What do you love (or hate) about your computer?

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Hey, I'm a Mac Evangelist. I love all my Macs. Do you have one? Do you want one? What's so great about your box?

-- Mike Reed (mike@reed.org), September 14, 1999


For those that don't know. B.A.C. stands for "Bare Ass Cam," a feature for which Lori has been lobbying. It may interest you to know, BTW, that there was a discussion on Diary-L about setting up a 'burb with scans of diarist's bare asses with links to their sites.

-- Mike Reed (mike@reed.org), September 15, 1999.

After 11 monitors, and 2 towers with my Gateway in a year and a half, what could I say? Other than I haven't figured out Windows98 or for that matter I didn't learn everything on win95 before upgrading and you and my friend think I could learn on a mac? HA! She bought her first computer because she wanted color, not office gray. Course all she does is write letters and send emails. lol

-- b.rabble (rabble@express-news.net), September 14, 1999.

What I like most about my comuter - It has Microsoft Windows. What do I hate most about my computer - It has Microsoft Windows.

Golly Gee Whiz, the crashes are spectacular!

-- (dponder@mindspring.com), September 14, 1999.

I promise I spelled computer correctly. It's Microsoft's doing. You know how these Windows computers are.

-- (dponder@mindspring.com), September 14, 1999.

Yes--I love my (read DAVID'S) Mac--and one thing I love about it is that it gives me the opportunity to read your journal, even if you have no B.A.C.

-- Lori (bohemian@bellsouth.net), September 15, 1999.

My favorite thing about my computer? All these fancy functions that I have NO idea how to use!(But I'm getting REALLY good at Solitare!)

-- Tim X. Davis (tim.davis@mgccc.cc.ms.us), September 15, 1999.

i love LOVE my computer first..because it's an imac and it's blue and second...because its a mac. it's not confusing like windows where nothing has a real name just some conglomeration of letters and numbers. and trying to find your personal folder is like trying to read Thomas Pynchons "Mason & Dixon" (that one's for mike). please... you just shouldn't have to work that hard for enjoyment. peace

-- tracey (sunflare@bellsouth.net), September 17, 1999.

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