Sunday, June 5, 2011

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  • MattSepeta
    Apr 14, 04:35 PM
    I don't really understand your confusion here: the government is essentially selling the taxpayer a bundle of services. If they lower the price, it costs them money. Surely that isn't so complicated?

    Terrible analogy.

    As soon as I can choose whether or not to buy the services your analogy becomes valid. That will be the day :rolleyes:

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  • KeithPratt
    Dec 22, 03:17 PM
    I don't follow Pop Factor, couldn't even name any previous winners.

    Have you really not heard of Leona Lewis? I'm always suspicious of people who wear this kind of statement as a badge of pride...

    people are computers


    if people are constantly being told that this music, is the new thing, then sooner or later they will buy it. rather then making music a personal choice, they buy what ever is on radio.

    I take your point, but it's not necessarily a bad thing for humanity that we share common tastes and interests.

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  • HBOC
    Mar 19, 06:27 PM
    I agree with most of what you say, except.... I don't get the "Shoot only Full Manual" advice that is heard here and in other places.

    If I have spent some $$ on a camera with a computer and a light meter, I figure I'm going to make it do at some of the work. The way I see it, I have a management job, and that is to decide what DoF and/or apparent motion I want to capture (composition) - and to ensure good exposure (quality control). The camera gets to do the grunt work of doing the calculations. It's the back-office.

    Generally I use Aperture Priority, and let the camera worry itself over the shutter speed. Though, being the suspicious boss type, I'm always checking over the Camera's work and watching the settings. That way I can step in and make changes if necessary.

    I figure I'm thinking through the cycle anyway. I like DoF control, so I generally start with Av. I observe the shutter speed - make sure I'm fast enough if I'm handholding, or perhaps I want to freeze or blur something. (Or if I'm on a tripod can I get away with triggering with a light finger or do I need to go to a timer or cable release).

    Then I observe the overall exposure. Do I need to adjust the +/- thingy?

    I guess it's the difference between :
    Think -> Look -> Think -> Make a Setting -> Push Button (Manual)
    Think -> Look -> Adjust if necessary -> Push Button (Av or Tv).

    Seems faster my way, and just as accurate. And maybe more accurate if I'm tired. ... but maybe I'm missing something?

    I'm really enjoying this whole thread..... :)

    Well shooting manual works for what I do. I doubt any sports photographers use anything other than Aperture Priority mode I would think.

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  • AppliedMicro
    Jun 21, 05:13 PM
    I think a lot of people in here are also looking over the fact that the card reader is on the USB bus.
    Where did you get that info from? :confused:

    I do not think it's on the USB bus. Evidence: while the card reader does not show up in USB tree in System Profiler whatsoever - even though other internal peripherals, namely Bluetooth controller & Infrared receiver do! - System Profiler provides two very interesting lines for the "card reader":

    "Link width: 1x
    Maximum speed*: 2.5 GT/s"

    This strongly suggests the card reader being connected via PCIe. So the speed may, in practical terms, not be limited by the bus at all. Time - and faster SD cards - should eventually tell how fast it can go.

    * or something alike. I cannot look it up right now as my currently booted OS doesn't recognize it at all.


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  • RobBookPro
    Apr 16, 12:29 AM
    This article led me to believe that the Army was after Apples's skills rather then their products. For example, creating intuitive platforms that do not require training.

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  • leekohler
    May 3, 10:45 AM
    I blame you Americans. Too much Housewives of Nebraska and The Apprentice.

    Oh, we definitely are part of the problem.


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  • Blueline29
    Aug 20, 09:59 AM
    I was interested in trying this out, but when I updated FB for iPhone it crashed and I haven't been able to get it working again since.

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  • louis Fashion
    Mar 27, 02:45 PM
    Typical of a company that has no business model right now; become a patent troll. Kind of a shame, Kodak used to be a great company, but they got left behind by the digital revolution.

    Hey if they win this one, they will make 1B this year!!!


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  • daygoKid19
    Apr 20, 11:16 PM
    is this a desktop or laptop?

    It is a desktop. i have also decided to throw my PS3 in the mix so it will be helping out at night.

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  • GoodWatch
    Apr 12, 03:04 PM
    WTF? Why does the MS Office updater force me to quit chrome ????

    Yes, that IS the end of the world of course.... :rolleyes:


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  • Simsonic
    Feb 21, 02:17 AM
    By the way...Steve Jobs has a rare form of Pancreatic Cancer, called Islet cell carcinoma. The 10 year survival rate is 32%. That is very good, especially with all the money and drive that Steve has. He looks like he is a man on chemo, not a man who is going to die. I say he lives till his 80's.

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  • joegolo
    Apr 1, 01:06 PM
    After cutting my cable TV 3 months ago I've been using Netflix and haven't looked back! I considered getting Hulu Plus, but didn't see the value in it. I barely even watch Hulu free anymore (all my free episodes are expiring to Plus now). Occasionally I can't find anything "good" to watch, but it's great for watching older TV shows in HD. Been burning through Arrested Development :D


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  • spicyapple
    Aug 14, 10:55 AM
    He was really good in Galaxy Quest. That's why when I saw him in the Apple ad, he looked strangely familiar. :)

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  • runeasgar
    Jan 6, 04:08 PM
    You obviously haven't been introduced to the evils of farmville and similar facebook apps.

    Does Farmville qualify as a wall post, to your wall?

    I don't think it does.


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  • TimDaddy
    Oct 6, 12:47 PM
    "There is no such thing as bad publicity."

    Off topic, but I've worked for Toyota for 13 years. I have a relative that has owned a BP station for several years. (Well, Marathon, now.) There is such thing a bad publicity. ;) But, I know, its a popular and almost true expression, I'm just being a butthead!

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  • kes601
    Apr 12, 01:22 PM
    Moving from Outlook is a good think no matter what. The databases used stinks. It chokes at about a million records and sooner or later, it will slow down, become lazy and before you know it... done. Corrupted... just like a US politician. :D

    Oh, I know. i've forced most of our employees to move to Web based as we use Google Apps, but a few select have been allowed to stick with Outlook on the Windows side (or in this case on OS X).


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  • DoNoHarm
    Mar 23, 06:26 PM
    ipod warriors.

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  • iTucci
    Sep 25, 10:48 AM
    Yes, where's the MacBook Pro with integrated toaster?

    Quite why people keep expecting announcements of upgraded laptops at a photography conference is beyond me.

    The last PowerBook model was announced at Photo Plus Expo last November.

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  • room237
    Jan 7, 12:05 AM
    Huh, my push notifications weren't working, so I uninstalled and reinstalled the app. I went to the settings and I'm apparently running Facebook 3.1.1, but when I go to iTunes, it says the app is at 3.1 and I have no updates.

    Odd. But maybe they've fixed the sound issues already.

    I've noticed the same. I deleted FB from both iPhone and iTunes, then downloaded it thru iTunes since it states there that it is v3.1, but once on the iPhone it is still v3.1.1 and still, no notifications.

    This really isn't worth losing sleep over, but it's really pissing me off.

    Nov 21, 04:44 PM
    Interesting concept, but their website ( scares me away in a hurry. What was that about making a good first impression?

    Maybe the Power Chips ( website is more welcoming. Seems like similar technology with a larger potential for energy recovery (70-80%). Hard to believe.

    Aug 19, 01:32 PM
    I don't understand all the bad push back for this new feature.

    I'm walking down inner city and notice Jane is at the local coffee shop, I'll say hi. I'm at the concert with a buddy, and notice Brad is there too. I just entered this really neat cupcake place, I want to let my FRIENDS know.

    If you're freaked out a creeper may know your location, why are you friends with them?

    All the positive to this new, cool feature - and everyone says is - this will track your every move and people will kidnap you and break into your house, blah blah blah.

    Apr 5, 03:11 PM
    I definitely have to disagree with him. Typing on a touch screen just makes me angry...

    The average normal person should not be touch typing. Before computers, the majority of homes did not have a typewriter. Most businessman did not have a typewriter on their desk either (their secretaries did), and certainly not a keypunch machine. This keyboard everywhere UI has only been common for 3 decades and hopefully will be gone in a lot less than another 3 decades. The popular tablets (PalmPilot, iPad) are good first steps.

    Jul 11, 12:10 AM
    We have a laptop and I still have my iPhone. There's about 20 people in line now. It's just after midnight...if you couldn't tell by the time the post was made.:apple:

    Apr 19, 10:47 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Anything beats the embarrassment that Apple has in the current iOS.

    LOL! Do you realize how silly you sound with these comments?

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