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I love this article on Mac vs PC. Click on the link below to download the PDF. http://homepage.mac.com/mac_vs_pc/MACvsPCCombined.pdf Other cool links on Mac vs PC: http://homepage.mac.com/mac_vs_pc/Intro.html
This is interesting. I don't think the photo got inverted. If you look at the type alignment right behind the ethernet. It is of left alignment. If you were to invert the photo, it would be of right alignment. I have only seen this align on the left or center.
Need some help here. I am using iMovie 2.1.1. I have just finished a project on iMovie. However, I am unable to export my finished project. I have a Sony PD-150 MiniDV. When I select export to camera, camera starts and tape runs, but does not record anything. Have no problem with importing any video from the camera, just will not export. Also tried to export to Quicktime, get the following error message "Error in System Operations -2014". Will get this on any format that...
Since you can plug a monitor into the VGA Video Port on the back of the new iMac (which Apple says it support video mirroring at resolution up to 1,024 by 768). Do you think anybody would try to disassemble the new iMac to remove the monitor and just use the VGA Video Port with a different monitor? At $1799 you get 800 MHz G4, SuperDrive, 60 GB Hard Drive, 256 MB of memory. Would seem like still a deal even if you removed the monitor and used the VGA Video Port?
1. QuarkXPress 2. Eudora 3. Internet Explorer 4. iTunes 5. Photoshop 6. FreeHand 7. Acrobat 8. Illustrator 9. EditDV 10. iMovie
With the new iMac you get iTunes 2, iMovie 2, iPhoto, iTools, iDVD 2 (on SuperDrive-equipped systems only), QuickTime, AppleWorks 6, Mail, Microsoft Internet Explorer, AOL, Quicken 2002 Deluxe, World Book Mac OS X Edition, Otto Matic (3D Game), Mac OS X Chess, PCalc, Acrobat Reader and FAXstf 10.0 Preview. [ 01-10-2002: Message edited by: High On Mac ]

Ok, I guess we can delete this thread.
Check out the below link to IBM website. http://www.research.ibm.com/journal/rd43-56.html Not sure what it is though. [ 01-07-2002: Message edited by: High On Mac ]

Could anybody tell me if the base, arm, and monitor are all one piece? Or can you snap them apart or something? It would seem rather clumsy to unscrew the bottom of the base to add memory or air port with monitor still attached. Also, it would be cool if it could snap apart for traveling and such. Could someone tell me if it is all one piece or can it come apart?
Could anybody tell me if the base, arm, and monitor are all one piece? Or can you snap them apart or something? It would seem rather clumsy to unscrew the bottom of the base to add memory or air port with monitor still attached. Also, it would be cool if it could snap apart for traveling and such. Could someone tell me if it is all one piece or can it come apart?
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