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  • MacAztec
    Apr 9, 07:29 PM
    I'm taking the summer off, and after having saved up quite a bit of money, I'd like to visit Europe. Here's my current plan, and I'd really just like some input from fellow board members that travel a lot, have visited these places, etc.

    Los Angles > Lisbon, Portugal
    Lisbon would be my first stop. I'd like to do some surfing, scuba diving, and exploring while here. Potentially work my way around other places in Portugal too (Porto maybe).

    Portugal > Spain
    I don't know much about this leg of the trip, but I'd like to visit Madrid and Barcelona.

    Spain > France
    I'll work my way around the south of France, before heading up to Paris.

    France > Germany
    A friend in Germany is taking time off, and has a car. She will show me her favorite things in the country.

    Germany > Czech Republic
    Praha! I know this will be fun.

    Czech Republic > Austria > Hungary > Croatia
    THis will be near the end of the trip, but I'd hope to do as much as possible in these cities.

    I'm looking for advice on must see places, places to skip (possibly even whole countries), and anything else you great members might have to add!


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  • luminosity
    Mar 11, 12:49 AM
    I was part way through switching to Nikon (I'd bought a D300). I decided I wanted to get a camera more suited to landscape/studio so I figured I was safer switching back to Canon and the 5DII.

    Over 18 months later, and I'm glad I did. I never thought it would take Nikon this long to release an affordable 5DII competitor.

    Nikon's competitor remains the D3x. Canon has no real competitor to the D700 without paying much more for the 1D Mark IV. The price differences are stark in both cases.

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  • nava
    Jan 26, 03:27 PM
    Yeah, she should get teh MySpace if she doesn't have one already. :)
    Lol, are you being sarcastic?

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  • Abstract
    Aug 4, 04:02 PM
    People with tin-foil hats were warning us for years. Now they have the last laugh, and the Tin-Foil Hat Co. will soon make billion$.


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  • Meltdownblitz
    Apr 10, 12:30 AM
    Looks decent. Can't wait till you get more photos up. Maybe even a video review would be awesome. The depending factor for me is how bulky it is.

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  • Lacero
    Mar 4, 11:32 PM
    Does anyone really use Illustrator CS to it's abilities to create vector artwork on the scale of photographic portraits?


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  • dccorona
    Apr 23, 05:22 PM
    I have the A Jays Four and am not impressed. Muddy sound. Suggest taking a peek at head-fi.org forums. Those boys will set you straight. I suspect they would side with the UE models.

    while I also suspect the UE will be the best of the bunch, how long have you used the A Jays? Most higher end headphones have to burn in the drivers, which usually takes several dozen hours, before maximum sound quality is achieved

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  • pdentremont
    Mar 23, 04:48 PM

    A lot of us are in a similar situation.

    1) There are tons or remote tools. You can SSH using putty to get terminal access. You can use Logmein or Bomgar for a remote control solution. The best option is a good VNC client(mac has a VNC support enable it in sharing). I haven't found one I like but i'm using a mac as my primary so it doesn't really matter.(If you find a good VNC client let me know for my co-workers.

    2)You have much better scripting in Mac. You can use BASH scripts, Perl scripts or Apple Scripting. Way better than BAT files.

    3)There are various options for giving you group policy options. Macs don't have Group Policy but have MCX or Managed Client Setting for OSX. Extend your AD schema(you can google it), you can get an apple server and build the Magic Triangle or buy a third party mac management solution. There is also some goodies coming in Lion that may solve your problem if you can be patient.

    Hope this answers your question.




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  • mainstreetmark
    Jun 23, 01:40 PM
    wow - this is a really new forum. there's only 15 members.

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  • gorskiegangsta
    May 2, 11:58 PM
    Are you sure the 2008 model has DDR3? If so, then it means the 2008 model is compatible with DDR3 so there should be no issues, it'll just downclock to 1067mhz.


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  • plinden
    Apr 25, 06:30 PM
    Yes, I'm going to make a moral judgement - if you've just bought a $1200+ computer surely you can afford the $60 to get the three iWork apps from the App Store. If it's tapped out your bank account, wait a few weeks and save up for it.

    You're pirating software. Don't.

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  • dXTC
    Apr 7, 07:58 AM
    For most things, I don't have a favourite.


    Otherwise, I get the best/aesthetically pleasing thing I can reasonably afford.

    My brand philosophy is quite similar. I have a small handful of brand preferences...
    Apple (computers)
    Samsung (LCD TVs)
    Roland (electronic music gear)

    Other products are dictated by functionality, aesthetics and budget. My above picks aren't firm, either; I recently got a small Insignia LCD TV for my bedroom. In this case, product size and budget considerations trumped brand.

    Old Spice Deodorant, to attract females...

    Lemme guess... You're on a horse. :p :D (I find those ads hilarious.)


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  • ludevit
    Dec 28, 12:09 PM
    Cromulent, if you still have one left i would very much appreciate to get it.

    My addy: ludevit.stur [at] gmail.com


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  • NathanMuir
    Mar 8, 10:44 PM
    The ninth letter and a vowel in the basic modern Latin alphabet.


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  • c1phr
    Apr 17, 10:12 PM
    The only issue would be if you need to access the book side-by-side with your work. This isn't a problem for me because I have 2 large screens. If you only have one smallish screen, then this may be an issue. Unless you have an iPad and can view the book on the iPad while you work. ;)

    This was one thing I thought of, but the bulk of my work is done with my MBP tethered to an external monitor, so I have the space for it. I eventually plan on getting an iPad (though by the time I have the money, it will likely be an iPad 3) so I figure that would be awesome to be able to keep all my programming books together at all times.

    I'm open to as many opinions as possible, and I appreciate the comments!

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  • cube
    Apr 27, 06:10 PM
    They do. That's why we had to send some DV decks back to Sony, as they were often kaputt due to the wrong order of connecting them to the computer.

    from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_1394_interface#FireWire_400_.28IEEE_1394-1995.29

    Which is the right order??


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  • Richard14
    Apr 6, 07:32 AM
    Plug the external drive into your MacBook Pro, and open a finder window. The WD drive should show up in the left part of the finder window, under devices.

    Right-click on the drive, and click on "Get Info".

    In the Info window, part way down you'll see the format. For example:

    Format: MS-DOS (FAT32)
    Format: Mac OS Extended (Journaled)
    something else for NTFS...

    Remember, you can't reformat a drive (or a partition) without losing the files currently on that drive (partition). So, you MUST copy the files somewhere else, first.

    I have checked and it is NTFS format. There is too much memory to copy onto my mac before reformatting. So then where else can i copy them too? For safety I can copy to another external hard drive which is NTFS, but will i then be able to move the data on to the newly formatted drive? Or just the stuff from my mac? Thanks so much for your help again

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  • d wade
    Jul 8, 11:41 PM
    I'll be there at 8:00 AM at the Apple Store hopefully to get mine. Then selling my current 8GB and accessories for $130 to a guy at work.

    3G for $70... wooo hoo!

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  • Coded-Dude
    Mar 29, 10:39 AM
    As stated: Syphon Filter is excellent, but other than that I would recommend the following...

    Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
    (if you have the Japanese gps, I'm pretty sure you can unlock characters while you travel from WiFi hotspot to hotspot)
    Field Commander(if you don't feel like buying/bringing a DS for Advance Wars)
    Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
    Family Guy is fun on the portable, but I don't know if it has the replay value you are looking for.
    .....and of course ANY of the Grand Theft Auto's have plenty of challenges to keep you gaming for a while.

    Cheers and have fun.

    If you want classics: Mega Man, Gradius, Street Fighter, Metal Slug, etc.

    Apr 10, 06:48 AM
    i have upgraded to mac osx lion but found it to buggy but i only have a back from lion any suggestions? thanks in advance:confused:

    Back up your data, erase and install SL, re-install your apps and restore your data.

    Mar 13, 02:33 PM
    I get the same problem going from 4.2.1 JB to standard issue 4.3

    let me know if you get anywhere


    Jan 21, 07:34 AM
    Hello all....this is my first post this to this forum as I am a new Mac user. Great site...

    Anyway, I recently purchased a 12"Powerbook...which rocks by the way....Can anyone recommend a great wireless router? I was going to invest in the Airport Extreme for the compatibility however the reviews I have read say this isn't the best router out there for the $$$$.

    Any suggestions?


    Aug 9, 12:52 AM
    I couldn't - The file size is too large. :(
    (thanks for pointing that out though) I can downsize it and sacrifice its quality to fit the attachments but I can't replace the current one with it - it won't look right.

    You could attach a smaller image for the comp. and also have the larger image because it's so bloody good!!

    Apr 25, 04:41 AM
    Hi there,
    I bought a 128gb ssd, which is totally fine for me since I store all the data that I don't need on the road on my external harddrive.

    However, I would like to play some games every now and then, which leads me to the problem that I need Windows for that.

    I managed to free up 30gb, but that's not enough for Windows 7 with a decent game.

    Now I read online that it is possible to install BootCamp on an external HDD. How can I do that? There are so many different guides that say different things, I don't really understand them.

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