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  • Or split into 2 products... My personal wish list: Colour Screen. iPhoto sync. Built-in camera, mobile phone style but decent pixel count. Blutetooth to swap pics with other iPod/phones/computers. Bluetooth to use my mobile to dial up to syn…
  • OK, now I've read a few more postings. Response to some PowerBooks/Portables postings: "iBook G4 hints at something coming" It hints at the fact that the G3 version sucked wasn't selling enough running up to christmas. "Apple's portables r…
  • Sorry if this is all been mentioned, I read the first page or so then decided to post. About this 2 or 4 chip PPC440 system with moduled altivec, ethernet etc.. here's my thoughts: 1. I like it. 2. It could be a thin client. 3. If it's for a…
  • Quote: Originally posted by LiquidR I'll check it out, thanks. I really don't need a dual boot system, just being curious is all. I think I may give it a try for the hell of it, if I feel confident that I won't wreck my system. try yellow d…
  • Just my guesses... Apple offer Solaris on XServe option Sun Server/Apple Client corporate bundles Sun take on Aqua porting of OpenOffice Maybe a larger scale thing where Apple and Sun offer a complete business package including hardware, OS,…
  • just a thought...(i'm gonna regret this...) but doesn't this kind of already happen with the recent documents feature of the apple menu...is that not a kind of 'smart folder' that groups alll the last opened document? My point: if so, it's not…
  • Quote: Originally posted by CubeDude Does anyone know how to get out that silver screw that the T&S stand goes into? I'm using the wrench that came with the stand, but I can't get anything to move. Please help. Yeah as mentioned you hav…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Chucker Oh yeah? Before or after removing QuickTime, Cocoa, Carbon, Quartz, Aqua, OpenGL, the Finder, ...? In: QuickTime OpenGL Quartz Cocoa Out: Finder (replaced with version suitable for size) Carbon Aq…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Chucker Scaling down OS X to an embedded OS? Even if that were efficient, where's the point when Apple already *has* two embedded OS'es - an ancient one called NewtonOS, and a fairly recent, albeit limited one - i…
  • Shameless, shameless post bump.... How can i live with myself? because I wish I had a newton that didn't need two hands to hold it...
  • Quote: Originally posted by Mr. Me Pi doesn't exist? Are you serious? That's not philosophy, it's just silly. I would suggest that you go to high school and take some math. Then you might do well to take some science and engineering courses. …
  • Quote: Originally posted by Elric I had this dream about a PDA looking thing but it was bigger. It was in a leather zippered case about the size of a file-a-fax. It had a color touch screen with a stylus for writing. It looked more like something…
  • Quote: Originally posted by 1337_5L4Xx0R I've just de-brushed metaled Calculator, iChat and Safari. Doesn't this look so much better? No
  • Quote: Originally posted by Silverlode Total Junior Member comment. Guess we're second class citizens around here. Let me rephrase: While I would like nothing more than to believe you, every experience I've had with Apple's stated and actu…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Silverlode Sorry. But...uhh...no. Do you have a basis for that no or is it just a 'Junior Member' comment?
  • Quote: Originally posted by King Chung Huang There's also a tidbit about Power Mac G5s shipping on MacNN's front page! Maybe we've all become accustomed to "August" meaning "September" in Motorola parlance, whereas it means "July" in IBM speak (j…
  • Quote: Originally posted by ZO Anyway... back to 2003 where a floppy isnt even supported by the OS. Or is it? Does anyone know? Has anyone even TRIED???? I havent used a floppy in over 4 years Yes, i've used an external floppy drive from a so…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Smircle I think, a breakout box like this will never come out of Apple. Much too un-Apple-like, ugly and worthy of a Dell. Sorry to disagree but Apple have nearly released this before... The first RISC project at…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Gargoyle Unless the ADSL modem has ethernet too, then it wont work. You can pick up a Netgear ADSL router quite cheap and they work quite well. I have installed 4 of them in local companies so far. G Cheers f…
  • Quote: Originally posted by SquidThing Thank you, yes Dantz Retrospect does look useful, At the moment I'm looking for a demo version to try it out. Andrew I use retrospect all the time with my DVD-R/CD-RW, it works with either media. It'…