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  • leekohler
    May 3, 01:54 PM
    I got no good answer for you Lee, I didn't vote for that party. Maybe the minority position of the last two conservative government gave them a softer image than before, maybe it was due to the lack of a strong Liberal leadership, maybe people were tired of going to the polls and wanted a 4 year break... I got 'nothin. :o

    I'm afraid that instead of a 4 year break, you're merely going to get broken. I'm serious, after reading up more on these people, you guys are gonna have a very tough time with them. Trust me, they're gonna do what they say they're gonna do. They're idealogues.

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  • ewinemiller
    Sep 13, 07:25 AM
    Originally posted by Haberdasher
    Go ahead and flame me...I know that the Mhz of the G4 and P4 don't match up in performance, but there's too big of a speed gap for there to be any doubt in my mind of which is faster.

    It's actually a little worse than you think, when the P4s first came out, they were clock for clock significantly slower than a G4, but with the release of the Northwood core and then the 533mhz bus, at least with the stuff I do, my P4 is clock for clock faster than my G4. I've got 6 classes of machines sitting around and when I hit render and then factor out mhz, this is the list fastest to slowest: PIII-mobile, P4-533mhz bus, PIII-coppermine, G4-quicksilver, G3, PII. Of course with the boosted bus on the new G4s, this ranking may well have changed, but the point is, the P4 is no longer the laggard it was at it's introduction. On top of that Intel keeps boosting the clockspeed and is about to introduce another boost in the form of hyperthreads to the consumer P4 line to push it even farther.

    I really like my Mac, OSX is nice and I love the iApps. All the kid videos are done using 75% iMovie and iDVD (with a little Premier on the PC when I need something fancy), but frankly that's really not enough and I only keep the Mac to support my customers. When it comes to production, it's just not enough bang for the buck. I have to believe that Steve and Co. have something interesting up their sleeve because to follow Motorola's plodding updates to the G4 seems like a slow suicide and would be a terrible thing to do to the stockholders and fans of the platform.

    Before I get flamed about how it's worth the performance hit and cost to avoid the PCs reputation for more downtime. I haven't a problem like that since NT4 with sp3 as long as I use a top tier vender like dell. The handful of homegrown machines I've built since then have been notoriously twitchy, but is probably more an indicator of my skills as a system integrator not of the platform in general.

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  • Bennieboy�
    Apr 24, 01:36 PM
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  • steeleclipse
    Sep 18, 11:32 PM
    If you survived reading that entire installment, I commend you.
    If you have reached the end without reading the middle, that is quite fine, just give your advice on how to talk to women.

    the most common trait that women look for (so i have been told) from a first impression is self confidence. Walk proud (not cocky), smile (genuinely) and own your surroundings (look comfortable). Dress approriately, being well kept and neat.

    You say you have a friend that doesnt know about Macs, so bring him to the store, and make sure that she notices you informing him about the benefits of a mac, not in a cocky way like some do, but rather in a way that will make him want to switch. If she notices this, you now have a common interest. Thats assuming that she enjoys working be at the Apple store, but it is a pretty safe bet considering most mac employees do.

    When she walks by you, forget something about the product you are describing to your friend, and ask her to take it from there. Making her feel important for something other than her physical attributes is key.

    Praise her for her help and that fact that she is well informed. Make sure she knows that her intervention changed a decision or outlook. Everyone wants to be influential in some way.

    Hopefully by then, you can steer the conversation towards finding another reason that you two should run into each other again. That DOES NOT mean to ask her out or for her number, but rather find out when they have a good class going on, when coincidentally she is working. Humble yourself, and take a iMovie class or two if it results in you bumping into her again.

    If you do get a chance to talk to her again, BE CREATIVE! Send her an instant message on iChat from across the store... save her from a masked man robbing the store at gun...., well you get the picture.

    Lastly, Dont get to into detail in this post... there is a possibly she or one of her co-workers cruises the macrumors forums, and she could find this really creepy or really cool :D

    I sincerely apologize if I have repeated anything that someone else has said
    but I think its really cool that you reached out to a community that usually deals with computer questions. :D

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  • gauchogolfer
    Sep 25, 09:59 AM
    how many of us actually care much about aperture...?
    A better question is how many people at Photokina care about Aperture, and that number must surely be quite high.

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  • cmgriffi102
    Mar 12, 11:18 AM
    Any word on store inventory around the area? Southlake said they wouldn't get any until monday....

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  • Rodimus Prime
    Apr 7, 05:15 PM
    The tea party is the republican party. There is NO tea party as third party. That's a complete fallacy. If they weren't a wholly owned faction of the Republican party, there would be tea party democrats too.

    Pop quiz - name one tea party candidate who ran as a Democrat or name one elected official who claims to be a tea party member or supporter who doesn't vote with the Republicans.

    I would disagree with that.

    The Tea Party is to the GOP as the Blue Dogs are to the democrats.

    Yes they are democrats but they are a sub group of them. Just the Tea Party GOP is a radical sub group of the GOP.

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  • Kobushi
    Sep 16, 12:38 AM
    Hmm...What stories to tell....

    They'll usually ask you if you've done any kind of drugs, answer honestly so as not get the wrong dosage. Don't cheat by eating/drinking or whatever they don't want you to do the night before. When I went under, he stuck a needle in my arm and had me count backwards from 100...I hit 97 when he asked how I was feeling. I said "woozy" as the room had started spinning. I closed my eyes to stop it, and was out at about 95. Waking up kinda sucked, it's like your whole body is the numb kind of asleep and you can't control it very well. Having someone with you is a must.

    My wife has gone under way too many times but seems to have handled okay every time. Although, they always removed something in her case, (appendix, wisdom teeth, fibroids, etc) and she would always get mad and demand them back in a drunken stupor.

    My mother had double bypass and woke up in the middle of it. Then proceeded to have an out-of-body. The Surgeon insists that she was asleep the entire time, but my mom was able to recall details of the op that only those present and conscious would be privy to.

    All in all its not bad...kinda boring, really....puts you to sleep as it were..

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  • ewinemiller
    Sep 13, 09:09 AM
    Originally posted by chmorley
    p.s., Dell a "top tier" vendor?

    At least in my book, in my day job we've used Gateway, IBM, Compaq, Micron, and Dell. Dell by far has been the most reliable. Consumer reports' survey put them on top as most reliable, even beating out Apple, through under support I think apple and dell swapped spots. I don't know how else to define top tier if not "works best". Don't let the awful Dell dude commercials color your perception, they make a good product. I grimace everytime someone walks into my office and says "Dude, you got a dell!"

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  • jake4ever
    Apr 6, 01:38 AM
    I first assumed the burning of luxury items was being loyal to family and tradition because the items were wicked and not traditional. I guess not.

    Same here...

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  • Full of Win
    Nov 6, 06:55 AM
    You already use cards, which are trackable, stop whining, give us the option for ultra convenience, They'll still let you pay in cash if you choose!

    You have the option to allow another to see/use your card, whereas RFID are wireless and do not give you the same protection.

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  • Thomas Veil
    Apr 3, 11:58 AM
    States broke? Maybe they cut taxes too much (http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2011/03/28/111161/states-broke-maybe-they-cut-taxes.html#storylink=omni_popular)

    WASHINGTON — In his new budget proposal, Ohio Republican Gov. John Kasich calls for extending a generous 21 percent cut in state income taxes. The measure was originally part of a sweeping 2005 tax overhaul that abolished the state corporate income tax and phased out a business property tax.

    The tax cuts were supposed to stimulate Ohio's economy and create jobs. But that never happened once the economy tanked. Instead, the changes ended up costing Ohio more than $2 billion a year in lost tax revenue; money that would go a long way toward closing the state's $8 billion budget gap for fiscal year 2012.

    "At least half of our current budget problem is a direct result of the tax changes we made in 2005. A lot of people don't want to hear that, but that's the reality. Much of our pain is self-inflicted," said Zach Schiller, research director at Policy Matters Ohio, a liberal government-research group in Cleveland.

    Schiller's lament is by no means unique. Across the country, taxpayers jarred by cuts to government jobs and services are reassessing the risks and costs of a variety of tax reductions, exemptions and credits, and the ideology that drives them. States cut taxes in hopes of spurring economic growth, but in state after state, it hasn't worked...

    In Texas, which faces a $27 billion budget deficit over the next two years, about one-third of the shortage stems from a 2006 property tax reduction that was linked to an underperforming business tax.

    In Louisiana, lawmakers essentially passed the largest tax cut in state history by rolling back an income-tax hike for high earners in 2007 and again in 2008.

    Without those tax reductions, Louisiana wouldn't have had a budget deficit in fiscal year the 2011 deficit would've been 50 percent less and the 2012 deficit of $1.6 billion would be reduced by about one-third, said Edward Ashworth, the director of the Louisiana Budget Project, a watchdog group.

    These and similar budget problems nationwide are symptoms of a larger condition, said Timothy J. Bartik, senior economist at the Upjohn Institute for Employment Research in Kalamazoo, Mich.

    "If state and local taxes were at the same percentage of state personal income as they were 40 years ago, you wouldn't have all these budgetary problems," Bartik said.

    Before California's Proposition 13 triggered a nationwide tax-cut revolt in the late 1970s, state and local taxes accounted for nearly 13 percent of personal income in 1972, Bartik said. By it was 11 percent.

    State corporate income taxes have fallen as well. Once nearly 10 percent of all state tax revenue in the late '70s, they accounted for only 5.4 percent in 2010.

    "It's a dying tax, killed off by thousands of credits, deductions, abatements and incentive packages," according to 2010 congressional testimony by Joseph Henchman, the director of state projects at the Tax Foundation, a conservative tax-research center.

    Even now, as states struggle to provide basic services and ponder job cuts that threaten their economic recovery, at least seven governors in states with budget deficits have called for or enacted large tax reductions, mainly for businesses.

    Five are newly elected Republicans in Florida, Maine, Michigan, New Jersey and Wisconsin. The others are Republican Jan Brewer of Arizona and Democrat Beverly Perdue of North Carolina.

    Their willingness to forgo needed tax revenue is hard to fathom, as states face a collective $125 billion budget shortfall for the coming fiscal year, said Jon Shure, the deputy director of the State Fiscal Project at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a respected liberal research institute in Washington.

    "To be cutting taxes when you're short of revenue is like saying you could run faster if you cut off your foot," Shure said.

    "States have suffered an unprecedented collapse in revenue, and they are at the bottom of a deep hole looking up, and these governors are saying, 'You need a ladder to climb out, but I'm going to give you a shovel instead, so you can dig the hole deeper.' "

    ...After the nation recovered from the 1990-91 recession, 43 states made sizable tax cuts from 1994 to 2001 as the economy surged. Twenty-eight states, in fact, reduced their unemployment insurance payroll taxes after 1995.

    But states that cut taxes the most ended up with the largest budget shortfalls and higher job losses when the economy slowed again in according to research by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.I think this is roughly as surprising as Charlie Sheen's tour bombing.

    Of course, it would fall to one of the smaller media companies to report that not everything is about cutting expenses, that maybe it's a revenue problem as well, if not more so.

    Whether you believe that tax cuts are part of a plan to attack public workers and privatize state functions, or just an unrealistic ideological belief, the fact is if you're not talking about right-sizing your state's taxation level, you're not serious about reducing the deficit.

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  • rhett7660
    May 2, 02:43 PM
    You mean this?

    Who gets this angry about computer platforms?


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  • gusnyc
    Mar 31, 08:11 PM
    I couldn't find where to click. I am using 3.2.6.

    Supposedly the organizer will open after plugging the iPad, but it doesn't happen. What am I doing wrong?

    Thanks for your answers.

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  • -AG-
    Apr 5, 06:33 PM
    I thought they were committed to Thunderbolt and ignoring USB 3.0

    I wish people would actually think before they post sometimes.

    YES this connector has USB3, it also has USB2, Thunderbolt and a pretty white cable too.

    What people fail to realise is that if you own a current gen/future Mac you can use the thunderbolt part of the connection, if you own an older version then it will use the USB2 part. OR if you are using a USB3 compatible PC then you can use their USB3 connection.

    Its actually a quite clever design and means that the iProducts 30pin connector can be relevant for many more years to come.

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  • peharri
    Sep 26, 03:10 PM
    I wish people would actually read the letter before jumping on Apple's back! It clearly states: "While Apple, of course, has no general objection to proper use of the descriptive term podcast as part of a trademark for goods and services in the podcast field...."

    That's how I read it too. The poll needs to be changed, right now it's like one of those Fox news polls:

    Q: Are you in favour of the War in Iraq?

    1. Yes, I support our troops and America! I think Bush should be President for years!
    2. No, I'm a coward and I also support Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden.

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  • blake836
    Jan 7, 08:42 AM
    I got the new facebook update for bug fixes on syncing but not for the fact that I can't hear when I get a notification... I got no sound...

    I ran the update for this today and I am getting no notifications at all even though they are all turned on in the settings.

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  • lewy
    Mar 26, 04:32 AM
    $6,78/gal = 5,1zł/l


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  • mazola
    Sep 25, 10:33 AM
    It's about time for a refresh!

    Sep 14, 04:52 PM
    i had it once, this summer, and i was *really* scared, when they first put an IV drip in my arm (they had to look forever to find a vein :eek:) but after they put the relaxant/whatever in the drip i was fine :p then they wheeled me into the operating room, put a mask on me and i was out before the anaesthesiologist (sp?) was done talking to me. the worst part was waking up in a lot of pain, so they gave me morphine, which made me nauseous, which was actually worse than the pain because try as i might i couldn't throw up...but good luck! i'm sure everything will go great for you, iGary!

    Apr 12, 03:28 PM
    Not to mention when dealing with these types of cases, discrimination is not generally proved in hiring cases with evidence from a single case, but rather over a whole set of applicants.

    Just look at the Walmart case for a good example of how these things are proven. There, it wasn't just that one woman didn't get a promotion, but that there was clear evidence of policies and practices that promoted men and not otherwise equivelent women.

    Lord Appleseed
    Apr 21, 10:23 AM
    Ivy Bridge's IGP will have 16 EUs (compared to 12 in SB IGP) along with DirectX 11 and OpenCL 1.1 support. If the clock speeds stay the same, then it would be around 50% faster than the current one, although that isn't that big of an upgrade.

    Apple never said they removed the BL KB because it is a luxury feature. In fact, none of us knows why Apple removed it.

    My guess is it's either to save battery, or they just needed the last bit of space

    Nov 21, 06:23 PM
    ...I mean isn't this just cold fusion?

    Why are these guys in Utah though?

    I think their being in Utah is entirely appropriate for cold fusion, don't you? ;)

    Oct 27, 01:14 AM
    Yeah! I knew paying for .mac would pay off in the end!! I like it. Cool stuff.

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