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  • Yvan256
    Oct 6, 08:28 AM
    Then please go visit and see how user-applied changes break their designs to the point where elements are covered by others. Those designs usually apply to the W3 standards, and I bet they are far better at this things than either you or me.

    Having valid (X)HTML/CSS code doesn't mean it's well-coded. Some designers still think that webpages are static images where they (should) have pixel-perfect control. I hate those websites, some even go to the length of putting actual text content inside a GIF file because the browser couldn't render their 5-pixels-high font correctly.

    CSS Zen Garden shows how the web should be coded (XHTML structured content styled with CSS), but some of the designs (CSS files) are bad (yet use valid CSS code).

    If you view CSS Zen Garden with CSS disabled, you'll still have access to the content. It won't be pretty, but it'll be there. Content is more important than style (style with no content is useless).

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  • dwguertin
    Feb 9, 07:30 PM
    You'd be surprised how many people reluctantly put up with AT&T's abysmal service just so they can have an iPhone.

    People like me, who really like the iPhone but consider AT&T unbearable, are using older generation unlocked iPhones on T-Mobile, which, despite any of its faults, is far superior to AT&T.

    I'm looking forward to getting my Verizon iPhone. I'm saddened to be leaving T-Mobile (their customer service is excellent, and their pricing and optional services are top-notch), but Verizon offers better reception in my house.

    But see you are not leaving AT&T now, you are leaving T-Mobile.

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  • Fritzy
    Apr 13, 09:01 PM
    Hi all, I have bootcamped W7 with 70 gigs; but want to change it to have more space for games. I think I have to Delete the whole partition and then reinstall/bootcamp my W7 Disc, but will my key work with it?

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  • yuyi64
    Sep 11, 09:45 PM
    Does the Apple Store carry any cases for the 4th generation iPod Touch?
    I stopped by my local Apple store yesterday and asked that question and was told that they will not have any 4th gen cases this month. :(


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  • gatepc
    Jan 2, 12:46 AM
    And you're set up to fold for team 3446 right?

    Of course I already have around 480 folds on the team thanks to my PS3.

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  • vader_slri
    Mar 31, 12:05 PM
    That's like throwing away your computer because GarageBand is also available on the iPad, and attempting to produce an album on an iPad. Impossible.


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  • bigandy
    Nov 29, 01:26 PM
    I still don't understand what the issue is here. I can buy a DVD for almost the same amount and play it on as many devices as I want. The DVD has much better quality than the Apple downloads and has extra bonus features as well.

    Oh, and part of the reason movies are now costing so much is for the exhorbitant salaries that certain actors get paid.

    agreed. maybe DVDs should explode after being inserted into five different players :rolleyes:

    also, maybe instead of paying Tom Cruise et al $25m a film (a quarter of this average 'budget'), why not get decent actors? or the studios agree more reasonable salaries. i mean, i couldn't even spend that much money. there are only so many apple products :D

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  • ChrisBrightwell
    Sep 26, 07:13 PM
    If you think about it, you don't really have that much say in the matter.I may be in the minority, but the rule around here is that you obey whoever pays the bills. That means that if you're still living under your parents' roof (or you're depending on them to pay the tuition, room, and board), then you live by their rules.

    If I knew my kid was having sex with a girl he'd dated for three months, I'd have a problem with it. By that point, though, there's not much you can do shy of chaining him to his bed and her to hers.


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  • Al Coholic
    Apr 1, 03:19 PM
    Reading through this thread, I was wondering how many people defending the iPad are actually aware of its inherent shortcomings for professional users , and have actually used programs like Photoshop .

    The iPad was never meant to be used by professionals, it is not compatible with pro apps and devices on a basic level, like colour spaces, connectivity, file import/export, tethering, to name a few .

    As it's been pointed out before, finger gestures are a crutch, not an enhancement, just like they were since the introduction of trackpads .

    SJ called the iPad a post-PC computer - nothing could be further from the truth.
    It might help to develop better input devices in the future, but right now Apple doesn't seem to be part of it, aiming their products at a retro oriented crowd which is merely asking for simplification, instead of progress.

    ^This. Well stated.

    I live in Lightroom and Photoshop. (I literally earn my living with them).

    i do believe the "pros" are missing the point here though. photoshop can be very useful to a lot of people right now.

    We don't care about how useful the iPad is to "other" people. Good for them. The iPad is a consumer device designed for the general consuming public and always will be. It will never replace the tools "imaging specialists" need.

    The argument seems to be that I need to adopt the iPad and adapt to its shortcomings for my field while waiting for current technology to be included in subsequent versions. And as a pro, if I don't then I'll be left in the dust.


    The problem is a lot of people want the iPad to be more than it is. I fully understand it's one of those devices that leaves you begging for more but at the end of the day� it's just a tablet with all the inherent shortcomings associated with it's weak features and intended market.

    It's really that simple.

    you don't always have access or want to carry the 15 pound camera bag, the 5 pound laptop and the wacom tablet.

    Then these people aren't pros. This is what we do. I would sooner shed some weight elsewhere than use a silly-assed iPad instead a laptop with 1 TB of disk storage, SD slot, the CPU to handle multiple loads in PhotoShop, burn the occasional proofs to DVD for a client, etc... And not to mention, the ability to tether with my cameras to the laptop should I need to.

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  • grapes911
    Apr 20, 10:47 PM
    Once is enough (


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  • steve2112
    Jan 10, 04:58 PM
    It's a shame, really, because they are removing the very qualities that would make me shop for a VW. I would prefer a Golf though. As I said above, I wonder if Golf will maintain its more European character, or if it too will be dumbed-down and upsized.

    They make not tinker with it too much, though they did try to take it a bit down market in its last revision. They may just stick to the four door sedans, since they tend to be the biggest sellers. The ironic part is that people laughed when VW tried to move upscale in the 90s, more into the luxury market. Now people are giving them flak for trying to make their stuff more affordable.

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  • jrko
    Apr 15, 11:08 AM
    got 10.5 abd am loading it up now.

    Might take a while I guess


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  • ConceptVBS
    Apr 29, 10:05 PM
    So Samsung believed Apple was violating it's patents all this time but decided to do nothing about it. Now that they have been pushed they decide to act. Sounds to me they are trying to find whatever they can to bite back at Apple.

    When a customer walks into your store with $2000 to purchase your goods, are you going to call the cops when he walks into your store naked?

    No. Your just going to suck it up and let the man pay you the $2000 and let him leave.

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  • interlaced
    Oct 31, 12:08 PM
    Ahahahahahah. WOW. Between the confusion of 2GB Shuffles, Chundles's engraving suggestions and Snowy_River's picture, this thread has officially made my day.


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  • Gavroche62
    Jan 11, 01:37 AM
    It does raise the bar for other manufacturers, but this isn't the portable media player market. In business you either have to be the first, or the cheapest (neither applies to iPhone), simply being the best doesn't cut it. Apple and its devotees have argued for ages that MacOS is so superior to Windows it's ridiculous, but they've never managed to even put a dent in Microsoft's market share.

    With the iPod Apple was able to hog 60% of the market before the competition even woke up, but here they're up against Nokia, SonyEricsson, Motorola, Siemens, Blackberry, Palm/Treo, HP and a bunch of other giants with well established distribution channels and deals with every carrier on earth. I hope for Apple's sake they've patented the crap out of this thing because the first SonyEricsson iPhone killer is probably being designed as we speak.

    You're right this isn't the portable media market - those devices are primitive compared to what's being offered here and yet the heavy weights were NEVER able to even dent THAT market. You would think the likes of SONY, HP MOTOROLA, M$SOFT and all the other consumer electronics giants, with all of their resources, could come up with something smart enough to compete with the iPod over the years, right? Wrong! The iPod was revolutionary in its design and usability (and not the first portable media device by the way). Paired with the best online music store experience distanced it even further from the rest. That's what revolutionary means: a new playing field - a new system - a new product. Apple does this better than anyone in the world. I'm not sure the competition is just Nokia, SonyEricsson, and Motorola any more. Listen closely, Apple is attempting to reinvent the mobile phone by marrying what we traditionally associate with a smartphone (smartERphone actually) under a totally new "human friendly" and intuitive package. Those things tend to have mass appeal.

    If it ends up just being yet another slick mobile smartphone then yes, the competition will be a bear. On the other hand, if the mobile connectivity paradigm is changing as Apple wants it to, then its an (almost) level playing field again. Some may even argue that Apple has another head start on some of those technologies (mobile OS X for one - the best desktop OS now the best mobile OS)

    In the end, we all win. Competition is great. So lets just sit back, watch the race and hope the world doesn't meltdown before we can play with all of these toys.

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  • pyrotoaster
    Aug 13, 02:41 PM
    Well, this is about the second thing that came to mind. ;)
    And, it's based off a real one dollar bill! (oooohhhh...)


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  • snberk103
    Nov 22, 07:48 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    It goes to show you that they can still make a profit with $100 off. I guess the price gouging by Apple continues.

    You're making an assumption, and an unsubstantiated accusation....

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  • rasmasyean
    Apr 15, 08:40 PM
    You don't care if Europe collapses? Not even a teensy bit that our allies are going to fail?

    Not my words, hence the quotes

    I think you either read the statistical trend wrong or perhaps read a twisted version of it from some "Christian blog" of some sort.

    What's really happening is that the birth rate is "diminishing"...not "reversing". The trend throughout ALL 1st world and emerging economies is that the birth rate per person reduces. There are several factors for this including the fact that modernized civilizations do not need to have that many babies in hopes that a few will survive disease, famine, hardship, etc. And the few babies that do get born are brought up to be "more powerful humans" so to a sense that they are nurtured more and given more attention and education, etc. What happens is that the average "modernized person" can supply like multiple X more economic productivity than your average 3rd worlder. In addition, many more of those 3rd worlders will die before they have "fulfilled their usefulness" to society ... or perhaps even reproduce.

    Think of it this way. If a person with a degree in industrial engineering can make a machine that spits out 10,000 donuts per many "villagers" will it take to make an equivalent amount of food?

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  • likemyorbs
    Apr 17, 05:46 PM
    That's funny, because the ice team I started playing with (all straight guys except for me) recently kicked a guy off the team for using the F word repeatedly, and that was before I joined. I don't feel the need to use slurs when I play, and neither do they. They think it's cheap, immature and they won't tolerate it.

    That's actually very surprising (in a good way). People usually aren't as sensitive to that word as they are with the N word, especially straight people.

    Matt T
    Oct 5, 06:50 PM
    I'm a web designer and I think that part of good web design is flexibility and compatibility; in other words, a good website design should be one that can be customized at the will of the user, such as resizing a text box that is too small.

    Besides, have you seen this in action? (I got a 403 when I tried to view the blog - I don't know about you). Do we know that resizing a text box will rearrange any other elements of the site? Knowing Apple, they've probably come up with some way to resize the text box in a non-destructive manor, and maybe resize it back to it's original size when a user isn't using it. Does that make sense?

    All these features sound like great additions to Safari - especially searching text in a web page; it's about bloody time Apple!

    Lord Blackadder
    Sep 26, 10:33 AM
    Lets say his girlfriends parents say it's ok for them to sleep in the same room. Also, lets say that you also know that your son is having sex. Lets also say that your son has been going out with this girl for 3 months. So would you let him or not?


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    Jul 22, 11:29 AM
    Maybe as a workaround, you could move the "index.htm" file from the root of your CD into the folder (and rename the index.htm in the folder to something else), and put a new file that (only) automatically sends you to the index.htm in the folder (this page shouldn't have any content, only a simple redirect to the index file in the folder). That way you don't have to mess with moving up in the folder tree. :) Unless, of course, you have multiple folders and need to point to "index.htm" in each .. then this obviously wouldn't work. Is this the issue at hand?

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