Official WWDC 2004 discussion


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Tim Dorr    0

Tiger shipping in the 1st half of 2005! Not October! :o

Well, at least this means they'll be putting more effort into it :D

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Cambria    0

150 new features, some groundbreaking.

What sounds like a new filesystem (maybe) easier searching by content, better sorting, etc

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session    0

yay... better SMB support!!! I need that :)

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hoyablue    1

"reliant on metadata"

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Redestium    1

Wow 30 inches...that's a lot of $$$. Did they say who makes the card?

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session    0

tiger... reliant on metadata - can search in mail, addressbook...etc :D

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astrokat    14

Does that video card use PCI-X ?

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Cambria    0
Wow 30 inches...that's a lot of $$$. Did they say who makes the card?

I think its nVidia. Not quite sure on that though...

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Tim Dorr    0

I'm gonna guess ATi is making it.

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Cambria    0

sounds like system prefs is getting a big upgrade.

no bar at top, uses spotlight technology???

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hoyablue    1

"System Preferences - removed bar at top. Uses spotlight tech"

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session    0

"spotlight tech"... does that mean those creepy screenshots we saw... er... well, we'll see!

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Cambria    0
"spotlight tech"... does that mean those creepy screenshots we saw... er... well, we'll see!

god i hope not, those seemed very un-apple-like.

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Tim Dorr    0

Ok, so far, these people are being ripped by Apple:

-Launchbar/Quicksilver

-Konfabulator

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hoyablue    1

" Spotlight is system wide. upper right hand corner is a mag glass button

click it. get a search field. I get a popdown list of all sorts of things

images, mail, contacts etc..."

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session    0
Ok, so far, these people are being ripped by Apple:

-Launchbar/Quicksilver

-Konfabulator

will microsoft be added to the list later :shifty:

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theDose    0

looks to be an nvidia card...

btw, benq just announced a 23"

The BenQ FP231W has a resolution of 1920 x 1200, contrast ratio of 500:1 and brightness of 250 cd/m2. With its 16ms response time, wide viewing angles (176/176 degrees H/V) and a full 16.7-million color palette, the FP231W is able to display exceptionally crisp and vivid images. It also comes with an optional 4W x 2 speaker attachment and optional web cam.
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session    0

Next generation MPEG4. h264. scalable. Apple is adopting.... adopted for hi-def DVD - New QuickTime and DVD Player intergration????? :D

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the evn show    138

The new HD DVD codec is apparently in quicktime (according to this german coverage I'm watching)

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hoyablue    1

How long is this keynote?

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Cambria    0
will microsoft be added to the list later:shifty:y:

Probably, but i imagine microsoft will do their fair share of ripping als:):)

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Cambria    0

RSS in Safari. Get data from sites with RSS feeds and format it however you want.

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hoyablue    1

" Now: Safari. We're going to take it a step further. New thing - RSS."

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Tim Dorr    0
The new HD DVD codec is apparently in quicktime (according to this german coverage I'm watching)

Watching? As in video? :blink:

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hoyablue    1

"Wouldn't it be great to aggreate rss feeds and search through them for things you

want? Demoing Safari's RSS reader."

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