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  • Siemova
    Jan 15, 02:47 PM
    Great post Avatar74. I agree 100%.

    Same here! Before coming to this thread, I just finished posting something very similar, only not as well-put. ^_^

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  • jessica.
    Jan 10, 07:24 PM
    Should they be banned? Yes.

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  • paul4339
    Mar 28, 06:51 PM
    makes no difference if it's an Mac Appstore design award or just Apple design award, they'll just choose the winner from the Appstore.

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  • Branskins
    Apr 29, 05:59 PM
    Considering the Finder, where a slider had 3+ options to select, the user would eventually get frustrated. They could have kept it and added the same blue colour to the text or option being selected.

    Why do we assume that the person using it is an idiot? What was so confusing about it? It takes two seconds to get use to it.

    I think inverted scrolling has the potential to confuse people more and is probably harder to get use to.


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  • NiteWaves77
    Jan 13, 04:23 AM
    I'll log on just to laugh myself silly when I read the threads created by n00bs saying "Why didn't Apple release so-and-so" and "I hate apple, im leaving them foreverz!!!11111!"

    It's sad, really (And slightly disturbing)

    I would love nothing more than for almost everyone in these forums to "leave Apple" and never darken these hallways again. Unless they're cute. Then they should shut-up and sit on my lap. (That goes for the GUYS, too.)

    I have another prediction to add to my list: with great fanfare and circumstance, they commemorate Woz's contributions to Apple and the industry by dipping him in gold and bolting him to the lawn of the main Apple campus. We'll no longer have to hear about how wonderful he is, how he single handedly invented the personal computer industry, cured cancer, and makes a hell of a deviled ham sandwich.

    There's something in the air, indeed: the scent of the unbathed bloggers at the MacWorld keynote, wondering why the traditional press doesn't respect them while they're dressed as college students after a beer bong party in the basement of the Physics building. Sheezus.

    Gosh, this is better than Christmas. :D

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  • snowmentality
    Mar 30, 12:35 PM
    I'm not surprised, but I don't like it.

    One of the things I like most about the Mac is the amount of well-designed, affordable third-party applications available. On Windows my choices seemed to be either a) crappy and free or b) usable and expensive ($100+). I've bought a ton of software for the Mac that cost $20-30 and is beautiful.

    The Mac App Store is fine as an option -- there really are users who would otherwise never even know about apps that didn't come with their machine, for whom a curated, controlled list of easily-installed apps opens up their world. It's a great way to do a list of recommended or highlighted apps -- sort of a nicer http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/. But it can't be the only option, not with the restrictions and fees it entails.

    I'm okay with a "walled garden" for my phone. I don't want to tinker with my phone, I just want to use it. But I do sometimes need and want to tinker with things on my MBP, in order to do the real, heavy-duty work I need to do. And Apple has a lot of OS X users like me -- professionals in creative, scientific, or engineering fields whose work requires them to tinker. Hell, how would anyone even develop applications if OS X became an iOS-style walled garden?

    For these reasons, I think it's awfully short-sighted of Apple to restrict design awards to apps in the App Store. Some applications with great design just won't be suitable for the App Store, because they're more niche or developer-oriented. Apple should still recognize good design and development for those applications.

    I get that this might be a temporary thing to promote the App Store, since it's new. I hope that's all it's about.


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  • hulugu
    May 5, 01:24 PM
    Any law that tells a physician what they can and can't ask a patient, or who they must treat despite their own personal views - is stupid.

    I agree.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 22, 07:00 PM
    Google at least only stores the last 50 cell towers and 200 wifi compared to Apple which keeps all of it locally.

    What exactly (specifically) is your worry?


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  • baryon
    Apr 7, 09:08 AM
    If Windows 8 doesn't have something as simple as Spaces or multiple desktops, then it's an inferior OS.

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  • parenthesis
    Oct 3, 06:30 PM
    I'm thinking about buying someone one of the "Photo Day" passes as a gift. Any ideas if it's worth the $250?

    (e.g. has anyone gone to a similar event, and was it worth it)


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  • MattyMac
    Sep 12, 07:36 AM
    Oh man Oh man Oh man

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  • Veri
    Oct 1, 05:44 AM
    That house was a dilapidated piece of junk with little "history". The local conservationists and planning authorities had to raise hell about something to justify their existence.

    BTW - there are not that many large plots in the area. Steve earned the money - he bought the property - get the clods out of the way.

    The US had and has no concept of allodial title for private persons. Neither does the State of California. There appears to be a revisionist movement in the US when it comes to the history of property rights, physical and intellectual.


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  • nli10@mac.com
    Jan 9, 06:24 PM
    i'm 1:40 in - only one glistch and it ironed itself out.

    Full Screen QT FTW :)

    & I love all the stuff so far. :D


    Just finished - felt shorter than the 1:56 running time. Glad I waited for video - as we all knew it makes everything much clearer. Keep trying on those links if you can't get it - as Europe sleeps they will onloy get faster - night!

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  • Stella
    Mar 16, 08:55 AM
    LTD blurb:
    The entire industry is one big Apple "fanboi", bud. What Apple does, everyone else moves to copy or get it on. My "bubble" is the entire tech industry where it concerns the average user.

    This is nonsence. If the average user was interested in just Apple, then why are Apple on a lesser market share for pretty much... everything but MP3 players? How come Android is proving more popular?


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  • balamw
    Apr 27, 05:32 PM
    One favor, I'm not answering more quiz questions, I get your point.. I still need to learn more fundamentals.. I get it, just please contribute with the thread to find solutions or not.. (there are many Professional Forums).

    You clearly have not read the two articles I linked back in post #20 http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=12467980&postcount=20.

    You don't "get it".

    The "quiz questions" are necessary because we don't know what it is you know or think you know. We can't read your mind. This is how information is exchanged and we can come to the appropriate level or explanation to be able to help you. It can also help you find the answer yourself by talking through it.

    Helping you help yourself is the best way we know how to contribute to the thread.

    We've all been there, even the hard-core pros. Sometimes you just can't see the answer that is right in front of your eyes until you try explaining it so someone else.

    Please answer this question which I posed earlier in the thread. What books, sites, videos, etc... have you been using to get you to this point and what additional resources are you looking to delve into next.

    Given the things it is clear you don't understand, picking the right resources to use to learn the fundamentals you are missing is quite important.

    EDIT: Finally, just a comment, PhoneyDeveloper pointed out that you had a parallel thread on the Apple Discussion forums. JMHO, but that's poor netiquette and is a waste of both your time and ours. At least link the two conversations, so folks don't end up repeating what someone else said on the other forum. Even just to say "someone over at the Apple Discussion Fourms (link) suggested ..."


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  • Torrijos
    Jul 21, 04:55 PM
    Even if Rim, Palm, etc. exhibit the same antenna problems as the iPhone 4, Apple is acting like a cry baby by trying to shift the discussion to include their competitors. �Teacher, the other kids are being bad too, don�t punish me alone�.

    Actually it was the competitors that tried to use the antenna problems as a selling point and as propaganda.

    So the lot of them are fair game...

    As for bloggers that just wanted to troll the issue to drive their numbers up the presentation (and answers that followed) were pretty much Jobs telling them to try and get a journalist degree and get their facts straight, and who could blame him?

    Since the iPhone 4 as started shipping we've had the antenna problem that has being described as if the phone could simply not be used (numbers debunked that) without real investigation, fake Jobs e-mail, fake reports of an engineer warnings etc.

    If it wasn't for anandtech this all would be a complete disaster. The way different technology sites reported the story is just pathetic.


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  • citizenzen
    May 4, 09:02 PM
    Sure, and I could easily find stats for deaths caused by automobiles and speeding.

    While I'm with you on the speeding, let's take a look at deaths caused by automobiles.

    44,128 [2007 WISQARS (http://webappa.cdc.gov/sasweb/ncipc/mortrate10_sy.html)]

    So for every 4 people that die due to motor vehicles, 3 die due to firearms.

    Did you know that?

    It's especially frightening when you consider the utility motor vehicles bring to our lives. They not only get us to work, they deliver our goods across the country. Motor vehicles are an integral part of our everyday lives. They get us to the grocery store, the soccer field and haul massive amounts of material across the nation.

    Guns, if stored properly, sit locked away in a cabinet, rarely seeing the light of day.

    Yet they kill nearly as many people as all motor vehicles.

    Is that insane?

    Yeah. That's what I've been trying to tell you.

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  • quigleybc
    Sep 9, 06:49 PM
    I'm not ashasmed that our country was unprepared to deal with this

    i am.

    The blame will go straight to the top. Straight to George. He should have cut short his vacation on the ranch and been on a plane on day 1. This arguement will go around and around in circles, but look, people could have been saved if the administration had not cut funds to FEMA and redirected them to the war in Iraq. There were multiple interviews before the hurricane with people saying that the levy's would not hold if the hurricane hit hard. If Bill could get impeached because he got head, then is it unreasonable to hold George acountable for this? Am I the only one who feels this way?

    guess so. This is my opinion, and I am entitled to it.

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  • sarge
    Oct 19, 05:37 PM
    Right now, we have a 2k sqft vault lined end to end w/rolling racks filled w/tape and have effectively run out of room for anything else. That represents 10 years of 24/7 programming. Now imagine archives that are 50 - 100 years old and you've got serious issues to contend with. Our whole operation is going to move to tapeless in the next 5 years. If I go out now and shoot native 720/24P on my HVX, one hour of footage costs me 32G's worth of drive space. 24x32=768Gigs per day!!! For me, those drives cannot come fast enough.

    Also, all those films that are coming out on DVD now were made from 35mm prints which allows for the beautiful image quality you're getting on your home theatre. This is why we need a digital format with enough integrity to move into the future with.

    I second that 4:4:4 color space!

    Sep 12, 07:51 AM
    What time does it start GMT?

    Apr 29, 04:19 PM
    Holy ****. Ical looks so f gross.

    Apr 11, 09:28 PM


    Jan 16, 12:47 AM
    1. No new iphone....just software updates

    You didn't seriously expect Apple to realease a new iPhone today (after it went through years of development and has only been on the market for 6 months) did you? A new one is coming this year, just keep your pants on :)

    Clive At Five
    Oct 3, 12:55 PM
    Here are my predictions (hold on to your pocket-protectors):

    Steve will enter the stage, the crowd will go wild, and he'll work on quieting them with lines such as, "I'd like to get started; we have a lot of great products I'd like to show you..." He'll proceed to talk about iTunes, the iPod, the iTS, so on and so forth, talk about OS X's user base, maybe touch on Leopard. He'll release TelePort (iTV), iWork & iLife as is expected, and finally, after he's done with the usual rambling about how great Apple is, he'll say "We've talked about some great products. We've talked about Mac OS X, we've talked about how to bring iTunes content into your living room... but I wanna talk about one more thing..." and dazzle us with an update to .Mac .

    We'll all proceed to connect to MacRumors and complain about how ****** stupid Apple is, yet continue buy every new release of anything they've ever produced.

    You know it's true. ;)

    Okay, really? TelePort, iWork, iLife, and either the true Video iPod or the PhonePod but not both. If they haven't been updated before the x-mas buying season, MPBs.


    [Edit:] Fixed spelling and grammar errors. Made myself look good. No content was changed.

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