The PC switch at my school is continuing to fail. Last week the power went out where they have the servers. Apparently they do not have battery backups, because for two days no one could log onto their account. For another 2 days none of the printers worked. All the computers in the Middle, High School, and BOE were out. At my school that includes the Office's computers, the teacher's computers, the media center, the graphic design/av lab, the yearbook/acounting lab, the engineering lab, and the electronics lab. Not to mention the mini labs in all of the science teachers room and in our ecology center. It makes me laugh. I take Graphic Design we use PCs. The teacher also teachers Audio/Visual. The other day I went to work on a project during a study hall. The teacher had an A/V class at the time. They were using movie maker to make a movie. Everyone's computer froze at least 4 times (2.8GHz HP desktops w/512mb RAM). (The advanced A/V class uses adobe premiere) My Graphic Design teacher is so bad. He puts Mac down all the time and he has no idea what he is talking about. He says macintosh cannot read all formats of music and cannot read GIF files. We also had to read an article about CD-ROMs and make a PowerPoint of how CDs are better than floppies. This article was so old it said, "in the future, CD-ROMs will be able to be rewritten." This teacher also made a website a long time ago as a joke that sold floppy eject buttons for macs. He also was talking about "historygrams" (said that multiple times), but he probably meant histogram.