Friday, June 3, 2011

subsidy economics graph

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  • This chart shows a similar

  • skellter
    Mar 28, 09:22 AM
    What do you get for $1,599.00? Free iPad 2, what?

    subsidy economics graph. How do subsidies affect curves
  • How do subsidies affect curves

  • elusion
    May 4, 07:55 AM
    I am a very new mac user, having just switched in February with the purchase of my iBook. I'm 17 and have been using computers since I was like 6. I remember DOS, Apple IIes, Windows 3.1/95/98/ME/NT, Mac 8. I also spent a year using linux (Mandrake, Redhat, Debian) before going to a mac. I hate PCs.

    You ask about hardware. That's not why I switched, though it was a nice bonus. I switched because of OS X.

    I always use to be a Windows guy, from a Windows family. My brother's a MCSE. The previous experience I had with Apple was horrible. We had Apple's in our school computer lab, and they were crap. Nothing worked. Now I know that they weren't multitasking. I hated them with a passion and said I'd never use one.

    Oh how things have changed. PCs have become the pieces of crap. Windows may be getting better with XP, but it's a different experience. Everything is just better with a Mac. Things just work, right away. I haven't used XP much, but I can tell you it doesn't work like this does.

    Windows' interface sucks. Really it does. I'm sure you think the interface in MacOS X is horrible. It's not, it's different. And, it's better. It's easier just use, just because of the interface.

    Windows' filesystem sucks. Unix machines have a much better filesystem -- none of the drive crap.

    Windows software sucks. There is much less software for OS X than there is for XP. No one can deny that. Fortunately, the software for OS X is usually of a very high quality. It's very well designed and stable.

    Windows' interoperability sucks. Windows runs on a huge variety of hardware, but that's noticible from the software. OS X just detects and sets up -- no wizards.

    Really I don't expect you to believe this or anything. Maybe you will if you try using one. Things are going to be different for you because you use computers primarily for gaming. Maybe someday you'll end up switching to Linux because you don't like Windows. If you do, I almost guarentee you'll switch to Mac, because Linux's a pain to set up.

    Oh, and getting away from Microsoft was good too. They are evil. Apple has potential to start a monopoly and become evil, but that's besides the point. Microsoft is doing things that are bad for the consumer. Wait and see.

    subsidy economics graph. Subsidies on the demand side
  • Subsidies on the demand side

  • Mattlike
    Mar 18, 11:38 AM
    most places around my area are right about $3.95/gal. for 87 Octane, unless it is BP/Arco which will be a few cents cheaper typically.

    subsidy economics graph. Subsidy Economics Graph.
  • Subsidy Economics Graph.

  • RalfTheDog
    Apr 14, 09:56 PM
    Rats, sinking ships and all that. </troll>


    subsidy economics graph. Subsidy Economics Graph.
  • Subsidy Economics Graph.

  • advocate
    Sep 28, 12:42 AM
    You are correct!!! 10 will always be 2. 01 will always be 1. Endianness swaps the bytes, not the bits. Binary addition would be hell if the bits were swapped... Plus then writing bit-operators and using bit-masks in C would just be a pain in the arse when it came time to compile that game for 5 different platforms.
    The bits ARE "swapped", but the whole processor is "swapped" so nobody notices- until you start looking at multibyte values.

    subsidy economics graph. Which area on the graph above
  • Which area on the graph above

  • hapishyguy
    Dec 3, 10:13 AM
    What the Shite was I doing when I was 17 ...

    Great going for this kid!

    because you are not chinense :D


    subsidy economics graph. relevant graph below,
  • relevant graph below,

  • wPod
    Oct 10, 12:40 PM
    i predict a 10" (or similarly small size) macbook, along with core 2 bumps for the macbook pro. i predict the 10" or such b/c a friend of mine (who has big connections in the 'tech world' (he is an IT director and somehow magically knows a lot of people in the 'tech world' (like he implimented a wireless network before there was wireless networking, he got some pre-production 802.11b gear before it was standardized, he also did the same thing with a gigabit router)) anyway, he told me he has been demoing a 10" mac laptop. and i was just like 'sure whatever you say' (cause sometimes this guy can be completely full of *hit.) but he eventually convinced me that he has actually seen some 10" mac laptop demo computer somewhere. im still pretty skeptical about it, but this guy is a big mac hater, so the only reason he would try it is if it was some 10" super portable machine. b/c he does LOVE ultra portable laptops, and he is kinda getting a liking for mac, only because he can run windows on it! (though he has yet to actually purchase a mac)

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  • The following graph is from an

  • IngerMan
    Apr 17, 09:26 AM
    I bought it in a 4 pack (I think) from Amazon a while back for scratches on my picture frame. The #2 did not tarnish around the outside of the scratch. But buyer beware, lol.... It worked for me.:D


    subsidy economics graph. The cost of these subsidies
  • The cost of these subsidies

  • springscansing
    May 6, 01:20 AM
    Originally posted by markjs
    I was drawn to this forum because I am interested in computers generally and macs almost qualify.....but seriously I poked around on a mac for about an hour today, and found that some things are less intuitive (minimizing and closing windows). Also I found that some things easily accessible in windows are not accessible at all in mac OSX. I felt like the computer was "dumbed down" for me. All in all it was a computer and pefectly capable internet machine, but at least in an hour nothing even came close to winning me ove. Oh yeah it also crashed once too.

    Closing is very intuitive. You click the red close button. What's so hard about that? Same for minimize.. click the minimize button. If you honestly are having trouble with that, you're an idiot.

    Dumbed down? You have command-line access via the Terminal. It's ****ing UNIX man. That's a lot more access than Windows gives you.

    As for it crashing, you didn't say at all what version of X you were running or anything.

    Macs "almost" qualify as computers? Yeah, okay.

    subsidy economics graph. economic uncertainty,
  • economic uncertainty,

  • theelysium
    Apr 21, 02:13 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16)

    I'm amazed with some
    people on these forums in that unless the phone gets a case re-design and LTE it's only a minor update. Really? going to a dual core processor and 8mp camera is "just a spec bump?"

    I agree with you. New CPU, memory, cameras, etc are enough of a bump. You don't need it completely redesigned it's only been a freaking year.

    People are so demanding and entitled. They think they should have the iPhone 10 NOW.. like right now Apple! Get on that *****!:eek:


    subsidy economics graph. Graph 2
  • Graph 2

  • Abulia
    Aug 14, 02:52 PM
    You are wrong.
    Proven by Apples rising market share.;)

    You cant keep saying that these ads are hurting apple if they keep selling more and more computers.
    It makes no sense.:confused:Sure, they're selling more computers this quarter in spite of the ads.

    They (the ads) have only been out, what, two months? Sales for the last quarter were in the bag before those commericals came out. Let's see how the next quarter is?

    subsidy economics graph. Graph 1
  • Graph 1

  • Xeperu
    Apr 28, 02:29 PM
    Race is irrelevant to sane people. It's achievement that counts.

    On that note, I believe racism should be legal and protected under law by those who wish to rely on ancient notions of race.

    Not everyone is equal, but race is not the factor of inequality, and in that sense a successful "black person" is worth a whole lot more than a useless good for nothing "white person"


    subsidy economics graph. This is shown in graph 2.
  • This is shown in graph 2.

  • Eastend
    Nov 12, 07:59 PM
    Oh, I know it's sort of off-topic, but check this out:

    How to Fold a Shirt (

    And for those among us here who speak Japanese, what is the woman saying exactly?

    If they told you what she was saying, then you still could not understand it.

    subsidy economics graph. subsidy payments in 2008,
  • subsidy payments in 2008,

  • robbieduncan
    Mar 28, 01:24 PM
    EF-s lenses produce smaller image circles. So they are lighter (and cheaper) than a comparable EF lens would be. That's it.

    Note the focal length is always the focal length. A 50mm lens still has a 50mm focal length on a 1.6 crop camera. It has a different effective field of view, but that's not the same thing.

    Also note this has been going on forever: a 50mm lens on a medium format camera (obviously with a bigger image circle) as a different field of view that it does on a "full frame" camera.

    EF-S 10-22mm is the same focal lens as a EF 16-24L lens, why produce a lens EF-S, when on a crop camera you could just add a EF 16-24mm L lens (other than cost).

    None of this is true. The focal length does not change. The effective field of view (once again not the same thing) of the 10-22 is the same as a 16-35.2mm lens would be on a full frame camera. If you use the 16-24mm lens on a crop camera it will not have the same effective field of view as the 10-22.


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  • Kurt sent a graph from

  • Sinfire
    Nov 28, 06:02 PM
    What is it with the comments like..... A kid can deliver what apple couldn't ?

    There is a reason why Apple has delayed the release of the white iPhones. Apple is about quality, and they are not going to release an inferior product that they know is going to cause a lot of problems once it goes out to the public. Just look at how carried away people got when they started having reception problems.

    As for this kid... Anybody read the Terms and conditions on his site ? He states that everything he sells is as-is. Once it leaves his door, then he is not responsible for the product, even if it arrives to you defective. And the worst part is that changing the case voids your apple warranty. If your phone dies in 3 months, then Apple can refuse to repair it because you took the phone apart.

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  • that the resulting graph

  • mstrze
    Apr 4, 11:55 AM
    so a prius does the same amount of damage to a road as full size RV?

    No, but a 70s compact muscle car might. (Friend had a 1970.5 Firebird that was getting him 6 mpg!)


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  • The graph in Figure 3 shows

  • jemeinc
    Apr 3, 12:19 PM
    The one thing I would like to see in Word is a reference database and auto-format for citations so I can switch to APA or MLA style as needed. My grad school professors each have their own ideas about proper style.

    I couldn't agree more. There has to be a way to implement this. Though, getting the approval from APA, and MLA might be a problem. They want to sell their manuals, and this could, conceivably, cut into their sales.

    subsidy economics graph. The economic price of traded
  • The economic price of traded

  • joejoejoe
    Jan 12, 04:08 PM
    What are people mainly using the Push for? I certainly wouldn't want to be updated every time one of my friends posts on Facebook... I know there are different settings - just wondering what kind of updates people use this for.

    I don't get all the confusion people are having...

    The push notifications just push your notifications... the little red numbers at the bottom right of the screen. Those, including new messages in your inbox and event invites (which don't show up as badges because they don't show up as little red notifications in to begin with.)

    You don't receive a notification whenever one of your hundreds of friends updates there status, so you won't receive a push notification on the facebook app either.

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  • have without the subsidy.

  • psycoswimmer
    Oct 9, 04:22 PM
    Wow. Can't everyone leave Apple alone. ;)

    Currently, online movie downloads have no what near the popularity as going out and buying a real DVD has. Greedy Target and Wal-mart. Don't the movie studios see that Target and Wal-mart and other retail stores will still sell DVDs, or they will take a loss?

    Mar 24, 08:35 AM
    I can't tell if you're feigning ignorance in the interest of having a laugh, or if you have really bought into the ol' stereotypes. Or maybe my sarcasm detector is broken.

    1. Did you know Honda, Toyota, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, and BMW all manufacture cars in the USA?

    Sep 27, 11:52 PM
    I thought the difference between little/big endian was that the byte order was flipped, not the bit order. So 01 in BE/LE would always be 1, 10 - 2, etc. Or am I wrong?

    You are correct!!! 10 will always be 2. 01 will always be 1. Endianness swaps the bytes, not the bits. Binary addition would be hell if the bits were swapped... Plus then writing bit-operators and using bit-masks in C would just be a pain in the arse when it came time to compile that game for 5 different platforms.

    Mar 31, 01:14 AM
    1. Connect your iPad
    2. Open Xcode
    3. Click "Use for development" on the Xcode
    4. Ignore the credential request
    5. Look for the option under the iPad's menu

    May 5, 02:25 PM
    Hi there

    I have a late 2009 Mac mini (3,1) with a 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU.

    I recently upgraded to 8GB RAM and would like to put in a Solid State Drive and a CPU upgrade.

    I was wondering if anyone can help with answers to the following questions, or share their experiences?

    - Is it possible to replace the hard drive with a Solid State Drive in this version of Mac mini?

    Jun 20, 08:00 AM
    It's an arbitrary limit imposed by the choice of FAT32 as the file system (which is arbitrarily limited to 32 GB by Microsoft).

    I'm pretty sure FAT32 is limited to 4GB files, which is why I had to reformat my external to HFS+ for video editing, since 10GB or larger files are now commonplace. On FAT32, any file larger than 4GB has to be broken up into two files or cannot be written to the file system. I don't know about such limitations on HFS+.

    Most professionals use CF cards so they will still need a card reader, especially now that newer cameras don't support Mass Storage anymore for some idiotic reason. You can't connect your camera to your computer via USB anymore, unless you have some retarded application that has a lame interface to download your photos. No more drag and drop, and one more device to carry around, stupid card readers.

    Apple supporting SD cards is great but CF cards are still industry standard unfortunately. This will change but not soon.

    I would love it if the optical disk became obsolete and something else took over, but there's nothing "permanent" at the moment, so archiving old photos onto an SD card is a waste since the card could be reused. There should be a cheap, read-only version of the SD card, I have no idea how that would be possible, but it would be great.

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