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  • mplaisance
    Apr 20, 05:13 PM
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    Cheaper does not always win!! Don't insult consumers:)

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  • Mondays
    Oct 10, 09:57 AM

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  • Applegal
    Feb 19, 12:32 PM
    I am a big Lost fan and I made this is image in Pixelmator!

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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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  • Full of Win
    Apr 27, 12:49 PM
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    This tracking stuff is all the Apple haters fault. All the non-iPhone owners are the one's making a big deal about it. Can't wait to buy a white iPhone tomorrow so Apple can track 2 phones I own.

    We iPhone and 3G iPad owners are plenty upset by this as well.

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  • franmatt80
    Apr 1, 03:16 AM
    Hi there,

    I use Documents to Go premium for this. You can also see tracked changes.

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  • forcesteeler
    Apr 28, 07:32 AM
    It usually comes early, i have not gotten payment

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  • King Cobra
    Aug 20, 08:15 PM
    Ah, s***. I just reread rule number 6 for the contest. Oh, well. If the mods are forced to choose between my static avatar and my million avatar, use my static one.

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  • fxtech
    Apr 29, 07:45 AM
    it is more company like Samgsung have huge patent porfolios that they never really use unless they get sued and that is when they go looking threw it and saw Hmm "Apple is suing me what can I nail them on" Apple is currently starting to piss people off so they are going to start going threw their patents and hitting back.

    Don't know why you were modded down you're absolutely correct. This is the way the system works.

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  • Lakers
    Apr 12, 04:30 PM
    Anyone? :D

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  • Gibsonsoup
    Feb 3, 01:01 PM
    here's mine for this month. or at least until I get bored by it ;)

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  • Glial
    Apr 6, 02:10 PM
    So you can get a 1TB hard drive for $80.... 12,000 of those.... not that big of an expenditure tbf.

    1TB Fiber Channel , 15K RPM SAS drives or SSD are much more expensive. You don't really use desktop harddrives in a SAN.

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  • vniow
    Dec 23, 07:00 PM
    I'm a switcher of two types.
    Read on.

    I've been a PC owner and builder ever since I built up a 233Mhz Cyrix from scratch years ago. It's been upgraded a few times and I've been satisfied with it up to now.

    But then I saw the Cube.

    For some reason I developed a little obsession over that cute little computer and attempted to learn all I could about it.

    One thing led to another and before you knew it, I was deep in Apple-land and I didn't even realize it.
    At that time I had Win98 on my PC and it was notoriously crash happy. I then read about MS's latest OS (XP) which was supposed to be a lot more stable so I got it.
    And then my eyes were opened.

    I never liked the idea of activation so I spend many wasted hours trying (and succeding) to crack it.
    It ended up being a very reliable and stable OS, but as time went on, I learned more and more about MS's policies and became more uncomfortable with the idea of using one of their products daily.

    So I decided to check out Linux.

    After many failed attempts at getting the most basic of things working under Mandrake 8.2, I ended up wiping it and going back to XP.

    A few months later a 300Mhz Blueberry iBook came up for sale right here on MR. I talked to my parents about it and they agreed that it would be a good investment to have when I move out. So I bought my first Mac! (still Cubeless)
    But I wasn't done with my PC yet.

    I had learned of this company called that was attempting to run Windows software on Linux. Interested, I looked up as much info as I could and decided to give it a shot after 2.0 was released.
    My CD arrived in the mail and I installed it on a seperate hard drive and gave it a whirl. It was still a bit unstable, but much more usable than Mandrake.

    I decided to wait until the final version came out to experiment with it again and I just got the 3.0 CDs in the mail a few days ago and I can now say I am on my way to becoming 100% MS free.

    If it weren't for a couple of niche things, I would competely wipe XP from my hard drive and happily use Lindows and OSX.

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  • mikeapple
    Mar 23, 09:21 AM
    As long as Steve and Johnny Ive stay... I'm not panicking ...Everything is going to be A O K ;););):cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:

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  • Doctor Q
    Aug 19, 12:53 PM
    Just imagine if your screensaver did that in full resolution!

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  • clayj
    Sep 24, 04:20 PM
    and if the girl isn't 18 yet, then it is rapeEr, not necessarily. Age of consent laws vary widely... in most jurisdictions, an 18-year-old and a 17-year-old can pretty much do whatever they want.

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  • marksman
    Apr 27, 01:10 PM
    It was funny to me when this started and people were talking about jailbreaking and making it so this file could not be written.

    People were actually willing to make their phones not work properly because of their ignorance and paranoia.

    By the way I missing the part were Jobs said this was an oversight on Apple's part. From the part quoted here, it essentially says, working as intended.

    Whether there was good intent or not, I'm just thankful I installed untrackerd from Cydia; it continuously wipes the location file. JB FTW!

    Speaking of the people I mentioned above... LOL. Seriously. You are impairing the functionality of your phone because you think ANYONE cares what cell towers you might have been near... In your case the ability to jailbreak is a bad thing.

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  • LoganT
    Oct 10, 02:17 PM
    Favorite UI feature is the refresh thing.

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  • tinman0
    Apr 30, 06:10 AM
    You dont seem to know how much pull Samsung has in the components arena do you?

    They are
    #1 in RAM Memory
    #2 in semiconductor LSI
    #1 in flat panel display
    #1 in rechargeable battery
    #2 in mobile phones over all
    #1 in NAND flash memory

    $8 billion to a company with revenue generation in excess of $140 billion is chunp change. That is around 4% of total revenue.

    Never sue your supplier when your supplier can turn around and gobble up other suppliers and increase the price for all OEM makers, but giving itself the cost effective goods, because it also itself is an OEM maker.

    Unlike Apple, who is just a customer, Samsung is BOTH a customer AND a supplier at the same time. Either way, they win.

    Quite recently, Samsung attempted to take over Sandisk, the NAND flash memory company. It wasnt successful due to some differences in price offers. That alone tells you that Samsung is willing to strangle hold the market even more than it already has. NAND flash market alone, Samsung has over 30 % of the market all to itself. For RAM memory, it close to 40%.

    Apple is barking up the wrong tree.

    As I said earlier, Samsung are contracted to supply parts, so Apple can do anything they want.

    And if Samsung stop providing parts, then they simply open the way for other fabs to take up the slack. And don't bet your bottom dollar that there are companies out there who want Apple's $$.

    If Samsung allows it's competition to gear up (eg build a few extra fabs), then the value of their parts will go down as the market gets opened up.

    Samsung need Apple more than Apple need Samsung.


    Ok, for the dim, here is the problem -

    Making parts is one thing, we can all make parts, we can all go into our garage and make a random widget. We can make hundreds of those widgets.

    But - here is the kicker -

    We need someone to buy those widgets.

    If no one buys the widgets, we can't make the widgets, and in this scenario Apple sell the widget to the end user. The game is with Apple, not the parts supplier.

    Jan 12, 09:27 PM
    Hmm, garbage. A bit strong, maybe? Chrysler has made its fair share of substandard autos too. Most versions of the Neon apart from the early twincams were pretty awful. The Avenger, Stratus, Sebring? Not so much. The Nitro? eek. The 300C/Charger is not so great with the V6 IMO, but equipped with the Hemi (provided you can handle the horrific fuel economy) it does a fair impression of a musclecar. The Challenger is retro done well, but is a niche vehicle.

    I would take the current Golf over any of Chrysler's smaller offerings.

    VW has had some nasty problems, especially in the electronics dept. I believe they are getting better, though I haven't seen any recent news on it. Fiat seems to have been a blessing for Chrysler. Based on some stuff I have read, it's amazing they didn't go bankrupt earlier. Daimler and Cerebus really just let them wither. I heard one story about the Fiat people being shocked at how little money they had been allocated for interior design while under Cerebus. Fiat seems to have corrected this, as the redesigned interiors in the 300, 200, and others are greatly improved. They still have a long way to go, as the 200 is little more than a facelifted Sebring, but it is still an improvement. The new 3.6L Pentastar V6 is also a very nice engine. They have come a long way in a short time, but Chrysler still has a long way to go.

    I agree that the new design is very bland. I think they know what they are doing. The car companies seem to believe that this type of design will sell the most cars in the U.S. The Hyundai Sonata is a slight break from this mold.

    Of course bland sells in the mid-size market. The Accord and Camry are the largest selling cars in the US.

    Mar 11, 03:24 PM
    I'm told there are about 100 people in line in Hingham.

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    Feb 18, 12:31 AM
    So there is/was a massive Solar Flare ( hitting us recently and at my parents house the lights started flickering around 6pm tonight (thursday, 02.17). Just now thought that that could have been because of this recent solar flare affecting the powergrid.

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