I'm running 10.6.8 in a VMWare VM on my Retina MacBook Pro, and it's got great Rosetta performance.
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Copy, paste, remove, delete?
This is why we invented nukes, people.
I'm guessing that's for YouTube.ca showing Nickelback clips?
So that's why my Johnnie Walker costs more than Everclear...
My mom has a Singer from the mid 1920s (according to her) that is the most bulletproof piece of hardware I recall ever using.
About the only thing that has been done to it, as far as I can tell, is that the drive belt and power cord have been replaced due to material decomposition.
...would get banned from New Jersey.
It'll get "stuck" trying to get out of NYC.
So what you're saying is that size doesn't matter as much as how you use it?
Imagine a Hackintosh Beowulf cluster of those...
Obama's love of corpsemen and women extends to education, and will probably have another union all their own.
He used someone else's cell phone to call 911?
(see his appearance rider if you don't get the joke)
As long as they haven't licensed any of Google's patents on self-driving vehicles. I'm sure if it's successful, Google will bitch about it, though.
Aside from Flash and print/device drivers at the kext level, I can't think of any third party software that ships as part of Apple's OS installation.
Apple no longer bundles Stuffit Expander, Internet Explorer, Netscape, MacLinks, or any of that stuff anymore.
Can you tell me the names of any applications that were bundled and are being removed?
Actually, Flash for the Mac does not have an auto update mechanism. Many people rely on Apple to supply Flash updates by way of OS updates. It's been that way for years. The latest spate of security issues with Flash has changed the landscape a bit.
When Apple qualified a version of Flash to ship with an OS update, but that version is a revision behind what Adobe has publicly posted, Apple is given shit for not having the latest update in their distribution. When Apple decides to let Adobe do the legwork in getting the newest version into peoples' hands, Apple is given more shit.
I don't see this being much different from the position on Java: third-party crap that they don't want to be responsible for anymore.
If Adobe wants to have Flash be up to date on the Mac, they can do it themselves.
As an aside, but as a still peripherally-related statement, about the only third party software I'm in favor of Apple supplying themselves is printer drivers. That stuff is constantly changing, and though I rarely print, I think that it's more important to support those vendors and get the latest print software out there than to get the newest versions of slow, antiquated runtimes onto machines.
I would imagine that their use of the Apple-designed Safari logo (it is stored on their server at http://assist.infospace.com.edgesuite.net/bellassist/pics/compass.png) is an infringing use of Apple's intellectual property, especially if it is designed to appear as though Safari itself generated the message and cause confusion as to the source of the message.
Get Apple legal's hounds on Bell and see what happens.
But I stay in one when I'm visiting the in-laws.