Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
Now where did I put that babel fish?
Gud liten artikel om yur iMac, perfekt.
Ich ben ein Svensk!
Completely off-topic... do you have a review of all of your favorite pale ales anywhere?
No, but there's a good piece of blog fodder right there. :)Some good 'uns:Ruination, from Stone Brewing.Gnaw Bone, from Oak Barrel.Goose Island's Imperial IPA is really outstanding; as good as Ruination.
Gotta send props for Top references.So: PROPS!
Tam's easing down the Information Superhighway with a G4 Sawtooth.A lime green iBook SE on her lap and three more Macs networked. Sportin' AppleTalk dongles, wearin' 5.11 ATACs. The cats give her trouble 'cause the deadline passed. Tam's bad, she's multinational.My apologies to Dusty, Frank and Billy for the butchering of their lyrics.
Excellent! Now that's market penetration! (Good article, btw.)
Strangest roadkill I encountered while patrolling CA freeways: A brand new iMac still in the carton. Well, some of it was still in the box! All the loose parts were still in their shrinkwrap. I thought it was a bike fairing at first, due to the blue plastic housing fragments. Probably floated out of a pickup bed, like most of the road debris.
I got quite an uptick in traffic to MaxiMac from this blog post. Nice to see your love for discarded old Macs, I've got quite a few salvaged classics myself.Anyhow, here is a blog post about you noticing me linking to you, writing back, etc... :-)http://maximac.se/nytt/index.php?item=200805016Best regards from way up north in Sweden / John
Sadly, the only Swedish I know is the chorus to "O store God". I haven't been to Sweden for 25 years. :(
The cat's out of the bag (yet again). Now that the cat has bailed a multiplicity of times, it can be said that you are no longer a 'K'. I dunno. I kind of liked the K era. On the plus side, I guess we can now make jokes about keelhauling. Or maybe not.Hank
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