|Nov 8, 2003, 09:19 PM||#3|
Is it posted only in streaming form? It would be nice if the school could keep a local copy of it and not depend on bandwidth to stream it from the Internet every time. I know that, if necessary, they can buy a copy from the Software & Information Industry Assocation, but if it's legal to download a copy, that would be nicer.
Of course, we Mac users have long since left floppy disks behind, right? "Don't copy that floppy" makes a nice rhyme, but the slogan is out of date. They need something more up to date, like "You got that softWHERE?"
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|Nov 9, 2003, 09:21 PM||#5|
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