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justin timberlake and jessica biel 2010

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  • jessica.
    May 1, 09:57 PM
    Dead and I believe this is a good thing.

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 28, 06:51 PM
    The heat is an issue, for now I can open windows and use fans but by next summer I will have to do something about it. I'm actually contemplating cutting a hole in the basement floor (concrete) and digging down several feet to place a tubing coil that could be used to cool the cpu's directly with water blocks. That would require a manifold to distribute the coolant to all of the cpu's and possibly gpu's. That might be cheaper electric wise but would take money and time to implement. Wait a sec, I just realized I already have a hole in the floor for the sump, hmmmm. Anyway I have some time to contemplate the possibilities, and I can do all of the work myself. I know some folks in the heating/cooling business that could help design a system so I will maybe talk with them at some point. Another possibility is a small window ac just for the computer room or moving everything to the basement where it is cooler anyway... but damp in the spring. Lots of possibilities - Google is my friend :D

    well good luck with that. it sounds like you'll have fun tackling that job. me, on the other hand, isn't. but i'm in an apartment for now, until around july of next year. and then i'll be moving to another apartment. and hopefully soon after that, a house. just depends on my job. but until i have a house, it seems my ac will be on all the time

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  • iMeowbot
    Oct 23, 08:34 AM
    This means you can't use the *same* installation of Vista Home inside a virtualization technology on the "licensed device".
    This is incorrect. The license says nothing at all about the "same installation" or any such nonsense. If that's what they meant, that's what they would have written.

    The clause is there so that MS can lean on companies that want to buy bargain basement Windows and run multiple instances of it under Linux. They want customers to pony up for the expensive version if they want to do that at all.

    This isn't the type of clause that would make sense for them to try to audit personal users, too much cost for too little revenue. Business users really do need to avoid the home versions if they want to run virtually.

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  • admyrick
    Sep 12, 08:55 PM
    Got this shirt this morning...

    Where did you get this from?


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  • ptysell
    Apr 29, 03:58 PM

    Apple plays by the rules and gets screwed on their music contracts.
    Amazon says screw the music labels and gets a better price.

    I love how people make the argument that the labels hate Apple because of its "control". I hate to break it to ya but Amazon gives them the middle finger time and time again.

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  • calderone
    Feb 1, 05:12 PM
    Taxes, fat refund this year (compared to last year) :D


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  • ezekielrage_99
    Jul 24, 11:49 PM
    So, in conclusion - get the S530 instead!,CRID=2162,CONTENTID=11420

    I got one of those a few weeks ago and it rocks, Apple keyboard and mouses just don't compete.

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  • Tonezorz
    May 4, 09:22 AM
    Bunch of lying crap.

    Thanks for calling me a liar. My date moved, without explanation, as quoted in the story. The only thing I can personally think of is dropping a third line from the family plan. Other than that, and thanks to autopay, my bill for the remaining two iPhones on the plan is rather expensive, and always paid in full and on time, so the other argument is invalid as well.


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  • rsocal
    Apr 24, 11:23 AM
    A friend in IT was all over his new EVO, saying and trying to show how superior it was to his old iPhone. Within a month or two the EVO was gone, replaced with an iPhone4. Why? He said it was a dead end. While a few things were really nice, it was buggy, there were too few apps, and it was just no fun to use.
    Life should be fun, not fraught with glitches and a tool that had no soul.

    That's what's been happening with a lot of people, they try all the "iPhone killers" and swear by them for a week or so, then all they do is complain and say I wish I got an iPhone! Most of the people I know that went that route are iPhone owners now.:cool::apple:

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  • zeemeerman2
    Apr 14, 05:14 AM
    Well, it is almost time for a new iMac to be released, isn't it? (Or a Mac Mini, Mac Pro, or MacBook for that sake)

    iX... At first you could think about the Roman Number 9. But as you all know, in the upper part of X, you can also find the Roman number V. So that makes 14 then. (IX + V)

    Now, the iMac shipped in 1998, while now it's 2011. 13 years of difference. Almost fourteen. Coincidence? I think not. Maybe that's a hint from Apple?

    Then you got Mac, with a capital M, and a lowercase a and c. In M you can find I, V, and I, which together make (IV + I) 5. In a you can find c and I, which totals in 11 (C+I). Then you got the c, which of course, just translates in 10.
    5 + 11 + 10 equals 26. As much as all letters in the Roman (aka Latin) alphabet.

    Which leads us to believe that we have not to count the Roman numbers, but just the Roman letters.
    M is the 13th letter of the alphabet.
    A is the first letter of the alphabet.
    C is the 3rd letter of the alphabet.
    TOTAL: 17.

    Now we all know Apple's marketing. And you know that's a hint from the name in the title: MarketingName. Big words mean more to Apple than big numbers. "This computer is fantastic" is more advertised than "This computer has 8 GB of RAM". So that can conclude that we'll have to substract the Roman numbers from the Roman letters.

    26 - 17 = 9. Nine indeed. Got it?

    9 was also the number iX, which we started with. This leads us to believe we have to be on the right track.

    Now what are those dots in between the words?

    Anyone else can further elaborate this? Thanks for your help.

    Edit: I forgot the lower case i in iX. I used it as an uppercase letter. So maybe that only counts as 0.5 instead? So that equals 13.5 with the V included. That only gives Apple 6 months to finish the new unknown thing!


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  • daneoni
    Apr 22, 04:27 PM
    I don't buy it. Sounds nice but i don't buy it for an iPhone 5 revision...iPhone 6 maybe. Looks like everyone is copying Palm with the gesture area thing. First RIM now Apple.

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  • jon1987
    Apr 28, 04:47 PM
    Here's another way to slice it (literally). Flipped half the image. Left the guidelines on this one as well.

    Image (

    I agree that this is no substitute for measuring the actual phone, but, at least in that photo, they are identical. Certainly not off by 1mm as the original post states.

    Are we the only ones who can see that these photos have identical size iPhones in them? Ha


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  • cms2
    Apr 15, 02:07 PM
    Yep...I mean no, er uh...iCal is ugly :(

    That really is disheartening. I used iCal for years in school, and now that I'm starting my own practice I've got the entire office scheduling through iCal. I guess ugliness won't be a good reason to switch to something else... and I'll hold out hope that Apple makes this "feature" optional before Lion is released. Unlikely, though, I'd guess.

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  • ivladster
    Mar 31, 08:31 PM
    265 negatives. 95 positives.

    Wow, tough crowd.

    IMO it doesn't look THAT bad. You all have to understand Apple is really pushing hard to get (iOS) iPad users to switch to OS X for their desktop needs as opposed to Windows switches. There are so many iOS features that are being built-in, I guess Apple figures they'll add the same visual cues in their applications to make it a simpler transition.

    It's funny though, the OS itself is more monochrome this time around, but their applications are much more...."festive". :|


    The audience here are the most toughest critics, but general public will appreciate the changes.
    I personally see nothing wrong with making software look like a real thing. It's one of the most natural user interfaces because people know how to use books, paper, and folder tabs.


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  • dextertangocci
    Aug 15, 01:30 PM
    What is that "springing" option with the dock?

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  • MacRumors
    Dec 1, 01:56 PM (

    Last month's Month of Kernel Bugs ( (MOKB) has concluded, and a total of 10 Mac OS X vulnerabilities has been found. The vulnerabilities were wide-ranging, from a wireless driver exploit ( to a system call (, multiple disk image vulnerabilities (, and most recently an AppleTalk vulnerability (among others). Apple patched the first wireless driver exploit ( along with other unrelated vulnerabilities this week, however all remaining MOKB vulnerabilities remain un-patched.

    MOKB organizer "LMH" spoke to MacRumors about the project. According to LMH, most of the project's time was spent on Linux and the Mac OS, both of which were described as "not hard" to break.

    The Linux kernel takes little time to break. I'm more familiar with the code and thus it also takes less time to isolate issues. OS X kernel (XNU) takes less time but depending on the area you're checking, debugging and isolation may require a bit more time (if you take into account that AppleTalk source code is almost unreadable and totally deprecated) [...] I didn't have much time left for working on Microsoft Windows but I've received the most helpful feedback from the MSRC people on potentially interesting stuff to check. Not a huge reference of internal code nor NDA covered documents, but at least enough to start with.

    In LMH's point of view, the state of Mac OS X security is not great.

    From the technical perspective, OS X security is rather poor, at least when it comes to kernel-land code. This isn't a sign of negligence of Apple, but obviously when you take code from many different places and stick it together, it's prone to problems. Not just new ones but also old issues that 'went under the radar'. [...] (ed note: now comparing MS to Apple) I can say that Microsoft has a more thorough auditing process and investment when it comes to kernel code than Apple. They also have the advantage of having such code being produced within the company. Mac OS X kernel, for example, depends heavily on FreeBSD development. A security flaw in the FreeBSD kernel will likely affect OS X and probably other BSD "flavours"

    However, just because LMH is a bit critical of Mac OS X's security, don't call him an Apple-hater.

    Taking security arguments apart, I have to say that Mac OS X is a pretty well integrated system. It's tightly packaged [...] and nice looking. I'm an OS X user myself and I certainly feel like Apple has invested long time on tweaking the little details. Now they just have to invest a little more on security matters, but not hiring a 'turnover security firm' to do the consulting that leaves the job half done. That's what failed, IMHO.

    First Adware for Mac OS X?
    In related news, F-Secure claims to have received what is possibly the first ever proof-of-concept Adware program for Mac OS X ( The program, dubbed iAdware, will launch Safari to specified web pages when the user used any number of applications, and installation of the adware did not require admin privileges.

    [ Digg This ( ]


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  • rusty2192
    Apr 6, 07:53 PM
    Today's shot is a place I bet many of you didn't know existed. It is a "tourist/post card" picture, but I wanted to use it anyway just to see how many recognize it.

    Well, considering you have posted a few shots from Hop-town, I am about 99.999% sure where it is, but I'll play along and see if anyone else has a guess. I may just have a slightly unfair advantage, even though I have never been to this site specifically ;)

    The Cherokee Memorial Park in Hopkinsville, KY, is where Chief Whitepath and Fly Smith, a clan leader, are buried. This site was one of the ration stops along the Trail of Tears. (

    This is a really powerful shot. Great composition. I think the only thing that could make it better would perhaps be a little fill flash on the statues. I've really been enjoying your work. Just curious, if you don't mind me asking, what brought you to Hopkinsville? That's quite a ways from Atlanta.

    Mine for today. Taken at the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial. (
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  • Macinthetosh
    Apr 22, 04:18 PM
    I have never been a fan of the teardrop form factor.

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  • pudrums
    Sep 16, 05:17 PM
    Exposure Assistant

    Surely not the most beautiful app in the store, but it is quite handy and only costs 0.79�

    Jul 24, 05:17 PM
    I love my MM, makes me miss the scroll ball when I use anything else.

    If buttons or wheel aren't working right for you, why don't you just take it back and get a replacement under warranty?

    Dec 29, 03:41 PM
    I feel sorry for her toilet.

    When one starts approaching the weight of worlds fattest person they can no longer get to the toilet. So I feel sorry for the person with bed pan duty:eek::eek::eek:.

    May 3, 08:08 AM
    Once again, the iMac packs more processing power than the Mac Pro. (Even if you have a single hex-core.)

    For perhaps a month before the Mac Pros are released at WWDC.

    May 4, 09:35 AM
    pfft, this should not be front page news, hell not even second page... just a bunch of hearsay from a CR that knows nothing about it and speculates BS.

    No kidding! You'd think this whole site was just based on "rumors". Jeeze!

    Aug 15, 05:01 PM
    It must just be where I live but...everyone I know uses AIM, ichat, or adium (my weapon of choice) I dont have a single friend that uses yahoo or msn

    It does vary quite a lot by where you live. Living in Sweden (and coming from the UK) just about everyone I know uses MSN.

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