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  • Eduardo1971
    Apr 7, 02:25 PM
    Only $15.00?!

    Wow! This so awesome. '80's flashbacks are rad (except flashbacks dealing with the politics of the era)!!

    Nostalgia is priceless; err, umm, 80's nostalgia is worth at least $15.

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  • player2
    Apr 27, 04:58 PM
    Is there a good app that I can use to move files to and from my iPhone without having to use iTunes.

    What I would like to be able to do is move mp3's over from my computer to my iPhone via Wi-Fi and have the songs show up correctly in the iPod program.

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  • MattG
    Oct 4, 11:06 AM
    Regarding your item #1. Notes is this way because of SECURITY. When an ID is created it contains encryption keys. This is what allows it to communicate with the notes server and also secure data. IF the user chooses to encrypt their data, like e-mail, then without that ID the data is safe. End of discussion. Even the administrator can't get to it. Notes is a highly secure envoirnment. You don't hear stories or people hacking the notes server, or getting spyware, or any of that Exchange business...
    Security is the opposite of convenience. Now if the user in question did NOT take advantage of encrypting data then your notes "fangirl" could have simply deleted the user from the address book, created the user again with the same name and it would have worked fine which is what she ended up doing.. The reason why the name change caused a problem is because the backup ID wasn't updated at the same time - which is ok at long as you store your history of changes in the admin4 database. That change was probably very old and purged from the database. Regarding ID's what some companies do - mine included is store all the users ID's with a default password in a secure place - give the users copies and force them to change their password. Obviously there's a huge problem with this. Whoever stores these ID's has the keys to the kingdom - including being able to get to encrypted information. We chose to add some convenience at the cost of security in this case. Certainly the user did NOTHING wrong! One way or the other it should have been a 15 minute fix.
    Sorry, but that's just stupid (not what you said, but the fact that it's like that). If you've got the enviroment setup correctly, then it's already secure and only the administrator should be able to log in as one and regenerate an ID anyway. If it's setup securely, then I'm the only one who should have access to it, and I should be able to do it. Period. It doesn't need to be so secure that the administrator can't administrate.

    Also there is a built in method for password recovey of notes id file - but I'm more a developer so I haven't messed with that. It does need to be setup ahead of time I think.
    We've tried to make this work a number of times and have been unsuccessful. Again, this should be an easy thing to do. All of the security-overkill that Domino turns on by default should be optional. If this were a government agency, it'd be one thing. We're a small private college. Our email server should be secure but it doesn't have to be Fort Knox. I should be able to change a password as an administrator more easily.

    Regarding item 3. You can easily see who's accessing a domino server by using the notes log (log.nsf). Wether it's the client or browser all access is recorded. Look under usage by user. Only the people who are using the sever will show up in this list. Typically data is only stored for 5-6 days but this can be changed. You can also go into any database and via the property screen get all the activity detail from there.

    Again, this does not show accesses via iNotes. When I list by user, it only shows the people accessing using Notes IDs and the Notes client, which is our administrators, not students. See the attached picture...there's 7 users listed there, and they are all admins and servers. I need to see accesses via iNotes. And, I need to go back a year, so even if this method did work we'd be talking thousands of accounts that I need to get last-opened dates on. Looking it up this way would be tedious. I need to export a list and this information simply does not exist.
    Regarding your specific need. You should be able to get a pretty good idea of the last login time of a user in the person documents last updated field. I think that's updated daily.
    The 'last updated' field shows when the person doc was last updated by an Administrator. I tried that already...believe me.

    I know Notes/Domino has a lot of upsides, but in my opinion, the difficulty of doing simple tasks as mentioned above makes the bad outweigh the good.

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  • MattG
    Jan 4, 09:16 AM
    Address Book syncing now works!!! I'm happy. 7.0.2 definitely is a lot nicer looking. Will have to play around with it some more today.

    And Sametime!! They added Sametime!

    I never thought I would say this, but thanks finally made the Mac version of Notes livable. I'm as excited as I could be about something Notes related :)


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  • suikoden352
    Jun 21, 03:26 AM

    this should help you out.

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  • Will Cheyney
    Dec 17, 06:15 PM
    Special thanks to Susan Kare for her brilliant icon creating abilities.


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  • dukebound85
    Dec 26, 01:22 AM
    I got:
    a hoodie
    Jax gift card for 100
    Best Buy gift card for 15
    Ultimate Electronics gift card for 50
    new wallet
    sleigh bells (really cool actually)
    huge chocolate bar

    I gave:
    Parents: Bread machine cookbook, coffe mugs, cocoa mix
    Grandparents: Under Armor sweatpants and a fluffy beanie
    Brother 1: wallet
    Brother 2: Under Armor hoodie/jacket
    Brother 3: 2gig ram (defective!:(...) and my spare 250gig hdd so he can upgrade from his 80 gig one
    Brother gf 1: a silk scarf
    Brother gf 2: headphones and ipod charge kit

    Pretty good year imo!

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  • medicscott
    Jun 14, 10:53 AM
    i just bought a ps3, would like to upload some of my dvd's onto its this possible? thanks


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  • NYY FaN
    Dec 28, 01:10 PM
    Lights for shelf (cross post Ikea)

    I have the white lights for the back of my tv for ambient lighting.. but 200$ worth of LEDs is a bit much for me haha.. I have trouble justifying buying another set for my other tv.

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  • acslater017
    Mar 31, 10:22 AM
    Eventually, they will meet in the middle and we will have either 2 similar operating systems or simply a mix of the two.

    I think Apple thinks that by taking the best of the two worlds they are creating a "better" user experience. I don't know if this is the case but I think that this is clearly the inevitable long-term outcome. Time will tell.

    If anyone can do it, Apple's the company. They'll take their time, refine it, make it useful, get hardware support, etc.

    So far, Microsoft's idea of touchscreen is "the finger tells the cursor where to go". Or HP overlays some terrible "Front Row"ish interface on TOP of Windows. :rolleyes:

    This is probably at least 3-5 years away if at all. I'm imagining an updated second-gen iMac (sunflower style), with a big iPad-ish display that can go up down, close, far, etc. OS X with mouse when it's far, switches to a touch-optimized view when you bring it close. Or something. My imagination is probably too "inside the box" for this sort of thing.


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  • THX1139
    Nov 13, 04:26 PM
    Yeah I know Apple's policy on low pricing to sell hardware and I think it's brilliant. I don't know why they drop the software after a while though, discontinuing Shake didn't make any sense.

    I'm going to speculate about what happened. When Jobs brought Pixar to Disney and joined their board of directors, he was thinking that would be a good fit for the Macpro line of computers and software. It probably bothered him that Pixar (and Disney) were not using Apple computers and software to crunch all of those pixels. I'm pretty sure he saw that as an opportunity to get Apple further into that market.

    Then along comes the success of iPhone and consumer level products that began to consume most of Apple resources. It was a fairly fresh market with much potential for massive profits. Shortly after that, Apple Computer changed it's name to just "Apple" and then diverted most of it's attention towards the market that we see today. Apple sold off any professional applications that they deemed to niche or required extensive resources to develop. I'm sure they hung onto FCS simply because there was some profit, and to feed Steve's ego. However, they haven't been that motivated to keep it on the forefront because they didn't have the resources, nor the motivation.

    I'm pretty sure that if you were to ask most of the people on the board of directors at Apple if they should keep the professional line, I'm sure that most of them would say no. The money is not in that sector compared to consumer devices and content delivery. As each day goes by, the Mac professional line of computers and software are becoming more and more a niche product and I think that Apple will eventually discontinue them and become solely a consumer product company. They will make devices for the everyday consumer and sell/rent/commission content to deliver to those devices. It's a multi-billion dollar industry that is only going to get bigger. The professional line is not close to being as profitable and it takes a lot of resources to stay current. My guess is that it will be phased out over the next 5 years. How? By slowing down the updates until the pros migrate to other systems. Eventually, Apple will declare the market dead and stop production. By then, no one will care. But don't worry, you'll have a really cool iPhone and still be able to buy an iMac. :rolleyes:

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  • acearchie
    Nov 12, 05:13 AM
    A survey of A.C.E. members (American Cinema Editors), who mainly work on 'Hollywood' TV shows and movies, taken around the same time showed that about 80% of members used Avid while about 10% used FCP.


    Just out of interest what do the other 10% use?


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  • SirHaakon
    Apr 25, 04:01 AM
    With all rumor-eyes looking toward the next generation iPhone 5, it's not clear how much demand there is for the white iPhone 4 which is now 10 months late from the original launch. So, here's a poll to see who is planning on buying a white iPhone 4.
    Unless anyone is willing to pay crazy early termination fees to replace the same model phone they already have (just in a different color), knowing on top of that that it's about to be outdated, who in their right mind would even consider it? Dumb poll.

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  • Chundles
    Sep 24, 09:47 PM
    oops... I meant scarred. Typo! :D

    Meh, works either way.


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  • Multimedia
    Jul 31, 06:34 PM
    At this point, I couldn't really care less about Blu Ray or HD-DVD. I'd be more excited if Apple included Lightscribe or equivalent capability in their drives. Unlabeled discs are piled high on my desk.Get a Sharpie. :DJust got word there is a new New CD/DVD Specific Sharpie. Rumor on internet is that regular Sharpie ink leeches into DVDs and CDs destroying the data on them in a few years. Anyone can confirm or refute this rumor?

    I just got my first Sharpie "CD/DVD Marker" today - new product that will not do the above damage. :confused: :eek: :(

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  • Macdaddy1129
    Sep 5, 08:39 AM


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  • Frisco
    Sep 26, 01:40 PM
    Hi! I was thinking of buying an Apple iBook SE 366 MHZ G3 processor , 64 MB Ram off of ebay. Does anyone know if it has a DVD drive and how much RAM it can handle?


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  • qbaser
    Apr 22, 10:09 AM
    I've been using an A4tech wireless 2.4ghz mouse (G6-70D), and its been working fine. Now all of a sudden it's frozen, although the little dongle light still lights up when i move the mouse, even the the pointer doesnt move.

    Ive rebooted but no joy. The a4tech website doesnt actually say there is a mac driver but it has been working fine for a few days, now just stopped?

    Any ideas?


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  • Fry-man22
    May 6, 07:16 PM

    Something similar to this routing using the servers the apps are connecting to should be possible but I didn't find anything in a quick google that would allow it on an app by app basis.

    Mar 21, 12:35 PM
    I would agree that you should start raising your rates to attract a higher calibre of clientele. If you have existing clients that you enjoy working with that you don't want to annoy by suddenly raising your prices on them, you can always offer them a "preferred client" rate or some such.

    As for the annoying micromanaging client, perhaps that's when you set up something like WordPress and pass it along for them to update themselves?

    I'm also curious as to the rule against working for religious organizations. (I'm not a designer for hire, but I do a lot of design and web work for a charity I volunteer with, which is indeed a religious organization). Is it because they're always on the cheap? Are they more demanding than your usual clients? Help us avoid making the classic mistakes :)

    Apr 21, 10:52 AM
    REALLY? You're going to throw a 3 and 4 year old phone into the argument? Fine. How many old Android phones can run all the available apps. Heck, how many Android phones less than a year old run all the apps available?:rolleyes:

    all of them.

    Sep 1, 01:45 AM

    Not a huge Hayden fan, but I love the Repsol color scheme. Hmm, weird. Not a huge Kawi fan but I still own an 09 zx6r. ;)

    Jan 10, 10:47 PM
    I am curious as to why diesel never caught on in the US despite most automakers producing diesel models.

    To understand this you would have to go back to the late 1970's when GM introduced the 5.7L V8 Oldsmobile Diesel. In theory the idea was good. Produce an engine that has much better fuel economy, but still has enough torque to pull around a large car. In reality this engine and other GM passenger car diesels are responsible for scaring away generations of Americans from ever owning a diesel car. I don't think you will find many people from 40 years old and up that are not aware of the GM diesel nightmare. To this day the word diesel and passenger car in the same sentence scares them.

    Today's diesels are much better and are well engineered and should last much longer then 40-50,000 miles, but something so bad in the past can haunt for years to come.

    Nov 1, 10:54 AM
    Adium, Netnewswire lite, Romeo, KTA Tennis, Mactracker, Poisoned, Skype, VLC, MPlayer... :cool:

    MS Office :D (oops) :eek:

    It would be useful (this is not addressed just to you, Amigo) if instead of just listing a bunch of programs you gave a quick description of what each program does, like AL did in his original post. Links would be helpful, as well.

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