Quick Parallels Demo

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I got a little lost and I think my breakfast and the motion was making me a little ill, so I'll watch it again later. It looked like you were running OS X, Windows and SUSE full-screen on multiple desktops. Is that what you were showing or was it something about Firefox?

By the way, I like your pictures. What equipment do you use? Did you make those slideshows in iWeb?
 
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I got a little lost and I think my breakfast and the motion was making me a little ill, so I'll watch it again later. It looked like you were running OS X, Windows and SUSE full-screen on multiple desktops. Is that what you were showing or was it something about Firefox?

By the way, I like your pictures. What equipment do you use? Did you make those slideshows in iWeb?

I recorded it because someone on another forum specifically said Parallels is only good for windows... so I wanted to show Linux running... then I decided to post it here. It was late and it's a bit naff I admit.

As for the images, some of them were taken with a lowly Fuji S5500 (Shadows and the Liberty ones). The others were taken with a Fuji S9000, the Upstate section using a polarising filter. No photoshop work was done on any image.

It was all done in iWeb and I am working on a huge update as I have a bulging portfolio but am quite disorgainsed when it comes to my photography. I should do better.
 
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hmm ive never seen linux running before, it looks nice! is that ubuntu or suse?
 

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