#3171 - 01/02/0206:16 PMRe: You Gotta Check This Out
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Over at the AppleInsider forums people are soiling themselves.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Love it!<br><br>I may have to steal another one from you CaseCom. <br><br>128k_Mac<br><br>"The box said 'Requires Windows XP or better' so I bought a Macintosh." - Anonymous
#3174 - 01/03/0211:47 AMRe: You Gotta Check This Out
Noticed the change. Will be interested to see what their advertising people come up with next. <br><br>I personally like the new approach, sort of a out rumor the rumor sites tactic. I notice there are a lot of fires burning.<br><br>But I tend to agree more with MacGuru's idea than merely a warp drive.<br><br>I'm guessing a time machine with a large capacity , say 100 Windoze users, and will be set by default to take them back to 1435. Reusuable. Desktop, not portable, though.<br><br>Was 1435 one of the years of the Black Death? <br><br>128k_Mac<br><br>"The box said 'Requires Windows XP or better' so I bought a Macintosh." - Anonymous
#3176 - 01/03/0205:34 PMRe: You Gotta Check This Out
C'mon, CaseCom, you need to have more imagination than that!<br><br>But let's assume there are such temporal limits as batteries in the new iTime MacMachine.<br><br>What would be the limit into the future a time voyager could take?<br><br><br><br>128k_Mac<br><br>"The box said 'Requires Windows XP or better' so I bought a Macintosh." - Anonymous
I like the time machine idea, but we all know what a temporal discontinuity could do--next thing you know, the whole universe would function like windozes <br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear
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Well if you take todays litteraly: "To go where no PC has gone before", it could just be a Mac with a warp drive (star trek reference) Or maybe including yesterdays ideas a Time machine Mac with a warp Drive.<br><br>
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#3179 - 01/04/0202:38 AMRe: You Gotta Check This Out
Definitely an iTime MacMachine. None of this gibberish about a temporal discontinuity resulting in a world which functions (oxymoron?) like windoze.<br><br>Clearly out of this world with the Star Trek allusion. If there's a Star Trek metaphor Saturday that will cinch it. <br><br>(Beats the heck out of a mundane iWalk anyday!) <br><br>iWalk<br><br><br><br><br>128k_Mac<br><br>"The box said 'Requires Windows XP or better' so I bought a Macintosh." - Anonymous
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