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Living Room / Re: I've bought a Mac
« on: June 28, 2006, 11:25 AM »
So my Mac finally arrived yesterday, and it's wonderful.  I've never had an easier Windows-Windows transition between two computers than I experienced in moving my life across to this machine.  of course, using the bat! for email made this a lot easier... 

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Living Room / BumpTop
« on: June 22, 2006, 05:38 AM »
In case anyone missed this on LifeHacker yesterday, it's well-worth a look: http://lifehacker.com/software/desktop/bumptop-desktop-emulates-physical-documents-182465.php

And then there's the hip-hop version!: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUVpSY4eBCc

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Living Room / I've bought a Mac
« on: June 16, 2006, 10:27 AM »
Some people aren't going to like this...  I've bought a Mac.  I've always wanted one, but never been able to afford it.  Now I've ordered a white 2ghz Macbook, and dang I wish it were here already!

I hope people won't be offended by my doing this, but I need to raise some money to pay for this new machine - if this kind of posting isn't on, dear Mouser and other Moderators, please delete it.  Over the last year or so, I've bought a whole lot of really good software, which I now no longer have a use for (I'm selling my Windows machine to a friend, and while I likely will run XP on my Mac, I will do all the things these programs do from within OS X).  So I'm wondering if anyone is interested in buying some software from me?

Here's the list of what I have:

* Microsoft Office 2003 Student and Teacher edition (original packaged, holographed CD included - licensed for installation on three computers) - UK only, as I will mail you the CD: £65
* Look 'n' Stop firewall: £15
* Roboform Pro: £15
* WindowBlinds 5: £10
* Acronis TrueImage 9: £20
* Genie Backup Manager Pro 6: £25

If you're interested in any of these, please p.m. me.

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If the machines are running WinXP, you might consider using Microsoft's Shared Computer Toolkit (http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/sharedaccess/default.mspx), which is designed for the kind of environment you describe.  This doesn't answer your question exactly, but it might provide a way of not needing to reinstall so often.

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General Software Discussion / Re: Flashget is now freeware
« on: June 07, 2006, 02:02 PM »
I found this second entry on Wikipedia, which reads: 'Note: In version 1.72, the Cydoor ads removed.'

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