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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 4, 01:01 PM
    So no one would have been able to shoot the 19 people who were shot (and 20 injured) in Tucson? Perhaps not the first one or two or even three, but eventually someone would have been able pull out their gun and take out the guy before he got to 5 let alone 19 or 20.

    It happens quite often when there are people with CC permits around, it just isn't reported as often as the nut job - who already was a criminal - pulls out a gun and kills innocents.

    It might have just happened here too - the who knows where three armed robbers were headed next. They found the 2 in a residential area and closed schools near there.

    And for the people wondering, Chula Vista isn't a very nice area and I'm not surprised that guards who are guarding the area (it is not a completely inside mall if memory serves) were carrying guns at night.

    Yes if five people in the area all pulled out loaded weapons and started shooting, they all would have hit the killer and no one else.

    No one could prevent what happened simply by carrying a gun. He intended to kill and struck without warning.

    What actually happens successfully is that criminals who do not intend to kill but threaten get thwarted. Actual killers or criminals who do not care about taking a life in the process are not actually stopped that often. It is a fantasy story concocted by wanna be heros.

    Look I am not arguing to take your gun away. I want to keep my gun too. But don't tell me these fantasy stories about how we'll all save the day with our concealed weapon. And don't tell me the story about the big bad liberal who wants to take our guns away either. Its just a wedge issue.

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  • munkery
    Mar 18, 08:10 PM
    Linux = ~1%

    Malware, in relation to Linux, shows that the market share argument is a fallacy.

    Linux dominantes the segment of the market share that includes high value server targets.

    Controlling a large number of servers would be much more profitable than infecting a large number of home users.

    For example, take control of a large number of servers and set up a web filter proxy on each server to modify the affiliate tags associated with advertising moving through the server to direct the profit of the advertising away from the sites hosting the ads to the individual that controls the server. With this type of attack, exploiting one server is the equivalent of exploiting every machine that passes data through that server.

    More info here. ( -> The root user vs normal usage counter argument also applies to Mac OS X.

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  • bloodycape
    Aug 31, 02:48 PM
    I did not look at all the post so I dunno if this was posted but this interesting.

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  • SilianRail
    Apr 14, 04:58 PM
    Using the 3.0 drive, the 10-gigabyte folder transferred to the U.S.B. 3.0 drive in 6 minutes, 31 seconds (write speed). The U.S.B. 2.0 drive took 22 minutes, 14 seconds to copy the same 10-gig folder.

    In other words, the U.S.B. 3.0 drive copied the data roughly 3.5 times faster than the U.S.B. 2.0 drive. That�s far short of the touted 10X performance gains, but it�s an improvement that you�ll definitely notice.

    In my informal tests, the difference in read speeds was not so dramatic. The USB 3.0 drive transferred the 10-gigabyte folder to the desktop in 4 minutes, 13 seconds, while the USB 2.0 drive transferred the same folder in 5 minutes, 14 seconds.

    That is horrible scaling given that USB 2.0 lasted 10 years.

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  • ten-oak-druid
    Apr 4, 11:47 AM
    I doubt they leave large amounts of cash in the stores over night.

    I agree. Most sales in Apple stores are likely done without cash anyway.

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  • Dr.Gargoyle
    Sep 14, 09:00 AM
    anyway just trying to find an excuse for the iPhone....hehe :D
    Count me in...;) I want one bad. I have been holding back on buying a new iPod in wait for the iPhone.
    OT: I took a bath with my G4 iPod 40GB. I dont recommend it; bad things happen. :o

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  • BC2009
    Mar 30, 11:33 AM
    Office and Windows are/were generic words OUTSIDE of the computer industry (like Apple). But app(lication) store is a generic word INSIDE of the computer industry and that the big legal difference here.

    Like I just said.... Mac's had windows (and they called them that) before PC's had "Windows". Mac OS has used windows and trash and all that drag-and-drop and double-click-a-file goodness long before any DOS PC had it. Xerox invented it, sold it to Apple, and Apple used it in the Mac.

    "Windows" was a generic term in the computer industry before Microsoft had any trademark.

    EDIT: I still think neither should be allowed, but given the precedents out there I would give Apple the "App Store" trademark. Certainly MS is the pot calling the kettle black here. Considering their windows-based operating system is called "Windows" and their Office productivity suite is called "Office". These guys should all have to come up with better names for their stuff if they want a trademark. Like.... why not just stick an "i" in front of it? iApp Store (see how easy that was).

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  • EagerDragon
    Sep 10, 08:47 AM
    Is the 24" as quiet as the MacPro? Have you been able to compare to the 20"?
    The store is noisy, so it is hard to say. To me neither was making a sound.

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  • mdntcallr
    Sep 26, 12:20 PM
    well, im a cingular customer. so no problem there. but im hoping that Apple has a model with is a smartphone/pda ie to replace my Treo 650.

    unless they have a smart model with a large hard drive, say 60 or 80 gb, with that, i don't think ill buy one right away.

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  • Durendal
    Sep 26, 11:24 AM
    I hate to say this folks, but even an iPhone wouldn't be worth having to deal with Cingular's godawful service. Reception is poor in areas where it's supposed to be good and even when you have good reception, you get dropped calls due to network error/rejected/dropped. I've had Cingular for a while now, and I am preparing to drop it with eagerness, even if that means a $200 contract termination fee. I want to slug that twat who says Cingular has the least dropped calls, because it's a ********* LIE.

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  • jaw04005
    Nov 13, 09:58 PM
    sad, as the app store is 99% junk.

    You�re right there. And what�s sad is Apple is chasing off (in this case) one of its best developers. Rogue Amoeba makes great software, and comes highly recommended from many people in the Mac community � AirFoil, Audio Hijack Pro, Fission, etc.

    You know what�s interesting is while browsing around with my iDisk app on the iPhone, I noticed the iDisk app displays Adobe�s Photoshop icon for PSD files. I wonder if Adobe gave Apple explicit permission to use their Photoshop file icon in the iDisk app?

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  • soosy
    Sep 19, 02:42 PM
    Hmm mixed feelings about this.

    I want them to be successful, but I also want:
    - DVD extras
    - HD resolution
    - burnable to disc
    - rental system

    I hope success won't lull them into thinking the current restrictions are ok. :(

    Oh well, I can stick with DVDs.

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  • koobcamuk
    Jan 2, 03:27 PM
    Anti-virus software company in "there is a virus" headline shocker.

    Whatever next? Insurance companies telling you that your house needs insurance?

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  • ThunderSkunk
    Apr 4, 12:01 PM
    How did I just know, it had to be here.

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  • cdavis11
    Mar 23, 04:31 PM
    If you're sober enough to have presence of mind to check an app for a sobriety checkpoint, you're probably sober enough to drive.

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  • edifyingGerbil
    Apr 18, 01:27 PM
    i wonder if this all started because of the damned "green revolution" which increased crop yields dramatically using petroleum based fertilisers and of course caused the population to explode globally?

    it makes sense in a perverse way. job growth can't keep up with population growth...

    now, another awful thing is a lot of western societies have this strange sense of entitlement... that certain jobs are beneath them, so they all strive to be white collar professionals but that's completely unsustainable... this explains, in the UK at least, the gross number of students who go to university and have degrees but the poor employment prospects for graduates.

    so far so bad, right?

    add consumerism to the mix and it's little wonder that people are placated by taking out loans to buy things they can't afford normally. but to have these things the companies which produce them need a cheap source of labour, so they outsource, so areas which were traditionally big on manufacturing decay and shrink, the people moving to already congested mega cities.

    they should teach buddhism in primary schools, it might stem the consumerist tide.

    ugh, it's enough to drive anyone to suicide.

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  • Shayne R
    Oct 12, 12:50 PM
    Apple is also opening there new store in Boulder Colorado tomorrow. It would be a good time.

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  • woodman
    Sep 14, 01:23 AM
    Instead of having a slide-down clickwheel that reveals buttons, why not just have the clickwheel behave like those old roatary phones. You can just scroll around a circle of numbers on the screen and click to select it. That'd be cleaner. Of course text messages are a different thing :)

    While I'm here, I'd just like to reiterate my belief that Apple will have it's own network and not offer its phone to other carriers (they don't want it anyway). They will lease lines like Boost or ESPN does.

    Although I've been shot down on this before, I still believe it and I've even heard media mention the same thing, so I'd be willing to bet. (In fact my Jan-07 call options are a bet!).

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  • scoobydoo99
    Apr 20, 10:16 AM
    When did 'reached out' become a better phrase to use than simply 'contacted'?

    When one is trying to impart a sense of altruism to the actors, one says they "reached out." This implies a wholesome, good-faith effort to initiate dialog with a possibly resistant adversary. When the adversary does not comment, the correct framing in this case will be that they "refused" to reply, even if they simply had no response at all.

    Basic spin doctoring ;)

    Full of Win
    Apr 25, 01:01 PM
    Nice. My 17 MBP (Early 2009) will be getting close to the end of its life cycle by then, allowing me to easily slide into a new MBP.

    Sep 3, 08:13 PM
    Apple may offer a choice of Core Duo 1 or Core Duo 2 as a BTO option.

    Doing this might allow Apple to sell the Basic MacBooks and iMacs for less while
    the Core Duo 2 models will be favored by those who can afford to spend a bit more.
    Except that the Core Duo is no less expensive than the Core2 Duo, and because of inferior power management, is less suitable for laptops. And BTO CPU options for notebooks are unlikely, considering how they would make the product line more complicated, and they would require a change to a socketed CPU.

    Jul 14, 03:49 PM
    Cnet net already has a 2 reviews and a one video for this chip on two different pcs. One is Dell the other is Falcon Northwest.

    The dell review and video here.

    Mar 29, 11:11 AM
    I shall come back to this prediction 4 years from now, and laugh at how dumb the prediction is.

    Aug 29, 07:18 AM
    You upgraded RAM and HD through Apple?

    Yes. There are upgrade options on line, with extra discount for ed purchases.

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