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  • *LTD*
    Apr 10, 11:59 PM
    Did they copy Apple to get 90% of the market?

    No, they licensed out their OS to everyone and anyone who could slam together a box and then set about strong-arming box-makers to use Windows and only Windows.

    Plus, PCs were and are cheap.

    The success of Windows has NOTHING to do with its quality as an OS, and has everything to do with MS' comfortable universal licensing racket.

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  • pmullins11
    Apr 13, 08:52 PM
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  • Calidude
    Apr 16, 04:23 PM
    I can't help but feel that your posts come from way inside the closet. Why do gay people frighten you so?
    It is not gay people that people should be afraid of. It's people who promote homosexuality through media, education, culture, and government that people should be afraid of.

    What if you don't know any role models (e.g. you are poor?)
    Last time I checked, it didn't take material wealth to have good character or to be exposed to it.

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  • Surf Monkey
    Mar 17, 04:33 PM
    The point is HE KNEW he didn't have all the money and yet let him walk out with the ipad..

    Nowhere in the thread does the OP say that the cashier knew that he hadn't collected enough money. On the other hand, the OP is quite clear that he knew that he hadn't paid enough.

    And what about if BB over charged his card $300 and didn't say anything about it... That happens all the time and customers don't catch it.... Maybe not that dollar amount but it still happens... I wonder how many BB throw in the warranty and not telling the customer they added it? A lot of people don't check their receipt.. I don't feel sorry for bestbuy or the kid..

    It was his problem....


    Irrelevant. If Best Buy over charges someone they're just as wrong as the guy who didn't pay enough. I'm not sure how it works where you are, but from where I sit two wrongs don't make a right.


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  • quagmire
    Nov 14, 10:01 PM
    That is reading too much into it. It's a game. Unlike Black Ops, it's storyline was linear. You had an idea of what was going on and why. Sure not everything made sense, but I repeat it is a game. For the sake of the storyline some things that don't make sense in real life will happen. There are tons of movies, tv shows, etc that have the same exact illogical things happening, but it isn't held against them unless it does get ridiculous which I didn't think MW2 did.

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  • fredoviola
    May 4, 09:46 AM
    A child's imagination is the magic thing, not the 500 dollar computer that dulls the child's truly magic thoughts. I wish Apple would stick to humorous ads. These pieces done with "moving" bits of piano music make me a bit sick.


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  • teme
    Oct 4, 04:29 AM

    The people I have spoken to who use PC's are not nerds or power users, however, they do have monitors that work perfectly fine and want to use them. Why would someone purchase a 20" iMac when they already have sitting on their desk a 12 month old 19" LCD? They may not all need expandability (or really understand what that means) but they are of the mind set that they must have the option. These people are simply not considering Apple computers because of the lack of an upgradeable computer that is under $1500 (the mini is not easily upgradeable unless you happen to be one of those nerds you are refering to). The gap between the mini and the Mac Pro is enormous in both power and price yet there is nothing in the middle price/power range. Simply dismissing this catagory of people will not convince them to buy an iMac. Further, saying the operating system will convince them to switch is a moot point if they never buy the computer in the first place.

    My friends, family, and co-workers are all interested in this "OS X thing" but get turned off at the price of the Pro, the lack of power of the mini, and the all in one of the iMac. This is what I am seeing, and Apple is losing sales because of it.

    You said the exact reasons why I bought a new PC tower and not a Mac, although I wanted to get a Mac.

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  • calderone
    Apr 10, 10:31 PM

    Got a great deal on a used executive model. Loving it so far.


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  • dongmin
    Oct 19, 03:08 PM
    Do you believe that the perpetual delay of Microsoft's Vista OS is allowing Apple to temporarily grab up some of the markey share? I'm not saying that people who would otherwise purchase a Wintel machine are switching to Mac because Vista is not out, but rather that some percentage are waiting to buy their new Core2Duo machine (or other upgrade to their current box) until they can get an full release version of Vista preinstalled on it.

    Just a conjecture, but I thought it was worth considering. I suppose we'll find out in the first two quarters of 2007 when Microsoft decides that they're ready to release that bad boy on the world . . .

    [JDOG, your post came in while I was still typing mine . . . sorry for the repeat]We're talking about hardware here, not OS. So Vista should have very little effect on Apple's PC marketshare, unless of course Vista's release encourages people to buy new PCs from Dell, HP, etc.

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  • kavika411
    Apr 26, 09:04 AM
    from a Washington Post blog (http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post_now/post/community-rallies-around-victim-of-mcdonalds-attack/2011/04/26/AFXDYkpE_blog.html):

    Asked whether he was considering charges against the McDonald's employee who shot video of the attack with his cellphone but apparently did not intervene or report it to the police, [state attorney Scott] Shellenberger said that Maryland law does not impose punishment on bystanders who fail to help a person being attacked. Only people who are deemed to have aided and abetted a crime can be charged in such circumstances, he said. The employee was fired from the restaurant after the incident.


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  • Glideslope
    Apr 25, 01:11 PM

    Define ftw? :apple:

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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 02:53 AM
    That's 7pm here in the UK... Just when I get home from work! :)

    Are any sites offering live feeds, etc?

    Macrumorslive.com does text feeds (the whole site shuts down, although at WWDC this year was the first time I've been able to access the forums the entire time, and the front page auto-refreshes every 60 seconds) from the event. They're not there but the feeds come from people who are.

    We'll be well informed, don't worry.


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  • xPismo
    Oct 28, 05:16 PM
    The whole OSx86 project is a warez project hiding behind OSS. It just re-enforces the negative OSS image.

    edit: They even have screenshots of Aqua running on an unknown Pentium 4 processor. If that's not promoting warez, what is it?

    Ack. Thats pretty damming text.

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  • rtdgoldfish
    Mar 23, 04:56 AM
    So last night I was checking my email after work and my computer makes a weird beep. I realized that the sound is made by Connect360 when a connection is made to an Xbox. I opened the program and it says my 360 is connected and media is being shared with it. This means that whoever stole my 360 is still in range of my wireless network.

    Got in my car with my laptop and found the range on my network is a bit larger than I had expected. About 8-10 houses on my block get at least some signal from my network

    This morning at 5am, my 360 connected to the network again and I decided to take a walk around the neighboorhood to see who was awake. I found two houses within range of my network that had a blue glow in the window from a TV. When the 360 was disconnected from the network about 30 mins later, I walked back around and there was one house that no longer had the TV on.

    I'm going to call the police department and talk to the officer that has been handling my case. I'm pretty sure I don't have enough information for them to get a search warrant but I'm getting more confident about actually getting my 360 back than I was three days ago.


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  • Illusion986
    Apr 15, 03:14 PM
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  • Highland
    Aug 3, 07:48 PM
    :eek: Dare!!??? As in double dog dare!!?? As in triple dog dare with a cherry on top!!?? ( Don't get your bowels in an uproar, I'm only teasing!!:D )
    I'm not upset :)

    I just find it really strange for people to defend questionable actions of large companies!


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  • dmr727
    Aug 9, 05:33 PM
    I completely agree with your position that we should have access to the efficient and modern diesels in this country.

    I hear this comment all the time. I was in Europe a few months back, and diesels were all over the place too. I don't know squat about the automotive industry, but given what you guys are saying about diesel's efficiency and so on - it seems to me that offering a modern diesel would be a slam dunk for an automaker in the States.

    So it begs the questions - why isn't it happening?

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  • killuminati
    Sep 7, 08:19 PM
    are you kidding me? So you're saying that it was just a publicity stunt? Just cuz kanye's black? :(

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  • skunk
    Aug 12, 05:49 AM
    would anyone care to explain why the uk price for a 30" cinema display is �1549 whereas in the US it is $1999 (around �1054.71) even with VAT included this still only comes to �1,239.28 - so why the huge margin...I guess it's not called rip-off Britain for nothing eh...Excluding VAT, my edu disc price is �1,213.00. I'm sorely tempted to order.

    Nov 16, 12:46 PM
    Well, no one said ditching.. I'm sure Apple's got their gear running on all sorts of things, just in case. Where Apple's machines are in the market, the Intel name and specs are far more valuable than AMD, no? Intel's got a fire under them now, and the sleeping giant's gathering steam, so while I'm sure Apple's got many plans, I can't see them expanding x86 suppliers for a long, long time..

    But, then again, who wants to watch movies on a 3" screen? :-)

    I can't see Apple ditching intel this early somehow.

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    Apr 13, 12:48 PM
    I'm going to duck out of this thread but I want to answer this one....

    I could sharpen that butter knife to a lethal edge in less that 10 min. They did the right thing.

    And I can get a knife or fork at one of dozens of restaurants inside the terminal post security. What's your point?

    Apr 29, 02:54 PM
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    Mar 7, 07:21 AM
    Yes, it's Apples highly erratic priorities that are puzzling.

    Their extreme hypocrisy and superiority complex that causes them to go into denial in so many cases.

    They stonewall and refuse to operate in a candid & open way with customers. Instead they practice silently hiding as many of their issues as possible.

    Apples one true area of brilliance is their masterful art of marketing. In the finest example of typical American deceptive advertising, Apple describes their products as "magical & revolutionary".

    What a crock.

    They can't or won't even build a cool running MBP, after years on the market.


    I'm sorry the market and the industry hasn't responded the way you would have liked.

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