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  • khrome
    Apr 5, 11:51 AM
    Well, I appreciate that you've gotten some juvenile responces.

    But I have a harsh truth for you: our legal system is all about "stooping to their level" and using technicalities and precedent to get whatever you can (regarding charges and sentencing, rather than evidence). The guy who trys to "play it by the book" gets eaten alive as indicated by your current situation. Just my 2 cents.

    Also, if you indicate to the police where you believe your stolen goods are it may take up to 5 business days for them to go search the area, by which time it's long gone. Generally, kids who steal stuff play with it for a minute, then get nervous and sell it. That's why my laptop was already gone... it was the difference in grand theft and petty theft.

    I was under the impression if I did the leg work and got all the information together, They just had to show up with badges to question them and happen to look where I knew the stuff was (it was visible from outside the house from a certain angle). Oh no... not even remotely. You have far too much faith that other people care about your well-being, and rectifying your situation.




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  • scott523
    Oct 3, 01:25 PM
    This is a little disappointing that Steve is confirming to keynote MWSF 2007 when it's just October, which means he probably wants us to wait (I hope not). :(

    Besides, hasn't Steve keynoted MWSF every year?




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  • bobringer
    Apr 5, 03:55 PM
    My god, I knew people were self absorbed but not THIS self absorbed.

    People, get over yourselves. Just because YOU don't see a need for something doesn't mean that anybody else that uses it is a moron.

    What about the people in advertising? Should they be called a moron because they actually want to do research? What about people trying to learn HTML5 and looking for ideas? Are they morons because they are trying to improve their skills? How about the creative 17 year old that wants to win the first interactive Domino's superbowl commercial on an AppleTV in 2016 (using the AppleTV version if iAd's).

    Sheesh... the world is going to a hell in a handbasket and each of you thinks you're the ones CARRYING the handbasket. Newsflash... you're not.




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  • Object-X
    Oct 3, 12:48 PM
    Software:

    I think we'll get a software update of the iLife and iWork suites, a closer look at Leopard and it's new features, and an update to Frontrow for use with iTV. Am I the only one who thought the iTV interface looked less than polished?

    Hardware:

    No video iPod, but the iPhone will debut. This will be the BIG announcement. I don't think they would release a new iPod at the same time as the phone, so my money is on an iPhone.

    I expext the quad core Mac Pros too. --prays-- A mid tower or mid priced configuration of the Mac Pro. By mid I mean around $1400 - $1600.

    That's it! Try to keep some perspective. Everytime one of these keynotes is given the rumor mill predicts everything and the kitchen sink, but only a small number of annoucemnets are actually made. So, some standard software updates, a review of Leopard, configuration options for Mac Pros and the BIG iPhone announcement.




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  • virus1
    Jan 7, 10:05 AM
    do you think apple is doing this because apple will release a limited edition product like only 200 of something

    huh? apple is doing what?




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  • lordonuthin
    Apr 11, 05:36 PM
    well i'm about to leave my apartment tonight again for the next 2 months. this time i'll only be 2 hours away, so i can come back on the weekends if something messes up again. we'll see.

    oh, and i had to restart my VM before i left to take out the -oneunit flag, and guess what, i lost that unit! it was 96% complete!

    i'm so mad right now :mad:

    I've had that happen several time with bigadv units, grrrrrr




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  • QuarterSwede
    Apr 25, 01:32 PM
    iCon police.
    Took me a minute to get that. Nice. ;)




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  • rorschach
    Apr 29, 03:56 PM
    Actually scrollbars look and behave exactly the same as they did before.

    Whether they automatically hide or not is a preference, it has been since the first DP:

    http://i.imgur.com/b0Qlw.png

    Same with reverse scrolling. Nothing at all has changed about scrolling or scrollbars.




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  • vassillios
    Apr 15, 12:37 PM
    Obviously fake. Look at the slanted iPhone writing on the bottom photo. Horrible photoshop skills




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  • cult hero
    Mar 24, 09:39 PM
    OS X was the reason I moved to a Mac but, oddly, not from Windows. About the time XP came out I became a full time Linux user. I actually liked Windows 2000 okay but once you get used to a REAL command line there's no going back. The lack of commercial software was a pain though. In the business world I used some Adobe products and MS Office.

    My best friend got a G3 iBook and while we made fun of him for getting a Mac, I tinkered with it when I had the chance since I knew it was built on Darwin and found I really liked it. My next laptop was a Mac and it's been that way since. The switch to Intel processors made it even better since, with virtualization, this machine can do basically everything I need it to.




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  • zoetropeuk
    Sep 25, 11:42 AM
    That is good to know, because 1.1.2 runs like crap on a Quad with a 6800GT and 8GB of RAM. Unacceptable, really. I basically abandoned the workflow and went back to Photoshop. I can actually get work done that way.


    Damn then there must be something wrong with you Quad again Gary. I regularly use 1.1.2 on my 1.67 powerbook and I find it perfectly acceptable. And on my G5/X800XT it's super fast.

    I think the issue with people finding it slow is there lack of understand of what Aperture is actually doing. And also not really knowing how to use Aperture to it's full potential.

    Everybody wants everything to be instant but that will never happen.

    I for one find the workflow of cataloguing, correcting and exporting in Aperture far faster and superior then any comparable app.




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  • CaoCao
    Apr 16, 01:40 AM
    Um if it wasn't for a gay man you might not be speaking English and the computer as we know it would likely not exist.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Turing

    We probably would be speaking English and the computer might be different or it might not




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  • Lord Blackadder
    Nov 16, 11:55 AM
    Well, people have hacked OSX to run on AMD computers, so I don't think many (if any) software changes would be necessary.




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  • SevenInchScrew
    Nov 14, 09:10 PM
    The campaign is great, and you really get attached to the characters.
    I don't know what you're all talking about.
    No, having to replay sections over and over and over and over, just to learn what is killing you is not great. It is crappy 90s game design, that we should not have to deal with in 2010. Crappy checkpoints mixed with crappy enemy and team "AI" (if you can call it that) make for a really crappy game. I'm turning it down to Recruit just to get it over with, so I can flush it from my mind as quick as possible.

    I beat both MW games on Hardened, and about half of the levels of each on Veteran. While the plot in both was ludicrous, they were at least fun. Lots of clear objectives, teammates who would stay out of the way, and very few of those "monster closet" moments (grrrrr, Favela :mad:) Those games were fun from start to finish. Black Ops is just a mess of crazy flashbacks cutscenes, messy game design, and terrible direction.
    Yeah. I liked MW2's campaign better. It may be because I am from the DC area so it was quite weird seeing it war torn.
    How about Fallout 3? I've never been to DC, but I find it really funny how when I see it on TV or in movies now, I recognize so much of it, and where things are, just from my hundreds of hours in that game. :D




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  • ChrisA
    Apr 8, 06:17 PM
    Realistically how often have you needed to go into regedit to alter the registry. At my company they restrict access to the registry and it has not impacted my users one bit...

    That's not the point. the bad thing about Registry is that it even exits. What a dumb design to have a single file that multiple different applications can access. It tightly couple things that should be 100% independent. Every other OS works hard to avoid this problem. It should be the case that even an intensionally malicious program can effect the operation of another program. Windows works only because you work hard to keep intensionally malicious software off the computer. This effort should not be required

    What I'd like to see in Lion is not only the cosmetic changes to the user interface that everyone talks about but a big change to say the security model to for example implement discretionary access controls in a way the both works and is easy for the user to understand. Something like that could even prevent most Trojan horses from doing damage. What about a cryptographic file system? Of a file system that looks more like an iPhoto or Aperture library than a tree? What about building the entire OS using a compiler that automatically parallelizes code at a fine scale? Lots of things could do. But maybe those are still 10 years away?




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  • iShater
    Jul 27, 03:18 PM
    The Nissan Leaf list for about $25k to $26k and is an ALL electric vehicle. GM better get their head out of the sand.

    Does it have the same options? or looks?




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  • Applejuiced
    Apr 15, 03:53 PM
    That doesnt look right.
    Square on the sides instead of the way it is now.
    And whats that wide slot on the side?
    Also theres traces of photoshop usage on those pics they say.




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  • GFLPraxis
    Apr 13, 12:05 PM
    Go ahead and opt out of your full-body scans... if you're doing it for the "health" reason you're tilting at a very small windmill.

    The "Health" angle is murky, but TSA uses opt-out ratios as proof of acceptance. They've put out multiple press releases pushing >2% opt out rates as proof that people feel safer and don't mind the new security measures. So, I'm going to opt out every time, if for no other reason than to drive up the cost for them.




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  • geenosr
    Sep 28, 02:52 PM
    Did anybody see an ATT cell tower on his property so SJ can use his iPhone with enough signal strength?

    The windows joke was a good one!




    SkyStudios
    May 2, 02:05 PM
    Not again... The database in question is NOT used by Apple to actively track users. It's a local cache on your phone, sent to you from Apple. This database serves a legitimate purpose on your phone to improve the performance of location services.
    The issue is that this DB can be used by others (not Apple) to gain in-site into your relative location over time. Technically I wouldn't even call this a 'bug' since it's working as designed. However it is a serious oversight on Apples part.

    FTR - Apple does collect location data from your phone (assuming you opted-in). This tracking is done via entirely different process than is being discussed. active tracking means real time reporting, the data base is just to record it, they can say they erase the data base on your device but that does not mean they did not record it on their side, its like firefox says in their agreement, regardless of private browsing, the ISP can still record the traffic and know what websites and all you been looking at, search engines can even help them find words that match their desired character, whats strange to me is what this article says,





    toke lahti
    Jan 15, 04:03 PM
    These I'm missing:

    1) No blu-ray
    2) No eSata (with bootable + s.m.a.r.t.)
    3) No hdcp+hdmi
    4) Not breaking 8bit barrier with screens (16bit dvi, hdmi, udi or display port)
    5) No 17" mbp with led backlight
    6) No acd with hdcp/16bit dvi/hdmi/udi/display port

    oh well, I was waiting for these also a year ago...

    MBA seems to be quite cool, but display resolution is so low.
    It has less hardware than MB, but higher price...

    They crippled TM to work with APextreme + usb-drives and reason seems to sell TimeCapsules.
    Btw, upgrading TC from 500GB to 1TB costs $200, upgrading MP's harddrive from 500GB to 1TB costs $300. Well, maybe MP's drives are not "server grade"...




    Snowy_River
    Nov 17, 03:45 PM
    Apple did not have a version of OS X running in it's labs. Intel has had every version running on their chips since the early 1990s when they first entered into discussions about using Intel chips. Intel some of the best software programmers in the world, wrt making an OS work on Intel chips. Apple got the OS X port from Intel to speed up the process of introducing the chips.

    Link?

    This is the first I've heard the story put that way. I've many times heard it said that Apple has kept versions of the Mac OS running on different CPUs in their labs, especially since the switch to OS X. Do you have any evidence to back up your supposition?




    belvdr
    Mar 11, 01:17 PM
    Milestone 1:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0FtgZNOD44

    Milestone 2:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftf4riVJyqw

    Milestone 3 (the most recent):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBhYxj2SvRI

    Any questions?

    Links to Steve's presentations and nothing else, eh? If computing has changed, then why do we still have laptops and desktops? Even better, why does Apple still sell them?

    At least you are following this statement perfectly :

    I just look to Steve to see the trends in posting on Macrumors. Whatever the guy says, it means it will become defacto opinion on this site.




    dethmaShine
    Apr 16, 02:31 PM
    While I agree with you overall, I think there have been plenty of features that NeXT-Apple has teased, but not ultimately delivered on. "Home on the iPod" is one and "resolution independence" is another, I'm sure there are more but these are two that might actually have mattered to me.

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    I think 'Home on iPod' might be coming in iOS 5.

    But yes, Resolution Independence did matter to me a lot. But somewhere, I feel that it might not be the best thing available; but still Mac OS X has better capabilities of displaying content than windows (incl. windows 7) although I really think win8 will be a game changer in this regard; they have had tones of time, now.



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