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StrangeDays said:crowley said:StrangeDays said:elijahg said:Why does the content always align with the left side of the top menu? Looks pretty stupid at anything wider than 1024 pixels...
What you're seeing is a very common design pattern -- a centered content column. But in this case the "cards" scroll horizontally, so they continue to the right. Or the left:
You can find this design pattern everywhere. Like on this very website:
...it's not weird. It's an extremely common design pattern that's over a decade old.
Have you never maximized your browser on any popular website before? Very confused how you folks think this is new or unique to Apple. The only difference is Apple's Store page has "cards" that scroll horizontally across the width...but it's the same centered column:
Apple should gradient those carousels out, or balance them with a background in some way. Looks silly otherwise, like someone forgot to finish the job.
MacPro said:Cheap, low quality often wins out in certain markets, look at VHS history. Perhaps they shouldn't be in the same category in the first place. HomePods are genuine music speakers which can hardly be said for the Amazon speakers.
gatorguy said:IreneW said:Why are all these, apparently American, posters complaining about EU (or, in this case, an individual member state) fining a company for violating GFPR? In Europe we actually have a law that says we, as individuals, own our data. That is not the case in the US, where companies may, more or less freely, buy and sell your private information.
You should be glad EU makes sure there are mechanisms implemented to protect privacy, it may come in handy once you get your legislators to work for you (and not for the highest bidding lobbyist).
- when there are legitimate interests – for example, if your bank uses your personal data to check whether you'd be eligible for a savings account with a higher interest rate
libertyforall said:Congress needs to institute at least a ten year ban on any government-provided benefits to those who come to this country illegally (should probably be longer for illegals) or legally. This could help ensure that those who are coming genuinely want to work hard and make a better life for themselves, not merely take taxpayer funded benefits. Those who also come here need to be formally educated about our history and form of Constitutional Republic to help ensure we don't just get more people here from socialist or communist nations looking to push to convert our nation. There are enough of those nations already.
And if they can't draw on it, then it follows that immigrants should be excused from paying social security, and there, you've just made it more attractive to hire immigrants.
Incidentally, the thread is about dreamers, people who came to the United States as children, so your points are barely relevant to them anyway.
jdw said:lkrupp said:Hey AppleInsider, social media sites are removing disinformation, lies, and conspiracy theories about Covid-19 and the vaccines. Why aren’t you doing the same? There are now a number of these bullshit posts from that crowd in this thread. Do your duty to protect the truth.