What do you learn from this forum ?

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in General Discussion edited January 2014
This last times , they where not many bigs news and poll in the Future hardware forum. AppleOutsider, seems to become a more and more popular place. It's an animated place, with hard discussion and fun too.



What does it bring to you , the frequentation of this forum ?
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  • Reply 1 of 22
    hmurchisonhmurchison Posts: 12,268member
    I learn how other people think. People from different Countries or States. People who are of a different age. It's exciting. I may disagree with people but it's never personal even though sharp words may be tossed about. We all are driven by a common interest and that is Macintosh Computers but there are many other commonalities that we find by discussing things in Apple Outsider.
  • Reply 2 of 22
    groveratgroverat Posts: 10,872member
    I come here because Macs are boring.
  • Reply 3 of 22
    hmurchisonhmurchison Posts: 12,268member
    [quote] I come here because Macs are boring. <hr></blockquote>



    Currently right now most computers are kind of boring. I know things have been boring when people are discusing things like Bus Speeds and clock speed. The fun times are when computers allow you to do something that you could not do previously(low cost).
  • Reply 4 of 22
    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,123member
    [quote]Originally posted by groverat:

    <strong>I come here because Macs are boring. </strong><hr></blockquote>



    True ! when you own a Mac you cannot say to your PC friend that "mine is bigger than your"
  • Reply 5 of 22
    timotimo Posts: 353member
    I come here for your sentence syntax, powerdoc. OK also to learn something. Perhaps about Le Pen, or your sentence syntax...



    --Timo, who's French is shamefully bad...
  • Reply 6 of 22
    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,123member
    [quote]Originally posted by Timo:

    <strong>I come here for your sentence syntax, powerdoc. OK also to learn something. Perhaps about Le Pen, or your sentence syntax...



    --Timo, who's French is shamefully bad...</strong><hr></blockquote>



    Thanks Timo, but you have to correct my syntax, because i am agnosognosic ( a medical term meaning that i am ignoring my illness)
  • Reply 7 of 22
    timotimo Posts: 353member
    Not to correct, to enjoy. For whatever reason, I like hearing the French-to-English in your English ... I like that. I know, however, that the English-to-French in my French is particularly grating to French ears ? it's like the whole country has a rule that if you can't say it perfectly you're not allowed to speak at all.



    Or is that just Parisians...anyway, I enjoy speaking nonetheless...
  • Reply 8 of 22
    [quote]What do you learn from this forum ?<hr></blockquote>Hopefully to post in the right forum, doc



    - T.I.
  • Reply 9 of 22
    [quote]Originally posted by Timo:

    <strong>Not to correct, to enjoy.</strong><hr></blockquote>Unless it concerns a post by Anders



    - T.I.
  • Reply 10 of 22
    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,123member
    [quote]Originally posted by The Installer:

    <strong>Hopefully to post in the right forum, doc



    - T.I.</strong><hr></blockquote>



    Promise i will not worry you anymore with my little nasty remarks : they are mods for that job !
  • Reply 11 of 22
    [quote]Originally posted by powerdoc:

    <strong>



    ...they are mods for that job ! </strong><hr></blockquote>L O L



    - T.I.
  • Reply 12 of 22
    casecomcasecom Posts: 314member
    [quote]Originally posted by Timo:

    <strong>--Timo, who's French is shamefully bad...</strong><hr></blockquote>



    ... and "who's" English sometimes ain't so great neither
  • Reply 13 of 22
    timotimo Posts: 353member
    "Why I ougta..."



    Don't you have some shoveling to do?
  • Reply 13 of 22
    newnew Posts: 3,244member
    The great thing about AI is that its an invisible community, streaching across borders, continents, belifs and ethnicity. With only one thing in common; a fruity company, that we just might be atracted to because it shows us that there are more than one way of doing things...



    now wasn't that deep... hehe
  • Reply 15 of 22
    tigerwoods99tigerwoods99 Posts: 2,633member
    I learn that you can't judge a book by its cover.
  • Reply 16 of 22
    jrcjrc Posts: 805member
    I've learned that most people here are liberals.
  • Reply 17 of 22
    splinemodelsplinemodel Posts: 7,311member
    [quote]Originally posted by JRC:

    <strong>I've learned that most people here are liberals.</strong><hr></blockquote>



    I've learned that JRC doesn't know what he's talking about.



    AppleOutsider is particularly conservative/libertarian dense.
  • Reply 18 of 22
    noahjnoahj Posts: 4,502member
    I've learned that many people here think they know a lot more than they actually do...



    Many think they know less than they actually do...



    And many know what they know and don't post unless it is appropriate...



    You can sort out who is who on your own.
  • Reply 19 of 22
    How to say "nice doggie" until I can find a rock.
  • Reply 20 of 22
    jrcjrc Posts: 805member
    [quote]Originally posted by Splinemodel:

    <strong>



    I've learned that JRC doesn't know what he's talking about.



    AppleOutsider is particularly conservative/libertarian dense.</strong><hr></blockquote>



    Most people on this forum are NOT liberals, then?



    You tell me.
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