I mean, c'mon.
Quicksilver G4 733mhz ? OSX 10.2.4 ? 640mb ram ? 120 GB total HD space ? 19" LaCie Monitor ? Wacom Intuos Tablet ? Agfa Snapscan ? Canon BjC-2100 Printer ? Sony Digital 8 Camcorder ? Fuij FinePix Camera
Let's make a ZX-81 forum too. And add a ZX-80 forum, that would be useful. And what about a ZX Spectrum or Amiga forum
My ideas about making a Mac mod/overclocking forum is rejected in 5 minutes, the answer is "that is what the search option is for". Yeah, this is really logical.
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I think a forum sticking to just AppleScript Studio would rule, that way it keeps out all the other cooca/carbon stuff. Of course, then the REALbasic users would demand their own forum.
But I agree, this forum is probably useless. It doesn't seem to be very active.
DUMB forum. Sorry, but it is. The most I can say is, yes, we have a few Apple IIs kicking around in our science room. OK, I've now said everything of any importance in this entire forum. Now, this forum has no point. We've now answered the question "Did you own/use an Apple II?" so now there's no point.
i agree 2, btw.
Does anyone have some old apple II's, big target stickers, and high powered rifle's they'd like to donate to this forum ? - perhaps we could have a g4 vs apple II shootout. I bags the green screen. First, we could shoot the apple II's, and then, we could put the target stickers on the creators of this forum and make them run 'round a bit. yeeehaa!
Fujitsu Parallel Tasking Quantum Supercomputer, 2048 processors (in this universe alone!), 2Tb Ram, Infinitely Expandable Neural Networking Gigaplane Solid State Storage Device, and enough network capacity to download all the pirated porn dvd's in singapore in the blink of an eye.
- And that's just for games, you should see my 'serious' system.
Mac Pro Xeon 4x2.66 GHz | OS X 10.4.7, WinXP | 3 GB RAM | 250 GB HD | 250 GB HD | 300 GB HD
MacBook Core Duo 2.0 GHz | OS X 10.4.7 | 1 GB RAM | 80 GB HD
Mac mini Core Solo 1.5 GHz | OS X 10.4.7 and Windows XP SP2 | 512 MB RAM | 60 GB HD | 400 GB HD
Pentium 4 3.06 GHz | Windows XP SP2 and OS X 10.4.3 | 1.5 GB RAM | 100 and 120 GB HD