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I'd prefer it that way too, have iCloud as a version tracker or something and sync the large files locally. There's little point in pushing hundreds of MBs of data onto the internet and back down when the iOS devices are sitting next to a computer. 802.11n or ac will move those huge files in seconds vs minutes/hours via the internet and iCloud could have an optional backup.This is where Apple could make an iOS Server rather than a Mac server and it would be much cheaper...
Looks like there's a 3rd party bracket already:http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mac-Locks-CL12MPL-Security-Bracket-/271502009898It's more expensive but at least it includes the cable. Given that it's securing a $3000+ machine, a $50 cost is a relatively small investment and they'll base the price on potential sales. The target audience is the group that both owns Mac Pros and needs to secure them. This will be a small fraction of 100,000 users every quarter.A simpler method might...
They used to make humorous adverts:I love the one with the Vista wheel of fortune ("didn't you make this?"). The ad with the Manilla envelope was iconic.I guess the Genius ads were supposed to continue the humour element but they didn't hit the right note. It's hard to keep making iconic ads when there's not a new product category. I don't think they've been doing too badly though. I liked the following ads:Having a lack of humour is where Samsung's line ad did some damage...
There will always be people who view anything outside of the more common relationships as objectionable. For example this 26 year old guy with his own 72 year old grandmother:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/7662232/Grandmother-and-grandson-to-have-child-together.htmlThere was a skater boy actually posted videos of himself making out with his own grandmother online. Don't Google it. Not least because you'll get bombarded with mature dating ads...
Seems so, this pro-Microsoft site mentions device management:http://www.microsoftproductreviews.com/surface/windows-tablets-laptops-taking-prominent-role-public-schools/"Students immediately deleted security filters so they could freely browse the Internet.The district recalled the devices at several schools and some students never saw them again. Distribution of the devices quickly fell behind schedule. The IT administration of the iOS machines was also a difficult task,...
The "Your Verse" campaign is being tagged as TBWA in a few online sites as is the Pencil one:http://www.adforum.com/creative-work/ad/player/34491355http://www.adforum.com/creative-work/ad/player/34493296http://theinspirationroom.com/daily/2014/apple-ipad-air-your-verse-anthem/ ("The Your Verse campaign was developed at TBWA\Media Arts...
The content will be in one of your runtime folders, either: /Applications/Poser.../Runtime /Users/shared/Poser.../Runtime Make sure to add those to your libraries by using the add library button inside Poser and choosing the folders.
Marriage isn't particularly important but having relationships is. Tim could well be having relationships that people aren't aware of and I think it would be better if that's the case rather than being just a workaholic.I think sexual intimacy is extremely important for people to feel happy but I accept that others might disagree with that.I just used a few examples of the effects that can come from feeling isolated. I wasn't suggesting Tim is about to go on a murderous...
I would find it difficult to believe that anyone wants to be alone their entire life. I can understand being reconciled to choosing between being alone or being with someone you don't want to be with because your level of attractiveness or social standing might only allow you to partner with people you don't want to be with but there are biological forces that compel people to look for partners and they exist in everyone. You can choose not to eat food but your body will...
The Foundry also sells Nuke, which is developed by some of the team behind Shake. There's a video here from The Foundry on the Planet of the Apes compositing and it's clear to see how much work goes into just one part of one scene, it doesn't even cover asset creation:The CGI elements are rendered with Pixar's Renderman:http://www.artofvfx.com/?p=1558"Our fur and hair grooming system is called Barbershop, and it plugs into Maya and Renderman. It was written over the last...
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