Can you be more specific, tell me
exactly how I need to change
the preferences for wiretap. I already
have it set to quicktime.
Apple's support for its developers gets ever better.
I totally agree. Launchpad should run in a window. Spotlight is still the way to go for power users. Of course,normal people will like the launchpad.
The best part is Alan (kid with the fro) has been telling anyone thats asked us why we're waiting in line is that Abercrombie is looking for new models. None of us are exactly "model material" but alotta people have been going along with it. There'll be a video up later tonight, it's priceless! :D
However, as the Store (well the UK one at least) is now down...
We'll have to wait!
She is the greatest folk singer nobody knows about....
Cool.:cool: Looks like the hardware pages, which I like, a lot.
Yeah. I think it's a great improvement :)
OK I tried a 3tb Hitachi in my 2009 xserve and it only reports 2.2tb, so I think 2.2 is the limit.
I was going to send it to him today then it hit my gut and I thought logically.
So I went back and said change of plans, I want to do the exchange with my friend.
What's funny is since I told him that I'd like to do the exchange with my friend in person again, he hasn't responded. If he doesn't respond from this point on, I think I made the best decision of the century, because it was obviously a scam.
How does it compare to an alubook keyboard? Does it have the same feel to it? I'm a bit worried that the keys will not feel as 'soft' as the alubook's.
I tried this one, and it really feels horrible (like a VAIO.. *shudders*) : http://shopping.yahoo.com/p:Logitech%20UltraX%20Keyboard%20Keyboard:1991330435
Thanks for the link, I'll try to find a shop carrying it in Europe!
Don't think you could go wrong with this keyboard. As to comparing it to the AluBook????? I don't have one and my experience is limited to a few keystrokes at an Apple retailer. HOWEVER, it does seem to compare very nicely from my limited experience. Trust me, this is a nice keyboard especially if you are used to laptops. Finally, I think you might be in luck. I believe I did a Google search and came up with some European/Japanese sites that carried this and/or had some reviews of it. I could swear that in a review I came across some info that you could get a BT version of the IceKey. If they sold it here in the states I'd get one as my G5 is BT. My goal is to "cut the cord" so to speak. I highly recommend the Icekey.... good luck. Cheers
My thoughts exactly, I could see him dying from infection, but not in 2 hours.... There must be more to this.
Do you think there was more to it � maybe fowl play was involved?
All I have to say is ROTFLOL! :D
You can currently buy a Refub for $249 from ATT online store... so this is probably a bad time to sell.
I think only a few east coast stores ever had them, and you were required to activate in store to prevent re-selling.
Anyways, that doesn't apply at all to anyone international. eyemac, no don't worry about it :) I'd prefer to keep offers to PM just for privates sake but I will comment that I'm looking for a little more because I still lose a few dollars there, and I really don't want to lose any money. I'm seeing them go for $450-$550 on eBay so that would be optimal but I don't expect that here, of course.
Please bid if you are interested :)
Applecare is finally running out and will expire in 31 days or so. So, as mentioned in another post, Apple in in the process of changing out the HD with a newer 250 GB cause the other HD was failing.
The system, although it has a 8600 card in it, so far runs well and does what I need it to do. However it going on 3 years, should I upgrade to another 17, or even a 15?
Granted I could sell it to sell your mac, or even Apples recycling program, but should I?
Please let me know what everyone thinks - thanks!
Who the **** am I annoying?
Edit: Just realized the reason you're annoyed. Poor guy living paycheck to paycheck can't even afford a free iPad.
Childs play. Supports 2 30" displays easily.
Even my 24" iMac 1920 X 1200 powers a second 24" monitor @ 1920 X 1200.
22" @ 1600 x 1080 is even fewer.
Regardless of seeing each other before, the groom will still have those "holy cow" feelings with knots in his stomach when the doors open and she starts down the aisle. My wife and I used this method at our own wedding and it made things so much smoother and took a lot of pressure off of our photographer.
My wallpaper for the month of February was in honor of Discovery's last flight.