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  • pyramid6
    Nov 28, 03:13 PM
    I would argue, that MS success isn't because of it's OS, it's because of third party support.

    Take Windows. It's horrible, but too many companies have too much software invested in Windows software.
    Take the XBox, the X box was built on DirectX, which made it much easier to program than the PS2. So third party companies could program for the XBox.

    The Zune is from scratch, no third party companies to help push it. No corprate ITs to demand you buy it and use it.

    The Zune is what Microsoft is without its monopoly.

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  • Horrortaxi
    Apr 17, 12:42 PM
    WRONG !! The Mac was meant for everyone !!
    Look at the pricing of Apple produts and tell me they're for everyone. Apple didn't make a mistake and dial the wrong price into their price gun, they did it on purpose. The $400 eMachine PC--THAT is meant for everyone.

    Read Apple's own statement and tell me where it says their computers are for everyone:

    Here's to the crazy ones.... The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently.... You can praise them, disagree with them, quote them, disbelieve them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can't do is ignore them. Because they change things.
    Maybe they have to be crazy. How else can you stare at an empty canvas and see a work of art? Or sit in silence and hear a song that's never been written? Or gaze at a red planet and see a laboratory on wheels?
    We make tools for these kinds of people. While some see them as the crazy ones, we see genius.
    Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.

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  • BornAgainMac
    Nov 15, 09:19 AM
    I wonder how Handbrake, iDVD encoding, or Quicktime encoding will take advantage of the extra cores?

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  • copykris
    Nov 23, 06:52 PM
    Small Pelican case for my Oakley Glasses, (as seen on the last page of the XIV Purchases Thread)

    Have room for another pair too, Maybe I'll find another pair that I like in the future.



    that seems awful clunky as a container for a pair of sunglasses...

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  • spencers
    Jan 6, 09:56 AM
    To the BMW guys, how reliable is the E46 325i?
    I have a chance to pick one up for a fairly low cost (Less than $6,000 canadian). It is pretty much mint and VERY well maintained.
    Car has a bit higher miles (~125,000 miles/ 205,000km), but I am guessing well maintained they will last quite a while?

    I really enjoyed my brothers E36, and I just got rid of my project cars so I figure this would be a nice change.

    If properly maintained, mileage holds no bounds! BMW's will go to 250k easy.

    Bimmerforums is mainly an E36 site. Bimmerfest is a better E46 resource.
    E46Fanatics is another good forum. If you can sift through all the BS posts, there's a wealth of information hiding within.

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  • shervieux
    Jun 23, 06:53 PM
    Remember this design? Maybe they THOUGHT it was a touch enabled iMac, but just the iPad in a dock that looked like an iMac:

    Something like this could be feasible now that the iPad is out. Throw in the rumored MagicPad and the Magic Mouse, along with a slim keyboard, and voila, a touch enabled iMac-like computer.

    Just a thought.

    :D Yes, give me an imac doc where I can auto sync my ipad / mac os x and run both traditional os x software and ipad apps from the mac. That would be cool and definately looking forward to. I would love to not have to worry about syn'cing ever again. maybe this is also why we have not heard anything about iwork or iLife 10 yet. I mean it is getting pretty late in the year and they are not out with it yet.

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  • vaderhater245
    Mar 18, 03:41 AM
    just started back up on team MR with my GTX 260 equipped PC(play) running 24/7. Don't trust my i5 iMac(work) enough to run it 24/7.

    edit: seems that im getting about 8k ppd between a E6750 OC @ 3.4 and GTX 260 Core 216. Normal or not?

    Already at 481st place too, this team needs a comeback!

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  • dethmaShine
    May 3, 04:56 AM
    A good uninstaller is need in OS 10. I'd like to know where and how much is installed.

    That's what Apple's trying NOT to do.

    They don't want you to care about these issues what so ever. If you are interested, use an external software.

    I remember a post that I read on MR some time back. It explained that there are some tasks that we should not be doing but we do out for our own sake; as if they are built into us. There are some tasks which we just do and don't realize we are doing them. They slowly transform into a habit and we can't get them go away just like that.

    For eg. quitting of apps. Apple does NOT want us to quit the apps ourselves. They believe its high time the computers become self aware as to what they should be doing and taking care of their user's habits.

    You shouldn't care about the installation files and other data. Just drag them out out to the trash and BOOM!.

    The reason you have plist files and other data stored on the computer because the developers wanted so. Apple now strictly states that any data must be saved in the app and the library folder should not be referenced at all.

    In my opinion, just like on Windows, its the developers responsibility to attach an uninstaller with their app Or just a simple script which keeps a track of all the files that were dumped in the machine and then just do a recursive remove on all the files and folders and done. It's the fault of developers and not Apple.

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  • jephrey
    Jul 14, 10:53 AM
    I thought that there were other benefits to BD, therefore I've been backing their effort. I read that the scratch resistance of a BD is amazing. I know that there's a size issue at this point, but 25G on one layer is nicer than 30 on 2. Yes, you're going to pay for it, but there's much more "potential" with BD. We justified the expense of our macs using a similar argument. Finally, I think that in the future, we'll be needing that extra space on the 2-6 layers of a BD for uncompressed or losslessly compressed Hi-Fi audio/video. And is BD limited to MEPG-2, or can't it do MPEG-4 h.264 ? But all this may be bunk. I'm waiting for the first HVD to come out, then I can just stour a few TB on each disc. I'll just burn a main and a backup and keep all my digital data on them.


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  • Eric5h5
    Mar 25, 05:21 PM
    30fps is far from "silky smooth", but that's still pretty cool.


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  • roach
    Nov 30, 03:06 AM
    Well, then you don't understand Apple's magic. That's precisely where
    they are good at: make complicated things simple.
    It's like a Sony TV remote control compared to others : when you use it, you find everything else too much complicated...

    How do you record channel 105 from 5:30PM to 6:30PM on Friday? Damn...that would take forever with 4 buttons.

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  • BJB Productions
    Apr 12, 10:09 PM
    ...and what about the rest of the Pro apps? Just wondering.

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  • gwuMACaddict
    Mar 19, 04:59 PM
    Like O'reileys viewers play and listens to Rap. Apple is lost when it comes to marketing and building computers for the masses.

    but they buy it for their kids... c'mon, apple is HARDLY lost when it comes to marketing... many of my PC friends rave about the way apple has marketed the iPod and their iMac... many of them are switchers because the comercials got them interested

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  • senseless
    Apr 9, 04:35 PM
    Manual (stick) shift cars are rare today and I'm wondering how many people still know how to drive them. How did you learn and do you have a desire to own one?

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  • Cleve
    Jan 11, 08:29 PM
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  • Eraserhead
    Nov 28, 11:23 AM
    I remember playing on an XBox soon after it came out, it had Halo and a Hard drive, which made it better hardware-wise than the PS2 and it had a really good exclusive game (though GTA which is on the PS2 is better). So I don't think the XBox was too bad really. I don't think comparisons can be made with the Zune this time.

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  • know-it-all5
    Jan 3, 04:34 PM

    I have had a look at Macrumor's buyers guide. Except for the MacBook that is even very new, everything else is apparently only half way through its life cycle. So it would really be surprising if something got updated. Is this even more of a reason to expect someting REALLY NEW??:eek:

    i agree... we should stop looking at current products and start thinking of possible things that are new. True video ipod, iTV, and even the iphone, though i doubt apple is stupid enough to enter the cellphone market.

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  • Yahgo
    Sep 7, 10:32 AM
    I forgot to mention this in my earlier post.

    Netflix and Blockbuster's Mail Delivery Business Plan is flawed. Here's why:

    1) Physical DVDs starch and become useless after many times of use or by shipping and handling.

    2) Shipping Cost is only going to increase and this is an overhead that NO COMPANY WANTS. Plus having to maintain distributing centers in each state with physical inventory that has to be maintained, organized and checked for quality control.

    3) People watch movies on an impulse. Do you ever plan what movie you are going to watch several days in advance? NO. I know at my house, we subscribed to Blockbusters DVD Mail Service only because we get 2 Free in-store movie rentals each month. This is because I don't know what I want to watch, until I go to the store and see what they have available and what MOOD we're in. Maybe I felt like a Comedy a couple of days ago, but now I want a Thriller, so instant gratification is a BIG KEY to this new service from Apple. Whatever mood you are in, you don't have to wait a few days to receive it from Netflix, just to play it and it's so starched up that you are not able to view it.

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  • ShiftClick
    Apr 12, 10:24 PM
    Not true. If you buy a Mac-app or iOS app all the updates for that version are free. A new version is a whole new program that must be bought again on both platforms.

    What confuses you is that most iOS developers have decided to just keep updating their first version forever and not come out with a whole new version because they've decided that makes more sense on a smart phone than it does on a desktop machine.

    But that's a business decision, not a technical one. A developer could do it either way on either platform.

    MLB AtBat comes to mind, its been a purchase each year.

    Chris Bangle
    Jan 7, 01:41 PM
    Apple=30years ipod=5years website=10 years apprently... Any other momentous birthdays?

    Jan 4, 03:27 PM
    For a word processor, I'm using Open Office...I'm pretty happy with it except that it uses X11.

    Maybe Apple will announce an Aqua port of Open Office that comes installed on all new products...that would be sweet. They'd have to rip out the power point tool to not canibalize Keynote.

    For the rumor on the thin mb and mbp, I'll be damn pissed. I just got my mb because it was updated in November. If they do an upgrade that fast, I'll be really pissed off.

    What's wrong with a MacBook and:

    a) Pages
    b) MS Word (yuck... but ymmv)
    c) Framemaker in Boot Camp


    Agreed, the world of word processing isn't overrun with great apps. Times change, and word processing just isn't sexy any more... even though there are plenty of theses and books and magazine articles still being written.

    (I notice that MS are preparing to give away updates to Office 2007 - and Vista - to anyone that got Office pre-installed on their PC. Talk about abusing their monopoly... No struggling WP developer can hope to survive against those sort of tactics.)

    With a bit of luck Pages 3.0 will be along next week. Hardly a keynote showstopper, but props to Apple for getting into that market at all. Pages is cute.

    If you specifically need the long-doc and publishing features of Framemaker, then it's Windows time. Sad but true. Take it up with Adobe.

    Nov 28, 10:11 AM
    I was in FYE last night, and out of curiosity, asked the sales assistant how they were selling. They hadn't sold a single one.

    I was in a very busy SuperTarget on Black Friday and their electronics employee said they haven't sold any since the release. He also had an iPod Nano clipped to his belt and said that he's been steering people towards iPods. The Best Buy near where I live has only sold 9 Zunes since the release. Poor numbers for a holiday season.

    Nov 29, 03:33 PM
    Its outputs are HDMI and component video. It is designed for HD content.The Question is will it do 1080p & 720p or just 480p?

    Nov 27, 11:09 PM
    I'll be shocked if it doesn't have an Apple remote IR receiver and an iSight. Seems pretty logical to me.

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