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  • ccroo
    Oct 30, 04:03 PM
    Hey, you folks might know...

    Will .mac recognize a boot from a different drive (or a different partition on the same drive) as a separate "computer" and sync Mail and iCal, etc. between it and other computers?

    30 weeks pregnant. Pregnant Sisters – 30 weeks
  • Pregnant Sisters – 30 weeks

  • OllyW
    Feb 19, 06:48 AM
    Might be just me but...where`s Ballmer?

    I give up. :rolleyes:

    30 weeks pregnant. 12 weeks pregnant.
  • 12 weeks pregnant.

  • robbieduncan
    Sep 27, 11:24 AM
    RAW handling in OSX is done by the operating system, so updates to RAW support imply updates to OSX as well.

    I think this is sort of true in Aperture but not 100% true. Aperture has it's own RAW decoders (1.0 and 1.1 versions) which are separate from the system and run in Core Image. I believe that it relies on the system support for colour profile data only...

    30 weeks pregnant. 30 Weeks Pregnant- Self
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  • magicpinkdrink
    Apr 23, 09:10 PM
    I think I'm going to take it in anyways, first chance I get...I just feel like it's too unreliable and what if it happens again and there's an emergency where I need my phone? For what I paid for this thing, I shouldn't be worrying all the time that it will brick itself for no reason with no warning. I'm just concerned that if I take it in and it's working they won't swap it, and the closest Apple store is an hour away.

    And don't worry, I try to back it up once a day or so...yes I am ocd :)


    30 weeks pregnant. 30 weeks pregnant with twins
  • 30 weeks pregnant with twins

  • tigress666
    Apr 21, 03:20 PM
    Hey, I'll just say if the next iPhone is fast enough it can play games far smoother than mine (or even gets games my 4 cannot play), I'll be fully jealous and say that yeah, it is a decent upgrade for that alone.

    But it just depends on how much faster it is and how incompatible it makes my 4 for new games (if they just aim their games at the next iphone gen owners).

    30 weeks pregnant. I am 30 weeks pregnant today--
  • I am 30 weeks pregnant today--

  • definitive
    Apr 30, 04:30 PM
    have the keys been sent out?


    30 weeks pregnant. 9 weeks pregnant. 30 weeks
  • 9 weeks pregnant. 30 weeks

  • rshullic
    Jul 14, 01:40 PM
    Sort of.

    Lets separate reading and writing exFAT. If I can read it, I can pull stuff off of it. So OS X will require the ability to read exFAT in order to make it compatible with non apple devices that will be using this format. HOWEVER, it is not required that Apple choose to read exFAT. You could format with HFS+. Then any device that can read HFS+ could read and write to it.

    If I can write to exFAT, then I can place data (even 4GB+ media files) on the card. Apple may create a driver that allows you to read exFAT but not write to it.

    This matters if you are going to use the card to store media files (4 GB+), or are planning on using the card with non Apple devices. I could get a 128 GB SDXC card, format 100 GB in FAT32 for a user directory, and format 3 8GB swap spaces (one for OS X, one for Windows, and one for Unix). Then I'd have my user files and swap space with me wherever I go, and it would be cross platform compatible (everyone reads and writes FAT32). Yes, FAT32 does have a maximum partition size, this is why I used a 128 GB SDXC card as the example. And yes, I wouldn't have my media files (movies) on the card (I'd need one of the 2 TB cards to do this).

    Since Pretec is selling an ExpressCard SDXC reader, this is what I plan to do with my triple boot MBP (see sig). I'll point my OS X user directory to the directory that will be on this card, I'll do the same for Win7, and BackTrack. Each OS will also have swap space on the card. This increases security too. If I have my SDXC card with me, someone using the laptop can't see my files at all. It also increases speed (maybe and a little) because I'm using a different storage device and bus to put my user files/swap space on.

    Let's take a closer look at what we have here.
    For references we have: http://www.sans.org/reading_room/whitepapers/forensics/reverse-engineering-microsoft-exfat-file-system_33274 and the blog rshullic.wordpress.com

    First, the SDXC card is set to be exclusively exFAT. You may be able to format the card as FAT32, or HFS or NTFS as FAT32 can be formatted to 2TB although you can't use Microsoft utilities to do so. Microsoft will read a 2TB FAT32 file system and write to it, they just won't let you create anything over 32GB. If you want to use the SDXC card exclusively with the Mac, then you could format the card with almost any file system. I have formated a 256MB (yes MB, it is SD Version 1.00) SD card as exFAT. But put that card with exFAT into a camera, like the Panasonic Lumix which has SDXC support, and it says that the card is not formatted properly and won't let you use the card until you reformat it. A SD card is speced for FAT, a SDHC card is speced for FAT32 and a SDXC card is speced for exFAT, and some camera manufacturers enforce the proper file system. So, if you intend to use the sdxc in a camera or a phone or other consumer device, formatting it as anything other than exFAT may not be an option.

    And Apple might need to license exFAT just to read it even if not to write. (might need, I don't really know as there are now forensics tols that read exfat but I don't think those guys are licensing it, maybe read only is ok and doesn't violate licensing agreements?)

    The SDXC card actually begins at 48GB, which is the equivalent of a dual layer Blu-Ray disc. I have seen 48GB and 64GB so far, and the 64GB (at a low i/o speed) can be gotten at amazon for about $200. But the card are running in the $350-$600 range with speeds claimed to be 30MBs (that is mega-bytes per second) so it will be a while for the prices to come down and the speeds to increase near the SD 3.0 level of 104 MBs, let alone the SD 4.00 spec of 300 MBs.

    30 weeks pregnant. Inside pregnancy: Weeks 28 to
  • Inside pregnancy: Weeks 28 to

  • gkarris
    Apr 22, 11:23 PM
    I'm a little bit Rock 'n Roll... :eek:



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  • netdog
    Oct 27, 03:07 AM
    It is surely embarrassing for Apple that a 3rd party developer can write an app that will download and upload from the iDisk far faster than their own Finder.

    If I'm going to iDisk, I use Transmit. Otherwise it's not worth it.

    I'm in no hurry. Would rather not buy Transmit. iDisk is incredibly slow, but no skin off my back (I don't use it too much). Interesting to learn that it is the application, and not something inherently sluggish on the host end.

    30 weeks pregnant. i was 30 weeks pregnant
  • i was 30 weeks pregnant

  • InfoSecmgr
    Apr 18, 03:38 PM
    Call me ignorant, but what results has folding at home produced thus far? I'm looking for hard statistics, not "you contributed to x".


    30 weeks pregnant. 30 weeks pregnant.
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  • Xtremehkr
    Apr 2, 01:15 PM
    It has the underpinnings of a great program. The UI is a little unfriendly and could be more intuitive. Hopefully it progresses faster than .Mac has in improving.

    30 weeks pregnant. 30 Weeks Pregnant
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  • ZipZap
    Apr 25, 09:02 AM
    Sony had a lot of innovative products in 2010 but they (for no discernible reason) decided to discontinue all three products (VAIO Z, X, P).

    The P fits in my pocket, the X is insanely light and thin (and somehow managing to shoehorn internal Ethernet and VGA to something that's lighter/thinner/smaller than the Air) and the Z was simply astonishing. Non-LV i7 proc, GT330M graphics, 512GB SSD, Blu-ray and a Full HD 13.1" LED screen (covering 96% of Adobe's RGB colors!) in something that was the same weight as the last-gen 13" Air.

    Why they discontinued them I'll never know. Glad I bought them while I could :)

    And somehow having to buy/carry around another bulky dongle, and using up another one of the USB ports, is better?

    Not to mention that the internal Ethernet port could support up to Gigabit speeds while the extEthernet would only support up to 100Mbps (due to USB's limitation of 480mbps).

    Yeah, all of the above limitations/annoyances sounds way better than having a collapsible Ethernet port :rolleyes:

    ...and GTX460M in an Air? Yeah good luck with that. Do you want worse battery life and a melted casing or what?

    You do realize that the 410M is a dedicated graphics chip? There is no space for a dedicated card on the Air's mobo.
    Besides- the 410M performs slightly worse than the HD3000 and is thus worse than the current 320M. And thus, if you doubt the HD3000 can run OS X at a 'retina' resolution, good luck with the 410M. The only thing going for the 410 is the better NVIDIA drivers.

    See above.

    We'll see. I highly doubt it, but we'll see.

    Sony has proven that Apple could get more features in the same space. Unfortunately, I dont think Apple cares about features if it interferes with differentiating product lines.

    What the MBA gets will depend on what it replaces (if anything).

    Apple has confirmed however, that the MBA type of laptop is still highly desired. Now lets hope they put more into it while keeping the cost low. Cost was, in my opinion, what ultimately killed sony's ultra portable lines.


    30 weeks pregnant. 30 Weeks Pregnant
  • 30 Weeks Pregnant

  • SPUY767
    Oct 27, 06:26 AM
    We all know that this is just Adobe's Revenge for Apple stepping on its e-Toes with items like Final Cut Studio which for all practical purposes smacks down anything that Adobe can muster up, and for Aperature, which is not as good as it could be, but is still in the realm that Adobe used to dominate. On the audio front, I hope that this costs a lot less than Logic Express because if it's not 50% or more cheaper, this horse is dead before it leaves the gate. I mean, Logic is already cheaper than Audition, and for my money, LE does a bit more than Audition (granted I don't come even close to using the full capabilities of LE).

    So maybe Soundbooth is just here to compete with Soundtrack, which is kind of dumb, as no one will be using Soundbooth on a Mac since soundbooth will not integrate with FCS the way that Soundtrack does. The more I write about it, the dumber releasing this app for the Mac sounds. I mean. . . Adobe dropped Premiere for the mac because FCP smoked it, but now they want to release an audio app for mac that probably only has a place in a Premiere workflow. Hell, maybe this is just a SoundEdit Deck 16 II!? WTF!? I'm leaving.

    30 weeks pregnant. 30 weeks pregnant with baby #2
  • 30 weeks pregnant with baby #2

  • Huntn
    Mar 11, 09:30 PM
    Anybody remember when WalMart advertised that the products they sold were "Made in the USA"? Sad time my friends, sad times.

    Funny story on that.

    The small town where I grew up had a Western Auto store. It was the place to buy all kind's of stuff, including bicycles. My family was friends with the family that owned the store, I heard this tale from the father.

    After WalMart opened in our town, sales at the Western Auto slowed. The guy went down to WalMart to check out what they were doing. He found the same brand of bike he was selling, being retailed at 1-2% more than was paying for them. The next time the bike manufacturers rep came by, he asked him about this.

    "Well", the sales rep said, "volume discount this, economies of scale that, efficiency the other".

    "But my families store has been supporting your brand for 40 years, where's the loyalty?", or words to that effect.

    "Well, times change", was the answer.

    A year goes by, and the bike manufacturer rep is back at the WA, where he sees a good assortment his brands bike, including new models just released the previous month. He goes to the store owner and asks him "Where did you get these new bikes? You haven't place an order with us in 8 months"

    "I bought them at WalMart".

    "Why would you do that? You can get them cheaper by buying them direct"

    "Not a lot cheaper I couldn't. And I figure either WalMart is selling them for no profit, or you are. So by buying them at WalMart, I'm *********g one of you sons of bitches, and that makes me happy!"

    Moral of the story? The bike manufacturer moved their production facilities over seas. The Western Auto is now a Beef O'Brady's.

    At one point "Made in the USA" was a sweat shop on Saipan. I remember reading of cases where Walmart pressured manufacturers to move their operation overseas. They would offer the manufacturer a price on their product they (the manufacturer) could not make a profit on. When told so, Walmart told them, "just make it in China". So much for loyalty, loyalty to profits that is.


    30 weeks pregnant. she was 30 weeks pregnant.
  • she was 30 weeks pregnant.

  • eawmp1
    Apr 7, 05:26 PM
    I would disagree with that.

    The Tea Party is to the GOP as the Blue Dogs are to the democrats.

    Yes they are democrats but they are a sub group of them. Just the Tea Party GOP is a radical sub group of the GOP.

    A sub group that the more moderates of either party are afraid of muzzling. The sad part is, both parties pander to the extremes of their parties for fear of alienating their vocal "bases". However, this will come back to bite them in the buttocks.

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  • MattSepeta
    Apr 12, 02:11 PM
    He's just speaking truth to power. It's a violent outburst caused by the man's oppression by the white majority. It's unfortunate that a woman was beat up, but we must consider the root cause - whites.

    Seriously, I had to write papers on this crap. It's pretty awesome. I took it as a lesson on how you can win any argument by changing the rules.

    Lucky for you, you got to help finance the mess that is the University system :)


    30 weeks pregnant. 30 weeks Pregnant
  • 30 weeks Pregnant

  • stosh06611
    Mar 24, 04:38 PM
    Just picked one up in Norwalk CT - they had plenty in stock and the sales person didn't realize the markdown until I mentioned it. Great deal. They tried to sell me a ton of services, but you don't have to... $317 out the door.:)

    30 weeks pregnant. My Twin Pregnancy Diary – 30
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  • iJohnHenry
    Mar 26, 03:54 PM
    Insurance rates based on mileage driven are also gaining traction.

    This question is always asked on Canadian vehicle insurance applications, but everyone lies.

    Same thing with the "do you use your vehicle to drive to and from work"?

    Lies, all lies. ;)

    But, I do favour users fees.

    If gas taxes don't cover that in the age of the electric car, then we have GPS in cars to record, and report when prompted, mileage driven.

    30 weeks pregnant. 30 weeks pregnant!
  • 30 weeks pregnant!

  • Zombie Acorn
    May 4, 08:30 PM
    Technically 60% of the voting public did not want a conservative government. Only 40% voted conservative, another reason why we need a two party system or proportional representation.

    80% didn't want a liberal government, 70% didn't want a NDP government. Conservatives won the majority of seats, now let them run the show for a while.

    Apr 2, 03:09 PM
    I wear a black shirt and jeans almost every day too!


    1: I wear good shoes. Come on steve!
    2: Mine fit.
    3: Turtlenecks dont look good on anyone.

    New Balance 993 are bad shoes? Made in USA and a quality running shoe.

    Mar 21, 03:08 AM
    Who cares??? its a $500 device that can replace all computer needs of any student. Period.

    When was the last time you were in a university class? No offense, but before the iPad came out, I said I would purchase one if it did everything I needed it to do (word processing, FULL internet, music, and email). Unfortunately, it doesn't multi-task, and it does not do the full internet.

    Apr 5, 09:04 AM
    So I guess this means there's nothing wrong with the antenna?

    Big D 51
    May 5, 12:04 PM
    Good move.

    Jan 4, 04:37 PM
    Why would you need GPS for a route you take daily? Traffic, I suppose...but still?

    I imagine some people's jobs may require them to stay within the same general region, but travel areas that they're not totally familiar with: delivery drivers, shuttle drivers, taxis, etc.