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  • Xenc
    Feb 13, 09:40 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-gb) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Yep! As long as you tag your music correctly (ie. have the song, artist and album names set).

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  • levitynyc
    Apr 7, 12:16 PM
    Some are fun. Did you grow up on these? I think those of us who did, still get a kick out of the simplicity of them. I know there's a couple I would love to have for some casual play.

    I started playing games in 1984 during the Crash. I grew up more on nintendo, but we had an atari in the house. I've gone back and played hundreds of Atari games over the years for a web site and I stand by my position that most of them are crap.

    Some games like Adventure, Tempest, Ms. Pacman hold up pretty well, but they are the exception.

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  • stoid
    Aug 19, 12:32 PM
    Ow, it hurts my head. Very artsy though. I like it, just not as an avatar. :D

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  • netdog
    Mar 31, 07:27 AM
    So for those of you who've used it, if machines are NOT mission critical, is installing the new Dev Preview 2 version of Lion pretty safe?


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  • wrldwzrd89
    Feb 22, 06:07 PM
    very active poster :confused: under 1 post a day and under 1500 posts, ;) not quite very active in my view.

    i'm sure ed will be a great mod, many a time my keyboard has been splattered with food when i almost choked laughing at pancake bunnys and melon cats :D.

    i would consider ~6-8 posts a day very active which is what i hit last summer for a while :o.
    My average is rapidly approaching 6 per day. I've posted 50 times in one day twice so far - that's the most I've ever made in one day.

    I agree with you regarding edesignuk - those pictures always make me chuckle.

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  • NWI73
    Feb 11, 08:33 AM
    That's not true - the change is not made in the rate plan section of the website. It's in the "manage features" section.


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  • Small White Car
    Apr 4, 10:47 AM
    I don't read FT. so your point is invalid.

    So you enjoy watching them abuse other people, but since it's not you then it's ok?

    What kind of a sick attitude is that? You think it's a good thing that they mistreat their readers? Why? Is it just funny to you or something?

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  • cytoxyn
    Oct 9, 04:13 PM
    no themes that i can find


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  • Vivid.Inferno
    Sep 10, 08:41 PM
    Been using this one for a while now.

    link to the original please =]

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  • tigress666
    Dec 10, 04:50 PM
    Doubtful since their warranty does not transfer to a second hand buyer. If I were to buy an iPod and then sell it on ebay a few weeks later the new owner would not be covered.

    Uh, what?

    I had them replace a third gen nano one time that broke and was at the end of its warranty that I bought off of ebay (and I freely admitted it to them too).


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  • Hermes Monster
    May 4, 04:43 PM
    Try it?

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  • Rojo
    Oct 16, 02:36 PM
    I was hoping the new web version would have a spam filter or domain blocker but I don't see it mentioned in the ad.

    .Mac webmail seems to be down again.
    Could the update finally be happening??


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  • dak
    Apr 4, 05:25 PM
    In the world of print, there are two ways to receive newspapers and magazines: single copies on the newsstand, or via subscription delivery. Subscription delivery is traditionally a lot cheaper than via the newsstand. The main reason for that is because the publisher knows demographic information about you, and they use that information to attract advertisers to the publication. They don't get that value from the anonymous newsstand purchaser, so prices are accordingly higher. Each issue of the publication is subsidized by the advertisers. (It costs a fortune to put together a world-class publication, paying writers and editors and designers and running the company.)

    These publishers want to continue to encourage people to subscribe to their electronic version by offering a lower price... they can only afford to do this by continuing to collect demographic user information that they can use to attract advertisers who will subsidize the cost of the publication. They will probably offer single issues online (or maybe even subscriptions online) at higher prices than the normal subscription to people who don't share their information. Your information is worth money, they know that and their advertisers know that, and you should know that too. If you withhold your information, you are holding back money, and thus asking for something for less. (Will you get it? How nicely are you asking?)

    All this talk about selling email addresses to third parties is speculation and red herrings. This is about subsidizing subscriptions and paying for content. It's the business of the subscription publishing industry, and Apple wants to change it. Change isn't inherently good or bad, but in this case change would mean either reduced content/quality or higher prices.


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  • crees!
    Oct 5, 07:51 PM
    I have to say this is "old news". Right after WWDC this info came out.


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  • �algiris
    May 1, 12:25 AM
    "Castle"? Can't come up with a lamer name than that. :rolleyes:

    Xoom, Zune ... Should i continue? 'Castle' sounds like a reasonable name.

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  • RavageScourge
    Feb 13, 06:22 AM

    Not very exciting :P


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  • Shigatsu
    Apr 15, 12:27 PM
    Here's mine.

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  • Sec102row1
    Apr 6, 03:10 PM
    I am assuming this is a cluster? I seriously doubt that would be enough space for every person to access their iTunes content via the cloud. The only conceivable way is if you were limited to the amount of space (like allocated into your 20GB default mobileme account). That would be weak. There are and have been options out there to use your home mac as a media server over the net. Orb is one of them. Besides, any unfortunate souls that were not grandfathered into the unlimited iPhone/iPad data plan would destroy their 3G usage. I still think ATT is the weakest link here for those. I am fortunate enough to have the unlimited data, but many, many people out there do not. (How do you live with 2GB a month???)

    Also, you can currently store music and video on your iDisk and access it via Quicktime on the iphone/pad/pod. It's just not a seamless interface with iTunes.

    Since they bought Lala, we've been anticipating this: I am really hoping Apple can convince the music and movie labels to allow a streaming subscription service to compete with Mog and Rhapsody (I use Mog currently), but it doesn't look all too promising because these said studios and labels are already at the mercy of Apple via iTunes.

    MobileMe is an ok service. I am a subscriber. But I think like the majority of everyone, I feel it can be so much more. The collaboration uses for MobileMe are extremely limited. For example: It's a shame that in order to collaborate with iCal (Read/Write both ends) you need to implement Google to make it work. That's lame. Anyway, enough ranting. Let's just say I really hope Apple finally blows us away with the possibilities in the cloud.... and sooner rather than later.

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  • Consultant
    Mar 23, 09:12 AM
    Its funny how every position at Apple is either a Vice President or Senior Vice President of something... hehe..

    No VP or SVP of magic though. =/ ;)

    Jun 22, 10:56 PM
    Games for sale:
    All prices shipped:
    Mass Effect: $30
    Oblivion (edition with all the bonus packs: $25 SOLD

    Willing to take offers on mass effect

    Apr 4, 02:05 PM
    Apple does allow opt-in, just not opt-out. So the problem lies with the FT.

    Not really.

    The terms with FT are that if you want to use their service you must provide them with the information. Then you can choose what you allow them to do with this information.

    If Apple does not want to allow FT to work that way they are effectively saying they don't want to do business with FT. And this is why FT is "holding out."

    Apple doesn't like the T&C's of FT.
    FT does not like the T&C's of Apple.

    So they are choosing not to do business with each other. Happens all the time.

    Apple users are the only ones that lose here.

    Sep 24, 09:15 PM
    So you'd rather his folks make all the big decisions for him and never let him become that adult?

    Parents should be slowly divesting themselves of big, life decisions to their children as they grow. Yes, you can set rules of the house but you can't actually actively prevent him from doing something.

    Who's talking about decisions? It's about teaching responsibilities.

    Obviously you can't prevent any person from doing as they desire, but setting rules is not a prison sentence, it's a loving parent exercising their responsibility to set guidelines for a yet not grown up (technically) young adult who doesn't know any better. Sure they need to learn by their mistakes, but tell that to him when he's 19 and responsible for a baby who never asked to be brought into the world. He'll have to grow up then won't he or can he?

    Amazing Iceman
    Apr 7, 11:21 AM
    4.3 and 4.3.1 has been a disaster. The animations are so choppy it makes it almost androidesque. I hope they actually fix it this time rather than just patching a jailbreak. I wish I could go back to 4.2.1 where the phone was actually stable and smooth.

    I noticed the same after upgrading to 4.3.x on my iPad.
    The UI is no longer as responsive as it used to be, and I also noticed there's a memory leak somewhere; not sure if it's caused by an application or the system itself is not reallocating memory properly.

    Powering OFF and restarting it every few days keeps it running better, but I still feel it's slower than before. :mad:

    Apr 8, 06:18 PM
    I have really been thinking of finally getting an iPhone.. but after hearing all these battery issues I am starting to think otherwise. IDK.. we'll see. At least its not as bad as the Thunderbolts 3-4hr battery!! LOL!! Thats just pathetic.

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