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How Steve Jobs Touched My Life: Readers Speak
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ajones320
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ajones320,
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10/8/2011 | 1:18:11 PM
re: How Steve Jobs Touched My Life: Readers Speak
Did you run the same OS on both platforms? I doubt it, so you were comparing apples to oranges. Still, if you found what works best for you it was worth it.
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10/8/2011 | 3:58:12 AM
re: How Steve Jobs Touched My Life: Readers Speak
7 years ago, my brother bought a mac pro for over $2K. Being a windows guy, I was aghast. I told him I would build me an AMD opteron with top of the line parts and see who can win. To make the long story short, I now own iMac, a macbook pro, and macbook air. He still owns the mac pro G4 running as fast as the same day he bought it.


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