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  • Big D 51
    May 6, 07:11 AM
    LOL! This is just a Hollywood studio's desperate wet dream.
    They are realizing that 3D is turning into a fad instead of the money cow they were expecting. With a few exceptions the studios are losing a lot of money with 3D and now hope Apple will turn their turd into gold...

    I agree





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  • Ashapalan
    Sep 13, 04:07 PM
    Well the looks and the battery life just led me to put in my order for a 2GB silver model :)

    I can't wait for this thing to arrive and meet it's substantially larger sibling, (powerbook).

    My only worry is that it won't work well in my nike+ armband, does anyone know if it does?

    Anyhows, here's to the waiting game...





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  • grenstne
    Mar 29, 11:28 AM
    The Radio Shack in the financial district in San Francisco did not have any iPads. The salesperson indicated that their "district" received about four units. That's it.





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  • mscriv
    Apr 7, 11:40 PM
    I'm a bit confused. How exactly does the context of the Old Testament point to a triune god? I've done a lot of academic study of the Tanakh in general, and Second Temple Judaism in particular, and I'm at a loss to where in Jewish orthodoxy the idea of a triune god exists.

    I'm sorry SuperJudge. I should have worded myself better. What I'm trying to say is that the information presented on the web page that I referenced points to contextual clues that would require one to know the Hebrew language to understand. Additionally, understanding Hebrew history in terms of traditional beliefs and culture is also beneficial when understanding the connections between the old and new testament and hence the old and new covenant. We believe that Christ fulfilled the prophecies of the old testament.

    I didn't mean to imply that traditional Jewish belief supports the concept of the trinity. Obviously, it does not as they interpret the old testament as a stand alone without the revelation of the new testament.

    I didn't intend to be confusing, just to point out that simply reading the old testament on its own in a modern translation might not bring out all of the nuances that are there in the original language and context.

    For answers regarding how the old testament itself does point to a triune God then look at the web page I referenced in my previous post.





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  • Corbin052198
    Mar 13, 11:34 AM
    Honestly? I think the ENTIRE desktop line (iMac, Mac Mini, etc.) would probably get this before a laptop would get it. :(

    And P.S. - Apple, your laptop line is already to expensive. :eek: Don't release a consumer product that only rich companies can buy. :(





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  • MacRumors
    Mar 11, 02:41 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/03/11/macbook-pro-update-due-for-launch-as-soon-as-tomorrow/)


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    9 to 5 Mac reports (http://www.9to5mac.com/new-macbook-pros-5464563) that it has received word from a tipster claiming that Apple is set to be released as soon as tomorrow, although the launch may be delayed until next Tuesday. The report follows an earlier claim (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/03/10/new-hexacore-mac-pros-next-tuesday/) of new Mac Pro models set for launch next Tuesday. According to the source:The MacBook Pro will be released on the same day as Mac Pro. We are scheduled for a Friday morning release but with the amount of updates may be pushed to Tuesday. ipad is number 1 and everything else is as time permits. Look for i5 in base macbook pro with i7 in higher end 15 and 17 inch.9 to 5 Mac offers no assessment of the reliability of the source, and rumor sites frequently receive incorrect information from sources claiming to be in the know. Consequently, we currently view this report with considerable skepticism pending additional information.

    The MacBook Pros were last (http://www.macrumors.com/2009/06/08/apple-updates-13-aluminum-macbook-rebranded-as-macbook-pro/) updated (http://www.macrumors.com/2009/06/08/apple-releases-new-15-macbook-pro-updates-17-macbook-pro/) in June and are due for a refresh (http://www.macrumors.com/members/buyersguide/#MacBook_Pro). Evidence of a Core i7-based MacBook Pro surfaced (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/02/06/unreleased-core-i7-macbook-pro-61-benchmarked-supplies-constrained/) in Geekbench's results just over a month ago, and a number of other reports (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/02/17/the-wait-for-new-macbook-pros-continues-more-best-buy-skus-found/) of new machines appeared in subsequent weeks. The rumor mill has been relatively quiet for the past couple of weeks, however, despite considerable interest in and expectation of updated models.

    Update: 9 to 5 Mac now reports that the cited source may have been a hoax, although it notes that it has received multiple tips of a MacBook Pro release in the very near future.

    Article Link: MacBook Pro Update Due for Launch as Soon as Tomorrow? (http://www.macrumors.com/2010/03/11/macbook-pro-update-due-for-launch-as-soon-as-tomorrow/)





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  • toughboy
    Oct 15, 11:10 PM
    Yes, it would be rare for two people who hardly know each other to go start sticking icky things into icky parts of each other's bodies :rolleyes: :D

    ;) :D :D :D





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  • balamw
    Mar 15, 04:00 PM
    Some funding results in more jobs than others.



    Not all cuts are created equal, and not all spending results in the same benefit. (Tax cuts result in almost no economic benefit, but unemployment results in a large economic multiplier).

    (I presume you mean spending on unemployment benefits).

    Clearly, but as a SWAG (scientific wild ass guess) I think the back of the envelope is within a factor of two of reality. i.e. The jobs impact of a $60B cut in the federal budget would eliminate ~100K to 400K direct federal and first-line contractor jobs. (I'm not counting the ripple effects of the loss of those jobs on other folks like the grocery store clerk etc...). In the worst case scenario this is comparable to the total number rdowns was saying are employed by the top 10 defense contractors.

    My point was that any cut in spending that is large enough to make a real difference in reducing the deficit will result in large numbers of lost jobs.

    I think it would be nice if the online balance the 2015 budget tool from earlier in the thread would incorporate this at some level in their model to show the expected effect of federal + direct federal contractor jobs when funds are re-allocated.

    For the spending part of the equation I think this can be estimated directly from current reality, you could count the dollars spent and jobs created within the federal government and first-line contractors for each department or line in the budget. However, the revenue part of it depends on how you interpret the numbers and thus on your ideology. (I think it's a weaker correlation anyhow).

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  • parapup
    May 5, 10:22 AM
    And of course - Apple will be teh first OS manufacturer to ship OTA updates "in volumes". (Android OTAs are 60-70 Em Bees - iOS being superior ships 300+ Em Bees!)





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  • Jason Beck
    Mar 6, 02:34 AM
    http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5219/5501305809_173b5b0a99_z.jpg (http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeschmeee/5501305809/)




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  • Ubuntu
    Aug 30, 05:50 PM
    You'd think that considering Windows being famous for security problems, Microsoft would provide the 'extra good security' for free, or a lower price...

    Of course, rumours!





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  • Popeye206
    Apr 14, 09:18 AM
    So there is more room for growth with Mac sales. Of course this is true because the market % is so low that it's easier to go up. This is like how Android skyrocketed, just more room to grow when nobody has your products.

    The only flaw with that is the rest of the market is shrinking.

    So if the market is down as a whole, and one manufacture is up, that one manufacturer is definitely doing something right.





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  • dime21
    Mar 29, 02:32 PM
    A well written statement on Obama's illegal war.

    Statement of Thomas P. Kilgannon
    President, Freedom Alliance





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  • cecildk9999
    Sep 23, 09:05 AM
    I haven't read all the posts in this thread (the MBP discussions are most of what I'm caught up in now :rolleyes: ), but I noticed an interesting article on MacNN that talked about this as well. To paraphrase, it said that when the iTunes TV shows were first made available, Walmart sent back DVDs of Lost, Desperate Housewives, etc., refusing to sell them. Looking on Walmart's site now, though, both Seasons 1 and 2 of Lost are available, both online and in stores (just as an example).

    Threatening not to sell movies has a limited impact. I think Walmart is responsible for some 40% of DVD sales (not positive on that number), but if people can't buy DVDs at Walmart, they don't think: "Well shoot, I guess I just won't get this movie." They'll either complain or go somewhere else. This may be tough in communities where Walmart is the only major shopping center, but Walmart can't really blame movie studios when Walmart is the one refusing to sell the product.

    I agree with other peoples' posts when they say that Apple's primary movie market will not really affect Walmart's sales (mostly wealthier middle class types who can afford to dump $300 on a streaming media device). I refuse to shop at Walmart for a variety of reasons myself; this just adds to the list.





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  • NYC Russ
    Apr 12, 12:30 PM
    Don't worry.

    If the Chinese economy keeps growing at the same rate over the next decade they will be setting up manufacturing plants in the USA to take advantage of the cheap American labour. ;)

    Haier, a Chinese company, currently manufactures appliances in South Carolina. Labor costs are not that relevant in modern manufacturing because of the level of automation.





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  • Slurpy2k8
    Mar 23, 04:54 PM
    While for me, $500 is a "pretty big wad of cash to throw down", there's more to it than strictly looking at the dollar figure. EG. Do you have a kid or kids that might benefit from being able to use the new iPad you're about to purchase? Do you have legitimate uses for it that go along with EARNING more money, or maybe even the ability to write the whole purchase off as a tax deduction the next year? When you spend $20 on some beer or a few bucks on some food, it's a consumable you use once and throw some trash away, and then you have nothing to show for it.

    One thing I know about myself is, I'm very hesitant to spend much on "instant gratification" type of entertainment. I practically never spend money on tickets for sporting events or concerts, and maybe buy a movie ticket once a year. I've often skipped summer vacations completely because my employer didn't want me to take time off when they had important projects going on, and I just opted to get paid for the days instead. I don't even have cable or satellite TV at home, because I hated watching $60 or more per month just vanish into thin air, with nothing concrete to show for it later. So when I do spend my money? It tends to be on bigger-ticket items I know I'll get a lot of use out of for years down the road.

    So frankly, in my relationships, "respect" is just as much about my partner respecting my ability to make sensible purchasing decisions and NOT demand I consult with her first, simply because it's something a lot more expensive than a fast food order.

    Great post, completely agree, and am also inline with your mentality about spending money. The same people who ask me why the hell I would spent $1700 on a laptop when I can get one for $700 (I have a Macbook Pro, which I use several hours EVERY SINGLE DAY, will last years, and which I work and make money from) are the same people who would spend that difference in a month on stupid ****, eating out, and alcohol, with nothing to show for it. I have no problem spending more on long term purchases to get a better product, or something I'm passionate about which will bring me pleasure for a long time.





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  • DaveTheGrey
    Aug 29, 08:38 AM
    who cares how much crap is?





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  • Corrosive vinyl
    Sep 22, 01:15 PM
    Speaking as someone who has 3 wal-mart supercenters within 5 miles of them, I can definetely say that they don't need any more money... is a few million a little meager for the likes of the children?

    what is wal mart going to do, get rid of the ipods, which give them revenue? also, does anyone remember them going insane over the apple music store?





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  • bedifferent
    May 4, 10:30 PM
    Uh, isn't the world in 3D? I mean, we do see in three dimensions, correct? Is this a clever way of saying you are blind?

    Or only has one eye ;)





    DocNo
    Apr 14, 10:43 PM
    The "industry pros" are facing the plight of impending impotence.

    Meh -- there was similar consternation with the original Mac, LaserWriter and PageMaker from the professional printers. And as then, it still is at the end of the day just a tool. The real talent is in how the tool is wielded.

    Those that have at true talent have little to fear. Those that are more marginal... well, time marches on.





    kurtc
    Oct 26, 07:10 PM
    We bought seven MacBooks shortly after they were released and three of them started having problems (random shutdown) almost immediately. When the third one started acting up I called our vendor to ask if there were any know problems. It was obvious that they had answered that question before it came from me (and interesting that they never mentioned it when I sent in the first two). We sent all three of them back to Apple for new motherboards, no cost and no questions. The down side is that the kept each machine for 10 business days because of their backlog.





    oootle
    Sep 12, 03:43 PM
    Very dark and dingy interface, reminds me of some audio-editing ap. What happened to the nice white play buttons, and the bright blue scroll bars and music store.

    iTunes is now much more accomplished as a sopisticated media ap, but the style really has suffured. Doesn't feel like an Apple product!





    Starfall
    Nov 12, 12:19 PM
    Walled garden is what makes it work. I don't want everyone in the world to see me on there. I don't want my information on facebook outside of facebook.

    It's better because of the walled garden. Sure it might be better functionality-wise if it was open. But my identity is sort of important to me and if that was compromised that doesn't benefit me at all.

    So, sure. Irony. But there's a good reason for the walled garden.


    I think the irony has to do with the approval process for Facebook applications (like all of those games people play on Facebook), not access to personal information.





    shervieux
    Mar 22, 07:53 AM
    My wife said no too and this even includes my wish for one for my upcoming bday to get one.

    I need a new iMac Quad Core or Macbook Pro quad core (would need to have 8gb ram and minimum 750gb to 1tb hard drive), plus I need a larger time machine backup drive and my wife keeps telling me no also.

    But for me, it is not a toy. I've been unemployed for the last almost year and now my computer has become a work machine for free-lancing. I will need a power-horse as I am considering the reality of having to start my own business, as there are no jobs around here.

    My wife really was not happy when I bought my iPad 1 last year. I had to settle for a wifi only version. Now she says "Yeah, it is awesome and you do get a lot of use out of it, but I still think the money could've been better spent".

    My iPad is my mobile machine. I take it to conferences, job hunting, classes, church, meeting with my free-lance clients, etc. And my 2008 (heavily used) macbook is my home machine. Internal drive is getting full, external drives are going on 3-5 years old and with only 2gb ram, I can no longer run a VM for my very few windows-only needs (darn web hosting companies or websites that are SQL server and IE only driven).



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