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Question by Ashley Rainhorse: How to make peas in a pod taste better? I got these great organic peas in a pod, which I’d like to eat raw as a snack, but they taste a bit too much like grass..I’m all for natural and organic things, but is there a way I can keep the fresh taste of them and give them a little appeal?
Answer by SawyerStir fry them in hot chili oil. Not til they’re super soft, just a couple minutes. Or a quick steam, again not til they’re super soggy, to tender crisp…with sea salt on them.
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Apple on Thursday launched its Black Friday sale on Macs, offering $ 101 of MacBooks. But customers in the market for the lowest prices will have better luck at the company’s authorized resellers, which offer much deeper discounts.
As part of Apple’s Black Friday sale, the company has cut between $ 41-$ 61 off the new iPad with Retina display and $ 31 off 16GB iPad 2s. Meanwhile, Mac minis remain regularly priced and won’t ship for two weeks, but MacMall has virtually the entire iPad mini product line in stock and ready to ship immediately.
Question by Ben P: What is the difference between a Mac Book Pro and a Mac Book Air? Which one is better? and why? What would you recommend? I never see anyone with the Mac Book Air, why? I think they are awesome but im afraid they do not have the same capabilities of a Mac Book Pro.
Answer by thatiphoneguyThe Mac Book Air will definitely not have the capabilities of a Mac Book Pro. It is smaller therefore sacrificing performance and storage. It depends how you are going to use it. If you will travel a lot, maybe the Mac Book air. However if not, I would get the Pro.
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Question by Andrei: What floor pod for electric guitars is better, the lline 6 floor pod plus or the pod xt live? I bought a floor pod plus and its amazing but someone that I know sais that the pod xt live is better. Can you guys tell me which one is better with a few reasons? Thank you.
Answer by Air Canada FtwThe floor pod plus is better by far. It is newer than the xt live and comes with more effects. Additionally, it is easier to use.
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Apple and other device makers keep upping the ante on speed by building support for LTE into their latest devices, but that’s of little use to citizens of several countries of the European Union. In many cases, their countries have no 4G networks or operate on frequencies not currently supported by the latest iPhone or iPad. Today, the EU’s Commissioner for the Digital Agenda Neelie Kroes called for EU member nations to support a plan to invest funds in 4G network expansion and improvement.
As Kroes told participants in a Brussels conference, “Without faster 4G roll-out, device makers won’t take Europe into account when planning their latest smartphones.” The BBC reported today that the UK may push for a faster 4G expansion, and many EU member countries seem interested in making this happen as well.
The plan is to take about US$ 64.27 billion from the EU budget and invest in projects to expand the reach and availability of 4G spectrum. This would be a loan, designed to be paid back with interest. However, some countries have already expressed a desire to fund their own expansions rather than dipping into the EU coffers.
Especially with the launch this year of the new iPad and iPhone 5, Apple’s devices appear to be adding fuel to the debate to expand compatible 4G availability in the European Union.
EU Digital Commissioner requests better European 4G Rollout originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 02 Oct 2012 12:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
So I am getting a ipad 2 or a ipod touch 4g and I wanna know what is better Video Rating: 5 / 5Related Posts:
As we’ve been hearing, Apple is rolling out some “additional security” for App Store customers. When you go to purchase an app, as I just did (it was the free Pocket app, incidentally), you may be prompted to answer three security questions and provide a second email address in case your primary account is compromised. Unfortunately, this 20th century form-based method of enhanced security is just poorly done. Apple, an innovator in so many ways, can do better.
I knew it was coming but I wasn’t quite prepared for the stupidity of the questions. “What was your first car?” is a good example. This weekend I was getting an app for my 8 year-old son and had to answer this. I guess I should have said “Hot Wheels”? “Who was your first teacher?” is a question I simply couldn’t remember for me or for my son (are we talking preschool or what?). “Where was your first kiss?” — really? You mean we might have to be able to accurately type in “In the back seat of a smelly 1990′s muscle car”? Possibly on an iOS device? You’re kidding us, right Apple?
Again, while I appreciate the effort, this seems like a stopgap measure and it has been confusing quite a few customers — we have received a few confused emails asking if it was some attempt at phishing. Sigh. Apple has our emails, our account info, access to iOS in ways no other developer can access… Surely this could have been done better.
Instead, we pick three fake answers and had to write them down so we’ll remember them. Great security, not. Plus, now we have to remember whether we capitalized our answers, and we have to deal with natural typos, and of course our recovery email is already being used for our alternative Apple ID. Did I mention that all humans must now have two email addresses? Yep, that’s a thing now. Tell your kids.
I inadvertently used my @me address when I answered these questions for my son, who, at the time, only had one email account. Where do I change this? You’ll have to go to your Apple ID account page here. It baffles me that Apple would manage security this way, however. The business lately hasn’t been so much “Think Different” but “target people who are not tech-savvy at all.” Guess what? People who don’t like technology tend to have ONE email address. Probably one they set up over a decade ago! Now you’re asking them to hunt around for another service, or magically suss out that they can create one using iCloud potentially weeks or months after purchasing their iOS device.
We’ve got another layer of fail slathered over iTunes now, and the chances of our accounts being compromised haven’t necessarily been lessened. Instead, our chances of recovering our accounts after they’re compromised just got worse.
Here’s some free ideas for you, Apple. How about three or four images (like the stock images for accounts on a Mac), asking someone their favorite? Or, by using the technology of touchscreens, have someone draw a simple geometric shape like a parallelogram. There’s a microphone and camera on most iOS devices, perhaps something utilizing these technological marvels?
Are Apple’s additional security steps frustrating to you, or are you enjoying the feeling of enhanced security?
Apple’s additional security steps could be better originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Mon, 23 Apr 2012 14:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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Intel: Ultrabooks Offer More Choice, Better Value Than MacBook Air Or IPad With the superhigh-resolution third-generation iPad selling like hotcakes, and a refresh of the MacBook Air expected soon, Windows-based laptops are seemingly becoming a dying breed in this "post-PC," Apple-dominated era. Read more on CIO
Apple to Mass Produce MacBook Pro 13” and 15” by Maricris Liboon Rumors emerged, claiming that the Cupertino-based company Apple is planning to mass-produce its MacBook Pro 15” and 13” models on April and June respectively. There were also reports that their monthly production capacity of the … Read more on AMOG
Qualcomm Looks to Challenge Intel, Ultrabooks: Report Qualcomm reportedly is developing a quad-core version of its Snapdragon S4 chip for thin and light Windows 8 notebooks that could compete with Ultrabooks, Apple's MacBook Air. Intel has been looking to push its way into the mobile computing market … Read more on eWeekRelated Posts:
Apple TV 2012 Shows Better Performance Parts The new Apple TV is already out but it has been suffering from a lack of attention from the market because almost everybody is too busy focusing on the new iPhone. However, that has not stopped enthusiasts and reporters from tearing the device down and … Read more on Solar Panels News
Teardown of new 1080p Apple TV finds cooler single-core A5 CPU By AppleInsider Staff The new single-core A5 processor in the new Apple TV does not have a thermal pad, suggesting it runs even cooler than its predecessor despite offering high-definition 1080p video. Though the previous, second-generation Apple TV … Read more on Apple Insider
Troubleshooting your Apple TV by Christopher Breen, Macworld.com The second- and third-generation Apple TV were designed with simplicity in mind but they don't always work as expected. Where do you turn when your Apple TV acts up? The next several paragraphs are a good place to … Read more on Macworld (blog)Related Posts: