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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

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keep in mind, i've owned a mac for about 36 hours. how to i shut this thing down?
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keep in mind, i've owned a mac for about 36 hours. how to i shut this thing down?
Just click the blue apple at the top left, and then select shut down. Enjoy :mac:
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Just click the blue apple at the top left, and then select shut down. Enjoy :mac:
or select sleep, macs love to sleep, do a shutdown once a week.

got a picture?
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Yeah... please post some pictures. It would be great

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don't know where my wife's digicam is at the moment, but i will if you really want me to.

pardon the ignorance, and i'm not trying to be rude, but why do you want pics? don't they all look the same?
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Yeah. They do. It's just nice to see them in comparison with other objects to see how they fit in and how tey look with other objects. Unlike the ones on teh apple site with jsut a white background.
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don't know where my wife's digicam is at the moment, but i will if you really want me to.

pardon the ignorance, and i'm not trying to be rude, but why do you want pics? don't they all look the same?

Because we are nerds and can't see enough of them. At least that's my reason.

-Chris
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yeah Mac users are an tight group and we like to see other people's boxes
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fair enough. i'll find the cam and post a pic.
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Because we are nerds and can't see enough of them. At least that's my reason.

-Chris
yeah, that about sums it up. :cool:
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Because we are nerds and can't see enough of them. At least that's my reason.

-Chris

And this statement is true for many other things too, but in this case we wanna see your mac (mini). :p

Looking for a PowerMac G4 for $500 or less USD.
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And this statement is true for many other things too, but in this case we wanna see your mac (mini). :p

no doubt several amongst us have not even seen a girl for this same reason. Too much staring at other peoples Mac's.
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no doubt several amongst us have not even seen a girl for this same reason. Too much staring at other peoples Mac's.
Unless we are looking at wind powered giant robots,
http://strandbeest.ii.nl/movies/rhin...klaar_kort.mpg


Wind power giant robot. :alien:
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