Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Political Map Of Zimbabwe

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  • JRoDDz
    Feb 10, 09:05 AM
    So I can have A list AND this feature? What rollover minutes will i keep?

    Not sure about the A-List.





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  • sfwalter
    Apr 7, 09:55 AM
    I can send youtube videos to my Apple TV. However with the MLB iPad app I can't even though the MLB videos in the app have the icon for me to select Apple TV as an output device.

    Is this something the MLB app is doing to prevent the videos from appearing on the tv. I thought since the video has the output selector control it would work.





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  • Medium Rare
    Feb 21, 03:16 PM
    Anyone have an email address to send a request for the addition of a radio station to iTunes ?

    Thanks in advance





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  • bigpics
    Mar 31, 01:46 PM
    As a professional photographer this thing is (and always will be) an "App Store" toy - nothing more.

    The iPad will never have the horse power to do what pros need.A number of the comments here ("toy," "will never do X") are more than a bit reminiscent of what many reviewers were saying in 1984 - about the Mac.

    9" 512x342 monochrome pixel display. 128 KB RAM. 8 MHZ Moto CPU. 16 bit. (Note that's "KB" - not MB, let alone GB - and "MHZ" not GHZ.) No HDD or on-board storage of any kind other than its 64K of ROM. The OS, apps and files shared the use of a single 400 K mini-floppy disk. Two non-standard serial ports. The original keyboard lacked arrow and function keys, and had no numeric keypad, enraging some potential users. And it went to market with fewer native apps than the Xoom.

    And if you go back and look at MacWrite and MacPaint and compare them to where that "toy computer" and its apps are today (along with all the Windows computers which, uhhh, adopted its basic interface and input metaphor), and what it does.......

    ...i.e., all the types of tasks people here are saying can only be done on its current iterations, and "never" on the new toy...

    ...all the while (albeit with a hiatus in its middle years) remaining under the firm control of the same visionary leader someone here has labeled a "charlatan" and "aesthete"....

    ...and I've enjoyed watching it all happen while the naysayers have foamed at the mouth and gnashed their teeth at each and every new Apple release - even as Macs now hold an amazing 90% share of the premium (i.e., money-making part of) the PC market. Some toy.

    And lest some of you have forgotten, some program called... ...what was it, oh yeah, "Photoshop"... ...was originally released on this "hopeless" platform. (As were Pagemaker, Illustrator and QuarkExpress, e.g.)

    We're four years into iDevices and only ONE year into the iPad era. The New Yorker had a cover created on an original iPhone within months of its release. A somewhat major artist released a video on YouTube produced on an iPad 2 with iMovie and GarageBand within a day or two of its release.

    What will these device classes (and their successor innovations) be capable of in 3 years? 5? 10? 30?

    Perspective, people. Vision, hope, creativity, engineering, a willingness to jump off (calculated) new cliffs - and perspective.

    Some'a y'all oughta' go develop some.





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  • iphonegeek786
    Feb 9, 09:16 PM
    Work for Gimp. And if they do, at what extent. I know it can't replace it guys, but I'm not too big on graphic design and wanted to delve a little in it first.





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  • ann713
    Apr 19, 02:47 AM
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  • DeusInvictus7
    Dec 2, 01:02 AM
    haaylaviit!can you share a link please?thanks

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  • citizenzen
    Mar 20, 11:28 AM
    No. If you take a life, you get to sit in a small dark room for 23,5 out of 24 hours of each day for the rest of your life.

    [WARNING: Faith-based opinion]

    As a Buddhist, I believe that the mental state one has when they die provides the direction for their mind in their next life. Therefore, I support life in prison in order to give the convicted killer every opportunity to improve their mind and realize the error of their actions before they die. It's for both their benefit and the benefit of every being they encounter in their next life.

    [/WARNING: Faith-based opinion]





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  • x86isslow
    Oct 5, 11:10 PM
    HUH? Camino is slow as ****!

    Are you sure you're using the latest Camino? I'm not sure what things are like on the mactel side but on PPCmacs, Camino is hands-down faster than Safari- an advantage that becomes more obvious the longer you surf without restarting the browser...





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  • outerspaceapple
    Aug 19, 11:47 AM
    Hey all, this is my first entry. It reminds us why we all want/have iPods. :D

    Good luck to all of you!







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  • Qwest905
    Dec 13, 07:47 PM
    1st one is vmware

    2nd one is dropbox





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  • thejadedmonkey
    Nov 20, 10:35 AM
    I'm certain TJ MAXX ran this by their legal team...

    If they are willing to sell the product at a $100 loss, that's their choice. You may not have a warranty, etc, because they aren't "authorized" by Apple as a price-controlled reseller, but that doesn't mean it's illegal for them to sell it.

    I sold my iPad on craigslist at a loss. I'm not authorized to do that and Steve doesn't care.

    Completely false. You most certainly have the right to sell your iPad on craigslist, thanks to the first sale doctrine.

    I wonder if Costco was starting to get a few iPads from Apple when they decided that Apple wasn't playing fair, and just sold them at cost to Marshall's.





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  • Anuba
    Jan 12, 07:13 AM
    You're right this isn't the portable media market - those devices are primitive compared to what's being offered here and yet the heavy weights were NEVER able to even dent THAT market. You would think the likes of SONY, HP MOTOROLA, M$SOFT and all the other consumer electronics giants, with all of their resources, could come up with something smart enough to compete with the iPod over the years, right?
    We pretty much knew Sony would fail, they're the ultimate balldroppers. They refused mp3 for as long as humanly possible, instead trying to peddle advanced MiniDisc players with USB2, years into the iPod era. Sort of a repeat of the Betamax vs VHS war back in the 80s. When they eventually caved, they introduced some butt ugly, purple, blobby mp3 players nobody wanted. Now with PS3 they're even losing a market they completely dominated, they're getting pummeled by Xbox 360 and the technologically inferior Nintendo Wii. I bet they'll somehow manage to drop the ball with Blu-Ray, too. I never understood Sony, never will.

    M$ entered the game way too late with Zune, and with this DRM quirk the Zune is doomed. It's not even out in Europe yet. With iPod, Apple has always made sure that anyone in the world can have it in their hand a few days after the Keynote. The only thing the competition can hope for is that the iPod one day grows stale in the public eye. When everyone has one, nodoby's special.

    The iPod was revolutionary in its design and usability (and not the first portable media device by the way). Paired with the best online music store experience distanced it even further from the rest. That's what revolutionary means: a new playing field - a new system - a new product. Apple does this better than anyone in the world. I'm not sure the competition is just Nokia, SonyEricsson, and Motorola any more. Listen closely, Apple is attempting to reinvent the mobile phone by marrying what we traditionally associate with a smartphone (smartERphone actually) under a totally new "human friendly" and intuitive package. Those things tend to have mass appeal.

    Yeah, but as you say they rolled out a complete solution with the iPod+iTunes+iTunes Store package. This may well be what separates iPod from Newton, NeXT and the Cube. With iPhone there are many loose ends. Apart from the Cingular exclusive being a dealbreaker for many, plus the fact that unlike the iPod it will only be available in the US for quite some time (here in Europe it's been a long, long time since we last saw a business class phone that doesn't support 3G), how is it going to attract corporate customers? Allegedly it won't even accept 3rd party software, yet businessmen will want to sync it up with MS Exchange/Outlook or Lotus Notes, and they'll probably want to snap in their TomTom or Wayfinder GPS module too. As of now, the gateway for all things iPhone is iTunes, and they're kidding themselves if they think corporate customers will trust a damn music jukebox with their mail, calendar and contacts. And if kids can't cram it chock full of Java games they won't want it either. So the market position really isn't anything like they have with the iPod. Market share is everything. Look at the Palm - say what you will about M$ but PDAs with their mobile OS were superior to Palm in so many ways it's insane, but noooooo, people just had to stay with the Palm, just like they'll stick to their Treo even when iPhone can cook breakfast for them.

    Here's an interesting article in NY Times about some of the potential pitfalls for the iPhone: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/11/technology/11cnd-apple.html

    Anyway, I agree, it's a win/win situation for consumers. At worst, iPhone itself will flop, at best, it will be a hit, but either way it will motivate the competition to beef up their technology. They might wanna start with the OS and the interface - Symbian OS looks like crap. Maybe M$ will Vista-fy theirs.





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  • bizill
    Mar 25, 12:20 PM
    You could just buy a TomTom for $150 and have all that, already.


    Or you could just buy the TomTom iOS app for $39.99...





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    Apr 12, 11:52 AM
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  • gkarris
    Apr 8, 12:39 PM
    check out this resurection of the commodore 64 http://www.commodoreusa.net/CUSA_C64.aspx

    COOL!

    Looks like one of those Nettop boards inside a C64 chassis and an emulator...

    :)

    How about an Atari 400?





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  • webznz
    Apr 27, 04:10 PM
    if they are not tracking people then why have the feature? maybe the information is for someone else??... who knows but one thing is for sure its an invasion of privacy..... even if I do stay home all day and night.





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  • JPark
    Apr 13, 09:33 AM
    I can only think of one appropriate response:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jp-MXaNlD5g





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  • mikeapple
    Mar 31, 10:24 AM
    with tens of millions of iPads sold... Adobe would be stupid not to work hard on making an intuitive powerful Photoshop app for the iPad... very Post-PCish is you ask me





    studiox
    Apr 7, 09:48 AM
    To get that much storage you would need 1,000,000,000,000 Mac Mini Servers which costed at full retail is 70x the US national debt.

    Apple's 500,000 sq ft data centre usuing Doctor Q's 10 fot of usuable vertical space could hold 104,088,861 not accounting for heat dissapation cabling storage racks etc. Therefore you would need 9,607 data centres of the size of apple's current (which was rumored to cost $1billion). However that is a storage facility literally filled with no walking space between the racks or anything like that so a sensible suggestion would be to double that.

    The total size of this project would be 9,607,000,000 sq ft or 344 sq miles. Turks and Caicos Islands (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turks_and_Caicos_Islands) happens to 366 sq miles, although to allow for expansion, shipping port/airport and power plants and other ancilallry buildings such as worker housing, supermarket and such I would suggest that Hong Kong with an area of 426 sq miles is a good place to start. Although given the high population of Hong Kong it isn't an ideal place to build such a facility, therefore the Faroe Islands with a size of 538 miles might be the first sensible place to wipe out. Alternatively you could just dump it in Texas/Alaska as they have plenty of land spare. Alaska would give you natural cooling which would be a bonus over Texas although can you image the series of Ice Road truckers, "In this haul is 100,000 Mac Minis."

    All in all to go for something like large with some as inappropriate as a Mac Mini is a costly and ultimately bonkers idea.

    Fingers crossed that the sums are correct.

    You forgot to mentioned the nuclear powerplants that would be required to run this as well as the affects on global warning this would have ;-)





    Rowlander
    Nov 23, 04:56 PM
    Also, he's technically correct: Benjamin Button's budget was $150 million.

    "Aliens vs Predator Requiem" was edited on Final Cut. But that movie was terrible. Maybe it was Final Cut�s fault. ;)

    But in all seriousness: I think a new Final Cut version is clearly overdue. FCS3 was more like a feature-patch for FCS2 than a new version. These days not having any kind of native AVCHD support really slows you down (and uses up a lot of storage space) particularly considering the DSLR-hype since 2009!

    I remember a friend of mine who had bought a Panasonic HMC 150 (which is a professional camera) before FCS3 was released and was expecting native AVCHD in the next release. He has been waiting for this feature for almost two years now, while all the other big editing systems have had it for a while, as far as I know!





    solace
    Oct 9, 03:01 PM
    it's live!

    http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=333903271&mt=8

    w00t.

    plus even if you bought Tweetie 1 and now buy Tweetie 2, that's only $1 more than Echofon Pro, SimplyTweet, and a bunch of other clients.





    rovex
    Apr 10, 11:12 AM
    Apple are toying with us, just release the much anticipated 5.0 and let's be enlightened.





    IngerMan
    Apr 17, 08:03 PM
    I would be curious to see the faster samsung drive to post the same. :cool:



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