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220 volt plugs. Plug 15 Amp 220 Volt
  • Plug 15 Amp 220 Volt

  • JoshuaKaufman
    Sep 26, 08:47 PM
    Looks great, but as my main email account is not a .mac account and POP doesn't really do it for me, I'll only use it if they provide IMAP access.

    The only real reason that I use .mac are its backup and synchronization features which are hardly worth paying $99 a year for. .mac still needs to come a long way to stay competitive and this is reasonable start, but a new interface is only that - a new interface. More space, more features and better functionality are the only way .mac will come out of the dark ages and join the rest of Apple's innovative, first-class products.

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  • 220 volt generator plug

  • Doctor Q
    Apr 6, 03:48 PM
    A petabyte can be defined as either 1000 terabytes or 1024 terabytes. The same with the other measures. This leads to endless confusion, which began in the days when K meant either 1000 or 1024. For example, if you had $1K of cash in your left pocket and 1K of RAM cache in your right pocket you'd probably have $1000 plus 1024 bytes!

    Rough calculations...

    If you stored 12 petabytes in Apple's 500,000 square foot North Carolina data center, that's 1.1E15 bytes in 5E5 square feet, or 2.3E9 bytes/sq. ft. In other words they'd have only about 2GB per square foot. They'll need a lot more data to fill up that building.

    So let's figure it out. The latest disk drives might hold 4TB in 490,000 cubic mm, or 0.0173 cubic feet, which means you can store 2.4E5 GB per cubic foot. Let's cut that down to 1E5 to leave room for enclosures and cabling. The data center appears to be a one-story building so let's assume the ceilings leave 10 feet of vertical usable space. That gives us 5E6 cubic feet x 1E5 GB per cubic foot, or 5E11 GB. So they have room for 476,837 petabytes!

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  • Cut the two prong plug off the

  • Stella
    Apr 4, 12:39 PM
    Do you have any proof that FT actually does sell email addresses?

    Just because businesses wants your email doesn't equate to they'll sell your details...


    Than why else do they want them? FT references their "business model" needing this "relationship". As other have said, I want their content NOT a relationship.

    That is NOT a reason to assume they do sell information. Probably marketing reasons.

    Apple wants people to give personal information ( address, phone number etc ) to sign up for the various *free* developer programs ( i.e., Safari Developer ).. that isn't an indication that Apple are going to sell your information... However, according to your response.. Apple will sell this information... ( which of course, they will not ).

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  • -EU Plug. 129,00SEK. 220 Volt

  • iScott428
    Apr 25, 08:00 AM
    The White IP4 will look sick, much like how awesome the white iPad 2 looks. I think the demand will still be strong for it due to all of the September IP5 rumors, and the fact that I know tons of people that have broken old iPhone are are waiting for the white to release. I would not expect crazy demand for it, but sales should be very good.


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  • is 220 Volt, 50 Hz. Plug

  • chicagdan
    Jan 9, 03:22 PM
    This is my first time witnessing a live Macworld. I made the switch early last year and have become more addicted since. I was hoping for an update to the Mac Pro. A price drop, Cores maybe. Some More Juiciness about Leopard. I think the iPhone is really cool! I'm not that interested tho. I'm happy for everyone that has been dreaming of one.

    I found the announcement of the name change to be scary. Obviously this keynote is a good example of how they are dropping the "computer" focus on the company. Which is kinda cool in a way but scary too. Just when I start getting into this whole thing they switch focus? I hope this isn't as bad as I think it could be.

    I'm voted on disappointed but I am not totally bummed. I still think it was a great keynote. And I still think Steve and Apple are "Wicked cool". I can't wait to see the video.:cool:

    My fellow Chicago mac user makes a good point ... I too found the name change disconcerting. It seems like Steve is setting us up for a time in the near future when OS-X will be set free to appear on any Intel box and Apple will stop making computers, focusing instead on OS-X based entertainment and communications devices. Mac World isn't even about the Mac anymore.

    But still, there will be many, many more Steve announcement keynotes this year ... there's the Leopard/iWork/iLife release still to come. There will be WWDC. Will we have Mac-based keynotes anymore? Maybe not. Now that they've shifted to Intel and there's no surprise left, unless a new form factor is introduced, changes may come regularly and quietly.

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  • Shazaam, SBM220X110X6, 220

  • floridaoj1
    Dec 28, 01:08 AM
    I thought I might post a video I made... It's a mix of 4 video's actually, and some other editing...
    It would be cool to have a video category here, but I understand how the bandwidth suffers from it..... :)

    Here's my vid, watch it..... (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNps4NarNHE)


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  • 110 Volt - 220 Volt Adapter

  • OpenLaszlo
    Sep 2, 01:13 AM
    http://img843.imageshack.us/img843/5283/screenshot20100901at111.th.png (http://img843.imageshack.us/i/screenshot20100901at111.png/)

    Likin' the new iTunes logo!

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  • A dryer outlet/plug is not

  • Darth.Titan
    Mar 10, 12:51 AM


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  • with a 220-volt setup the

  • Kieranic
    Oct 3, 10:04 PM
    Getting ready for the second run of South Park's 14th season on Thursday (...well Wednesday night if your in USA) :D


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  • 220 Volt 50Hz AC Output,

  • notjustjay
    Mar 21, 02:48 PM
    Hi. Thanks. I think your right. The solution may be for me to send the "hourly" thing the way of the dodo. Set prices will help protect me from chiselers who claim they can only afford so many hours.

    I don't think that's necessarily what he meant -- only that you should raise your hourly rate.

    It's up to you whether you charge by set prices or by hourly rates, but you do need to be able to accurately estimate the work involved -- if you underestimate the work and price according to that, then you're stuck in the same boat.

    Perhaps a combination of approaches. A website, for example, might start at $500, which includes 2 hours of client consultation and 10 hours of work, and two hours of after-sales support work. Additional hours beyond this are charged at $40/hour. I made up those numbers from thin air, but you get the idea.

    That way you're covered in both directions. A piddly little site doesn't yield piddly little money, and the big complex clients get to pay accordingly too.


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  • 110/220 volt adapter

  • G5Unit
    Mar 30, 07:00 PM
    buy a memory card

    That's not really in the budget right now:(

    Anyway I can back it up to my Mac?

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  • 220 Volts

  • ucfgrad93
    Sep 2, 10:25 AM
    On my MBP.


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  • Installing a 220 Volt

  • baleensavage
    Jan 9, 03:33 PM
    I too was disappointed with the keynote today.

    The iPhone is a great device, but nothing that I'd buy. If they get rid of the phone capabilities and make it a real video iPod with wifi, I'd be all over it. Plus the whole cingular thing is a downer. On the whole though it was a good announcement for Apple and I'm sure it will revolutionize the cell phone industry.

    The iTV is lame. All it is is a front row interface to your computer with a hard drive. Nothing really exciting there. Like others have mentioned, add in Web browsing, a DVD drive, the ability to record TV onto the hard drive, then maybe it would be worth the $300 price tag.

    And removing Computers from the name makes sense, but it doesn't bode well for the computers part of Apple.

    As for not having 10.5 info, I'm actually glad that they didn't. Vista is just out of the box. Let Vista cool off a little before Apple blows it out of the water. We don't want Microsoft stealing Apple's thunder with their 3-years-too-late OS. It'd be like if Apple released the iPhone right after the Zune thing came out.

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  • How to wire a 20 amp 240 volt

  • gravytrain84
    Apr 7, 04:45 PM
    I dont get all the whining? Of course its to patch the exploit... simple.. Just dont update.. :rolleyes:


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  • 220-240 volt 3 prong power

  • foodog
    Feb 9, 10:31 AM
    so this is only unlimited "to" any mobile, what about "From"

    I know this is how Sprint's plans work. AT&T is looking better and better. Now if you could just stay connected long enough to carry on a conversation.

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  • jakljiri
    Apr 3, 12:40 PM
    I have bought new battery (original apple) and after full charging it can�t work on battery power. Powerbook shut down directly with disconecting of power cord. The same ocurs with older battery still working in other PB. New battery work normaly in other PB.



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  • 220volt Power plug with GS

  • MacNut
    Feb 12, 09:35 PM
    We all knew it was matter of time before edesign was promoted. After the dozen paged thread about him who could refuse? :D

    Well I can only dream of achieving the moderator status. Maybe in 2 years Arn will give me a shot.Its always good to start kissing up now.

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  • Wiring a 220-Volt Dryer Outlet

  • freiheit
    Apr 7, 01:53 PM
    Got to convince some coworkers to buy this so I can try out multiplayer Warlords.

    Multi-player internet Warlords for the Mac would be sweet!!!

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  • from 220 volt outlet,

  • Philalbe
    Mar 20, 07:09 AM

    Just to give a quick backstory; I spent years going back to school for design and at last I've finally acquired my degree. I now have a budding freelance business with a handful of small clients, all of whom are relatively civil, good natured and appreciative of my work.

    Recently a long distance client I really get along with referred me to someone. He hired me to do a logo for his marketing startup. He was pleased with the end result and asked me to take on a second project, designing a mockup for a website that he could then turn over to a developer. He set a time limit of 3 hours, because that's all he could afford. Everything was going fine till about 2 hours in. He liked the direction I was going in, so while I was waiting to hear back I did some small revisions (off the clock), just to satisfy my own design sensibilities. I sent them to him to see what he thought. He suddenly calls me saturday afternoon and from the get go, seems to have an attitude. He wants to go over all the revisions I sent him. So I scramble for my macbook. As I'm going through my folders in search of the files he starts getting flustered and belittling. I offer to call him back in an hour after I've gathered everything and before one of us says something we'll regret, but he wants to stay on the phone and takes an even more offensive tone. I'm a laid back guy, but I had enough and firmly reminded him that I was trying to design a site for him within a 3 hour limit and had been good enough to not bill him for all the phone time he insisted on and had even stopped the clock a couple of times. He then startled to backpedal and complimented me on my work and how fair my pricing was ($25.00 an hour). The conversation went on for about another half hour as in the aftermath we awkwardly discussed the project. I think I did a pretty good job of remaining diplomatic. I've now just about completed the project and now he's talking about having me design a business card:rolleyes: The whole thing has left a bad taste in my mouth. I know there can always be an element of stress with any type of work is, but that was a bit much.

    Sorry for the rant, but I felt like I needed to vent to fellow designers. Anyone else have any horror stories?:)

    Oct 9, 04:06 PM
    In the mood for theming.


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    Queen of Spades
    Dec 2, 02:24 AM
    Where's the holiday spirit, everyone? :D


    May 5, 10:26 PM
    ^^ +1 Go 1 series.

    Or even better, get a 2 seater, that way only you and your hottie current weekend date can be in the car. NO OTHER DUDES ALLOWED! So...thinking Z4 :D

    Matthew M.
    Feb 7, 04:12 AM


    Jun 16, 07:40 PM
    Yes, it is possible. I don't know how to do it on a Mac, but for Windows, you need to make and image of the DVD using DVD Decrypter and then encode it in xvid using AutoGK.