Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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  • mikejd1
    Feb 9, 10:25 AM
    so this is only unlimited "to" any mobile, what about "From"





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  • CaoCao
    Apr 17, 04:52 AM
    And tell me...how do you figure out this 2.1 magic number? What's wrong with 1.9? Does the human race have to be like bateria and proliferate all over the place consuming the earth until the land is barren? That's what you want? You want Europe to be like China and run out of food such that they have to give "child licenses" so that ppl won't starve to death? Oh...I know...how about Afghanistan which is what? Like 7? That's a model country we should take after for sure! :rolleyes:
    2.1 is the replacement rate (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Total_fertility_rate#Replacement_rates)
    I'm pretty sure I said "bolster the population," not "raise the birth rate." Making babies is only one way to increase the number of people in a certain area.
    Ponzi schemes FTW. Europe will need 20 million immigrants by 2030 and way more by 2050 in order to maintain their lifestyle, or we could be monsters and kill old people.
    The United Kingdom is going through a radical transformation in its social makeup, largely as a result of immigration. Where a few years ago people were worrying about birthrate and falling population projections, a government report in late 2007 projected Britain would have 11 million more people by 2031 — an increase of 18 percent — and by one estimate 69 percent of the growth would come from immigrants and their children. Liam Byrne, Britain’s immigration minister, called earlier last year for “radical action” to manage the system.

    The British situation today seems a far cry from “lowest low,” but it doesn’t mean that immigration is the answer to low birthrates. The actual numbers, according to several authorities, are discouraging over the long run. By one analysis of U.N. figures, Britain would need more than 60 million new immigrants by 2050 — more than doubling the size of the country — to keep its current ratio of workers to pensioners, and Germany would need a staggering 188 million immigrants in the same time period. One reason for such huge numbers is that while immigration helps fill cities and schools and factories in the short term, the dynamic adjusts over time. Immigrants who come from cultures where large families are standard quickly adapt to the customs of their new homes. And eventually immigrants age, too, so that the benefit that incoming workers give to the pension system today becomes a drag on the system in the future. A European Commission working document published in November 2007 concludes that “truly massive and increasing flows of young migrants would be required” to offset current demographic changes. Few Europeans want that. Immigration already touches all sorts of raw nerves, forcing debates about cultural identity, citizenship tests, national canons, terrorism and tolerance, religious versus secular values.

    Meanwhile, in the midst of arguments about natalist and immigration policies come other voices and more elemental questions. Is it even possible to increase the population significantly? Is it even necessary? There are those who think that “lowest low” is not in itself a looming disaster but more of a challenge, even an opportunity. The change that’s required, they say, is not in breeding habits but thinking habits.
    http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/29/magazine/29Birth-t.html?pagewanted=8





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  • DoFoT9
    Feb 3, 07:43 AM
    For February I've gone with this little bundle of perfection.
    http://i694.photobucket.com/albums/vv310/happybunny2_photos/Screenshot2010-11-14at83413AM.png
    link. please? :)

    Using QuickPick App...
    dear god! i hope apples implementation isnt that ugly :(

    ---

    mine from last month, PS'd picture of my doggy! :D (pure bred border collie, 4 years old).

    i think i need a new one, suggestions?

    http://f.cl.ly/items/0h3d2I1v2g22003k2m2G/Screen%20shot%202011-02-04%20at%2012.41.55%20AM.jpg





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  • Tymmz
    Nov 20, 03:17 PM
    iChat phone? Who is using iChat?

    Belkin has a already a nice looking Skype phone on the market and I'm tempted to buy it.

    If Apple really wants to release an "instant-messaging-phone" they should keep the options for other messengers open. I believe.





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  • bobbytomorow
    Aug 2, 01:05 AM
    click for larger

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  • aricher
    Nov 1, 09:34 AM
    Could it work as a money clip?
    http://static.flickr.com/97/242428548_51e85543c6_o.jpg

    I'll be looking at these in person at the Chicago Apple Store this Saturday when Cut Chemist makes his in-store appearance. Can't wait!





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  • twoodcc
    Dec 31, 09:12 AM
    man these 2684's are killing me. i didn't make the deadline for the last one b/c of 2 power outages





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  • TheMonarch
    Sep 24, 07:50 PM
    but why not? sex is good, and if both consent to it then their should be no problems as long as they know to be safe ect.


    The why not is not the point. Its the fact that parents don't lose control the very second they're 18.





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  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Dec 20, 12:57 AM
    Nice! :cool:

    Smoother loop than #1, too... :)





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  • yippy
    Mar 19, 11:24 AM
    No there is not.





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  • hayesk
    Apr 7, 11:08 AM
    I wonder how many of these posts are trolls? I haven't had any issues whatsoever with 4.3.1. I also didn't have any problems with 4.3; battery life has been absolutely stellar and call performance actually improved in 4.3.1.

    The timing of all these "bitching" posts just seems suspicious.

    Oh please - don't be so ignorant as to assume because you don't have any issues, that other people also must not. Do you think your usage of your iPhone is exactly the same as every one else's?





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  • iApples
    Mar 28, 06:21 PM
    MUAHAAHA. Both of this chucklehead's crap auctions have been nullified and zapped into the ether by eBay. The original link is dead and searching the seller's past auctions yields no iphone auctions...only a fugly handbag he used when he was crossdressing. The toolbag gets NOTHING (as if he ever would have) and the buyer has zero obligation to pay this fool a dime (as if they ever did).

    So stratobaterdan, let's hear all about how you're going to sue eBay or take the headquarters hostage with your toy guns, or whatever your next fantasy is. Wait, what's that? I think I hear your momma calling...

    PWNED

    Not going to lie, that's pretty hilarious.





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  • Mechcozmo
    Oct 31, 09:02 AM
    Seriously thinking about picking one of these up. That clip makes it all worthwhile.





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  • zwaffel
    Aug 5, 03:31 PM
    What can i say...i love new york city !



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  • garren_bagley
    Oct 31, 09:13 AM
    You won't get any confusion until the G3 comes out.





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  • Kadin
    Apr 6, 01:00 PM
    What I find crazy is that Google processes roughly 24PB a day...





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  • Chase R
    Oct 13, 04:44 AM
    it is.

    That makes me sick.





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  • dernhelm
    Sep 30, 10:14 PM
    My last exposure to Notes was 12 yrs ago. We hated it. After 5 yrs, my then company decided to move to Exchange to much hype that it would be a lot better.

    It wasn't. I still miss the days of Notes. I've since moved on to two different companies, each of whom have used Exchange. Not once has the Exchange implementation been any better than I remember Notes being more than 7 years previous.

    But I will face facts. Notes lost the battle - it is a dead platform for all intents and purposes. As went 1-2-3, so went Notes. It's a shame really because Exchange/Outlook is so terrible, that you'd think anyone with a modicrum of experience could trump it without even trying really hard.

    I mean, really, do you need 80% of one of my CPU cores to look up a name in an address book? And how large does the memory footprint of an e-mail app need to be? I often have to shut down Outlook just so compiles will complete in less time. But that will never get better now, because there is no one to push them.





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  • anjonjp
    Apr 7, 11:38 AM
    I wonder how many of these posts are trolls? I haven't had any issues whatsoever with 4.3.1. I also didn't have any problems with 4.3; battery life has been absolutely stellar and call performance actually improved in 4.3.1.

    The timing of all these "bitching" posts just seems suspicious.

    Well, aren't you the lucky one! ;)

    Unfortunately, I can also state that there are numerous issues cropping up after updating for me also.

    1) Slide switch on lock screen sticking
    2) Rapid decrease of battery life - huge concern given I am in Japan and am very keen to keep a high level of battery for emergency usage!! High priority - fix it Apple! No messing.
    3) iOS devices not being able to find known favourite Wi-Fi networks and refusing to join them once they eventually find them.
    4) APPLE TV behaving erratically

    Should the list go on?





    skellener
    Apr 6, 01:41 PM
    12 petabytes? That doesn't seem like too much, actually. that's 1GB of storage for 12 million customersI think it is being used to hold media content, not for cloud backup type purposes for individual customers Exactly dukebound85. You only need one copy of a song or movie to store or stream, not one for each customer. Digital, remember?





    res1233
    Apr 4, 10:55 PM
    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

    I like you.





    r0n1n
    Feb 1, 04:45 PM
    Here's mine. :)





    Ieo
    Apr 13, 12:00 PM
    I honestly don't care....my upgrade date was timed almost perfectly with the release of the iPhone 4 last year (Upgraded in late July once the damn phone was actually available without having to beat up hipsters in line IIRC), and unless they offer early upgrade deals better than what they have the last couple of years, I wouldn't be eligible to upgrade anyway. The iPad has taken up all of my iOS gaming, so really all I need an iPhone to do is be an iPod and use reference apps on the go (maps, wikipedia, soundhound, imdb, recipes, safari, banking, ebay, amazon, etc). Maybe one or two small games for Dr's office waiting rooms like Tiny Wings or Angry Birds, but I'm pretty sure the iPhone 4 will be able to handle that demanding load for years to come....

    I'm even open to an iPhone lite- I don't need a powerhouse in my pocket and if I save some money, good deal.





    rorschach
    Apr 7, 09:04 AM
    On my iPhone 4, the animations are very choppy. For example when I tap an app, it doesn't "zoom" in...it just freezes for a second then the app appears. Not jailbroken, and it does this even after a restore.

    Hopefully this update will fix it...it's been going on for a while now.



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