Tuesday, 10 May 2011

Dodgers Stadium Supercross

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  • Millah
    Apr 27, 01:00 AM
    You got me there. Here's a bit of interesting tech trademark trivia (Microsoft vs Lindows):

    Exactly. I find it quite funny people don't understand that the "Windows" brand is referring to the windowed metaphor on desktop GUIs. So, Windows technically is just as generic as App store, considering all desktop UIs use the Window metaphor for displaying content.

    But I think we'd all agree that when you hear the term windows, you think of Microsofts OS. Thats the exact same thing going on here with App store. Companies trademark "generic" terms all the time. Most trademarks ARE generic. But once it becomes used to associate a brand or product, its no longer generic.

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. heads to Dodger Stadium.
  • heads to Dodger Stadium.

  • QCassidy352
    Sep 20, 08:18 PM
    Having now had an iphone 4 for a month, I consider this the most overblown problem I've ever come across. Yes, I can lose bars if I don't have a case and hold it a certain way while in a bad coverage area. I can do that on my 3GS and bb curve, too. Yes, I lose more bars with the iphone 4 than those phones. But again, only with no case and holding it a certain way, in a low coverage area. So I move my finger a quarter inch.

    Who. freaking. cares.

    Honestly, people are so worried about the principle of the matter (I shouldn't have to use a case! I shouldn't have to change how I hold it!) that they've completely missed whether it actually really makes for a worse experience. For me, it absolutely does not.

    I also still don't get how CR can give it the highest overall rating and not recommend it.

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. Dodger Stadium.
  • Dodger Stadium.

  • Earendil
    Nov 27, 03:03 PM
    While I agree with your thought process behind you post that Apple is targeting a different audience. That target audience is dwindling very quickly as Apple's prices increase in comparison to the rest of the market.

    I'm sorry, why is their target audience dwindling? Are there fewer professional graphics artists out there? Are there fewer people that demand professional color accuracy today then 5 or 10 years ago? I would be interested in a link to some research, because common sense to me says that day by day that market can only be growing.

    Now I haven't done the research, but perhaps you can find a similarly specced 20" wide S-IPS LCD so we can see how out of whack Apple's prices are.

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  • syklee26
    Sep 1, 03:09 PM
    You can already play your Xbox 360 on your iMac, just not in high def. Buy an EyeTV TV adapter that has the game mode, and you can play that way. The best input available on there is an Svideo connection, so you want get HD, but it's still a pretty crisp picture.

    well i knew i could go this route but 360 is about HD. playing 360 on s-video connection is like wearing Armani suit with footlocker T-shirt inside or playing blu-ray on 13 inch CRT

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. race at Dodger Stadium in
  • race at Dodger Stadium in

  • Porchland
    Sep 8, 03:51 PM
    This sure is starting to sound like MOVIEBEAM... and who owns that???

    So, we can que up 10-12 movies we want to watch for the month and in the background my mac downloads them and then either stores them on this yet to be anounced product or onto my mac... Then this new Airport(now, available in 1-3 weeks) can then stream it to my TV. This does make a lot more sense now.

    If 88 percent ( of households have cable or satellite -- and a big chunk of those have access to PPV or on-demand new releases -- I don't understand why an iTunes movie-to-your-TV service is such a big hoopty-do.

    Unless Apple goes to a subscription-based service that essentially replaces my cable, this doesn't really give me anything I don't already have other than the ability to watch a movie on an iPod.

    I'm excited, I guess, because it's new and a different direction for Apple, but none of the rumors I've seen about what's coming next week show much "think different."

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. wins first Dodger Stadium
  • wins first Dodger Stadium

  • popelife
    Jan 4, 03:55 PM
    I may just go with BootCamp, Windows, Adobe, but that means buying Windows, BootCamp, and I�m concerned about conflicts.

    Use Boot Camp and your Mac is a Windows PC, just like any other (although arguably nicer to look at ;) ). Any "conflicts" will be precisely the same conflicts that you'd get on a PC laptop.

    BTW, right-clicking on an Apple notebook is now awesome! The "two-fingers on trackpad" click is great, and actually easier than having two buttons IMO.

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. taking over Dodger Stadium
  • taking over Dodger Stadium

  • puma1552
    Feb 5, 08:48 PM
    For something creeping up on 15 years old, that thing is in fantastic shape. Mustangs are an odd car for me. I never seem to like them each time a new one is released, but then the older they get, the more I start to like them. A buddy of mine has a '93 Cobra with just a couple thousand miles on it, and I absolutely love it.

    I read a story a while back about people and their music tastes. Many people never really get out of their 20's with their favorite bands. The stuff you like around that age is what sticks with you forever as your favorite. I think it might be something similar with cars. I see cars from back in the early-mid 90s, when I was in high school and then into college, and I get all nostalgic and stuff. Fox body 5L Mustangs, FC RX7s, C4 Corvettes, Syclone/Typhoon, etc. The older I get, and the older those cars get, the more I love them. New cars are nice, but some things just stick with you. And those cars are permanently stuck with me.

    Treat that Stang nice Puma, because it is certainly a keeper.

    Well said.

    Yeah it's definitely been taken care of, both owners kept it for quite a few years each, both only putting about 6,500 miles a year on it. You can tell it's been garaged likely its whole life because the headlights and tail lights aren't hazy from sun exposure.

    I remember when these cars were just 1-2 years old, basically factory fresh, and I would go to the dealer and drool over them under the lights at night--ones just like this, with these 17" wheels and leather. I've always loved them, and probably always will. I'm also a fan of the 5L cars, and the thirdgen F-bodies of the day (I own a thirdgen Camaro too).

    I really can't wait to get it.:)

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. The Dodger Stadium was
  • The Dodger Stadium was

  • JRM PowerPod
    Aug 7, 05:03 AM
    I think us Aussies make up a fair portion of this forum

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  • Porco
    Sep 6, 09:01 AM
    Dude, the MBP was updated in late April of this year, why would you think it'll be updated four and a half months later??

    Yeah, next thing you know people will saying machines could have their processors upgraded before they're even released!! Oh, wait... :p

    Seriously, I think it's been widely stated that with the move to intel chips, processors are likely to be updated more regularly... don't know when the MBP will get upgraded, but if the chips are there, they need to be going in the machines ASAP for Apple to maintain a competitive line-up compared with otherwise-similarly specced PCs.

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. Angeles Dodgers Stadium.
  • Angeles Dodgers Stadium.

  • ingenious
    Apr 5, 02:00 PM
    Now that has to be the most double standard quote that I have ever read !!!

    Apple had to expand beyond its computers to be profitable....If not for the Ipod - Apple wouldnt be making money.

    Steve get Apple into gear man ! Drop prices - Take on the market...With good marketing , Apple will not cheapen..

    excuse me, but WHAT WORLD DO YOU LIVE IN? JK! seriously tho, you should just do one of two things:
    1)give up cuz ur obviously wrong and not gaining much support!
    2)move to mars and live in your own little dream world where apple is dying.

    apple did not have to create the ipod to stay profitable. they are debt free and have 5b in the bank. computers are making more the double what the ipod's making. c'mon man, do ur research! some mod should just delete this thread. it's pointless!

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. Supercross - Angel Stadium
  • Supercross - Angel Stadium

  • GSPice
    Apr 19, 11:15 AM
    MacRumors is quoting CNET? :(

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. Supercross at Dodger Stadium
  • Supercross at Dodger Stadium

  • thereubster
    Oct 23, 10:52 AM
    Its not going to happen yet. The Chipset to support it isn't yet available (till next year)
    I'm picking Core 2 Duo (up to 2.33Ghz optional), FW800, new superdrives with DL support (or MAYBE Blu-ray option, they are available after all), New display options (higher rez), larger HD and thats it.
    What I would like to see them add is eSATA support but I bet they dont.

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. at Dodger Stadium
  • at Dodger Stadium

  • ATG
    Sep 7, 12:48 PM
    To be honest I don't care about movies�


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  • ezekielrage_99
    Aug 27, 07:33 PM
    If they bring out a core2duo mac mini it will be faster than my 18month old power mac.

    cant see it happening, they might go for a faster core duo in the mac mini and macbook then core 2 duo in iMac and Macbook pro

    I would have said the same about the Mac Mini getting a Core Duo about 10 months ago.

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  • Dodgers Stadium event on

  • zedsdead
    Jan 13, 04:03 PM
    Apple will NOT do that, however, remember the collapsing port patent filed by Apple?

    Apple is supposed to be building an Ultra-Portable. Ethernet takes up space. I seriously doubt it will be in the Macbook Air or whatever apple decides to call it. Wifi will be enough. This laptop is not ment to be a main computer.

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  • PlayballTim
    Jan 2, 12:54 PM
    I can't see Apple coping with carriers and competitors like Nokia, and Motorola, but CAN see Apple chasing the 100,000,000 user plus PTP phone market with a wifi phone. I've got a dozen other reasons, but it adds up to 1,200 words that can't fit here. But check out the rationale on my blog, CogentPassion (

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. wins first Dodger Stadium
  • wins first Dodger Stadium

  • iEvolution
    Mar 22, 09:17 PM
    What is there to update on the classic besides capacity?

    You serious?

    - Add Radio
    - Increase screen to around 3" (not enough to enter touch territory but a nice update)
    - Add High Definition Output support
    - Bluetooth Support

    There are plenty of updates they could do, and now that the nano no longer has the click wheel the classic name can simply point to the iPod that has the click wheel.

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. CA – Dodger Stadium
  • CA – Dodger Stadium

  • BrianMojo
    Jul 19, 04:59 PM
    nope just putting iTunes on the phone

    Well, he clearly dismissed all current MP3/Phone integration setups and said that they're not just sitting around. It's no outright admission, but I'd say that's pretty revealing -- if he was refering to iTunes on a phone, I feel like he would've had a talking point ready for it. This seemed more like a "er, I just backed myself into this sentence" type thing.

    Dodgers Stadium Supercross. the famous Dodger Stadium.
  • the famous Dodger Stadium.

  • mahonmeister
    Nov 27, 01:15 PM
    Apple is making good strides in filling the holes in their line-up. Still a ways to go if they want their market share to keep climbing.

    Apr 12, 09:11 PM
    I've found that old iMovie still works great for some of my work flow (I edit for public access) but that new iMovie, though it is different, is quite easy to use and works for other projects quite well (web video). I have also used FCP for other projects and the differences between any version of iMovie and FCP is that FCP doesn't stand in the way of your creativity. If you can imagine it, it can be done in FCP and there are probably 2 or 3 ways to do it also. At least for me.

    Jan 22, 06:57 PM

    it's been gone for a while.

    I feel your pain man. I have a 2 year old myself.

    They all ready sit in Recaro's ;)

    Seriously though, we've got a 3rd on the way, so we had to go to something large enough to fit 3 car seats.

    Never heard of that brand.

    Jan 12, 11:02 PM
    Sold my '03 Ford Escape XLT to my Dad, he sold me his '99 Ford Ranger XL. 2.5L l4, 5 speed manual. Basic truck, I'm very happy with it. :)
    (Not my pic, but looks exactly the same, just slightly...OK, a hell of a lot more beat up and without the bed cover. :p)

    Mar 19, 03:13 PM
    The French and British also have AWACS capabilities.

    As does NATO and er the Saudis who have more than France.The U.K. has wasted billions trying to make it's own version rather than the Boeing one everyone now uses.(except the Russians and possibly the Chinese who have their own AWACS.)

    ( also due to the strange folk who track flights and then identify the plane types,U.S. and U.K. AWACS and spyplanes have been in the Med for around three weeks,they don't need to overfly Libya to know what's going on).
    (Jesus,BBC reporting septics have fired 110 Tomahawks already at $1 million each,Raytheon shares will be on the up soon).
    (plus the Brits have fired some)

    Nov 15, 08:22 AM
    [incredibly naive question]

    is there any way to tell what software is multithreaded and will take advantage of the quad cores? (on the tech specs, etc...)

    [/incredibly naive question]


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