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  • SwiftLives
    May 4, 02:21 PM
    But what if torturing a person who is involved in the plans of a terrorist attack could prevent thousands of deaths?

    Torturing would never be a good action, but it is like killing someone to defend yourself, killing is bad, but the result of killing saved your life.

    In the case of torture, it is the government defending its people (country). If it can be avoided better, but I would rather authorize torture instead of letting attacks happen.

    EDIT: As with everything, every single case needs to be analyzed separately.

    But there is absolutely no guarantee or, to my knowledge, no proof that torture results in any useful intelligence whatsoever. And killing someone to save your own life is defending yourself. Not sure how torture could ever be considered an act of self-defense.

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  • jettredmont
    Apr 4, 03:39 PM
    You are obviously missing the point. Apple's new subscription model is preventing choice from coming to it's customers. How is that not a bad thing?

    How up-front is the FT with its subscribers that it values the ability to sell their mailing address and contact information more than anything else?

    I know that Pearson in general is heavily invested in getting iPad and other electronic readership up across their product lines. This is public information. The fact that FT sees subscriber information as valuable enough to stake its future on and to buck the overall corporate direction is very telling.

    Until the FT reverses route, the ONLY rational response is to either not buy the FT at all (there are competitors out there) or buy it at a news stand.

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  • FloatingBones
    Mar 31, 11:40 AM
    Which is kind of hard on such a restricted and limited platform. There would be more useful software for the iPad if it ran a 'real' operating system like Mac OS X -- meaning full file system access and not being tied into ONE App Store with arbitrary rules for what a program is allowed to do.

    The iOS architecture of firewalling file system access for each application makes huge sense: it eliminates the means by which malware can attack the data of other programs. Apple could relax those rules at some point; the greatest speculation I hear is that there will be a DMZ where files could be moved from one app to another. This is a far better strategy than having a promiscuous operating system and try to add the protection afterwards.

    What exact app store rules do you think are arbitrary, Winni?

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  • jettredmont
    Oct 5, 11:49 PM
    This is my first post. It takes a lot for me to stop being a lurker, but the idea that any user can resize a textarea on a site I design, dynamically redrawing the page, is among the dumbest ideas I've ever heard. This will break valid page layouts in new and unheard of ways. Designers make form elements a size and shape for a reason.

    I look forward to finding a way using JavaScript to disable that feature the day that browser is released.

    Wow, you must really freak out about cascading style sheets too. Bit of a control freak?

    Look: the page design is for the benefit of the USER, not the designer. If the page looks like crap if a text area is resized larger than you expected, what's going to happen when a new browser comes out that uses a larger default font in the text area, or adds additional margin padding, etc? If that will make it look like crap, then that's your problem, not the user's!

    The problem with text entry boxes in (so far as I can tell) every single browser out today, is that they are fixed width. I can have a nice big 30" monitor and want to be able to type a paragraph about this size in a single friggin' line of text across the whole monitor (more common is trying to convey source code in a text window; wrapping really sucks for source code). But, I can't, because the text box is default sized so that it fits without scrolling on my mother in law's 10-year-old 15" CRT set at 640x480. So, it's a little postage-stamp square on my 30" cinema.

    The solution to date is that the user, if they're smart enough, opens up TextEdit (or Notepad), edits their text however they want, then cut/paste into the anemically-sized text box on the browser. The ability to skip the middle-app simplifies things tremendously.

    One design suggestion (if Apple's listening): also provide some kind of a widget to "snap" the text box back to it's original size.


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  • macintel4me
    Apr 6, 11:45 AM
    Wow! You would think that 10 PB would be enough, but 12!! :eek:

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  • zwodubber
    Apr 17, 12:46 AM
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  • MacBandit
    Nov 11, 09:09 AM
    ok, STOP FIGHTING over freeness ;)

    anything goes thats remotely free, trials sharewares freeware.... anything... :):):)

    Hey hey hey the great thread starter speaks. It's good to have set boundaries.

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  • bri1212
    Dec 24, 08:40 AM
    Do we all like price fixing ?

    Apple products are too often kept at RRP - not sure if its always by agreements with apple - "don't discount more than 10% or lose authorised reseller status"

    Obviously good for apple products, but not for the consumer.

    My understanding of price fixing, is when two competing manufacturers sell the same type of product and agree to only sell at a certain price, usually to keep the product at an unnaturally higher price then necessary. An example of this would be if Apple, contacted Samsung, and discussed making their tablet computer for sale at a certain price, to keep the price igher so that both companies would make more profit.

    However, this is not the case with the Ipad. Most electronic products are given a manufacturers retail price, and you as the retail store, do not have the right to sell at a larger than agreed upon discount. The way some companies get around this is by packaging products and accessories together. This is done by every major manufacturer, from Apple, Sony, Samsung, Sharp, Nintendo, Microsoft, etc... Go check the Tv's in Best Buy, and then check Fry's, and then some other retailers, they will all be the same price essentially. Look at the PSP's or PS3 or the Wii. All are price controlled by the manufacturer. there is nothing illegal about this. By using the term price fixing, your intimating that they are illegally controlling the price, but this is not the case.


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  • pewtermoose
    Oct 6, 12:14 AM
    Resizable textarea's have been implemented in WebKit nightlies for a few months now but were turned off by default at some point.

    For this to be included in a front page news item when its been publicly available for months is ludicrous.

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    Apr 29, 03:41 PM
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    Apr 4, 10:24 PM
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    Apr 29, 09:23 AM
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  • caspersoong
    Apr 30, 08:36 PM
    Castle doesn't sound so Apple-ish in my opinion. Odd code name.

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  • kdarling
    Apr 27, 04:36 PM
    We’re an engineering-driven company. When people accuse us of things, the first thing we want to do is find out the truth. That took a certain amount of time to track all of these things down. And the accusations were coming day by day. By the time we had figured this all out, it took a few days.

    As someone who has to track down things like this constantly, I'm pretty unimpressed at the (lack of) speed of their code checking. This was not an obscure bug or complicated. It was just a too-large buffer definition and an execution path that always downloaded info.

    And people think Apple can check binary app store submissions for bugs or trojans in just a few minutes, when they can't even find their own bugs in a few days with commented source code.

    Then writing it up and trying to make it intelligible when this is a very high-tech topic took a few days.

    Again unimpressed. There've been accurate explanations posted here before Apple spoke up, that took just minutes to compose.

    And here we are less than a week later.

    Although I've defended Apple over and over again on this topic, this just smacks of hoping it would blow over.

    The right thing to do would've been to immediately say a week ago, "we're looking into it".


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  • pjashley1
    May 2, 05:42 PM
    I'm a platelet donor in the UK - having just given whole blood a few weeks ago I'm going to have to wait for a little while before going back, but well done everyone!

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  • shingi70
    Apr 13, 05:24 PM
    Sorry, but black people using the n word is no better than any other ethnicity doing it. And spare me the BS that it's part of the black culture. Any thuggish behavior and language and its glorification is deplorable, no matter the context, who or what it is directed against, and what criminal/amoral/inhumane behavior is exhibited or glorified. Ice T is as much of an jackass using the n word as your local clansman.

    Inever said the use if the word was good. Im just saying that just as they're complaining that a non gay used the word im saying that saying the n word is bad no mattter the race.

    where did i infer that blacks using the word was acceptable?


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  • Sun Baked
    Feb 14, 01:42 PM
    I wonder which new moderator is going to clean up the mess mymemmory just made in here...

    A post likely to turn this into another mymemmory bashing thread -- and it's not even a thread about women or body parts. :(

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  • job
    Jul 21, 01:05 PM
    Never mind. It's actually a script I needed to run in the terminal.

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  • UKBorgs
    Aug 16, 06:34 AM
    Changed all my geektool crap around.

    Love the look there. Any chance you could direct me atleast on how to achieve that look, geektool and all, please? Or somewhere that I may get to grips with this?


    Mar 23, 06:29 AM
    Apple Remote Desktop and Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection are two very different things. Which one are you trying to use?


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    I updated the RDP(i think, it could have been ARD) on a 10.5.7, and since then the ARD is crashing with error below.
    -----------------[66932]: dyld: unknown required load command 0x80000022
    ReportCrash[66933]: Formulating crash report for process VNCPrivilegeProxy[66932][1] ([66932]): Exited abnormally: Trace/BPT trap[1] ( Throttling respawn: Will start in 10 seconds
    ReportCrash[66933]: Saved crashreport to /Library/Logs/CrashReporter/VNCPrivilegeProxy_2011-04-26-063515_XSERVE.crash using uid: 0 gid: 0, euid: 0 egid: 0


    Here is whats in the crash report file

    Process: VNCPrivilegeProxy [67645]
    Path: /System/Library/CoreServices/RemoteManagement/AppleVNCServer.bundle/Contents/Support/VNCPrivilegeProxy
    Identifier: VNCPrivilegeProxy
    Version: ??? (???)
    Code Type: X86-64 (Native)
    Parent Process: launchd [1]

    Date/Time: 2011-04-26 06:48:12.617 -0700
    OS Version: Mac OS X Server 10.5.7 (9J61)
    Report Version: 6
    Anonymous UUID: 320D84E6-F429-490C-BC86-62BD0D53AB2A

    Exception Type: EXC_BREAKPOINT (SIGTRAP)
    Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000000
    Crashed Thread: 0

    Dyld Error Message:

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    Mar 18, 02:08 AM
    Those for the death penalty. How do you feel about Manning (I think that's his name. The guy that released the classified documents), if found guilty he can get the death penalty for it. Hugh

    That's horrible. Definitely not death penalty material. Actually, it's not even life in prison material.

    And if you get rid of those extra appeals then you will kill more innocent people, and how is that different from murder?

    Wow, again with the innocent people argument? How many times do i have to explain that there are many clear cut cases where there is no chance of innocence before you people get it through your heads? I already named two of them. While i acknowledge past wrongs, this is pretty much next to impossible today thanks to dna technology which only really went mainstream in the last decade. sorry guys, but there is no way ill be convinced that killing a serial killer is immoral.

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