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  • Eraserhead
    Jun 11, 07:15 AM
    Most of the Mac Guides help articles are now in a category called Mac Guides which is a subcategory of (maybe it should be a root category, I'm not sure)

    The following needs adding to that but I can't as I'm not a mod:

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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 24, 03:08 AM
    This is for the 13" model as its the one I'm interested in:

    1. Thunderbolt.

    2. Backlit keyboard!

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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?


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  • Steve Jobless
    Oct 9, 10:12 PM
    As ITR 81 already mentioned, they are already often selling at below their cost to attract customers. They don't have any room to go lower unless the studios drop their prices.

    thats true and I agree, however best buy often offers much lower prices, which attracts me to them, hell I'm a loyal customer regardless of how crappy of a company it may be.


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  • Dave Braine
    Apr 30, 03:34 PM
    No matter what the quality/resolution of the source video, a dvd will not match it:

    Don't know about you audio problem, I suggest you just go through your project and reset the volume levels.

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  • appleguy
    Jan 6, 08:00 PM
    something I noticed its also gone through my address book and linked people to facebook accounts I dont have as friends (on facebook)
    some of them are way wrong ie some I know they dont have facebook but its added someone with the same name


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  • Clive At Five
    Dec 2, 10:00 AM
    I'll take my own definition over Apple's or yours. Seriously, the phone is damn good looking, but you'll take Apple's opinion over your on?

    Lol, touch�. Burn those fanboys!

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  • Waybo
    Mar 4, 10:27 PM
    I saw some of the difficulties in cropping this, and wondered if an oval crop would help. Once I started playing with it, then I started really seeing the ovals/circles: chips, cups, table, his hat, her glasses, tomatoes. And I saw the rectangles: floor tiles, trays, paper dishes. More contrasts! After experimenting with the oval crop, it felt right to put this within a rectangle frame --another contrast, and it makes me feel more like I'm sneaking a peek at this couple, as Keleko did when shooting this pict.

    What do you think?

    (Keleko: I saw some of your other flickr photos from this day. Some good candidates for the Surrealism contest!)

    I'll say this much: the challenges and the weekly contests are making me think about ... and see ... things differently!!! Thank you, all! (I think! Photos I loved a few weeks ago now look like garbage!)



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  • carbonmotion
    Apr 11, 06:30 PM
    I have an Omega Speedmaster Professional as a gift from my former employer. It has a steel band. Is there anyway to replace with with a faux leather bad. I don't think I can afford the genuine Omega band at this point in my life and the Steel bites my wrist. Also, how would I install such a thing?

    I want a band that looks something like this. Reference photo.

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  • Telomar
    Sep 14, 12:08 AM
    Just a few details. I can verify the subject of the post is genuine and as far I recall it has been pretty well talked about by Intel and planned for some time. It certainly hasn't been kept secret.

    I would however be a touch surprised if it is called the PV. It really is very much an evolution of the PIV and nothing new.

    The 1MB Level 2 cache is expected it roughly doubles every fabrication generation improvement at the moment. AMD has already planned the same for the Hammer series. The faster FSB is also nothing new or surprising.

    The current PIV has ~55 million transistors though and a rough doubling over a fabrication generational change isn't unexpected.

    Really there's nothing new there that Intel hasn't had roadmapped since early 2002 and before.

    On the Apple side I have said this before and I will say it again. The G4 core has life. Improvements can be made to easily lift its performance substantially and there are things worth note coming :) Whether they will arrive on time is another matter and whether they will satisfy everybody I can't say but given people are rarely pleased I'd say probably not :p


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  • MacTheSpoon
    Apr 16, 04:42 PM
    What the hell, how bizarre. This app store stuff is ridiculous. Either allow satire or don't, and say so in your rules.

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  • hcho3
    Apr 21, 02:01 PM
    So, it's most likely they are going do these things.

    1. One device that will work on both VZ and AT&T network
    2. 32GB and 64G storage.
    3. 1080P recording with 8 megapixel camera
    4. A5 chip
    5. Maybe higher ram or maybe not.
    6. Throw in something new... like better gyroscope or something to just make iPhone 4 outdated, but nothing major.

    This is BS. It's not good enough, apple.


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  • Pachang
    Apr 10, 08:43 PM
    But it isn't all. The guy in the link is talking about raising revenue only, and since I can't find his post critiqued elsewhere (though it's quoted elsewhere), I don't know how accurate his numbers are. In any case, he doesn't seem to be including any cuts to the budget, which is ridiculous. Nor does he account for the fact that the recession has produced an ebb in tax revenues which will recede as jobs come back. It's a pretty one-dimensional argument.

    That's true but I can't understand how anyone can be looking at this years budget deficit on top of the entire 14trillion+ deficit and not saying America needs huge (in the trillions) cuts and now. If his numbers are even close to right then there is just no way the US can conceivably pay off even this years deficit. What if the recovery doesn't happen fast enough or at all? The united states goes bankrupt.

    IMO there is no recovery happening just fluctuations in statistics. The structural problems in the US are worse than they were in 07-08 and they are getting worse.

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  • Eraserhead
    Apr 9, 04:00 AM
    Source for the quote?


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  • oTaRu
    Oct 6, 10:46 AM
    4" to 4.5" retina display is most welcome! :D

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  • G5Unit
    Apr 4, 07:46 PM
    Kinda late but I like pages!


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  • tveric
    Sep 26, 10:43 PM
    What you forget is that many Apple users will turn on Apple without proof at the slightest hint of anything to object to, however trivial :)

    So much for being mindless Apple-praising "sheep" and "zealots" :D

    You're pretty close to nailing it there - in truth, they're still sheep and zealots, terms that imply a lack of ability to think for oneself and an over-the-top reaction when someone else makes up, or changes, their mind for them. It's the same morons, they just rush to extremes no matter what.

    As for the pod thing - true, Apple doesn't own the word "pod", but it's perfectly reasonable to protect your iPod trademark so that someone else doesn't start making mp3 players called a MePod or something. I can't see how anyone can fault Apple for that. Trademark is not at all like copyright - if you don't actively protect your TM through the legal process, someone later CAN theoretically market their MePod and claim in court that since Apple didn't protect their trademark in a similar case, they can call their player a MePod, and perhaps even trademark THAT.

    It's a jacked-up system, but you gotta play by the rules, I guess, if you want your product name protected.

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  • gloryunited
    Apr 28, 11:26 AM
    I am very happy with my 13.3" MBA with 2 USB ports. But I have to admit, I am envious of the potential experience with the lightning fast Thunderbolt I/O in the latest MBP.

    I started without Backlit Keyboard, and I am cool with that (although not as much elegant-looking, it saves unnecessary battery power).

    And yes, I'd like to see a microfibre cloth included in the box! It's just too cheap yet important for any MBA users!

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  • bwaltens
    Mar 11, 01:53 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

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    dot com
    Jan 6, 03:33 PM
    Go to the iphone settings and scroll down to the bottom and find the facebook tab. Select that, and then "Push notifications".


    Oct 16, 07:09 PM
    Of course it's due soon....

    .... my Sony Ericsson P990i arrives Thursday so Apple are bound to come out with an iPhone now I've bought a new phone.

    Apr 5, 11:01 AM
    +1 for finally updating the capacities

    -10 for capacitive buttons

    May 26, 03:53 PM
    Originally posted by wsteineker
    Ok, here's a nightmare for you just to illustrate the kind of headaches we're talking about. First, let me start by saying that I upgraded my Cube from OS 9.2.2 to OS X 10.1 all the way through 10.2.4 with no problems, and that I recently installed a Pioneer A05 DVD-R/RW in my Quicksilver tower without so much as a hiccup. So on to my Windows XP hell...

    wow. that sounds pretty bad. but i 'think' your experience is isolated, or at least represents only a small portion of XP users, proper XP users.

    let me tell you my story with M$ to give you the idea why i'm quite appreciative of XP.
    i started with 3.1, on to 95, 98, 2000, ME (what were they smoking), etc... i've been living on computers all my life and folowed M$'s development (or lack of - for that matter).
    my nightmares was very evident on 98. nothing worked and i had to do everything manually. good thing i was quite patient and know what i'm doing. but after 2 years of W98-SE on a P3 750, 40GB hdd and 512MB ram and 32MB Riva TNT2 (i'm always a step behind, i'm not made of money.. :p), it's staring to go bad, like a plate of food that slowly rots away. at the end, my computing experience with 98 is as follows: 1 out of 5 boot tries will succeed (not just stuck on the startup screen). 1 out of 5 of those succesfull boot ups wil allow me to use the computer, instead of crashing as soon as i move the mouse, which brings me back to trying to get the computer to start for me.

    i was sick of it and my friend easily talked me into installing XP after i persisted not to for over 3 months since release. i did a clean install after backing up my data and it worked like a charm. it's been two years now and my computer's been doing great, i only have to restart it every month or so, sometimes i can go two months without restarting. but the past couple of months, as the plate's rotting away, i have to restart every 3 days or so. to avoid a system crash. thankfully, it's just a freeze-up and no data is lost during these periodic crashes (knock on wood). other than the 3 day crash thing, it's never given me problems. so i'm quite satisfied. my appreciation might have come from using a better OS after the 98 hell, but i think XP is in itself a good OS, not the best, but good enough. for now at least. :) ;)

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