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  • Earthquake info: Magnitude 3.0

  • trainguy77
    Nov 23, 03:38 PM
    Hi everyone, just joined the team.

    I have an iMac core duo going at it. She isn't much with her 1.83Ghz but it'll be at it 24h a day. It's about to complete it's first WU after 1day 19hours. It sounds a bit long to me compared to the times a say reading the thread, is this normal?

    Keep in mind some of the people in this thread are using Mac Pros.

    Which client are you using? Are both cores being used?

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  • From the New Zealand Red Cross

  • Keebler
    Jul 11, 03:52 PM
    the key to apple succeeding this battle is to win the rights with the movie industry.

    if bill gates gets there 1st, apple's in trouble.

    the immediate danger is that the movie execs now know that there will be 2 players, thus, I would imagine, lessening apple's power in negotiations. bad for us potentially given jobs' desire to create a level pricing field for dloaded movies.

    i would love to be a fly on the wall inside apple these days. i have a funny feeling that the 'ipod video' dev team is working overtime fixing issues and getting it ready for market.

    go apple go.


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  • derek1984
    Apr 13, 01:59 PM
    Touchscreen TV?!?

    Panasonic owns Pioneer KURO technology. I won't hold my breath for this even if it does become true.

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  • Feb 22, 2011. Damage to

  • HasanDaddy
    Mar 15, 09:45 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    And btw Fashion Islanders - I'm the guy in the orange jacket and tan cowboy boots - holla at ya boy! (and add me on facebook - hasan2008 at mac dot com)


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  • New Zealand rescuers refused

  • Macinthetosh
    Apr 22, 04:36 PM
    Why? I loved my iPhone 4 (before I lost it) but my 3GS is far easier to hold.

    I still prefer the iPhone4 design aesthetically, but the reason is the awesomeness of the exterior metallic antenna look, rather than the rectangular block shape. Although, a teardrop design would mean the loss of the external antenna, which would be disappointing from an aesthetic point of view, but something I could live with.

    By "teardrop," I am referring to the tapered look from top to bottom when viewed from a side-profile. I like the rounded edges of the original iPhone and slight hump on the back of the 3G because those are symmetrical (they are also nicer to hold than the iPhone 4).

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  • earthquake new-zealand

  • Legion93
    May 1, 10:45 PM
    Obama's speech was awesome


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  • Last month#39;s New Zealand

  • fkalwar
    Jul 24, 08:35 PM
    so would this be incorporated into the upcoming iPod, or the "next" update to the iPod?

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  • News - New Zealand Earthquake

  • pcnot4me
    Apr 11, 08:36 AM
    Click on the thumbnail for larger.280741

    This was taken in natural light on a Canon 7D with a 70-200 f4 L lens and a macro closeup adapter.

    This is my first post to this forum. I'm looking forward to many more.
    C&C welcome. Thanks.


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  • New Zealand Christchurch

  • strabes
    Apr 26, 12:18 PM
    I hope MobileMe will be free. Syncing with Google via exchange on iOS is decent but there are too many quirks, like not being able to put in custom fields for contacts phone numbers and email addresses (i.e. John Home), and archiving messages when the trash can button is pressed, etc. Also, I want to move away from google calendar because it has been so unreliable these days. So sick of seeing "Oops, we were unable to save this event. Please try again later" after I just spent 2 minutes typing it all in.

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  • This 2011 New Zealand

  • LightSpeed1
    Apr 11, 03:56 PM
    wonder what the price is. Actually, not sure if I want to know.I agree with you.


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  • New Zealand earthquake

  • Squonk
    Oct 24, 09:31 AM


    is the difference a big deal for audio/graphics work?

    I do not have a practical answer for you, but I had a similar question when I was upgrading the HD in my powerbook - I wanted the fastest drive I could afford as this would give my PB the biggest performance boost. What I found out is that the 160GB 5400 perpendicular drives have about 90-95% the performance throughput of a non-perpendicular 7200 drive. The reason being that because the bit are perpendicular, the drive needs to rotate a shorter amount to read the same amount of data. I know at the microscopic size of the data on the drives this seems hard to believe, but logically, it makes sense to me. My PB is a screamer by comparison to the 4200 drive that was in there, which has not bearing to your question of course...

    I suspect, that the 5400 160GB drive from Apple will have decent performance. Personally, I'm not impressed with the 4200 200GB offering, but for someone who needs more space and ultimate performance is not key, then this would be fine.

    That all being said, I look forward to finding out the specs & models of the actual drives Apple is putting in the new MBP's before I'd put money down on one.


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  • New Zealand Earthquake 2011

  • zync
    Jul 28, 11:03 AM
    When Microsoft claim that their investment might not pay off for five years, they're paving the way for failure. For the next two or three years, when pressed about the lack of profits, they can claim that the payoff will be in a couple of years from then. They won't have to actually admit that they've failed until after 2010. It's not dissimilar to Bill Gates claiming that there's an 80% chance of Vista shipping on time, it sounds positive, but few people believe it actually will ship in January. It's just paving the way for the next excuse.

    It's very important that Microsoft try very hard with Zune. They keep claiming that the iPod succeeded simply because of slick marketing, whereas everybody else knows that it succeeded by being an attractive proposition, combining style with ease of use. It was word-of-mouth publicity that really worked for the iPod. You can't buy that, it added massive value to the money that was spent on advertising.

    So here's Microsoft's opportunity to look at the last five years of the iPod, together with three years of iTMS, take it all in and apply their 'innovation', show us the ultimate product and then spend a fortune marketing it. There must be no doubt that Microsoft must be seen to throw everything into this project. Then Steve Jobs will be delighted to rise to the challenge and delight in humiliating Bill Gates.

    I really like that last paragraph, lol. I seriously doubt they'll even pose competition. There was an image that was supposedly an actual Zune player, and if it is it's already paving the road for failure.

    Honestly Microsoft will fail, and it's not because they are going to take forever to show anyone anything. Microsoft will fail because it doesn't understand the demographic it is trying to produce a product for. Microsoft may cater to business and such, but in the eyes of teenagers, many of whom are anti-establishment, Microsoft is simply not cool. Not only is Microsoft uncool, it doesn't understand what IS cool.

    Meanwhile, Apple is a huge corporation, and yet even people who hate large corporation love Apple. Apple knows how to market. Apple continuously sets the standard for good design year in, year out.

    Steve Jobs is cool. He's funny. Most people just think Bill Gates, though simply a figurehead now, is the devil (despite that recent huge charitable donation). Steve Ballmer is an oaf. Microsoft has neither the image or the talent to fight this battle. Hell, they've even started to slowly lose the grip on the industry that once held them so dear�business computing.


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  • new zealand earthquake

  • 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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  • WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A

  • TheMacFeed
    Jan 31, 04:07 PM
    That is very cool. I did not know such a thing existed.

    Why not?

    I have lenses for both, But I do have numerous adaptors that let me use my entire lens collection on all my cameras.
    So I do save money in that sense.


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  • New Zealand Earthquake 2011

  • Edge100
    Nov 3, 11:44 AM
    Multiprocessor support is way way cool. That could make me throw away my work machine and just keep working with my Mac Pro :-)

    Well... another thing that stops me from working with virtual machines is the lack of support for multi-monitor setups... I can't return to developing software with just one... so let's hope VMWare addresses this sometime, hopefully soon. I would really love to have my Mac with 3 monitors instead of my Pc with 2 and my mac with one... :-)

    Now I'm just waiting to get my invitation email... if it happens... :rolleyes:

    Agreed. Multiprocessor support is critical. I do audio production, and this would be a nice way of incorporating Windows-only software into my rig (for compatibility with others). But in Parallels, having access to only one core means my iMac is too slow to handle complex projects.

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  • MacBoobsPro
    Aug 15, 01:36 PM
    I believe icerabbit was referring to a feature to restore an item to its original location once putting it in the trash. Windows has this feature in the recycle bin and it's a handy little feature.

    This isn't to do with Time Machine as the user has not yet deleted the item from the Trash and the system.

    Sorry IceRabbit i misread your post. My bad! :o


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  • New Zealand Earthquake,

  • LagunaSol
    Apr 22, 05:00 PM
    Looks like everyone is copying Palm with the gesture area thing. First RIM now Apple.

    And by "copied Palm" of course you mean "patented themselves back before Feb. 2010."

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  • Christchurch NZ Earthquake

  • VirtualRain
    Apr 9, 03:54 AM (

    Camera Canon EOS REBEL T2i
    Exposure 0.001 sec (1/1600)
    Aperture f/3.5
    Focal Length 35 mm
    ISO Speed 100

    Interesting choice of focal point and depth of field. It makes me wonder what what it might look like with everything in focus.

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  • Bootstrap Bill
    Apr 13, 02:51 PM
    I think Apple would be better off licensing the technology to other manufacturers. This could become a new standard for TV.

    Oct 24, 07:46 AM
    i mean for everyone who waited this long, Santa Rosa is coming up soon, so why not wait for that as well? i say get what you need when you need it... there will always be newer tech down the line

    Jan 1, 05:51 PM
    So I concede. You guys are right, and I am wrong.

    Why concede? I think we are examining obesity pretty well as a group. Furthermore, the current level of obesity is really everyone's problem, as the level affects our society as a whole.

    This lady in question though blows my mind as the article has framed it to appear that her goal is to gain weight. Perhaps the article misinterpreted what she meant.

    Mr. Dee
    Jul 10, 06:13 PM
    If they add the "word processing mode", then that simultaneously renforces my gripes with it (see other threads), then negates them.

    It's an extra step in setting up a document, but I like the thought of it from a productivity standpoint. As long as there's no Clippy.

    I am sure Apple will be wise enough to have an option in Preferences for Pages to set the default start up mode. So if you know you do mostly wordprocessing, it will automatically start in that. Also, you should be able to toggle modes.

    Apr 25, 09:54 PM
    The pain will go away. And I promise that if the seer ever clears you, I won't vote for you.
    Well, would you at least make me a condolence PB&J?

    May 4, 03:01 AM
    Although I think the Rep is probably correct, their source of information is likely to be from forums such as this.

    I know product managers at a telecoms company and they themselves do not get light of new products until very close to the release date

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