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  • Diavilo1
    Sep 23, 01:49 PM
    But people like that are almost annoying as the pompous fools that think they are better than everyone else, and deserve each and every mugging they get.[/QUOTE]

    Wow, that seems like it came directly out of Phone Booth with Colin Farrell. Just watched it last nite in fact! (great movie, very psychological)

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  • OrangeSVTguy
    Mar 9, 10:38 PM
    You can upgrade the RAM to a maximum of 1.5 GB on later 12" PBs and 1.25 GB on earlier ones, using a 1 GB PC2700 RAM stick.

    The hard drive can also be upgraded to (I think) any capacity IDE/P-ATA 2.5" laptop drive.

    I don't know of any processor upgrades; you might check Sonnet's website to see if they have any.

    Also, video editing and encoding on a G4 is not quite what I'd call "less intensive" use--it can do it, but it'll be slow.

    And depending on the processor, Leopard will be OK--the faster the CPU, the better. Leopard on a 867 MHz G4 12" could be painful, though . . .

    What a shame that the late iBooks maxed out at 1.5gb of memory but the 12" Powerbooks maxed to 1.25gb :(.

    The largest capacity for IDE/ATA 2.5" hard drives are the Western Digital 320gb 5,400 rpm drive. They do make SSDs for the older format but they are more costly than the SATA drives.

    The CPU/GPU are not upgradable unfortunately as they are soldered. Can't really upgrade the motherboard unless you are replacing it with the same one or replace them from the same model #, you can upgrade a 1.33ghz > 1.5ghz motherboard.

    Any of this cost effective, no. But if you want a decent little living room laptop, they are great little devices. I'd also consider a last-gen 12"-14" iBook G4.

    Also note, the 12" Powerbook is also the worst laptop to work on if you need to replace anything. Just try upgrading the optical drive :p

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  • PhatBoyG
    Oct 26, 04:32 PM
    im currently sitting in line waiting out front of the store:D

    In line? How many are in line?

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  • mojohanna
    Feb 8, 08:40 PM
    I have this mouse and it is the absoltue best mouse I have ever owned or tried. Very smooth, use on a pad, off a pad, use it from 20 ft away on a hardwood floor (I have tried it!!)
    It has a rechargeable battery that lasts forever, is EXTREMELY comfortable in your hand and has a multitude of controls at your fingertips. (scroll wheel up and down as well as left and right, a button that works like the command+tab button feature, etc. All are programable via a system preference. Best of all, it was recognized as soon as I plugged it in.
    Can't say enough about it, well worth the $79.


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  • Darwin
    Nov 10, 04:27 AM
    Just gone to Spymac and the first thing it brings up is that ad :D

    Thats before getting to the actual Home page :rolleyes:

    Doesn't feel like Spymac anymore, oh well

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  • sysiphus
    May 4, 10:50 PM
    FYI, unless you're planning on doing heavy-duty gaming (Halo, Quake 4, Doom 3 or the like), I'd stick to a passively-cooled graphics card; the fan noise will be pretty obnoxious, especially if you get an ATI 9800.

    Also, think carefully about using that machine as a daily computer--they idleat well over 100W; leaving one of those on regularly will noticeably increase your power bill (unless you have free utilities :) ) Be aware that things like Netflix streamiing will never work on a PowerPC Mac.

    With all that said, I'm glad you're enjoying your "new" toy! I loved my dual G5, and if it were still practical to have it, I would :cool:


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  • copykris
    Oct 12, 06:26 PM
    Amoeba is an awful place to buy used CDs - any location.

    It's fine for vinyl and even new CDs releases, but the selection and prices are superior at any of the online places mentioned above - eBay, Amazon, Half.com and even SecondSpin.

    i would disagree with this --i've bought a good few of used cd's at amoeba and have never been disappointed

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  • ryanx
    Apr 10, 06:45 PM
    I'd be very interested if anyone managed to do that as well...


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  • zioxide
    Jan 16, 10:26 AM
    I read something a few weeks ago about this announcement. It said it was going to be about the RED camera.

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  • lannim
    Apr 8, 08:43 PM
    It's not too bulky, i actually really like the look of it..much better than the previous gen otterboxes

    And of course very protective and theoretically water resistant, though I wouldn't go testing this on purpose

    Good investment though


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  • poobear
    Apr 16, 11:53 AM
    What program is that? And yes, I'm also noticing better (i.e. less accelerated) mouse movement in Lion (using Magic Mouse).
    Nice to hear! I began to thought it was just an illusion but I guess I'm wrong \o/

    It was a picture from http://triq.net/mac/mouse-acceleration-preference-pane-mac-os-x
    But I prefer USB Overdrive

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  • quantum003
    Apr 29, 10:35 AM
    I didn't know they had vinyl banners, those are cool. I have a couple of the Think Different posters: Picasso and Earhart. Nabbed 'em right off the wall from my old work immediately after they went out of business- yoink! :D


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  • Berardi3
    May 4, 09:25 PM
    Hello everyone im looking for my first Mac computer and am tossed between MacBook air 11 or 13 or buying the new base I Mac 21.5 I'm looking dogie the best value for my money I like to do photos maybe video an it need to be fast any suggestions any one ?

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  • Slurk
    Dec 30, 09:44 PM
    My bed, pillow and quilt! :)


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  • moss84
    Feb 24, 12:00 AM
    Works for me on localhost running MySQL Client Version 4.1.8-max.

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  • Deathlok2001
    Jul 30, 06:26 AM
    W@W! 100 people at southgate! I am going to go and make a video.


    I LOVE how APPLE "claps you in" when they open the store!


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  • dutchchilly
    Apr 12, 02:34 AM
    Hey what's up,

    Sorry haven't had much time, started coding last night again.
    Yes I think I have the total solution.

    The first part, the masking, I've managed to recreate with a 'RenderMask' (CCRenderTexture). An example can be found here:
    This works nicely. I'm keeping track of a "blastSprite" array wich I blend with the barrierSprite on the RenderLayer.

    For the second part (the pixel detection -> transparent/color), I'm going to use a hack on CCTexture2d: CCTexture2dMutable. This is a extended class with a very fast 'pixelAt' function. Haven't had the time to test it, hopefully tomorrow.
    Download incl. sample can be found here:

    Thanks for the effort guys. I'll show you a movie if I've got it all working :)

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  • brucem91
    Apr 11, 10:42 PM
    Hello everyone. I am considering buying some ram for my Dell in signature. So it turns out that my Dell uses the exact same type of ram as my iMac 27" i7. As far as I know, the iMac by default comes with 4 ram slots, with 2x2GB ram being used for 4GB. This means that I should have 2 slots open, right? I was considering buying 2x2gb ram sticks, which will bring my dell up to 6GB Ram(4 slots as well, 2 are slightly more difficult to get to atm,currently has 4x1GB). I could then take the extra 2x1gb and boost my iMac up to 6 GB as well.

    Now, the question. I went on NewEgg, and I noticed quite a few offers I could choose from, listed here.


    Now, I have never purchased ram before. As far as I can tell, each offer has the exact same specs, but slightly different prices. By first glance, of course I would jump to the $40.99 Crucial listing. Is their a reason for different pricing? Is one package preferred over the other?


    Edit: On second glance, it seems the Ram in my iMac is 1333 Mhz, not the 1066. I know for a fact that the Ram in my Dell and the Late 2009 MBP are compatible with each other(and I know the MBP was 1066 Mhz). I was also under the impression that the Ram in that MBP and my iMac was also compatible. Will my iMac only support 1333 MHz, or will 1066 MHz work as well?

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  • FFTT
    Sep 22, 12:00 AM
    I just order my new 250 GB Seagate SATA from Newegg this morning, it was on a 24 hour special for $109.50

    It just blows my mind that we're getting down to around $0.50 per GB for these high quality drives.

    Apple has been using Maxtor drives lately as stock units and I'm not sure how they'll hold up.

    If I wasn't so damn broke I would have gotten a matched pair of Seagate 250's, but I need an extra GB of RAM first.

    Apr 17, 10:34 PM
    If you're a fan of the old command and conquer series, they released Red Alert. It's pretty cool to play on a touch device. Graphics are good too. Gameplay is not as crisp as the original so I'm hoping for a new C&C to come out. It's still worth the $4.99.

    Opps N/M this is a Cydia thread :o my iPad isn't even JB.

    Feb 4, 04:48 PM
    This is generally called newsletter software. I�d suggest looking into CampaignMonitor (http://www.campaignmonitor.com/), which will give you HTML code for a form you can embed (and customise) plus an online interface for managing your list and sending out newsletters. Another similar service is MailChimp (http://www.mailchimp.com).

    Jun 25, 03:48 AM
    Originally posted by MacFan25
    I'm glad to hear that you are liking your iBook. You will probably get used to the keyboard soon. :)

    I've already gotten used to it, its just a pain sometimes. I just think If apple says they're giving me a UK keyboard layout they should do so, not some barely modified US keyboard. If thats what they want to give me the advertise it correctly.

    They can mess with the layout of the modifier keys all they want, but they shouldn't mess with the layout of the input keys. Otherwise they can't really say it follows that keyboard layout.

    But then apple doesn't really seem to care about its non-US customers very much.

    May 5, 05:18 PM
    doesnt justify the fact that I did multiple other tests throughout the day and realized the temperatures were wrong. Ive had 2 overheating issues after 20 minutes of play and found my temperatures reading at 102-105 degrees celcius before shutting down. Only having the game and windows open doing my tests.
    I've even tried using a friends laptop cooler but that doesn't really do much either

    May 3, 10:21 AM
    I'm not clear on your explanation. You should always have a property for IBOutlets. You should release the ivar related to the property in dealloc. You shouldn't add an extra release. Is this what you have?

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