Monday, May 16, 2011

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isabelle caro before and after. Caro, who gave anorexia a face
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  • MacRumors
    Jul 21, 09:01 AM (

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  • mac17
    Jan 8, 12:31 PM
    I believe with QT Pro, you can save files such as those. Actually... might try it now lol

    if it works let me know how.

    isabelle caro before and after. Model Isabelle Caro Died
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  • peas
    Sep 28, 12:56 PM
    sweet, guess i need to read between the lines more.
    i just noticed on the box cover it had a monster sticker on it that said
    NO UPDATES ON ACADEMIC VERSIONS so i figured this .5 update wouldnt be allowed.

    thanks for the heads up

    isabelle caro before and after. Anorexic,thin or with curves
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  • nxent
    Apr 25, 01:14 PM
    this can't happen soon enough as my 3gs is slowly dying... my volume button(s) are gone and the bottom 1/2" of the screen no longer recognizes touch input.

    isabelle caro before and after. ISABELLE CARO BEFORE AND AFTER

  • techfreak85
    Apr 21, 11:20 PM
    Is this going to be used ultimately to rate posters (kind of like the Apple site for one example)?

    How is abuse of this going to be addressed?

    If all it�s used for is the post itself, I don�t see any value for this.

    What are MR�s (Arn�s and the other Gods) thoughts on what they want to do with this?

    If it was more of a "thanks" system, I envision that it could show which members have thanked the post and could also show in the user info how many thanks the member has received total.

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  • ciTiger
    May 2, 10:02 AM
    I hope performance in gps accuracy isn t affected by it...

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  • justperry
    Apr 15, 01:48 PM
    I hope this is true... I really would like to have a more rugged case design on the iPhone (planning on getting the next version). I had the 3G iPhone and the back plate always felt flimsy / fragile.

    For the antenna - could the antenna placement be put near the apple logo on the back (maybe that is plastic) or -- might there be enough antenna surface to receive through the front?

    I also wonder if they could tie an antenna to the bezel on the front of the phone, or integrate it into the aluminum enclosure on the back. Not knowing metallurgy, I am not sure if there is a way to turn aluminum to a receptive material or could the case be of an aluminum alloy to allow reception?

    No way Dude.
    All of the phones that I see open to see the internals had metal shields in the front to get less radiation from the antenna.
    It is still not proven whether or not U can get cancer from radio waves.
    But,I do know certain places where radio waves will kill U.
    Don't even come close to a very high power antenna from a radio station,a T.L. will even light up if you hold it nearby.

    Making an antenna of the aluminium casing is impossible,don't U think Apple and others would have done that long time ago:eek:

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  • JML42691
    Oct 14, 09:11 PM
    Wow. Do you people realize that this topic was originally posted WAY WAY back on Jan 10, 03:12 PM??? 10 months ago?
    I did when I made my post, it doesn't change the situation much, if at all. What they did was what they did, and the majority of this discussion was after last year's MWSF, in which case the upcoming MW of which the OP discussed the point of if they should be banned hasn't even happened yet. So this discussion is still very active and relevant.

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  • dalvin200
    Sep 12, 07:57 AM
    Yeah. I am off to bed for 4 hours. iTunes will just be frustrating given its not going to be for us I think. Maybe there will be some juciy hardware in 4 hours or so.

    u know u won;t get a seconds sleep.. cos you'll be thinking and thinking.. iPods, movie store, thinking.. and you'll be back on macrumors within 2 mins :P

    isabelle caro before and after. After. image. Isabelle Caro
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  • MikhailT
    Apr 6, 11:16 PM
    Microsoft is doing the smart thing by basing W8 on W7 and refining with a smaller collection of new features/improvements instead of trying everything new like they did with Vista. They are not going overboard this time around and they're also pushing to do <3 year release cycle. I hope they do another smart thing by actually decreasing the price of their SKUs a bit while reducing the SKUs as well. W8 Home for 150$ and W8 Pro for 250$, remove the Ultimate SKU.

    Windows 8 is rumored to have a new feature called History Vault that's similar to Time Machine, so it'd be interesting to see how it works out.

    Please note that it's not fair to compare both right now. They both say things but it does not mean that those features will show up in the final build. W7 changed a lot from the first beta to the final release due to their massive beta test program. Microsoft is likely to repeat the same beta test project with W8 because of the massive success it bought to W7.

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  • anotherarunan
    Jan 15, 01:25 PM
    But eventually the specs will get better and better for either the same price point or reduced price points over the course of time... Also, it looks like no Apple Remote and Front Row for the MBAir??

    the apple remote is an optional extra! like the superdrive, theres an optional extra ethernet USB adapter. (for the MBA single USB port!)

    just wait for the apple USB hub announcement to come in the summer! :D

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  • SilentPanda
    Apr 24, 11:02 AM
    Has there been any word from the higher-ups on why this feature was implemented now after years of asking and for seemingly no good reason?

    Doctor Q addressed some of this in post 149 (

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  • chrismacguy
    Apr 25, 04:39 PM
    Assuming McDonalds deal with it appropriately and fire the workers in question that is a bit of an over-reaction.

    They havent acted appropriately so far... Only firing 1 of them is hardly "appropriate". If they don't fire the lot then I shall stand by this. If they do, and provide every incentive to ensure this won't happen again, Ill gladly change that, but Im still disappointed they have only fired 1 instead of all at once.

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  • ngenerator
    May 3, 01:51 PM
    I don't really get this... You already pay fees for the data - why do they care for how you use it?

    Fees for the data for that one device. But please don't start a "tethering is awesome v. tethering is against the rules" war here, there's plenty of other threads for that.

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  • FF_productions
    Nov 16, 07:14 PM
    We just finished the transition to Intel processors, can we work on the OS? Wait the OS is already perfect...What the hell is there left to do? Make a PowerBook G5?

    isabelle caro before and after. Anorexic Model Isabelle Caro
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  • arn
    Jan 6, 08:51 PM
    Could the Arn make sure we don't see advertisements for the new iPhone/iTV/MacWhatever/iStuff thingies when we reach this page?


    just some generic apple ads there now.


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  • tveric
    Oct 3, 01:51 AM
    All this talk is great. Only on macrumors can you see so many people ignoring the 800 lb. gorilla in the room - namely, the fact that a huge majority of users still get their music from sources other than buying it online. 83% don't buy music at least once a month from the itms. 5% of the music on ipods is from the store.

    I know it's the in thing in these forums to profess love for the itms, and curse its competitors and would-be hackers, but the fact is, the store exists for one reason - to give Apple a legitimate entity to point to when the RIAA accuses it of producing devices that encourage piracy - namely, iPods. Don't get me wrong - I love that they did that, and the success of the store ensures I will be able to buy DRM-free mp3 players for quite some time.

    But don't kid yourself into thinking that reverse-engineering of the Fairplay tech will make a rip of difference one way or the other. In case you haven't noticed, it's already easy to get DVD-quality movies and TV shows online for free. Yes, yes, I know, that's illegal, and we're all going to get sued by the MPAA and the RIAA and NCAA and AARP. Just let me know when I should actually start worrying about it.

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  • twoodcc
    Aug 15, 12:11 AM
    Ooooh! great, it will be good to get the points on our team from that 465!

    thanks. so far this thing is smoking. but it is using different units. i'm not sure what the ppd for the card itself is, but it's gotta be 10K ppd or more.

    2 more :eek: farout man! how do you afford all that hahaha!

    well only 1 465 gtx. the other was just another 9800 GT. but when i run 3 of them in the same computer, one of them overheats - to 104C! but if i take one out, then it runs fine

    isabelle caro before and after. Anorexic model Isabelle Caro#39;s
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  • LastLine
    Jan 5, 04:40 PM
    Also switch off mobile, unplug landline, wear iPod, raise volume, close curtains, disconnect TV, put head under pillow, sing loudly ... and retreat to a remote Hebridean island until the keynote is posted.

    Alternatively, if you're feeling more extreme...

    "And one more thing...all 5G ipods have a built in wireless chip which we activated about 5 seconds ago, so here's a recap for all those of you listening in..."

    Apr 13, 03:24 PM

    Never took a picture of it, so... here it is. Still my most recent.

    Nov 16, 04:38 PM
    awe dude now ive gotta stay up and find out! (its 10:30pm UK time!)

    If it makes you sleepier, I don't have any inside information - I don't even know anyone who works at an Apple Store. I could be wrong, but it makes no sense to me that anyone would put down their online store on a Thursday afternoon a month and a half before Christmas unless it was a product update (well, frankly, I don't understand why Apple product updates on the Store work the way they do, but ).

    [EDIT: Apparently, I am all wet. Looks like it was just a facelift.]

    Third possibility: Mac mini Core 2 Duo - Apple Insider said there was a link to a page for them but no page.

    Apr 28, 09:31 PM
    For example, here's a thread I started earlier this month: I was playing with some code from various tutorials that was no longer functional, found a way to fix it and chose to give that solution back to the 'net and it was immediately useful for another user.

    That is good balamw, very good of your part to give back. But I decided to give back to only those who stayed with me to the End and showed true patience. Besides, this code is a piece of cake for all you.

    *If your a beginner, just send me an E-mail and I will help you, PATIENTLY.

    Oct 5, 01:28 AM
    Methinks you don't have a good grasp of public key encryption. (Or at least how it's supposed to work).

    The encryption key is the one that is top secret because it's the one you keep private, and is the one which would allow DoubleTwist (or anyone else) to masquerade as iTS. The decryption key, by it's very nature, is vulnerable and in effect "public" (since it must be on the client machine, so it can be discovered). There is a flaw in the FairPlay system that Jon has exploited before (as I mentioned earlier in the thread) which has to do with the fact that the files are personalized locally on the client machine, so if they can fool iTunes into personalizing third party files, they're in like Flynn. (This also has the effect of making a private key or equivalent available on the system which may be the chink in FairPlay's armor).

    Essentially, the FairPlay system is one that implies a certain amount of trust. Once you authorize a machine all of the purchased tracks from that account on the machines can be decrypted. Even if they are not on the machine at the time of the authorization and the machine is not on the network at the time (I have played back encrypted videos on DVD-R on my iBook while it was not on the 'net.)

    I don't know how often it needs to "phone home" so you can't just load up 5 machines with protected content, detach them from the network and deactivate all of your machines at iTMS... Then spend the next year working on 5 more systems...


    good lord, if anyone actually got through reading all this, can there be any doubt left that all consumers want is DRM-free content??? There's a simple rule that exists - the more complicated the DRM you put on your content, the less likely that people are going to buy it. Hence, people are downloading music and movies for free, and ripping Netflix DVDs to their hard drives to burn their own copies.

    You can't put the genie back in the bottle. Until there's DRM-free movies and music for sale online, so-called pirated downloads will continue to dwarf legal downloads. End of story.

    Oct 2, 03:04 PM
    As usual, any hack that will come out will probably be hard to use, and <1% of the general computer-using population will ever use it. I don't see this as a big threat, really...

    I'd say less than 10% of the general computer-using population even *heard* of the previous iTunes 'Play Fair' stuff (such as Hymn, Harmony, etc.), much less even thought of using it. Don't believe me? Ask your Mom, Grandma, non-geek friends, etc.

    More people have heard of the 'DeCSS' programs, but, again, how many have actually used them? I'd say less than 1% of the computer-using public. And most of these people, like me, would only use it to exercise 'fair use' rights (i.e. I'm going on a plane trip, and I rip a DVD I own to my HD to save battery power, then I delete the files after watching it).

    Here's the thing... he isn't making a crack for FairPlay. He is giving a "copy" of FairPlay to other stores, etc, so they can also sell FairPlay encrypted songs and movies. It is basically opening up the iPod (as far as non-programed content goes).

    Of course, Navio and Real have done similar things, and we haven't heard from either for a while. Only real difference now is that he's a big name.

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