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  • iGary
    Sep 13, 09:13 AM
    Lucky you! :)

    Wish i'd had a sailor pick me up and put me to bed when i was having surgery :D As i was a horny teenager at the time this would have been a dream come true waking up to a sexy sailor. Actually given those hospital gowns that may not have been such a good idea :D

    Also, agreed with jsw. Take the fasting restrictions very seriously

    He's a super-nice kid. And yes, he is super-hot, but I can't lead on that I think that. ;) He knows I am gay (see most embarrasing moments thread), but he would definitely not like me hitting on him.

    That said, yes, I don't mind him coming to pick me up.

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  • sehix
    Sep 27, 01:36 PM
    They Can Aways Resort To, Etc.

    Nah, if they need to go past 10.7.9, they can go for 10.7.10, 10.7.11 .. 10.7.93 or whatever.

    The numbering scheme just looks like it's base 10. It ain't.

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  • Stella
    Mar 28, 11:43 AM
    So Lion won't debut on WWDC? Just preview? :confused:


    No OSX has ever been released at a WWDC - only announced / previewed.

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  • woodsey
    Sep 6, 08:00 AM
    When scrounging through old files on my mac, i stumbled across this strange movie. it is an advertisement for internship at apple, which i downloaded sometime last year.

    Anyway, within this 1.21 min video, there is a few seconds which really stood out. it appears to show the mac os on login, with all the icons and windows falling into place. surely this has something to do with the testing, or development of quartz extreme!

    ive placed a small movie showing exactly what im talking about on my home page

    Anyone know what this could be? is it just a rendered movie, or is it the mac os in action?


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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 15, 08:36 AM
    still cheaper than a lot of the competition. before we went to sql 2005 we looked at Oracle. by the time you bought the add on packs it was almost $1 million for our installation. SQL was 1/4 that.

    AD might be a bit expensive but the AD forests people created in Windows 2000 can be upgraded every version with minimal issues and it works out of the box. with other products you first have to spend months creating your schema, pray it doesn't break when used with other products and upgrading can be a big PITA. AD is the apple of corporate IT. you don't need a team of geeks toiling away for months to code a ldap schema, it just works out of the box

    1. You aren't looking very hard if your choices became MSSQL vs OracleDB.

    2. If you spend months creating your LDAP or even AD schema/map, you need to go back to your clients/customer/contractee/er and do some proper planning.

    3. AD was quickly dumped by the likes of Wall Street and Cox Industries. AD is a solution, not the Apple of Corporate IT.

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  • chagla
    May 2, 08:48 AM
    yes, only isheeps would pay $300 for a cover!!!

    they deserve it.


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  • Patrick946
    Mar 8, 12:03 PM
    I have my iPhoto library backed up to an external hard drive, but I was thinking of uploading the whole thing online as well for added insurance. I was going to use Flickr because I already have an account there, but is there anywhere that's better? Are there any limits to how many pictures I can upload or how I can use them afterward?

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  • sebastianlewis
    May 15, 02:30 PM
    I do still prefer my titles as they are more user-friendly and product centric rather than type centric. For example with your way is that iPod Touch software would be in a different place from iPod Touch hardware. But your layout does have the advantage of less options to click on and it is still a lot better than the existing layout.

    The point was to be type-centric rather than product centric because it can be used as a net for all future products as well, while with your proposal, we might need to be adding or removing categories depending on how Apple changes their product lineup, and this way, we can cover the individual pieces of each product, so for example, the iPod touch software is essentially the same as the iPhone software minus the drivers for a few other pieces of hardware and minus a couple of phone specific applications. So if Apple were to create ANOTHER product that used the same software, we can just add the differences between the software to the "iPhone OS" page. The iPod touch as a subset of the iPhone shouldn't even have it's own page, but instead should be mentioned in the main iPhone article in it's own section and we can set the iPod touch page to automatically redirect to that section.

    I don't believe that either nail it on the head. While they're both a vast improvement, the proposals still need a little work in my view.

    While I don't have anything to lay on the table right now, I'll come back and post when I've had thinkies.

    Hmm, well I think mine was simple and to the point, but I look forward to your proposal as well, but if you're looking for ideas here's a brief outline of why I proposed a type specific approach:

    1. Minimize Confusion by minimizing categories and subcategories.
    2. Minimize clicks by minimizing categories and subcategories
    3. Maximize the usefulness of the Macrumors Guides to everybody, not just the average user, and not just Macrumors users (it would still drive traffic to Macrumors though).
    4. It would cover a network of related technologies and not just Apple's products and services helping new users get the most out of their new hardware purchase (as I understand it, many new Mac users and maybe iPhone users now also end up on Macrumors looking for help, advice, and to join the Mac User community).
    5. Also serve as a reference for older and experienced users.



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  • dornoforpyros
    Oct 26, 11:40 PM
    ummm so can some one explain to me just what in the **** adobe is trying to accomplish?

    Let's review.
    1) Apple announces intel switch, Adobe is there with smiles raving "It's about time!"
    2) Apple releases intel based MBP and iMac, shortly after Adobe releases Universal FAQs sheet saying that professionals will have to wait till CS3 for a universal binary.
    3) Adobe starts cutting out PPC support, but has yet to offer any Intel Support.

    Am I the only one a little confused by their actions? So what? neither chip is good enough?

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  • MrSmith
    Mar 28, 10:02 AM
    Maybe they'll announce iPhoto isn't a POS anymore.


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  • mrtune
    Jan 6, 10:55 PM
    I get no sound either, but the badge and popup notifications work perfect!

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  • FlameofAnor
    Mar 24, 06:02 PM
    Just received my 64GB 3G iPad from AT&T online, so I don't feel like I missed out. $529 for the previous top of the line model was to good to pass up.

    I was intending to wait for the iPad 2, but for $29 more than the 16GB Wi-Fi iPad 2, I was able to get the 64GB Wi-Fi + 3G iPad 1. :)


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  • Imbalance
    Oct 26, 09:57 AM
    I think it closes at 4pm, I'm here now and it's still fairly busy. Just being told to leave!


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  • Alex The Nifty
    Nov 3, 01:10 PM
    You could also either link to or copy the information from It has the specs for (as far as I know) all old Apple products, but is seldom updated, so if we put everything here, then we would have a more up-to-date, all-in-one database.


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  • Maximillian
    Mar 28, 07:31 PM
    I'm glad I got my ticket this morning. Holy crap! Less than 12 hours to sell out? That's just insane.

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  • coleg
    Mar 22, 12:04 PM
    49 keys right? try an Alesis Ion Gig Bag. This:

    I have an M-Audio Radium 49. It's a midi-controller keyboard with 49 keys, and it fits in this bag perfectly. The bag is form fit very well and has an extra pouch for adapter and audio cords.

    That was the only one on Ebay I found. But I'm sure you could find one of these bags for under $50 somewhere.

    Good luck.


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  • iPoster
    Sep 13, 07:31 AM
    I'm afraid I'm going to be puking all over the place.

    I'm weird. They are going to cut a 6-inch hole in my back and remove one of my lamina and a disc, and I'm worried about anesthesia.


    I had that same surgery, you should have to stay overnight in the hospital, then leave the next morning. If you react to the general the same way I did, you won't want to leave! I was woozy and sick all day, I couldn't keep anything but ice chips and crackers down until breakfast. When I was in pre-op, they gave me an injection of 'happy juice' to slow down my system before getting the full general in the OR. The 'juice' knocked me out so fast, I don't even remember being wheeled to the OR, next thing I knew I was waking up in Recovery. Recovery was easily the most miserable experience of my life...groggy, confused, feeling sick and weak, I couldn't even speak for several minutes. Didn't last that long, and generals effect different people different ways, so YMMV.

    Not much pain though. If you're having the surgery for the same reason I did, a pinched nerve, your nerve will feel 100% better when you wake up. You will need to be careful with your back until the surgery site begins to heal though. The nurses even had to help me out of bed and to the bathroom as much because of the surgery as recovering from the anesthesia. It is also VERY important to follow what your doctor recommends for recovery. Mine was lots of walking (1 to 1.5 miles at a time every day) followed by specific back exercises once I was recovered enough, about two weeks. That is important because if you don't strengthen your back muscles, you can easily re-injure your spine again.

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  • pubwvj
    Nov 18, 05:55 AM
    So a 17 year old can do it but a gigantic company with $50 billion lying there can't. Seems logical to me. :rolleyes:

    The kid didn't "do it". He is just reselling what was rejected by Apple. Apple has higher standards for the color matching, durability and such. They've rejected the units he's selling because there are problems such that the units don't meet their quality control.

    Lam intends to secure the services of a lawyer to defend himself against any possible action.

    There goes all his profits.

    In the words of the great bard, "First, we kill all the lawyers."

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  • Eduardo1971
    Mar 28, 08:24 AM
    Maybe I'm reading too much into it but it is sad the Mac OS is mentioned after iOS.:(

    Apr 1, 12:03 PM
    I'm always amazed at how much work studios go to to keep people from watching their shows.

    This is the weird reality. TV Networks spend millions and even billions of dollars trying to get as many people to watch their shows for free, and then they also spend a great deal of time and money trying to stop people from watching their tv shows for free.

    Imagine if they spend that energy just trying to properly record viewers for those outlets instead of weirdly begging people to watch their shows for free and then on the other hand demand they don't watch their shows for free.

    Oct 6, 10:51 AM
    Okay, is this rumour stating that Apple will be spitting out new models every month? No.

    It'll be a yearly cycle. iPhone Nano, iPhone Classic, iPhone XL or something.

    Apple offers more than one size of laptop, iMac and iPods. Seems to work well right?

    Computers and phones isn't the same thing. I could see them doing it with the iPad since its a computer but I honestly can't see them doing it with the iPhone. Might they change the size of the screen for the next iPhone? Yes. Will they sell two models with different screen sizes? No.

    Apr 2, 05:28 PM
    I have been using Pages and its not that bad

    I haved used Word for ages and have since been testing out Pages to see out well it works out

    So far I agree that some things need tweaking but apart from that its not bad at all

    Oct 10, 12:10 PM
    For those of you saying that we live in a capitalistic society... not by a long shot. Corporate welfare is MUCH MUCH bigger than any fictional welfare queen in Brooklyn. These companies receive tax cuts, loopholes, exemptions far beyond what a middle class suburban couple has access to.

    What Target and Walmart are doing is actually against some of the monopoly legistation that was passed in the early 20th century. One of the tenets was that a company coulodn't tell another producer who they could sell to, at what price, etc. This prevented a very large company from gaining to much of an advantage over their competitors.

    What Target and Walmart are probably threatening is to just jack up the prices on the DVDs a couple of dollars. This improves their bottom line and reduces the number of impluse buys a consumer makes on a DVD. Or to not put DVD on encaps, in front of the stores next to the checkout. They really do have a myriad of ways of making the studios lose some profit. At tsome point though, the retailers are going to shaft themselves. It really is a game of chicken and the first one to blink, gets the bullet in the head (how's that for mixed metaphors?)

    First, no company pays taxes. YOU pay all their taxes. In a capitalistic society it doesn't matter if they are given tax breaks or increases. It is all passed on to the consumer to achieve the bottom line.

    You cite it yourself in your misunderstanding that Walmart or Target will just jack up their prices to increase their profit. That's what a company does if your increase their corporate taxes. Decrease them and they can better compete.

    Now Walmart and Target jacking up their prices probably wouldn't hurt anyone but Walmart and Target. They may make more per item but obviously they would sell less DVDs. And since they're not in cahoots with each other (THAT would actually be a monopolistic type practice) neither can actually jack the price, because everyone would simply go to Walmart or Target respectively. Or Best Buy, or Curcuit City or whoever. Walmart may be the biggest seller of DVDs, but it they yank them then they won't be. And they won't pull people into their stores to buy stuff they actually make profit on. Another company will glady pickup the slack.

    The reason Walmart and Target are all talk is because they have no hand. None. They're backed into a corner. Thier best bet is to open their own online download biz.

    This stuff is the same year after year. Companies ride their little economic model for years without looking to the future. Then they complain moan and threaten. If they really had options, they would simply implement them.

    Apr 26, 09:16 AM
    And the press keeps enabling this *******.

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