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  • Chundles
    Sep 27, 10:24 AM
    i just dont think it's valid

    btw my dad and i are currently building me a double bed, giggedy giggedy giggedy, alright

    I've got a double bed - doesn't mean a damn thing.... :( :mad:

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  • Blue Velvet
    Nov 23, 01:14 PM
    I strongly suggest you copy off your work folder or files onto the desktop or wherever and work from them there, copying the new files back onto your Flash drive when you're done.

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  • qawes
    Oct 16, 09:17 AM
    Current one, too big for a thumbnail: http://content.wallpapers-room.com/resolutions/1920x1200/w/Wallpapers-room_com___white_stones_wallpaper_by_goldfish2008_1920x1200.png

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  • iAAPL
    Apr 26, 09:56 PM
    What do you guys think of the 'promo' I made for my App?

    YouTube Link (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXnra7X8RzQ)

    I couldn't believe how easy it was to use the iMovie '11 Trailers feature. It was a little bit strict, so I did have to export it, then import it to make some minor adjustments, but still, very simple.


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  • GGJstudios
    May 2, 03:09 PM
    Double-click on a .zip file. The uncompress function is already in your Mac.

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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    May 4, 04:21 AM
    so it seem that everybody is jumping on this cloud bandwagon. just wondering if having web based operating systems and file storage will slow down broadband internet speed?

    is that a concern? honestly i'd rather have faster internet, if that's the choice.

    could somebody tell me more about this?


    Using more bandwidth will... use more bandwidth.


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  • phillymjs
    Oct 3, 08:51 PM
    One of my clients is a huge, global corporation (that shall remain nameless), and they use Notes. I only support a smallish design department that uses Macs, and I quickly learned to loathe Notes.

    Allow me to quote a rant I wrote about it on 10/8/02, after coming home from a long day of battling Notes issues at that client:

    "Lotus Notes [6.0] for the Mac is a turd that they just keep trying to polish. Whoo hoo, it's finally Carbonized and sports the Aqua interface-- that's like putting a fresh coat of paint on an outhouse. This is the most half-assed Mac port of a Windows app since Microsoft Word 6-- scads of 8.3-named library files, a terribly unMaclike interface that is possibly the worst mangling of the 'web browser' metaphor that I have ever seen, and a complete inability to accommodate more than one user per machine, even on a multi-user based OS like Mac OS X. You'd think a company like IBM could actually assemble a team of competent Mac programmers, but judging by the quality of Notes for the Mac, they can't. Memo to IBM/Lotus: Half-assed Mac support is worse than none at all. Rebuild Notes [for the Mac] from scratch, or take it out back and shoot it. It makes Outlook/Exchange look like paradise, even with all the security and virus problems."

    That client is now using 6.5.4, and I still hate it. Four years later, and it *still* wants to put the user data folder inside the Notes application folder by default when you install! Last week I ran Migration Assistant to move someone's data back to a PowerBook that had returned from being serviced, and Notes got messed up somehow. It was set to spellcheck all outgoing messages automatically, but lost the location of its dictionary. How do you think Notes would handle that? Just inform the user, "I can't spellcheck, but would you like me send out the message anyway?", right? Wrong! It wouldn't let the user send any mail at all, until I remoted in and disabled the spellcheck entirely. When I was back on site today, I had to reinstall Notes on her machine to fix it.

    Which brings us to the problem of support. The only solution I can find for 99% of Notes issues on the Mac is to just reinstall the damned thing.

    I could keep on going, but you get the picture.... Notes is a godawful abortion of a software program, and I would lead a much happier life if I didn't have to deal with it. IBM claims they want to improve it? Well they've certainly got their work cut out for them, don't they?


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  • TvvitterBug
    Jan 7, 02:46 PM
    You should check out TvvitterBug Version 1.0 available on the App Store. It's incredibly simple, powerful, flexible, fast, and most importantly fun! It quickly and easily allows you to customize your Twitter experience just for you. Released yesterday!


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  • Anuba
    Jan 10, 04:12 PM
    So whats your opinion, personally i think it was to focused on the iphone...

    I hate these keynotes with a passion and always wish someone would napalm all the smug brainwashed idiots in the audience constantly applauding Steve "Hitler" Jobs like he was deity... ooh look a button, this calls for a standing ovation... creepy freaks. But enough about me.

    I thought it was pretty underwhelming. Even though the iPhone appears to be a very cool and well designed gadget, the battery solution blows (short life + non-swappable) and 4/8 GB is a joke. Initially it seemed everyone was drooling all over the screens, but after the excitement had settled down I guess it wasn't so hot after all. For some reason it gave me flashbacks to that Keynote where he showed that god awful Motorola ROKR phone with built-in iTunes, with all these old geezer CEOs from various third parties making awkward fish-out-of-water appearances and stuttering their way through written notes... but yeah, I guess people who were looking forward to Leopard would feel kind of miffed. Myself I don't get very excited over point releases, call me when they have OS11 ready.

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  • r0n1n
    Apr 13, 11:27 PM
    Here's mine. :)


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  • snydz
    Jan 12, 09:34 PM
    Not sure if somebody has caught this yet, but there's HD content available already on iTunes this evening (screenshots attached). They're calling it AppleTV HD. It's just some podcasts right now, but I'd consider it a good omen.

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  • showtime
    Jun 23, 01:39 PM
    Hey guys, I want to buy a blackberry curve. Doesn't matter if it's the 8300, 8310 or 8320. The cosmetic condition is not important either as long as everything is in perfect working order. I'd prefer to buy a very scratched up curve if it means a lower price so here's a chance to get rid of a beat up blackberry. Please post or PM me what you have. Thanks!


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  • elhungarian
    Apr 24, 11:36 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_6 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8E200 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Why not just wait for iPhone 5?

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  • Rocketman
    Nov 29, 01:52 PM
    I believe you are all missing the point.

    The studios want HDCP over DVI and HDMI or whatever. There are no current systems that properly use it, even if they say they do, because the licenses or permissions have not been distributed yet and they are HARDWARE objects.

    HARDWARE is Apple's forte.

    I suspect iTV is actually a series of devices that properly implement HDCP to suit the studios that demand seamless and enforceable content protection. As mentioned, mainly to protect the asset of a time sensitive and expensive major movie release.

    There are really only two premium price revenue timeframes for movies. A few weeks after theatrical release and a few months after DVD (now online) release. They simply want to protect the "premiumness" of the price.

    Apple does that in computers with methods to try to prevent installation and proper use of OSX on any computer but an Apple. It mainly works.

    So I suspect we will see a "new" video iPod and iTV as a breakout box for your existing TV, and iTV enabled LCD TV's in the "media release".

    Then no studio will hesitate.



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  • Sankersizzle
    Aug 10, 04:44 PM
    Added geektool scripts finally! I feel like my corners are balanced now. So many useful small apps too! Let me know what you guys think!

    http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/5117/augustpost.png (http://img821.imageshack.us/img821/9918/picture1001406.png)

    this looks awesome! does having these scripts on your computer slow it down it all?

    if not, is there a tutorial to do this sort of this somewhere on this site? there used to be in one of the old desktop threads but i can't find it at the moment :(.

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  • mugtastic
    Mar 23, 10:01 PM
    i'm experiencing glitching when playing video.

    mostly .avi on vlc - the video will stop for a second, pixelate for a few seconds then go back to normal.

    i was experiencing some glitching in safari as well (shortperiods of beachballs) so i upgraded to a momentus xl hard drive (500gb 7200rpm hybrid) and now i have no issues remaining except the video.

    i'm on a c2d white macbook, 2.4 ghz and have just done a clean install of snow leopard.

    machine is running great with the new drive but if anyone knows what the hitch with videos might be i'd appreciate the insight - thanks.


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  • davie18
    Mar 31, 10:23 AM
    They're making software for a device produced by a company that wants nothing to do with them.
    Erm, so?

    There are a huge number of people that use photoshop on macs...

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  • revelated
    Jan 18, 12:10 AM
    Back in the 90s, auto magazines in the US criticized the Jetta for being too small (similar criticisms were leveled at the underrated Mondeo sold here as the Contour). I always like the in-between size of the Jetta, but apparently most Americans prefer larger cars.

    I would like to think I'm wrong, but most Americans seem to correlate size and quality, i.e. bigger cars are better. People can't understand why anyone would buy a smaller car when a bigger one could be had at the same price.

    I have owned three "small" cars. A 1988 Ford Tempo, a 1990 Geo Storm, and a 1995 Ford Probe. All three were solid cars. However I have not bought a small car in many years for one reason. It's not that "big" cars are better because they're big. It's because generally speaking, the gas mileage on most smaller cars isn't better than those of standard sedans. In some cases it's worse. Case in point: Nissan Versa vs. Nissan Altima 2.5SL. The Altima destroys the Versa in real world mileage. Plus you get the added room and comfort and features. The price is only slightly higher in terms of monthly payments.

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  • cantthinkofone
    Dec 27, 10:20 PM
    2 OU Hoodies
    4 OU Shirts
    3 OU Blankets
    An OU Ornament

    Your poor poor soul. What a horrible joke to have been played on you.

    Jul 26, 06:56 PM
    I hope this means we will see HDMI out on the next MacBook Pros. I really want to be able to use my soon-to-be-had MacBook Pro Core2Duo as a media center too. With that said, here's to hoping the new MBPs have HDMI and the ability to output Dolby PLII and at least 1080i. My current 1.25ghz G4 book chokes on 720p so I never hook it up to my plasma HDTV.


    I'm still not convinced that Blu Ray is going to beat out HD-DVD.

    Apr 7, 03:57 PM
    can you believe that four game that are going for .99 cents used to cost like $5000.00 each as a large arcade console just 28 years ago? Damn!

    May 5, 04:42 PM
    Btw I am really getting into the 240/260 Z cars, I want one so bad as a project car.

    Mar 31, 10:40 AM
    This is awesome. So far, my reason for not buying into the iPad hype is because I can't use photoshop on the iPad - nor many other productivity applications. This changes things a bit� hope it'll come out soon!

    Oct 16, 11:53 AM

    Loving this wallpaper, but it sucks cause it's very pixelated. Can someone maybe make it bright or does someone have a HD version of this wallpaper?
    Can someone make it look nicer? This is the wallpaper:


    Thanks in advance.

    Check it out here:


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