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  1. chadwick

    FS: 17" PowerBook G4, 1.67 GHz, 2GB RAM, 100GB HDD

    I'm selling my 17" PowerBook that I bought new from Apple on February 13, 2005. It has been in heavy use since that time. The hardware configuration is: PowerBook 17" 1.67 GHz G4 (1400x900 resolution display, part # Z0BA) 100GB Ultra ATA drive @ 5400rpm 2GB DDR333 SDRAM - 2 SO-DIMMs 8x...
  2. chadwick

    Looks like Intel iMacs are shipping.

    At least mine did. :D Shipped out today, should be here on Tuesday. This is one of the Developer Transition Kit exchange program iMacs, but I don't think we'd necessarily get those before anyone who ordered an iMac...
  3. chadwick

    Pricing for used 17" PowerBook G4?

    I think it's time to sell my 17" PowerBook G4. It's got the 1.67GHz, 2GB Apple RAM, and 100GB and normal wear & tear for about 6 months of use. What would be an acceptable price to ask for when selling it? Thanks! :D
  4. chadwick

    Slow DNS response on Wireless

    My apologies if this has been covered already, but my search-fu is weak and I didn't really see it answered in another thread. Since upgrading to Tiger, my networking at home has been almost unusual. I finally traced it down to DNS lookups. Just about every-other DNS lookup will timeout. As...
  5. chadwick

    Diagram and Project Mgmt Software

    In the OS X universe, what packages are equivalent to Micorsoft Visio and Microsoft Project? I'm not necessarily looking for something that is compatible, but packages that can be used for the same purporses...
  6. chadwick

    Has anyone build FireFox from source?

    I'm trying to gather compile time statistics on various Mac hardware. The Macs I've had access to so far have both done it around ~90 minutes, but of course they have slow 4200 laptop drives, so I would expect that to be a worst case situation.
  7. chadwick

    FedEx just dropped off my Mac mini

    WooHoo. I like it when things show up early. :D
  8. chadwick

    iBook vs. PowerBook performance

    The "executive summary" question: how much real-world performance would I see going from a 1GHz G4 iBook to a 1.5GHz G4 PowerBook? The background: I "switched" my productivity machine from a high-end PC to this iBook a few months ago. I specifically went low-end in case this experiment...