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  • Consultant
    Apr 20, 03:31 PM
    I'm sure this data will be coming to a Keynote near you.

    The trend is your friend, and unless Apple can turn it around, the trend is clearly moving toward a marginalization of iOS.

    LOL. Marginalized. Maybe you forgot the smiley?

    Let's see, largest mobile software store. Most profitable mobile software store (for developers). Most profitable mobile device.
    Surely it's marginalized when the other companies are giving away their products for market share (and losing money in the same time).

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  • Shivetya
    Apr 8, 04:42 AM
    Some of the customer reviews on the iTunes download page are very critical of the controls for some games. Not sure how well they've ported these to the touch screen interface....

    Depends on if you look further than the displayed controls. By that I mean, with Tempest there is a slider on the left that lets you rotate around the play field and firing buttons on the right. However, what many miss is that you can control the entire movement around the screen by touch.

    Same for centipede/millipede/etc. Apparently most have a simulated control on the screen but they also have touch capability for movement control on the game surface as well.

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  • wafl iron
    Apr 7, 02:59 PM
    That's only 1,258,291.2 gigabytes ... If each customer gets, say, 500 megabytes allocated, that's enough for 2,516,582 customers.

    To be safe more like enough for 2.5 million customers @ 500 megabytes (which isn't very high, I would hope for more like 5000 megabytes/5 gigabytes, but then that's only enough for like 251,658 customers).

    Point is, they better have another 10+ Pb along the way ...

    You really think they allocate storage per user like allocated real estate per home owner?

    deduplication + thin provisioning + compression applied to all that storage and your calculations are way off!


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  • bigbadneil
    Apr 22, 09:08 PM
    I have just started my own webpage using iweb but wen I go to the webpage that apple set up for me it takes me to my google apps webpage that is blank.
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  • obeygiant
    Mar 16, 04:13 PM
    Wow...I could give a damn what she was wearing she isn't asking to be raped.

    Of course she didn't. But certainly if one was dressed as a 21 year old prostitute they'd get much more attention from whomever would commit a rape.

    It's interesting how similar hardcore Christian conservatives are to hardcore conservative Muslims.

    How is that? Christians are making their women wear burkhas now?


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  • Liquorpuki
    Apr 13, 10:25 PM
    Well I like Kobe and I'm watching the Lakers / Kings game right now

    It's just one of those words that shouldn't be said regardless, even if it's institutionalized like you said. I listened to ESPN radio earlier, and Kobe called in and tried to explain himself in a way that I thought was apologetic and satisfactory.

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  • misterine
    Apr 22, 09:02 PM
    Hey, this question might be asked a lot but, I'm looking for old backups, and i'm on my backup folder and i see a LOT of stuff, but when I connect my phone to my itunes and go under backups i dont have all the selection..


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  • macsaregoodmkay
    Apr 27, 06:04 PM
    We need finer control over location. All we get to decide is yes or no. We should be able to decide what an app is going to do with the info.

    Example: I'd like my maps app to use my location ONLY to tell me where i am. NOT share my location.

    These broad agreement terms are the reason i have never installed an application on facebook. the terms are like "allow this application to access all your files, post to your friends walls, share your info, access your friends' info, etc. By clicking agree, you are allowing it to become your new spam bot.

    In this new era, clicking agree should not be legally binding. Every time I want to update safari or itunes or install any new program I need to read 120 pages of legal speak? I'd have to hire a lawyer full time for years to get thru it all. I challenge anyone to read and understand every agreement in every app on your computer. For all we know there is a clause in there that says they own your firstborn. This is not directed at apple, this applies to all companies and developers.

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  • mscriv
    Apr 6, 12:49 PM
    Worth quoting, given the back-and-forth that's gone on since this was originally posted.

    Thank you sir. I'm glad you enjoyed the post and appreciate the compliment. :)

    No woman was ever raped because of the kind of clothes she was wearing. Women are raped because people (almost exclusively men) choose to rape them.

    While it is true that people can put themselves at a higher risk through certain activities, for a politician to blame a young girl for her own rape is absolutely disgusting. It's also nauseating and ignorant for politicians to suggest modest dress as a way to prevent rape. Such thinking is completely backward.

    I agree with the notion that people should try to take steps to avoid risk, and that people can greatly reduce personal risk by making safer choices.

    But this nugget of wisdom does not really touch on the substance of the issue arising in the OP, to wit - how much responsiblity does a rape victim carry? Or, to turn the question around, how much of the rape is not the rapist's fault?

    Here's the thing. A woman's choice in dress or action does not mean she is to "blame" for being victimized, but we can not deny that her choice in dress or behavior can be a factor in her chances of being targeted.

    As far as the politician's comments, let's not forget that multiple articles have been written about her quote and she claims to have been misquoted. Regardless of our own personal political views, we must admit that people do get misquoted. Additionally, none of us are above making a error in judgement with our words. Sometimes things don't come out as we intend them or they sound different when they come out of our mouths as opposed to how it sounded in our heads.

    She responded to an email written to her by a blogger ( this:

    Thank you for your e-mail. You may want to read the article that appeared in the New York Times. When I read the article my heart went out to the little girl and I was angry that she was brutally assaulted. I was angry that nobody protected her and that she was even allowed to leave with an older boy. In my opinion an 11 year old girl is still a child and as such shouldn't be expected to understand that certain actions or attire are not appropriate for her. I did not indicate that she was raped because she was wearing inappropriate attire. What I did say (which was not reported) was that if her parents don't protect her then all that's left is the school.

    Additionally, the writer who wrote the story quoted by the OP has written two follow up stories on the matter. In the most recent one he states (

    But, look -- no matter where Kathleen Passidomo exists on the feminist spectrum, whether she's a closet burqa-wearer or the secret owner of a lucrative chain of abortion clinics -- the fact is, Kathleen Passidomo probably doesn't think this 11-year-old deserved to be gang-raped. How do we know? Because Kathleen Passidomo is a human being, and human beings do not generally feel that justice has been served when children are tortured and brutalized. However regrettable her phrasing, what Passidomo was trying to express is an obvious if unpopular truth: that although a child has every right to safety in any environment she chooses to enter, that right will not be equally protected by all individuals in all environments.

    * bold emphasis mine

    It's also, by the way, fallacious to assume that only young, attractive and/or scantily-clad women are raped.

    Great point. My post was intended to speak on the connection between personal responsibility and possible victimization. There is often a correlation between these variables. My comments in that post and in this one are not directed solely at this one sad case, but towards all types of victimization. If we focus on the topic of rape specifically there are a variety of types of rapes each carrying their own specific factors.

    If your interested my thoughts on post 50 is that it fundamentally misses the point.

    Everyone understands that we live in a world which contains certain dangers which can be mitigated by changing our behaviors.

    That isn't the point of this conversation, were all talking about BLAMING the victim in this case. Just because a victim makes a bad decision does not remove their reasonable expectation of safety.

    I guess we'll just have to agree to disagree. I think your view is very short sighted and continues to be rooted in a morality vacuum as opposed to reality. Sure, we can all agree that the ideal is every person, everywhere, regardless of circumstances should be safe, but the fact of the matter is that we aren't.

    No one is arguing that victims deserve what happens to them or that perpetrators should be any less to blame for the actions they take. However, we must learn to accept that a variety of factors are involved and that even victims can bear a measure of responsibility in putting themselves in situations where they are more likely to be victimized.

    Like I said above there are a variety of types of rape. Let's take the broad category of date rape as an example. The female that chooses to dress and carry herself in a suggestive manner might be sending signals that she does not intend to send and in doing so is making herself more of a target. Add alcohol to the mix and risks go way up. Does this mean the predator who chooses to take advantage in this situation is any less culpable, of course not, but to ignore the risk factors is like burying your head in the sand. Young women need to be taught about risk factors and learn how certain choices can either increase or minimize risk.

    As I have suggested, we cannot really know the answers to these questions without first interviewing (or obtaining transcripts of interviews of) rapists. Most of us on this forum are not rapists (I hope), so making broad inferences on what goes through such a monster's mind is rather pointless.

    Another great point. Guess what, in my experience as a therapist I've worked with rapists and abusers directly. I've done the interviews and talked with these indivduals about "what goes through [their] mind".

    Continuing the line of reasoning I started in my answer to AP_piano295, one young man who had "date raped" more than one female explained to me that at college parties he would target the girls who dressed and acted provocatively in addition to drinking heavily. In his words, "you know, the party girls" His reasoning was that these girls were easy marks and in most cases were less likely to report anything because they would rationalize the experience, if they remembered it, as "having gotten a little out of control or having drank too much" as opposed to having been victimized or raped.

    You see, rape is not always about power. Sometimes it is, but at other times it's about abuse, pain, fear, rage, or just plain sexual desire/conquest.

    One young male offender I worked with was in the system for sexually molesting his younger brother. He was a victim of abuse himself and his motivation for abusing his brother was jealously and anger. He felt his parents loved the younger brother more because he wasn't "damaged" and thus he acted out so his brother would be "just like him".

    I agree, but there's a vast difference between trying to 'minimize risk' and the post below:

    ...If a man sees a woman with a low top, lots of cleavage showing, high skirts and heels, then he will view her as trash.....

    Which acts as a kind of justification.

    Yes and no. While based on my own personal morals/ethics I agree with you that such a line of thinking is ridiculous, I must keep in mind that there are people that do think this way. And, they will use whatever rationalization it takes to both motivate and justify their judgements or actions. In the case of a predator the kind of thinking above could be the initial thought that starts a chain of events which ultimately results in an attack of some kind.

    In this specific gang rape case the victim is a child and thus there is limited capacity for personal responsibility. However, there are a variety of potential factors that ultimately contributed to what occurred: lack of parental supervision, negative peer involvement, possible previous sexually inappropriate behavior, socioeconomic conditions, etc. etc. I don't know the specifics and thus these are just generalizations, but regardless, the perpetrators are solely responsible for their actions and should be held responsible to the fullest extent of the law.

    Please understand, I'm not talking about morals, ideals, and values here (what I've previously referred to as the morality vacuum). I'm talking about understanding the link between personal responsibility and potential victimization. Simply put, while our choices do not make us responsible for any victimization that may befall us, we must recognize that our actions can contribute to the chances of us being targeted for victimization.

    I apologize for the long post, but I wanted to touch on the many comments that had been made and attempt to better explain my position. :)


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  • leehal
    Feb 4, 03:29 AM
    Can anyone recommend any software for converting vinyl records to digital format?

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  • rdstoll
    Apr 7, 12:18 PM
    Love the idea but the execution is a joke. So you download the app and get exactly one crappy game, Pong, and you have to wade through dozens of other games just to find it and play it.

    Then if you want to get one of the good classics you get is in a "4-pack" that includes 3 games you don't care about. So if you really want all the classics you are essentially forced to buy all 100 games for $20.

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  • buswheel
    Jan 10, 12:16 AM
    "meh" is the word that comes to mind.

    I Agree

    It's not like the iPhone wasn't expected, and for those outside the US it's all a bit too far away anyway to worry about.

    Personally I was hoping for announcements in regards to leopard, iLife/iWork and future macbook options (Such as the 12" macbook pro... I have drooled over 12" powermacs and the like since i used my brothers in 2002)

    Maybe with this quote ...over the next several months we're gonna be rolling out some awesome new stuff for the mac... I may not have to wait too long


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  • Apple 26.2
    Apr 16, 10:20 PM
    Thanks so much for making another thread buddy.

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  • Nermal
    Feb 12, 11:00 PM
    However, do you think we can change edesignuk's official title from mini-mod to mod mini, more inline with Apple's product naming scheme? :p

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  • likemyorbs
    Mar 19, 01:22 PM
    The military can execute a criminal for rape or desertion. Treason is also a capital offense. None of these things involve killing a person, and desertion and treason might not involve any physical harm at all.

    At any rate, you're still being very selective in your arguments. In the OP I laid out a series of reasons why the death penalty should be abandoned, and have only addressed one or two of them, and unconvincingly at that. Additionally, you have failed to make a convincing argument why life imprisonment without parole is not a sufficient punishment for the worst crimes.

    The only thing you mentioned in the op is cost, which i already addressed. And as i said, i don't support capital punishment for crimes like rape, desertion, or treason. Actually, child rape is death penalty worthy. Either way though, I'm really not trying to prove anything, I'm just stating my opinion that i support the current laws regarding that. You on the other hand are trying to prove that the death penalty is wrong, and as of now I don't think you've proven your point.

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    Apr 7, 12:37 PM
    Sounds like a fair price at $500. May be worth a little more than that.

    Nov 10, 11:36 AM
    Growl ( is a global notification system for Mac OS X. Any application can send a notification to Growl, which will display an attractive message on your screen.

    Try it! Its free and from the makers of Adium and you'll love it!
    I use it to notify me of iTunes track changes, new mail and Adium notifications.

    That's what growl does? I've only ever seen/ heard about it in the Proteus message boards

    Jul 26, 09:05 PM
    Well, Blu-ray discs are taking data storage one step further...

    Welcome to Apple.

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