My sister is now the proud owner of an 800MHz, Superdrive iMac! All it took was a couple of years of ridiculing her PCs, demonstrations of iPhoto, iTunes, etc. and me doing the actual ordering (not paying, though).<br><br>One more sister and a couple of parents to go and then I can start working on the rest of the world.<br><br>I think Apple should send me a new iPod for each switcher I hand them <br><br>
Thats super great.<br>My sister who I talked into a Mac - old Performa but new at the time, still has it and loves it.<br><br>Her hubbie whos brother is a PC geek got their kids PCs for kiddie games. BTW the amount of troubles that they have had with the PCs - she loves the Mac even more.<br><br>
Loc: North Carolina
My daughter is/was a pc geek until I installed Jag and now I can't get off my Mac...someone may have to get a new Mac for Christmas!<br><br><br>"The day people stop bringing you their problems is the day you have stopped leading them." Colin Powell
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