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  • darkplanets
    Mar 4, 10:19 PM
    It's much more than "biochemical pathways" and the habitual firing of familiar neurons. The aspects of psychological dependence that affect spirit, identity, and will can be debilitating and are often the most difficult things to change.

    Here's where I respectfully background is a little different from your own, however I fully understand where you're coming from as a counselor. It is sometimes easy to separate out chemical vs psychological, especially for argument and treatments sake, but it is important to remember that it all reduces down to chemical interactions; emotions, "spirit," thought, identity... everything. Though much of these interactions are not well understood yet, in time they will, and the treatments for those will become much more advanced, and changing them will become far easier, for better or for worse. So in short, yes, I still do believe that it is all biochemical pathways and the habitual firing of neurons-- the complexity of thought and what the initial origins are often are forgotten, especially in light of a lack of complete understanding.

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  • YoNeX
    Nov 4, 11:01 PM
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    So yeah.

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  • saving107
    Apr 14, 12:38 PM
    Well... is "faster" a feature?

    It was when iOS 4.3 was released, it wasn't labeled as a bug fix to make Safari faster, it was a bullet point.

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  • notjustjay
    Apr 26, 12:42 PM
    Oh look smart remarks without substance must be a fanboy. :p

    It's not a smart remark, it's truth. You can stream your own media to yourself with a DIY solution but it will cost you for (a) the hard drives which are storing your media, (b) the upload bandwidth consumed by your home server, (c) the hydro costs of keeping your server running 24/7, and (d) the time it takes for any setup and maintenance.

    Obviously many people have no problem paying these "costs" and would prefer them over a hard cash outlay (even $20/year), but that doesn't mean these costs don't exist and shouldn't be factored into the value proposition.

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  • IJ Reilly
    Jul 21, 11:20 AM
    I've been teaching Mac courses at a local junior college, and have found that quite a few of my students are new/returning Mac users. I think Apple has quite a bit of potential to grow the Mac's market share, particularly from the latter group -- people who abandoned the Mac during the dark days of the '90s, but are now prepared to take another look. On the pro side, I believe market share will probably continue to stagnate for some months to come, until the mission-critical applications are all dual-binary. I think we could be optimistically be looking at 5.5 - 6.0% market share by this time next year, depending on how well the launch of 10.5 goes, and how much thunder is taken away by Vista.

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  • iStudentUK
    May 3, 07:35 AM
    But the UK and US stores are still down for me! Is somewhere up yet?

    EDIT- ok, the iMac page is up.

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  • DeathChill
    Apr 23, 08:44 PM
    9 To 5 Mac's discovery is quite interesting as it shows that this is a recent and updated iPhone with an A5, rather then an old iPhone 4. Maybe the new iPhone 5 will bring some more carriers for the Americans, help slow the loss to Android?

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  • TuffLuffJimmy
    Mar 3, 07:34 PM
    This thread made me puke a little in my mouth. The people in this thread who use a person's life as their own entertainment constantly commenting on his every move. Not surprising it's the same people who post the same inane judgements on just about every other celebrity.

    Now about that briefcase full of cocaine... :p

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  • Warbrain
    Apr 28, 06:03 PM
    I really dont get how people are not seeing this in the photo...its blatantly obvious that its bigger. Take a look at my 'digitally enhanced' (HA!) version:

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    You're joking, right?

    This is THE most retarded thread EVER hahaha

    This. But it lends itself to a lot of dirty jokes.

    Jesus christ the world will end.

    May 21st if you believe the fools.

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  • ThunderSkunk
    Apr 22, 05:41 PM
    Yea that'd be real cool if it were possible, but eh... anyone who's paid any attention to how much work they said they had to do to squeeze everything into the iphone4, while maximizing the internal space to do it... they'd have to make the entire phone as a single Integrated Circuit and fill the rest of that space with battery. At that point, I can't imagine why they'd bother with black bars on top & bottom, & not just put the cam below a 50% reflective spot the display, the speaker out a small forward facing slot in the aluminum, and have the entire surface of the phone be display. ...which will probably happen eventually, though seems a long way off.

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  • VPrime
    May 3, 08:25 AM
    Great, the Canadian pricing is finally on par with the US pricing. Awesome news. I just wish I was ordering now, will have to wait a few weeks.....

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  • applefanDrew
    Apr 23, 07:20 PM
    As an Apple fan, I'm glad to hear this. I'd love for iPhone to get on all 4 networks in the U.S. Apple's profits go up and millions more people get access to a great device. I would love to see iPhone 5 in September get released on all networks in the U.S. :apple:

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  • lgreenberg
    Apr 28, 04:29 PM
    Apple shouldn't be aloud to state the thickness as being the same as the black iPhone. If they can't even fit into some cases then it's just yet another issue apple has to amend. Honestly, with all the QC issues and delays in the past do they just purposely not tackle issues that surely a competant R&D faculty would inevitably find?

    I agree - if this does turn out to be in fact the truth Apple has some explaining to do.

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  • trule
    Jan 30, 05:09 PM
    I understand the theory of what you say, that gold has intrinsic value. However, the theory has never been tested in a true crisis. Trust me, if everything went bankrupt (stocks, bonds, t-bills, banks, etc.), then gold will be of little value as well. The ONLY thing of true value under those circumstances will be food and those things that can be used to barter for food (gold would have some value in that case, but so would a box of ammunition) The fact that someone paid $1000 or $2000 an ounce for gold before a crisis will mean nothing. It will be worth only as much as someone is capable of paying, and that will be very little.

    The last run-up in the price of gold in the 80s was met with a rapid drop less than two years later to the $350 range, which is where gold sat for almost twenty years. While I have no idea how much more it will increase in value over the short term, the problem is that when the fall comes it will be quite rapid.

    The biggest difference I see between gold and stocks is that one is based on negative gloom/doom thinking, and the other is based on positive/growth thinking. I have little to no interest in investing in gloom/doom, and history is the reason why. Periods of negative thinking tend to be short-lived.

    I can only suggest you look at the history of other nations, it happens quite often that complete economic systems collapse. Try Mexico, Argentina, Germany or any war torn nation. In these nations those with gold maintained their wealth, those without had to start from scratch.

    Its insurance, just in case...for example when all the things I listed happen at once like they are in the USA right now.

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  • solafide
    Apr 29, 03:19 PM
    Gain market share for Amazon. Like last year when they sold MP3 albums at a loss.

    Apple has proven that market share does not = profitability. I think Apple's focus is right.

    I don't see how market share helps Amazon, in this case, if they are losing money on it and have no off-setting profit generated by the loss.

    Also, I wonder when this comes into effect. I was just at the Amazon store and most the music I looked at was at $1.29 or $.99 a song - I only saw one $.69 song. Of course, my tastes don't trend toward a lot of pop.

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  • Some_Big_Spoon
    Dec 3, 11:34 AM
    No one has it seems. There's reports of a few people running the beta, but it seems isolated. I think it was a release in name only. Hopefully we'll see something around MW in Jan? Who knows.

    Has anyone been getting updates at all from VMware? I sent in my request for Discussion Forums (a while back), but haven't gotten access.

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  • iDrinkKoolAid
    Jul 10, 12:22 PM
    Really? I love the whole Inspector idea and the side toolbar in Word type thing.

    Well, I guess these kinds of things are preferential. Perhaps I'm more used to Micro$oft Office toolbars.

    Anyhow, I find myself using Pages more often. I'll just tell my boss to buy a Mac Mini if he wants to read my documents. :D

    If Apple does come out with a spreadsheet, it better be more usable than what one can get currently on Pages. One major omission is that one cannot create a graph directly from a table (you have to 'cut and paste').

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  • roland.g
    Apr 13, 02:12 PM
    The one thing that Apple TV is missing an actual TV could incorporate in the bezel is a FaceTime/Skype Camera. There are TVs on the market, marketing Skype integration, albeit with ugly bar mounted top cameras instead of integrated ones, but that is what we need for home video chats with relatives.

    But really just add a FaceTime app to the Apple TV 2, and then either an integrated camera, or a micro-USB webcam using the Apple TV 2 USB port.

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  • Umbongo
    May 3, 08:02 AM
    How can it be TFT and IPS?!! That makes no sense quite honestly... Pish Posh...

    It doesn't make sense to you because you don't understand the technology.

    Jul 11, 02:35 PM
    So with the windows media center out they would be idiots to not convert it to a format for their player. This means Mac Media Center out this fall hopefully. :D

    Jul 24, 03:49 PM
    Hopefully with the introduction of this mouse, Apple will reduce the price of the current Mighty Mouse. Considering the MM is Apple's cheapest mouse, $50 is too much IMO.

    Following past Apple price trends, the wireless MM should be double the price of the wired version. Unless Apple drops the price of the current mouse, I do not believe there will be a large enough price difference between the wired and wireless models. ...or Apple could charge $100. :rolleyes:

    But I won't be buying no matter what the price is. The battery life on my current Apple BT mouse is already bad enough. I'd hate to see the battery life on this mouse.
    Apr 14, 07:41 AM
    Apple II

    Newton X (which means you could use a pen also)


    Oct 22, 01:10 AM

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    Which one is better?
    Nothing else really.

    I bought the same chair from the for under $200. It should be here tomorrow. Also bought an iPad 32GB. Should be here next week. I think I'm good for my wishlist for now.

    Edit: I stand corrected. Just played with the Magic Trackpad. Now I want one. Going to pick one up within a week or two.

    Apr 28, 11:44 AM
    Yes, the iPhone does compete against Android. The last time I went into a AT&T or Verizon store, this was obvious. To say that the iPhone does not compete against Android is silly.

    Last I checked, the iPhone was a handset and the Android was an operating system. Still want to keep comparing the two? Or are you just intentionally doing this to make your point sound valid?

    (lincolntran beat me to it lol)
    (Edit again: and PghLondon... haha well a third time's a charm)

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