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An audio interface for you home entertainment system, that connected to you mac via Airport and played MP3's in the Mac's iTunes library, from the Mac'd hard drive. It could be really cheap, maybe $199. I guess iPod's cool too.
Now...I'll begin by saying that I do not have Airport, but I read somewhere that you had to configure the SBW in OS9 and then it'll work in OSX. [Normally, I do not respond if I have no first-hand knowledge, but you sounded so needy. I'll bet you'll get a definitive answer in the Apple Discussions forum on Airport.] [ 11-16-2001: Message edited by: gordy ]

I'm not at my Mac right now, but GC is AppleScriptable. You should be able to see what commands are scriptable by opening the Script Editor, selecting File : Open Dictionary, and selecting GraphicConvertor from the list of apps. [ 11-16-2001: Message edited by: gordy ]

I typically buy a new Mac every 2 years, alternating between desktop and laptops. I bought my iBook a few months ago. However, I'm really anxious to start on DVD's, so I may buy a G4/5 in the next 12 months.
[Okay, now that I am 'educated' on this topic...] MP3Pro is backwards compatible, so why wouldn't iPod--or any other Hardware/Software MP3 Player already support the format? I just downloaded one from MP3.com, and it played okay. [ 11-15-2001: Message edited by: gordy ]

I haven't heard of mp3pro, where can I read more about this format? EDIT: Just in case someone else here was as lost as I was in AI's absence, here is more info: http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,5083015,00.html [ 11-15-2001: Message edited by: gordy ]

I smell a bundle coming from PC Warehouse and Outpost.com... iPod, Firewire Card and XPod for $450.
Well, I think it's good for Apple, because it pushes FireWire. People will have to buy FW cards just to use iPod, or demand that their new machines have FireWire. However, it is a little irritating because the iPod isn't Mac-only anymore--but hey, we all knew someone was gonna make an app for Windoze users.
Damn Fran, you have 152 posts already?
I always buy Nintendo consoles when they come out, and end up giving them away. So, I'll buy the GameCube, then I'll remember that I'm not a gamer, and give it to one of my nephews for Christmas. I wholeheartedly agree with the notion that Nintendo is the Apple of game consoles, because they handle both hardware and software.
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