10 posts • joined Thursday 6th March 2008 00:07 GMT
Valedictorian of a school that does not teach punctuation, capitalization or the definition of a run-on sentence?
Mac OS 9 and 10 do this too - no idea how far back it goes but "Pinning" hardly seems like a new idea.
I drag links onto my desktop on a daily basis and have for years. Am I missing something?
Sorta makes sense to me
I think Apple is protecting themselves from idiots cracking open the case, screwing up their computer, and then trying to get it repaired under warranty. Apple can say no, sure, but then they are stuck with an unhappy customer who feels ripped off. Making it harder to open makes noobs more likely to take the computer to someone who knows what they're doing.
People knowledgable enough to do their own repairs already have the appropriate tools to open up their computer, or at the very least, know where to get them.
Just a note... the iPhone calendar does have the ability to display a daily calendar...
My nephew LOVES the Wooo! Button app - he is 2.
Mac Pro? Seriously?
Since when has an 8 core Xeon workstation cowered in fear of a Core 2 based gaming rig? That doesn't make even the slightest bit of sense - the Mac Pro and this abomination of good taste are intended for an entirely different market.
And Price wise - the Mac Pro starts at $2,299 US - with a 2.8 GHz 4-core Xeon. The Area 51 starts at $2,099 US with a2.66 GHz Core-2 Duo.
That's just asinine.
Something smells fishy...
I've traveled all over the world and have never set-off a metal detector. And with both a navel piercing and a pretty hefty Prince Albert, I always expected to. No matter what technique I've been scanned with I've never had an issue. This includes a lay-over in Houston (note to self - never agree to a lay-over in the US again).
They must be using some crazy high tech Gamma Ray system in Lubbock. Or they saw the piercings through her shirt and decided to be giant twats.