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4.0.51204 (Dec 16, 2010)
@soldier1st: not entirely true ...
"It is a cross-browser, cross-platform technology. It runs in all popular Web browsers, including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Apple Safari, Google Chrome, and on Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X."
For the Linux crowd there is (with limitations in regard to protection):
As to it being good or bad. My opinion is it gets the job done. I would rather see more standards based approaches when and where possible using technologies like these only when appropriate but I felt the need to provide accurate info.
22.214.171.124 (Dec 13, 2006)
I like the latest version. As always would be nice if they could cut down on the memory foot print. It isn't taking insane ammounts though. Still takes less than IE7 or SAV.
126.96.36.199 (Jul 20, 2011 - 4:31 PM)
I have a mouse plugged in and it's showing the scroll bar persistently, my setting is set to Automatically based on input device. I assume Joe is getting no scroll bar due to the exsistence of a trackpad. This behavior can however be changed if it doesn't suite your style.
Show scroll bars can be set under System Preferences > General as Automatically based on input device, When scrolling or Always show to keep them persistent.
The inverse scrolling can be changed in System Preferences -> Mouse as Move content in the direction of finger movement when scrolling or navigating.
I am also curious what you mean Joe by "Apple has fundamentally backed away from the browser motif as part of Lion's main presentation."? What is it that makes you think this is the case with Apple as opposed to lets say as per example Internet Explorer being made a fundamental motif as part of Windows? I am just curious.
188.8.131.52 (Jul 14, 2011 - 12:45 PM)
Haven't had a chance to give it a shot yet since I am on Rdio and the free deal is invite only at the moment but lets see if I can give it my best ...
Pandora will probably continue to be the cheaper way to go if that's a key factor for you.
Spotify falls more in line with services like Rhapsody, Napster, Rdio, MOG, etc. ($9/mo for premium with the mobile player or $4.99 for the unlimited version)
It has more in the way of songs 13m Spotify vs 800k Pandora [Reference: http://pansentient.com/2...-who-has-the-most-music/]
As to what it looks like, here's some screenshots (although this is the iPhone app):
184.108.40.206 (Jun 14, 2011 - 4:49 PM)
Thanks. That was what I was curious about. Didn't know about the 180 days, that certainly raises the cost to even more than I was imaging it would cost to cancel.
220.127.116.11 (Jun 14, 2011 - 12:14 PM)
"AT&T charges $325 to break a contract. That makes the cost of iPhone for resale $524 or $624, depending on model"
Wouldn't it be more since you would still get dinged the first month even if you go the ETF route?
I haven't tried so maybe it's possible it is just $524 but perhaps someone that has tried can confirm or deny this?