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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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  • FireStar
    Sep 30, 06:40 PM
    I know that it is a fake, but where does it say Switcheasy?

    Oh. Now I see. Never mind.

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  • mnkeybsness
    Jul 11, 06:49 PM
    this worked for me at the screen saver password prompt. another issue that apple really needs to address.

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  • Joshuarocks
    Mar 25, 01:29 AM
    Although not found in the BETA version, I hope they put Rosetta back in. Such a small program which doesn't take up too much space. I don't see why not as snow leopard has Rosetta support.

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  • s2dio
    Apr 23, 01:26 PM
    Hello everybody.

    I have a question about putting the bottom case (plate) back.

    Is there a special (or recommended) order to put the screws in to ensure that the bottom case is properly aligned? To avoid wobbling, creaking etc.

    Maybe there is some kind of a "service manual" for the Air 2010? (there used to be one for the original Air).


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  • Langee
    May 4, 03:00 PM
    no. i tried that as i saw a lot of people had that problem on the 2010 version but no luck.

    The humming is constant no matter the brightness

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  • andrewmulligan
    Nov 9, 11:34 AM
    Pages isn't the best for Word Processing. I'll either use TextEdit or Word. I think that it's nearly impossible for Apple to compete with the MS Office Suite. Kudos to them for trying and if they succeed with it for the Mac Market, then good for them. Still, I'll get Office 2007 as soon as it comes out and use that.


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  • mac jones
    May 2, 07:55 PM
    SSD's a very useful. The previous post is a good idea. If your strapped for cash, you can get a 30GB SSD and do what the previous poster suggested.

    It's really a very useful upgrade, and can be done on a shoestring.

    Note: Apple themselves are moving to Solid state. I wouldn't be surprised if the next round of machines will all have dedicated flash Boot partitions separate from the main HD options. (just a guess).

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  • wilhelmreems
    Mar 24, 11:24 AM
    i had a similar problem with my nikon 50mm, inconsistent focus and hunting for focus, even after i locked it. Problem was, I thought i locked it, but i didn't check the settings on the camera iteself. I was set up for continuous focus instead of single focus, which accounted for the lens hunting and refocusing everytime i tried to compose a shot.

    not sure if this helps, but once i did realize my error of not resetting the camera for what i was trying to do, the problem was gone.


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  • FluJunkie
    Apr 20, 10:43 PM
    Depends on what you call normal.

    Mathematica 8 (http://www.wolfram.com/mathematica/new-in-8/)

    Indeed. I can definitely think of some scientific computing applications that will, essentially, eat as much resources as you want to give them.

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  • Quillz
    Jun 29, 04:08 PM
    People forget that Apple has first and foremost always been a hardware company, one that produces electronic gadgets. Yes, they started off making computers, but even as early as the late 80s/early 90s, Apple was moving into other directions, such as the Newton (PDA) and the Pippin (video game console.) I don't think that a keynote dedicated to the iPhone is in any way a sign that Mac OS X is being "neglected." It's simply a presentation matter. It's easier to make a 90-minute keynote talking about new features in iPhone OS 2.0 than it is to say, "Snow Leopard will not have any major new features. Whoopee."


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  • DeusInvictus7
    May 6, 09:25 AM
    Caviar Black here in my i7 27".

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  • friarbayliff
    Aug 5, 03:46 PM
    Wow, that is really cool. Now, if BMW but that kind of apple technology in their cars, I would buy one right away. :)


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  • Morn
    Dec 21, 08:20 PM
    But nothing in a laptop gets hot enough to burn anything...

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  • crazzyeddie
    Dec 6, 01:45 PM
    How can a chip be the size of a PCI card?

    The biggest chip I ever saw was an IBM Power processor, which is about the size of a palm (less fingers).

    Not the actual chip, but the entire package (GPU, board, VRAM, etc) is quite large and quite hot, possibly the size of what you are describing, which is way too big for Apple's current and future portable offerings.


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  • kammron
    Dec 8, 06:53 PM
    if you go to the page just just stick with the 3 i mentioned and you wont regret it, they look awsome.
    i didnt get any pop ups, thats awfull. :mad:

    "AquaX III 1.3.1"
    "AquaX III Graphite" <----(the second one)
    "Aqua (no pin stripes)"

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  • MacRumorUser
    Mar 20, 11:54 AM
    Nice way of telling me it's worth avoiding :D
    You read into that what you wanted to hear.

    There's nothing to avoid really. It's near the best version of lemmings since the Amiga ones.

    Faults are the no mouse support, but in fairness the controller works very well. And 40 levels wont last you forever.

    But like I say for �3.50 can you really complain ?

    Well as it's you Jimmi - the answer is probably ;) :p :D j/k


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  • dmr727
    Oct 2, 09:40 AM
    You'll have to replace the motherboard, unfortunately.

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  • Dalton63841
    Dec 24, 11:52 PM

    And no, not a cat, per say :D

    I wish this was Gizmodo so I could heart you! Somebody get this man an award.

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  • DanTheMan
    Dec 22, 01:23 PM
    Did a search, but couldn't find any sites in the U.S. selling it....know where one could get it?

    I checked and I think the only place that sells it is Dension USA (http://www.densionusa.com). I called them because I am also looking to get this solution for my car and they said it would not be shipping until February 2005 and it will cost about $219

    Also of note with the Dension solution if you get a new car down the road and want to move it to the new car, it will only work if the new car is the same make as your current car (i.e. Honda to Honda not Honda to BMW) which sucks because they should just make it so you can just swap cable connecting the ICE Link to the car's headunit. Oh well I guess I'll see what the iCruze has to offer when it comes out.

    Jun 23, 11:48 AM

    WELL DONE ALL! Great imagination! :D

    Apr 26, 11:13 PM
    I know it can be done so do not post saying it's impossible, there are adapters that allow you to and ones to play it connecting it to your MBP then to the apple display, but how could I do that? What adapters would I need and how steep of a price am I looking at?

    Apr 9, 10:37 PM
    I salvaged 4 of the 1st generation iMacs from a storage closet. Unfortunately the RAM is so abysmal that I can't begin to install OS X.

    I can't find OS 9.x install discs for a reasonable price. They're all a fortune.

    If anyone can help me acquire, borrow, copy, torrent, whatever a version of this OS we (my students and I) would appreciate it.

    Of course, you're asking, "What the heck will students do with these relics?" We have kids with multiple disabilities. We're running some VERY basic software, games, etc. So these iMacs will provide basic functionality needed.


    Question, what is this machine running right now. its important because if it really is a first generation iMac, it needs to have had the firmware update 1.2 installed first. If you don't do that, OS 9 won't install. if its been running 8.6 or higher, it should be fine. This applies to all tray loading iMacs.

    If its a slot loader, you don't have to worry about it.

    Jan 26, 11:23 AM
    BERLIN � Esther Bejarano says music helped keep her alive as a Jewish prisoner in Auschwitz and in the years that followed.

    Now, 65 years after the liberation of the Nazi death camp, the 85-year-old has teamed up with the hip-hop band Microphone Mafia to spread her anti-racism message to German youth. "It's a clash of everything: age, culture, style," Bejarano, a petite lady with an amiable chuckle, told The Associated Press ahead of Auschwitz Liberation Day on Wednesday. "But we all love music and share a common goal: we're fighting against racism and discrimination."

    In Shalom, the first track of the CD Bejarano and the Microphone Mafia released last year titled Per La Vita, the bands sing about longing for world peace. "My head is bowed, too many tears held back," the song goes. "Worried I look around and see what happens, I'm not their leitmotif, which is the base of their lives: Violence, hatred and death, because too many people remained silent."

    The daughter of a Jewish cantor from Saarbruecken in western Germany, Bejarano grew up in a musical home studying piano until the Nazis came to power and tore her family apart. Bejarano was deported to Auschwitz, where she became a member of the girls' orchestra, playing the accordion every time trains full of Jews from across Europe arrived at the death camp. "We played with tears in our eyes," Bejarano remembered. "The new arrivals came in waving and applauding us, but we knew they would be taken directly to the gas chambers."

    Bejarano survived, but her parents and sister Ruth were killed by the Nazis.

    For the past 20 years Bejarano has played music mostly from the past � Yiddish melodies, tunes from the ghetto and Jewish resistance songs � with her children Edna and Yoram in a Hamburg-based band called Coincidence.

    About two years ago, Kutlu Yurtseven, a Turkish immigrant rapper from the Cologne-based Microphone Mafia, got in touch with the band to see if they'd team up with them. "Our band wanted to do something against the growing racism and anti-Semitism in Germany," Yurtseven, 36, said in a phone interview Tuesday.

    "Yoram told me that first of all he had to ask his mother Esther what she thought about a crossover project with a bunch of young rappers." Esther Bejarano, it turned out, thought hip-hop music "was really a bit too loud," but also said she saw it as a good way to reach out to Germany's youth.

    "We want to keep the memories of the Holocaust alive, but at the same time look into the future and encourage young people to take a stand against new Nazis," said Bejarano. "I know what racism can lead to and the members of Microphone Mafia are immigrants and have experienced their share of discrimination as well."

    Yurtseven, a Muslim, also sees a message of religious harmony. "All religions ask to love and respect others and that's what we do as well," Yurtseven said.

    The crossover of modern hip-hop and traditional Jewish folklore turned out to be quite a hit. The rappers have mixed Jewish songs with stomping hip-hop beats and also created new lyrics for some of the songs that are more accessible for a younger audience.

    Last summer, the two bands released Per La Vita and a documentary about the band that was initially scheduled for the Auschwitz liberation anniversary is now supposed to be ready later this year to be shown at high schools across Germany. The CD was released on a small, independent label and it was not clear how many copies were sold.

    Currently, the troupe is touring through Germany. Their audiences range from teenage immigrants at metropolitan youth centers to a more established, older crowd that usually favors Bejarano's classic approach to music. "They all love it," said Bejarano. "Even some of the older guests sometimes climb on the chairs and dance."

    Bejarano said it can be exhausting at her age to perform on stage with a bunch of youngsters but that she has found ways to adjust the shows to her needs. "I've educated the boys," Bejarano said with her trademark chuckle. "We've lowered the volume and I told them to stop jumping around on stage all the time."

    For Yurtseven and his fellow band members, the fact that they are performing with an Auschwitz survivor has been a unique experience as well. "I once asked Esther how she can still make music after Auschwitz," he remembered. "And she said that if they had also taken away the music from her, she would have died."

    LINK (http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/eu_germany_holocaust_hip_hop)

    What a cool collaboration and a great message. :)

    Apr 17, 12:38 PM
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