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  • articcine
    Dec 28, 06:23 PM
    I see there are some kind of forum "rankings" here.
    Macrumours newbie, member, demi god, numbers etc..
    I don't find it described anywhere how many posts required for these?





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  • jrv3034
    Nov 1, 10:09 AM
    AACconverter. It's FREE!!! It lets you convert iTMS AAC files to unprotected AIFF.
    Got it at http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/21234





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  • Bern
    Sep 24, 06:02 PM
    If you're 18 and living under your parent's roof then you are obliged to follow their rules. Ok so you're legally an adult at 18, then quit leaching from your parents, reaping the rewards of living in their house, enjoying their hospitality and get your own place. But as long as you continue to take advantage of the good will of your parents hospitality then you follow the rules of their home.

    Simple!





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  • aiqw9182
    Mar 23, 09:21 AM
    Craig is demoing Snow Leopard in the picture above in the article, not Lion.





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  • Kyffin
    Mar 31, 12:24 PM
    What's your favourite movie? I like a good Studio Ghibli move over Christmas...Can you watch them by clicking your links? ;)

    Regards mate,

    K





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  • Dagless
    Sep 24, 07:38 PM
    I wouldn't mind it. then again im not a parent, just 19 myself. but when my girlfriend turned 18, and i just a month before, my parents were really against my girlfriend (of 2 years at the time, i might add! so it was no slutty one night thing) sleeping in my room. though i think it was because of my sister being only 11. suppose they wanted to keep her innocent to the notion of me and my girlfriend having sex i suppose.

    we sleep in the same room now but they think she sleeps on the spare bed :D





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  • Hisdem
    Apr 14, 05:53 PM
    You have no idea, I would put more into a car than I would a relationship.

    /inb4 maybethatswhyyouveneverhadagirlfriend

    Story of my life.





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  • elliotay
    Jul 13, 04:46 AM
    You know when you start up your mac for the first time the music plays as welcome written in all those different languages goes by? Well does anyone know what song is playing during that? I really like the song and I was hoping someone maybe knows.





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  • entatlrg
    Apr 15, 08:55 PM
    My buddy's Camaro SS that he picked up last week, one hell of a car.



    I'll second that!





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  • FX4568
    Apr 4, 10:24 PM
    Phew. Thanks for clearing that up for us. Until you explained it so well I was really worried.

    Well, this is macrumors and i try to stay away from economic theories, but you asked for it, so here we go:
    Monopolies cause "allocative deadweight loss" (although its main argument applies towards state-owned enterprises)
    What does that mean?

    In a competitive market, producers dont have the freedom to set a price because the rival can always undercut them until the point where lowering the price will cause in a loss.
    BUT the monopolist firm can decide the price it charges by varying the quantity it produces, so it will produce only up to the quantity where its profit is maximized. UNDER NORMAL CIRCUMSTANCES, the level of output is lower than the socially optimal one, which is where the max price a consumer is willing to pay is the same as the minimum price that the producer requires in order not to lose money.
    When the amount produced is LESS than the socially optimal quantity, it means not serving some consumers who are perfectly willing to pay MORE than the minimum price that the producer requires but who are unwilling to bear the price at which the monopoly firm can max its profit. The unfulfilled desire of those neglected consumers is the social cost of monopoly.

    So basically, monopolies will start losing more money when they start raising the price since consumers will either 1) not be able to access such services (since they will only make the MIN amount for MAX price and by using calculus, you would rather spend a little more in the amount produced and make a little less profit rather than having an EXACT amount although you would make the best profit IF you sold ALL items) or 2) consumers will just stop using it since cell phone devices are not a NECESSITY but instead a WANT. do you think you will pay whatever cellphone company if the price exceeds a certain comfort zone in your income bracket? you wont.

    Furthermore, I will take it one more step. Monopolies can be good. If you look at the Mexican carrier, Telcel. The year Telcel was monopolized by Carlos Slim (riches man in the world now) coverage in Mexico grew more than it did in the hands of the state. According to the "monopoly=bad" argument, service in Mexico should have dropped in every other city that is not important in Mexico's economy while service should have exploded in cities such as Mexico City and Puebla. No, it exploded in the main cities while it also exploded with the whole country

    In conclusion, monopolies are only dangerous IF the monopoly is a necessity based. i.e. lets say one man owned the whole united states food supply. Then yes, monopolies would be the worst. But not cell phone companies, cmon if monopolies were SOO good for the company why would Bell even break up his own company? just for the lulz? I dont think so. Because the government told him so? I certainly dont believe it since Bell probably would have had the power to lobby his way out and in case nothing worked he couldve just brought it up to the Supreme Court.

    Anyways, enough with the economics jargon. Enjoy your economics class :P





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  • twoodcc
    Mar 5, 08:54 AM
    We'll see. I'm hopeful for maybe 4.4. We'll see how enthusiastic the cpu is about doing that.. I'm going to be using a CM Hyper 212+ which isn't the absolute best cooler you can buy but it's also not something ridiculous like $80. Still, it will annihilate the hilariously tiny stock intel cooler for sure.

    Does anyone know if the AMD 6970 is compatible with GPU2? I can't really find any conclusive information on it and of course I can't try it myself yet. Some people say forcing ati_r800 works but others don't.

    4.4 would be great. you should easily hit over 4 though. i've heard intel's cooler is better with this one, you'll have to let us know.

    i haven't used an AMD card for folding, so i can't really comment. i guess you'll have to share your experience with this one! ;)





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  • Ajones330
    Feb 11, 09:33 AM
    If you change your plan, you WILL lose any rollover minutes you have accumulated over the past year. Remember too that rollover minutes are only good for a year. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.

    This will not make you forfeit any rollover minutes. This is used like a data plan... You should have no change to your bill as far as price unless you drop your plan. It requires you to have unlimited text on individual or family rate plans. Same price you paid before as well as unlimited calling/messaging to any mobile...





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  • psychometry
    Oct 5, 11:35 PM
    I don't know about you guys but I have Windows/OS X and for the windows part I am falling in love with Opera it is the fastest browser for windows, in is small with tight coding and it doesn't use all your RAM. I hope this comes to mac if it does well that would be the ****

    ummmm... (http://www.opera.com/download/index.dml?step=2&opsys=MacOS&platform=MacOS)





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  • liamkp
    Jun 21, 08:59 PM
    RebelTouch.

    Vaja if you can afford it-theyre ridiculous.





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  • AmigoMac
    Nov 1, 11:27 AM
    It would be useful (this is not addressed just to you, Amigo) if instead of just listing a bunch of programs you gave a quick description of what each program does, like AL did in his original post. Links would be helpful, as well.

    I just want to promote the web searching. ;)
    I will tell how to fish, I won't give the fish. :cool: J/K

    Adium: Messenger
    Netnewswire lite :RSS reader
    Romeo: Bridge between Nokia 3650 and iBook (BT controller)
    KTA Tennis: Game
    Mactracker : Apple computers database
    Poisoned :P2P,
    Skype : Messenger, Internet Phone,
    VLC, MPlayer... Video players.
    MRChat: Macrumors IRC Client.
    MacJournal: if you are a writer.





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  • srobert
    Oct 30, 09:44 AM
    Wow! It's almost like in the hours preceding a keynote.

    http://homepage.mac.com/srobert/.Pictures/busybusy.jpg

    ... and now... why won't the picture displays in this window...





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  • XIII
    Dec 9, 03:26 PM
    I will accept any offers around �300 now. Unforeseen problem with the buyer - not gonna pay. Great.

    Thanks





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  • ritchey555
    Oct 19, 08:14 AM
    http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=370400





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  • Steviejobz
    Apr 7, 08:29 AM
    Hope they fix the slide to unlock bug on home screen.

    It gets stuck a lot ever since 4.3.1

    Also the pause button when playing podcasts or certain music not as responsive as it used to be.





    SimonTheSoundMa
    Nov 20, 07:44 AM
    Its also law. They are legally not allowed to refuse a manufacturers warranty based on which shop you bought it from (At least in the UK - it would be mind numbingly idiotic of any government to allow them to refuse it).
    In the UK, you are contracted to the retailer you bought it from. They are responsible for the product for six years. We have good laws in place to protect the consumer. I find it hard to understand why people never use their rights under laws such as the Sales of Goods Act.

    A warranty is an insurance policy. Apple Care in the UK is not a policy from Apple, but a third party insurance company that they are contracted with. Can't remember the name of the company.

    Apple are pretty good at repairing out of guarantee/Apple Care products, even when these times have lapsed. Had a power supply and logic board in my 4 year old iMac replaced for free. Sales of Goods Act is your best friend. :)





    bengalaxy
    Dec 20, 06:34 PM
    Hi,

    I'm wondering how I can go about setting up my Mac so that I can share my family photos, but only to users on my home network. I'm often out on the road and use public wi-fi, as well as a work network, and I don't want anybody else to have access to these files.

    Can anyone help me out?





    macse30
    Apr 20, 03:12 PM
    How do they track individual users to know that one person owns multiple devices?

    Marginalization of iOS!? That's some funny stuff. One company has more market share than all others combined and you talk marginalization. Full of hot air.





    3N16MA
    Apr 28, 07:35 PM
    So Samsung believed Apple was violating it's patents all this time but decided to do nothing about it. Now that they have been pushed they decide to act. Sounds to me they are trying to find whatever they can to bite back at Apple.





    inkswamp
    Apr 1, 08:29 PM
    I don't think that barmann was making a case against a new technology that didn't fit the old ways like when mice were first introduced.

    Sounded like it to me. May not have been the gist, but unwittingly, he was making that argument.

    His point was that as much as iPad fanboys want it to be the coolist thing ever that will replace all those old-fashioned computers there are differences in machines between consumer ones and those used by professionals.

    This is the exact argument made against the mouse and GUI. Exact. Mouse and GUI-based machines were scoffed at by geeks back in the 80s as "toys." That's the same rhetoric I'm hearing now about the iPad and touch-based devices. "It won't do for real work done by professionals." "It's fun but I can't get things done on it." That may be true for some lines of work at this stage, but it's going to change fast so declaring it useless or a plaything at this stage is shortsighted.

    And BTW, nobody is saying the iPad will replace computers. Just like the mouse and GUI, this approach is going to continue evolving until ways are found for it to enhance computers and become an essential part of it. But it's insane for people to write off touch-based tablets as fanboy cheerleading



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