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Old Jan 23, 2004, 10:39 PM   #1
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Link: The power of the Mac community : Today, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the best computing platform in the world : the Mac. But we also celebrate the anniversary of a community that is very dear to my heart... Mac, UNIX, Linux and Windows users, everyone's invited

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Old Jan 23, 2004, 11:50 PM   #2
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arnt we a free thinking bunch lol.. i like Macs because they do just work with everything. everything but my Swan webcam... other than that all is good like this blog says. i share with pcs linux and other goodies.. and i help people best i can ..

Thankyou apple for making my life complete..
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even though I Dont actually own one yet but work on one everyday, Happy Birthday Apple!
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Happy birthday Mac. 1 more year and it will be able to drink (and then crash and refuse to wake up from sleep)
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Jan 24 is my b-day too and I wanted a Mac when they first came out and I 14.
Could not afford it so I bought an Atari 1040st with some emulation I was able to bring up a color Apple display.

Now I own three Macs and for my Birthday this year its time to get a Dual G5(waiting for Monday if they announce the 90nm rev).

The Mac was ahead of its time then and it still is now. MOTO 68000 was 16/32 in a world of 8bit home computers. Now its IBM PPC970 64bits.

I wonder what the next 20 will bring?
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