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  • justflie
    Nov 21, 04:36 PM
    If they can get it to work, engineers around the world will love them forever. Heat is always such a huge waste in any machinery, from computers to pumps to anything. The cost and environmental savings would be great if this tech (or something like it) can be effectively applied over a broad range of machinery!

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  • firestarter
    May 3, 05:30 AM
    The effect of terrorists to the West is enormously magnified by our reaction to them. How many Western deaths have been caused through terrorism in the last 15 years. 5000? Probably less than 200 in the last 5 years.

    How many soldiers have been killed in subsequent wars? Over 7000 (
    How many civilians have been killed in these wars? 100s of thousands.
    And how much are we spending on this? What is the 'opportunity cost' of that lost cash - which could have been spent on health care/research/education?

    I think we need to learn to ignore the 'short game' of small terrorist outrages and instead concentrate on the 'long game', which the West is undoubtably winning.

    Terrorists represent a tiny proportion of radicals, that bubble to the surface of large populations of unhappy, poor and repressed people. Those underlying populations are changing though... all across North Africa and the Arab world people are mobilising to gain democracy, spurred on by the slow liberalising Western influence of open communication technologies and culture. This 'long game' political change is MUCH more significant than OBL's death.

    Take away the unhappy cultures that breed terrorists won't completely remove risk - but it will make terrorism more the action of criminals, and less of a 'clash of cultures'. Smart Western political leadership would sell terrorist outrages as 'random acts of criminal radicals' not 'we must go to war with the axis of evil'.

    All Obama has to do is decide whether he can afford to stop propping up the US military industrial complex.

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  • countrydweller
    Dec 28, 09:24 AM
    Why all the complaining? If this is a move to increase the quality of service in NYC, isn't this a good move till they upgrade their towers? If it's truly because of fraud, that's understandable. AT&T should be truthful about reasons for their actions, maybe they have been.

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  • Geckotek
    Apr 14, 01:11 PM
    LOL I feel the same way...oh..wait a sec.

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  • yorkshire
    Dec 16, 03:53 PM
    This is absolutely pointless and I'm sick of hearing about it. I wouldn't be surprised if it was Sony who started the campaign. Think about it. If you didn't like the X Factor song, you wouldn't buy it. But now there is this silly campaign to buy the RATM song for all the people who hate the X Factor song. Sony wins in either case.

    And the reason the X Factor song is usually number one is because, well, the X Factor is popular.

    These campaigns are stupid and pointless.


    It's not about making Sony lose out. Most of the people buying the single realise that either way, Sony benefits. Yes, Cowell will benefit slightly as he has shares in Sony, but he won't benefit nearly as much as he would if X Factor was number 1. I think it's just that people are fed up of X Factor dominating the charts year after year, and they want to see something new. Myself, I don't mind the RATM song, yes if it was my choice I'd have picked another, but anything is better than the cheesy manufactured pop that comes from Reality TV singing competitions.

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  • toddybody
    Apr 5, 09:09 AM
    Well, this is confusing.

    Last year Macrumors posters told me in no uncertain terms that CR is always wrong.

    So how am I supposed to take this news?

    Same thought. Why cant people just (I know this sounds crazy) listen to CR when they make factually based reviews (i.e., iPhone 4 antenna design CAN lead to dropped calls). I hate this blind bias some folks have on here.

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  • susannahyork
    Sep 26, 02:11 AM
    they came in something called a frypod. This was at burger king.

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  • Mattaut
    Dec 18, 03:52 PM
    I really can't understand why everyone is so caught up in what song will be No. I seriously don't understand you people. I love RATM and I hate Simon Cowell, but I'm probably not gonna buy RATMs song just to make them No. 1, cause who really gives a flying ****......

    Why can't everyone just get along and enjoy their own music??

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  • kas23
    May 2, 08:32 PM
    Wait! I thought CRs had it in for Apple? I don't get it?

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  • Eraserhead
    Jun 13, 01:48 PM
    I've emptied both and

    The former doesn't have an equivalent in any other category, and the latter wasn't being used very effectively.

    Of course if it looks like they'd be useful they can be re-added at a later stage.

    Now I'm going to re-add articles to the Guides category as required and we should then be done apart from a small number of articles with no obvious category in Old Categories itself.

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  • Mousse
    Mar 31, 05:55 PM
    $8.08 per US gallon for regular unleaded where I live.

    I when to France once before. I remember the cheapest gas had an octane rating of 95 or so, the next level up was 98 octane. I'm assuming that regular in the UK is around 95 octane as well? That tops what get. Our gas starts at 87 octane and tops out at 93 octane for so called premium (about $0.40 per gallon more than regular where I'm at).

    Anyhow, judging by how our gas is priced, it's about 2x what we pay here in the States. You win some (having better cars), you lose some (higher priced gas).

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  • Fukui
    Apr 3, 07:13 PM
    I'd LOVE to see Ruby support in TextEdit for Tiger!

    EDIT: Oops, wandering off-topic again...

    Ruby support should definitely be in an update of Pages.
    I'm sure your not the only one.

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  • Adidas Addict
    Apr 19, 10:22 AM
    I don't think this is real. If this was a "prototype" why would it have XX GB on the back. None of the OEM iPhone 4's have any storage indication markings on the outside. So why would the XX be on the case?

    If you ask me, its customized with aftermarket white glass (that you can buy from china, in white, pink, blue, black, green, etc).

    In fact, after looking closer at the video. The back of the case appears to be a shiny or clear-coat plastic, and not glass. Furthermore, there appears to be a separation or gap along the bottom edge of the phone on the back of the device. Supporting that it is a poor seal from an aftermarket replacement of a black iphone 4's glass with a replica white piece. Such a gap would NOT exist if this was released by apple or exist in a prototype.

    Prototype iPhones do have XX denoting the storage space. The 64GB prototypes for sale in Mongkok have the XX on the back too. Wouldn't surprise me if the same supplier of the dozen or so black ones in the wild also slipped this outa Shenzen foxconn.

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  • Huntn
    Mar 11, 06:14 PM
    I would have a difficult time spending money at Home Depot, the thought of founder Bernie Marcus just creeps me out.

    Maybe I should educate myself. What is the scoop? Where I used to live in Minnesota I shopped at Menards. In Houston mostly it's Lowes or HD.

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 8, 11:35 AM
    You'll get no argument from me. I blame all of them. See my earlier post.

    The real absurdity is that, by and large, the pols who got us into this are the ones we are relying on getting us out.

    I say its time we overthrow the republicans and democrats and start a party which is ANTI-CORPORATIONS and is for the people and by the people.. Who's with me?

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  • Psilocybin
    Apr 23, 12:17 PM
    :eek: You're joking right?

    I have always gamed on laptops - M17x, M11x, MBP, VAIO Z... list goes on and on. Add the Air to that list now. The 320M is a very capable chip and it can play many modern games at medium settings smoothly.

    The way you describe laptop chipsets makes you sound like you've only ever tried laptop gaming with a GMA500 :p

    i have gamed on laptops my whole life...i have no idea where you get the idea that you cannot game on laptops...what do you think the alienware line is for?

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  • leekohler
    May 3, 10:53 AM
    We have and will continue to have universal healthcare. We have and will continue to have a pension system and hopefully the conservatives can patch it up so that it will there for me when I retire as a supplement/backup for my RRSPs.

    You go on and believe that if you want. You have no idea the damage conservatives can and will do, but you're about to find out. Get out the lube, you're gonna need it.

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  • Squadleader
    Apr 8, 05:40 PM
    Or just, uh.... not smart?

    Trying to kill planned parenthood = less birth control available = more abortions.

    That's just common sense. I know they're all about abstinence being the best option but come on!

    It's not the only option. Jees. :rolleyes:

    How dumb can a party/movement be? Are they just refusing to think more than the one superficially thin layer of preventing Planned Parenthood providing abortions? Is that what they think PP just does?

    I'm so confused.

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  • ct77
    Apr 12, 08:25 PM
    I used Pages to produce some documentation for my day job.

    I found Pages easy to pick up, and the end result of my work has turned more than a few heads at the office.

    So much so, that we're probably going to purchase a Mac mini + Pages to be a dedicated writing machine. :D

    This, as opposed to purchasing a single license for Adobe InDesign, which at $699 USD, is actually more expensive.

    Oct 24, 12:55 PM
    Out of interest, does anyone know anything about a special offer on Macs bought on Friday, because I seem to remember reading that there was a 10% discount on all Macs bought on the day that Tiger was released? Has anyone heard about anything like this?

    Apr 15, 12:39 PM
    no you don't, exchange 2003 and later supports push email like blackberries and no need for pop/imap. and it's probably more supported than using zimbra on the iphone.

    it's relative cost. almost everyone uses exchange. if zimbra wants the market they need to price themselves very low or offer killer features MS doesn't. how do you even back up zimbra since exchange has agents available from every major backup application allowing you to do online backups

    Feb 25, 01:28 AM
    Throughout the attempts to lay blame on parents, there is a bogus assumption that the 15 minute password time extension is obvious and/or that parental restriction ability is known or easy to use.

    Millions of people buy the iPhone because it's supposed to be "intuitive" and NOT require reading a manual or spending time researching every Settings menu. (Just look at all the fanboys claiming Android is "harder" because it has more options.)

    Not only are in-app restrictions buried in Settings where it's not quick to get to, but worse: in typical Apple iOS fashion there's no way to set a purchase option per app... it's only a global setting.

    Since Apple is quick to refund such mistaken in-app purchases, even they have tacitly acknowledged that there is a problem.

    So it's likely that a change will be made. If you were an Apple developer given the task to fix the problem, what would you do?

    Oct 12, 08:45 AM
    wonder if we might see dedicated graphics for mbs now....:rolleyes:

    NO? cos that would make it a MBP

    Sep 22, 03:24 PM
    Originally posted by MacCoaster
    Maybe it was Apple and Microsoft (Windows 98) who popularized USB, but you've got to realize this. PCs have had USB a few years before Apple. It wasn't until iMac/Windows 98 (note, same year: 1998) that USB got popular.

    I'm glad there's someone who remembers that. I find it amazing that so many Mac fanatics are so out of tune with the rest of the world that they never even realized that Win98 came out at the same time and is why USB is where it is. You don't see Apple making claims that they were first or created the USB market. People need to get out more so to speak.

    Remember folks Intel developed USB. It was on motherboards for previous years. It was destined to happen. They just needed MS to develop a decent OS to handle it(Win95 2.1 only had partial USB support) and products to take advantage of it. Developers came onboard once they saw MS get onboard with Win98. You wouldn't have seen the iMac USB support you saw if it wasn't for Win98.

    Sorry to go off on a tangent but I get tired of people making false claims with misinformation. Remember folks being a fanatic is ok but know your enemy. ;)

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