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  • balamw
    Apr 9, 08:35 PM

    I like this young geeky woman:

    There is a new mnemonic featured in Danica McKellar's books Math Doesn't Suck[2] and Kiss My Math[3] that does address this very issue: "Pandas Eat: Mustard on Dumplings, and Apples with Spice." The intention being that Mustard and Dumplings is a "dinner course" and that Apples and Spice is a "dessert course." Then it becomes not a linear string of operations to do one after the other, but rather the "dinner course" operations are considered together and performed left to right, and then addition and subtraction are considered together, again performed again left to right.


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  • wclyffe
    Dec 5, 07:50 AM
    It really appears as if TomTom didn't create any real inventory, and waited to see how popular the device would be. Now they are creating inventory based on orders. Not great, but I just don't think the car kit is worth $130 (w/tax) so I'll wait. The longer they wait to deliver it may be a plus for us because maybe we'll get a chance to see and hear reactions to the Magellan car kit.

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  • marvel2
    Nov 13, 12:32 PM
    Thanks for the tip. How do you feel about the speaker volume on the unit for calls so far? Also, do the navigation instructions come through the car's speakers at all?

    I'd still be curious to see how it looks when stuck to the windshield. I've heard some say that it's too hard to see on the windshield.

    I'll let you know when I take a call on it. This is really the first day I have had it. I do not have the TomTom kit plugged into my car's stereo so navigation comes through the speaker of the TomTom kit. What I can remember from the user manual (I don't have it with me at the moment), even when the TomTom kit is plugged into your car's stereo via an auxilary cable, calls and navigation instructions will still come from the TomTom kit and not the car stereo. I currently have no way of checking because my car does not have that input in its stereo.

    As far as visibility on the windshield...it's going to vary on what type of car you drive and where you place it. I'm assuming you have never had a GPS unit in your car. It takes up just as much space as most other GPS devices.

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  • Wolfpup
    Jan 12, 10:56 AM
    It's not ignorant at all.

    Yes, a handful do, and they can be easily avoided with a reasonable dose of common sense.

    That's true, but it's true of Windows too. If you're sensible, you probably won't get infected. But given these things have no real overhead, and there is a real risk, it's just sensible to use it.

    There is no problem running on an admin account, if you're even moderately aware of what you're doing.

    It still prompts if something's trying to use your admin/root privileges, right?

    The market share myth is ridiculous and has no basis in fact.

    Of course it does. A quick Google finds multiple Mac hackers saying that actually OS X is easier to hack. Market value of doing so or effort required to hit a much smaller target are the reasons cited for generally not bothering.

    You already know Apple's software has exploits too, if you've ever run any Apple software and not disabled updates.

    This is just the reality of the modern world-our computers are connected. Our software is insanely complex. Put the two together, and you end up with all sorts of issues being discovered.

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  • jholzner
    Aug 11, 12:00 PM
    I'm waiting after the new year with the release of OS X 10.5 and then possibly getting a MBP. When is the Pairs show? I keep reading September but what are the exact dates? Thanks.

    September 12th-16th.

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  • �algiris
    Mar 31, 09:02 AM
    P.S. Lietuvos Rytas is better :P

    Better at losing yes.

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  • -Damian
    May 4, 04:20 PM
    Made a poll in the Mac OS X Lion forums. Vote your preferred way of distribution :)

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  • digitalbiker
    Aug 4, 10:10 PM
    OK, being an Australian, and blissfully ignorant to the ways of the American, when is Thanksgiving? Before or after Paris?

    I say new iPods at Paris, and maybe some software. It would be great if all Macs were Core 2 Generation before the Paris Expo.

    After Paris. Nov. 23, 2006 to be exact. Too bad you Aussies don't celebrate Thanksgiving. It is all about eating, drinking and watching football.

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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 11, 07:41 AM
    To treat this as a programming line or whatever is a simplification. People don't think / they think __ . That is how we should interpret this equation, leading to 288.

    Where did you get that I'm not in the 288 camp ? That is the proper answer, the equation is not ambiguous.

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  • ugahairydawgs
    Apr 25, 09:42 AM
    "We don't track anyone."

    Sent from your backyard.

    Well done

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  • techfreak85
    Apr 23, 04:34 PM
    Would this mainly be for notebooks? I assume it would be too expensive to achieve a high enough PPI on a 22inch+ display, no?

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  • bloodycape
    Apr 18, 04:55 PM
    Apple brings out the 'App Store'.. everyone copies them....It's generic.

    except the appstore is/was nothing new. They just took what handango website was doing and made it into a convenient app instead of going to a website.

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  • wclyffe
    Nov 20, 07:48 AM
    Looks like they just flagged the Tomtom car kit as discontinued at BLT and are no longer carrying the item. Looking for a new place to order it around this price. Any thoughts?

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  • Mainyehc
    Nov 26, 04:32 PM
    Transmeta sucks....like black hole sucking.

    Ehe... I had no idea... Then again, (I hope I'm not starting a flamewar here :D ), the G4 kinda "sucks", performance-wise, when compared to a C2D...

    I'm not saying that the OQO is a top performer. I never tried one and haven't seen benchmarks on the Trasmeta, so I'll take your word for it.

    But, I mean, just look at the *size* of that thing! Apple could conceivably produce a product like that with an ULV processor, and with similar (or even better) specs, right?

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  • Don't panic
    May 3, 08:15 AM
    there is no rational reason to argue that the metric system is not superior to the imperial in every form and shape.
    one is intuitive, consistent and accurate, the other is random.

    the 'feel' argument is honestly ludicrous beacause mostly everyone has a better 'feel' for the system the grew up with. it's just a matter of habit.

    the only reasons we haven't switched yet is
    a) economic, as conversion would cost some money -but it stimulates the economy!-
    b) misplaced patriotism, as anything done in the US 'must' be better then what is done elsewhere because it is 'american'

    those who oppose switching i think are underestimate people's ability to adapt. a well organized switch would take half a generation and cause little to no problems, in my opinion. plus it would give the usual suspects something more to complain about, once the conspiracy theory of the day becomes passe' :D

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  • skunk
    Sep 11, 07:02 AM
    Just trying to hedge off the 5,123 "This is BS, no MBP/MB updates OMG!!!11BBQ" threads. ;)That's "head off", not "hedge off". You of all people should remember that...:)

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  • Nuvi
    Nov 16, 02:30 PM
    Sounds like a virus in itself. A pointless piece of software which just hogs your RAM. Totally useless for Mac OS X.

    Gee, there is nothing like sending files with virus to your PC using friends or clients. Hey, there is our awesome showreel, presentation and virus to boot. That should leave lasting impression. When the Mac OS X is hit with first major virus infection I rather be safe then sorry. Regarding use of RAM, what are you talking about? This software has extremely small footprint and only time you see it using cycles is when you start manual scan.

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  • pubwvj
    Mar 27, 10:49 AM
    With the cloud computing stuff there is too much additional fees. I'm not interested.

    I already pay for my hardware that sits in my house.
    I already pay for my mobile hardware that goes with me.
    I already pay for operating system and other software updates for both.
    I already pay my ISP for connectivity.
    I already pay my phone provider for connectivity (actually my ISP).
    I already pay my web host company for bandwidth and disk space.*
    I'm NOT interested in paying Apple another subscription fee on top of all that.

    Access to my data from my mobile devices should be transparent and should be part of their shared OS. No need for more billing complexity.


    *Why don't I self-host on my home machine? Bandwidth limits of my ISP and the fact that they are a monopoly. A server farm offers orders of magnitude faster connectivity.

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  • ergle2
    Sep 16, 05:59 AM
    Since Fry's is already selling Sony ATAPI Blu-ray burners for $750, why doesn't Apple see the selling opportunity as an offering on the Mac Pro BTO page? They dont even offer a $120 Plextor SATA DVD Burner on that page yet. Seems like they are being extremely conservative about adopting the next generation of Para-Superdrives. It's a conundrum to me. :confused: :eek:

    For whatever reason, Apple seems to not want to endorse Blu-ray nor HD-DVD yet by not offering either one. Guess they're not sure themselves which they think will be best for us in the long run or which one will win in the marketplace? I am confused about what's going on on this front. :confused:

    Speaking personally, I'm not terribly interested in either right now.

    Having said that, is there a (big enough) market for it? Stand-alone player sales have been pretty lacklustre, with HD-DVD outperforming Blu-Ray, but even it isn't doing wonderfully. The large capacity of the writable disc would be nice but the black media is too expensive to be worthwhile right now.

    I guess it's possible they won't until they have playback software ready for OS X -- which would likely mean around the time of Leopard, I guess? It might make more sense then, unless you think Blu-Ray (or HD-DVD) are going to be big this "Holiday Season"? That would certainly change everything...

    Next year might be the one to go for, esp. if the PS3 looks being the big seller for Christmas 2007... it also gives them time to pick which to offer, be it HD-DVD or Blu-Ray (or offer both?) depending upon the fortunes of either/both. I doubt their comments on supporting Blu-Ray thus far are terribly binding (tho the MS-based environment used by HD-DVD might be a deal-killer...).

    Aug 11, 04:55 PM
    digitalbiker thats not realistic. Figure a machine like that would cost you something around $1799

    May 3, 10:06 PM
    I'm okay following DP for the moment. I'm not so sure that the sequence is as pivotal as portrayed. I think it would be an obvious place, the first starting room, to place vital objects, so exploring is a must. I'm not sure I agree that the "Move, Explore" sequence is more advantageous than the "Explore, Move" sequence. Keeping in mind that we get attacked the moment we move into a room, so we would want to explore it after a monster is vanquished.

    Now that she's mi esposa, maybe I can get Beatrice to finally make me a sandwich.

    PS-- The BLOWjoe joke is not really as funny as you think it is. It's easier to refer to me as either Dante or EDJ.

    Mac Fly (film)
    Jul 21, 03:08 PM
    the macbook was released mid may 06. so i would expect some update in october given the fast processor updates.

    certainly a good time for mac users.:)
    For sure, they might even announce something at WWDC?

    !� V �!
    Apr 23, 09:29 PM
    Doesn't OS X already support displays up to 2560x1600? Afaik that was the resolution of Apple's own (now discontinued) 30" display and the resolution of most, if not all, 30" displays available at the moment. 3200x2000 is nothing but the next rung on the ladder. This is just Apple future-proofing their OS a bit. If they release anything in the short term it will most likely be a big-ass iMac or a bigger Apple Display, NOT a laptop running that resolution. Just saying...

    I believe your comment is on the money. Considering they have discontinued the 30" ACD for the 27" model.

    Hopefully this brings in 32.5" ACD, and DisplayPort can handle the increase in resolution.

    Aug 7, 06:57 PM
    That isn't a heatsinked FB-DIMM.

    RAM is truly the dealbreaker here. EDU prices bring the 2.0 model down to a reasonable price, but I want 4GB - I'd like to scan my 4x5 film, so the more RAM the better - thanks to Xeon and the need for the ECC heatsinked stuff, I'm looking at $800 from Crucial. No way, man, not gonna do it.

    The more I look at it, the more I believe a reasonable mid-tower option has to be in the pipeline.Yeah I know what you mean. I fixed my post #188 to reflect that higher price. How About $770 From Kingston Technology? (http://www.wiredzone.com/itemdesc.asp?ic=32003196&source=froogle)