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Check out my iPhone Apps Clickkr, Block, and Tijd on the App Store. -Thanks to everyone at Stack Overflow for helping! I know I definitely couldn't have done it without you.

http://bit.ly/clickkr and http://bit.ly/clockapp


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comment Software (not app) To Read Underlying iPhone Data
ecamm.com/mac/phoneview
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accepted I have 21.5GB free. Why won't my MacBook Air 2010 let me use Boot Camp?
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comment How do I open a .plist file?
Well perfect, more reasons to use Xcode 4!
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comment Use Goal0 Nomad 7m Solar Panel to charge MacBook Air?
Also, if you have time, this website may help you with your Goal0 endevours, too: pangea.stanford.edu/~schmitt/magsafe
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comment Use Goal0 Nomad 7m Solar Panel to charge MacBook Air?
Thanks for helping GZ, it's nice when a company cares that much (or at least its employees :). To clarify, you say that with the Airline Adapter I CAN power the MacBook Air, at least partially right? I don't really care about fully charging it as long as I can power it during like ~3 sunlight hours. You said you could do this with your larger panels, so could I accomplish this with the 7m or only the 13.5+? (product selling motivation aside ;) Also, would it charge if I used a 3rd party car adapter? Just curious, if it's really 6.5v why does it say <22v? Is that after it's transformed or what?
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comment Use Goal0 Nomad 7m Solar Panel to charge MacBook Air?
And I still respect my Solar Panel...
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comment Use Goal0 Nomad 7m Solar Panel to charge MacBook Air?
Thanks for the reply. I think calling myself an Electrical Engineer would be a bit of a stretch (as you can probably tell by now ;). On the other hand, Goal0 makes a 13.5W pannel (and many larger than that). I imagine you could use this to charge a more substantial battery (like a Hypermac or a Sherpa), which you could in turn use to charge the macbook. Some day I'm going to figure out a way to charge my Macbook Air dammit!
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comment Use Goal0 Nomad 7m Solar Panel to charge MacBook Air?
yeah I guess you're right ;) They're must be a typo on the product because while their website says 7 Watts, the back of my product has "~7 Amps" written on it... I probably should have noticed this when I first read 7 amps. That's enough electricity to send someone's heart into fibrillation.
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