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  • MacTribe
    Jan 5, 05:05 PM
    Here is a simple question. What type of business are you?

    If you're an accountant firm, using SAGE - then Windows is the best solution for your business. If you're a graphic design firm, Mac would be the best choice for your business - but windows would also work in the design sector.

    The question of "what is better than what" is irrelevant, its more about "what do you need out of your IT?"

    You also have to consider your training needs, if you suddenly shift everyone from PC to Mac or Visa Versa.

    You also have to consider who provides your IT Support? Do you have internal IT staff? Do you outsource?

    You may one to get in a Neutral PC and Mac consultant (who is not going to try sell you things you dont need) to come in do a proper survey.

    Hope this helps! :)





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  • toddybody
    Apr 7, 12:00 PM
    Great Combo...that said, the iCade is a tad overpriced for this handsome hebrew.





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  • toddybody
    Apr 6, 11:47 AM
    Im curious how long that will suffice...





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  • applefan289
    Mar 7, 07:58 AM
    lol



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  • amacgenius
    Oct 23, 04:24 AM
    http://att.macrumors.com/contest/7BBCCE.jpg





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  • Otaillon
    Aug 12, 11:46 AM
    What icon set is that?, I like it Link Please

    It's call Flurry and you can find it at IconFactory



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  • Prom1
    Mar 26, 04:37 PM
    And people feel free to be as rude as they want, even bringing scat and other homosexual fetishes into a simple transfer of power to the second in command:

    Dude my post had nothing to do with Scat or homosexuality insults of ANY kind.
    My post was only specific to do with his mannerisms: triangular hand positioning (Jobs; and actors of V) the most noticeable. To me that is kissing arse; no need to copy that.





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  • plinden
    Apr 6, 01:25 PM
    that's what I'm thinking... to support a iTunes cloud and new mobileme services, I would expect exabytes... Doesn't seem that big of an order.

    See below.

    Have you ever heard of deduplication?

    Exactly - assuming Apple stores everything in HD + SD @ 2GB/hour of HD and 1GB/hour of SD, that's over 4 million hours of video (since 1PB = 1048567GB).

    If iTunes goes 1080p, it would likely be stored as about 4-5GB/hour + SD, or about 2.5 million hours of video.

    If (and it's a big if) this is open to iTunes subscribers, it will likely be only for content you buy off iTunes, so there will be no duplication.



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  • 173080
    Jan 23, 10:20 PM
    It's the people who are lead footed that don't see the full potential of the car.

    I'd say it's the other way around, it really depends on your perspective.

    It's the hypermilers that don't see the full potential of their car. ;)

    If you don't redline your car at least once a day, you're doing it wrong.:D





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  • jeremy.king
    Dec 16, 04:55 PM
    This link works...for everyone.

    http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPLE/WebObjects/AppleStore?productLearnMore=M9267G/A



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  • zwida
    Sep 30, 05:10 PM
    there is still lotus notes? unbelievable. i know people use it. but i thought they are still using the outdated version.

    A friend of mine who works at IBM grouses about having to use Lotus Notes. I didn't imagine anyone used it that didn't have to.

    Maybe it's just IBM and Grant Thornton.;)





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  • davidgrimm
    Mar 21, 06:32 PM
    Wow, $25 an hour sounds very reasonable to me. Is that really the going rate for graphic design or is that the "just getting started in design" rate? Anyway, hope it works out for you. Sometimes the difficult clients can provide the most rewarding work, but the psycho ones are seldom worth the effort.



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  • FHL78
    Jul 10, 10:58 AM
    I plan on being there in VB, do you think we need to get there that early? I know this is BIG but will it be here in Vero?





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  • BC2009
    Apr 13, 10:41 AM
    The screen may not change on the next revision. So there may be no need to change production.

    Exactly my thoughts.



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  • tag
    Oct 4, 04:22 PM
    thats an intense background and i really like the dock icons but how do you know which is which? and where did you get them?

    I just associated each one to an app and memorized it. They are slightly modified versions of these icons here (http://davidchen.deviantart.com/art/Etom-Project-White-65264754).





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  • Signal-11
    May 2, 06:33 PM
    Thanks for the donations by all who are eligible. I normally give every 8 weeks but am currently ineligible due to recent travels.

    The rules on eligibility are pretty clear, dealing with different factors that can seriously raise the risk of infection or illness by the donor, the recipient or both. Everywhere I've donated, the questionnaire has been written as "have you done such-and-so" rather than passing judgment about one's life.

    This probably isn't the right forum to debate the various factors and risks. Probably better suited for a medical research forum.

    I disagree. I think this is a perfectly good place to discuss the matter.

    No matter of public health policy is exists in a void. All public health concerns have a social component.

    This policy will change over time, as a result of changing social mores, changing demographics and better detection technology. Even if this policy is not now discriminatory, for the latter two reasons, it will become very discriminatory. The timing and threshold for any given country or area will be different but as that line is crossed, there should be a group of people pointing out that a policy such as this is unfair and prejudicial. Not everyone will agree as that time comes, but things don't change because everyone kept quiet.

    I don't think that threshold has been crossed in the US and the calls for lifting the restrictions are premature.



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  • MacSignal
    Dec 21, 04:34 PM
    ^^^ Well said. Enjoy your mac, but choose your battles wisely.





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  • redeye be
    Mar 11, 02:46 PM
    synergy ( http://synergy2.sourceforge.net/)
    Synergy lets you easily share a single mouse and keyboard between multiple computers with different operating systems, each with its own display, without special hardware. It's intended for users with multiple computers on their desk since each system uses its own monitor(s).
    thx to markoibook for directing my attention to it in this (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=110561) thread.





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  • Diatribe
    Feb 15, 08:32 AM
    Good God Edesign you caught that Napster double post in less than a minute. :eek:

    Is it a bird? Is it an airplane? Is it a UFO? No it's Superedesign :D

    BTW, I think you are doing a terrific job wastelanding. (Did I just say that out loud? :eek: :D )





    Galley
    Aug 12, 06:43 PM
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    Oct 1, 09:44 AM
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    skeep5
    Nov 19, 11:44 AM
    if it sounds too good to be true... hello!





    TB-303
    Mar 23, 09:59 AM
    Doesn�t Bertrand Serlet look a lot like Data? (http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0001459/)

    :cool:





    The CyberPoet
    Nov 15, 12:56 PM
    In doing some research, I found out that the basic Pioneer DVR-111 series SuperDrives Apple uses (some G4/all G5/all Intel towers) have the hardware capability to do LabelFlash direct-to-disk-surface label burning with the compatible disks. LabelFlash is the NEC-originated competitor to LightScribe, does basically the same thing on LightScribe-compatible disks.
    On the Windows side, there are lots of sites out there that talk about flashing the ROMs to enable the feature for certain revision letters & firmware versions of the DVR-111 drives, while other versions of the drive (DVR-111L) are already fully capable (no clue on the ones Apple shipped with the Macs -- I stopped paying attention when I found there were ZERO software apps to support it on the Mac side that I could find).

    Personally, I would really like to see Apple provide the feature as an OS-bundled utility app or added-feature in an existing Apple burner app (like the one in the iLife bundle).

    As of March '05, Roxio also said they were going to support LightScribe (and possibly LabelFlash) in their future Mac releases, but I didn't see any mention of it in the feature sets of Toast & Toast Titanium 6 & 7, both of which were either updated or released after that date. Theoretically, they could also support LightScribe (if licensed) to burn images into unused portions of the dataside (as could any other burner app), to create a label effect (see http://www.yamahamultimedia.com/yec/tech/discta2_01.asp for details on the technology).

    The epson CD-printer solution seems a bit silly for my uses, if I have no other use for the printer, mostly because of the consumables costs (and, indeed, with a big HP laser color printer here, I have zero other use for the Epson and am not thrilled by their putty-style inks and subsequent print head maintenance/cleaning processes that waste a goodly chunk of the ink reservior).

    As for the sharpie comments, I create CD's & DVD's for clients and would prefer to present a more "professional image" on the disks than hand-written solutions. I was printing color labels through my laser printer and setting them in (usually using Avery CD labels), but some of the clients, esp. those with very thin portables seemed to be having issues with the thicker disks as a result, so I went back to sharpies as a general rule. The ability to do LabelFlash disks with hardware I already own would be great...

    Cheers,
    =-= The CyberPoet



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