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  • Musubi
    Nov 12, 05:38 AM
    There are also a couple of other Flash(?) skits they do (at least it sounds like them...it is just (minimal) animation) riffing on Tokyo train station names (called kyoubashi ??) and on prefecture names (ibaraki ??) that are amusing. Especially if you see yourself in that particular language class.
    Ah, those were classic. I have the Shimbashi and Chiba skits with the 2ちゃねる flash animation here (http://www.nippon-media.net/db/mediaportal/browse.php?album=29).

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  • skunk
    Apr 14, 04:24 PM
    Something I am seeing more and more which is downright terrifying/befuddling to me is the notion that not giving someone something is the same as taking something from them. Example: Tax cuts. I hear time and time again that tax cuts "cost" the government money. Excuse me?I don't really understand your confusion here: the government is essentially selling the taxpayer a bundle of services. If they lower the price, it costs them money. Surely that isn't so complicated?

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  • miles01110
    Mar 23, 03:58 PM
    The military and the Army has had a "dialogue" with Apple for years... pretty much every project involving a piece of field equipment has gone to another manufacturer because of durability concerns.

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  • Daveoc64
    Aug 19, 11:21 PM
    The amount of stupidity in this thread is mind-blowing. Don't want people to know where you are? Don't check in. It's so simple.

    By default, your friends can check you in to any location - whether you're there or not.

    That's where the real privacy concern is coming from.

    It's one thing if YOU put your location out to the world, but it's another thing entirely when your friends can do it (and I'm sure many would do that, quite innocently).


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  • elpmas
    Mar 18, 12:21 PM
    where are the pictures!? :O

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  • Kar98
    Apr 12, 09:14 PM
    Interesting random feature: in PowerPoint, if the author's name happens to be French, the spellchecking language is set to French, regardless of the UI and OS language being US English. Bleh.
    Haven't checked with other programs yet.


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  • itcheroni
    Apr 10, 04:09 PM

    Say something because I don't know what that picture is supposed to mean. Can I take it to mean you don't believe there's any benefit to cutting taxes? If so, you should just say it so I can tell you where you're wrong much faster.

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  • Zadillo
    Sep 25, 10:19 AM
    If the MBP's or other hardware is not updated at this event, then when is the next public event to have this happen?

    Note that you don't need a public event. Remember, the iMacs were upgraded with Core 2 Duo processors silently. And if I remember correctly, the last time the MBP was updated (with the processor speedbumps from 1.83 and 2.0 to 2.0 and 2.16), it was silent as well.


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  • completeidiot23
    Dec 21, 06:09 AM
    people are computers, they buy what is sold to them. if people are constantly being told that this music, is the new thing, then sooner or later they will buy it. rather then making music a personal choice, they buy what ever is on radio.

    I like to make my music a personal thing, i go out and look for my music, not following what is told that great and hip.

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  • AP_piano295
    May 3, 09:00 AM
    The effect of terrorists to the West is enormously magnified by our reaction to them. How many Western deaths have been caused through terrorism in the last 15 years. 5000? Probably less than 200 in the last 5 years.

    How many soldiers have been killed in subsequent wars? Over 7000 (http://icasualties.org/).
    How many civilians have been killed in these wars? 100s of thousands.
    And how much are we spending on this? What is the 'opportunity cost' of that lost cash - which could have been spent on health care/research/education?

    I think we need to learn to ignore the 'short game' of small terrorist outrages and instead concentrate on the 'long game', which the West is undoubtably winning.

    Terrorists represent a tiny proportion of radicals, that bubble to the surface of large populations of unhappy, poor and repressed people. Those underlying populations are changing though... all across North Africa and the Arab world people are mobilising to gain democracy, spurred on by the slow liberalising Western influence of open communication technologies and culture. This 'long game' political change is MUCH more significant than OBL's death.

    Take away the unhappy cultures that breed terrorists won't completely remove risk - but it will make terrorism more the action of criminals, and less of a 'clash of cultures'. Smart Western political leadership would sell terrorist outrages as 'random acts of criminal radicals' not 'we must go to war with the axis of evil'.

    All Obama has to do is decide whether he can afford to stop propping up the US military industrial complex.

    It is a bit like spending a trillion dollars trying to invent an anti lighting hat (rather unsuccessfully). While totally ignoring cancer research :confused:.


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  • menziep
    Sep 25, 10:52 AM
    The site has been updated!

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  • celticpride678
    Jun 13, 06:19 PM
    If you are on the Connect to iTunes screen, your only choice is to restore.


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  • iMikeT
    Oct 26, 09:27 PM
    As much as I would like to have .Mac and be able to sync my data, I still can't justify $99 for 1gb of web storage. Hopefully the Apple/Google alliance has some impact regarding the pricing of Apple's web services.

    I'm glad I have Gmail and its 2.309843598745398745987345gb of storage!:D

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  • Blue Velvet
    Sep 13, 07:31 AM
    Hey Gary... don't worry.

    Had it myself for the first time just over 6 weeks ago for major surgery.
    It's not like sleep at all: no dreaming, no tossing & turning etc.

    In my case, the anaesthetist was in a small room off from the main theater. I was wheeled in on my bed. Some lines were inserted into my left hand and forearm, he disappeared behind me to check something... we chatted for a few seconds and then... I woke up in a large sunny room.

    It will seem like a handful of seconds will have passed since the anaesthetist induced full anaesthesia and waking up in the recovery room. Depending on the surgery they will have already put you on post-op pain relief and you may just feel fine and dandy like I did. Upon awakening, they will probably ask you a few simple questions to ascertain your mental state.

    Afterwards, you may be thirsty -- don't gulp water, though. It can leave you feeling nauseous. If you can manage it, it's also quite nice to have something a little starchy yet easy to digest like half a banana or a cookie, if doctors allow you to take food.

    Afterwards, I was on a morphine drip for 5 days and oral painkillers for the entire time in hospital -- I'm still on them now but a much-reduced dose...

    It's important to mobilise yourself as soon as the nurses let you. Take little gentle walks around the place -- gets the circulation, respiration and digestive system up and running.


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  • bigjnyc
    Apr 12, 02:13 PM
    Pages and Numbers are much easier to use, and far nicer to look at than Office. If I don't need the horsepower I prefer iWork. If I do need the horsepower I have Office 2003 running on a late 2009 mini that is Windows 7 only. Office 2003 works great with W7, and it's not all blue looking like some of the newer versions.

    As usual Windows runs MS software much better than Mac OS does.

    They made Mac OS office very similar to the windows counterpart in the 2011 version. Granted its not 100% the same but the gap between office 2011 on mac and office 2011 on windows is very tiny now.

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  • macinside
    Apr 18, 05:32 PM
    There was a study a bit ago that showed that complexity drastically reduced participation in altruistic activities, while simplicity -- especially exact instructions on how to participate -- drastically increased participation.

    I think that's applies here. Using a Mac is so simple, generally speaking, that the folding@home pages seem obtuse in comparison. The pages are all ugly, and instructions are unclear, and files seem to be missing that instruction pages reference.

    To increase participation I recommend that a very clear communicator make a new thread (perhaps a sticky) with *dead simple* step by step instructions w/screenshots on how to install and turn it on (circa 2010). Maybe even a screen flow that just shows exactly how to it, hosted on a service with crystal clear video like vimeo.com. Get our mirror neurons goin', yaknow?

    Case in point, I'm having my own issues. Where exactly is the screen saver? On http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/OSX/OSX.html, it talks about it, and say to grab it off the download page, but I just can't find it. Makes me feel dumb, which is hardly what you want in a social endeavor.

    Beyond my notebooks, I also have 2 8 Core Mac Pro's I'd like to put into the game, but I really only want the processor power being used when they're idle. I need that power to myself at the other times. Screen saver or idle time processing is perfect.

    Second, I did install just the basic install of http://www.stanford.edu/group/pandegroup/folding/release/Folding@home-OSX10.5-6.29.3.pkg.zip in the meantime. Activated the client in System Preferences, and hit the enable button. When does this thing activate? It's not showing any activity in Activity Monitor yet. I guess maybe this does idle time processing w/o any visual feedback?


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  • zim
    Oct 26, 11:05 PM
    That's basically it. You pay the $100 because you don't want to read, learn and figure stuff out. Every Mac sold comes with enough software that you could set up your own services using your DSL or Cable Internet connection. Macs have web severs, FTP servers, email and "all the UNIX Stuff" You already have an iDisk right there on your desk that could be accessed from any computer that has a browser but it's easier for most people to pay $100 than to figure out how to make it work.

    Although there is truth to what you are saying, broadband providers such as comcast do not allow for use of server activity on their networks from home computers. There is also the issue that some of us, such as myself, whom know how to do all that you explained simply just like to take a break form everything and keep it simple. Also, I have multiple computers and will gladly pay the annual fee for syncing.. 4 computers, desktop, office, laptop and wife's office computer all synced. .mac is more then web services.

    As for the .mac mail, very happy with it, happy to see the old interface gone.. also love the new address book wish the bookmarks page design would have been updated too (although I only use this when traveling and it works so why fix it?).

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  • rdowns
    Apr 25, 11:00 AM
    Rich bastard who deserves to be shot 300 times in the heart.. Yes, I hate rich people... I am glad many died in WWII and other wars.. at least they can't take their money which is worthless anyway to heaven.

    You have some serious issues. :rolleyes:

    Trump is a good businessman... which may be good for corporations if he gets elected. IMO though, what we need is a President who looks out for the people, not business.

    Either way, I don't see a Republican candidate winning at the moment. Obama, even with "low" ratings, has enough to win re-election.

    Yeah, a good businessman who took a casino, A CASINO, into bankruptcy THREE times. Dig a little deeper to see how many failures and questionable deals are out there.

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  • DeSnousa
    May 14, 07:10 AM
    Wow the team is doing really good at the moment, we are set to overtake now before we get overtaken ourseleves. We have some 11 new members over the last week and have over 80 folder, lets get this to 100 :D

    Go team this is very exciting.

    Apple Corps
    Feb 18, 06:46 PM
    Very skillful in how Jobs face and legs are hidden. Im beginning to think the newspapers are right about his condition.

    Also, pretty tasteless to dress the way he does. I'm not a fan of Obama, but if I were to meet him and sit next to him for dinner, I would respect the office enough not no dress in freakin' turtle neck.

    Jobs has ZERO class, none.

    I noticed they were all wearing shirts / tops - must be trying to hide some chest condition :rolleyes:

    Jun 17, 08:10 PM
    Understood, but there is no "Pro" version of this new one, so I'm not sure where you were going with that.The Slim design isn't going to trickle down to the other models?

    Oct 27, 08:09 AM
    I love everything I can do with .mac, and I am willing to pay the $99 bucks for iDisk, Sync , etc. But please increase the storage space. I know it's been said 100 times, but 1 gb is just a joke.

    Apr 5, 12:28 AM
    Thing about the Laffer curve is that there was/is no research or data to back it up. Arthur Laffer pulled it out of a dark place and scribbled it down on a cocktail napkin. Its actual shape may have no actual correlation to the smooth bell we always see, it is all fiction because no one has tried to demonstrate its validity or accuracy.

    I won't disagree with you.

    I believe I have seen it suggested somewhere that raising taxes puts pressure on business, which may have the effect of stimulating growth by forcing the businesses to make up the lost revenue (ramping up).

    Interesting and just as sensible.

    What effect government policy has on the economy is not clear because the economy is made up of a mass of Brownian particles that move in unpredictable and befuddling ways....

    And, I think this is the money quote; nice use of physics term.

    Apr 15, 08:19 PM
    crime, I'm not sure how I forgot that word. Mea culpa

    Nobody is saying you can't discriminate against someone who's shoved a gun in your face and asked for all the money in your cash register.

    However, what's your rationale for discriminating against someone who has sat down at a table and wants to order a hamburger and fries?

    Males are far more likely to commit violent crimes than females. If you were worried about statistics, then it would make sense to open an "ladies only" establishment.