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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 27, 04:17 PM
    Am I the only one to think that separate restroom from men and women are an obsolete relic of the past?

    You're not. Look back a bit, for one of my posts.

    Just knock out the wall between, put stalls where urinals are, and you're done.

    Bonus: You now have both an entrance and an exit.

    I r analyst. :D

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  • poundsmack
    Nov 17, 06:07 AM
    As I would imagine I am willing to be that Apple and Intel have come sort of legal contract saying that apple can NOT use an AMD (or VIA or Transmeta, etc...) processor. That wouldnt pusprise me in the least. infact its just good business....but then again i could be wrong

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  • dicklacara
    Jul 21, 11:38 AM

    Here's a post at another site that saya it best:

    bbrewer 1 hour ago
    2 people liked this.
    Antenna-gate was a non-issue to start with. If anything it may end up helping Apple meet demand at some point. Right now they are not able to make them fast enough anyway.

    The external antenna is great. You won't drop a call no matter how you hold it if you have a decent signal. If you are in a weak signal area, you might not even have a signal on another phone. Of the iPhone 4, if you have one bar, avoid touching the strip near the bottom of the left side. If you can tie your own shoes, you can probably manage this. Or get a (free) case. Gee, what a crisis.



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  • Aeolius
    Oct 4, 06:43 AM
    This is America. If the man wants a small house, let him have a small house (The blueprints are for a house smaller than mine, so I call it "small"). If he wanted to live in the back of an El Camino, that's his right also.

    Personally, I like old houses and hate the look of modern homes, but that's just me. I also live in what would be considered a larger home, as I have 8 kids and need some space. But I also have a few acres, so the house isn't stuck right next to my neighbors.

    However, I did not build my house to compete with or impress the neighbors. Neither did Steve.

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  • batitombo
    Mar 25, 01:10 AM
    Hmm, Happy B-day OS X

    Quick shout out to NeXTSTEP the very father of OS X

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  • �algiris
    May 2, 09:37 AM
    Screenshot fail :) build number in Quicklook titlebar.

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  • tveric
    Oct 3, 01:51 AM
    All this talk is great. Only on macrumors can you see so many people ignoring the 800 lb. gorilla in the room - namely, the fact that a huge majority of users still get their music from sources other than buying it online. 83% don't buy music at least once a month from the itms. 5% of the music on ipods is from the store.

    I know it's the in thing in these forums to profess love for the itms, and curse its competitors and would-be hackers, but the fact is, the store exists for one reason - to give Apple a legitimate entity to point to when the RIAA accuses it of producing devices that encourage piracy - namely, iPods. Don't get me wrong - I love that they did that, and the success of the store ensures I will be able to buy DRM-free mp3 players for quite some time.

    But don't kid yourself into thinking that reverse-engineering of the Fairplay tech will make a rip of difference one way or the other. In case you haven't noticed, it's already easy to get DVD-quality movies and TV shows online for free. Yes, yes, I know, that's illegal, and we're all going to get sued by the MPAA and the RIAA and NCAA and AARP. Just let me know when I should actually start worrying about it.

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  • jjrtiger
    May 2, 09:39 AM
    Not that I really care about the tracking services...but I wonder if Apple will skip the 3G again with this update...

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  • habibbijan
    Nov 16, 11:46 PM
    I'm all for this.

    For years AMD and Intel have played "leap frog" with one another in terms of performance. It's only recently that Intel has taken the lead after a lengthy duration of AMD dominance. Now that Apple has moved to x86, I see nothing wrong with Apple offering a choice of processors based on whatever brand can offer the best price/performance ratio. Say what you want about Dell, but they've recently starting offering AMD-based computers, and in my opinion this competition is good for the consumer.

    And for those of you stating that AMD processors run too hot, wake up and smell the coffee. You're about 4 years behind. Ever since Intel introduced their 90 nm "Prescott" core, their temps were blisteringly hot compared to comparable AMD processors. Of course, things are different now, and both AMD's and Intel's offering run quite cool in comparison to their previous generations.

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  • hulugu
    Mar 3, 10:45 PM
    BTW, there is no 'RIGHT' to collective bargaining....
    Collective bargaining is a legislative privilege granted by friendly law makers in some localities which can be quickly and abruptly eliminated (as you've all just observed.)[/QUOTE]

    It's interesting, AFAICT, the courts have mainly avoided creating a 'right' to collective bargaining and have remaindered this structure to legislative acts like the NLRB.

    Public unions are idiotic. Imagine a private sector union where the union members themselves were able to contribute to the election and vote for the individual whom they'd be bargaining against. BRILLIANT! It's a conflict of interest - straight up.

    A conflict of interest? I disagree, this is akin to being on the hiring committee for your boss�a common corporate and university structure. Extend the logic of this and you're effectively arguing that no public employee, from police officer to NHS doctor should be able to vote.

    What's important about the conflict in a conflict of interest is whether or not the union's interest runs counter to the government's, which is at the very least arguable.

    Lee, my wife is a teacher. I'm quite aware of how much they make. For the record, they aren't required to have masters degrees (where do you get this stuff?). Most importantly, without thuggish unions, good teachers like my wife would make far more money than they do today, while the bad ones would make less or be fired.

    How? Without the union, bad teachers would presumably be fired, but how would this raise wages directly or indirectly?

    Have you seen the movie 'Waiting for Superman' by chance, Lee?

    Many have argued that this is a piece of agitprop and is not a fair documentary.

    Bill Gates accurately pointed out the failure of allowing the unionization of public employees and the incredible damage it's causing our state budgets. Thankfully, people like him are willing to look at the facts and report honestly on the situation instead of pretending like the government can produce miracles out of thin air or that money grows on trees.

    I'm not so sure you should declare the genius of Gates on a Mac forum. ;)

    Are you aware of the number of school districts that have unions and those that do not and what the test scores for ACT/SAT are? I'm wondering if there's at least a correlative connection between the two. Adding in the variable of education spending might also be useful.

    Might have to go to mass media complete.

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  • bousozoku
    Jan 12, 06:25 PM
    He may be arrogant, but he deserves it. He's turned Apple from near bankruptcy to some of it's highest profits ever in just 10 years.

    If anything, he SHOULD be arrogant.

    He didn't do it by himself. There was a whole company working on things. The difference is that he had a vision of what should be happening.

    It took smart people in all areas to make Apple what it is today.

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  • Sydde
    Apr 15, 08:08 PM
    What will be next? Here are some fine suggestions:
    - Gay ArtsI thought that came naturally to them?
    - Gay Phys.Ed.Oh, now that is just weird. I suppose if there are no straights in the class. But anyway you could just teach dance, that would take care of that.
    - Gay Comp.Sci."How do you start a gay computer?"

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  • AbyssImpact
    May 5, 05:59 PM
    Anyone know what the app is for the Doctor and Ceo?

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  • Winni
    May 4, 04:30 AM
    If I could only find a personal use beyond web browsing.

    Congratulations, you understood the main purpose of the iPad. Add Plants vs Zombies, Shredder Chess HD and a Comic Book reader and you've essentially discovered everything that can be done with the gadget. For everything else, it's too big to be a truly mobile device like a smartphone and too weak and restricted to replace a real computer.

    But yes, at least the ads are great and really work the "magic". The only problem is that you won't stay in Wonderland with your iPad, and in the real world, it's just a nice toy for a couple of minutes but not really good for anything.

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  • Play Ultimate
    Oct 3, 01:46 PM
    This is a little disappointing that Steve is confirming to keynote MWSF 2007 when it's just October, which means he probably wants us to wait (I hope not). :(

    Besides, hasn't Steve keynoted MWSF every year?

    MWSF needs confirmation for thier marketing materials.
    I still believe that there will be some type of announcement, on something, before Thanksgiving.

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  • wildmac
    Oct 2, 03:46 PM
    You'd expect Jobs would have some sympathy for the guy, what with his phreaking days before Apple.

    No honor among theives... :cool:

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  • CaoCao
    Apr 17, 10:00 PM
    We should add left handed history ahead of gay history, before you bash me, let me explain.
    Left handed people are constantly shamed by language, the word sinister comes from a Latin word originally left, how does it feel to know that language thinks you are evil? Dexter comes from Latin for right and implies manual skill, left handed people are evil and right handed is skilled, aint life grand? Even the word ambidexterity hurts them, it while meaning skilled with both hands means you have two right hands.

    In English and other European languages the word right doubles for correct, proper, even justice! In ancient Middle Eastern languages left mean evil. In Chinese left implies improper and even immoral! We have a world hating left handed people!

    In modern society left handed people need to bring their own special tools because society designs only for right handed and doesn't give a damn about left handed people to the point where lefties get gouged. They're even screwed over with computer mice and keyboards!

    In many Eastern countries left handers are brutally forced to switch to their right hand which can screw them up mentally for life. In education basically everything is designed for right handed people, the tests have answers on the right side which causes painful discomfort for left handed students to learn.

    Because of these horrible things perpetuated on left handed people I request that left handed people are mentioned in history.

    How was that?

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  • kamm
    Apr 12, 08:30 PM
    That was painful to watch. Sort of like Jack Ass: The Geek Edition. Of course they should be banned. Gizmodo was interfering with companies trying to present their products.

    ...which is absolutely fine. In fact it is a form of standing up for corporations, YES.
    Pathetic attempt? Probably, yes, I think so too and also silly but it's still way less disgusting than these ridiculous brainwashed comments here, this incredible hypocrisy people showcase here when it comes to corporations or Apple or anything.
    For God's sake the person who was in charge for the presentation should be fired on the spot. Yes, it's that person, his incompetence that allowed this prank.

    Man, I never visited Gizmodo regularly but thanks for showing me this piece - I will put them into my Google start page. Not because it's funny - it isn't, it's kinda pathetic - but because apparently they have the guts to do things.
    Thanks for the info, again.

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  • SFStateStudent
    Oct 7, 11:33 PM
    I have not had a single dropped call. I can also finally browse the web without Safari crashing all the time.

    Oh yeah; my dad can take your dad 24/7.....lol:p

    Does Safari come with your BB?:confused:

    Mar 25, 11:07 AM
    Excuse my ignorance, but does an OS that runs lil' apps on a poxy hand-held computer scale up to run full-blown applications (think FCS) on a multi-core, heavy-hardware computer?

    Linux ring a bell ? ;) Linux runs on everything and does just fine (be it the lowly SoC based embedded system using a BusyBox userspace or that massive supercomputing cluster built with thousands of nodes).

    OS X and iOS already share a lot of internals. It's mostly in the userspace where the differences lie.

    l3lack J4ck
    Nov 24, 11:36 AM
    i just called Northpark (dallas) apple store and they said no other discounts can be included...they ever said governemnt could not be combined...

    sorry guys

    Oct 11, 12:11 AM
    At this point, ill believe it when it happens

    Well personally, I'll fervently believe in it, until it happens, at which point I will stop believing in it at all.

    Mar 17, 07:13 PM
    iPhone 4's are everywhere here in CA. They used to be unique, now the only comment is... "oh you have the one with a bad antenna."

    Steve's denial might work for him and his lemmings, but the general public is more aware than any Apple enthusiast would care to admit. Me? I simply reach into my other pocket and show them my new HTC Inspire, those are the popular phones where I live.

    Public perception overrides how the phone actually performs every time. It's human nature.

    It's a shame that the "4G" on the Inspire is slower than the 3G on the iPhone 4, especially in upload speed (since the Inspire is mysteriously crippled and lacking in HSUPA support and the iPhone 4 is not). Shrug.

    And for what it's worth, my iPhone 4 consistently outperforms all of my friends' Android and Win7 phones (Droid A855, HTC Incredible, HTC HD7, HTC Evo 4G) in just about every way (battery life, reliability, network speed and connection reliability). Of course, your location can have a big impact on your experience with certain devices, and it helps that I'm in a city with outstanding AT&T service.

    Apr 5, 03:20 PM
    I was expecting someone to submit this app idea a long time ago with a fart / flashlight app.