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bull shark eating. Bullhead Sharks
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  • bedifferent
    Mar 27, 01:22 AM
    It never ceases to amaze me how MacRumors threads become marred with personal insults and disrespect… and over computers and OS's…





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  • nunes013
    Mar 25, 10:34 PM
    maybe they will release it in late july instead of late august like snow leopard. does anyone remember how much leopard cost. snow leopard wasnt really a new OS. just a speed bump from leopard so thats why it was $30. i just want to get an idea of what they price lion at because i heard $120 a while ago.





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  • Sharks breed by internal



  • Eidorian
    Aug 26, 05:50 PM
    Anyone know of benchmarks comparing the core duo with the core 2 duo?http://guides.macrumors.com/Merom#Benchmarks





    bull shark eating. savaging a ull shark in a
  • savaging a ull shark in a



  • Reach9
    Apr 11, 05:22 PM
    Ah, so most of the stuff on Android is "better" only because it's on a bigger screen? :rolleyes:

    So if Apple came out with a 6" iPhone, that would make it better than Android, right?



    And the navigation app I purchased houses all the map data on the device and doesn't rely on a data connection to operate. Unlike Android's stock navigation.



    Um, how about the entire OS?



    There are also people (like me) who prefer not to carry something the size of an old-school Palm Pilot in their pocket.

    Clearly you missed out how Multitasking, and Notification system is better. And yes, size does matter. If Apple came out with a 4" phone it would be amazing, but still wouldn't be better than Android unless they fix issues like notification system.

    Good for you, i like the fact that I don't have to buy an expensive app for something which comes free on another device. But here's the deal, for argument sake i didn't count apps from the App Store or Android App Store. So the stock application Maps on the iPhone is completely premature compared to the Google navigation on an Android.
    You're just proving my point.

    Right Android based their OS from iOS. But they have surpassed iOS in regards to usability as a smartphone.
    When Steve Jobs announced iOS in 07, he said that the OS was 5 years ahead of it's time. Well, he definitely proved it, but 4 years later there are amazing OS around, definitely isn't ahead of its time anymore.

    I believe not all the Android phones are massive, you don't have to generalize. The following picture should make things clear:
    http://4ucellphone.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/iphone-4-samsung-galaxy-s-htc-desire-screen-size-compare-580x365.jpg

    iPhone 4. Samsung Galaxy S. HTC Desire.

    I think the point you're missing is that i can also enjoy these features you're stating with my iPod Touch, and i'll still be able to enjoy the true smartphones, the Android phones.
    Anyway, this is my own opinion, you can keep your fanboy perspective as well. Like i said, we don't have to agree.

    Who knows? Maybe iOS 5 and iPhone 5 will surprise us all (in a good way). And then i won't be switching.





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  • superfula
    Apr 6, 10:53 AM
    Since you have no clue how the sandy bridge airs will perform, I'll take your statement as FUD.

    Of course we do. The integrated graphics card will perform just as poorly as every other Sandy Bridge processor because it's the same.





    bull shark eating. Sharks: May 2008
  • Sharks: May 2008



  • mccldwll
    Apr 27, 08:34 AM
    I think it was not a bug, nut data waiting to be sent to Apple for profit generating purposes.


    Well........in Full of's case, nut data certainly was accurate.





    bull shark eating. Shark attacks tarpon by Skyway.
  • Shark attacks tarpon by Skyway.



  • Metatron
    Nov 28, 11:38 PM
    Actually, they do. They also got paid on every blank tape sold when cassettes were big. I think it is crazy for everyone to think that the music industry is greedy when it getting squeezed out of all of their revenue streams. So, Apple makes hundreds of millions off of their back on the itunes site, and a billion off of iPod sales, and they cannot share in the wealth?

    It doesn't cost the consumer any more, why wouldn't you want the people who actually make the music you are listening to get compensated?

    This debate is stale. People want something for nothing.

    You my friend, sound like a socialist...





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  • SC68Cal
    Sep 18, 11:12 PM
    I went ahead and bought my MacBook Pro because I can't do my schoolwork without a laptop. So, I'm really not paying much attention these days about future announcements :)





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  • portishead
    Apr 5, 04:46 PM
    I can't wait. Exciting times for FCP editors!





    bull shark eating. Bull Shark
  • Bull Shark



  • SevenInchScrew
    Aug 5, 10:14 AM
    ...its as if the developers actively tried to suck all the enjoyment out of the series.
    My thoughts exactly. The original GT was the game that got me started with the PlayStation brand, and sadly it is GT5 that will be causing the end of that connection. What started off as an amazing RACING game has slowly evolved into something that just does not interest me in the slightest.





    bull shark eating. ull shark teeth
  • ull shark teeth



  • philbeeney
    Aug 5, 07:11 PM
    Here, let me show you the art and science of rumoring (http://www.misterbg.org/AppleProductCycle/), Apple-style.

    Now that is so true to life. :D





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  • a Zambezi (Bull) shark can



  • Westside guy
    Aug 11, 11:50 PM
    What sjo wrote seem quite accurate. Cells are extremly common here. It has become so common that cellphones nowdays are almost considered as a anti-status symbol. Poor people cant "afford" a land line.

    I'm old enough to remember that cell phones became the norm in much of what used to be known as Eastern Europe based on simple economics. In many former Soviet-bloc countries the telephone infrastructure was spotty or even non-existent, and setting up cellular phone networks was a heck of a lot cheaper than laying new phone lines all over the countryside.

    Of course that's not particularly relevant to Western Europe market penetration; but it does explain how cell phones are so prevalent Europe-wide.





    bull shark eating. The Bull Shark
  • The Bull Shark



  • bretm
    Apr 10, 11:10 AM
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    It's not like they threatened anyone. They likely went to the organizers and said "We'd like to make a really cool announcement at your event but we'd need most of your presentation and sponsorship space to do it." SuperMeet said sure, Apple paid, and here we are. It's not like the other sponsors didn't get their money back (I'm assuming.)
    The other presenters just had to toss months of planning out the window and scramble to reschedule events w/less than a weeks notice during the industry's biggest annual convention. Hopefully the members of the audience that signed up to see the original line-up will be able to make it to all the reschedule events and, on top of that, everyone going to the SuperMeet has now paid money for tickets to what is nothing more than an Apple PR event.

    Dick move by Apple but all will be forgiven as long as they release the holy grail of editing on Tuesday. If they preview 'iMovie Pro' lord help them...


    He is asked if he will update his editing studio's workflow to the new Final Cut, and he basically danced around the question, pleaded the 5th, and made it pretty clear that he is holding back some reservations about how the industry will adapt to the changes.

    To be fair to Mark (the head of Post at Bunim/Murray) there really isn't anything he could say due to the NDA. Just because what he saw of the new FCP might not lead him to believe it would work in Bunim/Murray's current workflow doesn't mean it might not be awesome for someone else's work flow. It was a tough spot for Mark to be in and I'm not exactly sure why he even kicked off the meeting with "I was there, but don't ask me about it because I'm under NDA". He could've never even have brought it up and it wouldn't have altered the course of the conversation at all.


    Lethal

    So Avid, Adobe and Canon spent 10 months preparing for a lecture at a FCP users group? And a FCP users group was going to be their main/only avenue for presentation? I think not. This is just another spot they will advertise at during NAB. I'm sure Avid will be at Adobe and Adobe at Avid user groups. FCP just decided to present at NAB at the last second and this was their only in.





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  • of man-eating bull sharks.



  • sparkleytone
    Mar 26, 08:42 AM
    The first time this thought crossed my mind was when I first used WriteRoom, to write a paper. Many seem to think (and Apple has intimated as much) that Full Screen Apps originated from iOS. I think this is wrong. I think Apple first thought about these with WriteRoom, which is why Pages was the first App to get the Full Screen treatment.

    Combining it with the new form of spaces is a genius move though.

    The idea has definitely been around for a while, but it�s the details of the *implementation* that make it so refreshing. I love and use Spaces, but as it stands in SL it�s just not a feature for every user. Mission Control + Full-screen apps very much is.

    Yet another unimpressive "major" update to an O/S that's showing it's age and irrelevance.

    Yet another complaint post that shows its originator�s lack of knowledge regarding the subject being commented on.

    Compared to the iDevice world, the computer side of Apple has ground to a halt.

    Just�false.

    Enough!! Combine MacOS and iOS already!!! The transition is so painfully slow, would someone else in tech get off their lazy ass and prod these guys to move a LITTLE quicker?!?

    How is this possibly a good idea? Their shells are completely different because they�re targeted at completely different UI paradigms. The underpinnings are generally comparable already, but to argue that they need to be merged is just asinine.





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  • with our ull shark,



  • Astro7x
    Apr 10, 09:29 PM
    I'm a little confused...why was Avid presenting at a Final Cut Pro User Group's meeting anyway? Do they just come in and are like "Hey, you've all made a mistake!" or something?

    I went to a FCPUG meeting where Adobe demoed CS5 right when it was coming out. It was nice being able to see the software in use and ask somebody questions. Not everbody is an Apple fanboy.


    It needs to come with a 27 inch multi-touch surface to use as the primary work surface, with my current 27 inch monitor as the head-up dual-monitor (input-output-view).

    This is long overdue. If apple won't make it, AVID should. ASAP! :)

    And for all us professionals, price is not an issue. We want it to be expensive, and so nice that people will rent out facilities.

    Bring it on Apple!

    This would be the perfect gifts for the pro-world, after helping you back from bankruptcy, remember dear Apple?

    Best,
    Jon M.

    Hahahahaha... prepare for disappointment.


    Aww, give them a break, they're probably just trying to keep with the 90's design of the UI. :D

    Honestly, the website totally sucks. Looks like a get-rich-quick advertisement site. They might be FCP pros, but they know amateur HTML.

    To be honest, the majority of the people that attend the local FCPUG meetings I go to are old school editors that do just that, edit. I'd also say that the demographic skews more towards freelancers.





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  • dernhelm
    Aug 7, 04:11 PM
    Maybe not in a client type computer but it exists in Windows Server 2003 and it is called Volume Shadow Copy.

    Of curse it doesn't look as nice !

    You're the closest so far, except that it is by turns both not as sophisticated as a Snapshot, and in some sense more sophisticated. A snapshot allows you to "capture" the current state of a disk at a particular point in time - further new updates do not impact the snapshot. This assures a consistent backup as of a given point in time. This is not what Apple is doing here, as they are simply storing the old version of the file on the backup system.

    However, in Time Machine, "snapshots" are not deliberate actions, they occur everytime something is changed. It would be tedious/near impossible to restore your entire disk back to a certain known good point using Time Machine - but that's a SysAdmin thing. It is almost simplicity itself to restore a given file or set of files back to what they were 30 minutes ago. And that is something that "everyman" needs a lot. If your choices are your current corrupt version, or the version as of the last snapshot, that is often a choice between bad and worse.





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  • maclaptop
    Apr 11, 04:51 PM
    Where are all these bs claims coming from? Why wouldn't Apple release it in June as always?

    I believe there are several factors at work causing this most likely time frame.

    1) The effects of Japans disaster on parts supply.
    2) Internal issues at Apple regarding more than one model being undecided.
    3) Final touches being added to iOS5

    Frankly I'd rather have a delay if it meant that Apple's going to make this one their best, most well debugged iPhone to date.

    Their is no substitute for excellent final checks through quality control.





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  • baby ull shark he caught



  • gibbz
    Apr 27, 08:20 AM
    Wow. That's surprising. This whole time people downplayed it because there was no evidence that apple was actually transmitting this data. It wasn't a big deal because the db file was local only. Now when Apple addresses it they had to not only admit that the file exists but that they actually were transmitting data.

    Ah well, still not a big deal. :p

    It is not surprising (http://images.apple.com/legal/sla/docs/iphone.pdf) (pdf).





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  • and releasing ull sharks



  • iMacThere4Iam
    Mar 31, 10:09 PM
    They all gripe and moan about Apple, then they all copy Apple. Gripe some more, copy some more. And on it goes...





    mrsir2009
    Apr 6, 01:10 PM
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    I have a 13" ultimate of the current generation. The limiting factor for me is the graphics, not the processor. so going to sandy bridge with the intel 3000 would be a less appealing machine for my uses than the current model. It's really too bad the sandy bridge macs are tied to those garbage integrated graphics.

    ...Or scummy ATI. I love the NVIDIA in my Core2Duo MBP :D





    Rodimus Prime
    Apr 27, 02:43 PM
    They're not. The proper file is flat. I downloaded and opened the PDF from the White House. Flat in both Illustrator and Photoshop, just one group on one layer... and no security on the PDF. No embedded fonts.

    This is a fraud.

    could be you 2 are using different version of Illustrator or have different settings on them.
    I have only played with Illustrator/ photohop ect but I would not be surprised that it could automatically being doing that when you open the file trying to detected Text and signatures and giving you the ability to remove/move them easily for editing purposes.

    Hell I while I was working I scanned in a document and used software to pull of my signature and save it so i could easily attached it to other documents I was emailing out. Mind you some security got embeded in the file when I was putting it on other PDFs.

    could be any number of reasons.





    mrholder
    Apr 6, 04:37 PM
    Was considering a Xoom, but purchased a brand new 1st gen iPad a couple of days ago through the Verizon sale. Couldn't resist the price. Plus, can't see spending money on new content for the Xoom when I have tons of content that I've purchased through itunes.





    Chundles
    Jul 20, 09:21 AM
    No I think you are confused. :) I meant "Is having more cores, lets say 8, more efficient than one big core equal in processing power to the 8 cores?"

    Well next time say what you mean. It makes more sense. ;)





    NebulaClash
    Apr 27, 08:11 AM
    5. Can Apple locate me based on my geo-tagged Wi-Fi hotspot and cell tower data?

    No. This data is sent to Apple in an anonymous and encrypted form. Apple cannot identify the source of this data.

    So while it is true that the iPhone does note Wi-Fi locations in your general area, and thus it does "track" you in that sense, it is only on your Mac that this information can actually track you. The information sent to Apple is anonymized, and thus not trackable to you.

    Apple is NOT tracking you. Your phone creates a database that could track you IF SOMEONE HAS ACCESS TO YOUR MAC. But if that happens, they already know everything there is to know about you anyway and have no need to check your Wi-Fi database. They've got your Address Book info, your bank site links and cookies, your email, your personal letters, etc.

    The only reason to slam Apple is for not culling this local database. Now they will. But Apple was NEVER tracking you. Apple is not lying when they say that.



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