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 They did the exact same thing with Courier a number of years ago. That got loads of people excited, yet the product never materialised.
 Yes please to both. I can't believe Aperture doesn't yet have the geometric fix that LR has to compensate for pictures taken at odd angles. I've been wanting this for years. I find it hard to believe that LR's "remove annoying subject" works as well as their website claims, but if it does, please throw this one in too.  It sure seemed like Logic was overdue for an upgrade, and it turns out they were doing a major overhaul. Let's hope Aperture hasn't been forgotten and...
It is now possible to install the Logic content to an alternate system drive even if the Logic application is not installed there.   Thank you. This is part of why I've held off on buying. My desktop (Mini) has dual SSDs, and they tend to run fairly full. Now I don't have to worry about clearing up another 36gb of space for samples and loops!
 Correct. AT&T Wireless was already building out GSM side-by-side with TDMA when the merger with Cingular was announced. At the time, I believe Cingular was providing GSM services with an agreement with T-Mobile while its pre-GSM network was also TDMA. As someone said earlier, the AT&T Wireless/Cingular merger made sense due to compatible technologies, and because post-merger each of the two companies would no longer incur separate costs investing in its own network...
 Depends on your definition of "more powerful" I suppose, but until Page Layout mode returns to Pages, I'll continue to use the pre-neutered version :) I'm afraid I also vastly preferred the inspector (and the ability to have multiple inspector panels open simultaneously) to the side panels the new versions have. Admittedly, I'll likely get used to that change and stop my whining, but I'll continue to moan about the removal of major functionality to Pages until it...
 Yes please :) Oh wait, I doubt my early 2011 MBP would know what to do with a 4K display...
 I have no real evidence that any of them do this, but I can't fathom why companies like Google would offer free email accounts if not to monetize them somehow. I haven't read through their terms-of-service since I my two primary personal email accounts are through services I pay for, but I suspect they capture some information and use it to their advantage. I have friends who refuse to use Facebook due to privacy concerns yet use gmail. Really?  Just out of curiosity, how...
 So perhaps those of us who like Mavericks simply don't use gmail. I don't, and have been running 10.9 since DP2 and haven't had a single issue I would identify with the upgrade. This was a refreshing point-zero beta compared to the previous two major releases. 10.8 was a disaster rife with frequent kernel panics. I believe I've had only one with 10.9. I'm sure the gmail bugs annoy the heck out of anyone who relies on "please spam me and comb my emails for targeted...
 lol - now there's a solution I hadn't though of ;-)
This, making my upcoming decision that much tougher. I have a 1st-gen Mini that will likely be replaced next month and I'm trying to decide between the new Mini and the Air. Love the Mini form factor, but I do a fair bit of reading and often use my iPad as a second monitor (using the brilliant Air Display) which has me thinking the full-size screen might be nice too.   Ugh, someone make the decision for me :)
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