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  • troop231
    Apr 6, 11:55 AM
    12 petabytes is mind blowing, i remember my first windows pc with 300mb of hdd space.




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  • nizmoz
    Dec 28, 08:38 AM
    Well said. I was going to start typing a similar post but glad you did. The person that replied to the OP above saying IT people are clueless is 100% wrong as you are the one that is clueless. I run a IT department and there is no way MACs would ever become the Computer of choice over any Windows machine that has way more software for the enterprise than a MAC will ever see. And using Bootcamp is a waste of funds as PCs are cheaper. It always takes someone who has no clue about how IT works to say something like that.

    Yeah, sure. Because all of those business/enterprise applications written exclusively for Windows run ah-so smoothly on Macs...

    Just accept it, folks: There is no business case for using Macs in an enterprise environment.

    Compatibility? Fail. (There is a world beyond the Microsoft .doc format where enterprise applications live. There's OLD Java, and many Java apps require a very specific Oracle JVM to run. There's .NET. There's Sharepoint. There's an IBM mainframe you need to talk to. There are department printers that have no OS X drivers. There's a long list of office equipment that only plays well with Windows.)

    Enterprise-ready? Fail. See compatibility, see support, see backup.

    Central administration? Fail. Try applying group policies to a Mac.

    Central backup? Fail. No, Time Machine is NOT an enterprise solution.

    TCO? Fail. Expensive hardware, short-lived platform support.

    Enterprise-support from the manufacturer (Apple)? HUGE fail.

    Roadmaps? Fail. Apple doesn't even know what the word means. You just cannot plan with this company and their products.

    Product longevity? Knock-out Fail. (Try getting support for OS X Leopard in two years from now. Try getting support for Tiger or Panther TODAY. Then compare it to Windows XP, an OS from the year that will be officially supported until 2014. Then make your strategic choice and tell me with a straight face that you want to bet your money on Cupertino toys.)

    It's MUCH easier to integrate Linux desktops into an enterprise environment than it is to put Mac OS X boxes in there. Why? Because some "blue chip" companies like Oracle and IBM actually use, sell and support Linux and make sure that it can be used in an enterprise environment.

    Trying to push a home user/consumer platform like the Mac into a corporate environment is a very bad idea. Especially if the company behind the product recently even announced that they dropped their entire server hardware because nobody wanted them. Why should the head of a large IT department trust a company that just dropped their only product that was even remotely targeted at the enterprise market? It's like asking a CTO to bet the company's IT future on Nintendo Wiis.

    And just for your info: I've had those discussions at the World Health Organization of the United Nations, and it turned out to be IMPOSSIBLE to integrate Macs into their IT environment. I had the only Mac (a 20" Core Duo) in a world wide network because I was able to talk someone higher up the ladder into approving the purchase order for it, but then I quickly had to give up on OS X and instead run Windows on it in order to get my job as an IT admin done and be able to use the IT resources of the other WHO centers. OS X Tiger totally sucked in our network for almost all of the above reasons, but Windows Vista and XP got the job done perfectly. It wasn't very persuasive to show off a Mac that only runs Windows. That's what you get for being an Apple fanboy, which I admittedly was at that time.

    Where I work now, two other people bought Macs, and one of them has ordered Windows 7 yesterday and wants me to wipe out OS X from his hard disk and replace it with Windows. He's an engineer and not productive with OS X, rather the opposite: OS X slows him down and doesn't provide any value to him.

    And personally, after more than five years in Apple land, I will now also move away from OS X. It's a consumer platform that's only there to lock people into the Apple hardware and their iTunes store. If the web browser and iTunes and maybe Final Cut Studio, Logic Studio or the Adobe Creative Suites are the only pieces of software that you need to be happy, then OS X probably is okay for you. For everything else, it quickly becomes a very expensive trap or just a disappointment. When Apple brag about how cool it is to run Windows in "Boot Camp" or a virtualization software, then this rather demonstrates the shortcomings of the Mac platform instead of its strengths. I can also run Windows in VirtualBox on Linux. But why is this an advantage? Where's the sense in dividing my hardware resources to support TWO operating systems to get ONE job done? What's the rationalization for that? There is none. It just shows that the Mac still is not a full computing platform without Microsoft products. And that is the ultimate case AGAINST migrating to Mac OS X.




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  • phas3
    Dec 6, 02:24 AM
    Now that would just be teasing to look at every day. :eek:

    she looks so beautiful in 1080p the freckles OH MY GAWD:eek::eek::eek::eek:




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  • Kieranic
    Dec 2, 04:06 AM
    Wasn't ur previous wallpaper the cover of "Bad"?
    Do u mind sharing the wallpaper please. I'm also a huge MJ fan. Thank in advance!

    Haha someone actually remembers me! (*feels loved*:o) but the wallpaper is 1280x800 since I could only find a album cover the size of around 1400pixels.

    I've included that too if your monitor isn't 16:10 or something (The cover art is 1425, if you stretch it to 1440 it shouldn't look that much worse at all).

    Enjoy! I'm really looking forward to the new album! :)



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  • geerlingguy
    Jun 1, 02:49 PM
    I like it... but you have to have watched the Annoying Orange videos to get it ;)




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  • bid2ask77
    Apr 20, 08:03 AM
    What is a very good iphone 4 IM client (and why do you think its good) that would keep me logged into AIM, Yahoo, Facebook, Google and myspace all the time and in one app. i am using IM+ but it keeps kicking me out everyonce in a while and to get it back up i have to unenstall it and reinstall it to get it to work.



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  • Nuvi
    Nov 12, 02:14 AM
    For feature films and television these days, Final Cut is ABSOLUTELY the industry standard. Oh and in the 8 years I've lived in Hollywood, I never met one person in the industry who uses a Windows PC (maybe a writer or two).

    False. Avid Media Composer is by far the most popular professional editing system. I work in moving image industry. Many turn key high end systems are Windows based.




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  • mcrain
    May 4, 08:41 AM
    It's wrong, and anyone who supports its use is sick, twisted and advocating for inhuman and unethical treatment of prisoners. There are no redeeming characteristics about torture that could possibly justify its use. Not to mention those who advocate torture are telling our enemies that it is ok to torture our prisoners. How could they? That risk is unacceptable.

    Every "excuse" used to justify the torture authorized by our prior administration has been debunked, including that it led to finding OBL. That one tidbit of information (the nickname) came from someone who was waterboarded, but the information came much later during interrogation performed in accordance with civilized rules.

    Sick. Twisted.



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  • French iPod
    Dec 26, 11:22 PM
    wish i got a camera to post what i got for christmas=(!! but here's what i got:

    32"Insignia LED TV
    PS3 Slim 160 GB(Bought it in october:p and was supposed to be a christmas gift)
    The Orange Box (PS3)
    Spider Man Web Of Shadow's (PS3)
    Prototype (PS3)
    Uncharted 1 (PS3)
    Skate 3 (PS3)
    Batman Arkham Asylum (PS3)
    Dead Space (PS3)
    Blu Ray:
    Smallville Season 7
    Smallville Season 9
    Supernatural Season 3
    The Matrix (Collector Edition)
    Nightwish End Of An Era
    Within Temptation Black Symphony
    Wonder Woman (Animated Movie)
    Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
    Batman Under The Red Hood
    Batman Begin's
    Disturbia

    Other Stuff:
    A Clock (from my mom)
    Skull Candy Inked Earphones black
    Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 Platinum Mac Version
    A electronic bank to save my money
    A Mickey and Minnie Statuette from Hallmark :D

    :D i got a pretty awesome christmas this year=)!! also with the christmas money from my family i'm going to buy: DC Universe Online oh YEAH!!!!




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  • r.j.s
    May 2, 04:49 AM
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  • CS5679
    Feb 21, 08:33 AM
    Anybody know where I can find some logic studio/mainstage tutorials?




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  • liamkp
    Jul 8, 05:59 PM
    Dont think so.



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  • GreatestDane
    Feb 5, 12:21 PM
    Here ya go!

    http://browse.deviantart.com/?q=think%20different%20wallpaper&order=9&offset=24#/d21vklh

    Thank you!




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  • longofest
    Jan 26, 03:35 PM
    I noticed that we have an abundance of Quicktime Stubs:

    http://guides.macrumors.com/QuickTime_1
    http://guides.macrumors.com/QuickTime_2
    http://guides.macrumors.com/QuickTime_7
    http://guides.macrumors.com/QuickTime (redirects to QuickTime 7)
    http://guides.macrumors.com/QuickTime_Player

    So yeah, that's ridiculous. 1 and 2 don't even really have much of importance.

    My proposal: keep only http://guides.macrumors.com/QuickTime and merge the content.



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  • Rustus Maximus
    Mar 31, 02:45 PM
    What will these device classes (and their successor innovations) be capable of in 3 years? 5? 10? 30?

    The same thing we're doing on Mac desktops/laptops...right now. I'm no naysayer, the iDevices are what they are. I think the iPad/iPhone/iToy whatever name everyone attaches to them are innovative consumer devices. I think some of the backlash you are seeing is because the professional "Truck Drivin' " Apple users are wanting a bit more focus and attention on the devices that actually create the vast majority of content the iDevices were created to enjoy.

    Let's face it...at the moment you're not going to be using an iThing to create the latest amazing 3D CG animation or mind blowing game and by the time those devices can do that...well, we'll be able to shout about it to each other's holograms at that point.

    As someone said earlier, these devices are a great supplement to a more powerful Mac.




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  • antster94
    Apr 27, 11:42 AM
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_GIlsuSZq_VM/TCTF1r8M4rI/AAAAAAAAix0/Ez7v3CBmIFE/s1600/2011+Jaguar+XJ+Saloon+1.jpg

    Saw one of these parked up down my road earlier, in my opinion it's the best car on the market today. Amazing looking, so comfortable, and very very fast when they need to be.



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  • THX1139
    Nov 13, 04:26 PM
    Yeah I know Apple's policy on low pricing to sell hardware and I think it's brilliant. I don't know why they drop the software after a while though, discontinuing Shake didn't make any sense.

    I'm going to speculate about what happened. When Jobs brought Pixar to Disney and joined their board of directors, he was thinking that would be a good fit for the Macpro line of computers and software. It probably bothered him that Pixar (and Disney) were not using Apple computers and software to crunch all of those pixels. I'm pretty sure he saw that as an opportunity to get Apple further into that market.

    Then along comes the success of iPhone and consumer level products that began to consume most of Apple resources. It was a fairly fresh market with much potential for massive profits. Shortly after that, Apple Computer changed it's name to just "Apple" and then diverted most of it's attention towards the market that we see today. Apple sold off any professional applications that they deemed to niche or required extensive resources to develop. I'm sure they hung onto FCS simply because there was some profit, and to feed Steve's ego. However, they haven't been that motivated to keep it on the forefront because they didn't have the resources, nor the motivation.

    I'm pretty sure that if you were to ask most of the people on the board of directors at Apple if they should keep the professional line, I'm sure that most of them would say no. The money is not in that sector compared to consumer devices and content delivery. As each day goes by, the Mac professional line of computers and software are becoming more and more a niche product and I think that Apple will eventually discontinue them and become solely a consumer product company. They will make devices for the everyday consumer and sell/rent/commission content to deliver to those devices. It's a multi-billion dollar industry that is only going to get bigger. The professional line is not close to being as profitable and it takes a lot of resources to stay current. My guess is that it will be phased out over the next 5 years. How? By slowing down the updates until the pros migrate to other systems. Eventually, Apple will declare the market dead and stop production. By then, no one will care. But don't worry, you'll have a really cool iPhone and still be able to buy an iMac. :rolleyes:




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  • toolbox
    Dec 25, 01:42 AM
    Here was wat santa bought me today!!

    1. iTunes Vouchers from Mum / Grand Parents
    2. Skin for the iPad
    3. R2 D2 Thumb drive
    4. Usual Socks / Jocks / Deodorants
    5. New Kettle to replace my dead one.

    Great lunch with the family!




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  • alent1234
    Mar 23, 10:02 AM
    Its never a good thing when the guy behind the reason we buy Mac's leaves. :(

    For the user who mentioned that he was behind OS X flaws (you mentioned iTunes bloat) - you are wrong. iTunes isn't run directly by the Mac OS development team, it has its own department. There's probably a little crossover however generally he wouldn't have much input on iTunes.

    since almost no one buys a Mac and almost everyone buys an idevice, no one cares about him leaving.

    the world has moved past computers being the center of personal computing




    iindigo
    Apr 27, 05:26 PM
    Also for fun - try enabling password for the screensaver and 60 minute idle logout. Then put your laptop to sleep and come back 60 min later only to have hung login window that accepts no input - works that way every time for me.

    Good thing the screensaver password dialog is the login window itself (even the same exact process) in Lion then, huh?




    bense27
    Nov 24, 09:18 AM
    So, a second generation of a product that doesn't even exist.

    hahahahaha




    jared1988
    Apr 11, 07:06 PM
    That car no longer exists (in that form) as of Friday, the 8th. The guy's garage burned down with the car in it.

    http://jalopnik.com/#!5790896/rusty-slammington-destroyed-in-fire
    http://stanceworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=16717

    i know :( Mike will come back...




    RKpro
    Apr 13, 10:59 AM
    The only thing they NEED to upgrade to stay current is dropping a dual core A5 into the iPhone, and maybe NFC.

    In every other respect iPhone4 is just as good as the best phones coming out this year.




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    Apr 4, 10:39 AM
    https://devforums.apple.com/message/367408



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