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  • djrod
    Apr 30, 01:34 AM
    I've seen worse, and done worse, but still feel you're totally right. :o

    Anyway, to attempt an on-topic post:

    This is actually really interesting to me.

    Sliders make some sense (they are more tactile for single-choice selections), but they still suck:
    First, it requires too much care to try to slide it around.
    Second, sliders "value" selections in an order-sensitive way since it is easier to jerk it all the way to one side then to stop it in the middle.
    Third, a slider implies intermediate values are passed through.

    Sliders suck, not just because we are more familiar with buttons, but because they make everything more complicated despite feeling a bit more tactile.

    You didn't have to slide the thing, you know? It behaved like ol' buttons, to select an option just click it, and the animation instead of been a pressing button was a slider..





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  • tvachon
    Jan 8, 04:58 PM
    Could it be possible to get an RSS just for this page? So we can instantly know when it is up?





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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 26, 09:37 AM
    Oh please don't be so smart. What you say means to lose the pixel density of Retina Display. Would you want that?

    Considering the treshold is 300 PPI for "Retina" at 12 inches of distance and that the iPhone 4 has 326 PPI at 3.5", yes I say we can afford to lose a few PPI for a bigger screen. In the end, it will still be "Retina" (as in you can't distinguish individual pixels at a normal viewing distance).

    Anyway, it's not like a screen being "Retina" or not has any effect on a developer. If both screens are 960x640, the developer has nothing to change with his code or art at all. It will all work, no matter the actual screen size. What does being a developer even have to do with losing some PPI ? Nothing. Nothing at all.





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  • hob
    Jan 9, 04:14 PM
    Sorry. I put my foot in it. Twice. Please accept my deepest apologies. I really didn't mean to ruin this for anyone. Sorry.





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  • err404
    May 2, 10:06 AM
    I hope performance in gps accuracy isn t affected by it...

    Accuracy, no. Time to lock, maybe slightly when traveling (more so in areas with spotty data coverage).





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  • roocka
    Apr 5, 03:52 PM
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    Is Larry Page retarded? Seriously? Have you heard him speak? I think he is retarded!





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  • CalBoy
    Apr 14, 08:43 PM
    I do actually know the difference between causal and correlational relationships.... :D

    I will stand by my hypothesis that something that the TSA is doing is working to make hijackings less likely to happen in the USA.....

    Just because hijackings are down doesn't mean that TSA is actually working. Since 9/11 we've had a guy who got c4 into his shoe, another who lit his underwear on fire, and countless TSA tests have shown guns and other weapons make it through without much trouble.

    Our attempts at security are at best as good as Lisa's rock, and at worst much worse because they not only slow down travellers, curtail individual dignity, and cost billions, but also breed distrust and adversarial stances from the public that is supposed to be served.





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  • SSDGUY
    Sep 28, 07:33 PM
    WTH? Whoever wrote this clearly doesn't have any idea about what has been going on in architecture in, oh, the past 150 years. I met Peter Bohlin last year and we got to talking about his design strategies. He's been doing similar work throughout his career, even before BCJ (then Bohlin Powell) was founded in 1965. Check out Japanese architecture from the past 1,500 years.

    As an architecture major and architectural history minor I find this comment to be Jobs-worship. Thinking that nobody else could come up with the concept of a simple and sophisticated design is just asinine.

    My rant aside, I love the floor plan and can't wait to see some elevations/perspectives. Go BCJ!

    Also, on a side note, BCJ is the firm that designed Bill Gates' house...

    Exactly. Modern architecture has been about all of these ideals for years.





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  • allpar
    Apr 29, 03:45 PM
    Great news. Now if only they'd kept Rosetta, I'd upgrade happily. As it is... I'm going to have to stay stuck in Snow Leopard.





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  • inkswamp
    Oct 2, 04:01 PM
    You'd expect Jobs would have some sympathy for the guy, what with his phreaking days before Apple.

    How do you know he doesn't? Back then, he wasn't a CEO responsible for a company's success and having to answer to board members and shareholders. He has other responsibilities. I love how famous people get every little detail of their lives held up as a an "a ha!" kind of thing for every move they make. The stuff he did when he was younger is sort of not relevant anymore, is it?

    ATM, Apple is making its money on the hardware device, so this really shouldn't hurt their profits too much, even if it does hurt the Store.

    You're exactly right. To me, the refusal to license FairPlay is the single most puzzling thing about Apple right now. With one move, they could have potentially hundreds of content providers wrapped around their finger in the same way MS had so many PC vendors wrapped around theirs in the past two decades. They could lock down the market for many, many years if they did it right. (BTW, I don't advocate that kind of thing, but they could do it and most companies would jump at the chance.) The iTunes music store would probably disappear or gradually fade away but then, Apple doesn't make the bulk of their money off that anyway and perhaps the FairPlay licensing money would cover that loss. Think of the iPod with hundreds of licensed content providers out there trying to outdo each other. I can't imagine why Apple hasn't done it yet.





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  • miles01110
    Apr 24, 06:29 AM
    Has there been any word from the higher-ups on why this feature was implemented now after years of asking and for seemingly no good reason?





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  • Ommid
    Apr 25, 01:11 PM
    Define ftw? :apple:

    For the win...





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  • iJohnHenry
    Apr 27, 05:28 PM
    Only if they are walking around naked. There are still going to be stalls right?

    Right.

    Eyes were made for looking, so men look. Sorry.

    But I bet if an unwelcome advance were made in a unisex washroom, any male with balls would come forward, and make life more complicated for the insurgent.

    I know I would.





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  • *LTD*
    Apr 10, 07:37 AM
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    PS... Still got the silly giggles from thinking about the upcoming MS App store. :D:p:eek::p
    You do know that Windows had an App Store before OS X, but it got axed due to it being badly implemented which resulted in lack of custom? All they are doing there is returning and improving one of their own features, not copying Apple.

    You kinda proved her point, rb.





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  • ortuno2k
    Jan 13, 01:10 AM
    I really want a new 20" Apple Display.
    That's all for now...





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  • optimo
    Apr 26, 09:38 AM
    notice the row of 'page pips' just above the dock. The 'Spotlight' pip is missing, lending credence that this is the 'prototype' device shown in the earlier videos demonstrating an Expose-like multitasking interface which has assumed the spotlight search facility. =p





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  • stephanos180
    Apr 15, 12:59 PM
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    I call BS on this, Johnnie Ive wouldn't make a non rounded design like that, the lines are too harsh.

    I agree. Also, they wouldn't've made the Apple logo so small.





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  • sushi
    Oct 10, 08:43 PM
    Well if they do launch it so soon, it probably won't replace the current iPods, but be a new highend model.
    This would make sense.

    To get a decent sized HD, wireless, good battery life, it may need to be bigger. Also, I would think folks would prefer a larger screen than the current iPod size.





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  • akadmon
    Nov 23, 11:31 PM
    Alright! Looks like I'm getting up early tomorrow, like around 10 ;)





    RedTomato
    Mar 28, 01:22 PM
    I'm not a legal expert at all but I would think that since the Xbox can only connect with connect360 if you have access to both systems (xbox360 and the mac) then that should be evidence enough?

    You might well be right, but good luck trying to explain anything novel and technical to the police if it doesn't involve war-driving or hasn't been featured in the tabloids.

    With the best will in the world, it may also be hard for them to accept your word for it in this matter without independent certified experts or a pre-existing writeup in their manual.

    Wait 10 years, then try again, and you'll have a new generation of young coppers who all played with xbox when they were kids and will understand you perfectly.





    ifjake
    Oct 17, 11:38 AM
    no but the risk is marginal that a disk dies in 10 years.
    of course you shouldn't play frisbee with them ;)

    I was always under the impression that if you wanted to save something for that long your best bet would be to use some kind of tape archival system.

    Anyone who owns a video camera and uses it will have way more then 30 to 50 GB of data. Mini DV camera make 12Gb of data per hour. If you own a DSLR and shoot in RAW format the image files are on order of 10MB each. My music colection is 50GB.

    This is the kind of user I'm interested in hearing the opinion of, the professional creative user. What do people do now that HD-DVDs and Blu-ray discs would so graciously replace?

    I've always thought external hard drives would work fine, especially now that you can make SATA connections externally. You work from the external drive, when you're done you take it with you, no need to wait to burn. As far as backing up goes, that's just going to take a long time no matter which way you do it (unless it's like that Time Machine stuff, which is always going on, and uses a hard drive), and for me, I'd rather back up a whole drive at a time, which would require more space than a disc would provide.





    Music-Man
    Sep 12, 07:33 AM
    For those who a little confused about Disney.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disney#Motion_pictures





    JRM PowerPod
    Sep 12, 08:01 AM
    i have two tutes tomorrow and lecture plus i have a 10hr shift, im going to sleep, wake me up when something happens 555-2121. Enjoy

    I predict

    Movie Store (US only)
    New iPod (fullscreen)
    New iPod nano

    One more thing will be two more things
    iPhone
    iSharemoviestomyTV





    WildCowboy
    Apr 29, 04:04 PM
    Thanks for the feedback on the preferences for the scrollbars, folks...I removed it from the article.



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