Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Love Poems Missing You

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  • bpaluzzi
    Apr 22, 03:25 AM
    iOS for iphone is an exclusive smartphone OS. Or are you telling me that ipod touch and ipad run the same exact OS?



    Laptops and desktops run the same exact OS. There are no apps that are made specifically for a laptop or desktop. There are iphone apps that wont run on an ipod touch. There are ipad apps that wont run on an ipod touch or an iphone. If they were the same OS then that wouldnt happen.



    Because it's common sense.

    Swing and a miss on all counts.

    It's all iOS. Unless you're saying that xp home and xp professional and win 7 home and win 7 professional should all be counted separately.

    And let's not even get into the absolute mess that your arbitrary definition would turn android into.





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  • eman
    Apr 19, 10:37 AM
    Have you repaired permissions with disk utility? I've never experienced this problem before, you may have to reload the OS (archive and install).





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  • Weiser878
    Apr 30, 11:37 AM
    That would be a "widget"

    I don't know if you can or not, but try searching for iPhone widgets and see what that nets you





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  • techfreak85
    Aug 6, 09:07 AM
    Wow, I feel depressed just looking at that.:p





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  • weldon
    Oct 6, 12:28 PM
    Perhaps I missed part of the new Google search feature in the new version of Safari, but isn't there an already-existing (and awesomely functioning :) ) Google searchbar in there? I'm still using Panther with Safari v1.3.2!
    The new search feature is not a new Google search feature. I'm pretty sure what they mean is that you can search the text in the current page by typing and have a little find search box come up at the bottom of the window like it does in Firefox (rather than having a floating dialog box for find). One blogger mentioned it would work like spotlight and shade everything else so that the found search terms were highlighted.





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  • Moyank24
    Apr 24, 01:05 AM
    How very original for you to say that. It doesn't make all of my decisions. It doesn't do my thinking for me. I make my own decisions, I just happen to agree with a lot of what this "2000 year old book" says. This is one of those times where I agree.

    This is how I feel about this whole "gay" thing.
    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Leviticus+18&version=NIV
    Verse 22

    Instead of saying how you felt, you linked to a passage from the bible. So in this case, you are letting the book do your thinking for you.

    22 ��Do not have sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman; that is detestable.

    As a lesbian, I take this passage to mean that having sex with a man is detestable. So, what you're saying is that you find it detestable for a woman to have sex with a man? Lesbians everywhere thank you for your support.





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  • Full of Win
    Apr 27, 12:58 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    We iPhone and 3G iPad owners are plenty upset by this as well.

    Well, to be fair, you express hate toward Apple constantly. And given the conspiracy ideas in your signature, you are plenty upset about lots of things in your life. So I would hardly consider you a typical case. Apple could offer free computers tomorrow and you'd instantly post a message expressing your hatred of Apple for doing that.

    I don't hate Apple, just many of the things they do. Most Apple products I love.





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  • maclaptop
    Apr 29, 10:25 PM
    When it comes to Samsung, Apples out of its league.

    Given the terrific success of the pads & phones, this attack on Samsung by Apple is quite out of place.

    Any resemblance between a Galaxy and iPhone is to Apples advantage anyway. Yet that said, Jobs has always been highly paranoid.





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  • SandboxGeneral
    Nov 11, 09:06 AM
    Wirelessly posted (iPhone 3GS: Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    There was someone griping on MR the other day that Steve never seems to reply from anything but his iPhone. Well here it is, he replied from his iPad!

    So there, Steve does use other products!





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  • Designer Dale
    Apr 7, 04:12 PM
    A few guitar themes.

    Link for the original Taylor Acoustic Guitar (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Taylor415_acoustic.JPG)

    Dale





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  • spicyapple
    Nov 29, 11:55 AM
    I don't like the idea. The moment they start chipping away at devices, it'll set a bad precedent for future negotiations. It'll be hard to get back those rights. Apple, hold strong!! :)





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  • normwood
    Oct 9, 04:10 PM
    How in the heck do you show conversations?

    Steve





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  • Chone
    Apr 15, 06:49 PM
    http://psp.ign.com/articles/779/779158p1.html

    Read the introductory paragraph, especially the first line. Then count the new releases.

    :)

    /end of witty post of the day.





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  • vincenz
    Sep 5, 06:50 PM
    http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y85/CaptMurdock/Screengrabs/Desktop9-10.jpg

    Here's a link to the original, (http://gizmodo.com/5618454/wi+fihawks-at-the-diner?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+gizmodo%2Ffull+%28Gizmodo%29) sort of. I got lucky with Google -- I just can't find the Twitter that pointed me to the original picture.

    I wonder what Edward Hopper would think of this :p





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  • asphalt-proof
    Apr 21, 09:47 AM
    That isn't entirely true. iPhone 1,1 (and soon iPhone 1,2) users can't run all apps. Anything that requires 4.0 (probably 4.3~5.0 for iPhone 1,2) won't run. Neither will things that require a certain amount of horsepower (say like Infinity Blade).

    REALLY? You're going to throw a 3 and 4 year old phone into the argument? Fine. How many old Android phones can run all the available apps. Heck, how many Android phones less than a year old run all the apps available?:rolleyes:





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  • Bernard SG
    Apr 28, 12:25 AM
    So you go with the company that has shown that is will look for any way to make an extra buck.
    I trust Google a hell of a lot more than Apple.

    Now that Apple is in the ads game I can tell you they will be a lot worse about sharing your data than Google ever was and will be.

    That assessment of Apple's approach to those matters is quite unfair either because you're being disingenuous or because you are not really following Apple's business.

    As an example, Apple has deliberately hurt its revenue by refusing to give in to magazines publishers that wanted to get consumer information of iPad users buying their magazines apps.





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  • Lynxpro
    Jul 27, 04:23 PM
    A High Court in the UK has ordered SONY to disolve its merger with BMG. Fighting this could cost valuable resources.
    If they lose, the cost of breakup could well put SONY under. Remember BETAMAX. Yes, I know SONY/BMG is the music arm of the company-but it will be a drain on the whole company.

    Dude, seriously give it a rest. You've just shot down your credibility because SonyBMG is a separate division that Sony Corp. itself owns a 50% stake in with Bertlesman(n) owning the other 50%. That ruling has no effect on Sony Corp. itself. You citing this on a forum is as lame as the many people on Digg or Slashdot who rush to any thread concerning Sony and post about RootKits when again, it was SonyBMG that did that and not any other SonyCorp. division. Point is, any negative ruling against SonyBMG has no impact at all on Blu-Ray development nor will it give any traction to HD-DVD.

    Plus, a UK High Court does not have the power to dissolve SonyBMG. Perhaps for the UK subsidiary division but not for the entire worldwide operations of SonyBMG. The only way SonyBMG would be forced to break up would be if the European Commission or the U.S. Justice Department took action and won in their respective court systems.

    The chipmakers for the PSP3 are having a bitch of a time making any that are worth using in the player-they have a 1 out of 5-6 usable chip ratio. The rest get used in other less demanding hardware, or get tossed out-. SONY still pays for them-good or not-talk about bleeding. They are very expensive.

    First off, you mean the PS3. Are you a Microsoft shill? The chipmaker is IBM. IBM, Sony, and Toshiba all have vested interests in making the Cell chip a success (although Toshiba would rather not see the PS3 a success because it would wipe out HD-DVD's chance at success). Failure rates will not have an impact on the MSRP of any Sony product for the consumer because they will want the PS3 to obliterate the Microsoft Xbox360 and the HD-DVD platforms all at once.

    Poor PQ reviews, the lack of BR2 (yes folks youve been had-the current discs -or BR1- are not the 'final' version, those COULD be out by November, optimistically-they were rushed out so they could say "Were first!" They are said to be 'fine tuning' the "real" BR2 disc spec and manufacture. Translation-it isnt working very well, like the PSP chips.

    First off, it was HD-DVD that jumped the gun and shipped first in a desperate attempt to solidify itself before Blu-Ray (and later, the PS3) shipped, not the other way around.

    Now with that having been said, get some perspective. The original DVD platform didn't reach maturity or success until the 3rd Generation players were brought out. Both the HD-DVD and Blu-Ray decks currently are on their first generation, and both are showing signs of quality issues. The Toshiba HD-DVD deck had to have a firmware update to keep it from crashing due to Microsoft's usual software krappiness in the form of the iHD software. Both the current HD-DVD and Blu-Ray machines aren't using the greatest chip decoders which are causing both to not truly output at 1080i, let alone 1080p. This will be corrected when the second generation decks from both platforms ship with the new Sigma Designs decoders in the next couple of months. While it is true that Sony is shipping titles in MPEG2 until they bring out their own hardware, once that happens, the encoding in H.264 will be noticibily better than the HD-DVD titles that will continue to ship in Microsoft's inferior VC-1 (ahem, Windows Media 9) codec because Microsoft in truth is supporting HD-DVD simply because it uses the Microsoft iHD software instead of Java (like Blu-Ray does) and thus earns royalities with each HD-DVD deck shipped and every VC-1 encoded movie title also shipped. While Blu-Ray spec wise supports VC-1 (in addition to H.264 MPEG4 and MPEG2), it will be a very cold day in Hell when Sony decides to ship a Blu-Ray disc encoded in VC-1.

    The moral of the story is to pick up a Blu-Ray deck when the second (or third) generation hits, and only buy discs encoded in the H.264 codec instead of the current MPEG2 versions. At that time, HD-DVD will be as useful as a Philips CD-i deck or a Circuit City DIVX player.

    Briefly king of the world, suddenly things dont bode well for SONY or the BR disc.

    Right. I bet you are anxiously awaiting the Microsoft Zune.





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  • tigress666
    Dec 10, 04:50 PM
    Doubtful since their warranty does not transfer to a second hand buyer. If I were to buy an iPod and then sell it on ebay a few weeks later the new owner would not be covered.

    Uh, what?

    I had them replace a third gen nano one time that broke and was at the end of its warranty that I bought off of ebay (and I freely admitted it to them too).





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  • Happybunny
    Oct 11, 11:07 AM
    I use this photo, I cannot remember where or when I downloaded it. :(

    http://i694.photobucket.com/albums/vv310/happybunny2_photos/020.jpg





    dmr727
    Jan 21, 11:44 AM
    Here's the deal. You need to understand how gas burning really works. You also are not at liberty to speak on what is or is not possible on that trip without actually having driven it - as I have.


    He doesn't need to actually drive that trip to be skeptical of your claim of a thousand miles on a tank of gas. Frankly, I'm skeptical of it too.

    The web is replete with stories of non-hybrid Altimas pushing 450+ miles.

    Okay, but you're claiming double that. Not 10% more or 20% more - double.





    AP_piano295
    Apr 5, 06:30 PM
    Fair enough. I'd be interested in your thoughts on Post No. 50, if you have any.

    If your interested my thoughts on post 50 is that it fundamentally misses the point.

    Everyone understands that we live in a world which contains certain dangers which can be mitigated by changing our behaviors.

    -Don't walk down dark alleys at 3am by yourself etc...

    That isn't the point of this conversation, were all talking about BLAMING the victim in this case. Just because a victim makes a bad decision does not remove their reasonable expectation of safety.

    If your start blaming victims for the crimes committed against them (and thus suggesting that the crime is ultimately their fault and within their control) it opens up a number of frightening possibilities.

    -Mandated dress codes (for womens protection)
    -Mandated curfew (because its dangerous to be outside at night)

    Regardless of a persons bad decisions, we should not be blaming victims, we should always recognize that blame lays ONLY with the perpetrator of the crime. To do anything else generates a slippery slope which goes like this....

    -Women must wear clothes that hide their knees
    -Women must wear clothes that hide their calves
    -Women must wear clothes that hide their ankles
    -Women must hide all bare skin
    -Women must never leave the home without being accompanied by a man to protect them

    ....All in the name of protecting women from assault.





    puckhead193
    Feb 28, 03:08 PM
    I was going through some of my grandpa's photography stuff. One of the major things I found was a camera, a Canon RM. Does anyone have any info on this camera?





    twoodcc
    Mar 10, 07:06 PM
    4.5 now. Higher than that it starts to become less and less efficient. I can run at full load at minimal increased heat and power consumption over the stock 3.8 turbo. 4.6 and up on this chip starts to require more juice.

    oh ok. still 4.5 ghz is great!





    BoyBach
    Oct 21, 10:41 AM
    Looks good, very 'Apple'-like.



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