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  • Dagless
    Jan 19, 07:04 PM
    I'd get one just for Zelda, Pilotwings and Starfox. But not at �230! That's ridiculous for a handheld machine that's primarily aimed at kids.

    Gotta disagree there. Nintendo's handheld systems have always had a varied library. Have you seen the launch lineup? Metal Gear Solid, Street Fighter, 2 Resident Evil games, Madden, Ridge Racer, Asphalt. Even those Zelda and Mario titles are universal. The only obvious kids title I see is Nintendogs.

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  • BlizzardBomb
    Jun 1, 10:03 AM
    I've edited the original post. I've changed "Mac Software" to just "Software". Making it more of a hybrid of the previous options.

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  • iphones4evry1
    Nov 6, 02:01 AM
    I could see it being beneficial in some cases, such as being used as an access key to identify you or to identify you as the buyer of E-tickets (but at the same time, it would allow retailers to identify you when you walk in the door; which would allow advertising conglomerates to collect even more data on you. Wait until individual aisles have readers - "Dave walked down the toothpaste aisle at Target on Saturday, November 3, at 5:13pm. On the 4th, he walked down the condom aisle at CVS at 9:59pm." :eek: :eek: :eek:

    (Seriously Folks, this RFID thing Apple is plotting might not be the best idea.
    Apple will probably try to charge retailers and advertising companies, such as
    Doubleclick (which will become like the credit bureaus of consumer data), but
    it will make George Orwell's 1984 one step closer)

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  • sarge
    Mar 25, 11:15 AM
    Yes well photos were just a fraction of the business they did w/drug stores, considering they bought a big pharma concern. From the NYTimes:

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  • vistadude
    Mar 31, 01:29 AM
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  • jabingla2810
    Dec 17, 09:01 AM
    I think there are a lot of people over thinking this.

    Its just a bit of fun.

    Some kid just probably thought it would be a laugh to make a facebook group and see what happens.... and its blown up.

    And I think its great, and shows the power of Joe Public and the internet.... but thats just my point of view.

    Plus the group has rasied loads of money for charity which is good.

    People who look at this as anything more than a bit of fun are morons.


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  • bigandy
    Oct 27, 10:30 AM
    i wish that interface was open source :rolleyes:

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  • frequeniquity
    Feb 18, 11:00 AM
    The worst thing about the picture is the amount of noise it has and the fringing by the flowers. UGH!


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  • lincolntran
    Nov 29, 11:22 AM
    Baller, $280 for that though? And you gotta do all the work yourself? Weak.

    Want everything to be done for you and hand to you on a silver plate? Weak.

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  • tigress666
    Apr 21, 03:20 PM
    Hey, I'll just say if the next iPhone is fast enough it can play games far smoother than mine (or even gets games my 4 cannot play), I'll be fully jealous and say that yeah, it is a decent upgrade for that alone.

    But it just depends on how much faster it is and how incompatible it makes my 4 for new games (if they just aim their games at the next iphone gen owners).


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  • green86
    Apr 6, 11:18 AM
    Have you ever gone to move your finger across the trackpad and find that it registered it as a tap instead? Drives me nuts.

    Maybe years ago. But when you move the cursor you tap and move your finger across the trackpad. When you tap to click you tap and lift your finger. Two different gestures. Just because you can't do it doesn't mean there arent people that can.

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  • maverick808
    Sep 1, 08:53 AM
    ...Which your ISP has kept a record of that YOU had that dynamic IP at a specific date and time. Your ISP knows when and for how long they hand out each IP address. It's called record keeping. I know which user on my LAN at my business has which DHCP given IP. It's simple historical data.

    Think RIAA and all the John/Jane Doe lawsuits

    ...Unless you spoof your MAC address, which is extremely easy to do.* Additionally, a lot of ISPs refuse to give out logs, some don't keep logs for long.* I'm on a university network just now and I know our university only keeps logs for a week.

    You can also easily just log in to any open access point and download from there if you don't want your real IP address to be known.


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  • powers74
    Jun 10, 12:34 PM
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  • TimDaddy
    Oct 6, 12:47 PM
    "There is no such thing as bad publicity."

    Off topic, but I've worked for Toyota for 13 years. I have a relative that has owned a BP station for several years. (Well, Marathon, now.) There is such thing a bad publicity. ;) But, I know, its a popular and almost true expression, I'm just being a butthead!


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  • leekohler
    May 3, 08:50 PM
    Their performance on the economy has been pretty good so far (even though prior to the recession they opposed the very banking regulations that kept Canada in decent shape coming out of the crisis). At the moment the economy seems to be the #1 priority for most people, and I guess a change in government in the middle of a recovery was not what people wanted.

    The conservatives campaigned on "we didn't want an election, we were in the middle of fixing the economy when the other parties decided to call an election, all we ask is for a majority government so that we can go back to work and fix the economy without these distractions". I think that resonated with a lot of people.

    Like I said- get ready for some very unwanted by-products. They will do everything they can to pit you against each other and divide your country on social issues- that's how they work. That's what they've done to us. Don't let them do it to you.

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  • toddybody
    May 2, 01:34 PM
    you are quickly encroaching into wild conspiracy theory territory if you think all these people/sites are making this up.




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  • ITR 81
    Oct 9, 04:49 PM
    DVD's are obviously pretty profitable or they wouldnt bother selling them, so what they are saying is if the movie companies let Apple sell movies they are gonna cut off their noses to spite their face and pull a really profitable sales line? I dont think so - ********* idiots.
    Actually not really. I use to sell them in my store.
    I'm sure they get a better deal then us but not that much better.

    Normal DVD retail is like this.
    DVD normal sells $24.95
    DVD wholesale would be around $19.95
    If I bought a case I would get them for $16.95.

    This doesn't help when Best Buy and Target and Wal-Mart sell them at 19.95 for the very first week! I'm lucky if I make 5 bucks on DVD sales...then factor in shipping costs of the DVD's.

    Selling DVD's is like selling comic books...you have to sell massive amounts of them to make any kind of money.

    I figure Target and Wal-Mart make around 3-5 bucks on each DVD they sell.
    Some folks ask us to match Wal-Marts and Targets and Best Buy pricing...but we can't normally. We can't even make any money of them now.

    I once had a DVD for sale. It was priced at 24.95. I paid 19.95 for it. I marked it down to 20.95..to move it. Guy comes in to tell me Best Buy sells the same DVD for 14.99!

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    Apr 5, 10:35 AM
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  • JackAxe
    Sep 27, 06:17 PM
    yes, my set up is very much like yours. I have 6gig RAM
    Well, Apple replace logic board, processors and memory and the problem was still there. finally they did replace the Gt card. It was great. Still pretty stable, but like I said once a week I get a kernel panic. The only thing I can think about is the GT card. I even tried the basic set up with only mouse and keyboard. Not sure what to do next.
    Once a week problem is not a bad thing. It just bad to know that the problem still there. I guess the next thing is to try to complete replace the machine or the GT card for a different model.
    I'll try to replace my 3rd party RAM, even thought I don't think it is the problem.

    Thanks for the interest.

    My friend had nothing but problems with his G5. The computer was constantly in for repairs and would spew out kernal-panics often. It ended up being a bad memory module, which was undetectable even with an extensive hardware test. The only reason he figure it out, is because he had lowned the additional RAM to a mutual friend while his G5 was in the shop for the last time.


    Mar 20, 08:08 PM
    Call or email the news desk or the editor.

    Apr 29, 11:58 AM
    The Economist, that stalwart of conservatism has this to say (http://www.economist.com/node/18620944?story_id=18620944) about the state of US transportation.

    America is known for its huge highways, but ..... American traffic congestion is worse than western Europe�s. ....More time on lower quality roads also makes for a deadlier transport network. With some 15 deaths a year for every 100,000 people, the road fatality rate in America is 60% above the OECD average; 33,000 Americans were killed on roads in 2010.

    America�s economy remains the world�s largest; its citizens are among the world�s richest. The government is not constitutionally opposed to grand public works. The country stitched its continental expanse together through two centuries of ambitious earthmoving. Almost from the beginning of the republic the federal government encouraged the building of critical canals and roadways. In the 19th century Congress provided funding for a transcontinental railway linking the east and west coasts. And between 1956 and 1992 America constructed the interstate system, among the largest public-works projects in history, which criss-crossed the continent with nearly 50,000 miles of motorways.

    But modern America is stingier. Total public spending on transport and water infrastructure has fallen steadily since the 1960s and now stands at 2.4% of GDP. Europe, by contrast, invests 5% of GDP in its infrastructure, while China is racing into the future at 9%. America�s spending as a share of GDP has not come close to European levels for over 50 years. Over that time funds for both capital investments and operations and maintenance have steadily dropped (see chart 2).

    Although America still builds roads with enthusiasm, according to the OECD�s International Transport Forum, it spends considerably less than Europe on maintaining them. In 2006 America spent more than twice as much per person as Britain on new construction; but Britain spent 23% more per person maintaining its roads.

    America�s petrol tax is low by international standards, and has not gone up since 1993 (see chart 3). While the real value of the tax has eroded, the cost of building and maintaining infrastructure has gone up. As a result, the highway trust fund no longer supports even current spending. Congress has repeatedly been forced to top up the trust fund, with $30 billion since 2008.

    Other rich nations avoid these problems. The cost of car ownership in Germany is 50% higher than it is in America, thanks to higher taxes on cars and petrol and higher fees on drivers� licences. The result is a more sustainably funded transport system. In 2006 German road fees brought in 2.6 times the money spent building and maintaining roads. American road taxes collected at the federal, state and local level covered just 72% of the money spent on highways that year, according to the Brookings Institution, a think-tank.

    Supporters of a National Infrastructure Bank�Mr Obama among them�believe it offers America just such a shortcut. A bank would use strict cost-benefit analyses as a matter of course, and could make interstate investments easier. A European analogue, the European Investment Bank, has turned out to work well. Co-owned by the member states of the European Union, the EIB holds some $300 billion in capital which it uses to provide loans to deserving projects across the continent. EIB funding may provide up to half the cost for projects that satisfy EU objectives and are judged cost-effective by a panel of experts.

    American leaders hungrily eye the private money the EIB attracts, spying a potential solution to their own fiscal dilemma.

    The upshot is that we built too much, too fast and are unwilling to pay to maintain it although we continue to build bridges and highways (http://dc.streetsblog.org/2011/04/28/third-houston-outerbelt-would-turn-prairies-into-texas-toast/) to nowhere.

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    Sep 16, 12:55 AM
    You don't need to worry a bit...
    except for the anesthesia to wear off right in the middle! :eek:

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    Jun 12, 06:57 PM
    Hi Redeye,

    I have come accross another bug, or it's my dual G5... or Atszyman is spoking me out! :mad: Like he's ever gonna catch up with me!
    This is the case: I have three folding widgets running for over a week now, no problem in that week. I have three because I want to monitor someone behind me (Atszyman) and my next overtake in front of me. But when I just looked all three widgets where on Atszyman.

    I routinely hack into your dual G5 and make sure that you get lots of Tinkers. This way I don't feel like I'm hindering the effort but I can still cripple you...:D

    Your IP address is correct?