I've been surfing all sorts of forums tonight, and boy am I glad that we don't get into the PC vs. Mac thing here (at least not often). So much silliness, so little time!<br><br>I also read the article over at MC about Quark vs. InDesign, and saw that it depended heavily on experiences that Alec (Mississauga) and Steve (steveg) have had with InDesign. Very interesting stuff.<br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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here here!<br><br>I recently switched from PC's to Macs. It started with the iMac, when in came out in SFMW I bought it the first day out of curiosity. We (my wife and I) did so many fun things with it, we sold our PC's and bought a PowerMac with Cinema display and the iBook. I still use a PC everyday (my job is a computer programmer on the Windows platform) but the Macs are just plain more fun to use and play with.<br><br>ps. working on figuring out the streaming stuff for another web cam party. Haven't had time to read the documentation, but should be fun to try to get more than 5 live webcam feeds going.<br><br>
Wow, brutal.<br><br>I wouldn't sweat it, though- seems like a bunch of surly teenagers posting in there anyway...All of whom probably NEED to play UT to get all their Windows frustrations out on the world..<br><br>I kinda resent those blasts against the 'switcher' ads. It's not about people that are 'too stupid' to use a PC, it's about people who were smart enough to make the decision to not put up with all of Windows' problems!<br><br>Of course, when you're talking about a games forum, you're probably always going to lose that Mac argument....<br><br>Don't worry, though, UT is too popular NOT publish to the Mac...<br><br>[color:red]Hold on...it's time for a</font color=red><br>
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