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  • Sharky II
    Sep 25, 10:54 AM
    Um, no it doesn't Fuji S1, S2, S3 RAW Files are not supported. This camera is used by more wedding photographers than any other.

    indeed. and if medium format cameras with digital backs aren't considered 'pro' cameras (worth more than more peoples cars just for the camera and digi back) then i don't know what is

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  • Number 41
    Apr 21, 02:14 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_1_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7E18 Safari/528.16)

    I'm amazed with some
    people on these forums in that unless the phone gets a case re-design and LTE it's only a minor update. Really? going to a dual core processor and 8mp camera is "just a spec bump?"

    With "cloud" computing on the horizon, speed of access to stored content is of paramount importance for phones.

    If you can't read those tea leaves, I don't know what to tell you.

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  • fcortese
    Mar 4, 05:54 AM

    JD, nicely done. I love the vibrant reds and yellows with the softer-out-of-focus greens in the background. My eyes are drawn immediately to the almost star-like center of the red flower-of course, placed a the rule of thirds juncture.

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  • cr2sh
    Sep 20, 06:12 PM
    i learned a few years ago that you can never try to show someone else their mistakes, theyll only hate you for it... at this point its become a disgusting obsession with a lot of mac-junkies to show that a g4 is faster than a pentium. at this point its not, the OS is better, the software is better, the user experience is so much more enjoyable its idiotic to even argue.. but lets face it, head to head, single cpu to single cpu th3y got us beat.

    ill agree with everyone though, theres a big-storm coming, and when the g5s with 5megs l3 operating at 2gHz are released in mid-2003... its over... for a while.

    ive seen dual AMD systems with both cpus at 1.8, and it is amazing... but so what? im not about to trade speed and windows, for enormous power and osX. i dont play games so theres no edge there...

    we're right, we know it, and the rest are idiots (except the gamers and CAD, they know what theyre doing)... but i think the matter has been argued enough already, so let me exit with another thing thats been said FAR TOO often...

    give us the g5 goddamnit!!


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  • jsw
    Sep 13, 09:22 AM
    I know -- just a few minutes with them and they'll have you in stitches.
    And surgeons are less boring in bed - anesthesiologists always want to put you under, er, be on top.

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  • TheNewDude
    May 10, 04:09 PM
    So i got the Beta Copy of Star Craft but I don't seem to have any playable maps... :S What gives?


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  • slick316
    Apr 21, 11:03 PM
    Oklahoma, $3.61 for 87 with alcohol, costs me just under $50 to fill up the tank on my Accord.

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  • lmalave
    May 7, 04:13 PM
    Originally posted by markjs
    I was drawn to this forum because I am interested in computers generally and macs almost qualify.....but seriously I poked around on a mac for about an hour today, and found that some things are less intuitive (minimizing and closing windows). Also I found that some things easily accessible in windows are not accessible at all in mac OSX. I felt like the computer was "dumbed down" for me. All in all it was a computer and pefectly capable internet machine, but at least in an hour nothing even came close to winning me ove. Oh yeah it also crashed once too.

    They're just different, but I don't see how you can say Windows is more intuitive than OS X. Minimizing and closing apps? OS X Windows have the same 3 freakin' buttons (minimize, maximize, close), but they're on the top left corner instead of the top right corner. Also, keyboard shortcuts are in general more intuitive and uniform on the Mac. For example, command-Q will quit your program. Closing a window doesn't actually quit the program, maybe that's what you're referring to?

    And as far as OS X being dumbed down. Hello? It's a Unix machine! I consider myself an alpha geek or close to it, and I have 10x more power on my Mac than on any Windows machine. It's Windows that's dumbed down. Everything's a black box. I can't even kill a program if it's hanging. I keep going to Task Manager and clicking "End Task" over and over and over and over and it just won't quit. What's up with that? On my iBook everything just works like it's supposed to to a much greater degree than on my PCs.

    As Rower asked, what exactly were you trying to find on the Mac that made you think it was "dumbed down"? It might be in a different place. You're just very used to the Windows interface. That doesn't mean the Mac is "dumbed down".


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  • MacFever
    Mar 28, 12:04 PM
    maybe also some Sandy Bridge Macbook Air's ?? :D:apple:

    I'd prefer to see them released before that like in April....

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  • tcmcam
    Oct 17, 07:23 AM
    I'm a Treo user now....

    BUT, I would love an iPhone that has a "slide out" keyboard.

    I worry about all this. Seems like the expectations for the iPhone are getting a bit out of hand. I'm thinking many people are going to be disappointed with a version 1.0 product.

    What it will most likely do:
    - Be a cell phone
    - Be a great music player like iPod

    What it *may* do:
    - Be a great calendar client for iCal
    - Support e-mail
    - Have a web browser.


    There's the rub, they are now competing with every hi-end phone out there. Apple is basically making their own "Phone OS" from the ground up. What web technology would they use? Is this too ambitious for a release 1 product? If they try this great, I just hope it is good. They are suddenly going to have competition from Windows Mobile, Nokia, Treo, Blackberry, and the whole Motorola line.

    Let's remember with iPod, when it came out there were just some pretty lame competitors. The cell phone market is much more mature.

    Good Luck Apple!



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  • joshysquashy
    Sep 1, 03:23 AM
    For some reason this bummed me out.

    I guess I was hopeful that the developer preview was an old build with just enough for the developers to test their apps, and just enough cool new stuff to keep the public interested.

    I was hoping that the build was 6 - 8 months old, and Apple was working on a build with all of the top secret features that was going to blow us away.

    But I guess while there are obviously a few things up Apple's sleave, we've seen a good chunk of Leopard. I guess that makes sense given each release has 3 - 5 meaningful new features, and 20 or so little new nice touches.

    I guesss my hope stemmed from the opportunity to slap Microsoft and Vista. Looks like Leopard is going to be a typical release.

    Just because they are improving this build doesnt mean there aren't some major apps or system features they are not revealing to developers.

    They could be updating another version of the OS alongside this one with extra goodness!, and the updates are most likely to be fixes based on what the devs tell them is buggy.

    I think they have purposefully left stuff out of Leopard for the moment so that it is even more shocking when it is all revealed at the launch of Leopard! thats what apple does best, shocks the public with "one more thing!"

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  • aristotle
    Mar 27, 11:09 PM
    Well windows for killing is one thing, Microsoft are well known to be evil but mac for killing? Either way I don't care what the end use is if the US army take apple on i'll be put of buying Apple stuff. It's purely political!
    So I guess you will just live off the land from now on to grow your own cotton for clothes vegetables for food? You will abandon all technology including the internet (originally a military project).


    As much as it pains me to say this, I agree with kdarling. Virtually every product you consume and every technology you use on a daily basis is also used by the US military and/or was originally invented for military use. Google maps was funded by the CIA when it was called Keyhole.

    Have fun living off the grid.


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  • kainjow
    Sep 25, 11:41 AM
    I wonder why the iTunes store video downloads were upgraded in size recently but no current iPod can take advantage of this new format. I still speculate that we'll see a new larger format Video iPod that can do double duty for us photographers.
    All 5G iPods with upgraded firmware to 1.2 can play the iTS movies just fine.

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  • CaoCao
    Apr 9, 01:49 PM
    What does you first sentence have to do with the second?

    Could you please elaborate?
    If people are the greatest asset then paying people to diminish that asset is a very dumb idea.


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  • dhdave
    May 24, 11:15 PM
    I am a child of the eighties, well really a teenager, but anyway, my freshman year of college (1987) all I wanted was a Macintosh Plus. It was THE computer to have. For me. Everyone else was drooling over 8088's but I was drooling over the Mac. That's what I wanted. I never did get it, (until last year that is) but the seed was planted.

    I went on to own 286, 386, 486 , pentium, k62, and pentium III machines. I loved that I could build a machine myself and decide what went into it. I've built every machine I have used since 1998 (before that I just bought 'em). Despite the freedom I've grown tired of it. There is nothing worse than spending 600-1000 on a new setup only to have something not work with something else. Be it video drivers, or a nic. etc. I began looking and drooling over macs again when the iMac came out. Amelio's beige boxes did absolutely nothing for me. But when Steve came back, WOAH!

    I was thrilled when windows xp came out. I beta tested windows Me and watched it go from super stable to a high overhead crash-prone mess. Beta testing XP I thought that MS had finally gotten it right. But I quickly realized they hadn't. The windows registry is the weakest link on my system. It becomes increasingly unstable over time (just like windows 9x) and eventually brings the whole system down. To fix it, I've got to reformat and start over. I have learned to partition my drive so everything that I wouldn't want to lose is in it's own partition away from the OS. With OS X, that practice is a thing of the past.

    I have also tried linux and liked it, though I found the learning curve very daunting. (the feeling of accomplishment when all was up and running was great, though--anyone remember trying to get your soundblaster to work?? Make?, bash?....whew) When I first read about OS X it got my attention. I watched the quicktime videos of the dock and minimizing a window etc. Then I used it. Finally somebody really had gotten it right. And not for the eye candy. You can be incredibly productive with just the GUI or you can fully exploit the command line. It's as powerful as you wish it to be.

    Because I have gone back to school to become a programmer, I will keep my pc around for the occasional time when I can't get virtual pc to run a program on my Mac or when running a program is just too slow. But that's the only reason. I gladly left the windows world and I haven't looked back. I'm glad to finally be where I should have been all those years ago.


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  • ArtOfWarfare
    Apr 1, 09:36 AM
    G4 is actually one of three channels I watch. Get back FOX and add NBC and I'll be interested. Until then, how's Hulu Plus doing? Why hasn't anyone mentioned it yet?


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  • ikir
    Nov 17, 05:00 PM
    I think the iPhone 4 looks great without a case....but it drops calls without the damn bumper!

    It doesn't. My and my friend's iPhones 4 have no problem without cover. Stop the paranoia and FUD.

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  • carmenodie
    Apr 5, 10:42 AM
    What I find to damn stupid is that all competitors except Apple use Android or Honeycomb. WTF!
    They are comparing ipad to other tablets essentially running the same effing OS.

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  • thejadedmonkey
    Nov 5, 10:21 AM
    Following on from this story, apparently FoxConn will be supplying Apple with 15.4" MacBooks/MacBook Pros in May 2007.

    Source: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20061026PR206.html

    Does this mean I'll want to get my macbook/MBP before May 07, or won't it matter

    Sep 1, 11:16 AM
    Update away. Those of you running illegal copies of the WWDC (torrent) will be happy to know that your IP and other system/contact info is automatically logged and forwarded to Apple Legal by the Leopard Software Update. :eek:

    "Enjoyed the preview? Good. We'll be contacting you soon..."

    Hehe... is that you Steve? :D

    Feb 18, 04:56 PM
    Or how about the lack of pictures? This had photo op written all over it, but we the taxpayer only get one picture? I think the number of pictures were limited due to Steve Jobs current condition.

    could be possible i suppose....who knows.

    Apr 10, 04:51 PM
    A child is a consequence, as a consequence of saving someone's life I was rewarded rather generously by the person ($1,000 to a 6th grader is a lot).
    A consequence is a result or effect of an action or condition

    And you had the choice to keep, throw away, or give away that "consequence".

    The consequence of an action that leads to an unplanned pregnancy is pregnancy, which a woman can carry to term to raise or adopt out, or abort. Each of THESE actions carry it's own set of consequences.

    The goal of sex education (provided by PP as well as others) is to minimize the need for unplanned pregnancy. Unfortunately, using the same "morality", many groups that oppose abortion oppose sex education, the most effective tool in minimizing the need for abortion. In focusing on abortion, let's not, um, throw out the baby with the bath water.

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    Oct 5, 05:40 PM
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    Aug 19, 11:18 AM
    If you don't want to do it though, just don't use it. Simple as that. Always has been, always will.

    "Don't want to do it? Then don't do it."but I have to! If I don't then who is going to complain and whine about it?