Thursday, August 25, 2011

I Love You Poems

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  • jwhitnah
    Sep 19, 04:59 PM
    Studios are scrambling and re-evaluating there offers right now to get on board.

    I would like to see the break down. Who is buying, how many are the buying each, what are they buying? Seems to good to be true. I am skeptical. May just be a one shot thing, due to curiosity or hype. Let's see how the do their 2nd week.

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  • mrsir2009
    Apr 25, 12:36 AM
    I am with you. When I read post like this it proves to me that 16 is to young at times. I know the stupid crap I pulled when I was 16 in a car and I got some lucky breaks and still had a 400 buck repair bill for my car and 400 bucks was be getting damn luck that I did not do more damage.

    I also remember thinking I was a great driver as well. Looking back damn was I wrong. I was a very crappy driver.

    His post has multiple things that shows that he is a bad driver and beyond the legal issues of doing 20 over he clearly does not know how to speed. The lady should never of had to make a quick maneuver to get out of his way.

    As for motorcycle I learned long ago to give them a wide birth because I know they have enough jack ass to tail gate them. I will rather give them plenty of room allowing myself extra reaction time as I know they can stop faster than I can and they do not have a metal body protecting them like I do.

    Here in New Zealand the age for driving is 15, but they've upped it to 16 and are thinking of putting it up to 17 because of drivers like the OP.

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  • ely
    Oct 27, 01:29 PM
    I mentioned it in the other thread, but Apple is sponsoring a tech recycling event for schools and the public throughout Hawaii this week.

    Also, thanks for the Apple environment link. Didn't know about the 10% discount on iPods when turning in an old one. With no educational discounts on iPods anymore, that's a pretty decent deal.

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  • bdkennedy1
    Mar 30, 11:59 AM
    Microsoft is turning desperate a lot slower than I thought they would.

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  • Tommy Wasabi
    Sep 14, 08:38 AM
    Apple is NOT going to go thru the effort of putting together a special invite just to intro A2. They would lose street cred (and let's face it - they are getting a little over saturated).

    I'm a betting man - it's the new MBP - but ALSO IN A NEW FORMAT - maybe even the slate.

    Now "I'd buy that for a dollar"

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  • paintblock
    May 3, 10:47 AM
    Personally I'm a huge fan of daisy chaining. Less devices, less cables, less clutter. You just attach each device to the next.

    What is it you have an aversion to?

    That's what I was thinking, I thought the whole point of Thunderbolt was that it had so much throughput you could daisy chain as much stuff as you wanted without a drop in performance.

    The question is, was the second thunderbolt port necessary to drive two external displays, or could you daisy chain them ad infinitum like Steve Jobs thinks you should do?

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  • RMXO
    Mar 3, 05:15 PM
    In related news:

    BBC News - Android hit by rogue app viruses


    This is the downside of "Open Source". I have both Android & iP4. I have to watch what I install on my Android but not with my iP4 (The plus side to "Closed Walled Garden".

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  • Ktulu
    Sep 4, 08:00 PM
    Hmm...I think Belkin calls this 802.11n. This isn't new. Gimme a break. People are really scrounging around deep now.

    Look Apple has been keeping secrets it wants to be secret very secret for over a year now. The rumor sites have been so off this year, except for the obvious, that they'd need a power plant to get them back to being on. I'm not buying any of it. I'll be sorely disapponted if all we get is a Disney movie store, a 80GB iPod, a 23" iMac, and an array of colorful nanos. Zzzzz. Put me to sleep.

    The nano was the last buzzworthy product Apple has put out in a year (I'll spare you the MPB jokes). Apple is due with something cool; something to compete with PS3 dollars this Xmas.

    Are you insinuating that Apple should put out a gaming system to compete for PS3 dollars, or just the holiday dollars in general and right now the PS3 is the "Hot Ticket" this coming Holiday season?

    Just wondering.....:confused:

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  • cube
    Apr 23, 08:14 AM
    Yes, built-in 3G is more costly to buy, usually locked into a particular carrier (what do you mean I can't switch my 1500$ laptop to a new carrier ?) and with the Rev D's 2nd USB port being next to a display port, the "extension" cable is moot.

    So you are quite missing tons of things. The current scheme of "get a stick from your carrier" is the best as far as costs and carrier non-attachment go. I tether to my iPhone using Bluetooth anyhow, making the USB thing even more moot.

    Built-in 3G is overrated.

    If you build a laptop, you're not forced to lock it to a carrier.

    Cellular sticks suck.

    At the least, all laptops should have ExpressCard.

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  • toddybody
    Mar 22, 02:29 PM

    I just got the wife's approval to replace our satellite subscription with a mac-mini media center. If the mac mini is going to be updated within a couple of months, I'll wait for it.

    Wife said Yes

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 4, 11:57 AM
    Headshot - OUTSTANDING.

    It sounds as though he was DRT, but I hope this scumbag suffered some before his dirt nap was about to begin.

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  • unobtainium
    Apr 22, 02:25 AM
    I have no idea how this would be useful. Buffer times, connection loss, no WiFi around, these are all problems that will prevent this from working.

    What's wrong with storing music on hard drives locally?

    Yeah, my sentiments exactly. This seems pretty useless, at least for me. I can't get too excited about it.

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  • Mitch1984
    Sep 14, 12:01 PM
    I just hope they don't stick iSights in all the displays.

    I know, it would be nice, but have you ever worked in a government installation before? No photographic devices of any kind. Co-workers at my last job are stuck with PowerBooks because they can't bring a MacBook (Pro) into any area that contains classified material, and many of them have their offices in such locations. If they couldn't buy new Cinema display I'm sure they'd be even more annoyed.

    Sucked for some that had to find cell phones without a camera, too.

    I work in a government building. With ours there is a rule about cameras but it isn't strict.

    Basically they say there is a difference between holding your phone as if you're going to take a picture and holding your camera when your texting, which we're supposed to at break (unless you're a manager and you have a work phone)

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  • DJMastaWes
    Aug 29, 07:39 AM
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