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  • nope. music you subscribe to is bad. because you can't take it with you. and once the subscription is over, so is your music. 99 cents a track too expensive? for that one hit wonder? to own it forever? but $10/mo isn't? and you have to k…
  • taking a quick look at bitrates in my iTunes library... uncompressed AIFF audio: 1411 kbps (~1.4 mbps) apple lossless: 938 kbps (~ .9 mbps) where are people getting that airtunes uses apple lossless? that's still a compressed audio format tha…
  • according to the rules, winners are notified by e-mail sometime within three days. i'm not sure if this is three days from each win, or from the end of the contest.
  • no.
  • who says apple ripped off konfabulator? does anybody here know when apple started developing dashboard? no. then shut up. konfab was first to market, but that doesn't mean that apple wasn't already developing it. same with the whole wats…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Wrong Robot doesn't iTunes 4.5(mac and windows versions) allow for .wma conversion? like, you can't actually import a .wma, but you can convert it to .mp3 or .aac and then have it import. only the windows versio…
  • somebody has to say it, so i will: don't steal music.
  • i think i remember when the whole hPod thing came about, the talk was of late-summer/fall for it to be released. i could be wrong, and i'm too lazy to look it up.
  • having wifi in the dock would pretty much defeat the entire purpose. because where are the two places you are most likely to have a dock? next to your computer or next to your stereo. defeats the whole purpose of airtunes. besides, it just wouldn't …
    in WiFiPod Comment by pesi June 2004
  • Quote: Originally posted by equinox I want to do this, because me iMac has no WiFi-device, but only LAN. If it would be possible to stream Airtunes over LAN i don't need to buy a Wi-Fi-device. Regards, equinox but if you're running cabl…
  • the programs have completely different functions and markets. Garageband is an app to make music and play around with while Soundtrack's sole purpose is to make... well... soundtracks. Garageband is designed for people who have at least some inte…
  • Quote: Originally posted by msantti Maybe there could be some sort of competition and the winners could get their tunes posted on the iTMS. Yeah, I do not really want to see a ton of crap clogging up the iTMS. But a select few would be fine…
  • the latency on any such product is going to make most games unusable. there are such things as PAL to NTSC scan converters, but i don't know how well they work, and any particular ones to recommend.
  • take a quick look at dell.com. look at the totally enormous and befuddling number of different models they sell. then look at apple's streamlined product lines. divide r+d budgets accordingly. you'll see that apple spends far more on r+d for each in…
  • Quote: Originally posted by pianoman If I remember correctly, the iBook does not have the option of a superdrive, therefore you may be better off with the 12 or 15 inch powerbook, depending on what you can afford. -Ryan MCE is offering a s…
  • new iBook G4, about two weeks previously, an original eMac, which i had for a year + a few months. previous to that, no computer for a year and a half. previous to that, a tangerine iMac DV which i had for about 8 or 9 months. previous …
  • 1) physical connection is no problem. SAMBA should take care of the rest. (not sure about the NTFS thong though) 2) get VLC (video lan client). check versiontracker.com for it. 3) see number 1
  • Quote: Originally posted by [email protected] Can anyone tell me if Panther backdates the threading system and threads all your old emails? That'd be great for me! yes it does
  • i've been an avid eMusic user for a while. soon to be no more. the audio quality of the VBR MP3s is good. not that it matters much... much of the stuff on there is pretty lo-fi indie/punk stuff. as it currently stands, once you hit the new dow…
  • minimizing windows seems much faster now, even using the genie effect. much smoother too. not that i ever minimize any more with expose...