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I had no where to put this and so I put this here. I think there should be a thread compiled of the key points from all the other threads on discussions of whether to get an ibook (or a power book or whatnot). I'm tired of answering "shoudl i get an ibook." Hahah, I find my complaining funny. But yeah, there's been a lot of those lately and they generally have the responces of links to the same question or reasons why some things are better if you're in this situation. I can compile the crem-de-le-crem of the ones and start it if you want, but I thought I'd through it out to everyone first. Should we do it?...maybe sticky it? ok, i got ahead of myself.

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Well, you could write something for the FAQ section, when it comes about in the future.
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I'd be honored...plus it gives me something to do around my homework (instead of playing video games or other college stuff....haha). Sure I think I will.
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