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  • dantastic
    Apr 12, 02:25 AM
    You could not rely on that, no.

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    Apr 11, 03:14 PM
    I wish! 185k Brazilian. 118k USD.

    I was just kidding though. If I ever had 120k to spend on a car, it wouldn't be a Chevrolet, I guarantee that. :D

    Am I missing something? You can get a new one for like 23k

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  • Wingnut330
    Jun 22, 07:33 AM

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  • Philalbe
    Mar 20, 09:02 AM
    The larger projects are the ones you make your money on. Little jobs sometimes hardly warrant all the time in initial consultation, doing quotes, invoices, possibly banking cheques and other admin. So don't necessarily turn down good work, but just make sure you're setting your prices, not him. Charge him for every minute of author's corrections too, and make sure that's written on the quote that he signs to accept the job.

    Oh, and I forgot to say before, if you do decide to take on any more work from him, make sure you get paid for these jobs first! He could be a non-payer, and then you'll really know what a nightmare client is all about!

    Hi. Thanks for the advice. I definitely won't lift a finger towards another job until he pays for this one. I made sure he paid up for the logo before I started the site concept. Overall the guy gives me bad vibes. My other clients are always happy with the end result and we interact civilly. If this guy talks down to me one more, I'll politely cut him loose. Who needs the headache. :) Thanks again!

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  • quigleybc
    Jul 26, 06:13 PM

    Soon this will be standard, until then, I will be lurking and drooling

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  • kalsta
    Mar 20, 12:35 PM
    Don't send out resumes. Put together a portfolio and arrange a meeting.

    Ah, you beat me to it citizenzen. At least we have similar ideas on this topic!

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  • PaRaGoNViCtiM
    Sep 16, 12:09 PM
    You could buy the "iPak". It comes with 2 cases, one for your iPod, and one for your accessories. TIP: They sell them at TJMaxx and Marshalls for cheap!!!!! Buy them there!!!!!

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  • rdowns
    Mar 2, 04:54 PM
    @fivepoint- How about showing a little respect for the viewers of this thread and use TIMG tags on your images?

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  • Schizoid
    Apr 7, 05:44 AM
    To get that much storage you would need 1,000,000,000,000 Mac Mini Servers which costed at full retail is 70x the US national debt.

    Apple's 500,000 sq ft data centre usuing Doctor Q's 10 fot of usuable vertical space could hold 104,088,861 not accounting for heat dissapation cabling storage racks etc. Therefore you would need 9,607 data centres of the size of apple's current (which was rumored to cost $1billion). However that is a storage facility literally filled with no walking space between the racks or anything like that so a sensible suggestion would be to double that.

    The total size of this project would be 9,607,000,000 sq ft or 344 sq miles. Turks and Caicos Islands ( happens to 366 sq miles, although to allow for expansion, shipping port/airport and power plants and other ancilallry buildings such as worker housing, supermarket and such I would suggest that Hong Kong with an area of 426 sq miles is a good place to start. Although given the high population of Hong Kong it isn't an ideal place to build such a facility, therefore the Faroe Islands with a size of 538 miles might be the first sensible place to wipe out. Alternatively you could just dump it in Texas/Alaska as they have plenty of land spare. Alaska would give you natural cooling which would be a bonus over Texas although can you image the series of Ice Road truckers, "In this haul is 100,000 Mac Minis."

    All in all to go for something like large with some as inappropriate as a Mac Mini is a costly and ultimately bonkers idea.

    Fingers crossed that the sums are correct.

    Good work! I've just double checked your figures and they are accurate (ahem)

    I suppose the original question should have been, "What have Apple got in there?"

    Maybe Steve Jobs has another hobby going, a new Xserve!

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  • jrko
    Apr 6, 07:34 AM
    Wow - it really is that simple :eek:

    I LOVE apple.

    Temps are up as I mounted 2 drives in the caddie under the 5.25 enclosure. Up to about 50deg.

    The sata cards & HD's pump out some heat as well. Figure I might add another fan in the top of the case like this to expel the extra heat.

    The heat sink could maybe made more efficient. For class A amplifiers with fins running horizontally one trick is to drill holes through the fins vertically thus creating extra surface area (sides of holes) to make up for the loss in material and a chimney effect as the heat can rise through the holes. That or cut into the fins towards the base, again creating more surface area and chimney effect

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  • Waragainstsleep
    Feb 21, 04:08 AM
    Unless you are in the UK in which case its a large fee.

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  • MacBandit
    Nov 10, 12:58 PM
    Having a free trial doesn't make it a free app, and crippled software is just that. No big deal, was just pointing out the title of the thread.

    In my mind it's still free. No it's not freeware but you can use it and get some productivity out of it even if it's only for a limited time. Thus free.

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  • mdriftmeyer
    Mar 23, 12:34 PM
    They were both my colleagues and Craig is the perfect man to fill Bertrand's shoes.

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  • Tom G.
    Jun 16, 09:31 PM
    I live in Champaign near Parkland College. Do you think that 4am is a bit early? What time do they open?

    Tom G.

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  • Super20
    Dec 17, 09:16 AM
    I have a black apple pro mouse. Works fine. Just don't use it. Other than some dust, it looks and performs like new. Price is $10 shipped. I'll even dust it off for you.

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  • AP_piano295
    May 6, 03:56 PM
    No offence, but if you have two simultaneous positions which are in conflict, you need to make a choice. :)

    Again I have one position my position is that voluntarily using violence if another option is available (and they're is almost always another option available) is wrong. Always.

    I just get annoyed that American's are willing to define other nations military engagements as "illegal". But everything we do is legal just bla bla bla etc.

    Claiming that torture is ok because a few terrorist killed 3000 American's must by logical extension mean that it's ok to torture Americans since we have since killed hundreds of thousands of others (most of them quite innocent of any crime) :rolleyes:.

    I'm tired of double standards.

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  • SPEEDwithJJ
    Apr 5, 11:51 AM
    Lamborghini Aventador :)

    Turn your speakers up and skip to 1:50

    HOT! :eek: If only I could afford to buy one! LOL! :p

    However, I will search for one of these in a 1:18 diecast model. At least, I can afford that! :D

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  • mytran80
    Mar 31, 03:34 AM
    Can I ask why? Better signal With AT&T ? Or is it the plan pricing?

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  • steadysignal
    Apr 6, 12:34 PM
    This is torture... I just wish Apple would send out invitations for another event and tell us themselves what it is that we will be seeing. Please, Apple?

    it really matters that much to you? is it that big of a deal?

    Apr 7, 05:07 PM
    How on earth would you play Defender on an iPad? Even with the iCade, it doesn't have enough buttons, does it?


    The 2600 version of it was a poor excuse for a port, mostly because all you had was the joystick and single button.

    Oct 6, 09:57 AM
    I'm sorry to say that "class=title" is not structure either. It may look structured to you in the code (especially compared to "class=blue"), but it has no meaning as far as content structure goes. You should be using the headings tags (H1, H2, etc) and then apply styles to those tags.

    Unless you're using <h1 class="title">, in which case I'll have to say "redundant". ;-)

    There are other places you might use class="title", eg. in a form such as the form you type replies to posts in. It has a 'Title:' input field. I just meant class="title" as an example of semantic design.

    Dec 2, 01:18 AM
    Will be using this one until Christmas.


    Feb 11, 01:16 AM
    Was moved to get back into DC recently after a long absence. Not adding anything too significant, but I still like contributing. (note that only the first two are actually mine, the rest I just have access to)

    -MBP 13" 2.53 C2D (my main computer, gets used for lots of other things including video work so it's not exactly a rapid contributor right now)

    -AMD X2 64 4600+ [2.4] (my 6 year old pc in a Shuttle chassis, haven't gotten around to building a new one yet, only has a 7900 series gpu so no gpu folding unfortunately)

    -i7 iMac (the quad core sleeper)

    -base i3 iMac

    I also have access to two 2.0 C2D MacBooks but they probably aren't worth utilizing because of their sporadic use patterns combined with their relatively low speed.

    I also have a PS3 which I would use if it was possible for it to fold in the background while playing games, watching movies, etc. But apparently that's not possible.

    As far as a new PC goes, I'm torn between spending money on the PC or [more money] on a new 15" MBP whenever the next gen comes out.

    Also I feel like I came up with a rather ingenious idea for keeping track of all of the computers' progress (from anywhere). I used a combination InCrease and Dropbox. All of the computers have Dropbox installed on them, and each computer except for the main one has a separate folder all of its own in the Dropbox folder where F@H lives for that machine. These folders are then added to InCrease for monitoring. That way whenever the log file or queue file or whatever is updated, it's immediately synced to the main computer and shows up in InCrease. That way even if I'm traveling and I want to check and see what the boxen are doing at home, I can. And it's all seamless. I'm actually pretty proud of myself for having the idea haha :)

    Oct 10, 04:53 PM
    ...and if you already have an image tied to that person, it will overwrite it with their twitter pic

    I don't care for that at all either. In fact, I would like to have it the other way- it shows my contact pic INSTEAD OF a tweeter's picture if I have one. It just replaced my sister's picture with the blank Twitter icon. Not cool.

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