just wanted to say hello... i sadly, do not own a mac yet, but i will one day - one of those pretty powerbooks.. with the rainbowed titanium : sigh :<br><br>hope to get some hints and tips, and some insights perhaps on the great world of apple heehee :)<br>cheers!<br>rosie<br><br>'I love my brother, but not as much as a Pot Noodle.' ~Noel Gallagher
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welcome to you both, you both sound like lovely poeple and please accept my apologies for sounding to be a much nastier person than I really am but lets face it I have to be a realist and I have to keep the native birds alive...(I promise I will not talk cats anymore) by the way I like your choice of new computer Rosie.<br><br>..
rosie,<br><br>welcome, sad that you don't own a mac... you could easily find a plethora of older ibooks to get you through until you pony up for that Powerbook on ebay if you're really hurting for one...<br><br>Used to be at that other Mac website... like it here now.
"In the old days, you'd finish a day's work and announce, 'I'm done.' Nobody ever does that now. There's never enough time." -- Elliott Masie
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