Jan 22nd 2010 4:09AM Problem: Might get hacked.
Is this is hard concept to understand? You can even get it for most cellphones now.. And seriously, is $6,50 a lot to pay to keep your account safe. Something you've most likely spent days, months, maybe even years playing on?
People who don't see the logic in having one of those things, should get their accounts hacked. I don't feel sorry for these people, at all.
Jan 8th 2010 6:48AM The fact that it isn't funny at all?
Dec 29th 2009 5:37AM Am I the only one who doesn't like that "iSlate" name..?
Dec 17th 2009 12:16PM Not bad. And both Path Finder and Yep look awesome. Although I don't want to commit to anything which I will end up crying over not working when Apple releases a new OS. I'm looking at you Quicksilver! Seeing as it was broken when SL was released. Worst month of my life! :P
Besides Apple should look at these two apps and make their own (like they do). Give us iDoc or something. :P
Good pack, not the best, but good nonetheless.
Aug 15th 2009 8:20PM Yeah, exactly! Because I for the love of me can't remember that time when nobody knew about Draenei and Blood Elves two weeks before the announcement of the Burning Crusade at Blizzcon. >_>
Aug 15th 2009 7:49PM @Tib
Tell that to Illidan. :P
When will everyone understand that the Lore isn't there to dictate what Blizzard can do. :P If they want to change the lore, they do so.
Jul 21st 2009 1:48PM Oh, please do stop reading this blog.
Jul 5th 2009 5:18AM Again, I think you are missing some of the point here. Apple is falsely advertising millions of colors, while the truth is hundreds of thousands of colors. Huge difference.
He wants answers on what type of display. It doesn't matter if there are almost no 8-bit panels for laptops, but the fact that Apple is lying about the spec of their machines is what is worrying here.
So please, leave _your_ rant out of this. As it has nothing to do with the subject matter at all.
Jul 4th 2009 9:08PM Most people who work with graphics on some level, specially gradients.
Jul 4th 2009 9:00PM I think the biggest problem is the attitude Apple has in this case. They can't tell him what type of display is in the machine, or if upgrading to the 15" will give him the 8-bit he needs. What Apple should be doing in this case is just give us all a straight up answer, is the display on the 13" 6 or 8-bit, and is upgrading to 15" going to give you a better display.
And as stated before, "Pro" should mean more then just a three letter word that you can stick to the end of anything. I'm currently on my MBP Unibody 13" writing this, and finding out the display is 6-bit (meaning 200k+ colors), and not millions of colors as stated on their web-site, I as a consumer actually feel cheated. If this is something that's important or not might be up to discussion, but Apple - or anyone for that matter - should not falsely advertise with wrong specs or information regarding their products. Ever.