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  • a Smart Disco Ball.

  • kicko
    Apr 19, 01:16 PM
    try seesmic

    also a brand new tweetdeck has been promised to be ready soon.

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  • foshizzle
    Jul 10, 09:30 PM
    i'll be there, whichever one has the shortest line at 7 am.

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  • Sparkling disco ball on blue

  • alacava
    Oct 19, 08:06 AM
    Count me in.

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  • looks like a disco ball,

  • Brian Live
    Oct 18, 11:14 AM
    Other than getting to meet some other mac geeks, has anyone heard anything in regards to what (if any) specials the Apple Stores have planned for this event?

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  • Disco Ball

  • ravenvii
    Jun 24, 09:28 PM
    I need a Firewire/IEEE 1394 cable, 6-pin to 6-pin. Doesn't matter what brand.

    Let me know if you have one you're willing to sell. I need one pretty soon.


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  • iStudentUK
    Jan 10, 03:45 AM
    In the UK, you are contracted to the retailer you bought it from. They are responsible for the product for six years. We have good laws in place to protect the consumer. I find it hard to understand why people never use their rights under laws such as the Sales of Goods Act.

    A warranty is an insurance policy. Apple Care in the UK is not a policy from Apple, but a third party insurance company that they are contracted with. Can't remember the name of the company.

    Apple are pretty good at repairing out of guarantee/Apple Care products, even when these times have lapsed. Had a power supply and logic board in my 4 year old iMac replaced for free. Sales of Goods Act is your best friend. :)

    Whilst I always love to see people using the Sale of Goods Act to get what they deserve, can I make one small correction to avoid confusion?

    The SOGA can offer protection for up to 6 years, but not automatically. The goods should be of "satisfactory quality" and this does not mean everything should last 6 years. The question the judge asks is- how long would the 'reasonable man' expect this item to last? For an iPad easily 2 years (Apple offer Applecare that long) maybe 3 if you are lucky. I don't think an iPad should be expected to last 6 years though.

    Remember almost everything you buy is subject to SOGA, and I can't ask my local stationers to replace my black biro after 5 years if it stops working!

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  • Chip NoVaMac
    Jan 13, 07:22 PM
    Go test drive a Camry/Malibu/Accord to find out what that feels like. :o

    If it is anything like my Subaru Baja... then I already know LOL

    I have to admit I always thought the Fahrvergn�gen thing was a bit silly, but it did position the VWs as "different", something the new Jetta and Passat are emphatically not. They are intentionally more the same.

    Never understood that ad campaign - till my ex and I bought our VW's. Me the New Beetle and him the Cabrio just months apart. That was a very happy salesman that day! LOL

    In the end it was just how fun the Cabrio was fun to drive that made me jump to the New Beetle. Reliability was the reason I dumped my New Beetle... made in Mexico. While the ex's Cabrio was made in Germany with no major problems. Go figure....

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  • Vector disco ball iPhone

  • zacman
    Mar 25, 05:39 PM
    Why not? The USA for example has only 4 million miles of roads. A car with driver + passenger + some decent equipment should be able to map say 10 miles per hour, at a cost of $50 per hour.

    That's exactly what OpenStreetMap does. I know that it isn't widely used within the US (as most American hate OpenSource because it hurts the industry, see Firefox for instance: 70% marketshare in Europe, almost none in the US) but for example in some countries and parts of Europe OSM is much better than Nateq or Teleatlas maps as OSM users basically track *everything*, even the smallest trails which is just great for hiking or mountainbiking.

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  • 2011 Smart Disco Ball Image

  • MacMaro
    Oct 22, 01:35 AM
    Hi there,
    Didi any body heared about the iPhone GSM from Apple.

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  • Elan0204
    Aug 13, 07:46 PM
    I don't miss the happy mac, but I think that is a great avatar. Excellent use of animation, and incorporation of the 1,000,000.

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  • gspannu
    Mar 30, 05:59 PM
    Breaking news: Apple have just released Mac OS X Lion Developer Preview 2.

    Downloading as I write...

    Read more here (http://www.macrumors.com/2011/03/30/apple-releases-mac-os-x-lion-developer-preview-2/)

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  • jackc
    Oct 31, 12:45 PM
    Do you really think there is a limit to how much storage people want? People would rather shuffle more songs than less.

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  • qbaser
    Apr 22, 10:09 AM
    I've been using an A4tech wireless 2.4ghz mouse (G6-70D), and its been working fine. Now all of a sudden it's frozen, although the little dongle light still lights up when i move the mouse, even the the pointer doesnt move.

    Ive rebooted but no joy. The a4tech website doesnt actually say there is a mac driver but it has been working fine for a few days, now just stopped?

    Any ideas?


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  • Out the Disco Ball Dress

  • iParis
    Sep 5, 04:01 PM
    Nice and clean at the moment :D


    That's the default iPad wallpaper? May I have the original?

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  • Create a sparkling Disco Ball

  • Medium Rare
    Feb 21, 03:16 PM
    Anyone have an email address to send a request for the addition of a radio station to iTunes ?

    Thanks in advance

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  • Chip NoVaMac
    Sep 26, 01:00 PM
    If you're 47 you were ~23years old when AIDS hit the headlines. When did your 'youth' end? Oh and I'm pretty sure herpes was about, but it shows how bad sex education either state or parental must've been back then!

    It is a matter of historical perspective. Remember Reagan never fully acknowledged the true scope of the of the AIDS epidemic. By some accounts "youth" ends at 25. By popular literature this is the age that we have the "knowledge". "experience", and "wisdom" to make "informed" decisions.

    Given the "knowledge" over the years. why do you think that a musical like "Rent", could even hope o make it it the movies in November?

    Again it seems society differs between the US and many other places. I could legally drink in restaurants with my parents and I think it's legal to drink from 16years when you're having a meal with at least one person over 18years at the discretion of the restaurant although most won't serve to protect their own license.

    I am old enough to remember being able to drink at 18. Some studies I have seen over the years have cast doubt as the effectiveness of 18 being the drinking age.

    For if you are of age to raise a gun, then you should be the age to raise a pint.

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  • sdsvtdriver
    Jun 19, 01:11 PM
    curious if there was a line here....

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  • Smart, smart disco ball,

  • Hawkeye411
    Mar 27, 06:47 PM
    Really? But if you dont pay, what if you get a negative?

    No ... a seller can't leave a negative for a purchaser. The worse he can do is file a non-payment complaint. You need a few of these before Ebay will do anything to you....

    Lets have some fun!! Lets start a bidding war and get this sucker up to $10,000,000!!! LMAO!!!

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  • Consultant
    Apr 4, 10:00 AM
    That's fricken lame. Bad greedy carrier.

    Dec 7, 06:41 AM
    My Christmas wallpaper.

    hi is there a larger size for my 27in imac as i had one exactly like this but i accidentally lost my wallpaper folder and i cant find this light blue christmas wallpaper i had ! if you know any light blue christmas wallpapers like this, please link. I cant remember where i got my old light blue christmas wallpaper, i think it was from wallbase but ive searched and cant find it. Please help

    Al Coholic
    Apr 1, 03:19 PM
    Reading through this thread, I was wondering how many people defending the iPad are actually aware of its inherent shortcomings for professional users , and have actually used programs like Photoshop .

    The iPad was never meant to be used by professionals, it is not compatible with pro apps and devices on a basic level, like colour spaces, connectivity, file import/export, tethering, to name a few .

    As it's been pointed out before, finger gestures are a crutch, not an enhancement, just like they were since the introduction of trackpads .

    SJ called the iPad a post-PC computer - nothing could be further from the truth.
    It might help to develop better input devices in the future, but right now Apple doesn't seem to be part of it, aiming their products at a retro oriented crowd which is merely asking for simplification, instead of progress.

    ^This. Well stated.

    I live in Lightroom and Photoshop. (I literally earn my living with them).

    i do believe the "pros" are missing the point here though. photoshop can be very useful to a lot of people right now.

    We don't care about how useful the iPad is to "other" people. Good for them. The iPad is a consumer device designed for the general consuming public and always will be. It will never replace the tools "imaging specialists" need.

    The argument seems to be that I need to adopt the iPad and adapt to its shortcomings for my field while waiting for current technology to be included in subsequent versions. And as a pro, if I don't then I'll be left in the dust.


    The problem is a lot of people want the iPad to be more than it is. I fully understand it's one of those devices that leaves you begging for more but at the end of the day� it's just a tablet with all the inherent shortcomings associated with it's weak features and intended market.

    It's really that simple.

    you don't always have access or want to carry the 15 pound camera bag, the 5 pound laptop and the wacom tablet.

    Then these people aren't pros. This is what we do. I would sooner shed some weight elsewhere than use a silly-assed iPad instead a laptop with 1 TB of disk storage, SD slot, the CPU to handle multiple loads in PhotoShop, burn the occasional proofs to DVD for a client, etc... And not to mention, the ability to tether with my cameras to the laptop should I need to.

    Apr 7, 02:33 PM
    Don't forget also Star Trek Strategic Ops:


    Guy had the sit-down one local for $750 in perfect condition - wow, sold it in under 1/2 hour... :eek:

    The upright version of this one that was at my university's arcade got many a quarter from me. "Entering Sector 1... Point... 2." :D

    I would have bought the sit-down one for that price, too. Some collectors would have paid more, just to get a working vector CRT.

    Oct 3, 09:43 PM
    To recap all the comments above...
    Pretty muc everyone who actually had to *use* Notes for work hates it.
    The only people who seem to be praising it are the ones who are paid to maintain it. Notice how the Notes fanbois refer to it as a "product", "platform", "solution", etc - and yet provide not a single example where the features of the client itself would make the user more happy and productive.
    Yes, I said the word: User!
    It's the users that matter most.
    And Notes client makes any user miserable.
    It is slow, it uses non-standard interface elements, and it has a really steep learning curve (even for the 'engineer' types). I am not a big fan of Outlook, but even Outlook is light years ahead of Notes.
    As for the Domino server itself... That thing is just as bad as the client.
    Its raison d'etre seems to be simplification of development process.
    And it might have made (some limited) sense in 1995.
    Not anymore.
    Everything, and I mean everything, that you can do with Domino, you can do with Ruby, PHP/MySQL/PostgreSQL, WebObjects, or Java.
    You can do it in less time, using highly visual dev environments. You can also easily collaborate on the development process, and systematically create concise documentation. The finished product will run fast and solid, and it won't depend on proprietary (terrible) client software. You will just need a web browser.
    Domino, on the other hand, is pure garbage. I remember working in a 20 person company back in '00 where we had a Domino server running on a dual 500MHz PIII server with 2 gigs of RAM - very expensive at the time. It was very hard on the poor machine. It was choking. And the only three things the server was used for were email, very basic scheduling, and a billable hour tracking app. Not that that server is any speed demon by modern standards... But a non-Domino system having the same functionality would not have created any measurable load on the server at all with only 20 users. Did I also mention the server was less than stable? And I still remember how SP6 for NT completely brought the damn thing down... Ouch.

    Apr 28, 07:37 AM
    I'm an Apple fan, but the truth has to be told: a) 3.5" is TOO small to be practical. I have a Motorola DEFY with a 3.7" display, and even then, the on screen keyboard is not large enough in portrait mode, at least 4 to 4.3" is vital. A larger display is also easier on the eyes when reading lengthy texts. b) Lack of camera shutter release is a major and idiotic decision. You cannot take self portraits, further it is not possible to simply pick up the phone (as you can with some Android and even WP7 handsets) and press the camera button to fire up the camera and shoot away without needing to hit an icon on the 'desktop' first. c) Lack of standard MicroUSB port means having to rely on Apple cabling - forget the cable and you're hosed if no one else has one. d) Call quality is not good enough for serious use due to the design flaws. Yes, it may be a superb gaming and multimedia phone, but I know many people with iPhones and have owned a 3GS, and when talking to them, the call quality is not as good as other brands, further, they lose signal more easily. (Here in the UK.) e) Reliance on iTunes is another hindrance. You feel chained to your main computer. With an Android phone, you are liberated.

    Again, I'm an Apple fan, I have an iPad and desktop Macs, but the design flaws in all iPhone models have made that platform too much of a liability.

    Let's hope iPhone 5 features ThunderBolt, a larger display, a dedicated camera shutter release and that iOS 5 removes iTunes from the equation.

    Consumers are getting savvy thanks to the enlightenment (and lower cost) that Android delivers. Google are keeping Apple in check, and that's good for us consumers!

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