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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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  • Alastair Cook - Photo shooting

  • cwosigns
    Jun 18, 09:07 PM
    I might show. What time does it open?

    EDIT: Never mind; 7 AM.

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  • Alastair Cook draws a crowd

  • waterskier2007
    Jun 20, 03:25 PM
    Yes, payments need to be made via paypal to joelanthonyarnold@gmail.com

    ok im at work now but i should be able to set up an account tomorrow, keep the pink sock for me

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  • Bat 3, signed by Alastair Cook

  • transmaster
    Apr 9, 05:56 PM
    I really like my OtterBox Defender, as I mentioned in my review above I almost did not switch over to the the Ivyskin Q3. It is thick, it will not work in any of my docking ports but for protection you can't beat it. OtterBox has a new case in the works that my be of interest here. It has not been released yet it is called the Reflex, see the link below. According to the description it has the protection of the Defender with a slim design and a snap off bottom for docking. It sounds very interesting. :)

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  • Alastair Cook - Ashes

  • locust76
    Aug 13, 02:37 PM
    Wait... They don't have QuickTime 10 yet!?!?!?:eek:

    The only reason Windows users even have Quicktime in the first place is because you can't install iTunes without that crap.

    In fact, it's so crappy, I don't think it even tries to take over file associations when it's installed. Apple knows they'll just be reset anyways, so Quicktime just sits there like a vestigial limb. It's an entirely wasted 32 megabytes, whereas VLC can play a million times more formats than Quicktime and is half the size.

    Oh, but Quicktime looks like brushed aluminum. Great. And it can't do fullscreen unless you pay for it. Fantastic.


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  • Alastair Cook

  • dylangurl21
    Feb 29, 04:47 PM
    Ha, I have been looking for one of these to try out ATT for a while and just got lucky enough to be signing on to MR when your post was at the top!

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  • batsman, Alastair Cook.

  • rwilliams
    May 5, 05:26 PM
    Does anyone have this problem? IPhoto duplicates the event section. When sync to the iPhone. Shows in iTunes but not in iPhoto .

    I believe this is an iPhoto bug, not an iOS or iTunes problem. It only showed up when people upgraded to 9.1.2. Earlier versions of iPhoto and Aperture do not have this problem.


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  • England Cricketer Alastair

  • Gix1k
    Mar 14, 09:50 AM
    I have no clue what he did to say he'd get a "WTF" from Aplle but good going anyway!

    He made jailbreak possible when they thought they closed it...yet again...so there's a WTF moment.

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  • England#39;s Alastair Cook reacts

  • floyde
    Sep 23, 01:41 PM
    So your assertation is that since nature takes a long time to make changes on it's own, any changes we make much faster will be OK. That makes sense, insomuch as now i know that the anti-global-warming people just aren't applying any logic anymore.

    My thoughts exaclty.
    Sdashiki, when people talk about global warming, they usually don't refer to the phenomenon per se (which is a natural process that changes climate slowly over thousands of years), but to the part of it that is caused by human activities (which is a rapid change of climate due to the emission of greenhouse gases).

    from a scientific (NOT environmentalist) point of view cant be proven
    Well that's interesting, but "actual" scientists mostly agree that it is real (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Global_warming):

    The scientific opinion on climate change, as expressed by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and explicitly endorsed by the national science academies of the G8 nations, is that the average global temperature has risen 0.6 � 0.2 �C since the late 19th century, and that "most of the warming observed over the last 50 years is attributable to human activities",

    Anyway, what can't be easily proven is that these hurricanes are related to global warming, not that global warming is taking place.


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  • Broad and Alastair Cook

  • oakie
    May 1, 08:06 AM
    shop for any speakers that are "shielded"

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  • Alastair Cook celebrates his

  • aarond12
    Jan 10, 05:52 PM
    This always confuses me. Why do they call it a newsreader? Why not an RSS reader? This does nothing more than keep track of and read RSS feeds. It's not significantly different/better than the RSS capability built into Safari or Firefox.

    Maybe I'm a purist (or a snob), but to me a "newsreader" is an application used to read the newsgroups (the Usenet). Panic's Unison application is a newsreader. It connects to newsgroup servers and allows me to read posts and download attachments.

    Am I being too picky?



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  • Alistair Cook (Essex CCC)

  • gentleman00
    Jun 22, 01:56 PM
    Does it make a difference where I purchase my iPhone 4?:confused:

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  • Alastair Cook made the point

  • lee50539310
    May 4, 03:38 AM
    Let’s distinguish these adapters:
    1)weight and apperance
    Origianl: 60W about 230g, 85W about 300g
    2 apple logos on each surface, soft white color, words is clear, and AC input side has a metal hat.


    Replacement: 60W about 210g, 85W about 270g
    Most times without apple logo to avoid Customs. Pure white colors. Words on the bottom is very simple and a little dim. AC input side is a plastic hat.

    Refurbish:I only sell one time refurbish with new original circuit and replacement cases.If seller use original used/broken circuit and original case, hard to distinguish if don’t open it. Most time you can find scratches on the suface and the gap between cases are larger.

    Someone use high-copy cases, if don’t check carefully you can’t find the difference. Also soft white but words are not smooth as original.


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  • Alastair Cook

  • whiteshadoww
    Jun 20, 05:10 PM
    Trying to work with my mind really on the new product. But we have iOS 4 to look forward to - when will that be released?

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  • Stuart Broad v Alastair Cook:

  • Ceebee1980
    May 6, 02:43 AM
    There are definitely some strong yet subtle speed boosts. Some of what I noticed:

    -Radeon 6750m screen tearing is gone.
    -Safari seems snappier. Not joking though. A lot faster.
    -Trackpad responsiveness is drastically increased in Safari and elsewhere. Before, I had issues where if I clicked on the bookmark bar, it wouldn't register the click sometimes. Very annoying. But now it seems to be fixed.
    -No ssd for me, but reboot times seem a bit faster.
    -Temps seem a hair lower too.


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  • Alastair Cook addresses the

  • Brian33
    Apr 4, 03:14 PM
    How do i know what format the drive is in?

    Plug the external drive into your MacBook Pro, and open a finder window. The WD drive should show up in the left part of the finder window, under devices.

    Right-click on the drive, and click on "Get Info".

    In the Info window, part way down you'll see the format. For example:

    Format: MS-DOS (FAT32)
    Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
    something else for NTFS...

    Remember, you can't reformat a drive (or a partition) without losing the files currently on that drive (partition). So, you MUST copy the files somewhere else, first.

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  • England#39;s Alastair Cook has

  • aafuss1
    Jan 9, 10:38 AM
    I'm more excited about iWork-as I use Pages & Keynote a lot more than I use Word and Powerpoint.


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  • Alastair Cook, whose birthday

  • Intell
    Dec 12, 08:32 PM

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  • Alastair Cook

  • johnnj
    Apr 22, 12:47 PM

    So, just to be clear, I need to format the opti-bay drive partition as NTFS so Windows can read it?

    You'll need to create a new partition using Disk Utility. Once Win7 is up and running, just reformat it as NTFS.


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  • Captain Cook takes helm from

  • macnulty
    Jan 1, 12:26 PM
    Besides the obvious of Apple, Filemaker and Nisus (Writer Express 2, great word processor)

    Apr 23, 11:04 AM
    Don't buy AppleCare on eBay unless you can get the box.

    Apr 2, 11:37 AM
    Wow - Godfather is great.

    I played it solidly from 11am on Saturday until 2am on Sunday, hardly pausing for food even. Why would anyone want to play GTA when you can play something similar with a much better plot and characters?

    Because GTA is a much better game (better character development & customisation, better fighting, better weapons, better vehicles, better steering controls, richer gameplay etc.) in a much richer, more varied and larger setting, with an 'original' plot with lots of side plots.

    Mar 16, 12:59 PM

    It's, erm, insania. The gist of it being that the whip-wielding vampire-vanquishing adventure into androgyny, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, is going to vanquish vampires and wield whips on Xbox Live Arcade this Wednesday (when else?). An 800 MS Point ($10) expenditure will net you both the original version of the game and another that boasts improved HD visuals and sound.

    Feb 20, 02:12 PM
    I'm looking at upgrading my Mac Mini to 8GB of RAM (from 4). I checked out the Apple store (eeek, I know) and it was around $600 CDN for the 8GB of RAM!!!!

    Question, though...based on what I know of the type of RAM in the mini, I can purchase some non-Apple branded RAM form my local computer store for about $100.

    I know Apple is over-priced, but this is insanely over-priced. Am I missing something or risking anything if I go with the non-Apple RAM?

    Specifically, the RAM I'm looking at getting is this one:

    Sep 8, 06:37 PM
    Originally posted by awrootbeer

    And for those of you who arn't fans of Spymac, ThinkSecret just posted the same thing.

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