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  • Onigiri
    Sep 12, 08:04 PM
    Those look really slick, how do you like them so far?

    I love them! I've met the couple that makes them and they're all done by hand. Very sturdy and obviously, very beautiful. They look great on a shelf and feel even better in my hand.




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  • WilliamG
    Apr 29, 12:20 AM
    My guess is the white one has to be thicker to alleviate the light leakage issue that was rumored/reported. Still sneaky of Apple to advertise it as the same thickness as the black one...




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  • Heilage
    Mar 31, 02:54 PM
    Not a fan. I prefer a unified UI, this goes against all that.




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  • wmk461
    Jan 30, 05:39 PM
    Interesting, considering there are only 194 recognized countries on Earth. Which planet are the other 6 countries located on?

    Well after looking it up several reports state that about 130 countries have US occupied bases that are active... The point is we are overextended.

    "It's not easy to assess the size or exact value of our empire of bases. Official records on these subjects are misleading, although instructive. According to the Defense Department's annual "Base Structure Report" for fiscal year which itemizes foreign and domestic U.S. military real estate, the Pentagon currently owns or rents 702 overseas bases in about 130 countries and HAS another 6,000 bases in the United States and its territories. Pentagon bureaucrats calculate that it would require at least $113.2 billion to replace just the foreign bases -- surely far too low a figure but still larger than the gross domestic product of most countries -- and an estimated $591,519.8 million to replace all of them. The military high command deploys to our overseas bases some 253,288 uniformed personnel, plus an equal number of dependents and Department of Defense civilian officials, and employs an additional 44,446 locally hired foreigners. The Pentagon claims that these bases contain 44,870 barracks, hangars, hospitals, and other buildings, which it owns, and that it leases 4,844 more.

    These numbers, although staggeringly large, do not begin to cover all the actual bases we occupy globally. The 2003 Base Status Report fails to mention, for instance, any garrisons in Kosovo -- even though it is the site of the huge Camp Bondsteel, built in 1999 and maintained ever since by Kellogg, Brown & Root. The Report similarly omits bases in Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Qatar, and Uzbekistan, although the U.S. military has established colossal base structures throughout the so-called arc of instability in the two-and-a-half years since 9/11.

    For Okinawa, the southernmost island of Japan, which has been an American military colony for the past 58 years, the report deceptively lists only one Marine base, Camp Butler, when in fact Okinawa "hosts" ten Marine Corps bases, including Marine Corps Air Station Futenma occupying 1,186 acres in the center of that modest-sized island's second largest city. (Manhattan's Central Park, by contrast, is only 843 acres.) The Pentagon similarly fails to note all of the $5-billion-worth of military and espionage installations in Britain, which have long been conveniently disguised as Royal Air Force bases. If there were an honest count, the actual size of our military empire would probably top 1,000 different bases in other people's countries, but no one -- possibly not even the Pentagon -- knows the exact number for sure, although it has been distinctly on the rise in recent years."

    http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0115-08.htm



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  • AtHomeBoy_2000
    Aug 15, 01:35 PM
    I love Bookmarking tabs thing. I loved that in Netscape. Very usefull!




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  • tbrinkma
    Apr 28, 01:01 PM
    All boats except Symbian (it's too huge a s[t]inking ship to be lifted by any tide) and Windows Phone 7 ( they made a paper boat in the hope of getting lifted but sadly it looks like the tide is too big for it to ride)

    Ok, sure. There's exceptions for boats which have been so neglected they're keels have rusted out (Symbian), and boats with cast-lead structural members (WinP7)... :p



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  • Patdt13
    Jan 29, 08:44 AM
    Saw 127 Hours then went to Texas Roadhouse for the girlfriends birthday. I'm still squirming from the 'scene' and stuffed from the food.

    http://cdn.screenrant.com/wp-content/uploads/127-Hours-Review.jpg

    http://www.coupondad.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Texas_Roadhouse_Logo.gif

    I loved that movie, easily my favorite movie ever.




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  • br0adband
    Nov 7, 04:04 AM
    To be honest, I've had more application crashes and restarts on OSX than I have under XP/Windows in the past 3 years. So much for "crash resistant" - and yes, I've had 4 kernel panics since I got this iMac home; that's more than the number of BSODs I've had under XP in 4 years.

    Which means -- as everyone is saying -- that there is something wrong with your computer. I have a MacBook, two Intel iMacs, and a Mac Pro in my house, and they do not crash despite heavy daily use. My poor Mac Pro is running three different operating systems right now using Parallels, with nary a complaint. If you are getting unexplained kernel panics on a clean install of Mac OS X, then you have a hardware problem.

    Hardware problems can affect any OS -- I've seen Windows systems that get daily BSODs. It's not because "Windows sucks", it's because there was a sub-par memory chip or somesuch in the system. Likewise Mac OS X crashes, when nobody else is experiencing a problem, are not an indication of the stability of the OS but rather of your hardware.

    You're quoting me back to me when all of us (including me) were talking about that other guy that is having hardware problems because his Parallels "sucks." Parallels kicks ass on my C2D 20" iMac - hence the reason I piped up to be the first to say something is wrong with the other guy's machine if he can't get it working right.

    On mine, which is stock hardware except for the 2GB of RAM I have in it, Parallels starts up in 4 seconds, boots my XP VM in 9-10, shuts down in 3-4, restarts the same VM in under 5 seconds (have yet to figure that one out, probably because of caching someplace; I don't even see the XP splash screen when it reboots/restarts because it's so fast), suspends in 22-25 seconds, resumes in 30-34, and I have no issues with any hardware at all in my XP VM. I even burn CDs and DVDs from the XP VM over FireWire/USB without hassles (Plextor FireWire/USB external).

    So, on a similarly configured piece of hardware, if he's having suspend/resume times that seem to be 4-6x longer than others then, as you said, there is something wrong with the hardware. If none of the rest of us are having said issues, your line of logic would follow and apply to his machine since he's the only one reporting such ridiculously long suspend/resume times among other things.

    Parallels works for me. Since I can't post specific benchmark data for Parallels and that other new-on-the-scene virtualization software for Macs <hint, hint> I'll just say this:

    I completed the testing I said I was going to do, and Parallels simply lays the smackdown across that other software. And yes I'm well aware that other software is in beta - or pre-beta late alpha as one person put it - and that's fine. But I paid for Parallels, and to use that most famous line about Macs:

    It just works.

    Oh yeah, it beats that other software even with multi-core CPU support enabled. Go figure.

    bb

    Parallels sucks but until now its been the only REAL game in town.

    Ah... the clarion call of lamers. Might as well bash Windows since it's so pervasive while you're at it. And it's still no excuse for stealing the software and breaking the faith. Bleh...



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  • DTphonehome
    Jul 21, 11:42 AM
    Increased market share is a good thing, but I'm not sure how I'd feel if Apple overtook Dell...

    Don't worry, you have a VERY long time to sort out your feelings. Apple ain't dethroning Dell for a while (if ever).




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  • 63dot
    May 1, 11:28 PM
    Good weekend for Obama. He got even with both Donald Trump and Osama bin Laden.

    You think? :D



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  • Cloudane
    Jan 25, 06:39 PM
    Not a stock expert, but I do know the tech industry on the whole is suffering a bit of a slump at the moment. Redundancy cometh where I work.




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  • diegous79
    May 3, 08:45 AM
    just confirmed with Apple...hopefully they'll remove that.

    Anyway, looking forward to the spec bumps for the Mini, the Air and the Pro.

    And really hope that everyone's iMacs will behave and be okay this time around.

    I just found that out too and I want to cry :-(



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  • Hastings101
    Mar 31, 10:33 AM
    Like the guy above, I want the ability to change the color of windows or something. The grey os x theme is really boring.




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  • smallnshort247
    Apr 29, 02:13 AM
    But will it blend?



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  • Intell
    Apr 25, 04:05 PM
    It was a lovely party, with everyone dressed up in their finest costumes and wears. lbro was a rock star wearing a fur coat, Plutonius was a musketeer, and nies was that dude that discovered the Galapagos. He even had a stuffed dog named Bagel. By early morning the party goers where going home and the lights where being snuffed out.

    chrmjenkins was part way through his first cup of tea of the morning, when his good friend, appleguy312 burst through the door wielding a towel and satchel. "Going out for a walk?" said chrmjenkins as he chocked on his tea. "We gotta go, NOW" said appleguy213 as he went through chrmjenkins' linen closet. "Here we are!" exclaimed appleguy123 as he pulled out a pink flowery bath towel. He promptly pushed chrmjenkins out the door of his little bungalow and out on to the front lawn.

    "What are those things?!?" demanded chrmjenkins as he pointed to the blocks floating in the sky above.

    "Wolves, they're here to eat the people then mine the world to make a new super Wal-Mart and diamond picks." appleguy312 spoke these words as he fiddled with something around his lowest finger (Giggity). "We need to get a signal to escape! Take my hand!"

    And with that they vanished into the sky, with chrmjenkins trailing drool out of his unconscious mouth.





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  • Auax
    Apr 17, 10:01 PM
    the new iOS version should deal with FaceTime problems.



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  • Kissaragi
    Apr 22, 05:07 PM
    Id be sad to see the beautiful iphone 4 design go so soon. I think it has at least another year left in it.




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  • rockthecasbah
    Jul 26, 10:02 AM
    If this patent is anything close to reality, Apple may be prepping something much bigger than an iPod, something closer to a full-featured OS X tablet computer. You'll be running a full-featured version of iTunes, not just the simplified UI of the iPod:

    http://images.appleinsider.com/patent-ipod-touch17.gif
    but who would want to have a full featured iTunes when you still haven't solved the problem of typing. The most efficient part for me is to type out what you're looking for. I do, however, see the advantage to making playlists more efficiently on the go, giving you the ability to shuffle anything you choose, not just "All Songs" which is a bother. :)




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  • joshuarayer
    Apr 15, 03:47 PM
    Well Apple has used up all the "big cat" names like Tiger and Lion which means that either OS 11 is underway or they will be in the embarassing situation of having to use lesser cat names which imply "less".

    Ocelot, Cheetah, Cougar, Fluffy, etc......:cool:

    I for one am ready for OS 11.0 "Merlot"

    They still have Tigon and Liger




    EazyWeazy3
    Feb 16, 06:40 PM
    He is definitely living life to the fullest.

    :hat




    marksman
    Apr 22, 04:51 PM
    you people floor me.... I bet if I could take an iPhone back to 2005 and show you people, you'd all scream "WTF! What a piece of ****! Anything different hurts my eyes! I want my Razor back!!!!1111!!!11" :rolleyes:

    What is funny is remembering the outcry on the early leaked pictures on the iPhone 4 and how ugly it was... Yet it is the best looking phone in the world now.




    jessica.
    Sep 14, 09:43 PM
    Finally settled.
    http://wp.appadvice.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/IMG_0022-642x481.jpg




    dethmaShine
    Apr 13, 02:14 PM
    Not this year but soon.

    Airplay enabled TV has always been Apple's dream and this is going to be very big for Apple.

    The perfect entertainment solution. It's coming soon.




    roland.g
    Apr 12, 09:36 AM
    At least they used the image of the phone for this article and not the stage shot of Steve with iPhone on the Keynote screen. Seriously, every time I see that stage shot, it implies an actual announcement, as opposed to a rumor regarding the product.



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