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  • ju5tin81
    Sep 12, 07:26 AM
    The main thing is... (For me anyway) is the ability to burn a film to DVD....

    It'll be hard to make an impulse purchase on a new film, that I can only watch on my Mac, or, until I spend a few hundred quid buying a new iPod or wireless streaming gizmo for my telly... (Something I'd prefer not to do)

    Can we please burn them so we can watch films on normal DVD players!

    Just like iTunes does with CD's. (Don't mind if there is a restriction on numbers that can be burnt etc. Only gonna do it once.)

    Also, aren't laptop HD's gonna need to grow up to accomodate all this media? A desktop, easy, get an external, but I'd like me (New MacBook) laptop to be attachment free!

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  • SevenInchScrew
    Nov 14, 05:07 PM
    About the footsteps issue, while you may not hear someone else, your own footsteps are almost deafening now. I take the Ninja perk just to NOT hear my own footsteps.
    Right, and that was what made it so good in MW2. You were super quiet, and could hear everyone else much better because of that. Now in Black Ops, while your own movements are certainly much quieter with Ninja, everyone else running around makes basically no noise, regardless of their Green perk. Because of that, no one HAS to use Ninja, and can still run around all stealthy, stabbing or shooting you in the back.

    In MW2, you could easily hear people coming if you were paying attention, and get a jump on them. In Black Ops, since you can't hear anyone, ever, the game is a constant battle of internet connection and reflexes. What happens now is, you and an enemy both, surprisingly, come around a corner to face each other. What ensues is each person wildly spraying bullets until one of you falls over dead. That isn't very fun.
    A new update or patch will be welcome, and I look forward to playing the game despite it's problems. Good fun.
    I agree. Even though there are a few issues I have with the game, and a couple are close to game-breaking, the game has a lot of fun in it. With a good update/patch, it could be great.

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  • Cromulent
    Apr 12, 05:25 PM
    Apple needs to play catch up by adding some features to OSX.

    What particular features is Mac OS X missing that Windows 7 has?

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  • gekko513
    Nov 16, 04:40 PM
    If AMD has cheaper chips than Intel that also fully support Rosetta and all that (SSE3), then I may see it happening.


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  • arn
    Oct 2, 04:39 PM
    The problem is that I don't see how it can be iTunes compatible without Apple's involvement. (See above post on Real Harmony). iTunes will only query ITMS for validating a DRMed file, not DoubleTwist or Amazon. Without iTunes things get a lot less compelling.


    perhaps true... but depends on how it works. if it's just tied to an email address, if they can encode that same email address into the files, it would probably work. Alternatively, it could also mean that someone could come out with a non-iTunes media player that doesn't validate against a server.


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  • Coolerking
    Sep 12, 08:34 AM
    I can hear it now "By the way, Macbooks and Macbook Pro's now come with Core 2 Duo Processors...Now on with the show!"

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  • citizenzen
    May 5, 05:38 PM
    Uh huh- then what? Get our neighboring countries to do the same?

    I guess it's a good thing that I've given up hope that America will give up it's gun obsession.

    Since as you say, there are no possible solutions. :rolleyes:

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  • Lyra
    Aug 1, 02:50 PM
    First of all, I do live in Sweden. (born and bred). Secondly, my comment shouldn't be taken too seriously.
    I don't know where are from, but my guess is that you never been close to scandinavia. If you had done some traveling you would know that all countries have to live with their own moronic politicians for better or worse.

    Hmmm, hvad skal det betyde? F�r du siger noget skulle du t�nke dig om, ik?;)

    I am stationed in Denmark, and have been since Bush became President...

    I do know what it means to be in Scandinavia and yes, I deal with your politicians quite a bit... So, don't get me started.

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    Apr 4, 11:09 AM
    I had a macbook and an xbox (original) stolen among other, smaller electronics items, etc.

    My experience is one of your "good" neighbors is involved. In my case one of the kids of the family I lived next to (On Mercy blvd. in Savannah, GA) had broken in to my home, then split the goods between himself, another adult neighbor (who I knew was a shadeball), and a third kid.

    Long story short, I intimidated the kid into spilling the beans, had the cops take his statement, and suprise, suprise... the next day he had been beaten up (comfirming that he had indeed told the truth). now he didn't say "X did this", he said "well I saw X walking away about that time" and all you can get out of that is a police visit a few days later.

    I never did get the macbook back, but like you... I located my xbox, and like you I got no response from the police, or more accurately an unwillingness to act unless there was an airtight case. But I did get it back. Plausible deniability works both ways, and I'm sure if the thief was running through the woods he could have dropped it or stashed it outside your house or any number of other scenarios where you legally recovered it from your own property with a whole array of the thief's prints (which won't really do you much good anyway, since they can always say they "came across it" and didn't move it for fear of getting "in trouble"). In the end you probably should have just knocked on the door and posed as a salesman or something to get in the house to visually identify the unit, then forcibly retrieved it. Now that he's remote, without MS's help you are SOL. Sorry, I feel your pain.

    P.S. If you have any trouble with the police failing to pursue leads that should be, I'd recommend contacting your Alderman.

    P.P.S. Incidently I found out that the 13 year old "good kid" burned downed a nearly complete battered women's shelter 2 years earlier, and he got off that (no charges file) for plausible deniability as well. Police are nearly useless unless you need some paperwork filed or a statement taken unless there is a dead body involved.


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  • tvguru
    Sep 12, 08:22 AM
    The links from that iTunes Videos thing DO NOT point to any movies. They point to iPod versions of movie trailers. It's just a consolidation of the current content.

    But saying that doesn't matter because people aren't reading the thread.

    LOL Chundles, looks like your the ring leader for the evening. :p

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  • citizenzen
    Apr 17, 10:14 PM
    We should add left handed history ahead of gay history ...

    Last night I was watching a program called The Real King's Speech, a documentary on Prince Albert's/King George VI's struggle to deal with his speech impediment.

    At least twice it was mentioned that he was born left-handed and forced by his father (with regression therapy perhaps?) to use his right hand.


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  • rcandre2
    Jul 21, 03:13 PM
    Apple Apple Apple... or should I say Steve Steve Steve...

    What you are doing right now is what a psychologist would call "diverting." You are simply trying to take away the focus of your own iPhone 4's faults and place everyone's attention on other brands that we do not care about. You admitted you screwed up (congratulations, that is a great first step). Now it is time to take another baby step and fix the problem... your problem... the iPhone 4.


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  • gangzoom
    Mar 17, 05:49 PM
    I get the opposite, every one I know these days seem to have a iPhone, or Mac..i've been using Macs since the days of the MacPlus, and remember the the time when people use to stare at me blankly when i tried to explain to them why my computer running system 6.5 cannot run "PC" programs :p

    Personally I much preferred it when Apple had no market share :cool: I miss the days of Ramdoubler, conflicting extensions, apple file exchange and overpriced SCSI drives :)

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  • marclapierre13
    Nov 14, 06:16 PM
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  • jbuck777
    Apr 16, 03:00 AM
    iPhone did nothing new. It just took some popular features and combined them. It was more of a game changer due to it being made by apple.

    I think you should go watch the keynote of 2007... the iPhone's introduction. I watched it the other day cause I had a little too much time to kill and felt like seeing where we came from.

    You don't realize just how incredible the iPhone is until you look back at what we came from.... go ahead, watch it.

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    Apr 27, 01:46 PM
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  • jbanger
    Apr 9, 12:18 AM

    sony nex5 double lens kit

    not as impressive as some of the other recent camera purchases, but i'm happy nevertheless

    i've been eyeing this off for a couple of months now and by chance noticed a major price discount on a major electronic chain's website yesterday morning

    jumped in the car and went straight down and they had to honour the price which was well below cost :D

    best part was the dude that sold it to me rang his wife as i was leaving telling her to come in and buy one as it was cheaper than what he could get it for himself, lol, and then reported the website misprint

    Oct 18, 02:30 PM
    HD DVD is the superior platform. After perusing their specs a bit closer I find that:

    1. There are more mandatory features in HD DVD players. Ethernet, secondary Audio and Video decoders, persistent storage that must play a certain amount of 1080p content at a given bitrate, Dolby TrueHD support is mandatory. Sure Blu-Ray can add these but they don't mandate them so as of today only one BD player(The pioneer) will come with ethernet.

    2. Less DRM- HD DVD has AACS 128-bit encryption. Blu-Ray has the same but tosses in BD+ and ROM Mark. BD+ could prove to be problematic and gives too much power to studios.

    3. Legacy support- Most people don't know but the current "flipper" Combo discs (DVD on one side HD on the other) are giving way to Twin Format discs which contain a DVD layer and HD DVD layer on the same side. This means disc art comes back but you still have the legacy support. Currently right now it's two layer so you can do 15GB/4.7GB discs. Three Layer discs are being tested by the DVD Forum for inclusion to the spec. This would allow for 30/4.7 or 15/9.4 discs. Sure legacy support sounds stupid but how many minivans and cars have DVD players as standard or optional equipment? It'll be a long time before you get HD in the car. Twin Format HD DVD will ensure you can view your movie on millions upon millions of players.

    The networking features of HD DVD will impress people. HDi interactivity allows you to tap into the net for updates to trailers and bios. Or you can create a "playlist" of favorite scenes and send this to friends who own the same disc for playback. Voice annotations of scenes is possible as well. The key here is that the annotations or playlists contain syncing information for the disc. You never have to copy the actual movie content. The ethernet port on the HD DVD players can access your network using industry standard protocol.

    We're all computer people and we should all be asking why we have to spend $1500 on a pioneer BD player to get network connectivity that is available on a $400 HD DVD player. Things that make you say hmmmmmmmm

    May 4, 03:04 PM
    The bill and its proposed draconian penalties is just ridiculous.

    On the other hand, Dr. Choi should tend to the physical and mental well-being of his patients, and stop trying to play safety nanny. Sorry, but I find his arguments unconvincing, and if a busybody doctor starting quizzing me about safety practices around my home, I'd tell him to F off.

    You do understand that Dr Choi is a pediatrician, don't you?

    Not asking about a child's physical environment, seems almost criminal in my mind. We put plugs in the outlets, child proof caps on medicines, child proof latches on cupboards, get rid of sharp edged furniture, require child safety seats in vehicles... I honestly don't see why a pediatrician should not concern himself with all aspects of a child's safety.

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    Electro Funk
    Oct 28, 10:06 PM
    They may think it's cracked, but they'll find that things like the tuning tables for Logic's software instruments are all out of tune rendering the instruments useless. I'll guess that there are many other subtle little things the developers do to purposely screw up Logic Pro when it's not run with the actual XSkey (dongle), even if someone attempts to use a virtual dongle as a substitute. I'm glad they do because it keeps the value in my investment.

    you might be right ... im not sure... but this led me to do some more research and it appears that someone has it working... i wont post a link because it concerns piracy but this is one of his quotes...

    "you can get to all the pro features in this one, just unforutnately not easily :s

    For stuff like a SMPTE time ruler and big SMPTE transport display, you have to open an autoload with them already in the project. Same goes for project manager - you have to open an autoload (or just a normal project) with the project manager as a screenset. The reason this is different is with the 7.1 version, you get all the pro features just not the ways to get to them (hence me going on about shells and cores all the time).

    So far, ive managed to get everything working the same as Pro except some key commands, and there doesnt seem to be an aliasing feature.

    It looks like theres workarounds for everything, its just finding them. Eventually ill post up a project with all the missing Pro features in so everyone can just pick and choose what they want to use for their autoload.

    The Plug-ins thing is kinda annoying, but im starting to get that to work as well. Basically, to get the instruments, you just have to do a bit of renaming and copying in the Contents>Resources folder if you open up the Logic Pro package - it reads all the instruments from there. You will see an EXS24 but it will show up as an EXS24P due to Express, so you can just install a standalone EXS24 using the installers that are all over the place and it will recognise it."

    again... maybe he is ********ting, but many, many people were commenting after several of his posts thanking him for helping them get a fully functional express copy with all the pro features working for them as well...

    Looks like you have to jump through many many hoops to get everything working, but he seems to have done it...

    for what its worth, i dont condone this...

    Jan 10, 06:48 PM
    What are your predictions for this years MacWorld?

    A lot of whining on these forums the second they reopen.

    Other than that certainty:

    MacBook Pro update - maybe new enclosure
    Mac Mini update ( minor and silent )
    Some major new product ( i.e., ultra mobile laptop )
    iPhone SDK ( crippled, of course )

    I'm hoping for new mouse

    Hopefully not a long iPhone related presentation borefest

    Oct 1, 04:12 PM
    But England moreso than other regions. The notion has been fully internalized by the population at large.
    You're just making history up. There is no allodial title to land in US law.
    So what's your theory about why the American Colonists got so uppity? Yes, we do not have formal allodial title, but cultural attitude is that we do (or at least a close proximity), and insofar as we don't it's more a matter of "protection money" than "belongs to the government". Tell an American his government "owns" his property and he'll laugh at you.
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