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  • wickedG35
    Jan 18, 04:27 PM
    Sounds good, will take it!

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  • mac2x
    Dec 4, 04:20 AM
    Going stock for December. :D

    Redwoods on 24" display and earth on the MBP display.

    Also switched to the 2D Dock, and really liking the change. :)

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  • slipper
    Apr 12, 03:23 AM
    For some reason i cant get my iWeb creation to work on Craigslist. I was wondering if someone could help me with this.

    I created what i wanted on iWeb. Uploaded the pics onto my web host and changed the image links. I copy and paste the html into craigslist. But the layout gets messed up. What am i doing wrong?

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  • mbl42
    Dec 10, 04:32 PM
    I have one of these ( I would like to trade it for one of these ( I'm not a big fan of mice with batteries and don't really need the wireless, so I was just wondering if someone would be willing to trade. Mouse is in excellent condition, barely used. It will be a straight up trade, no cash added on your end. :)


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  • fivepoint
    Mar 2, 12:40 PM
    This is why you are wrong:

    Whether or not you can find one or two irrelevant differences (like private 'investing' vs. public 'taxing') between SS and a traditional Ponzi scheme is meaningless. It's not really an arguable point... like all Ponzi schemes, Social Security does not make money, it simply takes money from younger taxpayers to pay benefits to older (now retired) taxpayers. In order for this (and all) Ponzi scheme to stay afloat, there must be more and more payers or more income from each individual payer to ensure the pyramid stays intact. Unfortunately, due to reality, there are fewer young workers relative to the number of retirees to keep the system afloat. Unless a miracle occurs, Social Security will eventually collapse just like any Ponzi Scheme.

    At any rate, we're off topic. Back to the OP.

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  • zwida
    Sep 30, 05:10 PM
    there is still lotus notes? unbelievable. i know people use it. but i thought they are still using the outdated version.

    A friend of mine who works at IBM grouses about having to use Lotus Notes. I didn't imagine anyone used it that didn't have to.

    Maybe it's just IBM and Grant Thornton.;)


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  • steve2112
    Jan 18, 01:36 PM
    I don't get why Americans like bigger cars. Maybe it's the old mantra of bigger is better?

    Have you SEEN most Americans lately? It's not a matter of want, it's a matter of NEED. Gotta have room for those big bodies. :)

    It's combination of factors people have listed. For the most part, we don't have to deal with the narrow streets that much of Europe and Asia have. Also, I think Americans drive more. Now that I think about it, I would like to see a comparison of average miles driven per year in the US vs. Europe. I wonder how many people in Europe, for example, drive 30+ miles one way to work every day. If you drive that much, you want something with more room and better ride. Also, as pointed out, if the next bigger model provides similar mileage and isn't much more expensive, why not get it?

    The same is true with more powerful engine options in the same car. In the new Hyundai Sonata, for example, the turbocharged 4 produces 70+ more HP yet is only rated 1 MPG less. For that small a penalty, why not go for more power?

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  • Detlev
    Apr 25, 08:25 AM
    I held onto one 3GS iphone at the last upgrade just for this. Gonna get me a white iPhone 4 this week :D


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  • russell1256
    Apr 30, 05:03 PM
    how do I add to it?

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    Sep 5, 04:11 AM
    original, multiple sizes:


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  • Huntn
    Mar 4, 10:55 AM
    My problem with it isn't that businesses and people are in it for a profit (well, in certain areas). Hey, you got to make something. It's that the only thing that matters is the highest profit possible, at all costs.

    That's when it's a problem. If you look at Policemen and Firemen, they get paid, they make money, but how much would our costs go up if these entities were for-profit? My guess substantially. Doctors have always have made a profit, they'd have to, to make a living. But it's the degree of profit. Big business seems to be bad for health care as the profit margins rise.

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  • Sun Baked
    Sep 24, 09:52 PM
    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?Tell him yourself, the little brat started this thread because he is mad at mommy and daddy.

    The thread starter will have to wait 18 years and 9 months to figure out if he'll let his own brat sleep over.


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  • icloud
    Aug 20, 02:33 AM

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  • jrko
    Apr 16, 10:02 AM
    well colour me confused if my MDD isn't running at 34 deg after being on for 3hrs.

    Nap must be working despite the strange message - is that possible? I've read of it not showing cache sizes correctly etc so maybe it is.



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  • aegisdesign
    Oct 6, 05:24 AM
    That's why we use style tags to set a default font (yes, even in text areas) or fixed margins. If the W3 gives us the tools, then why should the browser render them void? That just makes no sense.

    Safari is implementing a CSS3 feature with resizeable text areas. Apart from that, if your site design relies on fixed font sizes and text area sizes, they'll just break when the user Command-+/-'s the page. It will only break your site design if your site design is badly designed in the first place.

    If you're worried about text areas overflowing other page elements then you can still use max-width and max-height to restrict growth and/or the overflow attribute so that scroll bars get introduced.

    As one person pointed out in this thread, see the two arrows up ad down on the first line of the toolbar in this very textarea you type in to. It's very useful with long posts. That's why expandable text areas are a good idea.

    It's actually not hard to do either. Look at and view the source for a simple example.

    I'd disagree that designers should be making text areas 100% wide though. I've a 2560 wide screen. That'd be silly. Letting users on the other hand size it themselves and giving designers the tools to accommodate resizing is the way to go.

    That's the most ridiculous statement I've read in this thread so far - and there are quite a few.

    It's called the 'semantic web'. You may want to look it up. Decent web designers have been designing this way for some time where they can and the W3 want everyone to go this way.

    The problem is of course with any of these new W3 features is that Microsoft have barely reached the basics in the CSS 2.1 standard yet in IE7. The chances of them supporting CSS3 anytime soon are slim. That means we'll still as designers have to support the older standards and only enlightened Firefox/Safari based designers will add on CSS3 based features should they prove compatible with IE7 and even IE6.

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  • pgasnier
    Jul 2, 08:17 PM
    Trying to jailbreak my 3GS for hours and no sucess .
    it has the new ios 4 software , tried with pnwage tool 4.0 ,
    got a message sayig that firmware is not compatible .
    tried with redsnow , didnt work
    any suggestions ?


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  • funkeruski
    Apr 8, 09:46 AM
    Is track and field included? I remember breaking many joysticks, and destroying the palm of my right hand playing that one.

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  • Sweetfeld28
    Apr 6, 12:24 PM
    That is a tremendous amount of storage. Does anyone know if this is even comparable to Google?

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  • Lincoln
    Sep 27, 12:38 AM
    As the saying goes, if you don't think its worth it then don't buy it.

    Me, my .mac account is up for renewal and this makes me glad to pay for another year. I like my .mac email address, I like the seamless synchronisation between my two macs and don't have a problem (yet) with the current size.

    That said, I welcome any improvements to the service.

    Mar 25, 08:17 AM
    I'm looking to copy a NPR feed tomorrow (Saturday) night, so I checked out the Wiretap link from the first page. Times have changed, it seems, and now there is only Wiretap Pro, which costs $20. Is there another (free) program available that will allow me to record a netradio feed?


    manu chao
    Apr 4, 06:08 PM
    You're right. Ideally they wouldn't need my info. In the grand scheme of things, I personally trust Apple more than I trust most other companies. I also expect to have a continuing long-term relationship with them, that includes person-to-person services in addition to sale of products. I also prefer to have a single point-of-contact I can use to sever any relationships I don't want to continue.

    So for me it comes down to "who do you trust?" Apple has, historically, been very good about not subscribing me to mailings I don't want. They also never have sold my info (I know this because I use a different email address in a domain I own for every on-line business I do business with. From this I know who, exactly, sells my info. I just look at who my spam is addressed to).
    There are quite a number of companies I trust in addition to Apple (a lot of local ones). I cannot remember to ever having received spam from Google (not that I trust them in everything but in this regard they have been good).

    Apr 10, 04:15 AM
    So simple as that ?



    Chip NoVaMac
    Jan 13, 05:38 PM
    Not at all - it's a well-established truism that Americans prefer sedans over hatchbacks and wagons, they prefer large, torquey engines (usually V6 or V8), and they prefer lots of car for cheap as opposed to a smaller, higher-quality car.

    Though cars are being kept longer these days than in the past, Americans tend to dispose of their cars at a greater rate than, say, in Europe. So it makes sense that cheaper build quality is more viable when the car is not expected to last forever.

    Will be interesting to see if VW survives the Americanization of their car line. One of the tings I saw last year was that they are going to make their new cars feel more like what Americans are used to driving. And that is a shame - since one of the few joys I had with my POC '99 New Beetle was how fun it was to drive. So much for fahrvergn�gen -�gen

    Dec 19, 03:49 AM
    Here's a little humor that none of my friends would understand! :p

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