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I don't remember it, but it sure is long. That wouldn't fly with today's audiences.<br><br>Once I saw that blue and white hockey puck my right hand went into a spasm and I accidentally closed the window.<br><br>
I thought it interesting that the hid that puck of a mouse pretty quickly.<br><br>Actually, I think 28 minutes is pretty quick for the PC guy.<br><br>Whan i hooked up to highspeed internet with Cox 3 or four years back. The book that came from Cox showed 14 steps to hooking a Windows XP unit to the internet including the last step of "click accept". where as the Mac took 4 steps including "clikc to accept".<br><br>dave<br><br><br>
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