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  • MacNut
    Sep 12, 01:55 PM
    Time to give it the ultimate seemless playback test, Pink Floyd "Dark Side Of The Moon":)

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  • charlituna
    Apr 13, 11:09 PM
    In other words, what we saw tonight was nowhere near the final form of the application.

    This statement has me a bit puzzled. FCP is supposed to be out in around 2 months. Are they going to rush the rest into FCP in this amount of time, or get the basics in there, then drag onto multiple updates?

    Not at all. They wanted to give folks a taste. Back in February they had enough to do that and 'locked' the current form (with perhaps some things left out on purpose) as the demo. Showed it to a select group and then saved it for last night,

    Then kept working on FCP and everything else (which has been under work for a while)

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  • Huntn
    Oct 9, 12:13 PM
    We completed the game on regular and are about 3/4 finished with the game on Heroic. All in all, it is worth playing. High points are jet packs, space combat, flying combat. Graphics/movies are awesome. I realize this is the prequel to the Halo trilogy, and as such it is worthy, but some aspects feel repetitive. I think it comes with the territory (5th game or so of a shooter series). I wish there had been more tank based combat, where it is your tank, and not hijacking one.

    Normally I like playing on "regular" and just cruising through the game enjoying the sights and encounters so I don't have a good comparison with previous Halo games, but I read that the A.I. is improved and I've noticed on Heroic, generally speaking it's not real safe hiding in a corner waiting for your health to regenerate. The baddies tend to come for you. :)

    It would have been good to see Master Chief...

    BTW, I'm playing with with my nephew. Regarding accumulated credits, he is an aggressive player who gets shot to pieces but in the end makes more kills than I do, along with lots of extra deaths. I would assume that since he has earned twice as much credit as I have, that the game only cares about kills and not kills per death? I'm more conservative focused on staying alive, so this is a little annoying. :p

    The last Halo. I need to see what Bungie is working on for the next big project. Anyone have a good link? I found this at kotaku (http://kotaku.com/5657115/halo-creators-tease-mmo-as-their-next-big-thing?skyline=true&s=i):
    Speaking at Game Developers Conference Online creative director Joe Staten hinted that Bungie's next project could feature "a world that was always there for you." Does Bungie have a shooter MMO up its sleeve?

    News update:: Halo sucks...Borderlands is a much better game ;)

    I enjoy both, so you must be picky. ;)

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  • Passante
    Nov 8, 08:30 AM
    US store is still down.

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  • pcnot4me
    Mar 2, 05:43 AM

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  • iGary
    Sep 6, 10:00 AM
    me too. Credit Card firmly in wallet until MB update comes around.

    I'm pretty much thinking MB's won't get a bump until January, but that's me. ;) they are next to last in the revision cycle as it currently has been unfolding.

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  • toddybody
    Mar 28, 01:04 PM
    I don’t know if Apple systems take takes this into account for stock distribution, but LS would be one of the last places I’d expect to find an AT&T/GSM based iPad, given the US Headquarters for AT&T Mobility 1500 feet from the mall.

    There are other stores, I like the one in North Point. Not too big and not the snobbery found at LS, IMHO. However, if you don’t have a car, I guess its kind of moot.

    So Walmart is full of obese hillbillies?

    I bought my iPad 2 at Walmart: 7 folks in line, 15 iPad 2's. Everyone was very nice. Im a 24yr old 6'2'', 190lb Systems engineer(with all my teeth)...and I shop there all the time. Dont hate...

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  • cinder
    Apr 13, 07:28 PM
    As for 'professionals' getting pissy:

    I don't think any of them care too much about the new features as much as they care about the speed updates. That's the biggest benefit for them.
    The 'quick' editing features are useful for some 'pro' edits, definitely useful for a pro-sumer.

    My best friend is an editor in a production house in Hollywood and his concern was that they didn't talk about tape workflow, video in/out cards, 3rd party support or XML-based export - among other things.

    Just the concern is that they re-built the app and added a lot of GUI and 'smart' features but they didn't say anything about the dirty nuts & bolts.

    So - it's an area of concern.

    If Apple did what they did with iMove - re-built it from the ground up and removed features (most of which were re-added in the next version)
    Well that would be a concern as the 'new' version wouldn't have support for their existing workflows.
    (not workflows like "we like to do things this way" more workflows like "because of how this was shot or because we need to export to this specific tape deck" workflows that you can't really mess with)

    It's mundane stuff to 'fans' and 'prosumers' but critical for higher end production houses.

    A lot of people (me included) were pretty annoyed when Quicktime X came out with fewer features than QT7 . . .

    As for the other reason editors might be grumpy:

    Some of their 'work' will be partially replaced by smart features.
    So they might worry that their exec sees this and gets rid of their assistant because "the software can do it!" which isn't necessarily the case.

    Professionals get grumpy when all of a sudden software allows people to do things that used to be their 'trick' exclusively.
    Old designers complain about Creative Suite, photographers complain about Photoshop/Lightroom/Aperture, music producers complain about Pro Tools and now editors will complain about Final Cut.

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  • Le Big Mac
    Sep 6, 08:19 AM
    And $999? Holy...

    Wow! That's great value. Although it looks like the edu-iMac (no bluetooth or superdrive or remote). But at least it's available for those without more money to spend.

    As for the spread between 24" and MacPro . . . good that they're reducing the gap. Give people more options!

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  • Daremo
    Nov 12, 05:17 PM
    I can totally understand his frustration. His job is to make his application better. When there is a big bug that sneaks into the application but isn't caught before the release of the app. You discover it after several people complain (and several in FB terms is probably thousands) but you can fix the problem in an hour. But then you need to wait 2-3 weeks for the application to be approved by apple. In the mean time you can't do jack **** because the app store is completely controlled by Apple. Oh and the user has to deal with the bug until Apple approves the update which at the current rate can be anywhere from a week to three weeks (or more as noted below).

    His job is made harder because of Apple's BS. Why would you want your job to be harder than it needs to be? Of course you don't want your job to be harder. So why say that his job should be any different than your own.

    Nevermind the other developers out there like Cerulean Studio's who haven't heard a single peep from Apple about their Trillian app for the iPhone for over 3 months. THREE MONTHS.

    It's pretty clear that while one developer has the capability to be reassigned to better things, not all developers are. As a result he chose to make his life easier. Others can't, but my guess is that if they had the choice they too would switch away from the App Store.

    Look at Steven Frank (from Panic) who tried to ditch the iPhone for philosophical reasons as well. He wasn't able to leave. But my guess is his success rate would be higher now with the newer Android devices (Droid and Droid Eris/Hero).

    This isn't just one developer having problems. It's a LOT of big developers who are seeing issues. meanwhile more fart apps, flashlight apps and trash are loaded up on the store for no good reason. But those who actually want to make your life easier are getting nothing but grief (or in the case of Cerulean Studios' NOTHING).

    Look at the bigger picture is what I'm saying.

    I seem to remember though, the initial wait was 2 weeks, but when the app had errors, and resubmitted, Apple jumped on the fixes, and knocked them out pretty quickly, within a day of each submission. I may be wrong here, but I don't think I am.

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  • justaregularjoe
    Oct 13, 05:53 PM
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    I hate to impose and I don't want to come across as creepy, but I was wondering if you could draw up a rough schematic of your room; I love the layout.

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  • Digitalclips
    Jun 28, 02:07 PM
    Who wants to be touching a vertically standing screen all the time, that's tiring!

    But of the screen is laid down so you can play it like a piano keyboard ... :)

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  • Squonk
    Nov 7, 09:44 AM
    Maybe they won't be 100% compliant, but unless something earth shattering happens before 802.11n is finalized, I'd expect that many draft-n products could be made compatible with equipment using the the final standard, with little more than a firmware change.

    And wasn't 802.11g still in the draft stage when it was introduced in the AirPort Extreme? (Extreme was introduced on January 7, but 802.11g was not ratified until June 2003.)

    That is something I've been wondering - what is the approval process like for these standards? Specifically, why does this take so long for approval?

    I think its great that Apple is putting the pre-N capable hardware in to the iMac's, MP and MBP already just awaiting a pre-N capable base station to make it fly. Oooh - maybe they will intro this in November to have a sale on one for Black Friday? Steve, how about it?

    Certainly the pre-n stuff will be turned on in January for the iTV intro. Here's a thought - so will there be MB and MM update prior to iTV so that the entire line will have pre-n hardware and be capable of communicating to the iTV at full tilt speeds? I'm guessing so!

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  • NT1440
    Mar 10, 11:01 PM
    I do understand ... very clearly

    we do not need to cut corners on things like Helicopters by hanging onto ancient machines like the Sea King Helicopters or as they are known ..."flying coffins"


    What aggression does Canada have to defend itself against? Or are you in the mindset that you guys should be imperialistic like us?

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  • mrweirdo
    Oct 29, 01:31 AM
    Just my luck I was gona take my macbook in for RSD tomorrow to get the heatsink replaced and now they come out with this fix. There is defiantly something wrong with the hardware though(i believe the heatsink has burned through some of the wires) besides the random shutdown when my system is at idle my fans will kick in suddenly at full speed then run for about a minute that fast or sometimes cut out completely then start up again. Something that it never did before rsd developed.

    I bet if i take it in tomorrow they will just tell me to apply this update which does nothing to solve the damage that has already been done to my macbook. My guess this is a fix apple has done to get them out of the 1 year warranty period were the macbook will then develop further hardware problems. Then you will have to pay out of pocket to get it fixed unless you buy apple care. Also this temporary patch helps them sell more apple care subscriptions.

    All i can say is i better not have hardware issues after my year is up or I'm done with apple :(

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  • Doylem
    Mar 4, 09:38 AM
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    Nice... though maybe it's the sculptor I should be complimenting...

    With that dynamic pose, I'd be tempted to clone out the stand at the bottom...

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  • smileyborg
    Mar 28, 08:24 PM
    I bet tickets are being scalped alongside iPad 2s now :p

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  • techwarrior
    Nov 13, 11:54 AM
    Interesting...perhaps this developers whining got somebody's attention at Apple, 3.03 is available on App Store... very short list of enhancements... "Bug Fixes" and "Japanese/Chinese Localization".

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  • Unspeaked
    Sep 22, 02:59 PM
    This is just a business being a business. Get over it.

    You don't think Apple gives special placement certain bands and/or labels on the iTunes music store? You think it's just as easy to find "Joe Smith's Indie Band" as it is to stumble upon U2's latest single?

    Walmart is probably threatening these companies with diminished advertising and product placement. I doubt they have any intention of removing DVDs from their stores.

    In fact, I doubt this story is even true, but that's another matter.

    The sad fact of the matter is, the studios have no choice but to comply. Record labels and movie studios already fold and release special "Walmart" versions of certain items just to get them in the front door, because in this day and age, something as simple as the absence from Walmart's shelves is enough to make a CD or DVD's failure all but inevitable.

    But again, this isn't David vs. Goliath, as someone amusingly said. This is a $200 billion company vs. a $65 billion company.

    I won't be looking for the Kleenex.

    Dec 1, 10:35 PM
    One reason seldom mentioned is people who like a dozen or two Beatles songs but because they are spread across 10 different albums have never bought the CDs.

    Now they can buy (just) the songs they like. And I did. (Bought 12 last night and will probably get another 5 or 10.)


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    Taz Mangus
    Apr 15, 01:11 PM
    Are you serious? Maybe you're new here? Apple fans are 2 steps shy of being brainwashed cult members and its no secret to anyone that Apple's hype/marketing department is probably the strongest weapon in their arsenal. They are very adept at pushing their products.

    Pretty much can be said about Windows fans, Android fans or RIM fans. I love it when someone throws out the brainwashing argument.

    People I know switched to using Macs because they used the product and felt that it was easier to live with then Windows. Just last night my wife was telling me about how one of her co-wokers had bought a first generation iPad for their spouse. They loved it so much they ended up buying the second generation iPad. I guess they were brainwashed into buying the second iPad. User experience had nothing to do with it. The co-worker must have been lying about liking the product, they simply wanted to waste their hard earned money on another iPad because the Apple marketing machine told them to do so. Yes, advertising works thats why it exists. Present your product in an appealing way so that people will know about it, go check it out and possibily but it. There is a reason why Apple has a 14 day return/no stocking fee policy. Ever wondered why the Apple stores are always packed with people trying out the products before they buy it. It is more then wanting to own a "cool" product as you put it.

    Are Macs perfect, NO. I switched over to using Macs in 2001 because I felt Apple offered me a better user experience then the alternative. Part of that user experience is how the computers are put together, not looking like some chimp did the work. The other part was how I could unbox he computer, plug it in and I was up and running in a matter of minutes, network setup and all. There are other parts of the user experience like the customer support and how seamless the hardware and software work together. Not to mention the included software at no extra cost. Best of all is not having to worry about the *possibility* of getting a virus or spyware. Notice how I used the word possibility.

    And lest I forget, there is the added benefit of how Mac products hold there value over time.

    Aug 19, 12:32 AM
    How come it is extremely imporbable and unlikely?
    They presented there script against a mac because the mac strives on the claim that they are the safest pc out there.
    They said in there interview they targeted the mac because they hate the commercials.

    Explain how that makes there presentation poor.

    Simply put, by presenting the hack with a MacBook they made it appear as though the MacBook had a fatal flaw that was inherent to the system and they were poor at presenting this flaw as a problem with a particular third-party wireless card.
    The addition of their complaining about the commercial made they appear as though they had a vendetta and a bias which security researchers should avoid. The flaw should have been presented with a multitude of systems, including the Mac, to show how the flaw affected Windows and the Mac, and they should have been more clear about the addition of a third-party USB wireless device as well as their tweaking of OSX's settings.
    They went for a flashy presentation and got fried by it.

    Jan 11, 04:19 PM
    I think they mean something along the lines of all the rats are jumping ship, and heading over the mac way. somethings in he air
    Something in the air..... yeah, that's people's PCs being chucked out of the window at the news of great new Macs :p

    Or perhaps we're finally going to get those flying cars we were promised for year 2000.

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