Wednesday, August 31, 2011

sometimes city and colour

sometimes city and colour. City amp; Colour
  • City amp; Colour

  • Draythor
    Jan 11, 04:43 PM
    Hmm. Something wireless. :rolleyes:

    My sentiments exactly.

    sometimes city and colour. City and Colour - Live DVD avi
  • City and Colour - Live DVD avi

  • Doctor Q
    Nov 27, 02:23 PM
    agree that the mono mixes are better. but leave the stereo ones alone.I hope the Beatles catalog will include both versions. For example, the mono version of Blue Jay Way was much different than the stereo version, so I'll have to get both.

    sometimes city and colour. City and Colour City and
  • City and Colour City and

  • drewyboy
    Aug 24, 01:13 PM
    *Cue Price is Right music*
    Come on down, you're the next contestant on the Price is Right...
    (me)... I'M A WINNER, I'M A WINNER!!! NEW BATTERY!!!!

    sometimes city and colour. sometimes city and colour. City and Colour : Oran Mor,
  • sometimes city and colour. City and Colour : Oran Mor,

  • IronLogik
    Nov 12, 11:04 AM
    How will the internet start "locking down"?

    This was an asinine comment by the OP that you replied to.

    Joe Hewitt said that the App Store is setting a precedent that the Store for a particular handheld device needs to have a review process. Other companies are following suit. IF this process becomes more and more common then the platforms suffer due to the lack of innovative fun new pieces of software.

    The Internet isn't locked down because anyone can purchase a server or rent one toss it on the internet and run custom software. You can distribute your information, you can sell your products, you can link friends together without another company telling you yes or no (like the App Store). It's open.

    That's what Joe Hewitt likes about the internet. The openness. The close mindedness of the App Store is what turned him off to the development process.

    And losing him is huge. He's one of the biggest developers for the platform. More people use Facebook I think than just about any third party application.

    sometimes city and colour. sometimes city and colour. City and Colour will release a
  • sometimes city and colour. City and Colour will release a

  • ogdogg
    Nov 12, 07:56 PM
    because having a ton of twitter followers is completely relevant to this discussion. That has to be one of the stupidest comments today.

    I think it is relevant to this discussion. My point is that Joe is using the "fame" that the iPhone app brought him to bash the company that makes it. I think he makes a point and obviously is sticking to his morals by leaving. I applaud him for that, but by throwing mud at Apple he's looking like a kid who's taking his ball and going home. I don't even use Twitter, but can imagine that to someone who is mouthing off for attention the way Joe is, it probably is somewhat important to him. Before someone accuses me of being a fanboy, let me just say that I prefer my PC to a mac. I'm just lending my honest opinion. Who knows, maybe by him leaving the project the facebook app will be improved. If that is the case, thanks Joe.

    sometimes city and colour. sometimes city and colour. City And Colour
  • sometimes city and colour. City And Colour

  • BMJT
    Oct 16, 06:55 AM
    Sure but it's tiny and i think i drew it out of portion as that bed i drew looks giant!

    Chester drawers! Brilliant

    sometimes city and colour. City and Colour are back with
  • City and Colour are back with

  • malnar
    Mar 19, 08:39 AM
    I wonder what breaks more often, the hard drives fitted in the classic or the fragile touch screens of the iPod touch?
    I know many people who've had iPod hard drives crap out on them. I don't know anyone who has an iPhone or Touch who has actually cracked their screen.

    sometimes city and colour. City And Colour – iTunes Live
  • City And Colour – iTunes Live

  • KeithJenner
    Nov 24, 02:48 AM
    Have they done that for the Beatles?

    Almost definitely.

    I couldn't care less about any comparisons between The Beatles and Bach, but to suggest that people don't commit obsessive amounts of time and effort into analysing just about everything about them is one of the oddest things I've read for a while.

    sometimes city and colour. sometimes city and colour. Green aka city and colour
  • sometimes city and colour. Green aka city and colour

  • herdnerfer
    Mar 25, 09:13 PM
    I hate how you have to download the entire OS every time there's a small update like this. 666MB for a few bug fixes... Also, what's up with the 666MB? Maybe we should stay away from this update guys lol.

    Could be not a coincidence. The first apple computer did sell for $666.66.....

    sometimes city and colour. City and Colour @ Danforth
  • City and Colour @ Danforth

  • ifjake
    Aug 2, 05:35 PM
    so is a paperweight with drivers a computer?


    sometimes city and colour. his City And Colour side
  • his City And Colour side

  • steveh
    Jul 24, 12:47 PM
    i think i would rather read a paperback

    wouldnt the screen strain the eyes?

    I've been reading books on a Palm Tungsten T5 for a couple of years now.

    It's a lot easier to carry around 75+ books in it than on paper.

    And at night, my wife isn't kept away with a light on in the room, as long as I don't keep the T5 in front of her face.

    With a bigger screen, a "bookPod" should be just as good.

    sometimes city and colour. City and Colour Debut
  • City and Colour Debut

  • MarcelV
    Aug 24, 01:50 PM
    They may be screwed.

    Maybe.....that softly spoken. They are screwed. Sony can't be too happy at this time. Delays in launching products, new product acceptance less than stellar, and while Consumer Electronics was doing a little better than past years, this is setting them back. Hopefully they will learn a lesson and do some more R&D next time.

    sometimes city and colour. GREEN OF CITY AND COLOUR

  • Popeye206
    Apr 14, 09:14 AM
    I'm not trying to pee in Apple's Cheerios at all...but i do wonder at what point will they reach a plateau in sales growth. That said, I don't think they're close to it yet...China is becoming a great new market for them...

    I think Mac sales are directly tied to the Halo affect of the iOS devices. The more they sell there, the more people open up to Mac as an alternative. With Lion having more iOS like interfaces, it will make it even more natural for new customers.

    sometimes city and colour. sometimes city and colour. Karen Bliss interviews Dallas Green of City and Colour/Alexisonfire
  • sometimes city and colour. Karen Bliss interviews Dallas Green of City and Colour/Alexisonfire

  • Plymouthbreezer
    Oct 15, 06:57 PM
    Just set up my new 21.5" iMac! first new Apple since '07...

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  • sometimes city and colour. by City and Colour

  • iGary
    Sep 6, 08:53 AM
    A maxed out 24" is $3,384.00


    hmmm..... may pick up one of the large ones.

    wanna play with one at an apple store first though. also see if i can upgrade the graphics card. or see if the one included is good enough for photography and gaming.

    There is a 256MB option.

    sometimes city and colour. city and colour sometimes.
  • city and colour sometimes.

  • MacNut
    Sep 12, 03:58 PM
    He-he... I'm testing "The Wall", too... :)

    Did the "Gapless Determination" detect your The Wall album or did you, like me, have to set the Gapless Album tag yourself...?It detected on its own.

    Looks really hot BUT where is EQ?, i live by this thing, now i can no longer find it. Whats up?It's listed under "view"

    sometimes city and colour. City and Colour @ the Bluebird
  • City and Colour @ the Bluebird

  • ImAlwaysRight
    Aug 7, 11:46 PM
    I find it weird that you get a remote control and front row on a lower end machine but you can't even get it as a custom configuration option on the higher end machines. I understand that these are supposed to be the "professional" machines and iMacs are for "consumers," but in the real world that delineation doesn't mean much. Many people buying Mac Pros are getting them as their home computer, and it's pretty lame that you drop extra money on the high end and can't do some of the really cool things that can be done on a lower end model.

    No remote? No Photo Booth? That's got to be a deal breaker for a lot of folks. ;)

    As for the real world, many professionals have funds to purchase these machines as they will use the speed. It seems to me that most "consumers" are not able or willing to plop down the cash to buy a Mac Pro when an iMac or MacBook or even Mac Mini will more than suit their needs.

    sometimes city and colour. City And Colour - The Death of
  • City And Colour - The Death of

  • Edge100
    Nov 27, 01:20 PM
    I also think that whoever has the remaining rights to this material realise that its shelf-life is almost up. In 5-10 years time, the broad appeal of much of this material may have less relevance to the average consumer and its perceived market-value may be far less.

    That's not a comment on the merits of The Beatles' music; just my view based on many of the comments I read by what I am assuming are younger music listeners.

    I'm 43, many of these songs are ingrained into my memory from childhood, but the only Beatles albums I would possibly be interested in are maybe 2-4 remastered CDs; I'm not interested in downloads at all. But to be honest, I don't feel that by not currently owning them that my music collection is lacking at all.

    I disagree.

    There will be Beatles songs that are removed from the public conciousness in the way you describe, but there will be others that live on. Likewise, the image of the Beatles is long-lasting. I think the time will come that Apple (Corps) will not be able to think up new ways of presenting the music, or people will tire of new ways of hearing the music. In that respect, the revenue stream might dry up.

    But the image of the Beatles as the greatest pop/rock band, the music and social innovators, is enduring.

    sometimes city and colour. clip for City amp; Colour
  • clip for City amp; Colour

  • joeboy_45101
    Aug 3, 05:21 PM
    If the black thing in the picture is the Intel Core Duo 2 and previous reports say that the new PowerMacs will be using a Xeon processor then Apple would have to announce something else, maybe Core Duo 2 MacBook Pros or iMacs. But that is only if the previous reports are true.....:rolleyes:

    Apr 11, 07:46 AM
    Those prices are nuts. A point upgrade that will cost you more money?

    Mar 28, 12:32 PM
    I'm not american. Am I meant to know what RadioaShack is?

    If you have any devices that still take D batteries thats your place to go

    Thomas Veil
    Mar 29, 06:32 AM
    Over the weekend, even Defense Secretary Robert Gates admitted that America has no vital interest in Libya.Uh yeah. Saw that on Meet the Press. Paul is only telling a half-truth. Gates went on to say that other NATO countries felt they have a vital interest in Libya, and I think we all understand how the NATO treaty works. Whether or not you believe or agree with that, the fact is that Paul misrepresented Gates' statement.

    Haven't heard much from Obama about JOBS, JOBS, JOBS lately ...We're heard quite enough about KILLING JOBS, KILLING JOBS, KILLING JOBS from the Republican governors. :D

    IJ Reilly
    Aug 29, 03:18 PM
    Calling Apple a hardware company is like calling McDonalds a hamburger stand.

    And that would be an insult to all of the other hamburger stands!

    Incidentally, Apple dealers aren't selling Macs with XP "pre-installed," they are doing it as an after-market add-on. To pre-install, they'd have to be Microsoft OEMs. I don't think we want Apple to become one of those.

    Sep 5, 11:21 AM
    I say iTunes Movie Store and new iPod nanos. Possibly a rev of the iMacs, since they were the first ones to go Intel.

    I really don't see a new iPod with video, but I could be wrong... i was last year when the 5G came out.

    Steve is holding a special media event, I think we'll see some exciting music based stuff.

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