Originally posted by Jwink3101
Don't listen to the nay-sayers.
I personally love the magic bullet. Because of its small cup, it grinds really well. Also, if you make a smoothie with milk, it is better because when you fill...
Originally posted by the cool gut
I don't believe he bought a "good" blender though. That's what I meant - if he was going to buy something cheaply made - go to Walmart.
Exactly. I am not expecting this thing to...
I never thought I did but I bought into an infomercial I never for once thought I would be sucked into one but I will admit, the offer was to good to be true. Anyone else think I'm crazy?
The Magic Bullet
I am not condoning...
But keep in mind we still have not seen any real world software writen for Mac OS X on Intel hardware yet. I know this is a hardware debate but it will be interesting to see what kind of optimizations the OS will make to the hardware.
Originally posted by lanky_nathan
particularly interesting is this bit:
"Smith said that the tools will contain the same feature set that Intel now provides for...
Anyone remember the AIM alliance? Apple/IBM/Motorola? Now it just seems like it's an IBM chip rather than an alliance since all Apple did was invest in the plant in New York. I don't think we will see a change except the fact it will say...