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  • SuperCachetes
    Apr 17, 09:23 AM
    You completely missed the point. Let me be more specific for comprehension purposes. There is no way to teach the persecution of all peoples throughout the history of our planet with the way the school system is today. So where should the line be drawn? You never answered the question. Do gays deserve more attention than say slavery or the holocaust? It appears to me that you feel that a select few individuals, that may have been gay, deserve more attention than the plight of entire civilizations or race of people?

    And this is not ignorance. Pointing out the sexuality of a person that made a contribution to society is irrelevant. Completely and utterly irrelevant! Do people remember Einstein for being a Jew or as the father of modern physics? You would prefer he was remembered as a Jew first?

    I doubt Lee missed your point; maybe your point is just undefendable. For example, explain how you can prove that adding a bit of content about modern history will somehow force something else out of the curriculum. That there are a finite amount of class hours isn't good enough.

    As we march through history, we have to condense more and more of it into a class. It wasn't that long ago that we added the space program to our description of modern history. Then JFK. MLK. Civil rights. Space shuttles. John Hinckley Jr. Fall of communism. Berlin Wall. Iraq. 9/11. Tsunamis. Egypt. What did these things take the place of or force out of the curriculum?

    Incidentally, when I came through school many years ago, it was mentioned that Einstein was a Jew. It's not irrelevant - it's part of his story and part of who he was. In my classes, it wasn't swept under the rug, but neither was it mentioned "first" nor did it make me want to convert to Judaism. Adding a facet to our understanding of a person in history is not promotion.

    Most people here really don't get that accomplishments aren't being promoted so much as the homosexuality of the historical figures.

    You really don't get that it's not promotion. There is a big swath of gray area between promotion and concealment. The GLBT struggle for equality is part of our culture whether you are involved in it or not. It should be entered into the records.





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  • maflynn
    Apr 11, 12:28 PM
    It'll be really cool if they release a free beta for a year or so like they did with W7. The W7 beta was very stable and knocked off a nice chunk of money from a new build (for a while anyway)

    I'm hoping that will be the case, and I'm thinking that will occur as they want to drum up some excitement for win8.





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  • garybUK
    Mar 14, 06:28 AM
    What is innovation?

    Apple have done a lot since the PowerPC. In fact, especially in the laptop area, Apple were severly lacking in innovation with the iBook and PowerBook. PowerBook to original MacBook Pro, not a lot changed, but let's look at what has changed since the first MacBook to now.

    Apple has found a way of manufacturing beautiful Aluminium cases out of a block of aluminium. During my day job, I work with Dell D-series, E-Series laptops and Macbook Pros. Admittedly, we get less Apple hardware with failure than we do with the Dells, and the 2-3 year old Dells are dropping like flies due to their Nvidia graphics chipsets failing. Last week I had 6 Dell laptops fail and had to replace their motherboards. Which leads me onto another of Apple's innovations. Component layouts. Yes, Apple use the same components as other PCs, they did during the late PowerPC era too (save the processor) and the way they engineer the layout and cooling is just of a much higher quality than Dell, where the parts do seem to be more cobbled together.



    What? Like Sony's Z Series? Quad SSD Raid, 13" form factor, Quad i7, Bluray all in a package like the 13" macbook Pro? Who's innovative?



    Then let's look at 2007. Yes there were Blackberry and Windows Mobile phones around first, but the innovation that Apple made was making smartphones useful to more people. They also helped create an entire new software development industry, in the background they had a tablet, unlike any Tablet PCs, but too hard to make into a product at the time.



    No, Apple sat back, watched the others, cobbled together something (without proper licensing from Nokia) and put it out, that's innovation at only marketing level.




    Apple are great at taking something already there and making it work either in other applications or making the entire package in a way that their competitors just get confused on how to combat. Look at how Motorola desgined the Xoom, Samsung Designed the Galaxy Tab 10, there's something lacking in these designs in the entire packages. Yes they will be great against the original iPad and its original OS, but look at Garageband and iMovie. The iPad is geting powerful enough to be a device to create on. That is innovation.



    iMovie not innovative, Microsoft have MoveMaker on the PC.
    Garageband is a great product and is pretty innovative.

    But you've just proven my point, they don't innovate hardware, they use it to get you into their 'innovative' ecosystem. None of it is really new apart from how closed off it is. One would argue, Monopolistic which if their customer base grows they will need to look out for.... Apple is the Microsoft of the 21st Century (without the Business volumes behind it).



    I'm not talking about the lower levels of computing. I'm talking about the parts of computing that End Users, who will never see an IDE in their entire lives. This is where computing is being redefined. They're shifting the way people use the "input. Process. Output.Store".
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    And your also describing only home users and not business users, of which, there are many many millions more.





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  • Dr.Gargoyle
    Aug 1, 02:37 PM
    See he gets it!!!!

    He is one of the few people who (if he lives in Scandinavia, needs to be granted amnesty, and sent to a happier place!) actually understands how it is there...

    He is telling the truth, but I didn't want to bring up the suicidal rates in those countries and how the youth is just rotting away... But hey, now that he did...

    I am sure they don't spend their money on iPods or iTunes, but rather crack and weed... After all their lives suck... so...
    OOOOkkkeeyyyy...
    First of all, I do live in Sweden. (born and bred). Secondly, my comment shouldn't be taken too seriously.
    I don't know where are from, but my guess is that you never been close to scandinavia. If you had done some traveling you would know that all countries have to live with their own moronic politicians for better or worse.



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  • fyrefly
    Apr 29, 02:39 PM
    Whew!! They also brought Safari's "Drag Image to Desktop to save Image File" back in this Preview Build. :D

    In previous Lion Builds, dragging an image to the desktop resulted in a Safari Link file to the Image's location on the web.





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  • dornoforpyros
    Nov 23, 10:09 PM
    Any info on what the Canadian Apple Store discount prices will be?

    meh I'd assume on par with the american ones, it's a nice gesture to extend it to canadians as well, but at the same time I'm not sure how i feel about having black friday migrate north of the border.



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  • Cromulent
    Sep 29, 09:47 AM
    And by current standards around here, not having a private bathroom for EACH bedroom, and a LARGE closet, is pretty substandard.

    Some people obviously want their homes to feel like a home rather than a hotel.





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  • Viking Quest
    Aug 11, 09:55 AM
    The 23" display is now $999
    The 30" display is now $1999

    Apple could fill that $1000 hole with a nice 26" cinema display. It would be perfect in our household.

    Are there "25-27" LCDs out there that Apple could sell for say $1499? Has Dell or HP filled this hole yet?


    I'm about to pull the trigger on the Dell 2407WFP. 24" monitor with Component, VGA, S-Video, and DVI inputs. It's a sweet monitor and blows the Apple 23" out of the water. And it's only $703!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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  • Morod
    Mar 24, 06:52 PM
    As a switcher in I feel I have to give a big thanks to Microsoft and Windows Vista - after all, if Vista hadn't been so terrible, I might not have switched ;)

    Happy birthday OS X - here's to another 10 years!!

    +1 on this! even though I first started using Apple computers at work in 1994 with QuarkExpress 3.1.
    I don't remember which OS Apple used back in the mid-90s, but I will never forget the bitmapped "bomb" that would show up way too frequently!
    Thanks, :apple:, and Happy Birthday.





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  • ThirteenXIII
    Dec 14, 02:20 PM
    seems sketchy, Apple wouldnt put it all in VZ's hands at all to keep it secure, Apple does a fine job at that already.

    And i dont think itd be that much of a difference if they release att / vz iphone separately they do device updates for portables, desktops differently and the usual ipod updates etc.

    But the fact remains how are they going to exactly implement two separate phones for carriers that use different cell tech, and implement them properly

    I highly doubt there will be a vz iphone for as much as id like one...not until other 4g/lte services are out in the wild



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  • OdduWon
    Jul 24, 02:34 PM
    wait was that a poke at apple being dead zune :confused:





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  • RonD69
    Apr 5, 03:55 PM
    ...but how about confining ads to this app rather than on individual apps. This way it's a conscience decision on the user to go into the ads.

    Just a thought. Now let me wear my rose-colored glasses.



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  • DoFoT9
    May 13, 06:09 AM
    well with overclocking, if something goes wrong, to fix it, you've gotta go into the BIOS. it will restart as normal, but the problem will keep happening, and it'll keep crashing and restarting
    ahh true. you need a remote control hand with a video camera!

    i have heard people disabling HT, but not many. i'll just stick to what works for me
    hehe ok ok :P the performance gain v power usage increase/stress on CPU is obvious though lol. hope you earn lots of moneys to pay for electricity lol

    GPU folding right now only works in windows
    blast i read that but was praying for a work around ;)

    p.s. like ur server ;) i also have one :D





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  • Lynxpro
    Oct 20, 01:29 PM
    Not just for interest though - if Apple do not take a firm presence in the rapidly developing (India, China) countries now, they may well face the same uphill battle against Windows they have been fighting for the past whatever years in the US.


    India has a large tariff they impose upon computers not made/assembled in India. The only way for Apple to gain large market share in India is to either build a factory there or find a reliable Indian subcontractor to build their product for that market.



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  • palmerc2
    Apr 25, 12:50 PM
    Curiouser and curiouser.

    If it's a fake, whoever did it did a pretty interesting job on it.

    It looks plausible.

    I mean we had:

    iphone 3g
    iphone 3gs

    why not
    iphone 4
    iphone 4gs

    Which would give incentive for people to go for the white one I guess.

    then the 5 comes out later?

    I feel calling the 2nd iPhone an iPhone 3G was dumb, but I guess they had no choice. They finally caught up so now it's the iPhone 4, which is the 4th generation.....I think that for now on it will be iPhone 5, 6, 7, 8, etc...





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  • Gatesbasher
    Mar 24, 08:13 PM
    Pardon? Want to try that again?



    I can't speak for him, but DOS was tolerable. No iteration of Windows has been. That's probably what he meant.



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  • Blakjack
    Mar 17, 07:15 AM
    Lay off the OP. Half of u are dogging him and would have done the same thing. Thats the sad part





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  • lordonuthin
    Jul 17, 12:15 PM
    yeah the top dsl speed here is 6 mb/s. not really great, but better than what i'm getting.

    i'm really not sure why the speed is so low.



    try http://www.speedtest.net. i just ran it and got 0.81 mb/s. i'm paying for 12.0

    That is a very poor speed, at least I'm getting close to 10 mb/s but paying for 30 I think... $76 a month. These monopolies we have in the US are a drag, they can do whatever they want and the gov does nothing about it. Mine is adequate for all the folding at least.





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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 15, 10:05 PM
    iPhone did nothing new. It just took some popular features and combined them. It was more of a game changer due to it being made by apple.

    The iphone defined the real smart phone we know today.





    PurrBall
    May 3, 06:30 PM
    Apparently you've never been to Calgary...

    Or Maine.





    balamw
    Oct 4, 05:11 PM
    The decryption key is top secret, not the encryption key.
    Methinks you don't have a good grasp of public key encryption. (Or at least how it's supposed to work).

    The encryption key is the one that is top secret because it's the one you keep private, and is the one which would allow DoubleTwist (or anyone else) to masquerade as iTS. The decryption key, by it's very nature, is vulnerable and in effect "public" (since it must be on the client machine, so it can be discovered). There is a flaw in the FairPlay system that Jon has exploited before (as I mentioned earlier in the thread) which has to do with the fact that the files are personalized locally on the client machine, so if they can fool iTunes into personalizing third party files, they're in like Flynn. (This also has the effect of making a private key or equivalent available on the system which may be the chink in FairPlay's armor).

    Essentially, the FairPlay system is one that implies a certain amount of trust. Once you authorize a machine all of the purchased tracks from that account on the machines can be decrypted. Even if they are not on the machine at the time of the authorization and the machine is not on the network at the time (I have played back encrypted videos on DVD-R on my iBook while it was not on the 'net.)

    I don't know how often it needs to "phone home" so you can't just load up 5 machines with protected content, detach them from the network and deactivate all of your machines at iTMS... Then spend the next year working on 5 more systems...

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    Rodimus Prime
    Oct 6, 04:25 PM
    I still disagree with you. The device is material. The network is supposed to be invisible. You're not supposed to notice the network. AT&T's service isn't great, but I'll put up with it to use the device of my choice.

    The mobile industry has a strange business model compared to other industries. You don't buy a desktop computer that you can only use on one ISP or a car that you can only fill up at particular gas stations (excluding electric). However, If these industries were to operate this way, I still think people would go for the product over the commodity.

    To me, and apparently many others, mobile service is just a commodity. Some may be a bit better than others, but in the end you're getting a comparable service. The devices, on the other hand, vary. And, yes, I still think the iPhone was game changing. All I remember before January 2007 were RAZRs and Chocolates. Unintuitive text-based interfaces with linear button-mashing controls in a hyped-up shell.


    I think your arugument would be valid if phones were not subsudized and you have to buy them at full price. Because AT&T in this case is paying Apple $400 per phone you should choose a network first.

    If ISP were footing the bill for desktop then Verizon add still would work but for cell phones most of the cost of the phone is paid by the networks. Not the other way around.





    Porco
    Mar 28, 09:05 PM
    Of course Apple are free to do what they want, and limit the scope of the awards in whatever way they see fit, but by doing so it lessens the value of winning the award, because it's from a smaller group of apps and is more blatantly self-serving rather than creating the impression that it is more of a recognition of genuinely well-designed software.

    I would liken it to the Oscars, where films that are heavy on acting performances gain an instant advantage because most of the voters are actors. That's fine, but it doesn't mean the awards mean as much as if they were voted for by a more independent, disinterested (as opposed to uninterested) group that didn't have a built-in bias to promote the stature of their own section of the industry.





    iJohnHenry
    Apr 26, 10:21 AM
    Yes, I do.

    Mord, wow. :eek: That's all. :)



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