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  • takao
    Nov 15, 07:04 PM
    my personal gripes/opinions:

    single player:
    * so far graphically it's more on the miss side comapred to bad company 2
    * game design: pop up enemies and respawns in plain sight: get a grip this is 2010 calling
    *frustrating check points where you respawn directly with an enemy 1 step behind you
    *i like the story etc. especially some of non fighting scenes .. of which there are simply too few so far... for my taste it's simply too much nonstop shooting and too little actually tense moments
    *on the negative side i can only take so many "my character lies on the ground and get's kicked/punched in the face scenes"
    *also i didn't get big point being made about <20thcenturyvilliancountry> secretly having developed <plotdeviceWMD> in <lastyearofwarXYZ> when in reality they had developed other <sametypeofWMDs> even before they started the war ? also why make up artificial <WMDs> when real ones could have been easily used ?

    multiplayer:
    * lots of things to collect and customize .. which is great
    * apart of that: average at best:
    * many guns essentially worthless: shot guns having a range of 5 meters, machine guns being no more powerfull than assault rifles but way less accurate, and game being too fast paced for sniping rifles...
    *knife connecting from ridiculous angles and distances: if _I_ can hit somebody else with a knife when he is standing next to me then there is something wrong
    *lots of game modes of which perhaps only 1/3 is actually fun on the actual maps..which for some modes are way too small
    *ridiculous bad net code : connection problems, host migrations (working in 1/4 of al lcases), random disconnects, lag, voice echoes and problems, and sound issues





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  • lordonuthin
    Apr 5, 05:24 PM
    2 months ago it was zero degrees f outside in Iowa... cooling wasn't so much of a problem then :p

    The 2 systems I moved to the basement seem to be ok and the basement is staying within a tolerable temp range. All of that concrete is keeping the air cool enough for now. I think my folding power bill is higher than I thought it was; like maybe $150-$200 a month. Despite the extra cold winter my heating bill may have been quite low with all of the extra heat from the folding systems. I should have a better idea in a couple of months :eek:

    Kind of makes me appreciate the reasons why a data center would go with more cores per system and multiple virtual servers per system to reduce the electric bill.





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  • nosen
    Sep 25, 01:58 PM
    Breaking News: First Look at Aperture 1.5

    http://www.creativepro.com/story/news/24732.html?cprose=daily

    by Ben Long - coAuthor Aperture Pro Training
    Thanks for the link! After reading this, I'm VERY excited about upgrading now! The enhancements to the library are very welcome for me. It might even tempt me to import my entire photo library... :o





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  • Lacero
    Sep 8, 12:34 PM
    Why does everyone REFUSE to Blame this ignorant Mayor?Hmm... that's a toughie. Let me see. Because everyone REALIZES he isn't responsible!!



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  • JAT
    May 3, 10:58 PM
    Anyone know what's the app being used in the "to a CEO" part?

    Maybe just Keynote? Fits the context.





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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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  • billystlyes
    May 2, 11:47 AM
    "Bugs". That's so funny. Like it wasn't something indented by Big Brother, make that Apple. We truly do have a new evil empire now.





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  • ezekielrage_99
    Jan 9, 12:08 AM
    - Thin laptop
    - Macbook Pro Update
    - Macbook in silver and black
    - A PDA (I know we have the iPhone and iPod Touch...)
    - AppleTV bump and iTunes rentals
    - iTunes 7.6



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  • Alphaeus47
    Mar 28, 03:18 PM
    If sparrow mail doesn't win something I'll be shocked. Best mail client ever.





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  • iphoneIA
    May 3, 11:18 PM
    A great commercial. As a teacher who is getting 30 ipads for next years students I am super pumped. These truly are the future of education and I can't wait to have my students start using them.



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  • maflynn
    Apr 12, 07:17 AM
    http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/features

    I don't think so. Really office for free?

    The price of office is built into the price of the computer, just as the price of iLife is built into the price of a mac - standard accounting practice. You're really not getting iLife for free just like you're not getting office for free.





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  • CaoCao
    Apr 17, 03:05 PM
    It's so refreshing to see that with their 1 in 4 illiteracy rate and 1 in 5 high school dropout rate, California really has their priorities in order when it comes to education. Well done I say.
    There are tons of Hispanic immigrants in California, many are hard working, but that doesn't necessarily mean they are educated

    I have no idea what experience you are speaking from, but it isn't universal. :confused:

    I assure you that in the junior high, high school, and college classes I took, Hinckley was mentioned, JFK may or may not have been described as a Catholic, and Jodi Foster wasn't even popular yet.

    I'm talking about my experiences on history class in California.



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  • ericschmerick
    Sep 28, 12:25 PM
    Aperture runs fine on my MBP 15" 2.0ghz. I have 2GB of ram, and I've definitely noticed that it'll use almost all of it. After 1 hr or so of working with images, I've seen it using 1.5GB+ of ram. So I suspect if you're running it with 1GB, you're missing out on some level of performance.

    I agree, the rotate/straighten tool sucks hard. I've found that it's really hard to move the mouse precisely enough, and the click buttons on each side go up/down by 1 degree! Too much for each step.

    I think the thing I love more than anything is not having an intermediate format. Working directly with RAW, and just leaving everything in that format until I'm ready to output, is terrific. I'm not a huge photoshopper, so once an image is sharpened, straightened, and levels adjusted, I'm usually done. So I'm not outputting a TIFF and bouncing into PS much. That might make a big difference in how you think about the value of aperture. I can't even imagine managing a whole separate collection of TIFFs, like I used to, now that I'm working directly with RAW.

    The actual RAW "conversion" (if it can still be called that) and adjustment process, for me, is about the same speed than C1 or PS was. I have iView Pro as well with well over 10,000 images in databases, and it's terrific, but I'm not using it any more.

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  • Maxiseller
    Nov 16, 11:51 AM
    I'm sure that somewhere in their headquarters Apple keeps a build of OS X on AMD like they did with Intel. But Idon't think that anyone outside of Apple will see it at least for several years.

    Would it even require a different build? After all, it's still x86 architecture no?



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  • Chundles
    Sep 12, 03:06 AM
    well, I can see that it wouldn't be fast enough for unbuffered video, but if the receiving piece of hardware could decode h.264, then it would be fast enough, right? I can stream h.264 from apples website wirelessly.

    Yeah, but that's buffered on your computer, it loads a bit into memory before playing so that the rest of it comes in while your watching. Streaming means it's coming straight in - no buffer.





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  • themoonisdown09
    Mar 24, 03:40 PM
    I started with 10.3 (Panther) and have loved every minute of it. My friend bought the new iMac G4 (still my favorite design) when they first came out and it had 10.1 on it. That was my first time using OSX.



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  • i.mac
    May 3, 11:32 PM
    The reason why I didn't buy an Ipad yet. I would only browse on Safari and play games. Something that is available on my Macbook Pro.

    With regards to this particular ad, should we presume from your comment that you are not an engineer, a doctor, a business person, a teacher, a student, a parent or a child? All these folks love their iPads, and do more with it than browse the Internet or play games...





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  • thenetstud
    Jan 10, 06:44 PM
    Silent update:

    Current wired keyboard now comes in a wireless version.





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  • rhett7660
    Apr 22, 10:37 AM
    WTH.. -1 already!!!! I don't like it..... :eek::D

    LOL





    MathiasMag
    Jul 23, 12:54 AM
    So with all the speak of how unacceptable this is. Who has actually decided that the iPhone 4 is so bad that they returned their phone AND bought another advanced phone? It seems to me that there are a lot of people who has never owned one that are critical, but most of those who actually has bought one are really happy with their phone.





    BHP41
    Dec 13, 08:23 PM
    A verizon phone without that ugly ass logo on the front and back. No way!!! LOL. The next iPhone will have hsdpa+ not CDMA. Does verizon need the iPhone. Yes. Will they get it next year. No. To all those that say "I can't wait because I "need" better service". Sit down please. If you "needed" better service you'd be with verizon,sprint or tmobile already. It funny how people will buy the iPhone, comlaon about service then start threads like this. News flash.... A PHONE IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE NETWORK IT IS CONECTED TO. In my case, it doesn't matter. I don't live in the hills so I have great service from all the wireless providers. I choose the iPhone 4 as my main device for work and play even though I have many BB's,a nexus 1, and a incredible. Verizon is stuck so far up motorolas,htc,and samsungs ass that they can't handle apple. Their too busy releasing and stocking a new android every 3 weeks.





    iMouse
    May 2, 02:05 PM
    Screenshot fail :) build number in Quicklook titlebar.

    haha, that was the first thing I noticed too. Way to protect that build number!





    ncfuser
    Jan 15, 05:42 PM
    I agree with the people that are not happy.
    Almost feels like Steve and Co. didn't get some of the things they wanted to done in time.
    Such has 3G for the iPhone, TouchScreen, Blu-Ray, to name a few.

    Out of the "4" topics, only two are worthwhile.
    1. Wireless HDD -- Which I like. I am looking for a external HDD for my HD Camcorder video.
    2. Thin laptop -- I really don't care for. A laptop without a CD/DVD drive is kinda silly. Does anyone really need something that tiny for that much $$$

    The other two are not worth a Macworld Keynote and they feel like fillers to me.

    So I would have to say s sub par day that didn't live up to the hipe.

    :apple:





    nosen
    Sep 25, 01:58 PM
    Breaking News: First Look at Aperture 1.5

    http://www.creativepro.com/story/news/24732.html?cprose=daily

    by Ben Long - coAuthor Aperture Pro Training
    Thanks for the link! After reading this, I'm VERY excited about upgrading now! The enhancements to the library are very welcome for me. It might even tempt me to import my entire photo library... :o