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19 Days with a Macbook Pro


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I also took the plunge to OSX with my new MacBook 12 days ago, and I am loving every minute away from XP!
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I love my MBP so much that I actually just finished rearranging my entire desk. I now have my MBP where my desktop monitor was, and the desktop stuff where the MBP was (I have an L-shaped desk). Now I can use my 24" Dell monitor as a secondary monitor for the MBP when I'm not using the Windows box
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Excellent story, b.hicks

I purchased a new Intel iMac about a month ago. Now the only thng I use my Xp laptop for is when I need to view/listen to windows media files. About once or twice a week maybe.

Anyone know how to deal with wma/wmf.wm? files on these new Mac's?

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I love my Mac so much, I make passioniate love to it nightly. And you know what? It just works!
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I love my Mac so much, I make passioniate love to it nightly. And you know what? It just works!
LMFAO!

I just spit pop all over my moms keyboard.
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lol..
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congrats.. a switch is tempting..
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That was great! All the best to you. All I can say is that I can relate. Its nice to get a machine that just works and you fall in love, right?

A wise person will listen and take in more instruction, and one of discretion will acquire skillful direction Dig it. Master Obi Wan...Or was it Master Solomon?
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That was great! All the best to you. All I can say is that I can relate. Its nice to get a machine that just works and you fall in love, right?
Sadly, the thread you are responding to (which had a GREAT story to kick it off) was last updated in 2006, so either the OP has moved on ... or is a regular here by now!
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