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  • Jolly Jimmy
    Aug 12, 10:56 AM
    This one has a few.

    http://www.metacritic.com/music/upcomingreleases.shtml




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  • ranviper
    Feb 1, 01:22 PM
    LIIINNNNKKKK!!!!? Badass wallpaper, man.

    Haha, I know i love it. Heres the link. Enjoy :D

    http://interfacelift.com/wallpaper_beta/details/2461/african_sunset.html




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  • skunk
    May 5, 12:17 PM
    I want retribution, so do most americans.Yes, it's one of your less appealing traits.
    And please define "destroyed", those countries were radical muslim wastelands and iraq had an evil dictator.They were pretty much destroyed as it is. Just like dirty trash bins attract flies and rats, those countries attract terrorists.Which terrorists were you referring to in Iraq?Your solution to just leave the middle east alone is counterproductive, ignoring bullies never worked. Your country tried that with hitler, how did that work out for you?I can't believe you are being this crass. Your last President's grandfather was trading with Hitler for three years while Britain was engaged in a life-or-death struggle. Your country has installed bullies in several governments. How did that work out for you?

    As for enhanced interrogation, go for it. Skunk, i know you want the best for the world and im sure you're good intentioned, but many of your views are simply unrealistic. The world isn't that rosey.The world isn't going to get any rosier until you raise the bar.




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  • Sydde
    Mar 3, 11:08 AM
    Apologies for replying to this post: I am guessing the poster has me on ignore, so my response would be unfair if he cannot see it
    'turned into' a a profit machine? As opposed to... when?
    Providing health services and goods has always been a for-profit enterprise. This is exactly what has lead to the amazing growth in medical technology in the past 100 years.
    Yeah, I kind of doubt that. The amazing growth of medical technology arises from academia, not private industry. AHIP have just been along for the ride, driving up costs while contributing nothing of value.
    For the record, the (wealthy) are paying their fair share. The top 50% of wage earners pay over 95% of the income tax. Your disgusting attack on all conservatives wanting to '****' over all citizens is just that... disgusting ... Lower taxes? Strong business climate with low unemployment? You seem to be contradicting yourself... what strong middle class policies are you specifically talking about?
    Al Jazeera has an interesting take on the failure of "neo-liberalism" (http://english.aljazeera.net/indepth/opinion/2011/02/201122414315249621.html). You should find their conclusions interesting:
    What is neoliberalism? In his Brief History of Neoliberalism, the eminent social geographer David Harvey outlined "a theory of political economic practices that proposes that human well-being can best be advanced by liberating individual entrepreneurial freedoms and skills within an institutional framework characterised by strong private property rights, free markets, and free trade." Neoliberal states guarantee, by force if necessary, the "proper functioning" of markets; where markets do not exist (for example, in the use of land, water, education, health care, social security, or environmental pollution), then the state should create them.

    Guaranteeing the sanctity of markets is supposed to be the limit of legitimate state functions, and state interventions should always be subordinate to markets. All human behavior, and not just the production of goods and services, can be reduced to market transactions.
    Ah, hmm, maybe there is a linguistic disconnect at work here. Vilifying the "liberals", blaming them for creating the environment that led to unrest in north Africa and drawing salient parallels to US could have unintended results.

    The charts look amazing on my iPhone.

    Are you easily amazed?



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  • Sun Baked
    Feb 13, 05:39 AM
    Let the battle commence!

    Well you know, everyones got to do a little bit of kissing up now and then :eek: ;) :Dhttp://forums.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=20418&stc=1 http://forums.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=20418&stc=1 http://forums.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=20418&stc=1 http://forums.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=20418&stc=1

    http://forums.macrumors.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=15956&stc=1

    Yeah, right...




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  • mcrain
    Mar 2, 04:27 PM
    I agree.

    Me too.



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  • ashman70
    May 6, 11:15 PM
    Says it's coming from China, probably a knock off.




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  • Doctor Q
    May 2, 04:49 PM
    The eligibility rules in the U.S., which are observed by the Red Cross and other blood donation centers, are very broad in eliminating groups with risk factors, the same way your zip code or your sex might affect your insurance rates. So I can understand why safe or unsafe individuals are frequently misclassified under the rules.

    What's frustrating to many, however, is that the FDA is so slow to update out-of-date rules based on what the science shows. I've read the research reports that show that the lifetime ban on most gay men is too strong a restriction. Whether it's intentional discrimination or bureaucratic sluggishness, they are ruling out many safe and willing donors in the name of safety. Some people blame the Red Cross, but those who want to effect change should lobby the FDA instead.

    The questionnaire I have to fill out each time doesn't ask about sexual orientation, only about sex, but other donor centers might phrase the same questions inappropriately, implying that the rules are about being gay at all. I'd complain if I saw that. But it wouldn't change the rules, only the interview.

    As far as the MacRumors Blood Drive goes, we don't want controversies like this to prevent eligible donors from donating now. That's why we ask those who can't donate, for any reason, to help with publicity and encourage others to donate.



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  • alphaone
    Mar 13, 12:27 AM
    Lame! I just had an Early_Unit_End on the p6900 I was 60% though. What a waste. Must have been a bad WU because this computer has been rock stable so far, not so much as a hiccup. And to add insult to injury the replacement WU is a 2684, the slowest bigadv there is.




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  • Dooger
    Apr 25, 09:14 AM
    Haha! Pawnage. Don't agree with your politics but that's some funny shite right there.

    As for the poll, it's a shame it didn't include the option "No, because it's really tragic looking"



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  • Intell
    Apr 15, 10:52 PM
    If the machine is running Mac OS X, press the Alt/Option key.




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  • BornAgainMac
    Apr 7, 06:48 AM
    To get that much storage you would need 1,000,000,000,000 Mac Mini Servers which costed at full retail is 70x the US national debt.

    Apple's 500,000 sq ft data centre usuing Doctor Q's 10 fot of usuable vertical space could hold 104,088,861 not accounting for heat dissapation cabling storage racks etc. Therefore you would need 9,607 data centres of the size of apple's current (which was rumored to cost $1billion). However that is a storage facility literally filled with no walking space between the racks or anything like that so a sensible suggestion would be to double that.

    The total size of this project would be 9,607,000,000 sq ft or 344 sq miles. Turks and Caicos Islands (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turks_and_Caicos_Islands) happens to 366 sq miles, although to allow for expansion, shipping port/airport and power plants and other ancilallry buildings such as worker housing, supermarket and such I would suggest that Hong Kong with an area of 426 sq miles is a good place to start. Although given the high population of Hong Kong it isn't an ideal place to build such a facility, therefore the Faroe Islands with a size of 538 miles might be the first sensible place to wipe out. Alternatively you could just dump it in Texas/Alaska as they have plenty of land spare. Alaska would give you natural cooling which would be a bonus over Texas although can you image the series of Ice Road truckers, "In this haul is 100,000 Mac Minis."

    All in all to go for something like large with some as inappropriate as a Mac Mini is a costly and ultimately bonkers idea.

    Fingers crossed that the sums are correct.

    But on the plus side, Apple would have 99% of the Global Market share in Personal Computers for the first time.



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  • marshallbedsaul
    Jan 18, 10:42 PM
    love it
    I really love the passat CC a little more, but vw is taking a honda's road these days. With the new factory in VA and cutting prices like they are now, but still a VW.




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  • mkrishnan
    Nov 11, 07:42 PM
    This seems to be a new thing with iTMS...

    http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?playlistId=26095311

    Free mix records. I'm downloading this one now to check it out. Sounds interesting. It seems to be a 25 minute mix. :D :D :D



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  • -y0-
    Apr 4, 10:24 PM
    Simple :D




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  • So Osama is dead?


  • dethmaShine
    May 1, 07:11 AM
    I'm the one who found it. It's the following file:
    System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AOSNotification.framework/Resources/English.lprog/Localizable.strings

    Cool.

    How does one basically decode these string files?
    These seem to binary although they have readable text. How can we actually read all the content in those binary files?



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  • twoodcc
    Mar 5, 08:54 AM
    We'll see. I'm hopeful for maybe 4.4. We'll see how enthusiastic the cpu is about doing that.. I'm going to be using a CM Hyper 212+ which isn't the absolute best cooler you can buy but it's also not something ridiculous like $80. Still, it will annihilate the hilariously tiny stock intel cooler for sure.

    Does anyone know if the AMD 6970 is compatible with GPU2? I can't really find any conclusive information on it and of course I can't try it myself yet. Some people say forcing ati_r800 works but others don't.

    4.4 would be great. you should easily hit over 4 though. i've heard intel's cooler is better with this one, you'll have to let us know.

    i haven't used an AMD card for folding, so i can't really comment. i guess you'll have to share your experience with this one! ;)




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  • rickvanr
    Nov 10, 11:36 AM
    Growl (http://growl.info) is a global notification system for Mac OS X. Any application can send a notification to Growl, which will display an attractive message on your screen.

    Try it! Its free and from the makers of Adium and you'll love it!
    I use it to notify me of iTunes track changes, new mail and Adium notifications.

    That's what growl does? I've only ever seen/ heard about it in the Proteus message boards




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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 29, 06:02 AM
    Every time there's a patent or copyright article and people go off the deep end calling these companies crazy/evil, etc, I wish the article would indicate the fact that they are actually required to do so or risk losing their patent/trademarks. Doesn't even matter if they want to or not.

    Why would the article indicate that ? You do not risk losing patents by not suing over them. That's only applicable to trademarks.




    SnowTronic
    Mar 27, 11:44 PM
    Very Simple Question, is their any other way to find you and watch your posts as whole besides going to each individual section of the forum to find and then look at your post?




    Stente
    Mar 23, 09:21 AM
    "look they tried to cover up the windows logo with a bubble....but you know what......its still windows!"

    Can't remember if I got the quotation just right, but that made me laugh :D.

    Cheers,

    Stefan




    bengal1022
    Mar 5, 05:39 PM
    I live in Maryland in what is considered the metropolitan Washington DC area; and I have been an AT&T customer since, wow - forever. I moved to AT&T from Sprint, and I couldn't be any happier with the customer service, pricing, call quality, and consistency with their network. When the iPhone 3G came out, I switched to it from a Samsung Blackjack 2. Since my company didn't support the iPhone, I was able to find a workaround using google. Well, about a year or so ago, my company's IT department decided to do something with the security which precluded me from further use of my eхploit, so I was forced to get a company-provided Blackberry Tour using Verizon - a day that shall live in infamy. It was extremely slow; I experienced drop call at a rate much higher than with AT&T, and I was so frustrated at the fact that I couldn't do anything else, such as search the web, while I was on a call. So I ends up carrying two phones. One to check work email and calendar, and my AT&T iPhone for everything else.

    Well, I am pleased to say that my company know uses Google Apps (yeeeessss), and I am back down to one phone. But the reason for my post is to get a sense of whiter or not the complaints I hear about AT&T are regional. I rarely experience dropped calls; their network is really fast (faster than our guest provided wifi at work), and I can browse the web while on the phone with my wife (she is still with sprint). I was troubled at the most recent cover of Consumer Reports vis-a-vis their analysis of carries. On it it states "Sorry AT&T, or something to that effect..By the way, a majority of the people at work complain about Verizon, which prompted us to go to a stipend program for those of us the require to have a smart phone. So is service regional, and xo those folks living in areas of the country with limited AT&T technology have the loudest bark?




    tigress666
    Apr 13, 09:43 AM
    I love my iphone 4 and I don't plan on upgrading til 2012 but I disagree there is no need for a new iphone.

    I think Apple still needs to make sure they keep up. And honestly, I would say the iphone needs a faster processor (I hear the 3GS is faster due to not having as high resolution) and better graphics/more ram and more storage (but honestly that will always be the case really, it's how computer tech runs, always needing to be faster).

    Course, I've gotten a lot more into gaming on my phone ;). But I have had several apps (admittedly mostly games) that do have random freeze for a second which to me is kinda unimpressive since it is the latest phone (it's not that annoying, but just unimpressive and worrysome how it will keep up with apps when it ages if it already is experiencing some lag now).

    No, I don't really have any want of new things on it (except for the excitement of what will they add now) and I'm perfectly happy with the GPS/camera (The two things i wanted improved on my 3G).

    But if nothing else, Apple needs to at least put out a new iphone each year to keep up with speed and new applications that need more speed (and really even though I'm happy with the camera people expect the camera technology to improve on each phone). That's the nature of technology.

    (besides, even though I don't plan on getting one I'm just plain curious what the new iphone will improve on or add. Particularly since that means it will probably something I will have to look forward to in 2012 when it's time for me to upgrade as it seems apple usually tends to include the tech, if not improved versions, they put in the older phones in the new ones).




    mags631
    Nov 22, 06:51 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    It goes to show you that they can still make a profit with $100 off. I guess the price gouging by Apple continues.

    If you are worried by Apple's margins, you shouldn't buy software or clothes.



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