it's free if they don't recognise the song but 50p if they do identify it
any single part of the song it works with, it's scary
could you explain why you posted this question in the macbook pro forum?
The iphone has h.264 decoding hardware in it so it hardly even uses the CPU to play video. That is why it plays so much better. Overall a high end G4 tower would have a lot more capability than an iphone.
Hardware can only be as good as the software it's running after all.
Also, you could use the money to get a cinema display off craigslist or something so when you come home, you can attach it to the big boy. :)
I'm majoring in marketing btw and I don't see the difference to econ to be that much. But, physics is something else. Ask someone on College Confidential for help with that!
If you're consider M-Audio, I'd suggest the Fast Track Ultra as a better buy. It costs a little more, but offers you "room to grow" in the future.
Just wondering, do you have firewire capabilities as well? If so, I consider firewire to be the better choice for an audio interface.
If you start thinking of firewire, I suggest you also check out the Echo "AudioFire4" interface. A bit more expensive @$299, but worth the money.
I've been using CAD mics and have gotten very good results from them. You might check out the M-179 -- it has 3 or 4 selectable polar pickup patterns.
Sorry to yell, but I built macthemesforums.net (http://macthemesforums.net) with phpbb and we all have been regretting it since about 3 months after the site launched. Security holes were the first major issue that we encountered... and now we have incredibly slow loading times and it is very hard to upgrade the software since we have made so many hacks to the default installation.
If you want lightweight and super fast, try PunBB (http://punbb.org).
If you want a powerful board with good support, use vBulleting or Invision Powerboard.
I asked a friend with that issue and he says he still has it. :(
Once was fine...but twice?
Um, no, I don't want to work with a pedantic fool like you every day, thanks.
I should mail him back and remind him to tuck his period inside the parentheses.
And, with redsn0w, you don't need to go through all that loader crap. It just installs Cydia directly on the SpringBoard. I've tried greenpoison before, and it didn't work for me, either (but for a different reason).
I just bought from an individual the older one w/3yrs AppleCare, a gig of memory, the NVIDEA GForce 4MX, and an external 40-gig Maxtor drive, all for the same amount as Apple's stock-configured 1 GHz dualie. There's no Apple Store near me to see the newer one up close.
I'm not a graphics arts designer or filmmaker but a cultural anthropologist/folklorist/professor who will be burning DVDs for classroom pursposes for the university where I teach. Also, I'd hope whatever I get will still hold its own a few years later.
I'd appreciate any thoughts on this, but in layman's terms. Apple techies expectedly insist that the newer model is the better way to go.
Not to dissuade you from finding the solution, but what you are describing is a pretty horrendous way to design a final layout.
using PS is part n parcel, but the ol' rollover image swap HTML stuff went out with table layouts.
More than likely you are better off doing your design using CSS/HTML and maybe some JS if you arent happy with what CSS can do for you.
The color inconsistency may have to do with your browser and PS not using colorspaces properly.
*runs around room screaming in frustration, leaving trail of hair behind*
Macrumors is a cool site and the forums have a lot of cool people, but I think getting involved in the rumor mill has caused some serious stress...
Yeah, you're not the only one who's been stressing. It's especially not good when you tell PC people that you live with "I'm gonna get a dual G5 real soon and it's gonna be BADA**"...maybe with different words but to that degree, and the powermac doesn't even come out. I'm getting quite frustrated. I just ignore "Magic Tuesdays" anymore.
Oh happy day!