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  • Steradian
    May 6, 12:33 AM
    There is a great sense of community with us Mac users, something that I love. I LOVE my mac, I use windoze all the just dosen't work for me...I am a curse to PC's...I cause Blue Screen's of Death whereever I roam. When I do my Programing for Comp Sci @ my HS, I have to do a restart at least 4 times a week OY! But do understand that it is running Win95...So I can't blame the comp too much...I take all sorts of crap everyday from my PC using friends, who all bash apple. Reason? none...Yeah...

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  • imacintel
    Nov 14, 08:47 AM
    C'mon...Air Canada? Anybody?

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  • NewGenAdam
    Apr 12, 02:46 PM
    So, how do you define "racism in practice"?

    Is taking the seat next to a white over an asian racist?

    How about going to a black cashier instead of a white one?

    Hah. I like this question because it's hard. I fear my idealism can't stand up to it...

    In principle I believe that nobody should act differently towards another because of their race. That would be racist discrimination, in theory. It would be racist to choose to sit next to an asian person instead of a white person (irrespective of your motives: either as a white-hater or as a rice-chaser).

    But this would be impossible to criminalise. It would be highly impractical and frankly, whilst I disapprove of such actions, I cannot imagine a legal framework effectively punishing them. It would be utterly totalitarian.

    But at the other extreme, I'm sure we all agree it is entirely unacceptable to deny somebody a job, say, because of their ethnicity. This would be ultimately harming them for it; and when we harm others by practising our opinions against them, we breach a fundamental tenet of Western society.

    The difficulty, as always, comes in deciding on the threshold of what we tolerate, as a society. To answer that question I suppose we need to ask a few others. What constitutes harm to another? How practically can we judge when harm has been done? How easily can we punish offenders?

    I don't suppose that's really an answer. Sorry.

    I don't like the idea of living in a world where good outcomes are enforced.

    My wife's car was hit in her work's parking garage not too long ago... and the woman who hit her put a note on the car. I felt really good about this, considering how many times I've been hit-and-run in the past. Until I noticed the big security camera pointed right at the space.

    I didn't feel good anymore. I don't know if the woman left the note because she's a good person who did the right thing, or if she did it because she thought she might have been caught on camera.

    I want to see racist people being racist and good people not being racist. I want to know where the line is. I don't want an overbearing nanny government forcing everyone to play nice.

    I entirely agree that genuine kindness and tolerance is far superior to its artificial counterpart. When something is fake, it's about as rewarding as making the bully apologise by everyone ganging up on him and twisting his arm. It may seem nice but its insincerity undermines its value. I guess you'd like Kant, whose categorical imperative roughly says that the moral worth of an action lies in its intent.

    But whilst utopia would be kind people acting with tolerance out of the goodness of their hearts, we don't really see this. In fact, people often harm others. This isn't great. Neither is it great to force people into acting in the interests of other people. But frankly I believe it is better to protect the vulnerable from harm than to allow the abusers their freedom. Even if that means a 'nanny state'. I'm not saying we should decapitate one who insults another. I merely believe in the principle of enforcing people not to harm others by their actions. Neither with intent nor carelessness.

    That's my idealism. Don't ask me to qualify 'harm' or propose appropriate laws against it because that would be tough...

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  • CaoCao
    Apr 9, 08:37 PM
    Who doesn't know this Cao Cao?
    The point of PP seems to be to get rid of the consequences
    More importantly, how is it relevant to the discussion at hand?

    Or is he lamenting the consequences of losing Planned Parenthood and the services they provide?
    PP offers a too easy fix to people's indiscretion


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  • trip1ex
    May 2, 03:12 PM
    Hell has frozen over or someone has jumped the sharked.

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  • yenko
    Sep 17, 02:19 AM
    So I come to you this eve, asking advice to this extent:

    How would one go about dating an Apple employee??

    (of a local Apple store....not Apple corporate, perhaps it doesn't matter, I don't know)

    Did you try asking! :D


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  • rasmasyean
    May 2, 07:46 PM
    Gives us a nice goal to get out of Afghanistan have finished. We got him and destroyed his network ability to launch large attacks. And hopefully but Afghanistan into a position where the moderates will be in control.

    Were we ever going to stop terrorism with guns? No, but thats a long term battle we need to be fighting. And its one that starts with leaving Iraq and Afghanistan.

    I don't think so. If we wanted to "get out of Afghanistan" we coulda done it a long time ago. Iraqi's killed more coalition, killed more assets, and at a much faster rate than the rag tag Taliban...because Iraqis were smart at least. Although we have Iraq practically in a position like Saudi Arabia as a "future oil reserve", we still need to take care of Iran. Don't be surprise if "nuke factories" and "Iranian weapons in Taliban caches" come up once again. ;)

    If I recall, you said the timing of the burial was very fast.

    I should ask, how long does DNA testing take? I was told in February that it takes between 2-5 days.

    Yeah, the burial was fast and irreversible because they don't want to give someone a frozen body they had for years. :p I'm not convinced they "just killed him". I think at this point OBL's "martyrdom" is long past significance and they are just setting up to put "Al Queda" on a lower hit list and target other "terrorist" like those in Iran. Of course we need to prevent other "Bin Laden"s for the future! What a better organization to rely on than those who killed #1 terrorist! a mansion in the open after 10 years. :p

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  • rtheb
    Apr 30, 12:53 PM
    Apple is not going to miss the opportunity to package and sell 10.7 on a DVD.

    It is just too profitably and everyone enjoys unpacking new products with slick graphics on the box.


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  • rjlawrencejr
    Mar 24, 06:58 PM
    Funny thing, my wife and I were discussing first gen iPad earlier this morning. I told her how Apple had the 16gb refurbished for $349 but that they were sold out. Fast forward four hours or so and I see this story on MacRumors. We both agreed we should jump on this deal. I immediately began calling a few stores in the LA area. Lucky for me, the rep says he has a couple 16gb models remaining. I tell the rep I'll be there within the hour and I hop in the car and drive the 20 miles to the store. Imagine how I felt when he tells me they're all out and that they put 32gb models where 16gb should be. I was livid, but I held my composure and called another store about 10 miles away. I told them my story and insisted they hold it with my name.

    When the rep at the second store came out with the box, the first thing he tells me is, "You want a 64gb, right?" I could feel my pulse rising. And then he said, "Just kidding." All I could do was smile, because he got me good and because I just saved 40% off an iPad and didn't even have to use GEICO.

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Jun 17, 08:08 PM
    The older models aren't being produced anymore.
    Understood, but there is no "Pro" version of this new one, so I'm not sure where you were going with that.


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  • Applespider
    Oct 17, 05:06 PM
    (that's a "maybe" :D)

    But then we can all go to the pub :D

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  • coolant113
    Jun 7, 03:29 PM
    I am getting rid of my iphone 8gb... i am selling it for 275.00... i will Jailbreak it and Unlock it if you want me to... I will Post pics tonight....I WILL SELL INTERNATIONALY I am trying to sell on here before i sell it on ebay.. thanks.. PM Me it has a slight dent in the bottom antenna cover you can hardly realize it. You can buy a new one online:apple::apple:

    I have dropped the price by 175 dollars any takers??


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    Apr 19, 11:29 AM
    Also, oopsie hardware releases aside, how would a "supposedly" early software build of iOS5 end up in the prototype phone of some guy in South East Asia? Hardware production is outsourced to Asia, yes, but software would be held pretty damn closely. Maybe I'm wrong?

    BS- IMHO this is a shamster.
    (Bold added for reference.)

    Read the article title again genius. :rolleyes:

    ... or actually RTFA. (second to last paragraph).

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  • SactoGuy18
    Apr 29, 07:21 AM
    This is a TERRIBLE idea for the following reasons:

    1. You would need to have ever car fitted with the equivalent of an electronic toll collection system so we have can verified computation of miles traveled. Talk about serious privacy implications, to say the least.

    2. The cost of implementing such a system would be exorbitantly expensive.

    In my opinion, if you want to cut down on fuel consumption, just impose an excise tax based on engine displacement and physical size of vehicle like they do in Europe and Japan. That way, it would discourage people from buying bigger fuel-guzzling vehicles in the first place. I mean, would you buy a BMW 750iL if you're going to be hit with a 20% excise tax on top of the price of the car?


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  • Jesus
    Nov 21, 05:13 PM
    This tech, as it has been said before is nothing new, I remember reading a very inforative article in New Scientist about making the ultimate heat ---> energy chip, and there is an alloy that when heated on one side it creates a strong electric current. I think they planned on putting them in cars, by the engine to power electronics in the car. What is new is the idea of putting it by a computers cpu.

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  • phishymike
    Apr 24, 09:28 PM
    I just bought a Presonus FireBox, but I'm having some problems with it.

    I'm on a 2007 MacBook Pro, osx 10.5.8

    I plug the unit into the wall, it powers up just fine, red light. I then plug the firewire cable from the Firebox into the FW 400 input on my mac. The light on the firebox goes blue, as though the connection has been established, but the computer doesn't recognize it. I've tried the PRAM/NVRAM reset and SMC reset to no avail.

    Under system profiler>hardware, while the FireBox is plugged in, it says,

    FireWire Bus:


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  • libertyforall
    Nov 5, 10:42 PM
    No spy chips, thank you.

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  • URFloorMatt
    Apr 19, 10:11 AM
    Wouldn't it be lovely if the new iPhones ship with 32 gb (as the base phone) and 64 gb (as the higher capacity phone)?

    One could hope...
    :DI fully expect this. With a bump for the $99 iPhone to 16 GB. There's no reason not to do this. In fact, I think it was more or less confirmed that the only reason the iPhone 4 wasn't 64 GB had to do with some kind of patent issue or supply constraints due to anticompetitive practices (I forget exactly), which made the chips too scarce for production.

    As for the Expose prototype, I agree with others. I think they dumped this multitasking interface because using the App icon made more sense given screen space limitations.

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  • Mowgli21
    Apr 24, 08:20 AM
    Hi Guys

    I have got a netgear readynas duo with my itunes media folder and library files on. When i open itunes it all connects fine. But when i restart the mac and open itunes it says it cant find the library folder and i have to browse to it using the "choose library" option.

    I know this probably means that the nas hasn't mounted but when i go into finder before opening itunes and click on the nas under "shared" it slowly logs in and then shows me all the files.

    Is there anything i am missing or anyone else got experience setting this up with a readynas?


    Jun 14, 10:26 PM
    The reason the wii worked is becasue all games support the controller

    having only a few doens not justify kinetic for me

    Apr 6, 01:19 PM
    Might as well spend some of that bloated budget on something good.

    Ever served in the Military?

    Richard Flynn
    Sep 20, 06:45 AM
    OK, following on from my previous message... My 'issue' got 'escalated' and I spoke to someone higher up the AppleCare pecking order (a Frenchman). He said that there might be a problem with this firmware update and my machine's specs [my speculation - the brand of SuperDrive (Sony DW-D150A)? my processor (dual 3GHz)?]. He 'felt sure that I wouldn't be the only person worldwide having this problem' (didn't tell him about this thread or a similar one on Apple's own forums), and will get back to me within 48 hours having spoken to Apple Engineering to see if his theory holds true. Time will tell!

    Sep 1, 03:03 AM
    Update away. Those of you running illegal copies of the WWDC (torrent) will be happy to know that your IP and other system/contact info is automatically logged and forwarded to Apple Legal by the Leopard Software Update. :eek:

    "Enjoyed the preview? Good. We'll be contacting you soon..."

    Sep 9, 09:17 AM
    I've driven through Valle Crucis ( a couple times, but never stayed. It's a gorgeous, isolated N.C. mountain town. May be farther than you're willing to drive, though--I'd guess about 8 hours from Maryland.

    Tha looks tempting, WM.

    I'm also thinking of packing up my dusty collection of new, but long-unused fly rods and heading to Pennsylvania for some trout.

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