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  • Don't panic
    May 4, 10:28 AM
    Splain please.

    initially, the way it was written it seemed (to me at least) that an armed trap would be triggered by our presence in the room at the end of a round
    in that case you don't want to end a round with a move to a new room because you expose yourself to the trap without being able to check for it. (so move-explore >> explore-move)

    Also it implied you could 'run' through a room in turn1 of a round without triggering the trap in that room (move-move).

    it was then explained that an armed trap is triggered only by leaving the room, at any turn
    this means that we can go into a new room and end our turn, and it is safe as long as someone explores the room before leaving next turn (so move-explore ≅ explore-move)


    that's why splitting can be productive:
    say me and you are in room A, unexplored, as a group.
    we split and in your turn1 you explore the room, in my turn1 i move to room B.
    then in your turn2 you move to roomB and in my turn2 i explore roomB.
    then we merge again.
    in this way we have both moved from room A to room B, and we have explored both rooms, while if we moved as a group we could only explore one of the two rooms.
    the downside is that if we find treasure, it only applies to the discoverer's party and not to everyone.





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  • Spoony
    Apr 18, 03:19 PM
    Finally. took apple long enough.

    Before I knew a lot about smartphones I used to think that the Samsung Galazy S was an iphone 3G. The industrial design looks just like the iphone.

    The grid of icons and the dock is also a copy.

    if the phone didn't say Samsung it would be a KIRF.

    The have the Big Mac, We've got the Big Mic. Their buns have seeds our buns have no Seeds. They have the golden arches, we've got the Golden Arcs.

    Bunch of copycats.





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  • ckurt25
    Apr 18, 03:07 PM
    Looking at the TouchWiz UI, I see your point.

    But, at what point does an interface become too generic? For example, the concept of pages of icons in a grid isn't really new or innovative. The concept of swiping across screens is simple and intuitive and should be standardized
    (e.g. copied) for that exact reason. Should other phone makers put the icons in a circle, "just because" they need to be different? Should they force you to do something differently just because the best and most intuitive way was "already taken"?

    Everyone loves car analogies, so: what if Ford decided to sue other carmakers because they copied their steering wheel design? Would other companies have been forced to adopt other types of controls -- joysticks or dials or foot pedals, perhaps -- "just because"? And would that have been good for the auto industry?


    That's for the patent lawyers and the legal system to decide.

    Now if it was a fight to the death it would be a lot more interesting.





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  • GoodWatch
    Apr 21, 03:44 PM
    I know many professional situations where a Mac Pro would be ideal as a rack mountable unit.

    Recording studio, on location video production (DIT), and studio based post-production rigs, basically places where other equipment is racked, may need to be secured, cooled, power conditioned, or in mobile racks. Rack mounting in not only for servers.

    And how do you operate it? A server can be accessed from a workstation but a Mac Pro IS a workstation, it's not a server. It's not a logical step. I have a professional photographer in the family, with a Mac Pro. He needs to load his RAWs onto his Mac for post processing. How to do this if that Mac is in another room, in a rack :confused: Very inconvenient if you ask me.





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  • robotx21
    Sep 16, 10:27 PM
    As I have always known it, the standard configuration gives you a 14 day return policy, full refund, or 15% restocking fee if it is opened. A BTO machine is considered an "Opened" machine by apple, since they take the standard configuration and change it. So if you buy a BTO machine, you can return it, but you will be subject to the 15% restocking fee. Just take it back to an apple store, show your receipt, and it should be fine.





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  • KindredMAC
    May 7, 01:13 PM
    I've had the service for over 4 years and I have never paid full price.
    I would not mind if they lowered the price to say $49/annually or even tiered pricing, but all out free scares me a little.





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  • dukebound85
    Apr 9, 07:38 PM
    it has to be 288

    48/2(9+3) by order of operations
    48/2*12
    288

    How is this up for debate?





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  • Applespider
    Sep 11, 03:36 AM
    this event is going to be simulcast in LONDON. Does this mean that movies will be able to be purchased by folks in the UK???

    Nope, it's just that Apple Europe have big offices in London and it's easier to get the Euro journalists to fly to London to cover an Apple event than fly em to California - and more effective than just sending the press release.

    The last few Jobsnotes/events have been shown in London to a select audience (although used to be out at the BBC) but it's no guarantee that we'll get the services that are being pushed.





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  • bluetorch18
    Aug 11, 12:21 PM
    I really hope Apple gives the MBP a much better GPU that isn't underclocked out of the box. They would have my 2 grand in a second.





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  • Tonsko
    Dec 15, 04:25 AM
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    The big deal is that i do not want buggy, resource stealing software on my mac. Simple as that.

    Sophos does not seem to display these characteristics. That I've noticed.





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  • Don't panic
    May 3, 10:06 PM
    that example is based on an impossible scenario (according to the rest of the rules) because the hero has more HP than AP while the max for both should be the level
    it still illustrate the mechanics, but it does introduce confusion. that's why i had dropped it in my re-write. the second example is clearer





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  • yg17
    Jul 30, 01:06 AM
    I think it's real. No signs of photoshopping and the pic was taken in an elevator :D





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  • *LTD*
    Apr 23, 05:07 PM
    Apple's problem is that they put "Looks" before performance.

    They crippled their chances of ever becoming a serious competitor to the PC for games due to deciding to use giant laptops on a stand which meant they could not cool any decent graphics cards, handing the gaming crown to the PC for years on a plate.

    As for the future who knows.

    And today they are the Gold Standard for consumer tech.

    OS X runs very well on Apple hardware. OS X apps run very well on Apple hardware. Not sure what the problem with performance is.

    Those "laptops on a stand" are selling in record numbers while the rest of the computer industry is in a sharp downturn.

    They've got the future of gaming all locked up nice and tight on iOS, not on PCs as we know them but on mobile devices which keep getting more powerful and which as we know, are the future of computing.

    Your anecdotal opinion is cool and all, but perspective please!

    Apple has been completely and unequivocally unaffected by conceding the gaming market to someone else. Instead, they've revisited it and have created a new standard. if that's what "losing" means then I'm damned impressed.





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  • hehe299792458
    Apr 10, 07:00 AM
    This is the longest thread I've seen on this forum that's arguing over a matter of style... I'm sad





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  • jesteraver
    Nov 24, 09:55 PM
    Hopefully the iPhone will a handy cell phone...


    Software::
    - Mac OS X (mobile version)
    - iTunes
    - iPhoto
    - Quicktime
    - iChat
    - Safari
    - Skype (downloadable)

    Hardware::
    - 3 - 5 megapixel camera w/auto-focus (photo taking)
    - VGA (front of phone for video conferencing ... similar too the ones found in iMac / Mac Book / Mac Book Pro)
    - Touchscreen
    - WiFi
    - Bluetooth
    - GSM / HSPDA (3.5 G)
    - 8 Gb NAND Flash
    - 3" Colour Display

    Would be nice to be able to have a Mac Book / Mac Book Pro of sorts too fit in your pocket?! Or is that just me?

    I would throw away my Nokia N80 and get that.

    One thing hopefully it be similar to a Nokia N61. If so plus with the stuff I posted, it would destroy any multimedia phone on the market. Plus would be smaller than an OQO.

    *Crosses-fingers*





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  • LxHunter
    Nov 14, 01:14 PM
    Should I continue to use the free Sophos or switch to the ESET paid AV?

    On a iMac for business and home use.

    Thanks for any insight.





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  • Les Kern
    Apr 10, 09:12 PM
    i got 41.098

    Must be this PC I'm using.





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  • Unspeaked
    Aug 11, 11:28 AM
    Both the iMac and the MBP have been out longer than the Mini. The MBP has received slight CPU updates but the iMac has been out going on 8 months with no update at all.

    Well yeah, but my point was they're going to move the pro lines to the Core 2 Duos before the consumer lines, regardless of the length of release.





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  • NAG
    Apr 25, 10:19 AM
    I dont know if its intentional, but your Signature link is broken, it has 1 too many h's. It begins hhttps ;)

    Neat. Guess, I did a sloppy cut and paste when I switched over from the full URL to the truncated URLs that Apple provides. It's just a lolcat, so you're not missing much.





    iGary
    Aug 4, 07:54 AM
    Isn't that what Rosetta is for :p :D

    Hardly Apple's fault. Apple has managed to transition all it's apps - Adobe is certainly dragging their collective feet.

    Don't blame Apple at all, I just have a hard time getting excited about hardware that can't do what I need it to do. Looking forward to a Universal app from Adobe and Macromedia so I can be excited about Apple's offerings.





    shartypants
    Mar 29, 03:17 PM
    I'm sure this will make Apple think about having multiple production locations for all components.





    toddybody
    Apr 24, 08:28 AM
    Very interesting...I think we'd be better off with a res bump in the notebook line. Aside from the air...things have been stagnant there for. While.

    Also, people are getting all this retina/ppi discussion muddled. PPI IS fixed
    and not based on viewing distance. On the other hand, the eyes capability to perceive those pixels IS dependent on viewing distance. No, an iMac does not need to have a 7xxx Display to be retina...as it's viewing distance shouldn't be what the iP4 is. Sould be more to the tune of 24inches





    daneoni
    Aug 11, 03:49 PM
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    aohus
    Apr 18, 04:53 PM
    First off the Prada was officially announced by LG on January 18, 2007. The iPhone was announced by Apple on january 9, 2007. The last time that I checked, January 9th came before January 18th. THAT makes the iPhone first, sorry.

    Secondly the All of the other copy cats look a ton more like the iPhone than the iPhone looks like the Prada or anything else for that matter.

    As far as whether the iPhone and iPad are innovative, I respectfully disagree with you.

    WRONG.

    The LG Prada was announced in September 6 months ahead of iPhone1 announcement (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LG_Prada_%28KE850%29).

    Woo-Young Kwak, head of LG Mobile Handset R&D Center, said at a press conference, �We consider that Apple copied the Prada phone after the design was unveiled when it was presented in the iF Design Award and won the prize in September 2006.

    Check your sources before trying to 'correct' someone. You just got outcorrected buddy.

    Seeing how ridiculous this lawsuit is, I think LG should sue all smartphone makers that have a capacitive touch display on their phones. LG was the first to do it with the LG Prada. I think they have a case :P /sarcasm.



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