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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... 

Living Room / BumpTop
« on: June 22, 2006, 05:38 AM »
In case anyone missed this on LifeHacker yesterday, it's well-worth a look:

And then there's the hip-hop version!:

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.

If the machines are running WinXP, you might consider using Microsoft's Shared Computer Toolkit (, 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.

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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