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OS X Crimeware Kit Emerges

mcdermd Re:Masses reaction (202 comments)

Not to say he's biased but I remember getting into middle school PC/Mac wars with Kocher in 1985.

more than 3 years ago
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Dell Reveals Specs For the Looking Glass Tablet

mcdermd Re:Do you even own one? (174 comments)

I don't know what kind of a tank bag you use but if it can't fit an iPad sized device, it's the smallest tank bag I've ever seen in my life.

more than 3 years ago
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MA High School Forces All Students To Buy MacBooks

mcdermd Re:WTF (1217 comments)

Powerpoint has always been in Office for Mac OS X. Outlook is in Office for Mac 2010. VBA is the only leg your post has to stand on.

more than 4 years ago
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Netflix Gauging Interest In an iPhone App

mcdermd I'd rather have AppleTV (121 comments)

Give me streaming support for Netflix on my AppleTV similar to what Xbox 360 currently enjoys and I'd be using it many times more than I would even be considering the iPhone app for the same.

more than 4 years ago
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On iPhone, Searching For Kama Sutra = Porn

mcdermd Re:They should pull a Trent Reznor (283 comments)

In my experience, their customer service is Canadian and United States-based.

more than 5 years ago
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iMac Turns 10

mcdermd Re:It just worked (179 comments)

True, it used USB (like the PowerMac G3 before it)

The iMac was, in fact, the first Apple computer available with built in USB ports.

The iMac was shipped in August 1998. The Powermac G3 did not have USB ports until the Blue & White series which were released in January 1999. The Powerbooks finally got their USB ports with the Lombard series in May 1999.

more than 6 years ago

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