17th June 2002
I don't care. The only one I ever use is at work, and they're not likely to buy me a new mouse just because I don't like using one with a single button. You can plug mice, tomatoes or small koalas into your USB port for all I care, all I know is that I have to use a Mac with a single mouse button, and there's nothing I can do about it. That, and I dislike the entire interface of MacOS. Not just its appearance, but the way it all works. At least they shut down quickly :p.
Mr. Matt's solution: -after getting ready for work, unplug your mouse -put it in your pocket -go to work -unplug oneclick mouse -plug yours in -take it home with you at the end of the day
17th June 2002
I can barely remember to put my watch on at 8:30 in the morning, let alone a computer mouse... and I'm not the only person who uses it, either. We use it as a sort of filing cabinet for the whole desk, and use PCs for everything else.
DisconnectingMy bad its gone anyways now that im here: Macs are the best gaming computers because it has ATI cards in them. My Mac owns your piece of crap computer and its videocard is overclocked, a 4x USB floppy drive RAID, and a overclocked serial port, crude oil cooling, advanced power wasting (APW). MAC--Most Awesome Computer Being a mac gamer is nice, you don't get confused on which games to buy.
Holy crap! If laughter is the best medicine, i just overdosed. :lol:
Was that a hug directed at me or ur comp? ;)
I take what n0e says way too seriously
1st March 2003
Macs are best. If you've never used one, shut up. If you've never used *nix, shut up. The PPC is a great platform Darwin is great The Unix Terminal is great Scripting is great The UI is great The compatibility is great The software is great They can run *nix appllications The OS is secure (Having UNIX in it's codebase) The support from games developers sucks. You can always run a VM. But most good developers will port games.