Originally posted by JavaCowboy
I can't answer your question, but you bring up an interesting point.
Does Apple (or anyone else) have the power to disable my iTunes music at a whim?
If so, then it means that the buyer...
Originally posted by Thereubster
Does anyone know if the Mac Mini has a switching power supply? I am asking a friend to buy me one in the US soon to bring back to NZ, where we have 240v. Will it work or fry?
I believe you'll...
Originally posted by GBJERRY
I use my power book on the road now and then. I have been able to use an ISP provided number to access my email and the internet without hitch.
It has suddenly decided not to work. ...
Originally posted by UNC Nick
Mostly, I'll be using the laptop for portability, internet, email, iTunes, and a few business productivity things.
Get a PowerBook or an iBook. The new PowerBooks are great, with little extras...
If you are paying $1000+ anyway, it would be wiser to buy an iMac. The only advantage of the Mac mini is that you can choose your monitor.
It is very easy to add memory in the iMac, even you can do it. It comes with detailed...
Originally posted by snoopy
It's a good spoof of a clueless PC enthusiast. I hope this poor fellow doesn't hear from too many who took him seriously.
I found the article very funny.
I believe the writers at divisiontwo...
Originally posted by hmurchison
I still can't get the Quantrix Modeler out of my mind. It functions like a spreadsheet should.
Looks very much like a further development of Improv
Lotus Improv for NeXTStep