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   hopefully 2 TB of internal storage comes prior to 2016. Our office has been stuck buying the 13" MacBook Pro since 2012 due to the lack of internal storage. In related news... a pair of OWC's 1 TB SSDs work beautifully as RAID boot drive in the 13"!  Our oldest has been running for almost 2 years with no issues & daily use.
My question is when will we gain (at least) 2 TB of internal storage on the MacBook Pro? I have purchased 4 13" (old model) MacBook Pros in the past 3 months for this very reason - not enough internal storage in the new ones.
 Well, the article is about the American Civil Liberties Union, and the app is only for use in the United States (and specific states at that). So logic would dictate that the America Civil Liberties Union, in making an app to protect US citizens liberty, would utilize the physically largest symbol of American Liberty as their icon. The flame of the Statue of Liberty. 
  I am assuming you are not a US citizen if you do not recognize Lady Liberty's torch.  The ACLU has spent its entire existence fighting for the pursuit of liberty in the US- this app is quite apropos. “So long as we have enough people in this country willing to fight for their rights, we’ll be called a democracy.” -- ACLU founder Roger Baldwinhttps://www.aclu.org/about-aclu  liberty |ˈlibərtē| noun (pl. liberties) 1 the state of being free within society...
which part? if you are referring to the use of the word audible, on a Mac, control-click --> Look Up "..."  The dictionary is your friend, use it. Knowledge is king. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZthQc-93RYc&feature=youtu.be&t=61
you must have *completely* missed the original article. original post in the thread.
  then why are you replying to me?
 The issue in this article, as i saw it, was that Oregon changed property tax law, resulting in Apple delaying build-out.Both seasteading & private "island-countries" would nullify the moving-target taxation situation for datacenters & the property they are built on.
 the problem is a reliable connection for data. i assume it would not be simple, quick or cheap to tether a ship in international waters to one of the trans atlantic or trans pacific fiber cables... buying private islands would probably be a better method - if actors can do it, i am sure Apple & Google can.
Even more important is the deadlines that Buffet & Gates have set on the giving away of their foundation's monies within a certain number of years postmortem. This is all based on the idea that the cost to solve problems will increase more rapidly than the capital in the charities. Good on the likes of Cook, Jobs, Buffett, Lenfest and others of their ilk. "The man who dies rich, dies disgraced." -Andrew Carnegie
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