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  • Mister Snitch
    Apr 6, 11:55 AM
    12 Petabytes, is that all (Lame).

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    In a few years you'll have that much in your wristwatch.

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  • mex4eric
    Mar 25, 01:30 PM
    Why not? The USA for example has only 4 million miles of roads. A car with driver + passenger + some decent equipment should be able to map say 10 miles per hour, at a cost of $50 per hour. 200 cars for a year, that's 20 million dollars. And then you have a database that you can sell, and that you can use everywhere. Then write an iPhone app that lets users make corrections, lets businesses add their locations etc. and you are ready.

    As a driver in North America, rather than just the US, let's make that an extra million miles to include Canada and Mexico. Canada seems well served by most map services but Mexico is not. Most map services seem to leave out gas stations in Mexico, a rather basic need.

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  • Joshroman
    Apr 4, 07:00 AM
    I just jailbroke my iPod Touch and was wondering if you guys could give me some app/tweak recommendations.

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  • gorbitron
    Jun 18, 06:05 PM
    I'm planning on getting there as early as possible. Since the store opens at 7, I was thinking around 3 or 4. Anyone else gonna be there?


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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:

    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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  • Doc750
    Feb 10, 07:48 AM
    Does this extend our contract?


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  • AndrewR23
    Apr 8, 01:05 AM
    Is there any way for me to change the "a" in my name to a capital A? Please mods? It bothers me :rolleyes:

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  • alphaone
    Mar 5, 09:35 AM
    Well the one that came with my chip was this one:
    So I wouldn't have any big expectations for that. Good thing I'm not using it.


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  • Pillar
    Sep 10, 09:39 PM

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  • ECUpirate44
    Feb 9, 10:34 PM
    What is a Kernal Panic?

    Im guessing I probably shouldn't mess with it then? I really enjoy having a stable system at the moment. This computer is just about perfect. Just wish I would have bought the 15" instead of 13" MBP. I will be taking it back tomorrow or the next day, weather permitting of course. Here in Dallas we have been getting some wicked nasty snow storms, for around here anyway.

    Kernal Panic.


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  • GGJstudios
    May 5, 01:55 PM
    About LCD display pixel anomalies for Apple products released in 2010 and later (

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  • Luph67
    Apr 7, 10:53 AM
    There are a lot of flame-baiting haters and sniveling little whiners in this forum. And I mean a lot.

    I have a 10gig weekly download limit at school and having to download a 600mb update every week for my iPod is annoying.


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  • Sun Baked
    Feb 12, 02:51 PM
    Look's like we will have fewer multi-hour gaps on getting problems fixed after reporting posts.

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  • Sydde
    Mar 20, 10:41 PM
    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. You will not be able to kill yourself, you will have to endure the absolute solitude. (EDIT: This is pretty much only for premeditated stuff, if you ask me)
    But what does "premeditated" mean? If I grab a gun, walk across the street and dispatch my neighbor for no apparent reason, was that premeditated? I had to think about it beforehand, from the point of picking up the gun. How about a poker game, where one of the players gets pissed off and kills one of the others for apparently cheating? At some point, the killer had to decide to do it. Given no personal threat at hand, there is a decision point. Right up to the consummation of the act, the killer has the opportunity to decide not to end a life. Be it a month ago, working up an elaborate plan, 5 minutes beforehand, or in the instant the finger squeezes the trigger, premeditation accompanies any deliberate murder. If it is not an accident, it is premeditated, to what extent that is makes little/no difference.
    Despite what you, I, or a victim's family might want, incarceration is not punishment. Incarceration is the protection of the public.
    Because criminal punishment is simply ineffective. From a perspective of behavioral science, negative reinforcement only works if it is directly and irrevocably linked directly to the action. When the dynamic involves avoiding being caught rather than avoiding the action itself, the relationship between action and consequence breaks down, rendering punishment useless at best. As a result, the only real punishment factor in our justice system is retribution, which I think is a net negative.

    Prisons, therefore, have no business trying to mete out punishment by making convicts miserable. It serves no useful purpose and I believe is actually counterproductive in that it breeds resentment toward society in the heart of the prisoner. Everything we do to make the prisoner (who may be released at some point) miserable reduces the likelihood that they can successfully rejoin society. The more problematic ex-cons are, the more money we waste on the system.

    Now, I also believe that there are individuals who are wholly incapable of being rehabilitated. Some will simply have to spend their lives behind bars because they are too unstable. In some cases, psychiatric treatment might help, but supervision would be called for. If a fraction of the population can realistically be expected to remain confined for life, we could at least consider setting up facilities in which they would be able to do enough work to make up for their expense. The justice system desperately needs to address its impracticalities.


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  • Mr_Brightside_@
    May 2, 08:04 PM
    Remove the hyphen or put the search term in quotes: "v-moda" or use MRoogle.
    A ha. Knew it had to be something simple, cheers!

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  • DotComName
    Mar 25, 11:16 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    I cannot wait for iOS 5!!! I really hope the cloud takes over the role of iTunes in the area of file syncing, updating, etc. And we see a new maps application! Just those two would be great, but I know they'll be more! :)


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  • aross99
    Mar 4, 09:43 AM
    No light sounds like it isn't getting any power. Are you sure it is plugged in to the power at the wall?

    Have you tried another cable or USB port?

    Does it make any noise at all? Can you hear the drive spinning up, or is there any clicking noise, etc?

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  • kustardking
    Mar 23, 10:43 PM
    One tip I have for those clients who want to change absolutley every little detail... explain that you are happy to change it all for an extra fee, and you'll even offer a lower hourly rate since you're not being asked to do anything creative, but remind them that they will end up with a site designed by an amateur to their personal, individual taste, rather than the site designed by a professional and designed to appeal to their whole customer base that they've already paid for.

    Make sure you have a paper trail for all decisions. Obviously the original contract, but it's very important to repeat all verbal changes through email. Email records are very handy to point to and find, "oops, I did say that," or advise, "well, you did say that."

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  • brobson
    Jun 29, 12:59 AM
    Screen is cracked, won't power up. Have a nice case and all accessories.

    Dec 16, 05:02 PM
    You are right Wildcowboy. I really didn't like it once I saw it that size, it looked better bigger. I'll do better next time. In fact I've found that "trial and error" seems to be the best way to learn sometimes.

    Mar 2, 12:35 PM
    According to data on your first chart I'd say that corporate income tax revenues need to increase dramatically. Corporate income taxes only represent 9%(191 billion) of revenue yet individual income tax represents 41% (899 billion).

    All businesses, corporations included, are taxed more or less at the same rates as individuals.

    The reason that businesses don't pay as much in taxes (in terms of absolute dollars, not in terms of tax rate) is because it is advantageous to businesses to pay out most, if not all, of their income to employees (in the form of bonuses) or shareholders (in the form of dividends) in order to pass that tax burden along to the individuals. The government gets their cut either way.

    It's not as easy for publicly traded corporations to do this, since it affects stock prices, but they can make it easy by paying out dividends to shareholders or preferred stock to employees. It still doesn't affect the government's revenue stream, since the individuals are taxed for that income just the same.

    Nov 3, 10:36 AM
    ARG!!!!! 2G iPod Shuffle NOT in Stores On Friday!!!!!!!!

    So I stopped by one of the apple stores in town today on my way to work. and well there were NO iPod shuffles in!!!! (but i missed the fact that there were 8GB red nanos, though i doubt they actually had any in stock!!) The guy working at the apple store said they 'might' be in by this afternoon or evening and they will 'hopefully' have enough stock to make it through the weekend, but 'there was a chance' that they wouldnt have any by sunday.

    Jan 10, 12:12 PM
    Only switched to mac since xmas, so I didn't really know what to expect from macworld, but I'm not best excited from what I've seen. I was hoping for mac upgrades, and was most looking forward to leopard. The itv thing is a neat idea, I just can't see it appealing to the general public though, what with everything you have to have for it etc. And the iPhone WTF? Don't get me wrong it looks GREAT, really exciting, everything about it seems right, but the price? It's a phone for christ sake, and its not going to be out in the uk until the back end of 07 :mad: . But seriously 499 in the US, thats like �350? in the UK, I've just bought myself a new phone for �100 and thats nearing the tops I'd pay for a phone, which in essence is all it is. A �350 iphone or k800i (3mp) for �180, I'll have the k800i please, its ridiculous the price of this thing, because which ever way you look at it, �350ish/$499 for a phone is too much and apple will seriously be limiting the user base with a price like that, compared to other phones, the majority of the general puiblic won't want to lash out that much for a phone, its just a joke... All IMO obviously

    Dec 7, 02:24 PM
    Here's my current set-up. I'm looking for a good xmas Mail icon and maybe one for Safari and FF. I know what I'd like, but I'm not a Photoshop guy at all. Also, the Mail icon looks like it's sitting on the dock in an odd manner. Kind of bugging me, but I can't find a different, Christmas-y one.

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