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Great post, as always, nagromme. To many switchers insist that the green "zoom" button should be "maximize". Unfortunately, what may make sense on a 13" laptop screen can be ludicrous on a 30" monitor.This. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
You do know you can turn off the ribbon in Office 2011? That it's completely optional? Or that Office 2010 (for Windows) users don't get that choice.
Especially since part of the "smarts" of Thunderbolt are built into both ends of the cables.I'm waiting to see if OWC makes a Thunderbolt miniStack for the new Mac mini with an optical drive and 3.5" HDD storage...
They had me at "versions". You guys can futz with iWork all you want but I need 100% Office compatibility as that's the only way I can have a Windows-free household.
Google built Java?
Paired with one of the new Thunderbolt Cinema Displays as a home docking station and maybe a MacBook Air SuperDrive for importing disks and you are golden.I'm wondering if OWC will build a custom miniStack unit with both an optical disk and room for a 3.5" desktop HDD...
Unlawful? Are you even aware that the intellectual property clause is enshrined in the main body of the US Constitution?
I wonder how Google would feel about "sharing" their patented search and indexing algorithms?
Pretty interesting thread at MR where 2011 MBA owners are comparing what memory (and display) came with various models here: MacRumors.com - 2011 Mba Owners, share your ssd model and display model here
So... The non-removable batteries aren't so bad after all?
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