weren't there other rumors regarding an "os x lite" edition earlier in the year?

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