Re: Couldn't you have waited until the official announcement?
I first read about months ago, but the details where sparse.
50 posts • joined 28 Jul 2010
I first read about months ago, but the details where sparse.
I wouldn't worry, you will get 2 years of enjoyment out of it, before the RPI2 is release. The other websites that had info on the new version stated 2017 is release date.
My guess is 30%, since Apple loves their 30% rake.
Woz was innovator, Jobs was a Salesman. If Jobs hadn't sold computers, he would have sold used cars. The only ones who believe Jobs was innovator are Apple Fanbois. I am not putting Jobs down, but every GREAT innovator needs a great Salesman, or the innovation doesn't go anywhere.
Xerox stole it from Doug, Apple stole it from Xerox, MS stole it from Apple. The real problem is they ARE all thieves except Doug.
It would be nice if they make iTunes fast, but I guess that will never happen. Even my friend who like Apple iTunes won't use it on Windows, even though he uses Windows quite a bit.
I still have my Dad's Unisonic 840, it still works too. He bought in September 26, 1975, the date is on the warranty card in that in the leather case. I even have a power supply somewhere for it too. I remember my next one was programmable Sharp 5100 or something like that, but the display cracked and you can't see the numbers anymore, I might even have another Sharp somewhere too, I have two case but only one calculator. I still remember in my math class when people saw the Sharp, everyone had to have one. A couple stores had a run on those calculators, the other students from the class.
I know the feeling, I remember when my last ISP/Cable company left, and then Comcast took over. My Internet stink for weeks after that, it took almost 6 months to get back to where it was before Comcast took over.
The Youtube video is from 1968, 8 years BEFORE Apple was founder (1976). So Steve had to first invent the Tardis to go back in Time to ask Doug do invent the mouse for them????
Xerox didn't invent the Mouse, Doug got there before them, Xerox just copied it.
You forgot to say, Apple copies Xerox who had already Copied Douglas Engelbart. Microsoft all they did was a copy a copier who had copied something. You have to remember who invented the Mouse and why it was invented. To use the NEW GUI was being designed.
Apple has been an Innovator but the problem is when Woz left so did the Innovation.
iTunes slow and crappy, but you're right MMCenter isn't that much better, there are others that are better. I thought iTunes was the worst media player I have ever used at least on Windows.
It looks like one of the rats has left Carl's sinking ship, I wonder how many will follow. Icahn strips the company and leave the rest vultures.
The C64 does have a virus or at least a FIX for the virus, I have seen the fix my computer club has a copy of the program, but I have never seen the virus. You don't need to power cycle if you install a reset switch with was very easy, almost all the member of my computer club had one installed on their computer. I used to use a 14,400 modem on my C64. I do believe a TCP/IP stack doe exist for the C64. So the only thing that make it better is not have MBR which the C64 does have but the C128 does have.
Most of the steam games, I have bought are under 10 bux, so what it I get shafted on a game it didn't cost me that much to begin with. I don't mind wasting 10 on a game that may or may not be good, but it is $60 or more, I will care quite a bit.
Innovation walked out the door when Woz left the company, ever since they they have taken other products and refined them a little and then claim they are the most innovate company around.
How about the toasting bread. Patent number 6080436. There are a lot bad patents out there.
I guess they are all Rats and Gnomes? I never knew that Barcelona was in France, when did they move it?
I have a computer (DEC something with 8 inch disks) from the late 70s the turns on but doesn't work correctly since I don't have a working boot disk. I have a number of game consoles from the 70s, a Fairchild Channel F, a couple Atari 2600s, a Atari Pong (only 2 of 4 paddles) and a Coleco Combat, all still work good. So hardware that old still works, if you take care of it. I have other old electronic stuff that still works, but they are mainly toys.
What you don't use phones or anybody's products? Almost all companies have done 'evil' in the past, the bigger they are the more likely to happen.
I remember when someone said 640K was more than enough ram in a personal computer. You will never know what tomorrow killer app will be or how much power it will need...
Apple didn't want to build a market for Ebooks, they want what Amazon had build for Kindle sales, right now, without the work of building the market.
How many Decades ago was the Nintendo Power Glove? The Wii-Mote is just a hand held version of the power glove, in a lot of ways. Sony would most likely not be in the Video Game business if Nintendo hadn't asked the help on a CD add-on for they console.
A little history might help also....
Power Glove - 1989
Wii - 2006
PS Move - 2010
Unless Sony spent decades at thinking how to do it, I think Nintendo is the Innovator in this...
Also the weekly sales don't hurt either, I can't remember the last time I paid full price for a Steam game.
Cold Fusion 2.0, or just about as useful....
Everything thing I have read the 3D CGI version from Disney has been sunk before it left dry dock.
In the Universe one is unique and two is common, just because if haven't on a planet like ours yet doesn't it a rarity. We just have to keep looking and we haven't found many that the planet is about Earth size anyway.
I just want my Raspberry...
Sorry, it nothing special, just a coronal filament, very common.
It is explained here... http://youtu.be/82l46fpd-ic
Spherical is 3D and circular is 2D, now can you tell me how you can tell from a 2D picture, which is which? Every time I look at the big blue marble (earth) it looks like a circle but we all know it a spherical.
Pong was the first Arcade Video game, but not the first Coin Operated Video game, which was Galaxy Game (Computer Space clone) which ran on PDP-11, it easy to be successful when your competition cost over $20,000 in 1971 dollars. Galaxy Game is available for MAME as a free download, but not on MAME's web site yet. Also it the only game in MAME that has the source code available, since it the source listing is convert to make the code that runs the game.
Here is the Google code page for Galaxy Game
I agree but now we get large snow falls and then it melts in a week or two. When I was a kid, the snow wouldn't melt until spring. So we had more snow on the ground but less snow fall over all. Last year my city was shut down because of a blizzard which hasn't happened since 1979, which was more about blowing snow, than snow fall like last year.
I guess Paul Christoforo would say there is something called Bad Publicity...
If you want for some better to come along, you will be waiting forever. You should always buy whatever you can afford now.
There are only 21 legally distributed roms out of 8000+, which free for use in emulators, Mamedev.org has 20 of them listed, the other legal "rom" is Galaxy Game, which has not be posted to Mame site, yet. Galaxy Game isn't a binary file but a source listing which is converted into a binary when loaded.
Commodore and Atari sold better at least on the Low end in 1984, a Commodore 64 was $199, and a 1541 was $249, I think or they could have been $50 cheaper. I know that, it was the year I bought my C64 and got my 1541 as a Christmas gift. IBM had the larger business market and small business market was Apple II and sometimes Commodore. Apple II computers where not that cheap back then, and IBM was even more expensive. I remember looking an Apple II computer, and trying to figure out how to buy one, then I just bought a Commodore which I could afford even though I knew someone who could get me an Apple II at wholesale cost.
Unless your game is in the top 100 apps, you don't make any money, and you only make the big bucks if it is in the top 10. Yep he done a lot for cheap gaming, Nintendo hate the iPhone, because everyone now wants games under $5 or so.....
Record revenue of $69.9 billon, I think says it all... When you make money for your company, they won't kick you out, the board just wanted more, and that a little hard when the economy is taking a dump.
Binaries have headers to tell the programs that they are binaries. Linux groups used to use Begin at the front of their message because Outlook Express was to stupid not to know that it wasn't a binary, but the did issue a patch for it. You would have to read every message but you could filter it without a problem. Also all you have to do it get a premium server outside the EU and you would be able to pirate again.
I think Samsung is now after revenge, more than anything.
If your developer in Apple App store and your app is in the top 100, you get to share of 61% of the Sales, if your app is in the 99.97% (the rest of the apps) you get to share the rest of the 39% of the Sales. I did remove the 37% of the free apps, from the 500000 apps, it made it easier to do the math.
They tried video games, it was called Pippin and it failed quickly.... TVs would be just rebranded, which someone else makes, I would rather buy from the manufacturer.
Apple got the idea from Alan Kay and his Dynabook, since Alan once worked for Apple. The Dynabook idea, started in 1968.
If you look at what most people use slabs for its not productivity, but to play games. I think Nintendo is the one that truly hates slabs, because they sell games for under $5(US) most of the time. Microsoft has had slabs for a long time, but the form factor and weight, is what killed it. Apple made it lighter and more useful, and that is about all. Microsoft is hoping to do something about market share with Windows 8, which may or may not work. Just like phones, I think slabs get replaces a lot faster than a Desktop, so the market can flip in one or two years. Who rules cell phone market, Android, with Apple being number 2 again.
I think in a few years Android slabs will be the one ruling the the market, and not Apple but it may take a few product cycles to make that happen...
Most multi console people I know simply pick the game they think is best an buy it for that platform.
Windows vs. Mac, buy the game on Steam and you can play it on either platform or make sure the game comes with both versions on the DVD.
did pigs begin to fly?
Birds are the closest to living dinosaurs.
Why then do I have to have Car insurance? If I don't have it, I get a fine up to $1000. What the difference between Car and Health insurance?
Not by Logitech but Watcom's Bamboo Touch is USB Trackpad and supports 2 fingers instead of 4, like Apple. Even Apple doesn't support 3 or 4 finders and lacks the trademark pinch to zoom and rotate gestures, on Window Boot Camp version.