Thursday, May 19, 2011

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  • TerryJ
    Jul 14, 12:27 PM
    On betamax. Your very right it is very succesful in a production studios for broadcasting and what not. But now even those are being replaced by DVC Pro (which I think is sony is it not?).
    DVC-PRO is a Panasonic created format.

    -Terry





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  • rezenclowd3
    Jan 9, 08:50 PM
    It was/ is very clean and well cared for. Right now its a 5ft paint job, which is all orig :o I have all 22 years of records which is damn nice. How much did I pay? I'd rather not say, but as a reference, I think one looking for such a clean car in good mechanical condition pay $4-5k for a car with no mods. Blue book for these cars with the mileage they typically have is $2k. I completely overpaid for a stock car, however I wanted a clean/ mechanically excellent car that's ready for competition, so I was willing to pay quite a premium to find EXACTLY what I was looking for.

    After owning this for a week and 1 day, I want to now purchase a 325i convertible. I missed a few steals last month :( However all would probably have needed just $3-4k in work to make it another DD.

    BTW when quoting, at the max only include 1 pic. It's a pita to scroll through the same pics 2x. Thanks for the compliment though.





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  • aliensporebomb
    Apr 21, 01:34 PM
    Despite the freaked brigade and people wanting to turn this into a huge political argument I think this guy at Reddit had the best thing to say about this:



    I went to WWDC last year where the new Core Location system was discussed in great detail. If you went as well, or have the videos, look at the video for session 115, "Using Core Location in iOS". Skip to around 13:45 for the discussion of "Course Cell Positioning" where they discuss the cache in detail.

    The purpose of this is offline GPS. Normally, each cell tower has an identifier and Core Location sends that identifier to Apple and asks for the latitude and longitude for that tower. This requires a data connection, and the use of data. Since cell towers don't move, however, it's inefficient to keep going back to Apple for that information so they cache it. Now if a tower appears with the same ID as the cache, tada! you have a cache hit and a faster fix with no data use. Which also means you can get a "course location" (as in rough) if you are near known towers and don't have a data connection.

    That's all this is. It's a cache of identifiers (cell and wifi), locations, and their age (it's a cache, after all). Someone made the decision to never clean it out so they would have more and more information about those GPS "assists" (you know, A-GPS) and so they'd use less and less power and data over time for the places you frequent. It's a great idea, technically.

    Practically, yes, you can track location over time. The file is readable only by root and you're free to encrypt your backups for now. I'm sure Apple will either encrypt the file or truncate the data in a future update (I would prefer encryption as I think it's technically sound, but I know many will disagree). I'm also sure someone is considering a toggle for the feature or a button to clear the database. Both are great ideas.

    This isn't nefarious, this isn't being sent anywhere, and this isn't as bad as everyone is making it. This is a real feature with a major oversight. That's it.


    Yes they probably need to encrypt this to keep thieves and insane people from taking it from your phone but it's nothing that other cellular providers aren't doing with their phones, you just can't see it necessarily.





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  • zelet
    Aug 25, 09:20 AM
    my beef with the mini is when I boot into 'doze and wanna play games - that GMA950 just cant cut the mustard.

    So what would make me rush out and buy a new mini (and put this one under the TV) would be a faster graphics processor.

    Cant see that happening any time soon tho.


    I agree to that. I got the Mini thinking the GPU couldn't be that bad. I was really wrong. If they up the GPU I'll buy another one and be happy. If not - I'll live with the underpowered video of the mini until Apple finally releases a headless iMac (or something equivalent).





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  • Millah
    Apr 27, 12:57 AM
    anyone else getting a little bit fed up of apples lawsuits?

    I'm sure Apples getting fed up of all their competitors continuing to copy their products or piggyback off the work Apples done on iOS.

    Unfortunately, when a company innovates, they have to deal with the rest of the world copying them. You can either sit back and let it happen and allow the copycats to steal the market from you with YOUR inventions, or you can do something about it. Apples chosen to do something about. Despite whatever bad press they may get from bozos who have no idea what they're talking about.





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  • Lord Blackadder
    Feb 22, 07:28 PM
    Why do Americans harbor hate for diesel? I'm not very familiar with the differences between the fuels, other than gasoline is more refined.

    In brief:






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  • ryanx27
    Sep 6, 10:10 AM
    were's my macbook core 2 duo :mad:

    2007


    how about a new macbook pro? :confused:

    "new" as in C2D & GPU upgrade: October

    "new" as in significant form factor change: 2007





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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 10, 07:10 PM
    Miata's are actually very good driving cars.

    Yes, and excellent value for your dollar.

    If I could afford a second car, just for sport, I would try to wedge myself into one.

    But I really want an S-2000. :(





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  • Query
    Aug 6, 09:27 PM
    "Hasta la Vista, Vista" image on flickr:
    http://www.flickr.com/photo_zoom.gne?id=207241970&context=photostream&size=l

    :D





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  • gnomeisland
    Apr 21, 07:13 AM
    You're forgetting that if the iMac user was shunting video to a big-screen TV via HDMI, the user might want to keep that port for that. Would leave the Thunderbolt port for other devices that they might want to keep plugged in without having to swap.

    Not all of us want to plug and unplug...plug and unplug

    Thunderbolt is daisy chain-able. Now I give HDMI *in* a 1% chance on the 27" model since Apple sold a few on the virtue of the Mini-DP in on that model. However, HDMI costs Apple money and it is more likely you'll see Thunderbolt capable of turning the internal display into an external display for another device, or perhaps, TWO thunderbolt ports with said functionality.

    I give the two thunderbolt ports a 2-3% chance but for me that's worth dreaming about.





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  • paul4339
    Apr 27, 12:59 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 2.3.3; en-gb; Nexus S Build/GRI40) AppleWebKit/533.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/533.1)



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  • Fisse
    Apr 2, 10:52 PM
    Running an ad for a product they don't have in stock in their own stores?





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  • CPTMONK
    Oct 23, 03:23 PM
    I don't know if this update is imminent. apple.com store still shows macbooks and mbp as shipping within 24 hours....

    when the imac was updated the apple store said 24hrs the day before so it doesnt mean much





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  • jakemikey
    Aug 25, 11:51 AM
    just a thought. I'd like to see at least one mini stay as cheap as possible. cheap minis are condusive to the "non desktop" or "inivisible" situations we all love them for.


    creative things like
    Home automation,
    Home theater
    automotive fun
    art installations
    internet radio.
    cash registers
    security systems
    advertising kiosks(shoot me)
    rhumba?


    Every single one of those (except perhaps home theater) would be much better suited with a cheaper VIA mini-ITX system running Linux. The only reason you should ever choose Mac OS X over Linux is in *visible* setups, not *invisible* setups.





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  • Small White Car
    Apr 12, 10:09 PM
    Let's not forget that this is $299 for ALL YOUR MACS. (Up the the limit...4 or 5, I think?)

    I had to buy 2 versions of the suite to edit on 2 Macs at once. Today, if that's all I need then my initial purchase price just went from $1,998 to $299. Anyone who says this is expensive is insane.

    Yeah, the other apps will cost more but the point is that not everyone needs all of those. I sure wouldn't have bought all of them.





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  • the20pointmay
    Apr 2, 08:20 PM
    I wasn't sure this was an iPad commercial at first when I saw it during the Butler game; to me it seemed more serious than any other Apple ad that has been released before. But in that sense, you can feel similar emotions to the video they showed during the iPad 2 introduction that went through the year of the first iPad. That's not just selling a product, that's loving a product.





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  • yac_moda
    Jul 21, 06:16 PM
    IMO the President has very little direct effect. Since the President barely affects the economy, there really isn't much he can do to the stock market. Anything he might do in the form of stimulus packages... tax cuts, credits, etc. take years to work it's way into the economy. That said, there can definitely be a long term effect from a president's actions.


    Your summation is a leap of faith, check your market history what I said has STRONG historical backing yours does NOT.

    The USA President has a HUGE effect day to day ON THE WORLD scene and that effects the value of the dollar and thus everything else especially foreign investment which is THE BIGGEST money flow.

    And Jimmy Carter is the BEST EXAMPLE of a disaster of foreign confidence.


    However, the Fed does not care about the stock market per se.

    I YOU believe THIS then you believe everything else he says and you are not paying any attention to WHAT HE DOES :eek:


    The Fed is interested in controlling inflation and the economy, avoiding overheating and softening downturns. Essentially, the Fed tries to "tune" the economy.

    Duuu !!


    The President can not restrict money supply. What you've seen over the past 25 years was basically 3 administrations (Reagan/Bush, Clinton, Bush Jr.) that essentially transitioned during downturns in the business cycle. Coincidence.

    Without any doubt the President can and does, by WHO he appoints to the position of Fed Chairman.

    Presidents that have a clue also have HUGE control over the money supply by how they fine tune and enforce immigration law, the demographics of entrepreneurialism is hugely effected in a relatively short time by emigration from europe since the average age of those emigrants is around 35.

    The Feds money supply adjustments are diluted by this immigration which has a BIG effect on economic growth and the job market, although I don't expect you to understand this.


    And I have no idea what "hyper ww competition from the internet" means.

    ��� I AM NOT SURPRISED !!!


    You just like to argue !





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  • OdduWon
    Jan 1, 06:14 PM
    with iTv,the new features in iChat (background images), and the rumors of new iSight and apple game console, perhaps we will se see some type of iToy like device.:p

    Also, with updates to iChat, perhaps we will see some smaller form of iSight for use with iTv and iPod/TelePod. This would also allow people to watch movies with friends around the world with a core animation powered keynote like Pic in Pic format.

    Or perhaps ^QT8^ will provide this function. ;)





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  • emotion
    Aug 16, 09:16 AM
    The addition of wireless really only makes sense if the iPod is to become a communication device (a protable iChat device, oh and apple make Jabber support better please!).

    The addition of itunes to the device (to get tunes directly into the iPod) breaks the model of the iPod being a "pod" for music that you fill and carry around.





    leekohler
    Mar 22, 11:45 AM
    I love how "gays" freak out when non-homosexual people do something. But yet when "gays" want to do something extreme it's because we don't accept them, so when they get in trouble it's a huge ordeal.

    To me this is like the people that don't support war. If a veteran was killed in action and a funeral is happening they can picket the funeral all day long (talk about bull ****!) But yet if we don't let them picket they freak out scream free rights free rights. Well guess what those veterans (me included since I serve) gave them that freedom to stand there in picket.

    Gays are the same way. I have no issue with gays, I don't agree with it but if your gay, be gay. Just don't expect the world to conform to your way of life, especially a country (United States) founded on Christianity. If anything go to a foreign country and complain then see how bad it really is to come out, unless it's Amsterdam, Iraq or Afghan they'll love your butt over there.

    Oh hell yes, you have a problem with gays. You just basically told us to shut up. Just because things are worse in other countries does not mean we don't work to make things better here. And you don't make things better by keeping quiet.

    The United States was also NOT FOUNDED ON CHRISTIANITY. There is not national religion in this country and it is expressly forbidden to do so in our Constitution.

    You don't like hearing gay people scream for our rights? Well then, give us our rights. We'll shut up. Until then, expect to hear it a lot more.





    Rodimus Prime
    Mar 22, 12:14 PM
    And their reasoning for picketing has nothing to do with opposition to the war.

    I don't think you'll find any anti-war groups protesting at funerals.

    I want to say I remember a few anti-war group protest at a funeral but did not make any real national head lines because it was not like the webro group protest.
    It was a more tasteful one so to speak saying we have dead soldiers because of the war but was not full of the hate and directly linked to the war.
    I am working off memory here but that sort of remember it.





    smithrh
    Apr 9, 09:12 PM
    Sure, I learned on stick-shift and drove several years with a variety of cars and trucks, including 3-on-the-tree 1978 Suburban (manual steering, manual brakes, what a bear that was!)... never drove a double-clutch though.

    Manuals - while they absolutely can be a fun riot - are losing their advantages over automatics, including fast-locking TCs and DCTs and such.

    Car manufacturers have to certify each car type - if they offer an automatic and a manual, that's two different cars to the US government's eyes, and both have to be tested.

    Plus, of all the major auto racing circuits, only NASCAR still uses stick shifts. That ought to tell people something...





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    Jan 22, 04:13 PM
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    Ugg
    Mar 31, 02:44 PM
    The American obsession with WWII simply isn't healthy.

    Admittedly, the Brits aren't very good at letting it go either.



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