Are you still eyeing that wonderful MacBook Air and asking yourself if you should buy it? Still convincing your spouse that you need MacBook Air instead of a conventional notebook?
Then this video might help you with your decision making:
MacBook Air: Why the hell not?
I just watched Sex and the City – The Movie in the theater with a couple of girlfriends and boy, it was great! It was worth every penny and I’m glad I decided to watch in on the big screen rather than waiting for Netflix to release it.
(What you are about to read may contain spoilers. You have been warned.)
What really amused me while watching it is there was a scene in the movie when Samantha (played by Kim Catrall) hands her phone to Carrie (played by Sarah Jessica Parker). When Carrie saw the phone, which is actually an iPhone because of its so familiar screen and shiny black case, she said, “I don’t know how to use this.”.
Carrie does not know how to use the iPhone! But then again, if you are not interested in high-tech gadgets like Carrie, you wouldn’t want to get near an iPhone. Carrie wants a simple, no-nonsense gadgets and I just noticed that she dislikes anything that was produced by Apple Computers.
There was an episode where Aidan gave Carrie a MacBook as a replacement for her black laptop and she hated it. Now she was handed an iPhone and she doesn’t want it. What’s with Macs and Carrie?
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According to Cosmo, which is NEVER wrong, girls looking to find a single man need look no further than their local Apple Store.Â Thatâ€™s right. Thanks to sky-high Mac and iPod sales, Appleâ€™s 142 Stores have made Cosmoâ€™s short list of the The Best Places to Meet a Guy. Although, if Cosmoâ€™s readers look anything like their cover girl, odds are they could meet a man at a Girl Scout meeting. So, whatâ€™s the Apple Storeâ€™s draw?
â€ Most guys are natural gadget lovers, and with sales of iPods and MacBooks skyrocketing, more men than ever are stopping by Apple boutiques. The vibe at the stores is conducive to man meeting too: You can check your email among cuties, take a free workshop on anything from Photoshop to podcasting (a great opportunity to strike up a conversation), or just survey the, ahem, good-looking merchandise.â€
Cosmoâ€™s other two brilliant suggestions for locations are at â€œThe Gymâ€ and at â€œA Fortune 500 Companyâ€. Out of these 3 choices, the Apple Store certainly seems like the least shallow location, if not one with the hottest guys.
I canâ€™t say I ever noticed â€œhotâ€ guys at the Apple Store, but I admit I wasnâ€™t looking. So, if youâ€™re a single Mac Chick into â€œchecking your e-mail among cutiesâ€, head over to the Apple Store.
Still looking for a backup program for your Linux files? Finally, FlyBack is available to Linux users to backup our stuff and save our a$$es from humiliating and headache-producing data loss.
FlyBack is a snapshot-based backup tool based on rsync It creates successive backup directories mirroring the files you wish to backup, but hard-links unchanged files to the previous backup. This prevents wasting disk space while providing you with full access to all your files without any sort of recovery program. If your machine crashes, just move your external drive to your new machine and copy the latest backup using whatever file browser you normally use.
Bernazâ€™s Weblog writes about FlyBack and you can continue reading here.
It is not surprising why the Eee PC has taken off so far since its release. People want to see something new and innovative without breaking the bank. And that is what ASUS has given the geeks and non-geeks alike around the world. Eee PC is a truly innovative piece of technology that is affordable and useful, something that other manufacturers has been lacking.
Mike Elgan writes in his article that ASUS has taken the title of the most hated computer company today simply because its release of the Eee PC. Companies including Dell, Microsoft and even Apple were overtaken by ASUS’s fast-growing midget laptop since these companies were reported to have plans of releasing identical product.
Micorsoft is also affected since the laptop comes with Linux OS, which provides additional savings for the consumer. Not only it comes with a working OS, it also comes with Office suite, Firefox browser and other apps to get the user going. How’s that for savings?
But one company is not bothered by its release and it is no other than Intel since the laptop is powered by no other than Intel. Both companies have been providing people with innovative products which made them great partners.
More about this is found here.
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