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 Yep. I bought a Yikes G4 back in the day and saw it upgraded to the Sawtooth motherboard before I barely had a chance to break it in. Early adoption has a downside, and given that this issue only affects a very small minority of users, it doesn't really worry me. The 2015 version should be amazing, with Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.1 ports, Skylake processors (and new RAM right?)Also, the 5K Thunderbolt display should be about ready for mass production by mid-year. I think...
 AFAIK, TextEdit still has a floating color palette.
Affinity Designer offers a CMYK workflow, and Photoshop and InDesign alternatives are said to be on the way from them.   2015 is going to be a great year for Mac artists and designers.
Actually, if you truly promised to do THAT to Ottawa, many Canadians would fight to elect you Prime Minister.
 It absolutely was Canadians, fighting as part (and with the combined forces of) the British Empire. And given the current state of North American education, I have no doubt that people living directly below Canada would advocate using military weapons with contaminants that would feed directly into your own water supplies.
I still miss the annual Blu-Ray vs. HD-DVD fights from the mid-2000s. 
 It's not unique. Every country deals with this issue. Every single one. While all recent presidents have been bad in this area, a 70% increase under one President's watch is nothing to sneeze at. Especially when Obama criticized the mounting debt while he was a senator and put his name forward as someone who could and would deal with it. And for much of his term he had a Senate controlled by his party, and they couldn't (or more accurately wouldn't) even pass a budget. I...
The U.S. debt vaulted past $18 trillion dollars today. According to Breitbart, it's skyrocketed 70% since Obama took office.   Since unfunded liabilities probably at least quintuple this figure, and there's absolutely no plan on how to pay it all back, I think it's safe to say that the U.S. economy now has no way out.   When Canada - of all countries - decides to bail on the reserve status of the U.S. dollar, you may as well admit that that things are on a very, very...
Of course, when a future neo-con president declares that he will arbitrarily decide which laws he will enforce, this will be evil again.
 If this innovation is truly performance-based and not simply meant to turn computers into disposable commodities to be replaced every three years, shouldn't it begin with the Pro and not the Mini? Why can I replace the RAM in a Pro and not a Mini? Did making the Mini's RAM non-upgradable this year make it significantly faster?
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