Nice job, Paul. Did you create it in RT Office?
Just what we need from Microsoft, more LIP service.
(hey, someone had to.)
And what, no Esperanto or Klingon? Come on! ;)
> What we see here are two non-touch notebook PCs with an average selling price of under $460,
I only see one. The other is $549.
> I’m thinking the whole thing will be about 25 pages when.
Ah, the Amiga. What a great machine it was.
To me, the problem there was not that anybody noticed, but priced to high compared with other micros at the time.
Arem't any worse than the big 'ole ads the Supersite greets you with.
Um, what does a guitar amp have to do with Data Sense?
> (Actually, the typical lurker probably weighs 300 pounds and still lives in his
> parent’s basement, but whatever.)
LOL! Reminds me of an Animaniac segment I saw once. That...
For me (and a lot of others, it seems) the big problem with v11 is the inability to search devices like you could in previous versions; it seems you can only search items in your Library. That...
> I prefer to keep my PCs clear of entertainment content and use them for work