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  • funkywhat2
    Jul 6, 12:11 AM
    Originally posted by awulf
    The Macintosh SE has a 68000 processor which limits it to the StyleWriter series (I think up to the StyleWriter II works on it). Laser printers are different and to my knowledge all LaserWirters will work on a Mac SE.

    THe Mac SE can have up to Mac OS 7.5.5, which includes the LaserWriter 8 driver and other LaserWriter Drivers.

    It depends on what ports are available on your LaserWriter. Tell us the model name.

    I don't have one yet, looking for info so I won't waste my money.

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  • justinfreid
    May 1, 12:10 AM
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    I used one for myself and I'm JJJ.fff on

    Here's how to get my second key:
    Follow me on Twitter (@JustinFreid), and @reply me with why you should get it. I'll give my extra key to the person who convinces me he or she most deserves it.

    There are 3 stipulations:

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  • dwhittington
    Mar 26, 04:27 PM
    Two questions:

    1) Is that an iPad on the table?
    2) Who paid for the coffee? :D


    1) Duh. If it were Android based, it would have coffee on it.
    2) "Who cares how they get it". LOL

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  • Sydde
    May 2, 07:32 PM
    If I recall, you said the timing of the burial was very fast.

    I should ask, how long does DNA testing take? I was told in February that it takes between 2-5 days.
    I wonder if that might be "banker's hours"? Send a courier to the lab, lab tech does the test and goes home for the night, reading the results in the morning. Who knows what kind of advanced equipment and tech the military has access to. Fly right to the Kabul lab, start the test, fly to the carrier, proceed under the impression that this is him, with the hosing-down, funeral and dumping. A few hours later, confirmation.

    Though I could be wrong. :)


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  • GilGrissom
    Oct 26, 07:43 PM
    Cah! It is the people who asked who should be embarrassed.

    I got there about 5 and about half-way around the block which was good enough to snag a shirt, keyboard and Leopard by about 6.15.

    My main purpose in commenting though is to say congrats to Apple on the management of the event, especially the policing of the queue. It was good to see they dealt with pushing in because, let's face it, they get the same money whether you push or not.

    (one machine Leoparded, two to go!)
    I agree with you there. I too thought they handled the queue very well and very professional. Well done Regent Street! Plus, well done to all the staff inside, seeing that armada of people constantly coming in couldn't be easy to face!

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  • robbieduncan
    Mar 28, 04:51 PM
    ^^^^ This.

    Is not true: a 50mm EF lens and a 50mm EF-s lens will have the same focal length and field of view on a crop camera.


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  • bigjnyc
    Apr 12, 01:56 PM
    Pages and Number are TRASH compared to Word and Excel(especially excel)

    Keynote is actually pretty good!

    Dont be a uninformed fanboy. k? Thanks

    I agree. Numbers can't even tie excel's shoe laces lol.

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  • mags631
    Jun 19, 09:03 AM
    Pour all their R&D into technologies that don't even exist yet, while continuing to throw up excuses for why they can't include technologies that do. Like Blu-Ray.

    I recommend you listen to this interview (

    While this quote ( doesn't specifically mention bluray, it seems like Apple is choosing not to "ride" Bluray into the future:

    Apple has a history of doing that, Jobs says, noting that Apple was the first company to dump the floppy and later, to adopt USB. “Sometimes when we get rid of things, people call us crazy….But sometimes you just have to pick the things that are going to be the right horse to ride forward….And Flash has had it’s day…but HTML5 is starting emerge….The video looks better and it works better and you don’t need a plug-in to run it. And while 75 percent of the video on the Web may be available in Flash, a lot of it is available in HTML5 as well.”


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  • OrangeSVTguy
    Apr 8, 04:52 PM
    So I guess I see where my discovery channel went Andy why I got like 10 more stations :confused:. Guess I should read the news more often :p

    Bring back Discovery :(

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  • ct-scan
    Oct 10, 09:11 AM
    ehh.. you know wikipedia isn't always right, right?

    They are both based on the Core architecture, that was my only point.
    I thought you were saying that they were completely unrelated.

    Of course they are branded differently, they have different uses.
    Historically Xeon is for high-end workstations and servers, people know and expect this.


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  • MattSepeta
    Apr 14, 04:35 PM
    I don't really understand your confusion here: the government is essentially selling the taxpayer a bundle of services. If they lower the price, it costs them money. Surely that isn't so complicated?

    Terrible analogy.

    As soon as I can choose whether or not to buy the services your analogy becomes valid. That will be the day :rolleyes:

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  • jake4ever
    Apr 5, 09:42 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

    It would be pretty bad ass if the entire screen worked as a button (like the trackpad) so you can go home. You tap the screen to select something or click the screen to go home. :-D

    That would be cool!


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  • Designer Dale
    Mar 17, 05:24 PM
    In response to all the "Recommend Me a Camera/Lens/Editor etc" threads, I offer this. Comments or additions?

    Never Show Your Work To Anyone

    Read Only "Expert Photographer" Blogs, Articles, and Books

    Leave Your Camera On Auto...:eek:...

    Buy A New and More Expensive Camera Because It'll Make Better Pictures

    Spend Too Much Time Mastering Photoshop

    Mine is this: Fixate on one style of photography or subject.

    Original stolen from PIXIQ... (


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  • definitive
    Apr 30, 04:30 PM
    have the keys been sent out?


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  • kainjow
    Oct 26, 08:15 PM
    Can somebody explain to me why anybody would want to pay $100/year for an email account with only 1 GB of storage?
    Um, you get more than just an email account. You get an iDisk. You can easy iCal/iPhoto publishing, you get syncing of your data with all of your Macs. Lots of non-Apple apps provide easy publishing of your info to your iDisk.

    I'd recommend .Mac to anyone who wants to do this kind of stuff. Can you think of a way to do all of the above for < $100/year without being an uber geek who knows all about FTP and WebDAV and POP/SMTP? :D

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  • Tomorrow
    Apr 28, 10:10 PM
    Now we also know that tractor trailers run roughly double passenger cars on tire pressure, but the wheels are also bigger.


    For that reason, let's assume that the amount of surface area of each tire in contact with the road is consistent across the two.

    Incorrect assumption - as a result,

    That means that the tractor trailer exerts the 3.25 times the pressure with each tire compared to the prius.

    ...your math is wrong.

    60 psi is 60 psi, period. If the tire pressure in the truck is 60 psi, then the pressure on the road is 60 psi. You can't double the tire pressure and triple the pressure on the road as a result - you'd have a truck that either bounced, or sank. Newton's laws (net vertical force = 0 for no acceleration in the vertical direction) have to be met.

    Add in the fact that the damage done by pressure is likely not additive

    This may be true - further analysis is needed. Either way, concrete roads (like interstates and state highways) are much more resistant to this type of wear than asphalt. And again, the real culprits are soil conditions and thermal expansion/contraction.


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  • applemacdude
    Jan 6, 01:42 AM
    found one already from this site

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  • wacky4alanis
    Jan 4, 10:16 AM
    Not interested - the Tom Tom app is great, and I don't have to worry about data coverage. When you drive around in rural areas, it can definitely be a big issue. There are plenty of much cheaper apps that download maps on the fly. Free traffic is a plus though - that may be the one selling point. I have to pay a yearly fee with Tom Tom.

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  • StealthRider
    Sep 14, 06:00 PM
    Yeah, I get to have my wisdom teeth out next Thursday, so it's anesthesia for me too!

    Although...this should be ok...because my step-grandfather founded the anesthesia department at Cincinnati Children's. So...the current head of department is personally putting me under. I'm expecting a great nights sleep after that...

    Feb 4, 10:50 AM
    I just use map quest application. It is a free application and offers voice-based turn by turn directions with street names and all. Traffic updates really aren't worth the extra $40 if you ask me. And half the time I shut off the screen and just listen to the voice direction to save battery life, so 3D maps are a mute point with me... OTA map pulling really isn't all that bad. It loads your entire route when you load your destination (unless its extremely long, like cross-country) so if you don't deviate from its directions, you won't need service again to pull directions.

    I have only had 1 issue on OTA map pulling with Map Quest. I once took a different way then suggested and caused the unit to re-rout me automatically. However, at that moment I didn't have service (Thanks AT&T, I was in NYC...) so the app prompted saying "re-routing not available at this time" and then 1 minute later it re-rerouted me when I got service. Not bad. It does everything I want it to. The only thing I wish it had was traffic updates. I have no idea why anyone charges for this. We should get it free with our data packages...

    Anyone know if there is a jailbreak version of this app or will it not work because it is authenticated on the server side?

    Apr 5, 04:55 PM
    Kinda agree i could seem myself using a iPad over my MBP when i am not working, having that separation from programming is what appeals to me.

    I want to work when i work and not have to think when i am just browsing the web, in reality the iPad covers all my computing needs when i am not programming.

    Though it would be lovely to have Aperture on the iPad to cover my hobby needs but it would require some from of local wireless storage access as i don't think many 25MB images would fit on 64GB.

    Yep, it's those pesky 25MB images and 1080P video that keep me at my desk with my iMac. I would love to be able to touch up my full-sized images on the iPad. Give it 5 years.

    Mar 23, 01:35 PM
    excellent news, although the atv fills that role too.

    Apr 30, 05:23 PM
    So, I picked one up the other day. Trying to find the "sweet spot" is really annoying. I'm assuming your supposed to keep adjusting the 3DS and your head until you don't see two images anymore, and that's the so-called sweet spot?

    Honestly, I don't really see that much of a difference. There's a little more depth to with 3D effect (but it's not in your face like a 3D ride at Disney World or like Avatar where stuff was floating in the air). The AR games are neat except they require a cardboard card (Really Nintendo? Wasn't this idea a huge failure with Animal Crossing e-Reader on the GameCube?)

    Pilotwings is also pretty terrible. I can't wait for the Virtual Console to launch. I'm glad Super Mario Land will be a launch title. Hopefully, Nintendo will iron out the 3DS kinks in time.

    Apr 12, 01:35 PM
    They actually confirmed that one. Turns out you can polish it :D

    Yes. Jamie got his to a mirror shine. Almost looked like a marble :p

    But back to Office. I still prefer the Windows version however the Mac version is starting to grow on me. Were it not for MS CRM that I use at work, I could finally be rid of Windows once and for all. But, alas, no dice. Love how CRM works ONLY with IE.

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