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Join Date: Aug 2004
2004-08-31, 09:38

The Sensible OS Pricing Award to Apple Computer, for charging $129 for one copy of OS X Panther, but a very affordable $199 for a five-license family pack.,pg,2,00.asp
Hates the Infotainment
Join Date: May 2004
Location: NSA Archives
2004-08-31, 09:46


Go PC World. Is Longhorn in the Hall of Shame Vaporware category yet?
Antimatter Man
Join Date: May 2004
Location: that interweb thing
2004-08-31, 19:25

Does MS get title sponsorship of the Security/Stability OS Hall of Shame?
Do they win the award for most shipping bugs and known vulnerabilities?
Oh wait... it's PC World. Never mind.
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Join Date: May 2004
Location: Chicago
2004-09-01, 02:01

Originally Posted by Moogs

Go PC World. Is Longhorn in the Hall of Shame Vaporware category yet?
Longhorn is the hall of shame

I liked this:
Lose the tiny wires. Building a PC shouldn't require the steady hands of a grizzled FBI bomb squad veteran. A standardized block connector could easily replace those little wires that go from your case to the motherboard. Until then, remember: It's always the green wire.
Yeah, block connector...or a G5 would solve all those problems. Just another way Macs are better, always have been, always will be. Not only do they Just Work , they look better too, inside and out.
Observe exhibit A:

Screw block connectors, get a G5.

Come waste your time with me
Join Date: May 2004
Location: Minnesota
2004-09-01, 02:12

Actually, as far as I know Apple already uses a block connector for all the case headers - Power, reset, programmer's switch, and speaker, all connected in a single block that goes to the motherboard. I really wish PCs would do that. Having built a couple myself I have to say that is the most annoying part.
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