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  • tvguru
    Sep 25, 11:10 AM
    Is there shown any RAW cameras supported in 1.5 that weren't in the current version? I wasn't up on that since mine was supported and that's all that mattered to me, but if there are new camera's supported it would point to 10.4.8 to be released later this week too.

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  • MorphingDragon
    Apr 15, 08:36 AM
    still cheaper than a lot of the competition. before we went to sql 2005 we looked at Oracle. by the time you bought the add on packs it was almost $1 million for our installation. SQL was 1/4 that.

    AD might be a bit expensive but the AD forests people created in Windows 2000 can be upgraded every version with minimal issues and it works out of the box. with other products you first have to spend months creating your schema, pray it doesn't break when used with other products and upgrading can be a big PITA. AD is the apple of corporate IT. you don't need a team of geeks toiling away for months to code a ldap schema, it just works out of the box

    1. You aren't looking very hard if your choices became MSSQL vs OracleDB.

    2. If you spend months creating your LDAP or even AD schema/map, you need to go back to your clients/customer/contractee/er and do some proper planning.

    3. AD was quickly dumped by the likes of Wall Street and Cox Industries. AD is a solution, not the Apple of Corporate IT.

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  • niuniu
    Mar 26, 03:47 PM
    Publicity stunt?

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  • jb3designs
    Oct 27, 12:30 AM
    Haven't heard anyone mention about the email performance of .mac. I have two accounts and you can never depend on email arriving promptly. I've sometimes waited several hours for email to show up.


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  • wilburpan
    Sep 19, 10:05 PM
    Originally posted by dongmin
    Does it matter if it's one or two or four, as long as it's fast and get's the job done?

    Of course, there's probably a huge difference in hardware costs, but hey, We're Number 3, We're Number 3, We're Number 3!
    Well, the price differential is not inconsiderable. Based on the website, I just spec'ed out a Dell computer with a 2.4 GHz Pentium 4 (closest processor to the dual 1.25 Ghz Powermac) and compared it to a similarly outfitted Powermac from the Applestore:

    � Power Mac G4 Dual 1.25GHz w/167MHz system bus
    � 1GB PC2700 DDR SDRAM - 2 DIMMs
    � 120GB Ultra ATA drive
    � Optical 1 - Apple SuperDrive
    � Optical 2 - None
    � NVIDIA GeForce4 Titanium dual-display w/128MB DDR
    � 56K internal modem
    � Apple Pro Speakers
    � Apple Pro Keyboard - U.S. English
    � Mac OS - U.S. English

    Pentium� 4 Processor at 2.40GHz with 533MHz system bus/ 512K L2 Cache D8224B
    Memory: 1GB PC800 RDRAM(4x256M modules)
    Keyboard: Dell� Quietkey� Keyboard
    Video Card: New 64MB DDR NVIDIA GeForce4� Ti 4200 Graphics Card with TV Out and DVI
    Hard Drive: 120GB 7200RPM Hard Drive with DataBurst Cache�
    Floppy Drive: 3.5 in Floppy Drive
    Operating System: Microsoft� Windows� XP Professional
    Mouse: Dell� 2-button scroll mouse
    Broadband Ready/ Ethernet Network Card: Intel� Pro 100 M PCI Ethernet Network Card
    Modem: 56K PCI Telephony Modem
    CD or DVD Drive: New DVD+RW/+R Drive with CD-RW
    Sound Card: Sound Blaster Live! Digital Sound Card
    Speakers: New Harman Kardon� HK-206 Speakers
    Productivity Software: Microsoft� Office XP Small Business
    Virus Protection: Norton AntiVirus� 90-day introductory offer
    Digital Photography: Dell Picture Studio, Image Expert Standard
    Limited Warranty, Services and Support Options: 3 Year Limited Warranty plus 3 Year On-site Service
    Internet Access Service: 6 Months AOL,Featuring the Netbusiness Service for Small Business
    Video Editing: Premium Dell Movie Studio Bundle
    Dual Monitor Support: DVI-VGA Adapter to connect 2 CRT Monitors to Ti4600 or Ti4200 Video Card

    I tried to spec these two machines as close to each other as possible, even adding on some Dell software to account for the iApps in Jaguar, and the price differential is still over $1300. Granted, currently you can get Indesign for free, but that's a $800 value at best, and I didn't factor in the cost of an office suite for the Powermac.

    Please let me know if I've missed anything in matching specs. I still am planning on making the switch from Windows to Mac, but I also am aware of the price differential. It's not enough of a difference to deter me, but it is probably asking a bit much to expect everyone considering the purchase of a Mac to ignore the price factor, especially considering the fuss raised when Apple decided to charge $8 a month for .Mac services.

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  • cmaier
    Mar 25, 09:52 AM
    The difference here is Samsung settled. With $1billion at stake, Apple will likely fight this to the end. And with countersuits on the line, this will get ugly.

    Companies almost always settle. If it got that far, Apple would too.

    Greedy or not, if Apple and RIM are part of some patent infringement they have to pay up.

    A judge at the ITC already said they don't infringe.

    the patent was granted in 1997 and basically covers previewing the picture on the little LCD screen.

    No it doesn't. It covers a particular way of producing different sets of image data, one for the sensor and one for the LCD screen, using specific types of color filtering, etc. The patent pre-supposes that previewing the picture on the LCD screen already existed.

    Kodak's stock is up 11.5% today. (as a result of this news?)

    Unlikely - all that happens if the earlier judge is overruled is that more proceedings happen. It's not like anything that happens today means an immediate payout.

    I would really like to read the patent. Yes, there are some very generic patents out there; some are upheld others are not. Going based on only what I have heard; a 1997 patent for a preview of a picture may not hold water.

    See above. Patent doesn't claim the idea of using a preview screen.


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  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Aug 14, 03:11 PM
    Nonsense. Apple is selling a lot of computers right now because Jobs Osbourned the entire PowerPC range just over a year ago by announcing the switch to Intel. For each model of Mac, sales were artificially low before the Intel version was launched, and artificially higher after.

    Additionally, people are happer buying Macs if they know they can switch back to Windows if it doesn't work out. One of the major barriers to owning a Mac has been removed by the Intel switch (whatever my misgivings on the subject.)

    It's simply ridiculous to argue that the ads have helped sales. Sales would be much higher now than they would have been six months ago even if Apple had stopped advertising completely. The question is whether they would be even higher if they weren't insulting their target audience. The answer, of course, is yes.

    They sold how many macs last quarter? Over a million, right? How many boot camp downloads have they had....?

    Of course the ads have helped sales - the question is, how much. Are you seriously implying that no advertising WHATSOEVER would increase sales...? :rolleyes:

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  • rdowns
    Apr 25, 01:29 PM
    Wait until they start digging around in his past.

    The Donald�s free ride is over. As the 2012 race begins, time for more reality, less reality TV. In this week�s Newsweek, Howard Kurtz says Trump may regret a decision to declare for the White House.

    As Donald Trump tries to leverage his brand with a reality-show campaign for president, surging to the top of the 2012 GOP polls, the past is coming back to bite him. The media establishment has been treating him more as colorful sideshow than serious candidate. But now that it seems The Donald might actually run, it�s time to take a closer look at the darker corners of his empire.

    Take John Robbins. When the retired Army officer heard Trump, in a music-filled tent, talk of putting up the tallest building in Tampa, Florida, he wanted in��because of the Trump name.� But Robbins lost half his $150,000 down payment when the condo project went bankrupt and was �floored� to learn that Trump had merely licensed his gold-plated moniker: �I just don�t see Trump fitting the role of commander in chief. Somebody has to stand up to Mr. Trump.�

    Hamed Hoshyarsar invested $54,000 in a condo at the Trump Ocean Resort Baja for one reason: He was a fan of The Apprentice. He lost every dime when the project was never built. �I want to throw up every time I see him,� says the Los Angeles accountant. �I see all these people talking about him being president, and I would never vote for that guy.� Trump, who exudes a blustery charm, doesn�t miss a beat. �What about the 50 deals that worked out great�are you going to cover that, too?� he asks me. Let the record show he has built some fabulous properties�but has also filed for corporate bankruptcy four times, most recently with his casino unit. �I do play with the bankruptcy laws�they�re very good for me� as a way of cutting debt, Trump says.

    He says he�s not responsible in lawsuits over the two failed condo projects because his partners were the actual builders�and, his attorney says, such confidential licensing agreements are standard. Besides, says Trump, the buyers are �lucky� because they would have lost more money in a tanking market had the projects been built.

    Another venture, Trump University, had to change its name after New York authorities ruled it wasn�t properly licensed; the school is also under scrutiny in Texas, where officials are examining possibly deceptive practices. Tarla Makaeff spent $35,000 to �Learn from the Master,� as a brochure put it, but the marketer says she didn�t get much beyond two �mentors� who were barely available after showing her some properties needing rehab. �I�m just disgusted by their greed,� says Makaeff, who is suing the school.

    But Trump, who is countersuing, has a tape of Makaeff calling two staffers �awesome.� �This is really ******** stuff,� he says, citing customer surveys that rate the school highly.

    Trump sells himself as a head-banging businessman who can shake up a dysfunctional Beltway culture. But as pundits belatedly put him under the microscope, they�ll find him all over the political map. While Mitt Romney is typecast as a flip-flopper, Trump declared in 2000 that �we must have universal health care�; now he says President Obama's health-care law is unconstitutional. He once pronounced himself �strongly pro-choice� but recently discovered that, guess what, he�s pro-life. Obama was �amazing� and �phenomenal,� Trump wrote in 2009; now, not so much. And while Newt Gingrich is branded an adulterer, Trump conducted a tabloid-frenzy affair with Marla Maples, the second of his three wives.

    For now, the press has pushed back hardest on Trump�s strange decision to peddle the birther nonsense. But he knows his customers: Polls show roughly half of Republicans don�t believe Obama is a citizen.

    Trump is suddenly inescapable, all over the networks, which love Trump because he�s good for ratings and the field is dull. Remember Sarah Palin? Her spokeswoman chided news outlets on Twitter for largely ignoring her last speech.

    Trump may be giving his rivals cover by dominating the stage, but if reporters keep turning over rocks, the master showman might be glad he hung on to his day job.

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  • pmz
    Mar 24, 07:34 AM
    Defense budget is already ridiculous and embarrassing.

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  • Zadillo
    Oct 26, 10:59 PM
    Works fine in Firefox 2.0 under XP for me, including composing a message (it opens up a new compose window and it works fine).

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  • mkubel
    Mar 21, 07:20 PM
    Well shooting manual works for what I do. I doubt any sports photographers use anything other than Aperture Priority mode I would think.

    I'd never use Aperture Priority mode for sports. It has the potential for dropping the shutter speed to low. I only shoot sports (as well as everything else) in manual mode. I like having the control. If anything for sports I'd lock in a shutter speed.

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  • chisnic
    Apr 12, 04:38 PM
    It does. You need to go into Tools --> Synch Services and enable calendar sync. I then restarted Outlook and iTunes, synced my iPhone (Info --> Advanced --> Replace info on this iPhone) and everything was there when I went into the calendar.


    EDIT: It also keeps the category colours from Outlook which is awesome, as Entourage never managed to do this.

    Well, I just recently switched from Windows to Mac OS X. In Windows, one is able to sync Outlook through iTunes with the iPhone. But in OS X, iTunes shows only the sync options with iCal and Address Book contacts, nothing from Outlook. I'm probably missing something here and would appreciate some enlightenment. Thanks to anyone in advance!


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  • talmy
    Feb 27, 06:28 PM
    Apple has bragged that they had only one version of OS X (compared to the half dozen versions of Windows), so if this is "done right" they could really make good on that promise. There doesn't seem to be that much fundamentally different in the underpinnings of Snow Leopard and Snow Leopard Server. If the server version of Lion doesn't lose anything then it should be fine, as far as what I need, at least.

    IMHO, anyone who has considered Apple servers for heavy, or even medium, duty use has always been living dangerously. Between single source hardware and miniscule market share, why take the chance? For my SOHO use, it's been working out just fine.

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  • ThomasJL
    Oct 6, 09:13 PM
    Um, and how would apps written to fit the current screen size work on smaller and larger screens?


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  • TheMacBookPro
    Apr 25, 04:31 AM
    Retina Display
    backlit keyboard Option (so everyone who wants to have it can have it)
    bigger SSD drives
    faster/newer processor
    upgradable Ram

    Now that is something to lol at :p

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  • wolfpackfan
    Apr 1, 09:35 AM
    I do hate to loose the Discovery Channel, but as long as I still have SyFy, Travel, History and CNN I guess I'm happy.


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  • steelfist
    Oct 10, 05:54 AM
    aw, crybaby, you are going to lose buisness aren't you? don't worry, there's always HD-DVD and Blueray movies coming out. these people just can't accept the fact that there's a new method, downloading legaly online, that's going to be a big hit. cry all you want. wah wah wah

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  • PowerGamerX
    May 4, 09:01 AM
    I'd much prefer it on DVD but a Flash Drive would be pretty neat. I'm hoping we'll get a new version of iWork to go with Lion so I can justify buying the Mac Pack.

    Unlike a lot of people here, I use my DVD drive quite a bit. I burn mix CD's for my car and I prefer to buy retail software instead of downloads when possible.

    If they were to remove it though across some of their lines, I'd hope Apple would use the extra space in the 13" for an AMD graphics card rather than an extra hard drive.

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  • Drpepper99uk
    Mar 24, 04:20 AM
    Interesting news, One day we might even see the iTank :D


    Oct 10, 07:51 AM
    Exactly! That's why the iMacs didn't get the Intel procssors until 7 months after the Mac Pros, right?

    Well the reason for that is because Apple was waiting for the Xeon "Woodcrest" processors to put into the Mac Pro. A Core Duo in a Mac Pro...I don't think so.

    Sep 18, 09:26 PM
    Give her some of her own medicine. When you notice her noticing you, before she can turn to make it to the backroom, let out an ungodly scream of, "Oh my god, she's in bed with the CIA and has bugged my house in order to know when I will be coming to the Apple Store so that she can be here before me!" and turn and run out of the store, making sure you run into any cardboard displays as well as the security machines that beep when you try to steal stuff. That way she'll know how it feels to be indirectly accused of being a creepy stalker.

    Apr 6, 01:50 PM
    Many people can't afford to own two vehicles. Car payments, second registration, second inspection, and maintenance on that second vehicle will likely cost more money than just buying more gas.

    I don't want to spend money on more than one computer or maintain more than one.

    Definitely true. If you need 1 primary device, I can't imagine the iPad would be it. If you need to write long papers or do lots and lots of productivity work and you need 1 device to do it, it seems obvious that it's not going to be the iPad. What irks me is people writing posts about "well it can't be a primary computing device" and I really just want to say "WELL DUH!!"

    The iPad has a HUGE market, but it isn't even going after the "primary computing device" market, so why complain or criticize it for not winning that market?

    Aug 2, 09:44 PM
    I wonder if you could hack a 3G microcell to do this entirely in software.

    I don't know it could be possible. I know there are a lot more GSM fans on this message board, but that is one advantage of the CDMA network. It is much more secure when it comes to things like hacking. I do believe the newer WCDMA 3G (UMTS) is secure as well, but if you can throw in noise to bump the network back to 2G EDGE then it appears you can hack in without any issues.

    Rodimus Prime
    Apr 8, 07:42 AM
    To bad we can not have a vote of no confidence and force all of them to run for reelection now.

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