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36 Hours to go! ...

Bring it on APPLE!!!

iPod Phone
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post #282 of 500
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Originally Posted by shanmugam View Post

36 Hours to go! ...

Bring it on APPLE!!!

iPod Phone
30th Anniversary Mac!

I didn't see that. I don't go to the forums that much.
post #283 of 500
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Originally Posted by melgross View Post

I didn't see that. I don't go to the forums that much.

Ah you found the countdown thread?
The only thing you can be sure of here is the countdown timing.
I am 100% sure that this is not fake:
1 day, 10 hours, 19 minutes to GO.
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post #284 of 500
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Originally Posted by Slewis View Post

Ah, so it was Bill. I was just wondering, because I like a simple quote:
Know your Friends well, Know your Enemies Better

Microsoft is my Enemy

Sebastian

Yes, also:
Keep your Friends Close, Keep your Enemies Closer.
post #285 of 500
Thread Starter 
Steve Jobs sleeps with a Windows98 Celeron PC by his side with a photo of Bill Gates as the background and bouncing (the dodgy bounce-of-the-corners) screensaver.
post #286 of 500
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Originally Posted by audiopollution View Post

It's real.
http://www.ipmart.com/main/product/A...Copy,18634.php
It's not an Apple product, though.

Heh. Knew there was something wrong with that.
Ummm... Lawsuit because of the "scrollwheel"??
post #287 of 500
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Originally Posted by maimezvous View Post

Connected kitchens...so like an iTv dvice for the kitchen? I can see it now, a microwave with wi-fi. You can tell it to cook whenever you want from your computer. The catch is you have to put the food in.

Why are they wasting time with all these stupid gadgets and RADIO WAVES which are
SO LAST CENTURY

Where are the flying cars and humanoid, semi-intelligent Robot Slaves ?????
Pfft. 'Till then I'll take a sexy new Mac anytime over a "smart microwave that downloads recipes off the internet and sh1t".
post #288 of 500
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Originally Posted by Bergermeister View Post

Arrrrrrrrggghhh. The agony!

Too long till the keynote. Today is a holiday (in Japan) but I have to work a "half day" (by Japanese standards that means 9:00 to 5:00). Office heater broke on Friday night... Arrrghgghhgghghhhghggh! Keynote isn't tonight as I was thinking; it's tomorrow night! Time seems to have frozen, along with my office. Arrgggghgghgrhgshghgahghghgdhgsadghhsdhhgadsgabdba dbadbad!

That is a fake phone a couple of posts above. No mic and the "earphone" is off center, so I wouldn't hear anything Steve is saying when he calls me to congratulate me on my purchase.

1 hour 13 days 56 seconds

...
coffee...

1 day 13 hours and 55 minutes, plus or minus (fls vvery minus riht now)

Wow, and I thought *I* was losing it...
Your time zone [Japan] is close to Australia.
Easier to count as 34 hours to go.
So now is Tokyo\tMon 4:00 PM. You're still working I take it.
24 hours is Tokyo Tues 4:00 PM.
Yes you will have to work on Tuesday as well, I take it.
10 hours from Tokyo Tues 4:00PM means
you will have to follow keynote at
Tokyo Wed 2:00AM in the wee hours of the Japanese morning.

I have to wake up Wed 4:00AM Sydney/Melbourne and then
follow dribbles of the news for at least 3-4 hours. Frack me.
At least I am chronically unemployed.
post #289 of 500
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Originally Posted by sunilraman View Post

Wow, and I thought *I* was losing it...
Your time zone [Japan] is close to Australia.
Easier to count as 34 hours to go.
So now is Tokyo\tMon 4:00 PM. You're still working I take it.
24 hours is Tokyo Tues 4:00 PM.
Yes you will have to work on Tuesday as well, I take it.
10 hours from Tokyo Tues 4:00PM means
you will have to follow keynote at
Tokyo Wed 2:00AM in the wee hours of the Japanese morning.

I have to wake up Wed 4:00AM Sydney/Melbourne and then
follow dribbles of the news for at least 3-4 hours. Frack me.
At least I am chronically unemployed.

This international time is too confusing. It should all be set to New York time and be done with it!
post #290 of 500
Have you noticed how it takes longer the closer we get?

The first 6 months, I hardly thought about it at all. It went by like a flash!

The next 4 months had me thinking about it occasionally, and there was some drag.

The past 2 months, I've been talking and writing about it a couple times a week, and the time went by slowly.

The last week has been difficult, as we have been talking about it almost daily. Sometimes I think about it when lying in bed. It's been like molasses.

Right now, a bit over a day away, I can't stop thinking about it unless I'm involved with something intense. I check the time every few hours, and they are really dragging.

Tomorrow will be impossible, as all I want is for the day to pass, but it won't. It will stretch 'till next year.

Tuesday morning I will get up late, as the presentation is 3 hours later here in NYC then it is in California, where it is taking place.

That way I won't have to wait too long before it goes on. But that 2 hours before will simply never end.

I really don't understand it! \
post #291 of 500
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Easy there lass! Sounds like someone could use a good snoggin!

Yeah i love Scotland, too.
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post #292 of 500
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This international time is too confusing. It should all be set to New York time and be done with it!

What a mindset!
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post #293 of 500
Wouldn't it be funny if they just cancelled Macworld now?
post #294 of 500
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Originally Posted by b3ns0n View Post

Wouldn't it be funny if they just cancelled Macworld now?

no... and if it did I would hunt you down and kill you as your aabove posted jinxed it.



bxx

Seriously... I will hunt you down if they cancel.
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post #295 of 500
Wake up, 50min. left, swap thong move gogogo.




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post #296 of 500
Waaarrrrrgghghghghghghghh! 50 minutes! 50 minutes! Gotta buy some coffeeeeeeee.

STOP THAT!



1 day 2 hours till the Keynote and the future

 

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post #297 of 500
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[stewie]ok...ok... i get it... its a SLAP your looking for[/stewie]

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post #298 of 500
Gahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...Im so hyped, that matter what they unviel (Unless its an xMac (OMG (OMG(OMG)))) Im bound to be disappointed !


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Not long left !
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post #299 of 500
24 Hours and 20 mintues to Go!

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post #300 of 500
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I didn't see that. I don't go to the forums that much.

I will be sad

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post #302 of 500
Where is everybody? At work? At school?
Take the day off for Apple's sake!


23 hours and 26 minutes

 

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Originally Posted by Bergermeister View Post

Where is everybody? At work? At school?
Take the day off for Apple's sake!

In front of my 12", Dude. LOL


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post #304 of 500
Did we have countdown threads before Sunil? How long have these been going on for? I don't remember people EVER being THIS excited

Maybe it's just because I just woke up and any expenditure of energy baffles me right now.
post #305 of 500
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Originally Posted by gregmightdothat View Post

Did we have countdown threads before Sunil? How long have these been going on for? I don't remember people EVER being THIS excited

Maybe it's just because I just woke up and any expenditure of energy baffles me right now.


Welcome to 2007.


Oh, and good morning.

 

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post #306 of 500
final 24 hours FOLY HUCK!!
post #307 of 500
Exactly 23 hours to go

 

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post #308 of 500
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Originally Posted by shanmugam View Post

I will be sad

there's enough to comment about from the news articles, most of the time.
post #309 of 500
Less than one day left folks.


More accurately:


iTV,
Leopard,
iPod Phone,
Woot!
AAPL = $85.05TeddyBearslegillion
(supermarkado openino!)

/New Apple keyboard design with iPod dock? ..new Cinema displays with IR & iSight's? ..octo Mac Pro's? ..updated Mac Mini, who cares?

Heart rate 99.9, blood pressure 99.9/1, brain repssure 99.9.


Now where's my Apple Plasma TV?
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post #310 of 500
42" will do!

with iTV and keyboard

 

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post #311 of 500
22 hours 30 minutes

I really gotta get some sleep, and a life.

 

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post #312 of 500
You mean iLife ?
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8)

21 hours 51 minutes

 

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post #314 of 500
whats a life?

OMG OMG OMG O M F G!!!!!
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Originally Posted by Ireland View Post

Less than one day left folks.


More accurately:

i make it starting about 5pm here {our local time} is that about what you got? so by 8pm the keynote should be up on the apple site?

CONFIRM THIS!!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Trendannoyer

I make it starting about 5pm here {our local time} is that about what you got?

That's exactly right.


Quote:
Originally Posted by Trendannoyer

So by 8pm the keynote should be up on the apple site?CONFIRM THIS!!

Judging for past experience it'll be at least 8pm here before we'll see it, and when you're watching it I wouldn't encourage pausing the stream. So get your food, beers and tea ready before you push play so you wont want to miss a thing.

Here's the URL it'll be on; http://www.apple.com/quicktime/qtv/mwsf07 Check this now and then after 7pm if you don't want any spoilers.
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post #317 of 500
0 days 19 hours 52 minutes 55 seconds
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post #318 of 500
This is getting exciting! I figured that the Keynote is going to be at noon my time. I'll only have to wait three hours to see it! I hate school.
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post #319 of 500
Wow. I'm impatient.
I never get tired of being right all the time... but I do get tired of having to prove it to you again and again.
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This is getting exciting! I figured that the Keynote is going to be at noon my time. I'll only have to wait three hours to see it! I hate school.

At least it does something to pass the time!
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