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  • mac-help
    Mar 7, 10:12 AM
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  • rezenclowd3
    May 5, 10:26 PM
    ^^ +1 Go 1 series.

    Or even better, get a 2 seater, that way only you and your hottie current weekend date can be in the car. NO OTHER DUDES ALLOWED! So...thinking Z4 :D





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  • TheOnlyJon
    Oct 1, 02:18 PM
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    GREAT album.





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  • cr2sh
    Oct 18, 10:41 PM
    Legacy Village??

    Is that an apartment complex?'

    :confused:





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  • CorvusCamenarum
    Mar 16, 11:23 PM
    Before Lee's undies self-contort into yet another sheepshank, why don't we go to the sources rather than a secondhand blog?

    The NYT covered the story (http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/09/us/09assault.html?_r=1) (sorry, couldn't find the original).

    The part of the article relevant to the topic at hand:
    Residents in the neighborhood where the abandoned trailer stands � known as the Quarters � said the victim had been visiting various friends there for months. They said she dressed older than her age, wearing makeup and fashions more appropriate to a woman in her 20s. She would hang out with teenage boys at a playground, some said.

    �Where was her mother? What was her mother thinking?� said Ms. Harrison, one of a handful of neighbors who would speak on the record. �How can you have an 11-year-old child missing down in the Quarters?�

    Note that this is most likely from where the representative from Florida got her information and was paraphrasing, albeit with poor word choice.

    Now then, a follow up from the NYT public editor (http://publiceditor.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/03/11/gang-rape-story-lacked-balance/):
    The Times, responding to a wave of complaints, issued a statement Wednesday saying, �Nothing in our story was in any way intended to imply that the victim was to blame. Neighbors� comments about the girl, which we reported in the story, seemed to reflect concern about what they saw as a lack of supervision that may have left her at risk.�

    Of course, this begs the question of why a publication as liberal as the NYT would want to break with a generation or more of tradition and even hint at the insinuation that the victim was to blame?

    For that, we have to go to the UK's Daily Mail (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1365112/Horrific-gang-rape-18-men-girl-11-Texas-sparks-racial-tension.html)

    I guess the Times was stuck between blaming the victim and having another Jena 6 story on their hands.





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  • iNewbie
    Oct 4, 12:29 PM
    MattG,

    I stand corrected on a couple or your points. Again I'm mostly a developer and only dabble with admin.

    Regarding the iNotes user issue. Their activity IS logged differently. You need to turn that on in the server document. On the interent Protocols tab you can Enable logging to text files and then review it with a standard application or to a notes database Domlog.nsf. It's likely done this way for performance reasons. A quick search on notes.net gave me this answer.

    Regarding the last login time of a user, again it looks like you're correct regarding the person document. I did not find an immediate built in solution for this, which doesn't surprise me. Remember notes is more of a programming environment then a simple application. It's understood that if it doesn't do something out of the box you can build it yourself. If you don't like how mail works, change it or download a new template. If you need new views in the log database you can add them. If you want to track the last time a person hit's their e-mail database there are several ways to do that. Searching on Notes.net (2 forums) for "last login" or something similar will give you some ideas. If you activate the domlog.nsf database then you can write a little code, get the information you're looking for, and track it however you want. While it's not a built in feature, the fact remains that using the notes development tools you can do it yourself and you're not limited to how Lotus implements a solution.

    Regarding the stupidity of the security solution.... In some Environments like the CIA and NSA which use notes, you simply don't want a notes administrator to be able to access peoples e-mails or other information that they shouldn't be able to get to. They need to administer the system but not all the data. Notes security solves this problem.

    Now as you say you're a small college so you don't need this level of security. There's lots of posts and thoughts on ID management. Again if the user that was renamed wasn't using encryption then there is no issue as something can be recreated. the other was to go is to store the default id's in a "secure" place with the default passwords. But while convenient, this can cause problems.

    However, I would say that if an administrator ever got caught reading the Dean's e-mails the school would quickly want to increase the security level. There's now a lot of laws regarding privacy...


    Notes is not an end user solution. It's marketed to businesses and organizations. In my opinion, there should never be a notes environment that has an administrator but no developer. It can be one and the same, but someone really needs to know formula languge and lotusScript. With some development, you can write simple programs which do simple tasks.

    As an alternative you might want to check openntf.org. It's a Notes Opensource site and has things like a new mail template, user administration tools, etc...





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  • ozreth
    Apr 7, 12:33 PM
    This guy will sell it to me for 50. What do you think? Just a little worried about the 2.0ghz.

    http://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/sys/2296149201.html





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  • Funkymonk
    Apr 28, 10:06 AM
    Verizon already had a lot of high end android devices so maybe those customers didn't want to switch to a new platform? I know a few verizon iphone adopters that switched back to android. Lol maybe they just realized that at the end of the day all smartphones are essentially the same.





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  • chewbacalips
    Apr 18, 01:57 PM
    I've just installed Windows XP on my late-2010 MBP. I've also installed the drivers via the Mac OS X Installation disc.

    After installing the drivers, my trackpad functions started working. For example, right-clicking (i.e., two-finger click) and scrolling (i.e., two-finger drag) work well. This wasn't the case before installing the drivers.

    But I am missing one function in Windows that is present in OS X:

    In OS X, I would often drag a file from one corner of the screen to the other. I could do this in 2 ways: (1) click-and-hold the file using one-finger, and then, with the same finger, drag the file. However, by this method, I usually am not able to drag the file all the way across in one swoop, so I must let go and try again. Option 2 works better. (2) click-and-hold the file using one-finger, and then, with a second finger, drag the file (while still holding down with the 1st finger). I still get the problem of not being able to drag a file across the screen in one swoop, but in this case, I don't have to let go of the trackpad entirely and restart. I can simply let go of the 2nd finger, and start over (all the while, I never let go of the 1st finger). This method gives me a lot of precision and versatility in dragging files or dragging a selection across long distances.

    The problem is that this isn't working in Windows XP (referring to option 2 in the above examples). As soon as I introduce the 2nd finger onto the trackpad, the computer thinks I'm trying to perform a right-click rather than a drag. It's very annoying because I often find myself trying to perform selections of great length, but can't.

    Any ideas on how to change this to the OS X style? I went through the Bootcamp Control Panel options (which solved some other problems), but it didn't solve this problem.





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  • HarryKeogh
    Apr 8, 02:16 PM
    ...Now, where's Gauntlet, and I can stop nagging!


    iPad needs Gauntlet badly.

    Anybody? No?
    :(





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  • laurim
    Dec 24, 10:59 PM
    My sister gave me a zebra print toiletry bag (I travel a lot and asked for one) and the person who drew my name (my sister-in-law) gave me a big bottle of Asti champagne and two little bottles of Apple Brandy. In my family, people over 18 draw names and give a gift worth about $20 that starts with that year's letter. This year was "A". To make up for the lack of gifts, I bought myself a Kinect, Dance Central and a new mattress set :)





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  • MacDawg
    Dec 24, 08:28 AM
    Red Ryder BB Gun.

    You'll shoot your eye out :eek:





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  • Coffee87
    Feb 2, 10:53 AM
    I use TunesArt (http://www.jibapps.com/products/tunesart/). It's an iTunes plugin that lets you know what song is currently playing and can fetch up lyrics automatically. It can do a lot more too.

    Awesome! Thanks.





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  • elhungarian
    Apr 24, 11:36 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Why not just wait for iPhone 5?





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  • stephenli
    Nov 1, 02:08 AM
    Seriously thinking about picking one of these up. That clip makes it all worthwhile.

    Are there anybody want to buy a shuffle and use it as a clip for stationery?????
    it must be very cool!!! or, apple, please release a souvenir in shuffle's form factor! i want one to be use in office!!!





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  • ZoomZoomZoom
    Sep 26, 08:31 PM
    If he's 18 and you haven't had a good talk with him about each of your perspectives on sex, then you've either done something wrong in those 18 years, or you're a procrastinator. You can only get what you want if he wants what you want. And if he doesn't want to listen to you now, it's too late.





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  • sikuss
    Apr 5, 06:07 PM
    Could I get a link to this picture please?

    The front end issues will likely continue for most of the season, it seems to be a trait with the bike, not a setup problem.

    Sure (http://image.motorcyclistonline.com/f/30803255/122_1103_01_o+valentino_rossi_ducati_marlboro_team_qatar_motogp_test+.JPG.jpg)

    Just puzzles me since they had Stoner complaining about it last year too...





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  • bwrairen
    Mar 27, 06:29 PM
    Congrats on finishing your first semester of law school. Couple more things you will learn in the next couple of years:

    1. Illegal does not mean criminal. There are many laws that create liability that are not criminal. Any tort law, for example. Copyright laws are another example. Thus, no one cares what any prosecutor would do.

    2. You don't need a grand jury for all criminal charges. You definitely don't need one for false advertising.

    Hey...Perry Mason...read the whole thread. I wrote this post to respond to another poster that claimed the seller should be in jail. I was trying to explain to him that his actions were not criminal. If you would have read the whole thread, you might know that. I am aware of what charges need an indictment and those that don't. I was trying to reduce my argument to layman's terms so the original poster could understand.

    Thanks for the clarification though.





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  • JRoDDz
    Apr 6, 01:59 PM
    So you can get a 1TB hard drive for $80.... 12,000 of those.... not that big of an expenditure tbf.

    960,000$ a drop in the bucket for Apple.





    jayducharme
    Jul 23, 05:18 PM
    Hmmm ... foreshadowing of the iPhone 4's antenna problem?





    wovel
    Apr 4, 12:47 PM
    Stop with the FUD already. Businesses operating in the EU cannot do this. Just because corporations in the USA can, doesn't mean the rest of the world is the same... :rolleyes:

    So..Seriously why do you care then. Not one single publisher cares at all about the 30% that is a pretty standard affiliate cut in for news publishers and exactly what WSJ pays on it's lowest tier, it goes up from there for high volume affiliates.

    Do you have any proof that FT actually does sell email addresses?

    Just because businesses wants your email doesn't equate to they'll sell your details...

    Other then the guy saying it hurts their business model not to have all my personal info no.

    How hard is it to uncheck these two boxes?
    http://img713.imageshack.us/img713/6509/onek.png

    And other publications, like The Economist, already come with the equivalent boxes unchecked by default.

    The Economist is ok with selling in subscriptions..
    Apple needs to learn to work with publishers.

    I spend about a third of my daily iPad time reading the FT every morning. If the app gets pulled or no longer works (because Apple insists on getting their cut of my annual subscription), I will make the very easy decision to get an Android tablet next.

    Same goes for my Economist and WSJ apps. Combined, I probably spend 75% of my time on my iPad reading these publications. Take them away, and I'm gone.

    My loyalty is to the publisher and the quality of their material. It is NOT to Apple. And one less iPad owner also means one less App store and/or iTunes customer.

    Apple should tread very lightly here.

    Maybe you should tell publishers you are ok with them not requiring your personal information..





    greenday123
    Jun 18, 06:53 PM
    This is not the place for that.





    JonoColesUK
    Mar 10, 03:24 PM
    adium x is the latest version


    its for OSX

    hence the x

    jono

    xx
    x





    scott.n
    Apr 15, 08:14 PM
    I've been keeping an eye on the refurbished displays section of the Apple Store and was surprised to see the 2nd item in the attached screenshot this evening.

    I wonder where Apple found these. This is model M9179LL/A, discontinued in 2006 according to Mactracker.



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