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  • Eidorian
    Mar 24, 11:47 PM
    Couldn't that be said of your original post???

    How much thought and research went into "Downhill since Tiger."?

    At least an elaboration on a point or two why you think that might have ward off the other poster's comment. Not arguing against your opinion. Everyone has one. But your lack of specificity certainly opened you up... Just say'n. :cool:
    /It is a rather long quagmire of posts. Frankly, I see little value in back quoting myself. If you really want to have fun the Snow Leopard launch is solid gold with Spotlight database problems, endless Safari crashes, and the still persistant GMA X3100 oddities. Even after I have had everything short of the display replaced...

    You get old and jaded. It is even more tiresome when every one hit wonder decides that Steve and me are always right. Hit the independent thought alarm. Hunt for the astroturfer. You are either with us or against us...

    I am using OS X just like many others here. It does not mean that I love every minute of it or feel the need to be a sycophant for any corporation.

    Everyone loses when you use car analogies.

    No, I'd say Snow Leopard is about 80% better than Tiger and 20% worse. I mostly skipped over Leopard, and went from 10.4 on a G5 to 10.6 on a Mac Pro. There are quite a number of improvements all over the place that show it's clearly the result of taking a look at earlier versions and saying "wouldn't it be better if...", and then acting on it. There are a few steps backwards though, the biggest one for me being the incomprehensible mutilating of Expos�. Fortunately there's a nice hack which restores the correct behavior (and makes the dock look better), but it's a little annoying to have to re-apply that after every update.

    --EricExpos�, Spotlight, and Finder have taken the most hits since Tiger. Though it is nice to be able to scroll in windows that are not in focus or to be able to support certain applications from lazy developers.

    Otherwise I would rather have the older and much more productive behaviors for non-linear interfacing and searching. I should not be required to make work arounds or simply give up on trying to replicate Tiger.

    I have given up on Spotlight ever working like it once did and I do not want to replicate the hours rebuilding all my metadata. I have just regarded it as something that is no longer of value to me. My MacBook is sadly not much more than a glorified address book and music server for the foreseeable future. It really kills the motivation to replace it and an annoyance to maintain a OS X based machine in my inventory once it is no longer useable.

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  • Hellhammer
    Apr 2, 11:50 AM
    There is no beta of Windows 8 yet so it is hard to say. MS can add million new features to make it sound good on paper and then fail it like they did with Vista. In the end, the most important thing is stability. Windows 7 is great and I really hope W8 will take it even further.

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  • munkery
    Apr 17, 10:13 PM
    GNOME 3 looks like more of an OS X copy than Windows 8

    Gnome desktops always looked more Mac-esque because of the menubar being at the top of the screen. It actually functions a lot differently than OS X despite the similar appearance.

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  • ct2k7
    Mar 13, 08:08 AM
    Wait a while.

    Tablets replacing servers? No way, no thank you.

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  • KnightWRX
    Mar 25, 06:43 AM
    Is Finder an App per se or integral to the OS?

    Depends what you call an OS. In micro-computer parlance Finder is very much a File Manager, same as Nautilus, Dolphin, Norton Commander (or the Midnight Commander clone), ROX-Filer, Windows Explorer, DOSShell etc just to name a few.

    It does very little to "operate" the system. It simply provides a user with a UI to manipulate the files found on a filesystem. Of course, an OS doesn't even need a filesystem per say as not all OSes use the file metaphor for storage.

    The OS part of the any modern OS is all contained in the kernel, which can usually operate the system without any kind of assistance from userspace. Finder is a userspace app. You could replace it with any other File Manager and still achieve the same basic functionality.

    I think your pedantry wasn't as big as mine (how's your Schwartz ?)

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  • Chasb
    Jan 11, 04:49 PM
    Official Red Ryder, carbine action, two-hundred shot range model air rifle with iPod dock
    and a Mac Mini(ish) media center with Blu-Ray (internal or external) option.

    Just wishing.

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  • xraytech
    May 4, 10:54 AM
    A great commercial. As a teacher who is getting 30 ipads for next years students I am super pumped. These truly are the future of education and I can't wait to have my students start using them.


    I've heard stories but DAYUM!!!

    Do you teach at a public, charter or private school. And what grade?

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  • Markleshark
    Sep 12, 08:49 AM
    Um, Disney owns a ton of companies that don't make cartoons.

    See, I thougt iToons was quite clever...

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  • balamw
    Apr 27, 07:45 PM
    I have to say this thread has me captivated. First time ever..... code talk went from learning code to pooping in a pool within 3 pages.

    By this point I would have expected Nekbeth to have called us "Nazis" instead of "Pros" in order to satisfy Godwin's Law ('s_law).

    Which of course I have now done. :p ;)


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  • cynerjist
    Jan 8, 10:40 PM
    Probably. :D BTW, you have a link to that? Edit: nvm I found it on MS's site. (

    i couldn't get anything that's a windows media file to play. here is a link for people with that problem. it has all keynotes as .flv

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  • Eidorian
    May 3, 11:33 PM
    With regards to this particular ad, should we presume from your comment that you are not an engineer, a doctor, a business person, a teacher, a student, a parent or a child? All these folks love their iPads.None of the above.

    The commercials are cringe worthy when the potential you have is limited to web browsing.

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  • leekohler
    Apr 17, 02:07 AM
    Staying in. It's pouring with 40-50 mph winds. I gots me some sodomy last night though. ;)

    Hope you get some too!

    I love that video. Cracks me up every time I see it.

    Oh, I've been a fan of Randall's Animals for I while. :) The vampire bat and American bullfrog ones are great too.

    Because the promotion of homosexuality is detrimental to a society and the people who promote it know this. For example, the mere announcement of a gay history curriculum causes conflicts such as the one in this thread and especially moreso in the real world. Instead of fighting about such stupid things as this, our school system should be heavily decentralized so that you can decide whether or not your child learns about homosexual history by simply selecting a non-political, non-psychologically damaging school in your area and everything would be fine and kept separate, but no, the people who run everything love to just mash everybody into one big public school system and slowly change the rules to cause people to fight all because of what is essentially 4% of the population.

    Please explain to me why the promotion of ignorance is a benefit to society. Conflict is part of how we learn. If we are never challenged, how do we grow? Can I also assume you are against all sports? Those involve conflict and fights as well.

    And please explain, with evidence, how people learning about the struggles of gay people throughout history psychologically damages anyone. Your assertions get more ridiculous with every post. It's almost surreal.

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  • twoodcc
    Apr 2, 10:45 PM
    well things aren't looking too good. i got here, but the air is broke! it's like 84 degrees in here, at almost midnight! :eek: and i don't have all my systems up either.

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  • Mitthrawnuruodo
    Aug 2, 04:31 AM
    You are kidding right?Apart from the conclusion... what do you think is just "kidding"?

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  • cult hero
    Mar 25, 12:27 PM
    They will either merge iOS and OS X into something new or they will simply drop OS X altogether in favor of iOS. Since iOS is much more successful than OS X ever was and since it is getting more and more features and we are currently being trained - or better: conditioned - to even obtain our development tools through the AppStore, an "open" platform like OS X will very soon become obsolete for Apple.

    *rolls eyes*

    I'm gonna say this again: not happening. Lion may very well be the end of OS X in the sense that they give it a new version number and use new naming conventions but iOS and OS X are not merging in the sense that OS X will be locked down like iOS.

    General purpose computers versus what are still treated consumer electronics (phones, tablets, etc.) have different needs and their OSes are different. Are there rumors about Windows 7 being superseded by Windows Mobile? How about doing away with Ubuntu in favor of Android?

    There are a lot of components that the two OSes share. They will continue to share components and will continue to, more or less shape one another. It doesn't make any sense to lock down a computer. Developers are what make a platform. Locking down a computer like the iPhone and making it hostile to developers will KILL Apple.

    Take your tinfoil hats off people. If you think we're heading toward a day when I can only install Apple approved AppStore apps on my laptop, you're just being paranoid. It doesn't help Apple AT ALL to do that.

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  • rhett7660
    Oct 10, 03:47 PM
    i say ban them from life

    nothin' but the chair for these practical jokers.

    I am really surprised someone didn't get hurt?... Could you imagine some of the pissed off people.

    I agree.

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  • The Phazer
    May 3, 03:02 PM
    Users can of course work around carrier restrictions with methods known as "sideloading" that allow users to install apps through unapproved sources, but most casual users are undoubtedly sticking to mainstream, authorized marketplaces such as the Android Market for their needs.

    Hmm, I find this highly doubtful to be honest. Aside from anyone who's bought a locked down Android phone that doesn't allow sideloading, I would expect that nearly everyone uses it.


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  • slabbius
    Nov 24, 08:45 PM
    just ordered a nano

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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 16, 05:08 PM
    Yes, I do believe Merriam Webster is still up and running...

    This is no value to me, if you consider your position to be narrow-mind, and not an abomination, sorry...., affront.

    Jan 15, 01:46 PM
    I'm sitting here laughing at the tons of people who were saying how they were going to buy the new MBP when it came out on MWSF on Jan. 15th. - kept telling all these people "how are you going to buy a new MBP when you don't even know if there is going to be a new MBP????"

    -and here I sit and say, "I told you so.........." :D

    Oct 18, 09:10 AM
    Being a die hard Apple/Mac guy, it killed me when Apple went to ATT, as I was Verizon and really liked their service. a week and a half ago, my phone failed, one of our lines was out of contract, so I finally got a 3GS 16gig. it's so amazing (to me, i'm new:) that I guess I'll stick with it, most of the time I'm in the country (rural CT and FL) and have had no dropped calls. From this thread I'm guessing dropped calls are a problem in metropolitan areas?
    If I could have had some clear answer from Verizon, even a "maybe by midsummer" I'd have kept patiently waiting. But all the Verizon reps, both stores and call center, said "I've heard NOTHING of us getting an iPhone"
    Just my luck if it comes out in March, and I'm locked into ATT:)
    One other thing I find strange seeing that ATT and Verizon are the two largest cell company's in the US, is why still, There is no ATT coverage in the western states (ie Montana, Wyoming etc) only Verizon? any idea why ATT is not expanding out there after all these years?

    Apr 7, 09:18 AM
    If Windows 8 doesn't have something as simple as Spaces or multiple desktops, then it's an inferior OS.

    If someone can make such a broad statement, they are an inferior person

    Apr 25, 11:53 AM
    I prefer the look of this to the mockup that Josh Topolsky did on -- probably because I like the look of the iPhone 4. I am ready for this device to ship since I gave my iPhone 3gs a nasty drop on concrete garage floor about a month ago -- the screen is fine, but the GPS no longer works. It's gonna be hard waiting until September.

    Still, I doubt the validity of the photos until some information is provided as to how these were obtained.

    I am a bit bummed at recent reports that QualComm's 4G/GSM/EVDO-RevA combo chip won't be ready until 2012 -- I was kinda hoping for LTE in the next iPhone -- and there is no way Apple will do an iPhone that would run through its battery in 3.5 hours (not that I would want such a device anyway).

    Apr 2, 12:02 PM
    It looks like the only way M$ is "catching up" is by copying technologies with which we are already familiar. As Bertrand Serlet suggested, maybe M$ really DID start up their photocopiers :D

    I saw a video on YouTube entitled "The Real Windows Vista (", in which the audio from a (series of) M$ lecture(s) was combined with video showing a Mac user demonstrating the then-unreleased features of Vista on a Mac. It was originally in three parts, and at the end of each part the specific technologies mentioned were identified, as well as the year in which they were introduced. It appears also that, as Mr. Serlet also mentioned, "if you can't innovate, you must imitate, but it's never quite the same."

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