12 posts • joined Tuesday 11th December 2007 15:16 GMT
Turn a mini into an iMac
Interestingly, this ViewSonic monitor has the same panel as the new iMacs:
So a high end mini, Apple keyboard, mouse, this monitor and VAT will set you back £870.
Isn't that like Canadium but less boring?
A badly written support note and article
Mac users should worry about their Windows colleagues (it's a bit like having an injured puppy in the room) and have some sort of antivirus software running but ClamXAV is more than good enough and free.
I think it was more to pacify sysmans in mixed networks who can't bear the thought of not installing crap on computers to make them run slower and infuriate their users.
Solver for Mac
Umm, much as I hate Office for Mac, you seem to have not noticed the solver tool freely available for Office 2008 here: http://www.solver.com/mac/dwnmacsolver.htm
He was a British, not English
Calling Arthur an English king is like saying Cornwall is part of England.
Onen Hag Oll
would apple have just purchased a chip design company and pretty much said that they will be designing custom chips in house for low power devices?
See - http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/04/23/apple_pasemi/
Not broad enough
In our modern fast warfare scenarios, why do we still hang on to archaic divisions in the armed forces where all three operate aircraft, yet we have the RAF, etc.
Maybe the real saving could come with having just one armed force, that works together and has one set of equipment. We could then concentrate on always having the best for each job.
Buy a cheap contract phone and get an iPod touch. Then you get most of the benefits of the iPhone and a cheaper deal.