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  • Quote: Originally posted by NEMESIS Thanks for the heads up. I am taking ICS 21 , Discrete Math, and Writing. I will definetly do my homework. I have little programing experience, i know BASIC and some cheap web markup languages. ICS is a school…
  • Quote: Originally posted by Leonis We better see this chip in the PowerMac NEXT YEAR or I will be getting a DELL CONFIRMED: I just ordered a dual 10Ghz PowerMac, it's supposed to ship tomorrow, but that's a different story.....
  • 1600x1200 is too big for me. I bought the Viewsonic VX900 for $700 at best buy. 1280x1024 at 75Hz. Very good for everything I use it for. However, I don't use it to make my living as I am student and dabble in lots of things. You should go to an ele…
  • In '99 I got an Asante FriendlyNet Router that has been on for all these years without a hitch. I also installed an SMC Barricade7008 ABR router that has been up for 2 years (barring power outtages and such). I was looking at the features of the new…
  • Quote: Originally posted by iPeon The only virus I've seen that has affected the Mac is one called Microsoft. tru dat
  • Let him buy a PC and when he realizes that the software isn't as good as on the Mac side, then he'll understand what you were trying to tell him. Sometimes you need to let people make their own mistakes.
  • Quote: Originally posted by Gizzmonic Let me guess...you're from the "I spent $4k on my home theater setup-there must be a difference!" school of design. Shetline's right, and there is a difference in sound to a point between higher end syste…
  • just be happy it's not MS
  • Quote: Originally posted by [email protected] You bet they do... the power buttons have pulsed for a long while and there is no reason to change it now. I can remember Cubes and B&Ws pulsing... [email protected] B&Ws don't pulse, unless I have an anomaly …
  • they could just glue handles on a desktop and tape an lcd to it, I would buy it.....NOT.
  • Quote: Originally posted by hmurchison A small Dolby Digtal amp would allow you to run any speakers you want. Toslink gives you easy hookup and plenty of options. That's exactly what I have. I think it's way better than getting a system j…
  • fibre channel is just a protocol, it still uses normal (albeit expensive) drives to connect to the switching fabric
  • apple juice
  • I agree, I really like my el cap case with the hinged door. But who really needs room for 2 optical drives anyway? There may be a possibility that a small percentage of peope do, but I think this case may not look as nice as my el cap, but it is ver…
  • Quote: Originally posted by gnanda I think it is too Fat, Large. Overweight. It is not sleak. I am sure they cut a lot of corners on the design to make it cheap. Further more....I thought this was the "Year of the notebook." 90% of …
  • All those holes better make it quiet. The different temperature zones are pure genius. I am very happy with the internals. The outside is OK, but I don't buy computers because they look pretty on the outside, I want the guts. I really wish they went…
  • How will he also take it that Apple now owns the fastest personal computer. Face it, these prices are not bad for what we get. There's so many features that I want to cry. I'm obviously upgrading, but to which one, I don't know.
  • There better be a new powermac tomorrow, they can call it whatever they want. G4pi, G^2 I don't care, all I know is I want one. And if they don't announce anything super insanely sweet and radical then I'll poop my pants and in the words of Ace Vent…
  • Could it be that someone actually ordered this 'mishap' to occur? It would surely increase hype like an atom bomb. I'll bet it was part a cleverly designed strategy, but only time will tell.
  • This is not really that amusing.....