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  • Muscle Master
    Jan 12, 05:31 PM
    I wonder how many people cross-shop the 300C and the Passat...two very different cars.

    In tha quality department .. VW is Garbage!!! Chrysler has a better rating then they do.. I would have choose the 300C myself and the 2011's are nice

    I won't knock the TDI though.. it's impressive but I don't like wrong wheel drive





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  • danielwsmithee
    Nov 29, 01:03 PM
    Yeah, I don't care one way or the other. At my parents' house, five iPods are fed from a single computer. But only one of these is even capable of playing video. And how often are people watching full-length movies on iPods? Other than maybe traveling, they'll watch on the iTV or on the computer itself.

    On the other hand, it would add an unnecessary complication to things.Could this be more of an issue with the impending introduction of iTV. I could just see a college dorm where one guys iTunes movies could be played simultaneously on hundreds of iTVs Maybe a long shot.





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  • zen.state
    Apr 4, 10:59 AM
    Have you called Other World Computing to ask them if they will both work together?

    If they will, I would start checking power supply lead voltages, you could be experiencing a power supply failure causing an undervoltage occurrence to the cards, thus causing a kernel panic.

    He didn't buy them from OWC and they also don't support the card near as well as the manufacturer even if he did buy it there.

    A few hard drives with stock video is never going to be too much power for a 400 watt PSU. Even with the full 6 drives he wants to use thats only maybe 75-90 watts. The dual 867 card would use maybe 55 watts tops. All thats left is the stock geforce 4 MX, optical drive and the system fans which wouldn't add up to anymore than maybe 120 watts. 90+55+120=265 watts. Because there were more powerful video upgrades out at the time of the MDD they allowed an extra 150 watts or so for power hungry cards. ie. 9800 pro and Geforce 7800.





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  • iMeowbot
    Aug 16, 03:09 AM
    If you pretend it's caramel and chocolate chips you'll like it better.



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  • easy4lif
    Apr 30, 08:41 PM
    iTools

    .Mac

    MobileMe

    iCloud


    coming with mac os x Sabertooth tiger





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  • walnuts
    Mar 25, 10:51 AM
    Yeah- this looks to be a bummer for us folks with iOS devices. Apple will have to devote a bunch of resources just to bring their own maps implementation to be as good as google's, the better version on android not withstanding. As someone else pointed out, apple will still need to get maps from somewhere, no matter how good their implementation.



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  • iNewbie
    Oct 2, 08:10 AM
    God I hate Notes- it's an operating system on top of an operating system. It's databases are just a step up from Access and to be honest - it's a pig.

    I've been forced to use the piece a crap for over 5 years (I'm a consultant) and it had brought me great pleasure to help large scale enterprises move away from this overstuffed piece of crap.

    Is Exchange any better - yes and no - in general they both are crappy. The biggest advantage of Notes is that their CALs (licenses) are so cheep compared to Exchange/Outlook.

    When I start looking for a new job - the first question I'll ask is which Universal Messaging Platform have you deployed in your Enterprise? If they answer "Notes" I'll know the following about their organziation:

    1. They care more about the dollar than about usability and employee satisfaction
    2. The VP of IT is probably sleeping with the IBM rep
    3. The business only uses it because they don't know any better (they've been there too long and have never used anything other than Notes and AOL).
    4. They think that Notes databases are cool and hip and truly believe Access is an enterprise level database
    5. And finally, they are so damn stupid they probably have Lotus 123 and Word Perfect as their "Office Suite"

    "Save me lord from these fools"

    You seem to be contradicting yourself here... You say you hate notes.. But suggest it's "equally" as crappy as Exchange.. Then you admit that the CAL's are actually cheaper then Exchange... From your reasoning it would seem that makes notes better by itself. Your listed items are meaningless so I won't address them..

    Some advantages to Notes....

    the server runs on many platforms (Windows, Linux. iSeries, etc...)
    The client runs on many platforms (windows, linux, mac) or you can just use a browser...
    REPLICATION... Say it again. REPLICATION.. What does this mean? You can replicate a database to other servers or desktops/laptops. That's really nice to have if something happens to your hardware... It's not clustering - Notes has that too... So the same database can be on many servers if need be or you can take it locally and work with it off-line.. I don't know a microsoft technology that would let someone take a CRM application on the road.. make updates to the data while off line and put it back on the server later.. And it doesn't matter if it's one person or 100 people doing this. Maybe Sharepoint can kinda do this now - I truly don't know - But notes has been doing this for over 15 years... Not bad..

    That's just a couple advantages..

    Oh one more thing...;)

    It's nice getting new versions of the server on a regular basis that actually improve performance on existing hardware. What's Microsoft do? force Exchange users to 64 bit servers....

    It takes us longer to download a server update then it does to install it.





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  • MistaBungle
    Oct 5, 11:40 PM
    I wouldn't be surprised to see Leopard ship at Macworld, to beat Vista to the stores and undercut them once more. Will Jobs do it?



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  • JAT
    Apr 29, 12:50 PM
    Quality over Quantity. I'm sure Ford outsells BMW, but BMW is obviously the better choice.

    Can we go with Lexus, instead? Thanks!





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  • Kingsly
    Oct 21, 07:57 PM
    http://att.macrumors.com/contest/BD81A2.mov



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  • AndrewR23
    Mar 8, 05:53 PM
    Just wondering, does anyone play online??? If you do, whats your VR??

    Your character you always use along with bike/kart too.





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  • creator2456
    Apr 4, 07:36 AM
    I finally took the time to somewhat clean my desktop in order to take this screenshot. Still way too many folders for how I like, but I consolidated nearly 60% and got them in a single column!

    Left-field upper deck of Wrigley Field from right-center. Obviously edited. Pretty sure I have posted it before at some point, but it's baseball season again.



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  • DoNoHarm
    May 3, 03:52 AM
    What's in it for me? Seriously, the owner of Macrumors makes $100K plus off this site (so much that he quit his job AS A DOCTOR.) Why should I give blood just to glorify the name of his website & make him richer?

    What's in it for me?

    Soooo.... He should shut down this site and go back to being a doctor? Would THAT make you comfortable to donate blood? Does quitting his job make him ineligible to do further public health work?

    I'm having difficulty understanding your logic, unless.... You're jealous of him. That fits perfectly.





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  • cmvsm
    Apr 28, 07:31 PM
    Apple should really diversify their suppliers anyway, which is what they look like they are doing. Cut Samsung supply by 50%, and threaten all of it if they don't get their act together. Surely Samsung doesn't think that that they can bring in this kind of revenue on their own merit. Outside of LCD televisions, Samsung has an image problem, and even that has only improved in the last few years.



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  • NCW
    Aug 1, 03:59 PM
    Geektool is a common one.

    you can apply themes with geektool? I did not know this, ive never done much with it before, just a few scripts for weather and stuff





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  • coffeeisgood
    Feb 16, 02:48 AM
    This months wallpaper :)



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  • gnasher729
    Mar 25, 07:47 PM
    Is this well-veiled sarcasm? If not, you guys are ridiculous.

    1) Google does not own the mapping database they use
    2) Even if they did, there are multiple geographic/mapping data providers
    3) None of them obtained their data by having employees drive around in vehicles... That's an absurd suggestion

    http://www.pocketgpsworld.com/making-navteq-maps-a1038.php





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  • bboucher790
    Apr 25, 12:48 AM
    Once you go white, you never go back.





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  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Sep 22, 02:43 PM
    Like this (http://www.datapro.net/products/USB-SCSI.html)?

    Edit: Ok, so it's $79 and not $50... :o





    gorgeousninja
    Apr 25, 07:12 AM
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    White iPhone ... The hot new accessory for females this summer.


    most ignorant statement ever.

    Possibly one of the most exaggerated responses to a post...ever....





    skylrr5
    Oct 6, 04:28 PM
    http://cl.ly/91b6aabf4501b2bf8bd6/content

    mine for the month so far, just a wallpaper change.:)

    do you have the link to that? i like it =D





    jessica.
    Mar 27, 03:15 PM
    Ah armchair lawyers ... I thought something like this came up a long time ago but I couldn't find it through a search. Regardless, the auction clearly intended to deceive a buyer and for that alone, PP would side with the winning bidder.





    kustardking
    Mar 22, 10:32 PM
    That was the point of my initial posts, hindsight is 20:20, and learning off others experience/failures can be a good thing.



    Considering it was one of the largest web advertising companies in the Southern Hemisphere, hardly a player you'd expect to take a fall and be out of business within 6months of contracting there.... It had massive backing, a large list of clients, and employed well over 750 staff in Australia alone.

    Then the only thing to learn from this story, like I wrote, is be ready to explain yourself.


    Though I understand where you're coming from, you also have to credit the fact there's an expectation of newbies to take every single job coming just because it pays rather than taking a strategic look instead of the day-to-day tactical vision.
    Yes, that expectation is correct, and this is because early on one can't be anything BUT tactical. Your AUS story verifies that you should take a portion of payment up front, regardless, and stand tall for decisions you make. Period.

    The kind of learning you are suggesting the OP acquire through reading and osmosis is, in fact, only attainable through direct experience. Rather, "newbies" should, instead of prematurely declining jobs on principle, take real steps to reduce the negative impact of numerous INEVITABLE failures through a few basic must-dos when taking on a job. 1) Get up front money, especially from an ostensibly capable client, 2) pay your own bills, 3) do two things at the same time if you're truly worried about "holes" in your CV, 4) don't worry about holes in your CV (see #3), because you need to learn how to EXPLAIN your failures, 5) do some real design.





    laurim
    Nov 19, 12:05 PM
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    It goes to show you that they can still make a profit with $100 off. I guess the price gouging by Apple continues.

    That's not necessarily true. Stores routinely sell items at a loss to draw people into the store to buy other things. Those kinds of items are called "Loss Leaders". Soft drinks are another example of a typical loss leader for grocery stores.

    Unauthorized selling of premium products is called "diversion" in the industry. Many of my clients make premium hair products that are supposed to only be sold in high-end salons that have a special relationship with that producer. Companies like Aveda and Sebastian don't want to see their products in, say, Target because it cheapens their image and weakens the cache salons have to exclusively offer those products and educate the client on how to use the product. Often, the products in retail stores are old versions, rejects and downright fake copies of the real thing and when people aren't happy with the product, it casts a bad light on the brand. Companies spend a lot of time and money tracking down the people who are making back alley deals to the retail stores and cutting off their supplies.



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