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check out this ^^ lmao.... i wish i was that creative
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Thats awesome!, I wanna find a g3 just so I can make one now, though I'd probably make it more curvy to fit with the imac curvy feel
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very cool!
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That was a serious accomplishment
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http://www.applefritter.com/node/view/2241
check out this ^^ lmao.... i wish i was that creative
That's SWEET. I even showed a few of the PC guys here at work and they were impressed.

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man i wish i could do stuff like that
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heh, pretty cool... the most i can do is over clock ... and that doesnt take skill.
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Amazing! Creative genius.
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well done to the guy, i am really impressed, very impressed.
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Modders are simply amazing. Kevin Rose built a Mac, with a PC case, with Mac parts in it. Then, he bought a littlepc, stuck it in one of the CD drives, got some belkin cables, and he has a G4/PC hybrid, using 1 keyboard, one mouse, and one display.
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are there any sites that show modded macs like all the sites for modded pcs?
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Is it supposed to take really long to load???
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http://www.applefritter.com/hacks/21imac this one is ABSOLUTLY AMAZING
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That maybe the future of the eMac.

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