I have come forth to sixfthed the motion.
Hey, Spamsandwich, can you make the motion AND thirdthed the motion? Isn't that against Robert's Rules or something? Oh, h_ll, we can just make up the rules as we go along. Language, too.
This edition of WWDC keynote bingo presented some challenges. In the past, there's been more than enough rumor and unfounded hype to fill the board. This year, the near certainty of the 3G iPhone combined with the absence of any remotely credible reports of other exciting announcements has made square selection a struggle.
I have the HDD's and the flash drives. I don't need to buy them. I don't want to buy a DVD drive as I intend to buy a new Mac some time this year. Even if it only has a combo drive, that'll be okay.
I really don't intend on installing Tiger often. Recently, I had a slowdown to a snail's pace and Lundy suggested I re-install. That worked. I'm just leery that it'll happen again and I hate to keep borrowing the DVD drive.
In the June issue of MacWorld, it was...
I don't have a DVD drive in my old 800 G4 Tower, so I have to borrow an external one if I have to re-install Tiger.
If I copy my Tiger DVD installation disks to an external HDD or a Flash Drive or an internal HDD (a secondary HDD), would I be able to re-install from one of those drives? Would there be a problem?
About how much space would I need?
I don't understand why some Mac users want MS to fail either. As you said, competition is good for business. But I DON'T want Mac OS to become the new world standard either. Right now, MS is the target for all the hackers and other malicious a__holes. Having Mac OS become the world standard would NOT bring anything to the table for users except a lot of malware.
Not Felton. She's too old by now. Maybe Nicole Kidman.
When I bought my first Mac in 'O2, the Apple Online Site was free with a Mac purchase. I can't recall the name of the site. Maybe this new site will tie into a Mac purchase. Sorry - No - Jobs needs the extra income. Poor guy.