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(Actually the first clue it was a Mac was when he simply snaps the lid closed and immediately walks away.) Yep. There it is. Magsafe and all. Lameness, thy name is Ballmer. This is right up there with an old Broderbund ad where they tried to take a product action shot in daylight with a CRT screen in it, realized their futility and scotch-taped a printout of the screenshot on the CRT glass. They *almost* made the tape disappear in the shot. Almost.
That piece of video was excruciating to watch. It's over now. Just keep repeating, "I took one for the team... I took one for the team... I took one for the team..." If you tried to parody this in the most deliberate way you would have an exact copy of the actual commercial. It's just that tacky. Just when you were certain you already lived thru the day irony died, something like this comes along and proves you wrong. It is apparently certain that: a. No one in...
It beats the daylights out of sending one word doc out for markup and getting three competing revisions back. They can make great inroads against Office if they roll this into the cost of iWork.
keep the regular apps and add these. life w/o these on local media would be dark.
Many CRTs have had glare reduction coatings, long before LCDs became prevalent. I have seen several Apple Studio Displays and some of the Sonys and others - you can see an effect when they get a bit of water on the screen, and coatings eventually can get worn off from people who need to touch the screen as they work for reasons I will never quite understand. Laptop screens were historically dimmer than CRTs and spent more time facing windows, lights and sky than a static...
Millions of men headed out the door in November with their wives yelling after them "Don't forget to get a turkey!" And lo and behold they came home with 8 to 20 lb Vista machines. Mystery solved.
for these dolts to just bang their head against any freely available wall than to try and tangle with a company with a $20B war chest? I seriously doubt people who were going to spring for a $2300 low end Pro will drop to $2000 for something untested that will have zero support. (EFI-X-USA won't support MacOS and Apple won't support running it on their box). Not much of a pro solution. I have a few legal clones in the shop here that never lived through the subsequent...
A EULA is a contract that stipulates the use of a license. If you agree to it you are bound to its terms as long as you operate under that license. Apple can say you hereby agree to wear red socks every time you use their computer, and you are within your rights to refuse to enter into the contract. Psystar doesn't get to whine because Apple created a license that contains grants and restrictions. Psystar's legal burn rate is likely their limiting factor. I'm...
The Seagate that's trading for $4.52 and whose founder once told a startup that there'd never be a hard drive in a commodity device? That Seagate? Oh, well.
Don't any of these folks own a compiler that can compile ppc?
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