Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Normative Model Of Decision Making

Normative Model Of Decision Making. everyday decision making,
  • everyday decision making,

  • macnews
    Sep 27, 02:25 AM
    Did anyone notice Disney introduced their own cell phone service? Normally not much but given Steve's close ties to Disney perhaps they have shared some info? www.disneymobile.com

    Some very interesting features, makes me think of things that might be available with a mac phone service.

    Normative Model Of Decision Making. Startup Decision-Making
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  • Kyllle
    Apr 25, 04:22 PM
    After getting an iPhone 4 a few months ago, I've been finding myself increasingly drawn to other Apple products (what a surprise).
    I currently have an HP laptop from late and although the hardware isn't really out of date, I'm really excited to switch over to a MBP 15 hopefully around Christmas, once I've saved up enough money.

    I'm hoping the new MBPs will get a new design this fall, because if they don't and I buy one at Christmas, I know they'll get some major update as soon as I buy mine.
    Although I can't really think of a better design, I'm sure Apple will think of something that none of us have. I agree with others that dropping the optical drive would be nice to free up space for perhaps an SSD, as I use mine maybe every few months, but I don't see Apple doing this anytime soon as the MBP is supposed to be Apple's full-featured notebook. Maybe in about 2 years, but not now.

    I don't think the MBPs, already under an inch, would really benefit from getting thinner, instead I'd rather see either a bigger battery or SSD (128gb?). I have a 500gb HD right now, and only use about 150 of it, so I could probably live with a 128gb SSD alone, especially if it was included in the 15's $1800 base price.

    Normative Model Of Decision Making. Relation to the Normative
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  • wywern209
    Apr 25, 06:44 PM
    ehh, i don't think much will change from the unibody we have this yr. there might be some infusion of liquid metal for sturdiness but besides that, i don't think much will change. on the other hand, USB3 will be standard next yr and maybe some stuff will be out to take advantage of lightpeak. and i seriously doubt that we will have super highres stuff next year for the laptops. I anticipate higher res ACDs but nothing more.

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  • prady16
    Aug 31, 07:50 PM
    The wait is getting sweeter! :)

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  • weg
    Aug 28, 01:03 PM
    not that it really matters. but they stole apples thunder.

    and since steve compared osx to windows and the mac pro to dell and made lot's of fun about both they'd better stay on top of the game.

    I think that Apple shouldn't enter that race.. their products are distinguished by other features than mere processing power (as soon as this changes: goodbye Apple), and coming out with new models every few months will probably just piss off Apple customers (so far, it's pretty easy to know ALL current laptop models that Apple offers - can you say that for Dell, too?).

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  • steadysignal
    Apr 22, 06:44 PM
    How does streaming music to my iPhone help me, when O2 cap my Internet usage, and then charge when you use more.

    very much correct. the cloud is great when you don't have a bandwidth limit.

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  • deputy_doofy
    Aug 28, 03:28 PM
    Come on Apple... open the doors. Let's not be too far behind, here...

    I hope Apple is at least somewhat prepared for the demand... :)

    Normative Model Of Decision Making. 3.3 Policy language model
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  • milo
    Sep 5, 03:20 PM
    If I am forced to watch ANY commercials on the iTunes movie downloads, then I'll never use it, ever. Bad enough I spend $10 to go to a theater to have the same mazda zoom zoom zoom/coke and a smile crap every time.

    Why would they do commercials? Commercials only make sense if they give you content for free. Has anyone done home viewing of movies for a fee and still included commercials (other than movie trailers)?

    Normative Model Of Decision Making. Decision-Making: A Gender
  • Decision-Making: A Gender

  • gugy
    May 3, 11:35 AM
    I love the 2 30" external display support. Hopefully Thunderbolt will be able to do the same on the MacBook Pro.

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  • Mac'nCheese
    Apr 17, 03:30 PM
    If you are going to make a claim like that you really should provide a source.




    Normative Model Of Decision Making. Stages of decision-making.
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  • KingCrimson
    Apr 22, 04:22 PM
    Right becuase the iPhone is a full laptop running OSX :rolleyes:

    Ask yourself why you would want a full OS-X device in that form factor. It's hardly genius, and that's why :apple: won't ever do it.

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  • Buschmaster
    Oct 28, 09:04 AM
    It isn't like I "hate the world" or anything, even though reading through this thread some people might thing so just by my saying this...

    If I payed all that money to get into that expo (it is as expensive as the ones in the States, right?) and someone was being annoying? I'd want them gone, as well. We just got rid of all solicitation on my floor at college, and it isn't like every candidate who stopped by I hated, but they were sure hoping they could make it that way. And the vegans... man do they not give up. I wanted to start heating hot dogs in the microwave just so they'd get out!!

    If I'm enjoying myself at the time they come in, they can change some of that. And I don't know the whole story, but if people were complaining about them, then they should be kicked out.

    Maybe they're still just searching for Elaine Bennis...? They never leave a message undelivered, I hear.

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  • Hawkeye411
    Nov 14, 07:07 AM
    Another good reason to Jailbreak!

    I think I'll be looking closely at other phones when my contract is up next year!!

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  • tekmoe
    Aug 28, 12:52 PM
    I think my new rule will be to automatically place anyone using that line on my ignore list.

    It lost its funny a long time ago.:rolleyes:


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  • toughboy
    Aug 31, 11:45 AM
    I don't care what it is, just give us something new to talk about. Mac Pro really nice machine but we saw it coming months in advance. Maybe not he exact spec but yeah we all knew it was coming. Same with Merom, Conroe etc... Give us something new, really new. All we have had for what seems like an age is Intel switch this Intel switch that. I don't care what processor they use as long as they are faster than they were before and it's still a Mac. I want nay, need a new product - something so I know that Apple are still innovating. Switching to Intel, no innovation there just good sense.

    Stop reading forums and rumor sites, and everything will be news to you..

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  • StealthGhost
    Mar 23, 04:52 PM
    Unless an app is breaking the law, then they have no authority and should have no reason to concern themselves with apps.

    It's already been said, these checkpoints are posted in local papers, this is just an app that makes that information easier to access.

    I bet Apple pulls them. RIM already did. Companies far too often cave to the illogical or crazies rather than standing up for what is logical and right.

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  • mobi
    Mar 29, 11:23 AM
    Thank you for the chuckle during the lunch hour :D

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  • wildmac
    Sep 10, 12:02 PM
    If you need it get it now. If you can wait 6 months then wait. What is out is better than what you have, just be ready than in 6 months there will be something better. This is always the case even if you stay in the Win Camp.

    Yep, if you want an iMac, then buy it NOW. The laptops will soon see upgrades, but the rest of the product line is up-to-date.

    And... unless you are doing hard-core gaming or intensive graphics or scientific work, a CPU upgrade is not likely to be noticed in your real-world computing.

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  • PlaceofDis
    Oct 12, 02:44 PM
    kinda looks like a Target iPod Nano, no? :p

    May 3, 12:37 PM
    Anyone know how long it usually takes Amazon to get these in?

    Mac Fly (film)
    Sep 14, 01:58 PM
    New Aperture, New MacBook's, and hopefully New MacBook Pro's with the magnetic latch, and that fabulous magnetic keyboard.

    Apr 23, 09:06 AM
    Some of us principally us the air for what it was designed for computing on the go i.e. travel. When you travel a lot it is nice to be able to kick back and enjoy a game or two. The ultimate 13 in plays all the recent games pretty well and works as a second laptop with my company provided POS.

    Apr 4, 12:45 PM
    And that is precisely why people who have concealed weapon permits are trained in the legal ramifications of carrying a firearm in the public arena. We don't carry firearms to "save the day". We carry firearms to save our lives. Legally, I cannot get involved in a shooting that doesn't directly involve me.. I have no idea what is going on and could just as easily be shooting an undercover cop as a miscreant.

    I'm not a gun control advocate. I own a gun. But I laugh at the absurd notion of being a hero when threatened. These glorified stories of what would have happened in situation X if someone had had a gun are laughable. It doesn't work like that.

    Happens about 2,000,000 times a year. Check the FBI stats if you don't believe me. You don't hear much about that because (A) our media doesn't like to report "good" shootings, and (B) about 97% of the time no shooting is required, as the criminal gets the idea quick and stops threatening innocents in a hurry.

    And most of the time when you hear that in situation X, if only someone had a had a gun...

    When that right to life guy walked into the church and shot up the congregation, people said if the church goers had carried guns for instance. No way. He opened fire without warning.

    Or take the incident in Tucson with the congress woman. No one would have stopped that with a gun either. It doesn't work like that. Yes you may stop a crime but it is usually a criminal who never intends to actually kill. If someone intends to kill or doesn't care about killing, then forget it.

    Apr 22, 01:42 PM
    I do hope that processor speed bump will not be the only change in the new MBAs. However, looking at Samsung 9 's pricepoint and what it offers makes me feel discouraged that Apple will put larger SSDs in the new MBAs.

    Perhaps the new selling points will be:
    - much faster processors - closing the gap to the 13" MBP
    - increased battery life - 5:30-6 hours on 11", > 7 hours on 13"

    I think it's unlikely that we see larger SSDs as standard on MBA until IB

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