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  • yac_moda
    Jul 19, 07:38 PM
    Ah, those were the days.

    A one page web-site, drooling capital venurists, a silly name like "", and the day of your IPO your stock was $100 a share. Set for life I tell ya.

    NOT NEAR AS BAD AS THE ROARING 20s when many IPOs were openly pyramid schemes -- pyramid scheme TODAYS HOUSING MARKET :eek: :mad:

    Have you ever noticed that old timers LIKE pyramid schema !!!

    I guess that is why DELL was once sooo popular :rolleyes:

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  • Markleshark
    Sep 6, 06:48 AM
    Wow... Pleaseeeeeee let it be

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  • Nameci
    Apr 11, 01:41 AM
    Easy for a stick shift... I can drive almost anything as long as it has 2 wheels or more...

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  • RayLancer
    Oct 2, 10:43 AM
    I also bought mine from ebay

    I bought one shipped from California on ebay. Maybe I just have horrible luck seeing that you and wolfboy had no issues. I already bought some silcone cases for protection for the 2 iPods I own, but I guess I can give this another shot...

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  • pointandclick
    Mar 1, 10:03 PM
    Yep all of them are hard drives, i have 2TB in each one and then a RAID-0 with 2x2TB.

    How are they connected? I've never bothered with external drives. NAS is where it's at. ;) I don't even like to think about trying to transfer terabytes of data over usb. Plus being able to use the storage from multiple machines without having to plug/unplug.
    Just rebuilt mine with 3x2tb in raidz.

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  • Stoutman11
    Jan 28, 02:08 PM

    I put some painted grills on it yesterday, and had pre- and post-cat O2 sensors installed along with the fuel filter today. It looks pretty good for a car with 103k miles on the odo (I'm the original owner).

    very clean! looks nice

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 4, 11:54 AM
    well i finally made it to 7 digits. over 1 million points for folding@home. now we just need more people to get the team striving again

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  • nmrrjw66
    Apr 8, 01:14 PM
    So who's Obama gonna blow up next? Syria, Yemen?

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  • reel2reel
    Apr 12, 10:22 PM
    Well, looks like I was right on the mouche. :D

    You're not taking into account that the price is for FCP X alone, not the whole suite of app's

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  • kingtj
    Sep 7, 02:24 PM
    I thought this was a great idea too, except when I mull it over - I'm not so sure Apple will really go there. With the larger variety of Intel iMacs available now, it looks like Apple's really trying to build one for every possible home-user or small office user's need. I agree that it'd be nice to have an expandable, upgradable Mac with no display built-in that doesn't carry the price tag of the Mac Pro line -- but think about users like us who say that. We're in the minority of "power users" or "more advanced users". Apple has made it pretty clear that if you're in that category, they want you to invest in one of their "Pro" systems. Otherwise, they cater to folks who see their computer as an appliance or tool and just want something they can pretty much plug in and use. These customers are not interested or comfortable doing things like opening up a system and upgrading video cards.

    The Mini is Apple's answer to any remaining "casual users" who throw a fit because they just want a new computer to plug into their existing keyboard, mouse, monitor, and maybe USB hub they bought before.....

    The "void" you talk about in Apple's product line is one I *think* Apple leaves there willfully.

    cmon apple. get a clue.

    these little mini's are nice but not great. there is a real void in your product lineup.

    we need something with like a intel conroe chip, larger case, the ability to put in a better graphics card, and the basics like more ram, bigger hard drive and stuff.

    give us a bigger mid sized tower type computer.

    we all don't want to buy something with a screen. nor do we want some tiny puny non-upgradeable thing like the mac mini.

    give us better options.

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  • williwilli
    Aug 7, 02:49 AM
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  • feare
    Apr 2, 08:43 AM
    It's definitely a lot smoother than the first preview was, especially in the animation department. Mission Control is no longer choppy for me, and while opening folders in launchpad is still choppy, it is much less so than in the first preview (I'm also on my Cinema Display right now, which seems to push my 2009 13" mbp).

    In fact, animations on the whole seem to be smoother than in SL. When using my cinema display, opening large stacks tended to be a little choppy, but now they open smoothly.

    And the default wallpaper is much improved.

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  • DoFoT9
    Mar 21, 04:17 PM
    I guess I'm number 1 on the team now :cool:

    your electricity bill must be outrageous!

    what do you do?

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  • ernestc
    Jan 11, 10:42 PM
    Maybe Apple's poster actually says more but we can't see the bottom?

    Something like: "There's something in the air... blow it out your ass Microsoft" :p


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  • rockthecasbah
    Jul 13, 10:46 PM
    I'm sure that the drive with be built-to-order only. They are far too expensive and appeal to such a small audience (right now) that having it standard would just iritate people buying pro line equipment who don't need these drives yet because of the unnecessary costs.

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  • vincebio
    Nov 28, 10:55 AM
    In fact - that comparison is a little early. Make the same one in 5 years.


    Peter O - 'remember 4 years ago when microsoft tried to bring an out ipod thingy called Zoine, or something like that' :rolleyes:

    Steve J - 'not really'

    Peter O - 'in fact, what ever happened to microsoft anyway?'

    Steve - 'Who Cares?'

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  • saxon48
    Mar 22, 04:08 PM
    Phew. Killing the Classic would be a terrible mistake. The death of an icon right there.

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  • econgeek
    Apr 12, 09:12 PM
    Fine. You all go and apply to work at a post house and put "iMovie" on your resume. See how long it takes for them to laugh you out the door.

    You're claiming there are ignorant bigots in the industry. I don't think anyone disagrees with you. The better qualifier for an editor would be to see some of their work. Someone who can achieve greatness with iMovie probably is a better editor than someone who can achieve the same greatness with FCP.

    I haven't really used iMovie since HD, so to be honest I don't really care what they do to it. It's "Super quick to capture and edit DV" time has come and gone.

    Even before the reworking you are complaining about it was an HD product, not a DV product. And if you haven't used it, one what basis are you saying it time has come and gone? Prejudice?

    On the manufacturing side, the creating side the professional side there are many times complex problems to solve and those problems require more complicated tools.

    You really are worried that Final Cut Pro will not be more complicated than iMovie??!

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  • nilk
    Mar 25, 01:50 PM
    You can upgrade to the latest 5870 card if you wanted to right now. It might not be 'officially' supported but you can still do it.

    Supposedly the 5870 won't work on Mac Pro 1,1 with specific firmware (MP11.005C.B08 won't work).

    From a comment at

    With regard to the Mac Pro 1,1, it apparently depends on your system's firmware and your version of Mac OS X. If your firmware version is MP11.005C.B00 or MP11.005D.B00, it should work. If your Mac Pro's firmware version is MP11.005C.B08, it will NOT work. If you have the correct firmware, you must have at least Snow Leopard 10.6.4 to use the card to its fullest.

    Oct 1, 01:40 AM
    Actually I just wiped the inside of the case a bit with sandpaper and the watermarks are mostly eliminated. It basically looks like I brush metaled the iPod without actually doing so. It'll probably scratch the hell out of my iPod if I leave in for too long but I figure I'm never rocking this thing naked anyway so might as well.

    Yeah they're not that great, but it does keep it pretty safe for a cheap temporary case. Its very hard to squeeze into when you first get it, but once you do, the case loosens. A little too loose actually.

    Both the cases I got were like warped out of place or something. It wouldn't properly cover the iPod like in your pictures.

    Mar 26, 04:18 PM
    Hardcore gaming will never change to the extent it doesn't need a controller and as such the market isn't going to change. Sure I can't wait until I play starcraft or the like on an ipad, but I won't be ditching any of my consoles.

    You clearly lack any sort of vision. You couldn't be more wrong about the future of gaming.

    Apr 11, 01:39 AM
    The only automatic I've ever owned was a car that was only ever made in auto form: a Jaguar XK8. Fortunately in the UK most mainstream cars are still available in manual.

    There is another disturbing trend though: many modern manual cars (VAG group cars I'm look at you) won't let you use all three pedals at once. This is terrible for the spirited driver as you cannot heal and toe down the box. Kills the slight enjoyment one might get from driving a bland hatchback like a Golf.

    It is only a question of how fast you can shift and how good your are with the clutch and the throttle. There is no need to use all three pedals at once, when you know what you are doing. If you want proof, come over to my place and I will go fast with you on some country roads with and you won't even notice that I am shifting gears, except from the different noise the engine is doing.

    In the old times "Heel and Toe" was interesting especially for Rallye drivers who wanted to get the RWD car into a controlled drift by using the throttle and the brake at the same time. Something you will not be able to do with a FWD Golf anyway.

    Dec 5, 01:55 AM
    According to "SanDisk tied Apple Computer, with 39 percent of all MP3 players sold for the week, but the similarities end there. iPods led all manufacturers with 66 percent of dollars spent in the category, while SanDisk had 18 percent...

    Those figures do not include iPods sold directly from Apple, which does not release sales figures from or Apple stores...

    Microsoft's much-ballyhooed MP3 player, the Zune, captured 2.1 percent of units sold, tying with Disney and coming in behind Apple, SanDisk, Creative and Memorex."

    Lord Blackadder
    Feb 23, 01:21 AM
    Anyway, here is my point on the diesel vs. hybrids: After a quick glance around the web, I see the Toyota Prius stats at $23,050 and is rated at 51/48 MPG. The 4 door Golf TDI starts at $23,885 and is rated at 42/30 for the auto. Given the differences in mileage and difference in fuel prices, it is really hard for the average buyer to justify buying a diesel. Yes, I have read all over the internet about people getting insane mileage out of the diesels, but most people are just going to look at the ratings and compare that.

    They will, but VW rated its mileage conservatively, because they wanted to make sure their new diesel didn't promise more than it delivered. I think that VW may revise those numbers in the future.

    A diesel is still simpler, cheaper and potentially more reliable than a hybrid, and gives better fuel economy than a gasoline-engined car. So there is a definite market there, one that is likely to grow in the near future.

    They are exempt from CAFE( since HD's are supposed to be work trucks and all), but they are required to meet the new diesel emissions laws.

    True, that's a good point. But my original point was that the "Americans don't want diesels" argument doesn't hold water if people are buying diesel trucks in healthy numbers.

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