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[quote]Originally posted by yablaka: doggone! looks like it's going to be one cool app when I start to install; then it has to go and spoil it by wanting a valid user name and serial number to continue...
They should email it to you, it's free. My serial # was in my email as soon as the app finished downloading.
SparkME is pretty cool.
http://www.bingsoftware.com/ However, if you have an iMac, the internal modem is not voice capable.
My iMac is truly my digital hub. I seldom open my iBook--it's used to meet with clients and for presentations primarily. But my DVSE? Please, this machine is awesome. It serves it's purpose (see pscates' list) extremely well, and will for some time. However, I won't buy another one. I will buy entry-level Porfessional grade Macs from now on, just so I don't have to worry about upgrading as much. I'll be bummed when the iMac hits 1GHz, and I'm chugging along at...
[quote]Originally posted by torifile: ...a belt clip is too geeky. I know I wouldn't want one on my iPod.
Me either. A drop-in case would do, but I wouldn't want to walk around, sit, jog, or anything else with a $400 device dangling to my side.
[quote]Originally posted by jutus: I have the 8x smartdisk VST cd-rw that came with my powerbook G4, and it's pretty sweet. So nice to get power over the firewire port.
I placed my order for this drive today. To rebut EmAn's claim, speed is not the only issue. You have to also consider usage, space, style, cost, OS X support, etc... I chose the SmartDisk for the bus power, small size, style, and portability with my iBook. I had a QPS...
Make sure Internet Explorer is set as the default browser in your Internet Control Panel. There may be something in Outlook Express' preferences under 'File Helpers', that could need to be set to IE too.
iMovie has gone the route of most Apple products (iTunes, iDVD, FCP, iMac, iBook, etc.). It's was good at its inception, and nearly perfect after the second generation. All Apple can do now is make it faster, and work out whatever kinks still exist.
[quote]Originally posted by Mediaman: OOOH! I'm all dizzy and confused... :confused:
It's not that difficult: Outlook = Microsoft Exchange Email Client (Mac & Windows) Outlook Express = Free Email Client (Mac & Windows)
Also remove all peripherals--both internal and external. Add them back one by one to isolate the culprit. I had this problem with an iMac and this was Apple's troubleshooting process. It worked. BTW, it's not related to the battery, I don't think.
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