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Discussion in 'MacBytes.com News Discussion' started by MacBytes, Oct 8, 2006.

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    I think it's spam.

    Lol. This is the first spam I've seen in this section. :D
     
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    Technically it's a "deal" rather than spam because it's user-submitted rather than company-submitted.
     
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    Why is it a good deal again? Who even uses "CD-ROM" drives in this day and age? :confused:
     
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    Clicking the link sent me to digg.com. Such a shame to see this kind of advertising infiltrate these forums... :(
     
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    Interesting to see what passes for "news" these days.
     
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    We've had plenty of "deals" in the past, it's not a new concept :)

    I personally wouldn't have approved this one :p, but I can see why it was done.
     
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    Hey, some people might actually get a good deal out of this.

    At least it's a) relevant and b) properly titled, so people know exactly what it is and aren't clicking it expecting a news item.

    It's not like there's thousands to leaf through to find news.

    Ollie
     
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    128 Meg Sticks! That means I can fit a gig of ram in my computer! Who would ever use a gig of ram!? That's insanity! And I can fill up every one of my DIMM slots for only 80$ which is the cost of a single 1 GB DIMM! I'll look so cool with all my DIMM slots filled out.
     
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    This should never have made it past the Submit screening.
     

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