Monday, May 30, 2011

sunset love kiss

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  • love kiss under the open sky in sunset


  • Poolo
    Apr 25, 10:34 PM
    Oh sweet. Looks really good, can always do with a bigger screen!!




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  • Couples-love-kiss-romantic


  • balamw
    Apr 28, 07:37 PM
    I first started a new project in order to avoid confusion and made some changes, the result is what I think " a working timer " with start, stop and reset buttons.


    Maybe now you can go back and realize that you could have saved yourself and the rest of us a lot of time and effort by adhering to the recommendations from the links I posted. (Seriously, read them.)

    Be specific. Be complete. Post complete, compilable code that demonstrates your problem. (If you need to, make a separate toy app, divide and conquer).

    This is part of the "step back" that everyone was telling you to do early on, and is a basic skill for all kinds of troubleshooting. By breaking down the problem and explaining it to someone else you will often get an epiphany of your own. Like:
    If I see the code now it seems a bit obvious why the timer never stopped before.
    If the solution was handed to you it wouldn't (a) be that obvious [because you wouldn't understand it] and (b) wouldn't be exactly what you want.


    For obvious reasons I'm not posting it and if some of you wonder why, it's for same reasons nobody posted the complete working code despite being able to make a timer in less than 3 minutes. (yes, I know it's because you think it would not help me and I understand)


    I still don't think you understand the give and take of being a full participant in a forum like this.

    It's your choice alone whether to add to the general knowledge pool or not. That's very different than responding to an ill-defined request for code.

    For example, here's a thread I started earlier this month: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1133446 I was playing with some code from various tutorials that was no longer functional, found a way to fix it and chose to give that solution back to the 'net and it was immediately useful for another user.

    B




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  • swingsong
    Jan 10, 03:52 PM
    Movie and TV show rentals coming to iTunes. Karoke added to iTunes and fun for Apple TV.

    I think a new Mac Book Pro design is long overdue. Apple remote stores in laptop, perhaps in expansion card slot. May move away from aluminum to something lighter like magnesium, carbon fiber or cubic zirconium, or may just anodize the aluminum case black. May see new screen ratios and HD resolutions across MBP line. Track pad will be bigger and multi-touch gestures will be expanded.

    Cinema displays will be thinner, specs improved and all will be HD resolution. Aspect ratios may change. iSight cameras across the line are possible.

    Mighty mouse made of metal to compliment new keyboards, and support for pinch - push.

    Movie and TV show rentals require more space.

    Bump iTouch and iPhone to 16gb and 32gb to allow more room for content. Possible 50 dollar price cut on 16gb iPhone and 16gb iTouch. No other changes to iPhone / iTouch for now. Possible partner for iPhone in Mexico announced.

    iPhone/iTouch SDK introduced, premier partners ready with first applications. Demo of new apps. iPhone software update has bonus features not leaked to public.

    iPod nano, classic, iTouch and iPhone will control Apple TV. Fair Play Video recording enabled on Apple TV. Games enabled on Apple TV with third party remotes.

    iPod classic now supports Time Machine and Home on an iPod is a reality.

    One more thing...
    iTablet. Kicks Wacom Cintique out of the game. Supports stylus and finger gestures. Pressure sensitive. 8-12" in size. Runs iWork and Adobe Creative Suite support coming soon. Thinest Mac ever. No optical drive, but not sure about a hard drive.




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  • a sunset silhouette kiss.


  • maczter
    Nov 20, 12:29 PM
    ...VIA has done more to hurt AMD's acceptance in the mainstream than Intel could ever have hoped to do.

    Anyone know who's making the fantabulously spotty logic boards for the MacBook Pros? They bought one for me at work and it's getting ready to go in for its 3rd logic board replacement. I've used Macs since '92 and owned several of my own since '96 and I've never had to replace anything but a worn out (noisy) fan in a PowerMac. This thing's really starting to annoy me.

    it would mean backstabbing and betrayal if apple went with amd.

    Seriously though, what's the big deal? These days CPU's don't cost much more than mid-range GPU's, but you don't hear anyone freaking out when Apple offers both NVidia *and* ATI GPU's in the Mac Pro and the iMac. :eek:



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  • jakaj
    Oct 28, 03:19 PM
    I don't blame Apple. The OSS community abused what they had and turned to piracy by stealing the GUI. Kudos Apple.

    Now that's a stupid thing to say. The OSS community doesnt steal the GUI, the warez community does. And those two really don't overlap much.

    It is true, though, that everyone might use the work of the OSS community, even for illegal purposes.




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  • SMM
    Oct 2, 09:21 PM
    Well, he currently eyeing selling the tech to companies, presumably some of which are willing to spend big bucks to jam their way into the iPod + iTunes ecosphere. At least now, it's clear it's mostly about making moola.

    Yes, we all know the moral high-ground corporations take. Regardless of any moral principals involved, it is 'can we get away with it?', or even more disgusting, 'can we make enough profit to justify the legal settlement?'. It is truly a sorry state of affairs we find ourselves in; where the moral fiber of our country is solely based on the personal pursuit of wealth. Personally, I find this individual loathsome.



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  • diamond.g
    Jul 30, 10:53 AM
    That's the great thing about a platform like the Volt, or anything like it: you can easily change whatever gives the electricity. Gas not working right? The American public finally getting their asses out of their collective heads about diesel? Just get one the right size, and hook it up to the generator. It works for trains. Small fusion reactors finally a possibility? Bingo!

    If GM hadn't ****ed up when they tried bringing diesel cars to the market, it wouldn't be anywhere near as bad. We still have some old M-B diesels kicking around, and probably a good bunch of them run on SVO by now.


    Subaru still sells FWD cars, just not in the US or Europe.

    Why did you burst my bubble of Subarus awesomeness? :(

    Don't forget the dealership markup. Some of the automotive blogs have people complaining that the dealerships are adding a $10k markup to the already expensive vehicle.




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  • conradzoo
    Sep 28, 03:27 PM
    Yeah, updating all the i-apps updates right now. The Aperture update is next. Tomo? Could be. :o



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  • WestonHarvey1
    Apr 29, 02:19 PM
    I have to laugh at the people worried that one day Apple will cut off software access in OS X. Apple said they won't do that. That would be bad for business. It makes no sense.

    Steve Jobs' "PC is a truck" analogy was perfect. What these people aren't getting is that most computer users aren't nerds and hackers, but they've been forced to drive trucks all these years when they'd really be a lot happier with a Honda Civic.

    PCs are to be used for tasks a nerdy kid would get beat up for talking about in school. That's the test I use. Everything else is better suited to the post-PC world.

    And if you can make the PCs friendlier by adding post-PC features for the less technical tasks, what's wrong with that? It's a better experience for non-techies that have to use PCs for one reason or another, and who ever said hackers don't want to use nicer consumer-level software?




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  • dunk321
    Mar 17, 12:46 AM
    I am a reward zone member, the receipt said I paid $530.00 cash. I also received my reward zone points for purchase believe it or not. Funny thing is the kid looked like he was having a crappy day to begin with and probably had it with the madness in the store and looked like he didn't know how to take 2 different forms of payment.



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  • rorschach
    Apr 29, 03:56 PM
    Actually scrollbars look and behave exactly the same as they did before.

    Whether they automatically hide or not is a preference, it has been since the first DP:

    http://i.imgur.com/b0Qlw.png

    Same with reverse scrolling. Nothing at all has changed about scrolling or scrollbars.




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  • stock photo : Kiss with sunset


  • belvdr
    Mar 16, 10:43 AM
    Which is the entire problem with Android. And which is why you will never, ever, see any single Android device outsell the iPhone.

    What difference does it make if one Android device outsells the iPhone? Many of the features are in the OS, not the hardware.



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  • strabes
    Apr 29, 03:47 PM
    Bummer, I really liked the iOS-style scrollbars. My favorite thing about Lion is the inverted scrolling. It feels more natural on a touchpad once you get used to it.




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  • with I love you message


  • Interstella5555
    Mar 17, 06:58 PM
    I don't know why people feel the need to put others down over their choice of electronic gadgets. People should get what best suits their needs and forget about what others are using. Personally, I would just ignore the rude comments.

    Yeah, I live in a place where there are a lot more important things going on that how you're calling someone or checking your email.



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  • PghLondon
    Apr 29, 02:34 PM
    And people kept telling me that OSX and iOS weren't going to merge in any meaningful manner for years ahead, if ever. Yeah right. I'd bet the one after this has them nearly fully merged and I mean towards iOS for the most part. OSX will be dumbed down to the lowest common brain cell and you won't be able to get free/open software anymore. It'll have to come through the App Store or not at all. Wait and see. That is the point I'll be moving on.

    That's impressive. You've shown you don't understand business, software engineering, or computer engineering, all in one paragraph.

    Nice!




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  • JesLam07
    Jan 15, 09:03 PM
    Well, MacBook Air didn't really impress me. I would never have any real use for it, but obviously Apple thinks someone will since they have it. And I'm sure someone will. I could sit here and type out everything that doesn't make me happy about it, but we all already know.

    Overall, I wasn't really impressed. I'm happy with what I already have....for once.



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  • hob
    Jan 9, 04:44 PM
    Nice one, cheers :)




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  • MacsAttack
    Jan 12, 07:00 PM
    Actually, I believe it wasn't released at MacWorld for two reasons...

    1) Time. They keynote ran about 2 hours as is (already above the average). Introducing two new software suites would easily add another 45 minutes (making the event much too long).

    2) The focus was clearly the iPhone, and Jobs didn't want anything to steal its glory.

    It makes much more sense to introduce the iPhone at MacWorld and have a separate event for Leopard, iLife, and iWork.

    MacWorld

    Mac World

    But we got no Macs

    And both items are pitched at he US market - not the world market (need to get movie downloads onto other iTunes stores for the Apple TV to be a compelling product)

    Oh - and I don't own a mobile phone and have no intention of getting one. Just a rat hole for suckers to pour money down :D

    Have not watched the keynote. Not going to bother.

    I'd like to see a bit more commitment from Apple (the company previously known as Apple Computers) on the computer side before I consider recomending any kind of Mac to people again.




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  • iStudent
    Nov 24, 08:18 PM
    Online stores are still having problems. Try reviewing your orders.

    store.apple.com is still near crawl levels. It appears you can shop now (the whole system has been sluggish for the past few hours), but at least the products and the deals pages are working. As FC said, the order review still does not work. My errors range from no errors to connection to database problems. Gotta love Thanksgiving!




    Steve Ballmer
    Apr 29, 03:15 PM
    My understanding is that unlike Windows, Apple offers one (or two if server edition) version of the OS, be the most experienced pro or the new comer you use the same system.

    Supposedly Lion is going to combine the client and server versions. This was the case with DP1 but it seems DP2 and onward continue to offer two versions, so maybe they reconsidered.

    To the people posting screenshots: You do know that you're breaking the non disclosure agreement you made with Apple when you signed up for the Mac Dev Program? If they track you down, the small print pretty much says they can do very evil things to you. Tred carefully, it's likely Apple will be watching out for people like you.
    Apple has yet to do a single thing against the individuals or websites that have now posted hundreds of screenshots. I highly doubt anything will happen, it's just not worth their time to go after every single person taking screenshots. Besides, I'm sure they'd much rather expend their efforts going after people leaking the actual OS.




    ECUpirate44
    Mar 24, 03:09 PM
    Great OS!




    scem0
    Sep 7, 11:26 PM
    Jobs in 2008 is that what i am hearing. YAY president Jobs.

    Sadly, he would be like Dennis Kucinich, a great candidate vying for much needed-change and would only get 3% of the vote :(.

    scem0




    Lone Deranger
    Apr 2, 11:49 AM
    MS still playing catchup by the looks of the feature list in my opinion.

    Nothing there to tempt me away from OSX. Not even tempting enough to make me upgrade my W7 license.

    (And my god that desktop background image looks hideous).




    LagunaSol
    May 3, 11:56 PM
    Android commercials need more rectal probing.

    Google does all the rectal probing to Android users. ;)



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