Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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  • thatisme
    Mar 28, 01:39 PM
    EF-S lenses are EF mount lenses that have a smaller element in the rear of the lens that works ONLY on 1.6 crop sensor EF-S Canon cameras. With this design, the glass elements can be smaller and lighter than their EF counterparts, but are only compatible with the 1.6 crop sensor cameras. Design wise, the rear element is placed closer to the sensor than EF lenses.

    DO NOT use an EF-S lens on a 1.3 crop sensor (1D series cameras) or on a Full Frame 1.0 sensor (1Ds or 5D series cameras), as the rear element of the lens will interfere with the operation of the reflex mirror and may/ will cause damage to your camera.

    To the previous post about focal lengths, the difference in perceived focal length comes into account when you factor in the 1.6 cropped sensor. Since the sensor is physically smaller than a Full Frame or 1.3 crop sensor, it is essentially taking the image from the center portion of the lens.

    So, you WILL get different focal lengths from 2 identically marked lenses where one is an EF-S lens and the other is an EF lens.

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  • Slix
    Apr 19, 03:37 PM
    I wish Expos� would have been in iOS 4. I really don't like the current multitasking option.

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  • pubwvj
    Apr 5, 10:02 AM
    Huh. Are there other tablets out there? I mean besides the Ouija board and Etch-a-Sketch? I thought the others from Sony, HP, Microsoft and such were all just pre-manufacturing prototypes... I've seen iPads. Everywhere. Never seen any other brand.

    Speaking of such things, I have seen the Barnes and Noble Nook. Ugh. Ick. Yuck. Disgustipating. Maybe it was a joke. They had them at a Barnes and Noble setup for users to try out. Most didn't even work so they're not durable. Those that did work had problems with applications not functioning, books missing pages (in an eBook?!?) or not working, etc. Sound was poor. I'll save my money for an iPad.

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  • mrspoons
    Mar 15, 03:25 AM
    think (and this is from an increasingly foggy memory :) ) that its 1024 x 768.

    Ordered a standard VGA cable so I should have all my bases covered


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  • kingdonk
    Feb 28, 06:53 PM
    Hows great, lion just froze up, i did a hard restart and everything is there ready to carry on. with all the crashes/blue screen of death ms had years ago, you would of thought they would of done something like this.

    More server admin and one from server monitor, some reason it do sent work on my mac book pro.

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 19, 12:25 PM
    Who cares about Expose. Give me Multi-Touch Gesturing like I have on iPad 2. 4-5 finger swipe accross apps, 4-5 finger swipe up to show the mult-tasking pane; 4-5 finger pinch-close to get to the home screen........What can beat that??????

    AFAIK you can have it today on your iPhone if you buy X-Code for 4.99 and enable the developer preview.

    shake-to-anything is a bad idea.

    On a phone at least.

    Even worse of an idea on an iPad.


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  • ctucci
    Nov 5, 07:24 PM
    If it's a reader, I can see this working in concert with the new Easy Pay apple point of sale.

    I could walk through a store, hit "read" and conduct inventory instantly.


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  • mainstreetmark
    Mar 12, 07:20 PM
    I'd happily drive to Key West in search of a Mountain Dew Code Red.


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  • *LTD*
    Apr 30, 06:07 PM
    Considering that nearly all "Pro IT" overwhelmingly used Windows

    Their entire careers depend on maintaining an OS that needs constant maintenance. Windows is inherently broken, and an entire industry grew up to take full advantage of exactly that. Too funny.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Mar 11, 08:07 PM
    .. stuff ..

    I under stand what you are driving at, but the U.S. auto industry seems determined to "persuade" the American consumer to follow the guide-lines that THEY prescribe.

    If this continues, your only recourse is to pass on buying Big Three offerings, and trust your future to off-shore manufacturers.


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  • whatever
    Nov 14, 08:57 AM
    Since Apple introduced the video iPod I wondered why they didn't encourage both airlines and auto industry to add this functionality in their video devices.

    Imagine having two kids in the back of the car, both with their own video screen, watching their own movie, controlling it from their own iPods.

    guess the bigger question
    will this be available in coach or is this just a first class option?
    Like EmPower ports they will appear in phases. First in Business and First Class and the in Coach and expect it to be in all new planes. Some Airlines (like JetBlue) may elect to put them in all seats.

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  • drummerlondonw3
    Apr 5, 07:58 AM
    This is so on the money.

    I was just having lunch while watching a film on my iPad. Next table over a table of business people are showing off one of their new iPads. People respond so positively to the experience on so many levels it really has something for nearly everyone.

    The important thing that apple got was that making great computers for 2% of the population, or smaller, was one thing. Making a great piece of hardware for 95% of the world something else entirely and much more lucrative.


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  • MacNeXT
    Apr 9, 06:32 PM
    guys, if you really want to make some SERIOUS word-processing, i suggest you to try the LaTeX system :)
    LyX is what i miss most since i switch from linux to mac.

    I agree, I just made the switch. Once you're familiar with LaTeX, which will take some time, you will think anything else (including Word) is crap. I use TeXShop (, which I think is good, but I haven't tried any others.

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  • Knowimagination
    Mar 10, 08:29 PM
    I think I am going to do the University Park store since I have never been there and I have been to the Knox street store a lot.

    Probably get there around 1pm tomorrow hopefully the line won't be too bad.


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  • citi
    Apr 5, 11:48 AM
    Originally Posted by Mattsasa
    I don't think apple would go 128gb now.. There launching cloud soon, which is the future.

    How is "cloud" the future if bandwidth is still limited and not available everywhere? Cloud = server, This rebranding needs to stop.

    Plus, it's an ipod touch. It doesn't have cell service so it would still require local storage.

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  • mdntcallr
    Aug 14, 10:02 AM
    hah! actors!


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  • bizzle
    Apr 11, 06:14 PM
    I paid $3.50 today 87 in NJ. I fill up every three days for work. I get around 27-28 mpg in my 05 Civic Si.

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  • dukebound85
    Nov 17, 05:45 PM
    It doesn't. My and my friend's iPhones 4 have no problem without cover. Stop the paranoia and FUD.

    well mine does too without a case....:cool:

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  • MikhailT
    Mar 28, 09:05 AM
    When has Apple ever made anything more than "just a small improvement"?

    To many users, Snow Leopard is just a small improvement over Leopard.

    Sep 28, 07:29 AM
    They'd better start shipping the portables with more roomy hard drives soon...

    These software updates are getting HUUUUUUUGGGGGE!:(

    Just because the update is 100Mb (or whatever) does not mean that it needs 100Mb more disk space. If Apple want to update an executable then the updater contains the whole thing. So if the updater contains a new executable that is 10Mb and the existing one is 9.5Mb then you only need 0.5Mb more space.

    Apr 1, 03:17 PM
    I was excited for this app. when I heard about it. The evening it was released it kept crashing. I gave up on it then; and the intro is a little much too. I'm deleting it. Thanks for letting me down again TWC.

    Sep 20, 06:03 PM
    About 10 people have replied and corrected bigandy on his faux pas. I think we can let it go now, okay folks? :)

    May 4, 07:43 AM

    One can't argue about taste. I think the reasons you described for being a pc user are good ones. Usually mac users don't buy a mac because of the gaming but for the ease of use and stability.

    You might argue that your pc is indeed stable and you know how to use it. Well, if it's okay for you then all right. My experiences haven't been so good. It got on my nerves, how often error messages popped up when I was just using the pc for normal tasks and how often an installation couldn't be finished because of hardware incompatibilties.

    Still this hasn't become better, I think. At work, I get a special error message every day, which says something like "unexpected error". Well, as often as this one pops up, you can't call it unexpected any longer and that's what my collegues and me are joking about (grim humour). Also, my friends pc is shutting down suddenly since he installed something needed for his games. He couldn't find out yet, what he can do.

    All these things make me feel I made the right choice when switching three years ago.

    I have one question: What do you as a convinced pc user do on this site?

    Apr 8, 04:53 PM
    depends. This shut down I blame 70% on GOP an 30% on the dems.
    Reason Dem hold 30% is they screwed up by not getting a budget passed in 2010 when they controlled everything.

    And to think in 3-4 months we will see yet a new budget fight happen for 2012 budget.

    Before that we have the debt ceiling limit vote. If they don't vote to raise it, I shudder to think what will happen on the stock market.

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