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  • KonaBlend
    Apr 12, 10:19 PM
    This is so that each eye receives 24fps for 3d. So finally 3d will now look like a 3d "movie" rather than a 3d flip book.

    err that would be 48 fps for each eye. the current 24 fps for each eye is what Cameron wants to improve upon.

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  • iJohnHenry
    Mar 31, 05:41 PM
    Didn't the Persian supply corridor factor into the soviets being able to hold off the Germans?

    As did the supply ships making their way to Murmansk. Many merchant marines lost their lives on that run.

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    Jan 30, 05:44 AM
    Best handling car i have ever driven.... have a 5 month old little boy though so i think its days are numbered in favour of a truck!

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  • diamond.g
    Mar 28, 10:32 AM
    Here is a local thread:


    :apple:Nice, about time. I am interested is seeing how it turns out.

    Maybe I'm behind with the times, but I have no idea what OpenCL is. Apple has been known for supporting their standards no matter what sometimes.

    OpenCL is the open version of GPGPU (if that helps any). It is ran by Khronos, just like OpenGL. What OpenCL would allow you to do is offload computations to any compatible device (in the is case we are focusing on GPUs) with CPU fall back (just like OGL). It is done because in some cases the GPU is faster than the CPU is (like say Folding@HOME, or encoding video).

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  • williwilli
    Aug 7, 02:49 AM
    here's my assesment of the situation; a complete and reasonable roundup of what to expect at the show


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  • hob
    Jan 1, 06:28 PM
    Who really needs more iLife. Honestly. I think they should bundle it with OS X, and update it all at once!

    BlueVelvet, you have ruined my life forever :p First time I've read that! So true though!

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  • NeuralControl
    Apr 2, 07:17 PM
    I think this is an exceptional ad. Nicely done.

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  • PodHead
    Dec 1, 10:22 PM
    You know what I would like with iTV?

    Live content.

    Think about it for a moment. I think everyone hates how expensive cable TV is. I am paying $45 per month just for 50 channels or so, with maybe 10 of those I actually watch (the networks, MSNBC, NESN, FSNE, ESPN, and a few other random ones).

    Apple has the TV Shows issue fixed, thanks to $1.99 per show on iTunes and season passes.

    However, live content is the big issue. I would love to ditch my cable tv subscription and go soley iTV. But I like to watch sports, especially baseball and football. Also you need TV for news events, especially breaking news. iTV and iTunes does not (yet) allow you to watch live streaming content.

    If Apple could somehow strike a deal to cover sports and other live content such as news...that just really opens the door. Major League Baseball already does it with MLB.TV, except it is browser based. Imagine the same thing, but on iTV!?!?

    Do that, and I would seriously cancel my cable tv subscription and go a la carte with iTunes. I spend roughly $540 a year on my 50 channels of cable TV, of which I at most watch 10 channels. I would much rather spend say $270 (half of the $540) on the 5 or so shows I watch, plus season passes for my local baseball and football teams, and the news channel of my choice.

    That is where iTV could become a real winner.

    I'm in the same boat!! Except I live in Japan. I rely solely on iTunes to watch my favorite shows in the U.S. But...I usually have to wait an extra day (not including the day it takes to appear on iTunes) to watch them. By the time the Packers have won (being optimistic) I'm two, sometimes three days behind (or ahead depending how you look at it) the news. I would totally stay up til 3:00 am to watch them live from the states.:p

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  • andrewbecks
    Apr 19, 07:31 PM
    Yay! I've been waiting for a while to purchase an iMac. I'm trading in my MBP for an iMac. I need the processing horsepower and display size (27") more than I need a portable computer these days, especially since I have an iPad and an old first gen black MacBook that will do in a pinch.

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  • Reach9
    Mar 20, 07:10 PM
    Really, Gaddafi deserves it.
    US is trying to be as coy as possible by saying that other people are taking charge of this, and bringing in UAE and Qatar on their side.
    I find this great, and can't wait until the lunatic leader gets justice.

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  • know-it-all5
    Jan 1, 07:07 PM
    that pic, means a great macworld. it means jobs is going all out for the 30th anniversary things.

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  • twoodcc
    Aug 6, 08:41 PM
    wow, that's some bold statements by Apple. i'm sure that they'll back them up though

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  • milo
    Sep 7, 07:27 AM
    It's a nice idea, but WAY too pricey. I don't know what makes them think people will be willing to pay these prices when the DVD is available for just a little bit more (in some cases the same or less) and includes special features, probably better quality, and no DRM.

    If the studios insist on this kind of pricing for all download services, it will just drive people to bittorrent and netflix. It's just silly to insist that pricing be as much as DVD when you don't get as much for your money.

    The rumors also haven't addressed picture quality. I assume it will be an improvement, and it DEFINITELY won't be HD...but will it be even DVD quality? I'd say that's the bare minimum for something like this to even be considered by most consumers.

    I don't think rental is that big a deal. It would be nice (and may be added later), but it's a completely separate market from sales. I think people are going overboard saying lack of rentals would kill it.

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  • Raska
    Mar 31, 08:03 AM
    3. Still buggy. For example - I just had to restart Safari to type in this field.

    It does feel very slick though, app launch times, the smoothness of the animations and scrolling all make the machine feel MUCH faster than it does in Snow Leopard.

    I've had that problem in both developer previews as well. At first I didn't mind it, but the more it happens the more annoying it gets.

    I'm pretty sure I'm the only one that really likes the look of the new ical

    I actually like it too.

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  • rasmasyean
    Apr 4, 05:07 PM
    Well...at least someone from MSNBC agrees with me. :p

    In Libya, West showcases new weapons for sale
    Potential buyers from India to Brazil get to see Europe, US jets in action http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/42420553/ns/world_news-mideastn_africa/

    I woulda thought the Middle East is most interested, but I suppose any emerging markets is fair game! :D

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  • Built
    Apr 2, 09:48 PM
    This edition will be forever known as the light bleed model. Mine has it, only slightly annoying. But it certainly knocks down the resale value, almost forcing me to consider exchanging it. Also slightly annoying.

    Obviously this is just a figment of your imagination :D After all, people like that one guy here who claims to have seen 14 iPads say that this problem does not exist.

    So, quit seeing what is not there and enjoy your iPad. (facetiousness intended)

    I love Apple but these Apple apologists are quite entertaining.

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  • Lord Blackadder
    Mar 22, 03:52 PM
    The French get very annoyed about the number hanging around near the tunnel trying to sneak over.

    And we all know how much the English enjoy annoying the French. :)

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  • twoodcc
    Jan 30, 11:23 PM
    My last electric bill was $299 and change! A lot of that was because its been so damned cold (and my little old house has no insulation in the walls), colder and more snow than in many years. Folding uses power but helps with the heating :p now if I could just get those gpu's to glow a little brighter red I could turn off the furnace...

    And congrats to everyone for keeping up and making points!

    Hey, mc68k I might catch up... soon :D

    I wonder if some people have moved to other teams? Maybe they start out with us but find another team that that appeals more to them?? I've thought about jumping to Dawkins team but it would take awhile to get where I am here so I will stay, for now at least :eek:

    dang, that's a big bill! but my $190 is for a 2 room apartment!

    i think some people started to leave or just quit, and then so people thought why stay with this dead team, and then leave also. i'll probably stay with this group, but we'll see

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  • Doctor Q
    Nov 28, 12:08 PM
    ...here is a link (http://macdailynews.com/index.php/weblog/comments/11631/) to the CNN review of the zune. I wouldn't be surprised if they were payed by Apple given how it ends.Woah, that was one scathing review! Just one man's opinion, perhaps, but one that many will see.

    Apr 2, 08:41 PM
    I believe! But I'm still not buying one.

    "This is what we believe. Technology alone is not enough. Faster, thinner, lighter...those are all good things. But when technology gets out of the way, everything becomes more delightful...even magical very nice. That's when you leap forward. That's when you end up with something like this."

    Now THAT'S what I call marketing... :D

    Jan 12, 07:09 AM
    Aluminum is much harder to recycle than plastic

    Say what? It may have a higher melting point than plastic, but it's the most recyclable material out there. Plastic often can't even be used in the same application multiple times, and ends up being "downcycled" into something completely different. Wikipedia says recycling aluminum is 95% more efficient than making it from ore; recycling plastic is only 70% more efficient than making it new.

    Lord Blackadder
    Feb 22, 08:54 PM
    I also think cost is a big problem. There is an increase at the pump, and on the sticker. The VW Golf TDI, for example, starts at almost $4k more than the 2.4L 5 cylinder (four door models here). You would have to put a lot of miles on that thing to get that money back. I do agree with you on diesel vs. hybrid, as I like diesels, but it will be a hard sell here in the US. Hybrids have really taken off in this market.

    The vexing part of that is that the cost is largely artificial - i.e. taxes. Popular pickups like the Ford F-250 have been available in a diesel for years, and because they are trucks they are allowed to use diesel engines that are far more polluting and sooty than they need to be, and are tuned for torque rather than economy - meanwhile Volkswagen has to jump through flaming hoops in order to certify a diesel in its passenger cars, meeting stringent emmissions standards. And yet how many huge displacement V6/V8 diesel trucks are sold in the US each year vs diesel VWs? It's all about arbitrary regulatory nonsense.

    It's a small thing, but also in diesel's favor is the increased range you get from a tank of fuel. So while the cost savings isn't much because of the fuel tax, you still get to go farther.

    I don't think the Oldsmobile thing has that big an impact on current buyers. It was 30 years ago, after all. I do think diesels do have an image problem, though, in that most people here associate them with loud, smoke belching semis, and heavy-duty pickups.

    As I said above, I question that also. It happened thirty years ago - automotive journalists might know about it, but most car buyers don't, and the memory is continually fading.

    Apr 3, 06:10 AM
    I wasn't too stirred. It's not terrible, of course. Nothing Chiat\Day does for Apple is ever terrible. But it lacks the emotion of the iPhone 4 Facetime ad. It's a finger playing with some apps. We've seen this before. The only difference is serious piano music and a voiceover script that is pretty weak. It doesn't really hit you at the end. And they had to throw in "magical" of course. Apple's use of "magical" is as played out as Charlie Sheen's use of "winning".

    I think it's an attempt to make people feel some emotional bond with the iPad, but there isn't one. The iPhone, or any phone that people really love, becomes an emotional conduit because it allows you to communicate with the people you care about. The iPad 2 commercial showed useful apps. And that's fine. But it doesn't match up with the gravitas the announcer (and copywriter) were attempting to impart upon it. Maybe it is possible to make this connection, to bubble up these emotions, but not by just showing a finger. You have to show people using it in a compelling manner.

    Apr 2, 08:27 PM
    Hmmm... not really. I hate marketing. Nothing they say will change that. They also need to stop calling the iPad "magical". It really isn't. It's very nice, but not magical.

    Keep up that attitude and continue wondering why no one talks with you as you type on your laptop in the middle of the coffee shop across from De Anza college. Sure, you may have helped get DB2 started and you still work in a DOS window but don't blame your wife for leaving you as you worked late at night too long. How much of the money from the IPO went to family attorney and court fees?

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