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 First, I'm not the genius that proclaimed that no firewire device ever had one port only to have to make some shit up about "well, okay you found one so that PROVES my point".  And then having to backtrack when it is shown that you can, in fact, run a display even with a single port TB device at the end of the chain. Second, the MBA never had high speed connectivity before it got thunderbolt so whining about Apple improving the MBA is plain stupid. Third, you don't have...
 What if every time someone addresses one of your whines that you didn't just move the goal post?
 Because your statement that you can't have a display when you use these devices is clearly false.  You can.  The display does not have to be the last item in the chain nor do you need to have the Apple 27" Thunderbolt display do so.  So your bitching and whining is simply wrong. You want to use a single port TB device with your MBA and a monitor buy a $199 dock with HDMI out.  End of a non-problem.  So buy a different monitor.  This is not hard.  The CalDigit may not...
 Which part of "caldigit (and other) TB docks support HDMI 1.4 out" confuses you?  You dock your MBP into the dock.  You plug your monitor into the dock via HDMI.  You plug your TB SSD/Firewire adapter/Avid box into the dock via TB.  The thunderbolt single drive enclosure examples are just silly.  You can use USB3 SSDs and still hit 400 MB/s read speeds for $100-$200 less. http://oyendigital.com/USB-3.0-solid-state-drive.html For $309 I can get the 480GB USB 3 version vs...
Upgrade strategies:   Upgrade every year:   2009 2.26 Ghz Core 2 Duo GeForce 9400M $599 2010 2.4 Ghz Core 2 Duo GeForce 320M $699 2011 2.3 Ghz Core i5 (dual Sandy Bridge) HD3000 $599 2012 2.5 Ghz Core i5 (dual Ivy Bridge) HD4000 $599    $2496 Total   Upgrade every three years   2009 2.66 Ghz Core 2GeForce 9400M $849 2012 2.6 Ghz Core i7 (quad Ivy Bridge) HD4000 $899   $1748 Total   It's a lot more expensive unless you're selling last years model every...
No it doesn't. The cal digit (and other) TB docks support HDMI 1.4 out. Which means if you're dumb enough to buy single port TB drive bays for a single TB port Mac you can still run a display and your TB device.At a minimum you can support a 1080p monitor. It should also support a HDMI 1.3 compliant 2560x1600 monitor but my dell doesn't support HDMI at that rez without driver tweaking and I haven't bothered since I use mDP.
Apple owns the largest private clean energy facility in the US. Where Google depended on Duke in NC to get around to providing green energy Apple built out their own solar farm.The difference between Google and Apple is when Google touts another $x for y MW in renewables it's a contract for purchase from a utility. When Apple does so it's often actual new capacity it has built out on its own property.Apple generates far more green energy than Google does.
 Lol...like your need for brew is more mainstream than the need for x86 apps.
 I provided a link to code that shows that some clients are vulnerable that you ignored.  Exactly what more do you need as proof? Just google heartbleed and wget.  Which someone helping their lame IT department should be sufficiently skilled to do. And playing the "I'm an expert" card (or the even lamer passive aggressive "I'm not an expert" card) gets you butkus on the internet. And here Mr. "I'm not an expert but I researched this more than you" another...
 This is false.  Clients are vulnerable too. According to RFC 6520, heartbeats should not be sent during handshakes. In practice, OpenSSL accepts heart beats right after the sending a ServerHello (this is what Jared Stafford's ssltest.py does). Upon further testing, I have discovered that servers can abuse clients by sending a Heartbeat right aftersending the ServerHello too. It triggers the same bug.A proof of concept can be found in my repo...
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