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the dark knight rises 2012

the dark knight rises 2012. The Dark Knight Rises
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  • Teddy's
    Aug 15, 01:31 PM
    Still... meh.
    oh... come on! :mad:




    the dark knight rises 2012. In helming The Dark Knight
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  • trainguy77
    Oct 2, 06:00 PM
    I recently rejoined. I haven't folded for a very long time but my mac pro is folding again during the days. We need to get this team going again. :D




    the dark knight rises 2012. The Dark Knight Rises (2012)
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  • notjustjay
    Apr 26, 02:16 PM
    not everyone wants a dedicated home server that they load everything on and let it run 24 hours a day. We just have a MBA.... i'm not gonna load all my music on there and leave it plugged in 24 hours a day. Just not gonna happen.

    Exactly. It's more than just the $5 for the app and the data cap/bandwidth issues. It is wear and tear on a machine that has to be left on 24/7. It is the hydro cost of running that machine 24/7 instead of turning it off when you go out (this alone may well add up to more than $20/year!) If you don't want your main machine on 24/7 then it is the cost of another Mac mini or NAS or other device to act as the server instead.

    It is also wear and tear on your 2 TB drive that has to be on 24/7, as opposed to working more like a backup drive that's only activated occasionally to back up your music files. It is the hassle of ensuring AudioGalaxy and your server and your ISP internet connection are all up and running when you need them to be (dealing with power outages, internet outages, maintenance, restarts, software updates, etc.)

    $20/year might well be worth it for the uptime and hydro considerations alone.




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  • twoodcc
    Nov 24, 08:42 PM
    yeah team lexus should be in the rearview mirror soon

    i hope so.



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  • mozmac
    May 3, 07:34 AM
    Finally. I have been waiting.




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  • AnyKey
    Oct 23, 02:39 PM
    I don't see the difference between Windows XPee and Windows RG. :confused: ;) :D


    hehe, exactly :cool:



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  • tribalogical
    Jun 10, 04:06 PM
    How long after you make a purchase does the App Store remember your password so you don't have to enter it again? I presume that's what happened in this case.

    It depends on your setting. Even logged in, it typically confirms once by asking if you want to purchase that app.

    It was cool of Apple to arrange a refund. That should be standard policy, especially if an app isn't even completely downloaded.

    For 99-cent apps, I'm less concerned about "try before buying"... when they start costing $10 and up, I think there has to be a way to 'preview' them...

    Tough to figure out how, though!




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  • SnowLeopard2008
    Jun 6, 01:31 AM
    You can opt to not enter in a password right? One click shopping cart thing. IDK.



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  • samcraig
    Apr 29, 04:56 PM
    I'm willing to bet you'll see Amazon's share price take a jump again as the media starts to say that Amazon is going to steal iTunes market share. Wall Street just loves market share. I think they just enjoy the controversy. They'll connect Android's growth rate with lowered mp3 costs and figure through some immediate impact that Amazon will steal away iPhone and iTunes customers away in the long run and pull them to the Android platform.

    I say that it's not wise to just lower prices if you're going to lose money on every sale. I still believe Wall Street will let Amazon get away with it. I'll stick with Apple's pricing model since I'm sure they know how to balance their books the best. Since the record companies approved of Apple's tiered pricing model, I think Amazon might be sticking its neck out again if this new pricing model isn't approved by the record companies.

    I wonder what your response would have been if Apple had reduced their pricing model and Amazon had the higher one....

    I'm guessing you'd praise Apple for the strategy. Maybe I'm wrong. But I am sure plenty here would.




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  • lyngo
    May 3, 07:35 AM
    Wow... Those are looking hot!



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  • ohaithar
    Sep 16, 10:51 PM
    http://soleservice.no/sitefiles/site18/shop/vans-classic-slip-on42.jpg
    http://www.thechocolatereview.net/wp-content/uploads/2008/08/mars-milk-chocolate-mms.jpg
    And my gf bought me this flannel
    http://cn1.kaboodle.com/hi/img/2/0/0/75/6/AAAAAre1OSkAAAAAAHVrGw.jpg?v=1191496891000




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  • VenusianSky
    Sep 30, 01:06 PM
    So this is a headline article based on a diagnosis and opinion of an Apple Genius Bar technician? In additoin, it is coming from a reader on Gizmodo. It may or may not be true that 20-30% dropped call is expected for those areas, but why headline this article when it is merely coming from the voice of an Apple store representative? It is very deceptive and may trick people into believing that this is a factual statement coming from AT&T themselves. Too many people on the internet always believe what they read from any source and that is why the legitimate journalist are p o'd about the future of journalism and reportings.

    Edit: Sorry, not headline, but front page.



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  • orbital
    Dec 1, 02:50 PM
    Apple really really needs to get on this... As far as some Script Kiddie wanting to make a name for themself the mass of mac users would need to be higher. There are still currently not enough mac users to warrent such acts, you would not get notice. I feel that a lot of coders find holes in XP because then they can exploit big business, were as macs are more often than not home computers. If apple its athe big 10% mark this will all change.




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  • unvjustintime
    Jan 27, 08:57 AM
    The people who own AAPL stock are not like you and me. I'd be shocked if they've even heard of Macworld. They don't use or own Apple computers, they just automatically buy whatever hot stock happens to have gone up this week. When it starts going down, they sell off. Tech stocks are especially prone to this kind of short-sighted selling. It's cold in New York, investors are selling in order to go on vacation. Simiple as that.

    I own 957 shares and visit this site every day.



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  • VicMacs
    Apr 14, 12:30 PM
    down go the gevey sim unlocks!




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  • mkjj
    Jul 25, 09:16 AM
    Your kidding?


    http://homepage.mac.com/markjjohnson/.cv/markjjohnson/Sites/.Pictures/Collection/AdjKey.jpg-thumb_140_105.jpg

    May have been $250! released in 1992, earliest UK price I can find (old MacFormat 1996) it was still �149 GBP and that was 4 years after release



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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 13, 12:45 PM
    Then it has no meaning.

    Honestly, that's a very stupid thing you said.

    Wait, for something to have meaning it must have emotions attached to it ? Whatever happened to cold objective debate ?

    Meaning is derived from the content, not from the emotions behind the statements. We're in a debate of facts, not in a subjective discussion. Emotionality has no place in the text.

    Or am I not understanding what you mean here ? My post was objective in that I was not refusing to view the evidence, I just found his evidence to be contradictory and self-refuting and thus not applicable. I stated it as such and further explained when told I was "refusing to see" something that just wasn't there to begin with.

    There was nothing to "cool down".

    He did provide citation for the same; the engadget article.
    But due to its inception being an Engadget based article, I wouldn't base any conclusions on that.

    But yes, he did cite the argument.

    His statement was not an argument. It was as a fact. And the Engadget article is not a citation to support the fact since it has been refuted by CNET, according to the very source AppleCorps used initially, TechCrunch.




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  • trule
    Jan 29, 05:17 PM
    I'm not a big fan of technical analysis, since it tends to ignore everything but share price over time. In my experience technical analysts are wrong as often as they are right.

    Share price is all that matters :D

    I have lost most of my money in companies where I "fell in love" with the story. Basic chart analysis, like I just did, was unfortunatly much more accurate than my emotions. I use it as a "gut check".

    One of the best technical analysis charts is a P&F chart, it focuses on PRICE ACTION ONLY (no time). If you check out AAPL in a daily P&F chart it has broken down past the bull trend line (blue) and is consolidating. Its a pretty bad looking chart that was looking well overbought

    AAPL PF Daily (http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.pnf?c=AAPL,P)

    However, if you take a look at the weekly P&F chart, then AAPL is crashing and it could fall to 54 before breaking its bull trend line...so it could have a long long way to fall.

    APPL PF Weekly (http://stockcharts.com/def/servlet/SC.pnf?chart=AAPL,PLTAWANRBO[PA][D20080129][F1!3!!!2!20]&pref=G)

    I put a lot of weight on a weekly P&F chart as it focuses on one thing only, long term price action...in the end thats all that matters, price.


    Honestly, I would sell if I owned it, and buy back in later. And I pushed my way through 2 full Apple Stores in the past week, most people wanted help with new computers or were, like me, just looking and finding it hard to come up with a reason to buy another iPod. The cash register desk was quiet.




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  • emvath
    Apr 29, 04:55 PM
    with Apple it is in AAC that can be converted to MP3, whereas Amazon sells just the MP3.


    Are you saying mp3 cannot be converted to aac? It certainly (and easily) can be done. You can even use iTunes to do it. It isn't the greatest idea as you aren't going to gain any quality and will almost certainly lose quality, but the exact same thing would happen converting aac to mp3.




    Full of Win
    Apr 28, 11:19 AM
    the iPhone doesn't compete against Android. The iPhone competes against all of the handsets running Android. And it's killing them. The 3GS as the second best-selling handset? That's frankly embarrassing for Android.

    Yes, the iPhone does compete against Android. The last time I went into a AT&T or Verizon store, this was obvious. To say that the iPhone does not compete against Android is silly.

    the most popular handset
    the 2nd most popular handsetBecause there is only two hardware choices, the iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS. Making this argument is so empty, in that it does not take into account the reasons behind it.

    the most popular mobile OSHello Mr. Straw man. The article was about iPhone; if you read it it states "covering U.S. mobile phone sales". Now, if by mobile OS, you are also adding in the iPad, that is debatable. I've been a iPad 3G owner since April 30th and I can tell you that I do not consider the iPad a mobile device. Sure, its easy to carry, but to lump in its sales with phone handset sales is a stretch. If you are making that stretch, how about adding netbooks into the mix as well?


    the most popular tablet. Again, the article was about the iPhone vs. Andriod handset sales, not the tablet sales. Another Straw Man approach to a comment about iPhone handset sales.


    getting "badly beaten"?
    When your sales numbers for phones are ~50% of that of your competitor; whereas a few years ago they were barely a blip, then yes that means they are getting kicked in the teeth in handset OS sales.




    QCassidy352
    Apr 15, 06:20 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8H7 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_2 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8H7)

    4.3.2 feels smoother to me. Take that with as many grains of sand as you like.

    Definitely agree. I don't know about the 3rd part app bug, but the UI feels a lot better (eg home screen appearing after you slide to unlock)




    weg
    Jul 12, 05:24 PM
    God if those pics are right, I say... welcome to 2002 Microsoft!

    It looks like a mix between a Rio MP3 player and a 3rd gen iPod

    it's prototype.. unless it's a a fake of course. If they manage to seamlessly integrate this into Windows they've a good chance to beat the **** out of the iPod (so far, all the hardware that Microsoft produces is great.. I'm using a Microsoft Natural keyboard as well as a Microsoft Bluetooth mouse with my Powerbook).




    mrsir2009
    Mar 31, 01:08 PM
    Bad interfaces based on silly metaphors isn't a new phenomenon at Apple. May I remind you of this abomination?

    http://www.dailyapplequiz.com/wp-content/uploads/quicktime_4_player.jpg

    Yeah that brushed steel stuff was used across the board:




    Darrin Bell
    Jul 13, 01:31 AM
    I hope microsoft has the name 'iBox' trademarked.. wouldn't want apple to ever make an iBox...I know that's facetious, but I agree. I'd rather avoid brand confusion. I still remember having a hard time convincing an elderly friend that her piece of crap computer was not an Apple iMac, it was an eMachine.



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