I think I saw a reference to it on either Apple Turns or MacNN just before it began. Probably the latter. I've been coming back ever since. It is in my opinion the BEST and quickest resource for Mac related, and other (important) computer industry news.<br><br>
I was just trying to remember that a few weeks ago -- I can't even recall. I do remember I had just purchased the PB and I think someone told me about MacMinute. I will hazard a guess and say it was someone at the Salem, NH store.<br><br>I lurked for about two weeks before I dove in -- it was when Mike talked about his new (then) purchased 12 inch powerbook. I couldn't resist...<br><br>
Well, its kinda by luck. Noone told me about it and never knew it existed. Since Im the only mac user at work and my own technician at the same time, I wanted to find a few sites that kept me up to date with mac related news. So I did a yahoo search and found MacMinute. I started reading the mac minute news every day. Then I had some OSX problems so I posted on the OSx forum a few posts. Then I got bored at work so I thaught you guys were really cool and started posting more and more and became hooked. Thats my life story! <br><br>___________________________________________<br>I'm just another Mac user at an 8 hour day Dilbert style cubicle job....<br>
_________________________________________ "The United States is by far the largest exporter of weapons in the world, selling more weapons than the next 14 countries combined."
I was at MacNN too during that time. One of the old admins here, uh...began with an M but I can't recall his name used to be an admin over there so I checked this place out.<br><br>Course that was back in the day when Stan posted a lot more too..and it was pretty quiet after awhile...which isn't too bad somedays.<br><br>
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