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I just got a graphics job and I have to use a PC at work!!@#


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I just got a graphics job and I have to use a PC at work!!@#


MAn I spent all this time learning a mac inside and out and
now I am messing around on this PC
I just am frustrated I could be so much more productive if I was working on my G5
ANy suggestions or advice
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Bring a 17" powerbook to work, when they tell you why you have to use the PC, show them exatly how your productivity is increased with the Mac.
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I just got a graphics job and I have to use a PC at work!!@#


MAn I spent all this time learning a mac inside and out and
now I am messing around on this PC
I just am frustrated I could be so much more productive if I was working on my G5
ANy suggestions or advice
Poor U... Well at least U can still use your G5 at home :headphone

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Bring a 17" powerbook to work, when they tell you why you have to use the PC, show them exatly how your productivity is increased with the Mac.
I like that idea. (Well, any PowerBook, or even an iBook if you get desperate.) Don't like what they give you? Provide your own. They'll notice.
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The software is similar enough, you'll be fine.
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I like the Powerbook idea... but be careful... Company policies can be tricky... And manager egos can be even worse. I would stick with using their gear until you have at least been there awhile and have a better idea how they will respond. Productivity is good.... but not worth damaging your relationship with your supervisors. Besides, I did graphic design on PC for years... it's really not that bad... just not the preferred method.

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