Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Apple extends .Mac sign-up deadline <br>By Ian Fried <br>Staff Writer CNET News.com<br>September 27, 2002, 3:39 PM PT<br><br><br>Mac users who have not converted their free iTools accounts to paid .Mac subscriptions have a little more time to consider whether to make the switch. <br><br>Apple Computer said Friday it is extending the deadline until Oct. 14 for users of the free e-mail, Web hosting and online storage service to subscribe to Apple's new .Mac service, which was launched in July. Initially, iTools users were given until the end of the day Sept. 30 to pay a discounted annual fee of $49.95 or lose their iTools account, including all information stored in their e-mail, files stored online and Web pages they had created using Apple's HomePage feature. <br>http://news.com.com/2100-1040-959984.html<br><br>Cheers, iRock<br>There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and [Unix] BSD. We don't believe this to be a coincidence.<br>Jeremy S. Anderson
#15644 - 10/01/0201:00 AMRe: Did we miss this .mac info?
the free email server i'm using has as much storage as .mac.<br>you can get free homepages in alot of places.<br>who needs virex? we are mac.<br>actually idisk is quite useful...<br>but it shouldn't be 100 dollars next year. that means $190 in our currency.. too expensive<br><br>rakka<br><br> Great Day!
Excuse me? You live in Australia and you claim not to know what an Ocker is? Shame on you.<br><br>It's a Dinkie-Die, true-blue Aussie, Sport. Jus' wait'l TreeBeard hears about this R_D. You'll be in it deeper than an outback out-house!<br><br>
#15649 - 10/01/0201:37 AMRe: Did we miss this .mac info?
hi<br>i remember you calling me a ocker. i never heard of a dinkie die, and not all of us is interested in sport, i am only a little, and we are not blue, though some people use that term here... but, no, i do not know most of those names, i think they were used in the early 90's or something..<br>and have a nice day<br>hi<br><br><br><br>rakka<br><br> Great Day!
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Hehe MachOne, I think he just implied you are 'old'.<br><br>Cheers, iRock<br>There are two major products that come out of Berkeley: LSD and [Unix] BSD. We don't believe this to be a coincidence.<br>Jeremy S. Anderson
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