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  • rdowns
    Mar 27, 08:43 AM
    And cut what?

    Medicare fraud
    Defense spending
    Reducing the ridiculous layers of federal, state and local government
    Corporate and farm subsidies
    Welfare fraud

    That's a good start.

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  • JAT
    Apr 13, 11:43 AM
    I read somewhere that for most users their local ISP's DNS servers are faster than some of the other options out there like Google's.

    I did some tests and it was definately true for me. I'm sure it's not true for everyone, but it's worth testing instead of blindly just changing.

    But most have nothing set up. I'm not exactly sure what that does, I think adds an extra step in querying the ISP. That always slows me down.

    And, of course, the other half can be an issue, too. People never talk about that except when they want to download a brand new firmware or something. I see "waiting for" plenty.

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  • revelated
    Apr 15, 12:41 AM
    Because Office 2010 uses MAPI. Its WebDAV that has gone away.

    It has NOTHING to do with protocol. If Windows Office uses MAPI, put MAPI in Mac Office. It's not rocket science. Point being - it CAN be done somehow. They choose not to do it because they are sabotaging Mac Office so it's always going to be inferior to the Windows version. Anyone who doesn't see that is, to use a term, a blindfolded stuck in the basement asleep Stevie Wonder.

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  • Bonds79
    May 4, 10:22 AM
    I think they're different frequencies.

    Edge and 3G on att use Same frequencies in the US:

    UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz);
    GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)

    CDMA model: CDMA EV-DO Rev. A (800, 1900 MHz)

    802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi (802.11n 2.4GHz only)

    Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR wireless technology

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  • twoodcc
    Oct 10, 08:56 AM
    It is a server and workstation version of the Intel Core 2 ( processor.

    see, you just proved me right ;)

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  • brucem91
    May 2, 04:05 PM
    I have been over to the website and I can't find where to download the beta. Can you send me a link to where it is?
    Do you have a beta key and a account? If so, under manage games, go to "Add Game", and paste in your beta key. Then under manage games, select SC 2 beta, and then it gives you an option to download the windows or mac client.

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  • maz-o
    Apr 12, 01:21 PM
    No matter how much you polish a turd, it's still a turd.
    Unless you're Mythbusters

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  • Flynnstone
    Apr 27, 01:50 PM
    Not sure, but have you checked "Grapher"? (part of OS X).

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  • Bill Gates
    Oct 29, 04:40 PM
    If it's a new 15.4" MacBook, there's a good chance it'll have dedicated graphics, otherwise what's the point? Apple certainly need more Macs with dedicated graphics in their consumer-priced range. Here's hoping!
    It's not going to happen. It would steal sales away from the MacBook Pro, and the cost would be minimal between the two.

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  • JadedBen
    Apr 5, 03:11 PM
    The Bose Sound dock 2 & TuneIn Radio app has been a winning combo for me.

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  • Tiauguinho
    Sep 19, 01:57 PM
    HEHEHEHE!!! That is great to see!!! Go PowerMac! Flame everything!

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  • rdowns
    Apr 14, 01:48 PM
    I guess we'll now hear Ballmer **** on data centers like he did the original iPhone. :D

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  • tyr2
    Sep 20, 04:58 PM
    I would say it still wouldn't work, as the OS X RAID implementation is software RAID. Hence, OS X has to boot to get the RAID array working.

    In the case of RAID 1 if it did work it might break the mirror (no big deal).

    Give it a shot. Worse case it won't work; shouldn't affect your data at all.

    Cheers for your comments Abulia, I thought I'd give it a go anyway but you're right it didn't work. I just get the flashing power light, a loud beep then the Mac startup chime and a normal boot up. Strange. Oh well will wait for a fix from Apple I guess.

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  • jayducharme
    Apr 21, 01:29 PM
    I'm hoping that what this will mean is that the new iPhone will be able to do everything the iPad 2 can now do -- especially screen mirroring.

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  • japanime
    Nov 11, 05:44 PM
    Ha! That guy totally calls it "iRife"!! I rewound it several times to be sure : )

    That's because there is no "L" sound in Japanese, and the "R" sound is what comes closest to the English "L" sound.

    Is there something funny about that?

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  • Mustafa
    Sep 25, 11:03 AM
    Looks like goodbye to iView Media Pro.

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  • leekohler
    May 3, 11:17 AM
    Being a conservative is not about having no social programs but rather it is about being fiscally responsible with tax payers money and spending on social programs that serve the majority of citizens and help promote a strong and healthy workforce. The workforce is the engine of the economy.

    Tax cuts are not a bad thing but they should only be done when the government is certain that the budget will be balanced or when they are needed for economic stimulus and they should be across the board or to people on the bottom end.

    That's exactly what our conservatives used to say. Many of them still do. Don't believe it for a second.

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  • redeye be
    Jun 2, 03:09 AM
    I first thought this whole Folding thing had to do with laundry.
    Once they've learnt enough i guess they would be able to use the knowledge in other fields of science, maybe even the cleaning sciences if you find this more important than the health aspect.

    So you were seriously interseted in a widget about folding laundry?
    :p :D ;)

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  • clintob
    Oct 27, 01:40 PM
    I really want .mac, but it's just not compelling enough.

    I keep my bookmarks sync'd between my Mac at home and my PC at work in Firefox with Foxmarks. Free extension.

    I use gmail and yahoo for webmail. 2+gb of storage each. I'm debating which to stick with for calendar. I can use gmail and sync ical to it right now. However someone is already starting a service ( will let you completely sync Google cal and ical by being able to make changes to both (effectively duplicating what .mac gives you)

    I could convert another gmail account into storage space with a plug in. Right now I use mediamax ( for 25gb of FREE storage.

    Flickr offers ways to publish right from iphoto for a very easy and free way to share photos online.

    So for me to cough up the dough, .mac needs more, much more.

    All of the above are compeltely valid points. However, there are two large weaknesses to this idea.

    First, you're assuming that .mac users want to use Firefox as their browser. Many of us believe strongly that Safari is a better browser. I don't use plugins or extensions - I want my browser clean, slick, and simple. I like my fonts to appear the way they're intended. I was my interface consistent with the rest of my Apps.

    Second, and more importantly, look at what you've done in each point. You've addressed each of .mac's features using a separate third party. Sure, you can duplicate any number of the features elsewhere. The reason .mac is useful is because it's all in one place. For many users, the idea of having to to Google for their Mail, Flickr for their photos, MediaMax for their storage, and all the while depend on third-party plugins to make it go round... it all just sounds like a headache. Sure, if you know what you're doing it works fine. But $8.25 a month really isn't that much for the simplicity and ease-of-use that .mac offers the average user.

    Sure, we'd all love to see .mac get better. And I'm sure in time it will, but let's stop hating on it so much. For the day-to-day user, .mac is a great tool, simple and easy to use, and really isn't all that expensive in the scheme of things. It's two latte's a month... big deal.

    Mar 11, 09:47 AM
    Have any problems getting down there with all the snow? Let us know when people start piling in... I just don't really want to stand in the snow for several hours.

    Apr 5, 09:59 AM
    I have used a Moto Xoom. Honeycomb requires you learn a new user interface. Instead of a nice seamless experience where you can get right in to using apps, you have to learn about the literally 3 or 4 different ways to trigger, dismiss, and access apps. If they're utilities, they're accessed one way. If they're apps, you've got an app menu and a desktop-style metaphor to try-- either works. It's confusing as hell. I mean, you can LEARN anything, but why would you want to.

    Bottom line-- a Xoom is $800, it's far less functional, and it's far more confusing to use.

    Mar 21, 07:20 PM
    Well shooting manual works for what I do. I doubt any sports photographers use anything other than Aperture Priority mode I would think.

    I'd never use Aperture Priority mode for sports. It has the potential for dropping the shutter speed to low. I only shoot sports (as well as everything else) in manual mode. I like having the control. If anything for sports I'd lock in a shutter speed.

    Zombii Matt
    Mar 31, 03:34 AM
    its about $4.03 in La Quinta, CA (Palm Springs area)

    Jun 10, 04:43 PM
    If T-mobile gets the iPhone maybe they will have better data plans than AT&T
    They already do. I've been on Tmo with my iPhone for 3 years now.

    Just unlock and go over. Or sit on your hands and wait for official.

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