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  • pbh444
    Mar 25, 08:48 AM
    This is madness. The Verizon website is still showing the original price for iPad 1. (And my Verizon store claims to know nothing about the lowered prices).

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  • squeeks
    May 2, 10:09 PM
    Unfortunately the war will not change much as the more recent attack attempts (christmas day shoe bomber, Fort Hood attacks) have come from or been inspired by cells in Yemen ( commanded by Bin Laden's second in command...

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  • iGary
    Sep 13, 08:52 AM
    I've had general anesthisia about 11 times now (long story ...).

    The gas is fine i remember once the anesthitist asked me to count to 10 whilst he put the mask over my nose and mouth. ( i reached 3 or so :D)

    The IV isn't much worse (and i'm not a huge fan of needles!).

    You do feel pretty groggy afterward when you come to, well i least i did, and its definately worth getting someone along to help take you home. They could just be there to pick you up and make sure you get into bed ok when you get home. You'll prob be asleep for a good 10 hours after that.

    On the whole the administration of the anesthetic is not unpleasant.

    Best of luck with your surgery iGary

    Unless they keep me overnight, I'm having the midshipman I sponsor from the Naval Academy pick me up and get me settled at home. I'm sure I'll be just fine - I'm just a worrier. :rolleyes:

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  • Grimace
    Oct 16, 04:16 PM
    yikes - I want my video iPod now, not in 2007!

    I wish the new set top box, iPhone, and widescreen video iPod would be out by November. Holiday shopping would be so easy!!


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  • BornAgainMac
    Apr 1, 09:20 AM
    2011. People are still watching TV? Scary.

    I remember Spock from Star Trek basically made a comment about TV like that. I believe the episode was called "Bread and Circuses". Spock didn't say Scary but since he is half human he probably thought that.

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  • madhatter61
    Apr 5, 09:54 PM
    It will be interesting to see if Apple develops its own controller chip for ARM processors. Currently the Intel controller is designed for Intel processors that incorporate PCI express architecture. ARM architecture is quite different. Thunderbolt is currently designed for the standard Mac line of products using Intel Processors. All the mobile products are Arm based processors.

    The idea of having a common connector like minidisplay port is quite awesome, and the utilization is all in the software control approach. Dual channel, full bidirectional, with the possibility of multiple protocols running simultaneously with very high data rates. Apple is just covering their future bases, and doing it very nicely.

    I saw posts asking about backward compatibility possibilities. The answer is a definite no. But the future arrangements will be most interesting.

    One post wanted everything to go thru a standard phone jack. Not at all likely or even possible.


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  • madina
    Nov 10, 02:59 PM
    I don't believe I'd use this for payment. Well not if I had my debit card on me.
    RFID Maybe useful for locating the device if it was stolen. Please Apple, can you render these small & expensive mobile devices useless if they are stolen?! It would deter thieves!

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  • talmy
    Feb 25, 02:35 PM
    Pardon my ignorance. I've never used a server before, but now that it is being opened up for free in Lion, is this something that I could benefit from? What can it be used for from average home consumers?

    I'm not average but I use it at home. Here's the list of services I use:

    Open Directory
    DynDNS Update
    TimeMachine backup for 5 Macs
    Windows VM to run Quicken (Screen Sharing to view)
    File Sharing for music, pictures, video, software archival storage.
    AddressBook server to sync address book among computers and iTouches
    iCal server to sync and share calendars among computers and iTouches.
    Printer/Scanner server for shared all-in-one
    VPN server to access network away from home


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  • w00dyw00d
    Apr 19, 09:57 AM
    Anyone notice the lip around the edge on the front and back? Maybe will help avoid scratches when dragged on a flat surface.

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  • leomac08
    Jun 25, 10:00 AM
    A mistake? Unless I'm mistaken, when the 40GB PS3 was released, it was $399, and the 80GB version was $499. At least, those were the normal prices when I bought my 40GB.'s wasn't a mistake it was given to me for free....but it was during those times that the PS3 was the main deal and people rioted and fought and they were several people who were victims of theft when it came out.:D


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  • OdduWon
    Oct 10, 12:00 PM
    merom mbp is the new pb G5. just as hot, just as fabled, just as useful.

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  • 0815
    Apr 26, 06:40 AM
    All true... but what happens when you replace the hard drive? Willing to buy one from Apple with the OS preinstalled?

    Thats what the USB stick is for - you boot from it like you used to do from DVD and install - that simple.

    USB sticks are too expensive and take too much time to duplicate "en masse". DVDs are very cheaper and take few seconds to duplicate if even that since they are being pressed (not burned in the case of mass duplication). USB sticks are also more expensive.

    It doesn't make sense to go to a USB only distribution model, at least from a cost basis. As for Mac App Store... meh... why not do downloads outside of the Mac App Store, I don't want to use that POS. I've been installing OSes from HTTP and FTP since the mid-90s, no need for a "Mac App Store" to do it. What happens if I don't have a 10.6 or 10.7 installation going and just want to wipe the computer ? Linux has been doing network installs from nothing. Upon purchase, just provide a USB thumb-drive image I can put on any 1 GB thumb-drive to boot into the installer where I put in my purchase code or something. No need for the "Mac App Store".

    Funny how history repeats itself (or better the comments on current events) ... those are the same arguments that I heard when computer manufactures started to get rid of the Floppy drive: but CDs are so much more expensive, I can't get everything on CD, people don't know how to handle them, ....
    Also: don't compare the price of big read/writeable USB sticks in the store - with a fixed (read-only) image they can be mass produced fairly cheap - yes DVD might be a tiny bit cheaper for now - but there are other cost savings with the tiny USB sticks compared to the big DVD boxes (packaging, shipping, storage, .... and you save the money to put the DVD drive in the machine)
    Lets face it: the DVD is at the end of its life cycle, it was great for its time but now is the time to say good bye.

    At this point in time most non-enthusiasts are barely comfortable reinstalling an OS. They'd be totally lost if OS X wasn't on a disc. I'm sure Apple doesn't want to have to deal with all the extra support calls and will provide Lion on DVD for any Mac that has a SuperDrive. DVDs are on their way out but still have a lot of mainstream life in them.

    even non-enthusiasts manage to put a USB stick in the right slot. You know, even my father (who does not know anything about computers and sometimes scares me with his very naive computer questions) knows how to put his USB stick in the computer to copy some pictures to it. If he can handle to put a DVD in the drive to boot and reinstall, he can handle to put a USB stick in the right slot to boot and reinstall.

    We are still in a transition period. There is zero reason to think 10.7 won't come on DVD. Not everyone -- actually most -- people in the U.S. do not have high speed broadband (4 Mbps or faster) service either because of cost or availability [stats here for the non-believers:,3343,en_2649_34225_38690102_1_1_1_1,00.html] . It would be suicidal for Apple to ship a multi-GB OS only via download. Especially Apple home users, who bought into Apple because of it's ease of use, are not going to sit for hours as their new shiny OS downloads, then sit for another 15-30 min as it installs.

    Why? You don't need high speed internet to put a USB stick in your computer, no need to wait for hours, just plug it in and be happy.


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  • mazola
    Sep 25, 11:18 AM
    So when's the next Apple Event?

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  • Eraserhead
    Jun 1, 10:52 AM
    So if there are no further objections by next weekend can we begin?


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  • j_maddison
    Mar 19, 04:44 PM

    4 years ago my brother (parents) had to pay $2000 for his "tablet PC" from HP in highschool.

    This works out to what, $470 a piece? Give me a break.

    The iPad is not a tablet PC. You can still pay $2,000 for a tablet PC if you want. The iPad is a tablet yes, but it doesn't run a full blown deskptop OS (I'm not getting into that argument).

    My point is, Apple used to offer excellent discounts to students and teachers across all of it's product ranges. It's a shame they're not offering the same with the iPad.

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  • Squadleader
    Apr 8, 05:40 PM
    Or just, uh.... not smart?

    Trying to kill planned parenthood = less birth control available = more abortions.

    That's just common sense. I know they're all about abstinence being the best option but come on!

    It's not the only option. Jees. :rolleyes:

    How dumb can a party/movement be? Are they just refusing to think more than the one superficially thin layer of preventing Planned Parenthood providing abortions? Is that what they think PP just does?

    I'm so confused.


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  • Matty-p
    Apr 18, 03:23 PM
    ive got a ps3 and a mac pro coming monday or tuesday so will contribute these to project ps3 +24/7 (i did a weeks folding for toms hardware a month os so ago and i got 1250 ppd just on the ps3) mac pro probly only about 5-6 hours a day but more like 15 hours in the school holidays and weekends :rolleyes:! could you suggest a client for the mac :confused:?? and i think i will start a new folding acount but just to make sure you can put more than one client/machine on one acount/username also how many ppd can the 2009 quad core enty leval mac pro achive on 24/7 ????

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  • Michael73
    Apr 12, 01:57 PM
    Outlook still lacks CalDav support and relies on Sync Services which Apple is discontinuing May 5th.

    Sorry, but FAIL. :(

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  • JackSYi
    Sep 1, 01:48 AM
    I can't wait till MWSF 07.

    Feb 18, 10:54 AM
    Everyone is dressed up but Steve....awesome.

    He did wear a tux to the oscars at least.

    Apr 24, 04:27 PM
    seriously just shut ur pretty faces with the tired backlit keyboard anthem. this is like the least desirable feature esp since it has a direct impact on battery life.

    so simple really:

    -more power
    -longer battery life
    -IPS display
    -less weight
    -runs cool

    the new x220 does the mba better in three items above today for a fact. time for apple to step it up again.

    lol..i think the universe revolves around this guy.
    BTW - BLK might be the biggest requested feature.

    May 24, 11:15 PM
    I am a child of the eighties, well really a teenager, but anyway, my freshman year of college (1987) all I wanted was a Macintosh Plus. It was THE computer to have. For me. Everyone else was drooling over 8088's but I was drooling over the Mac. That's what I wanted. I never did get it, (until last year that is) but the seed was planted.

    I went on to own 286, 386, 486 , pentium, k62, and pentium III machines. I loved that I could build a machine myself and decide what went into it. I've built every machine I have used since 1998 (before that I just bought 'em). Despite the freedom I've grown tired of it. There is nothing worse than spending 600-1000 on a new setup only to have something not work with something else. Be it video drivers, or a nic. etc. I began looking and drooling over macs again when the iMac came out. Amelio's beige boxes did absolutely nothing for me. But when Steve came back, WOAH!

    I was thrilled when windows xp came out. I beta tested windows Me and watched it go from super stable to a high overhead crash-prone mess. Beta testing XP I thought that MS had finally gotten it right. But I quickly realized they hadn't. The windows registry is the weakest link on my system. It becomes increasingly unstable over time (just like windows 9x) and eventually brings the whole system down. To fix it, I've got to reformat and start over. I have learned to partition my drive so everything that I wouldn't want to lose is in it's own partition away from the OS. With OS X, that practice is a thing of the past.

    I have also tried linux and liked it, though I found the learning curve very daunting. (the feeling of accomplishment when all was up and running was great, though--anyone remember trying to get your soundblaster to work?? Make?, bash?....whew) When I first read about OS X it got my attention. I watched the quicktime videos of the dock and minimizing a window etc. Then I used it. Finally somebody really had gotten it right. And not for the eye candy. You can be incredibly productive with just the GUI or you can fully exploit the command line. It's as powerful as you wish it to be.

    Because I have gone back to school to become a programmer, I will keep my pc around for the occasional time when I can't get virtual pc to run a program on my Mac or when running a program is just too slow. But that's the only reason. I gladly left the windows world and I haven't looked back. I'm glad to finally be where I should have been all those years ago.


    Nov 11, 02:05 AM
    Hahah entertaining. That stinks that Justin Long is done though. He was a good fit for these ads.

    Jun 22, 09:18 AM
    Wow � sounds like USB 1.0 speeds. Here comes the past!That's guaranteed write speed. Peek speeds are higher, much higher.

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