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  • cebritt
    Jan 27, 03:31 PM
    The old stock adage is, "Buy on rumor, sell on news."

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  • Harker
    Apr 24, 04:35 PM
    Oh please, get off your PC high horse for a second and come back to reality. Yeah, no one should get beat up and bullied. I'd also love for the world to be filled with rainbows and unicorns all the time too. However, if I walk around drunk in a bad part of town flashing a suitcase full of cash, well I shouldn't be shocked that I get robbed. I know people don't like to take personal responsibility for their actions these days and everyone's ready to sue someone else because nothing is ever their fault. But most reasonable people should realize that being drunk in the ghetto as a transgendered guy isn't the brightest idea.

    Not "the brightest idea"?

    What difference does it make exactly?

    Does it make her any less assaulted?

    Does it make a video of of her assault and outing any less all over the internet?

    Does it make the perpetrators justified?

    Does it make it OK that nobody properly intervened?

    But none of that is important really. You think she's stupid. You think expecting a basic level of human rights and dignity, that's the same as expecting the world to be filled with rainbows and unicorns all the time.

    Just dimiss it and carry on with your life.

    There's nothing you can change.

    Donating ( probably ( doesn't help.

    Writing to your ( representatives ( What's the point?

    Volunteering ( isn't an option.

    Letting McDonalds know ( your custom requires them to work to prevent this in the future, why bother?

    And, most pointless of all, developing your own understanding of trans issues, becoming a trans advocate and ally in your own life, and simply unreservedly condemning discrimination and violence against trans people without telling people how it is their own fault.. well, that's like rainbows and unicorns.

    The world is an awful place. And you have your own problems, we've all got our own problems. People should just be more careful. Less stupid.

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  • odedia
    Jan 27, 10:08 AM
    Apple's stock (APPL in NYSE) has plummeted $68 in the last 30 days (from $198 to $130 or 35%) does anyone know what has caused this? Curious...


    Yes, I know why: I bought the stock.

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  • AvSRoCkCO1067
    Jul 24, 03:29 PM
    I would have got the wireless keyboard/mouse set for my iMac if this was available at the time. Oh well. I'm considering switching to the Logitech Laser anyways. I get sick of the MM not recognizing right clicks.

    Half of them do, half of them don't. Mine recognizes right clickes 70% or so of the time - my friend's, on the other hand, is almost perfect.

    Either way, though, both of our scroll balls get stuck way too often - I agree with Doctor Q, that it would be nice to see an improvement in this area...

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  • bousozoku
    Jul 21, 08:18 PM
    is this 4.8% for the quarter or 4.8% total market share? if the former, nice, but no big deal; if the latter then very big deal.

    It's 4.8 % total market share for the quarter. ;)

    It's more than it was and so it is a big deal. However, what matters is sustained growth not incidental spikes. If they continue to grow, they will have mind share as well as market share, especially with companies like Sophos telling consumers to buy Macs to keep their information secure.

    Market share is an interesting figure anyway. It doesn't talk about the installed base, only about the very current sales figures.

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  • Sodner
    Apr 15, 10:12 AM
    Now although a white iPhone version does not appeal to me just as the white iPad did not, I'm pretty sure my wife would love to exchange her black iPhone for a white one.

    The release of this new color sure does concern me (as others have stated) as to the release of the iPhone 5. This has to spell doom for a summer release and possibly pushes it to the Christmas holiday time frame. :(

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  • AppleScruff1
    Apr 23, 12:18 PM
    You're reaching pretty hard there. Apple makes consumer electronics that I enjoy using everyday. They're creating new markets and innovating existing ones. I don't understand how you can think that enjoying that is a bad thing.

    I don't think that enjoying the products is a bad thing at all. I think I provide a good analogy. I never head a non investing bragging about how much money the electric company makes or how happy they were that their health insurance company had a record year. I just find it strange.

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  • johnnyjibbs
    Jun 6, 11:49 AM
    I believe that there has to be a "cooling off period" - at least here in the UK - after making a purchase at which point you are entitled by law to return the product. Normally that period is 7-14 days but individual stores may be even more lenient than that.

    Whether it is a mistake or not, I'm not sure that Apple can refuse a refund if it is a case of genuine mistake. And didn't Steve Jobs have that button he could press to remotely delete an app from someone's device anyway?

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  • guzhogi
    Jun 6, 10:38 AM
    There was a similar story a few months ago about the I am Rich app. Some people thought it was a joke so they bought not realizing it was real.

    As for wanting / not wanting kids. I don't know. Part of me would like kids one day. On the other hand, I'm afraid I'd mess them up.

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  • iliketyla
    Apr 14, 05:27 PM
    I saw one in the wild.

    Employee at an AT&T store in Charlotte, NC had one last week when I stopped in to purchase a car charger. He said they are probably going to be out soon, but mentioned that he is having problems with the proximity sensor. he said the screen display is staying on when he is on calls and that his cheek/ear are activating display controls. Could it be an issue with the bright white reflecting too much light into the sensor?

    Does a proximity sensor work off light? (Honest question, I'm ignorant)

    From personal experience with my own phone I thought it worked by doing exactly what the name implies, sensing when your face is close to the phone, not by determining how much light there is?

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  • Macaroony
    Mar 10, 07:10 PM
    When you think about it, it's kind of sad. He's not only ruining himself, he's also affecting the people he works for and with costing them tons of money, which he'll probably spend to get wasted some more, just because he's Charlie Sheen.

    Gloria Steinem said it so nicely; if he had an air force, he'd be Gaddafi.

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  • AlanAudio
    Jul 28, 08:02 AM
    When Microsoft claim that their investment might not pay off for five years, they're paving the way for failure. For the next two or three years, when pressed about the lack of profits, they can claim that the payoff will be in a couple of years from then. They won't have to actually admit that they've failed until after 2010. It's not dissimilar to Bill Gates claiming that there's an 80% chance of Vista shipping on time, it sounds positive, but few people believe it actually will ship in January. It's just paving the way for the next excuse.

    It's very important that Microsoft try very hard with Zune. They keep claiming that the iPod succeeded simply because of slick marketing, whereas everybody else knows that it succeeded by being an attractive proposition, combining style with ease of use. It was word-of-mouth publicity that really worked for the iPod. You can't buy that, it added massive value to the money that was spent on advertising.

    So here's Microsoft's opportunity to look at the last five years of the iPod, together with three years of iTMS, take it all in and apply their 'innovation', show us the ultimate product and then spend a fortune marketing it. There must be no doubt that Microsoft must be seen to throw everything into this project. Then Steve Jobs will be delighted to rise to the challenge and delight in humiliating Bill Gates.

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  • Corey Grandy
    Sep 12, 09:18 PM
    Best $400.00 anyone has ever spent.

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  • cocky jeremy
    Jun 6, 02:22 AM
    $1000 worth of a beating he'd get if i were his parent. Luckily for kids, i hate them and would never have one. Ever.

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  • roadbloc
    Mar 31, 01:25 PM
    Looks awful. I smell an april fool's joke from Apple.

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  • Kwill
    Apr 26, 05:49 PM
    Yeah while Apple realizes people want their mobile smartphone to be small and portable as that is a key part of the puzzle the rest of the industry is trying to duplicate this:

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    with a touch screen.

    I hear those big phones cause cancer.

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  • mdriftmeyer
    Apr 15, 04:35 PM
    Problem is the App Store. I don't think Apple thought about this in regards to the Mac App store having larger programs. Sure the iOS App store is easy....most apps are small.

    The latest patch to Aperture for example.....I bought through the App store....and it had to download 600+ MB as the whole app just to patch, whereas people who already had it got a delta update through Software Update.

    Here's hoping in Lion they merge the two least with Apple apps.


    Any serious shooter game or more is 600+ MB on the iPad.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Feb 1, 09:07 AM
    I was just curious, because it seems as if it is a "different" person posting. Perhaps in a day or two we'll see you posting how your little sister or mom got hold of your MacRumors account and posted all kind of weird stuff.

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  • Porchland
    Aug 15, 03:30 PM
    What's the next logical step in a computer interface? I used to say "Computer, show me the money" to open Quicken back in pre-OS X days. More of a gimmick than anything else, but imagine if the Finder and maybe even other apps became "speakable."

    Me: "Check mail"

    Computer: "You have nine new messages. Would you like me to read them?"

    Me: "No, thanks."

    (clicks on an email, reads message)

    Me: "Reply to this message"

    Computer: "Type or speak?

    Me: "Type"


    Me: "Computer, I'd like to add a photo of the kids to this email."

    Computer: "iphoto has 6,813 pictures of the kids, which one would you like?"

    Me: "One from the birthday party last week."

    Computer: (a strip from iphoto appears) "Here are 23 from last week. I've highlighted the one where your wife fixed the red eye. Is that the one you want?"

    Me: "Yes, that will be fine."

    Computer adds the picture to stationery in the email, other pictures go away.

    Me: "Send the email"

    Me: "...and order me a pizza."

    This kind of thing can't be too far off. A 75 mhz Performa could do it in a rudimentary way. Imagine what a modern Mac may be able to do. "Speakeasy" has a nice ring to it.

    I want mine to use the old-school Mac voice that Radiohead used in "Fitter Happier."

    Apr 3, 10:20 AM
    Another one from the shoot last week from the 15th floor at Canary Wharf. This one is really a testament to what you can do in Aperture: it looked nothing like this (but I am OK with that: for me it's about the end image)

    Oct 24, 08:32 AM
    802.11n pending firmware upgrade...
    Great -- that was my only holdout. Where did you see the info about 802.11n being included?

    May 3, 07:35 AM
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    May 2, 02:21 AM
    my fear is the democrats will try to use this a political gain and that is so very wrong both to the military and for this good event.

    It turns a great event into worthless BS. It was just luck of the draw that a Dem was in power when this happen and it was only a matter of time. I already am watching some people try to turn it into political gain and it makes me sick.

    Oh, like Bush didn't use 9/11 to get all of what he wanted done? 9/11 was a gift to Bush and he fully used it to full effect. If I were into crazy conspiracies I'd believe the rumor that he knew it was going to happen and did nothing. I mean after all it was a great way of encouraging us to get to Iraq where he really wanted to be (Funny how he quickly shifted his focus to Iraq). And also do stuff like introduce the Patriot Act all in the name of protecting us from the terrorists. Great, who is protecting us from our government and our own stupidity for letting the government do whatever they wanted in the name of protecting us from the terrorists (warrantless wiretapping anyone)? The terrorists won, we did exactly what they were hoping for.

    So now I gotta ask, now that we got him do we still have to be in the middle east? I thought that was the whole reason why we were in there in the first place. Secondly, can we get rid of the patriot act now and go back to wiretapping being illegal if you don't have a warrant?

    Oh wait, once government gets power over something, good luck taking it away. I just want to slap the Republicans now complaining about the powers given to the government from when they were in power now that the opposition is in power (what, did they expect that the government would only have those powers when the people they liked were in power? Though I'm betting they always thought the people they liked would be in control. And yes, I've seen people who were telling me why was I worried about warrantless wiretapping if I had nothing to hide and the government was only trying to protect us from the terrorists who then got all paranoid about what the government was doing once Obama came into power).

    ALL OF THEM will use this as validation or some type of proof that we need to "stay the course" on our un-winnable wars.

    If anything this will have just made our foreign policy situation worse. Get ready for the blowback, because this event definitely pissed off some extremists.


    This solves nothing. What would really solve something is getting to the roots of why they hate the US so much or why many of them are so easily manipulated into thinking we are the enemy.

    I'm not sure stuffing a corpse with candy is very hygienic. ;)

    Seriously, though, we're going to treat him like Hector? Like he was some great hero worthy of our wrath and opprobrium?

    I disagree, we should wrap him in an army blanket and bury Bin Laden in an unmarked grave; the man's had enough celebrity already.

    Agreed. I think that this is a much better way of treating him. It's far more insulting to just not even give him the dignity of a marked grave but treat him as a total nobody.

    Apr 26, 02:09 PM
    Could someone clarify this for me: Aren't hard drives too slow to make use of Thunderbolt anyway? In a typical USB 2.0 external hard drive, what is the bottleneck in speed: The speed at which the hard drive spins, or the USB 2.0 connection? If it's the USB, then why do people even care about the RPM of a drive? If it's the RPM, then isn't USB 2.0 fast enough to run a hard drive at its native speed?

    A faster HDD with a faster RPM will add to the speed. With USB 2.0 hard drives, USB 2.0 is the bottleneck. With USB 3.0 hard drives, it'll be the drives. For Thunderbolt, it will be the drives. Would be a while before we see any 10Gbps SSDs (hard drives will never be that fast), so USB 3.0 seems more practical for the time being.

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