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  • macpro2000
    Jul 25, 03:54 PM
    Me too...downloading now.

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  • KentuckyHouse
    Feb 9, 01:42 PM
    Huh? What? I am on Verizon and can do all of that along with having great voice reliability!

    Not at the same time, you can't. :p

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  • babybanana
    Apr 27, 07:38 AM
    Is this going to be your first DSLR?

    I think if you really want that lens and no other will do, see if your parents are able to stretch to the brand new kit.

    But you're looking at a really capable body though, if it was me, I'd get it with a kit lens like the regular 18-55 and a copy of Aperture (if you have a Mac, I'm saying Aperture because you could probably keep those parts all down below �500).

    The lenses should last you for decades as long as you keep them cared for and you don't need to have the exact lens you want straight off. You'll be able to save for a new lens or ask family if they could perhaps chip in for it later.

    Also, just because you're getting Nikon, doesn't mean you have to be restricted to their lenses, you can get Tamron and Sigma lenses for good prices too.

    Thanks for that. Yes it's going to be my first SLR. Parents are willing to stretch to whatever as I never ask for much usually anyways and I'm the kind of person who would prefer to save the money and buy things myself etc.

    I know about Tamron and Sigma lens too, I've been looking at those as well. I wasn't sure if 18-55 would be enough and that I might need a new lens in the near future. I forgot to mention, I'm also going on Holiday visiting Hong Kong, China area and before going I'll be playing around with the camera to make sure by the time I go on holiday I'll get the best shots etc.

    I'm not sure what Aperture is, as I don't have a Mac is it a photo editing software if so I'm pretty good on photoshop and I'm not expecting to edit my photo too much using those programs as I prefer to take the picture and show it off as it is.

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  • bms624
    Apr 22, 03:05 PM
    This is definitely one of those "what language should I learn threads?", but I'm not a beginner. Let me give a little background: I graduated in 2007 with a degree in computer technology (not science) with a focus on software development and web development. While in school, I hired on with an automotive supplier as a contracted radio technician with hopes of getting my foot in the door with writing software. It's taken a while, but I'm now getting ready to be trained in our next product we're working on and will possibly be writing test scripts in C# .NET. I'm looking forward to the experience and knowledge I will gain but long-term, it's not where my passion is. I enjoy some web development, but haven't had much experience with it since college and haven't had any reason to delve deeper into it. Recently, I've had a few people approach me about building websites for them for a salary, so it's started to spark some interest into that field again. I have experience with several languages: Java, HTML, C#, ASP, SQL, PL/SQL, some Objective-C, C. But it's only at a very intermediate level, nothing advanced like Java servlets, Cocoa, or .NET framework specific. In my spare time, I'd like to delve deeper into something more advanced. I love the Mac platform for development just because a lot of things are built into the system already. Some languages I'm thinking of looking into are:

    1. Java (specifically Tomcat and Spring)
    2. Objective-C (Cocoa, iPhone)
    3. Ruby (Rails)

    I know #1 and #3 are more web specific and might be beneficial because of my background in web development, but I really like the surge going on with Objective-C and the Mac and iPhone platforms. But would this help on a career level? I want to pick one where there's a strong demand for it and something that puts food on the table. I'm not talking about just writing apps for the app store, but writing apps for businesses that use Macs. It just seems like it's hard to land an entry or junior level job out therre without some type of experience. My main experience now is just education and I'd like to dig deeper into these frameworks out there that are used to work on a project that might gain me experience to show employers. Are there advantages to learning one framework over another or should I just pick one and go with it? I know Java and .NET are used a lot in the enterprise, but it seems like there's no shortages of these developers out there. Would learning a niche language like Objective-C or Ruby be an advantage since there are fewer experts in these languages? I'm open to any ideas or questions that people might have. Thanks.


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  • Clix Pix
    Dec 19, 12:37 PM
    I read the info about Katie Melua -- didn't play any of her music on iTunes because it was in the wee hours of the morn and didn't want to disturb my neighbors, but I'll be giving her a listen today -- and noticed that one of her songs pays homage to Eva Cassidy. Now there's a singer you should hear if you haven't already been captivated by her incredible voice! Unfortunately, her albums aren't on iTunes, you'd have to check her out at other websites -- probably you can hear portions of her songs at Amazon or Tower. Two fairly standard songs to which she gives incredible new meaning are "Danny Boy" and "Over the Rainbow." Her version of "Over the Rainbow" just blows Judy Garland right out of the water and then some. It is simply stunning.

    Eva Cassidy, sadly, is no longer with us. She died of cancer several years ago, but thankfully, her music lives on. All of Eva's albums have actually been released posthumously and for a long time she was known only to people in the DC area who frequented local jazz clubs. She had an amazing and eclectic approach to songs and did a little of eveything, from ballads to gospel to jazz "scat" tunes. Her voice was especially suited to ballads and she worked wonders with just her voice and a guitar....


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  • SnowLeopard2008
    Apr 24, 05:02 PM
    There's no practical reason behind letting the battery completely die and then charging it to 100% like what you described. Lithium ion battery technology has progressed a lot since the times when that was helpful. Also, confirming what previous posters have said, iPhone 4 will shut off the power that flows into the battery when it's fully charged. The iPhone will then run off the charger's power until you unplug it. And turning it on and off completely won't harm the phone, although there's not much advantage to doing so unless you are low on battery and you need it later on.


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  • tman07
    Feb 14, 09:48 PM
    although im pretty sure there is already a thread on this somewhere.... my favorites are any of the DMB live dvd's.

    Then again, i love DMB, so... yeah... haha

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  • res1233
    May 1, 02:43 AM
    The iMac uses a desktop CPU while the Samsung uses a mobile CPU.

    But the i7 2630qm beats the i3 2100 CPU in the iMac by a wide margin. In a passmark benchmark the is scores over 6,000 compared to the i3 which scores almost 4,000.

    Here are the benchmark links:

    Intel Core i7 2630QM (

    Intel Core i3 2100 (

    And the graphics card in the Samsung is more powerful than the ATI 6490.

    So in this case the Samsung is a more powerful machine.

    You can upgrade the 21.5'' to the i5 bud. Not such a huge difference. At the end of the day, the iMac's hardware is competitive, and also, notice he said the "SB iMac" whose GPU we don't really know about ATM. It's entirely possible Apple will chose a mobile i7 for the high-end 21.5'', but even if they keep the i5 as high-end, the main reason you get a mac is for Mac OS, and the majority of mac users who care about performance get a maxed out 27'' with SSDs, a maxed out boat anchor of a 17'' MBP, or a mac pro. The other offerings are not being sold to performance junkies most of the time...


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  • Le Big Mac
    May 3, 03:17 PM
    Unless they change the power supply the only thing really to update is either the price or the capacity.

    I thought they had fixed the capacitor problem. The first batch (1 year+) was dying, but have they continued to die for newer models?

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  • MikePA
    Mar 14, 09:57 AM
    Just waiting to be delivered to us.....YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

    You've been around MR long enough to know better than to post something like this. It's not simply 'waiting to be delivered to us'. It's the alpha version. There can be a very long wait between alpha and being 'delivered to us', not to mention mobile substrate needs to be updated to work with iOS 4.3. If it's not the whiners asking when it will be available, it's people jumping to conclusions that it's 'just waiting to be delivered to us.'


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  • strydr
    Sep 27, 05:35 PM
    I have a Blue/white G3 at home and I need to upgrade, but can't afford to get what I would really like (a G5). I have 21" apple monitor, keyboard and mouse. And, I use all the graphics software: Quark, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. Does anyone think this the lowest model of the mini macs is a good purchase for a couple of years? I know it will be out of date quicker than some of my other options. But, my monitor is really good, so I think I shouldn't go the emac or imac route. Any suggestions or thoughts out there? I appreciate it.

    I have a Mini, and I love it. I am not a graphics guy, and can't attest to the Mini's power at photoshop, but I do push the Mini to it's limits from time to time. I would sugest going to the Apple store and using one to see if it works for you. I'm not sure what the specs are for your G3 Video card, but this is the only Achiles heal to the Mini. It sounds like the new units are shipping (soon, if not now), and I think they have upgraded video cards. This might be just what you need (until you can save $$ for a PM). If you buy the Mini, beef up the RAM- it makes such a difference in performance.

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  • bigpatky
    Apr 8, 08:19 PM
    AT&T has told me that if you've got one of the old $30/month unlimited data plans you can use the iPhone as a hotspot with no additional charge.

    whoa...i haven't heard that. do you have to contact att to set it up? how do you do that? i'm grandfathered in w/ the unlimited plan still.

    edit: i just called. they told me that i couldn't tether at all w/ the unlimited plan. they did happen to mention the free wifi at mcdonalds, starbucks, etc. that i could use. she said it in a funny way that made it at first sound like i could "tether" from that "hotspot" to my phone for free. maybe that was the misunderstanding?


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  • Chundles
    Sep 20, 06:34 AM
    Fingers crossed they update the PBs or drop prices :D

    Did you read the rest, it was down for about 5 minutes to change the .mac page. That's it so far.

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  • equilibrium17
    Feb 10, 02:13 PM
    In regards to how you die from a relatively small wound to the calf:

    In fencing, it's called the "Coup de Jarnac", after a famous 16th century duel that took place in front of king Henri II of France wherein a fellow named Jarnac killed his opponent with cut to this area.

    In brief, there is a vessel called the popliteal artery runs quite close to the surface along the back of the leg from just above the knee joint until it splits into the the two sural arteries a few inches below the knee. Even a relatively shallow slash or puncture wound in this area can sever this artery, and unless proper treatment is applied quickly, you can definitely bleed out from this wound; 2 hours would be plenty of time.


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  • swindmill
    Sep 14, 09:31 AM
    VW Touareg
    VW New Beetle
    VW Passat (Soon the New model)
    and the VW Jetta.

    Is the MkV Golf not available with a TDI? I know the MkIV offered it. I am currently looking to get rid of my MkIV Jetta 1.8t for a MkIV Golf TDI

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  • Taustin Powers
    May 18, 01:50 AM
    Hmm. Could be interesting. There are a lot of crap games on PSN though, so you never know how good your options will be every month. Really, I don't think I have bought 12 PSN games since launch... :rolleyes:


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  • Nightarchaon
    May 3, 01:47 AM
    I would like to see a Duel drive raid TC with user replaceable drives and a better cooling solution . So far I have had one fail between 8 and 14 months old since they launched , and it's sat on a low shelf in an open to air on all sides unit PSU failure every time, capacitors burst.

    They are very very poor design from a heat dissipation standpoint . I'd prefer a next gen one to go with a MagSafe replaceable PSU

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  • Unspeaked
    Sep 23, 12:21 PM

    Amoeba is an awful place to buy used CDs - any location.

    It's fine for vinyl and even new CDs releases, but the selection and prices are superior at any of the online places mentioned above - eBay, Amazon, and even SecondSpin.

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  • devilot
    Sep 14, 10:53 AM
    Yes... coffee, tea, cola (including Diet coke), even red wine are all really bad for your veneers. If I had dropped $1K on teeth whitening I'd have to reconsider drinking all those teeth staining yummies. :(

    To the OP: maybe a cheaper method-- cut down on the aforementioned beverages and use teeth whitening toothpaste as well as whitening strips. I know that when I have tried Crest Whitestrips I could see a noticeable difference only using one strip a day after 3 measly days! It's much cheaper and you won't feel as bad if you do slip up and drink the yummy-teeth stainers. :p

    May 5, 02:48 AM
    Basically I want an iPhone 4, but am mostly around WiFi, I'd be ok with some data, but I really don't need it. I'm looking to buy the phone upfront, and maybe $20-$40 for service afterwards, but I'm open to compromise to keep it cheaper.

    As of now, I'm using an iPod touch with textfree but I need more stability.

    I would like unlimited texting (sms not needed) and maybe 500-1000 minutes a month... any suggestions?

    Also, I have no idea how to do a carrier unlock (or when its needed, even) but I do know how to jailbreak.

    ANY advice would be appreciated!

    Oct 16, 06:51 PM
    Hey guys!

    Well, I've been a long-time reader of the forums, but I haven't done hardly any posting as of yet. I decided that it was finally my turn to post up a review of a case that I just got for my iPod Touch 4.

    Now, this is my very first review, so please feel free to ask all the questions that you would like, and I will answer them to the best of my knowledge.

    Also, I am at work now so I can't include photos, but I will make sure to add them into this original post as soon as I get home.

    So, the case that I purchased was the "Melkco Leather case for Apple iPod Touch 4th" sold by (link here (

    Pros: I really love everything about this case! Specifically:
    -It feels really durable. I feel like I could throw this thing accross the room and it would be fine
    -The magnetic-snap is very good quality, I don't feel like it would ever come undone without me deliberately opening it
    -The ports are open, so you can charge it, plug in headphones, hear the speaker, and record voice with no issue (I have tested these)
    -It looks super sexy! I love the leather with white stitching, I think it looks fantastic. It's not too bulky, but enough padding that my iPod feels protected
    -Design: I'm not sure if it was planned like this, but you can fold back the front cover all the way back and snap it again, and there is enough of a gap there that I can slide my 4-fingers up to almost my palm, and the iPod stays with no fear of it slipping. I do the same when it is in landscape mode (for playing games, for example). I don't feel like I have to grip it, it feels like it just molds to my hand. I will attach pics later on with exactly what I'm talking about.

    -This is a very small issue, but you cannot charge it while it is snapped shut. I recognized this before I even purchased the product, and it doesn't bother me at all, as the flap still stays down, but it must be unsnapped
    -The cameras are just a little bit blocked. The hole on the front (for the Facetime camera) is just a LITTLE bit too low, so you get a black shadow on the top of your pictures unless you really tug the case up or push the iPod down
    -The same issue on the back, only this time the case itself kind of gets in the way, unless you raise up the iPod just a bit
    Again, with these two issues, I was prepared to deal with this, as I do not use my iPod very much for taking pictures.
    -The only other con was the belt clip. Everything about this case feels top-notch, except the belt clip. It felt very cheap, plasticy, and I did not want to use it. The thumb depresor does not work well, and I even had the part attached to my iPod just fall out (after I screwed it in tight) and my iPod fell to the ground. I have not used it since then.

    Well, I'm sorry if this is too long or too short! Please, ask questions, and I will post any pictures up as soon as I get home (1:30 am EST)

    Sep 21, 08:29 AM
    Get either a Seagate or an Hitachi.

    I could tell you bad stories about pretty much all the brands of hard drives that are around today. Seagate and Hitachi are the least trouble prone.

    Mar 20, 05:01 AM

    JUST, NO!!

    If Johnathon Ive reads this you better run!!

    He's not going to be happy!!

    Sep 23, 12:25 PM
    Not to be pedantic, just ignorant:

    I understand that the punctuation marks go inside the quotes (um, not parentheses... maybe you do need him ;)) when part of a quotational reply. However, when used to mark a single word or phrase, it seems as though contemporary "correct" usage allows for the quoted word/phrase to be used as an indivisible object, meaning punctuation would go outside.

    But, hey, I'm a programmer geek. I'm happy just to be able to communicate at all.

    AP says no. :D

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