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  • Ugg
    May 4, 06:27 PM
    I don't see how people condone people asking intrusive questions.

    Now provide information on gun safety as part of a package of being information that helps people become responsible parents, but to be perfectly honest, what I own or do not own (as long as it is legal) is no ones business but my own and my families.

    Have you had much experience with doctors? I'm guessing that you haven't because medicine is all about asking intrusive questions.

    Doctors can't diagnose a problem unless they are able to ask questions. I'm just absolutely astounded at the amount of paranoia when it comes to gun ownership. If it's such a good thing, why can't a doctor ask about it?

    I am really, really stunned that there is such a disconnect from reality when it comes to guns. The NRA has done this country an enormous disservice.

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  • akadmon
    Nov 23, 11:31 PM
    Alright! Looks like I'm getting up early tomorrow, like around 10 ;)

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  • BigJohno
    Jan 15, 12:35 AM
    I think they'll be barred after this....


    Dude this is insane if its real. Yah think???

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  • slamshut
    Oct 6, 03:09 PM
    For me service is good even tho it got alittle spotty when att allowed picture & video text. An in my area its getting better. If you drop your service that mean less congestion on the att network. :D An as far as the iphone on verizon I really dont think there network would work the same with the iphone. It will be overload.

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  • gaseby
    Aug 2, 02:58 PM
    I have had a chance to browse through the reply (allthough parts of it was cencored):
    - License agreement. Apple distinguish between license agreement for iTunes Jukebox and iTunes Music Store and they mean the government have been mixin this up
    - License agreement. They will do som smaller adjustments (clarifications) around the issue of changes to the license agreement would have effect on previously purchased music, the intention was not to have any effect on previously purchased music
    - License agreement. They will do changes so it will be clearer to the user when the license agreement has been changed
    - DRM, usage of iTunes music files in other players than iPod. They do not give in on this, their argument is 1) it is playable on the PC 2) it may be burned on a CD and played on other CD players. They also blend into the argument that Norway has a fairly new law with respect to music download and copy/usage rights and the different plotical parties and politicians have said "this and that" which may support Apples case. I would assume that sooner or later there will be a court case in order to put more details on the law and its interpretation. This may be it (or not).

    With respect to this having impact on other countries there are some arguments in the letter which quotes EU/E�S laws, however their DRM arguments is mainly reflecting their interpretation of Norwegian law.

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  • muffinss
    Mar 25, 02:43 PM
    I own a 27 inch iMac because I want a big, powerful computer. I own an iPhone because I want a small portable phone that allows me to check my email while I am gone.

    I don't want a 27 inch iMac that's a giant iPhone running an mobile OS. I don't want a small phone that's running a full blown computer OS that's way to complicated and overkill for such a weak, small mobile device. People saying they want iOS to replace OSX on all desktops is like saying they want Windows Mobile to replace Windows all together. No offense, but its a stupid idea.

    That's great if all you do if check email and browse the web on your $2,000 computer. There's other people out there that actually use their computer for other things besides checking Facebook on their $2,000 computer.

    I don't mind if they merge features back and forth between the two. Features that make sense and wont hinder the two from performing their main functionality. One being a computer OS while the other being a small, mobile device OS.

    OS X has been the best computer OS ever made, and was the best decision for Apple in buying out NexT and building their next generation computer OS after it. I hope they keep making a computer OS as well as a mobile OS.

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  • smitty97
    Apr 29, 04:22 PM
    btw- does anyone know why the current version is named Windows 7? Why 7?

    major kernel version

    1,2: 1.0 and 2.0
    3: 3.0, WfW3.11, NT 3.51
    4: 95, 98, NT4
    5: 2000, XP
    6: Vista
    7: Windows 7 (but really 6.1):confused:

    So the answer is, "marketing"

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  • shartypants
    Apr 25, 06:00 PM
    Looks nice, I'd buy one :)

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  • montycat
    Mar 24, 07:18 PM
    This would NEVER Happen. but wouldn't it be an awesome treat if Apple added in an emulator that could run (and was pre loaded with) each major version of Apple OS's from the Apple I on. ! (and heck while we're dreaming, how about all the Next Step OS versions too)

    It's in no way practical, but I'd truly geek out over it ! :)

    Agreed! I was playing around with OS 9 the other night and it was fun and nostalgic :)

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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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  • Stella
    Mar 16, 11:32 AM
    Because when he focuses on one device, Apple 'win'.

    And when he can't justify that.. he then lashes out on the consumer for buying the product . For example - Kinetic being the fastest selling tech product ever - I think he called consumers something like "MMO loses"...


    What difference does it make if one Android device outsells the iPhone? Many of the features are in the OS, not the hardware.

    Yes.. exactly.

    Additionally, one size doesn't fit all... the combination of the hardware and the software.

    Want an Android physical keyboard qwerty layout - there's an Android phone for that!

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  • Jimmieboy
    Sep 12, 02:56 AM
    3.00 am! I don't think I'll be up then. I love to sleep. I guess getting up at around 6 won't matter though. Hopefully the new products if any will be on the apple site. If not I"ll check out macrumors to see the latest news on the conference. I can't wait! Yahooooo for apple

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  • Jaro65
    Mar 25, 08:25 AM
    Happy Birthday, OS X! Curious where we'll be when celebrating tenth birthday of iOS.

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  • obeygiant
    Apr 15, 02:26 PM
    How is "gay history" different than regular history? lol

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  • nli10@mac.com
    Jan 9, 06:24 PM
    i'm 1:40 in - only one glistch and it ironed itself out.

    Full Screen QT FTW :)

    & I love all the stuff so far. :D


    Just finished - felt shorter than the 1:56 running time. Glad I waited for video - as we all knew it makes everything much clearer. Keep trying on those links if you can't get it - as Europe sleeps they will onloy get faster - night!

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  • japanime
    Mar 25, 10:35 AM
    My Nerdar has gone off.

    Sad to be you.

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  • ranReloaded
    Mar 26, 02:28 AM
    Just by chance (I didn't realize it was OS X's birthday today), last night I wrote a blog post: '10 reasons OS X is better than Windows' (http://www.adrianoconnor.net/2011/03/10-reasons-why-mac-os-x-is-better-than-windows/). The timing seems spookily appropriate.

    You must have had a hard time picking only the top 10 out of 10,000,000 :D

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  • MacRumors
    May 3, 01:41 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/05/03/u-s-carriers-cracking-down-on-android-hotspot-tethering-apps/)


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  • miles01110
    Apr 24, 06:29 AM
    Has there been any word from the higher-ups on why this feature was implemented now after years of asking and for seemingly no good reason?

    Sep 25, 09:57 PM
    Why would Apple logically develop a piece of software that uses the graphics card when I have four processors - many others have two - begging to be worked. I guess I never understood the logic of using Core Image to power this thing.
    Apple did the same thing when they got their hands on the G4s, suddenly everything was a vector problem even if it wasn't. They will get over it a couple years down the road when they notice that even the entry level boxes are going to have dozens of CPU cores soon.

    Sep 8, 08:36 AM
    Whatever, he is a no talent hack, and a dumbass.

    "AIDS is a man-made disease in the first place, that was placed in Africa just like crack was placed in the black community to break up the Black Panther party."

    He also criticised politicians for "riding home in their Benzs and Bentleys while poor Africans starve".

    I wonder what he drives......

    i won't defend the first comment, seems kinda overboard, though i bet it's way out of context.

    however, the second comment... yeah, he probably drives a sweet car, but he also isn't in a political position in which he could be helping deal with the african poverty/aids crisis...

    in both quotes, you have to look at the idea behind the words, not just take the words literally. but *he's* the dumbass...

    Apr 30, 10:39 PM
    And what is exactly your point? The specific app is not intended to be a part of the OS interface. It is using a more immersed, recreational interface, which makes it fun to use. (Have a look on the review here to see what I mean: http://www.inews24hs.com/2011/03/15/led-machines-–-led-flashlight-for-iphone-4-review/ ) Users enjoy the animations and sound effects. They are using it for the whole experience, not just for the usability of it.

    On the other hand, OS interfaces are belonging to a different category. And although there is a trend to make the native OS apps more immersive (take as an example the new iCal. It uses an interface that tries to emulate a real object, a real leather Calendar), users could have given the option to switch between a more abstract UI style. The main reason of using native OS apps (such as ical, mail, etc) is more task centred rather than experience oriented. The ideal would be not using any interface at all and just have a personal assistant do all the hard work for us accepting voice commands. Hopefully we are not far away from something like that though…

    It is interesting to notice that there are two different trends for the interface design criteria of the OS apps. Two different schools. One is the school of immersive interface, such as iCal, garageBand for iPad, iMovie for the iPhone with all the eye candy on the movie selection menu. The other is the minimalistic approach: the new Mail interface, the iPhoto, e.t.c. It is as there are two different interface design teams working in parallel, doing their experiments on UI usability, each following a different direction.

    A bit out of topic though!! Lets get back to the slider conversation!!

    Was talking about the ad itself, not the UI.

    Jan 12, 07:51 PM
    the iphone is definitely the coolest, best, most capabile, etc but this keynote wasnt very good i thought. i was just hoping for some sort of upgrade or new product that has been a long time coming. the iphone, while impressive, really isnt it. a fullscreen ipod i think woulda been nice, that with the iphone woulda earned this keynote a very high ranking.

    i somehow feel that they dont know exactly what to do about the whole ipod iphone relationship. when i was watching the keynote on the iphone i felt as tho the cell phone feauture of the machine was second to all of the cool features like going online, applications etc. hmmm

    Mar 18, 04:55 PM
    yes. what's your point?

    Then it should be pretty obvious that those comments can't be misinterpreted as compliments. Hell, I don't even understand why people make such a big deal out of what phone someone else has in the first place, thats why I made this thread, to see if I was the only one that experiences this. It seems that there are people that genuinely dislike Apple products and label anyone who purchases one as stuck up or a fanboy, which is so silly. This is my own personal experience and obviously doesn't apply to everyone.

    I'm also struggling to grasp how anything in my posts can depict me as a 'fanboy'. This is in fact my first iPhone and the only other Apple product I've ever owned is my Macbook Pro. So I hardly think I'm a 'fanboy'. You seem to be jumping to conclusions.

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