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  The only things which matters is whether corporate interests are aligned with open source.  If they are then resources flow.  When it does not you have a gimped dev team of two and a half men.   Webkit was an Apple fork refactored to meet Apple's needs and Apple goals and what could be released under BSD was done so rather than LGPL to make it corporate friendly for reuse (everything but webcore and javascriptcore).   Back in the day I remember one of the original KDE...
  Only technically inaccurate when taken out of context.   Out of context then even upgrade sales of OSX to existing mac owners are also not associated with new device sales.  There's a hell of a lot more of that than there are hackintoshes.
So I got this email earlier this week about how I should show up yesterday to protest Maryland's idiotic proposed gun control law because I belong to a shooting club.   But it's worded (slight paraphrase here because I don't have it open) "Join us to show you are against ANY new gun control laws".   Which I'm not.  I'm just against stupid ones.  There are some stupid provisions in SB281 but there are quite a few that make sense:   Prohibiting people with...
  It's completely factual in the context of the discussion of the numbers presented in the article.  It's like folks discussing the Super Bowl game and Slurpy stating:   "And what's more amazing that every single throw to XXX is caught even when completely smothered by a defender" and some smart ass showing a picture from the regular season of XXX dropping the ball with no one around.  The statement isn't true as a general statement but is completely true in the context...
  Except it's not a sound rebuttal.  Every single data point on that chart associated with OSX or iOS represents an Apple device sale.  Every single hackintosh on that chart is associated with a Windows device sale.  Those are not OS sales.  Read the chart title.
  The app might but the app + iPad not so much.  Plus there's no tactile response from the app.
  In what way is it not wireless and self powered?       The SATA connection is so you can replace the USB 3 module with a Thunderbolt one (or Firewire if your mac is old).     http://www.seagate.com/solutions/usm/   Is this plugged in when at home?  Yes.  So?  So is my laptop.   Would you use it at home?  Maybe, but you take a hefty wireless speed hit on any device hooked through it.  But this is primarily for storage on the go and it's designed for that.
  Are you including the car battery and inverter you'd need?  And so you mean express? :)
Yes families and once hacked for reliable eyefi use many other folks.If you want a SSD Kingston now has a 128GB version of their Wi-Drive for $170 but it is still USB 2http://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Wi-Drive-Pocket-Sized-WID-128GB-A/dp/B00AI922DQ/ref=pd_sim_pc_6
Given the old model is $189 on Amazon that might take a while.I have no clue why you guys think $200 for a wireless NAS with a 7-10 hour battery is overpriced or unattractive.
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