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  • macAllen
    Sep 1, 04:04 PM
    So Futuristic

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 28, 05:44 AM
    Umm ok.

    I might revise that to say annoying people of all religions and sexualities (?) and races, etc.. stick out. It doesn't sound quite so...bad.


    I have yet to hear of an annoying lesbian blowing herself, and others, up.

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  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 13, 03:15 AM
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  • AP_piano295
    May 5, 10:06 AM
    No, because what the criminals did has nothing to do with medical diseases. In the other hand, they did made something against the law in formulating or being part of a terrorist plan, of which they have knowledge. And that knowledge might lead you to prevent this terrorist act to be executed.

    But lives could be saved if we did tests on them, probably 100's of thousands of lives.

    Isn't your point that the ends justify the means? If we torture people we might be able to obtain information and save lives? Well if saving lives is the goal we should be testing drugs and experimental procedures on criminals after all it will save lives.

    Should we torture criminals we catch (in this country) until they inform on other criminals they know? After all it might save lives.


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  • ibook30
    Sep 24, 05:12 PM
    I wouldn't be OK with this.
    After taking friends to clinics - seeing births - and some of the possible results ,,, I know at 18 I had no idea what I was doing. Thought I did, come to find out I was wrong.

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  • nightelf
    Dec 14, 06:35 PM
    iMac G5.


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  • devilot
    Sep 24, 04:17 PM
    So this kid is a straight A student and is very bright. But he argues with his parents a lot and, like any other teenager, is disrespectful. Should any of these factors influence a parent's decision? On one hand, he has proven to be responsible, saving money and getting good grades. On the other hand, he's moody and often shuts himself off from the rest of the family.YES! I strongly feel that what you've mentioned definitely has an impact! If he is bright, he is more likely to get in trouble and if he tends to 'shut himself off from the rest of the family' then shooting him down when he finally opens up and tells the truth and offers some insight into his 'closed' life would be detrimental in my book!

    By all means, talk about all of this with him instead of just thinking it over. If he is bright and has shown responsibility as you say, then give him the chance to discuss this situation w/ you. Even if you aren't comfortable w/ allowing him to, then say so! Tell him that you'd rather he didn't but that honestly, you will support him if he still chose too. Tell him that you know he is bright and responsible and assuch you'd expect no less from him than to practice safe sex should things escalate to that level.

    But he has shown initiative in telling you the truth... show him the respect he deserves because yes, respect is a two-way street. He has respected the parent (sorry got carried away by saying 'you' and whatnot instead of 'his parent') enough to bring this up the parent should do well by him and return that respect.

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  • tag
    Dec 18, 11:18 PM
    Some film negatives, apple style. :)


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  • jessica.
    Aug 7, 03:34 PM
    I don't recall where the WP came from but it would be easy enough to crop I'm sure.

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  • Lacero
    Mar 5, 11:09 PM
    :D Heard about this on Slashdot. If you could do a search there, there should be hundreds of funny, informative, and trollish posts on it.


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  • aosman
    Mar 5, 11:43 AM
    In the US

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  • starcrossed
    Oct 10, 11:04 AM
    App Store makes it's Extremely easy for devs to release an app make some money then disappear. $2.99 is cheaper than some Twitter apps, and I rather pay that over time knowing the dev will stick around. Loren has stated he would love to have had an upgrade price, but there is no easy way to do it in the app store As Of Now. There's no way to make a cheaper version that only Tweetie 1 users can buy, all app store shoppers would get the same deal.

    As far as Push concerned, Tweetie hasn't done it yet because it relies on a developer to create their own server method to check for what you ask of it 24/7, then push that to Apple servers, then to you. Twitter has said they are looking into enabling a push service on their end that all developers would have access to, which would be a better, more reliable method. From what I understood, this feature is not too far off, hence why Tweetie 2 doesn't have the feature.


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  • Fuzzy14
    May 5, 01:58 PM
    The only one that comes to mind is comedian/actor Rowan Atkinson did the adverts for them in the UK. (


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  • manu chao
    Apr 4, 01:50 PM
    If this is from their website, what is their issue with letting users opt-out in their iPad app?
    If you have doubts that this from their website why don't you check (two clicks away from
    It is about two things:
    (a) Knowing their demographics
    (b) Being able to communicate directly with their customers, even if is only about new features or special offers (there are two checkboxes, people might agree to first one but not the second one, Apple with its great simplicity won't allow such differentiated options)

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  • PowerGamerX
    Apr 5, 12:01 AM

    I hate menu bar translucency, in case you're wondering.


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  • Mord
    Sep 24, 07:13 PM
    i dont get parents that dont want their kids to have sex... just does not compute, your son is 18 he can do what he wants.

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  • jll62
    Apr 20, 03:16 PM
    This is what many of us have been suggesting for a while now. Smartphone market share is not the be-all/end-all. iOS usage as a whole is a far more important indicator of what's going on because you don't have traditional carrier lock-ins with the non-phone devices.

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  • 0815
    Apr 29, 07:30 AM
    I think in order to create new cutting edge products every company has to violate some patents of others (due to stupidity of the patent system they companies can patent almost everything). The origins of the patent system were a good idea to protect really new innovations but it got abused by too many companies and people who approve probably cant distinguish new original ideas from common sense ideas. That makes it hard for companies to enforce their original ideas since they can get counter suit with trivial patents (I'm not saying this is the case here - but that is the general problem).

    Apple probably knew they are getting sued in return and took that into account by weighing the severity of violations (in their point of view). Probably it will end in out of court settlement - so I'm not sure what it is good for except making everyone aware that companies borrow ideas from each other ...

    One of the patents:
    Mobile telephone capable of displaying world time and method for controlling the same

    An apparatus and method for calculating and displaying local time for a plurality of cities in the world. The apparatus includes a memory for storing Greenwich mean time (GMT) information for each of the plurality of cities. The apparatus sets a reference time and counts the time that elapses from when the reference time is set. The apparatus calculates a local time of a city selected by a user, which is based on a difference between the GMT of the selected city and the GMT of a present location of the apparatus, the reference time and the counted elapsed time. The reference time may be either a time set by the user or a system time acquired from a signal generated from a remote system.
    How can companies get patents for such trivial algorithms???

    Does this mean we can blame Samsung for the alarm clock bug whenever the summer/winter time change happens?

    Aug 27, 03:04 PM
    Have you tried to stop folding and restarting the client? That usually works with my WindHell machine.

    Aug 6, 10:41 PM
    It uses a 6-to-6 Firewire cable plus a power supply and is compatible with both Mac and Windows. Your Dell would need a Firewire port or the ability to install a Firewire expansion card. Software should be available for download at the website. If you don't have the power supply maybe LaCie support (or Radio Shack) can help you out.

    Jan 10, 06:27 PM
    iPhone - revolutionary in that it raises the bar VERY high for other manufacturers...But it still smells like first generation to me. Behind the arguably flawless design, usability and performance issues are already being raised. Kudos to Steve and his enormously talented staff, but I'll pass on early adoption. But slick..oh so slick..No one is as good as SJ for coordinating such a project. Now let's see how it sells.
    It does raise the bar for other manufacturers, but this isn't the portable media player market. In business you either have to be the first, or the cheapest (neither applies to iPhone), simply being the best doesn't cut it. Apple and its devotees have argued for ages that MacOS is so superior to Windows it's ridiculous, but they've never managed to even put a dent in Microsoft's market share.

    With the iPod Apple was able to hog 60% of the market before the competition even woke up, but here they're up against Nokia, SonyEricsson, Motorola, Siemens, Blackberry, Palm/Treo, HP and a bunch of other giants with well established distribution channels and deals with every carrier on earth. I hope for Apple's sake they've patented the crap out of this thing because the first SonyEricsson iPhone killer is probably being designed as we speak.

    BTW, was there any mention of games on this thing? Without games, kids aren't touching the iPhone with a ten foot pole, and aging businessmen who always groan over buttons being too small may not be into the idea of *no* buttons.

    Apr 7, 08:40 AM
    Why all the negatives? Patches are a good thing.

    Aug 2, 02:28 AM

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