Tuesday, June 7, 2011

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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    May 4, 04:21 AM
    so it seem that everybody is jumping on this cloud bandwagon. just wondering if having web based operating systems and file storage will slow down broadband internet speed?

    is that a concern? honestly i'd rather have faster internet, if that's the choice.

    could somebody tell me more about this?


    Using more bandwidth will... use more bandwidth.

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 1, 06:48 PM
    Looks good, but I want more for my money...

    me 2!

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  • ivan2002
    Apr 25, 12:59 AM
    Where's the poll option for "only an idiot would buy an iPhone two months before WWDC?"

    Ok guys, you took on the "white is for girls only" guy, I get a shot at this one ;)

    Here we go:

    Two months before WWDC, you say? Are they going to start selling a new iPhone at WWDC? NO. Are they going to at least announce a new iPhone at WWDC? Well, if you read: THIS BLOG - NO.

    So, what does WWDC have to do with a new iPhone? Nothing, in our collective knowledge here. You may think something different, but calling me an idiot simply because I don't live inside your brain is... not very smart, to put it mildly. :mad:


    Edit: Yep. I'm buying one. My 3G is on it's last legs, I like white better than black, and "5" is 5 or 6 months away at least (and not promising much of an upgrade from 4 either)

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  • Sol
    Apr 7, 11:10 PM
    The controllers are really needed.

    The Atari Joystick is the best video game controller of all time.
    The trackball is a must for playing games like centipede or millipede.
    And playing breakout or kaboom without a paddle controller is not the same.

    As mentioned above the iCade has to include a trackball.

    Trackball, jog-wheel, joystick, six face buttons and a button on each side for the pinball simulators. Hopefully all this and more for the iCade revisions and imitations to come.


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  • /user/me
    Mar 9, 11:15 AM

    Not quite sure how that fits here....

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  • Brinkman
    Oct 14, 08:41 AM
    Took this picture in Heidelberg Germany.


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  • cb911
    Oct 16, 01:03 AM

    BuddyPop lets you quickly access your Apple Address Book via a customizeable shortcut.
    It's a small, light and discrete application, has no Dock icon and it is easily and constantly accessible.
    With BuddyPop you can quickly find a contact, and drop them a mail, or copy the address to the clipboard.
    Screenshots are available in the documentation (http://projects.tynsoe.org/en/buddypop/doc.php) page

    BuddyPop is shareware and costs �7; I've spent a lot of time working on it, so it's not expensive...
    Comments and suggestions are welcome : BuddyPop@tynsoe.org.

    this is one sweet app i just found out about. aside from giving you quick access to your Address Book, you can make calls via your cell phone - from your Mac! :D

    it works by connecting to your phone via Bluetooth, so it's only going to work if you've got a Bluetooth phone, and a Bluetooth enabled Mac.

    i've been trying to get it to work with my Bluetooth hands-free kit, but it doesn't want to play nice. :( when i connect my headset to the phone, that's okay. but then when i turn on Bluetooth on my Mac and try to make a call via BuddyPop, it kicks off the headset connection and just dials normally through the phone? does anyone know if Bluetooth can have more than one connected device? perhaps that's the problem...

    but it's still a neat app. :)

    oh, and the screenshots of it in action:



    very similar to QS, so i guess this is good for QuickSilver fans. although... could this same thing be accomplished with a QS plug-in? i mean this is a great app, but i'm all for having one app to do it all and clearing out clutter on my HD...

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  • iSaint
    Dec 19, 04:05 AM
    THAT'S great!


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  • Yvan256
    Oct 31, 09:23 AM
    I'd suggest putting "2Gn iPod Shuffle" in future articles to avoid confusion.

    There's already enough confusion about the whole GB vs Gb thing, I suggest we drop the whole "G = Generation" thing and just write "gen." already (acronym for generation).

    And since software works in versions, how about "iPod shuffle v2" if "2nd gen. iPod shuffle" is too long to type?

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  • tropicoola
    Oct 9, 04:27 PM
    How did you change the colour of your Menu Bar?

    Themepark 4

    iTem No. 116


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  • Doctor Q
    Apr 16, 10:31 PM
    Please don't start duplicate threads.

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  • manu chao
    Apr 4, 01:50 PM
    If this is from their website, what is their issue with letting users opt-out in their iPad app?
    If you have doubts that this from their website why don't you check (two clicks away from ft.com)?
    It is about two things:
    (a) Knowing their demographics
    (b) Being able to communicate directly with their customers, even if is only about new features or special offers (there are two checkboxes, people might agree to first one but not the second one, Apple with its great simplicity won't allow such differentiated options)


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  • normwood
    Oct 9, 04:10 PM
    How in the heck do you show conversations?


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  • ct-scan
    Sep 27, 10:27 AM
    I think it does look nice. I just hope this is include in Leopard server as well. I would love to run my own mail server with this type of webmail interface.

    I currently use the built-in Squirrelmail...and while it works for my users, this interface is would be much closer to what they're looking for.
    (Not that us sysadmin really care that much about users :D )


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  • Turbojugend27
    Aug 2, 01:33 PM
    I'd wait until they get BR working fine, last I checked they couldn't get 50 gigs working properly, only 25. So as of right now, HD-DVD holds more at 30 gigs than Blu-ray at 25.

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  • Diatribe
    Feb 14, 01:59 PM

    Why? Do you disagree?


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  • techfreak85
    Jan 7, 11:02 PM
    Yep; I got a passkey.
    Wonderful. What computer are you folding on?

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  • maya
    Feb 12, 02:32 PM

    a Mod-Mini, WTH :p ;) :)

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  • Sydde
    Mar 16, 01:18 AM
    extradite 'em to Texas :D

    We will just exile them to eastern Ontario ;)

    Mar 11, 11:15 AM
    Anybody planning on going to this one?

    239 Los Cerritos Center
    Cerritos, CA 90703

    I'm about to head out and wait, hopefully the first one!

    Apr 3, 09:09 AM
    I am awaiting my new Ipad and I will be putting a screen film on when I receive it. My question is : when the Ipad is sent out does it have any screen protector on and will the screen be basically dust free when I receive it and therefore would this be the best time to put the new screen film on it.

    Full of Win
    Apr 27, 12:49 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPad; U; CPU OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    This tracking stuff is all the Apple haters fault. All the non-iPhone owners are the one's making a big deal about it. Can't wait to buy a white iPhone tomorrow so Apple can track 2 phones I own.

    We iPhone and 3G iPad owners are plenty upset by this as well.

    Apr 13, 04:12 PM
    I'm working on a project to port the recently released Shairport tool that emulates an Airport Express to iOS and Mac OS X. (Disclaimer: this app is for personal use since it uses a leaked private key, I have no intention to release it on the app store). Ideally, my app will be more of a framework or library that anyone can use for their apps. Shairport is written in Perl/C so it is not suitable for "user-friendly" deployment to iOS and Mac OS X. My app will use OpenSSL for the AES and RSA encryption, ASyncSockets for HTTP and UDP networking, and nothing else. The idea is to make this a native app, no perl, no avahi, no libao, no software ALAC decoder.

    As of now, I have the secure handshaking aspect of the RAOP protocol working as well as native Bonjour/Zeroconf/mDNS/Whatever you want to call it broadcasting working. I am able to respond to the RTSP requests OPTION, ANNOUNCE, and SETUP. iTunes will see my app as an Airport Express in the AirPlay list and will begin streaming audio in ALAC format to the app. I am successfully listening on the 3 UDP ports specified by the SETUP request, however, I'm at a bit of a loss on how to decrypt this with the AES keys from the SETUP request and how to feed this into CoreAudio.

    Couple of questions to the community:

    1) Are you working on anything similar, if so, perhaps we can collaborate? I would have no objections with starting an open-source project around this, however my code is at the uber-early proof of concept stage at this point.
    2) Do you have experience using CoreAudio and the AudioFileStream format, if so, do you have an example you'd be willing to share?
    3) Have you ever streamed audio to an Airport Express before? Is it a straight-up ALAC bitstream that reads bits from the file and spits it out as UDP packets? Are the headers intact?
    4) Do you have an understanding of what the timing port and control ports are used for?
    5) Have you looked at the shairport source code? Can you offer insights on how much of the back-end server and ALAC decoder code can be replaced by CoreAudio?

    Oct 31, 10:22 AM
    I ask this simple question for you memory geeks out there. When will a 2 gigglebyte chip of the same form factor become available sufficient for a Shuffle "second generation", "version 2"?
    We could then call the 2GB - 2nd Gen Shuffle as "True 2G Shuffle". :D

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