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- 2012-09-01T21:13:16+0000 - Updated: 2012-09-01T21:13:16+0000
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- 2012-09-01T21:36:41+0000 - Updated: 2012-09-01T21:36:41+0000
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I am irritated by the fact that we in Croatia cannot purchase software, music...
- 2012-08-31T14:27:16+0000 - Updated: 2012-08-31T14:47:43+0000
I am irritated by the fact that we in Croatia cannot purchase software, music, videos or similar IP, but our politicians actually dare to preach against piracy. It is completely insane. I actually support piracy until we receive some respect. I feel like an idiot for having all my software properly licensed only to go to Adobe's site, try to subscribe to their cloud service and they tell me I'm from the wrong country; if I had an account from a proper country they'd be happy to sell stuff to me but dogs and Croatians not allowed.
A big middle finger to Adobe.

Re: No Creative Cloud in Croatia - need help with choices

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Republicans seem to be speed-boating again. I am disgusted by American politi...
- 2012-08-30T08:59:08+0000 - Updated: 2012-08-30T08:59:08+0000
Republicans seem to be speed-boating again. I am disgusted by American politics, they seem to be totaly devoid of a basic sense of honor and decency, they are ready to do or say absolutely anything to discredit their opponent.

http://edition.cnn.com/2012/08/29/opinion/bergen-obama-osama-books/index.html?hpt=hp_c3

Sense and nonsense about Obama and Osama - CNN.com

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When a bully becomes a victim then you know that karma really works. 
- 2012-08-29T08:07:03+0000 - Updated: 2012-08-29T08:08:34+0000
When a bully becomes a victim then you know that karma really works. 

Evelyn and Chad: A bully can be a victim, too

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This has potential to be great, ie. to be the equivalent of touchscreen for d...
- 2012-08-29T08:28:46+0000 - Updated: 2012-08-29T08:28:46+0000
This has potential to be great, ie. to be the equivalent of touchscreen for desktop systems. However they will have to get rid of the mouse pointer and replace it with something more intelligent, for instance a highlight area that indicates your current selection so you can activate it by an air-tap movement. Minority report, here we come.
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This entire thing reminds me of something from the late '80s or early &#3...
- 2012-08-29T07:52:35+0000 - Updated: 2012-08-29T07:56:34+0000
This entire thing reminds me of something from the late '80s or early '90s, when Apple was suing everybody for stealing their GUI concept and being more successful with it than they were. They failed. The lawsuits didn't bring them anything and the competition was more successful because of Apple's closed hardware and software concepts. Eventually they got close to bankruptcy and Microsoft actually saved them by buying 0.5B$ in non-voting shares. At one point they started producing the iPods and similar stuff and lifted off, finally. 
If Apple doesn't learn from that it's going to be history all over again.

Apple ruling will hurt - but not for long - CNN.com

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My wish list for iMac woud be, as follows:<br>- anti-glare coating on the dis...
- 2012-08-29T17:22:43+0000 - Updated: 2012-08-29T17:22:43+0000
My wish list for iMac woud be, as follows:
- anti-glare coating on the display, as on Air (and presumably the retinabook)
- SSD by default
- keep the RAM upgradable, as it is now
- ability to change SSD/HDD without breaking the entire machine apart, for instance by placing the HDD on guides and allowing it to be pulled out from below, next to the RAM
- usb3, firewire 800, thunderbolt, ivy bridge, dedicated GPU, yada yada
- Peltier cooling on the HDD, if possible.

http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/148061/apples-redesigned-2012-imacs-rumored-to-feature-anti-reflective-glass-displays

Apple's redesigned 2012 iMacs rumored to feature anti-reflective glass displays

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