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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 8, 04:32 PM
    It's infuriating watching cable news about this. CNN and MSNBC report on it, get a Dem and a Rep to spew all their BS and never call them out or delve into the facts.

    The fact is, the Republicans want a shutdown otherwise they would never have crafted a budget that repeals Obamacare, guts the EPA and Clean Water Act and defunds PP. THey know they'll get away with it in the end because they handle the media and public message way better than the inept Democrats.

    As for PP, give me a ****ing break.

    depends. This shut down I blame 70% on GOP an 30% on the dems.
    Reason Dem hold 30% is they screwed up by not getting a budget passed in 2010 when they controlled everything.

    And to think in 3-4 months we will see yet a new budget fight happen for 2012 budget.

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  • pulsewidth947
    Oct 29, 11:20 AM
    When I used a PC I used to use Cool Edit Pro, which then changed to Adobe Audition. So I'm delighted that they are creating a new product, particularly as I hate the only other real contender - Bias Peak.

    I've been using Audacity, but it just not advanced enough sometimes.

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  • peharri
    Aug 15, 11:04 AM
    I don't think the Apple ads are elitist or snobish, however I do think the HP ads are very cool. By showing what the computer can do in a slick, sci-fiction way, the ads sell the HP computer in a way that the Mac vs. PC ads don't
    If Apple's seeing increasing market-share it because they're finally trying to sell the computer and it's this ad presence that is working. The commercials' content doesn't really work, but only die-hard geeks can really get fired up for these commercials.
    For Joe Sixpack, the commercials remind him that Mac exist, they're cool and they do neat stuff. And that's the good part.

    The bad part is some people think they're being insulted, and some of those people will matter when it's time to buy a computer.

    Apple should've gone the HP way, show how cool the computer is and stop mentioning the PC at all.

    However, during WWDC, take a shovel to Microsoft is so inclined, that's a time to stir the troops into a fury.

    Hear hear!

    Excellent examples of good advertising. Nothing about the HP ads insulted the target audience, stereotyped, or posted stuff the viewers knew was false (therefore ensuring distrust of the maker.)

    There's so much that's good about the Mac, and the current ads hide those positive traits in favour of defining the Mac in terms of the PC and generating hostility at the same time.

    I know a lot of PC users. I know geeks and non-geeks alike. I can't say I've met anyone who thought better of the Mac after watching the "I'm a Mac" ads, and I've met several that thought worse of it. And geeks are telling their families and friends, at the moment, that the ads are misleading, and Apple's reputation is suffering as a result.

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  • 2002cbr600f4i
    Feb 18, 12:54 PM
    Notice Steve is the only guy without wine?

    He had a liver transplant.... Alcohol is a no-no after that!

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  • CrackedButter
    Nov 14, 09:09 AM
    Just shows Apple is thinking where others do not. Apple are providing or creating outlets for their devices while other companies just produce mp3 players.

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  • TrollToddington
    Apr 21, 09:57 AM
    My MBA Ultimate is perfect for me right now as my sole working machine. This is simply a super balanced laptop for those seeking mobility and reasonable performance. No need for me to fix what's not broken right now.

    I won't be jumping in on a SB+HD3000 upgrade, so I will pass on the next update until Ivy comes out (as long as it's paired with a decent GPU and not with a lame HD3000-like).Why does everybody repeat the mantra 'Ivy Bridge'? Will it make the Intel's HD 3000 perform better in some kind of mysterious magical way? Or do you expect that by the time IB is released Intel will have developed a new, presumably better, IGP? Shall we expect the same comments "Intel IGP sucks I'm gonna skip IB and wait for whatever-bridge" again next year?

    I am aware that, of all computers Apple produces, the MBA will suffer the most from advancements of technology because it is not upgradeable. So, if there are some radical improvements that IB will introduce that I might be interested in I will join the camp of people who will wait. The present 11" can't do the job I like it to, I need a faster processor but I like the form of 11" MBA.

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  • Eidorian
    Jun 17, 06:36 PM
    I'll be holding out for the Slim Pro model. That might be until Christmas though. :rolleyes:

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  • torero
    Jun 18, 03:44 PM
    why not put the slot in the front then??? I use the cards all the time and have reader always plugged into my ACD... with an ugly, dangly cord.

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  • smaffei
    Mar 23, 01:17 PM worked reliably from my Mac Mini (2010) to my iPad 2 without saying "you are not authorized to play this video" every other time, I would care.

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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 24, 09:11 PM
    15 inch version.

    Price is no problem.

    I'd buy a 15" :D

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  • skunk
    Apr 3, 06:09 PM
    It's time to take back the asylum.You don't have to be mad, but it sure helps.

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  • Blakjack
    Mar 28, 09:04 AM

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  • forumposting253
    Jan 20, 12:12 PM
    While the decision allows Garmin to offer smaller downloads that require less on-device storage and quicker download and syncing times, as well as automatic access to the latest map updates, the trade-off is that users must be in areas with data service coverage in order for the application to function properly.I thought there were some free map/gps/turn-by-turn direction apps out there (ala Google Maps).

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  • dmbmar
    Apr 13, 08:50 AM
    That is helpful for syncing with itunes - but what about ical/outlook? Can I get outlook to sync with my 7 different calendars on ical?

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  • eawmp1
    Apr 9, 09:21 PM
    It is so much easier to abort than to raise a child.

    Are you suggesting it is harder to abort than to raise a child?

    Until you've done both, and lived with the consequences, your opinion is worthless.

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  • Lacero
    Apr 2, 08:21 PM
    I used it for 20 minutes and gave up on the program. I won't revisit the program until version 3. That's how bad I think it is.

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  • rwilliams
    Apr 12, 03:00 PM
    Excel seems a little faster opening existing spreadsheet files when opening them directly from Finder (as opposed to opening Excel and using the File->Open method). It was unbearably slow before SP1. Now it's somewhat tolerable.

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  • Dreadnought
    Nov 14, 12:04 PM
    Are you interested in taking over the project? There is a position available! :D

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  • CaoCao
    Apr 13, 12:34 AM
    Racism should be illegal, end affirmative action

    Apr 13, 08:43 AM
    Go to your applications folder and drag the program(s) to the trash. Empty trash and done.

    You can try repair disk permissions in disk utility too. If that all doesn't help, put in the osx DVD and reinstall the os.

    May 4, 07:55 AM
    I am a very new mac user, having just switched in February with the purchase of my iBook. I'm 17 and have been using computers since I was like 6. I remember DOS, Apple IIes, Windows 3.1/95/98/ME/NT, Mac 8. I also spent a year using linux (Mandrake, Redhat, Debian) before going to a mac. I hate PCs.

    You ask about hardware. That's not why I switched, though it was a nice bonus. I switched because of OS X.

    I always use to be a Windows guy, from a Windows family. My brother's a MCSE. The previous experience I had with Apple was horrible. We had Apple's in our school computer lab, and they were crap. Nothing worked. Now I know that they weren't multitasking. I hated them with a passion and said I'd never use one.

    Oh how things have changed. PCs have become the pieces of crap. Windows may be getting better with XP, but it's a different experience. Everything is just better with a Mac. Things just work, right away. I haven't used XP much, but I can tell you it doesn't work like this does.

    Windows' interface sucks. Really it does. I'm sure you think the interface in MacOS X is horrible. It's not, it's different. And, it's better. It's easier just use, just because of the interface.

    Windows' filesystem sucks. Unix machines have a much better filesystem -- none of the drive crap.

    Windows software sucks. There is much less software for OS X than there is for XP. No one can deny that. Fortunately, the software for OS X is usually of a very high quality. It's very well designed and stable.

    Windows' interoperability sucks. Windows runs on a huge variety of hardware, but that's noticible from the software. OS X just detects and sets up -- no wizards.

    Really I don't expect you to believe this or anything. Maybe you will if you try using one. Things are going to be different for you because you use computers primarily for gaming. Maybe someday you'll end up switching to Linux because you don't like Windows. If you do, I almost guarentee you'll switch to Mac, because Linux's a pain to set up.

    Oh, and getting away from Microsoft was good too. They are evil. Apple has potential to start a monopoly and become evil, but that's besides the point. Microsoft is doing things that are bad for the consumer. Wait and see.

    Sep 26, 03:32 AM
    Apple understands the marketing value of a popular term like Podcast, but there's a delicate balance between encouraging people to use it, and giving away your rights to it. I personally don't think Apple was out of line in this case.

    But here you're implying that Apple has any rights at all to the word podcast, when it was clearly invented by someone else (Adam Curry, perhaps, though there is some debate; it was certainly not Apple Computer). How in the heck can they make a claim? It's not like they are called iPodcasts. That I could see being an infringement. Just how far are they intending to go with the word 'pod'?

    Watch out Flowbee, if you really are a 'podophile', you might be in someone's sights :).

    Sep 17, 10:51 AM
    What applestore was this? Woodland im assuming...

    I hate to say it but the situations not looking good. If I were you I wouldnt go into there for a while (2+ weeks) and then next time you go in dont make eyecontact with her. Then if she aproches you ask her.

    Apr 30, 11:34 AM
    3GB download. It's times like this I wish I lived in Hong Kong.

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