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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by MacAztec, Jan 13, 2003.
Yes, these are mine....this app is killer!
I will have pictures of Keynote later on....
im taking a wild guess you got keynote off of carracho since you have iphoto as well.
don't be so narrowminded! the world of warez extends far beyond carracho
Exactly. Actually, I didn't download anything....
I love my brother
thats cool, i just assumed you did. I just get uptight about piracy because that is how i make my money in life. no hard feelings.
I dont really pirate. I will DL a program and try it out, and if I see that I will use it, and I like it, I will buy it.
Im not going to go blow 100 bucks so I can check out a program that I may or may not like.
Like the game Jedi Knight 2, I downloaded it. Then I realised I like it. Then I bought it.
yeah your right, i guess really i dont understand that considering i get most software i want sent to me free, i understand what your getting at.
notice the iPhoto pic is such a low quality pic, and the thumbnails are so small, so we can't get pictures of him, and put him on britney spears or something like that
Is that the final version of iPhoto?
I'm dying to get keynote, though...
Hehe yes its the final build.
I wasn't thinking about a big pic of me. I dont think I will be showing one now though.
Is iPhoto 2 any faster than the current version? I like the app quite a lot, but on my iMac it's terribly slow (I have about 2200 pics). Please please tell me it's at least a little faster!
yes, iphoto has some significant speed improvements that everyone will enjoy (my ibook 600 does ok) and i may begin to use it again...
i wanted to talk about piracy for a bit. on windows it is rampant but the market share is huge and if piracy were to magically stop dead i think the changes would be in favour of those other than the current victims of piracy.
on the mac, the story is a little different. in the days oy ye old, the one's in the know, the trader's would cite reasoning such as "the platform needs every penny they can get, just buy it" Today, we have grown and trading is quite common among certain groups. and i don't think apple, or the large companies suffer tragically from piracy.
what i worry about, are the small one-man developers. they suffer at the hands of 'surfer's serials' when really, these are the guys that make OS X a pleasure to work in. most of the sotware i use is independant and it is the lifeblood of OS X for the consumer.
pay for your shareware!!!
Yes it is.
**cough cough** Usenet **cough cough**
BTW, how can you pirate a free piece of software?
Dude, if your brother is an Apple employee ... you might have just gotten him canned.
But hes not
Re: Re: dude...
then what does he do?
He is a webmaster/works at time warner/works at another company called BlueBerry Hill