i am in love . . .
. . . or at least serious technolust.
I'd thought iBooks were real pretty (especially the orange ones and maybe the newish green ones). But now I'm glad I didn't spend my hard earned $ on one of them, because I simply must have a new Titanium Powerbook. Oh. My. God. Great tech specs + great design = drool. Um.
If the spirit moves you, please contribute to the Buy Laurel a Titanium Powerbook Fund. (Hey, a girl can dream . . . ) (I've never ever had a portable computer. Well not since my Commodore SX-64. I think it'd be cool to have one! I could post entries from the road and everything!)
I sent you a dollar toward your Titanium PowerBook: it's some start on paying you back to introducing me to TiVo as a worthwhile appliance. I can't afford more, since I have to save for a Titanium PowerBook of my own... (An independent discovery on my part.)
Posted by: Bob Webber at January 10, 2001 02:33 PM
You are too cool. My first dollar towards the Powerbook . . . now I just need a few more (heh).
I just set my parents up with a Tivo, I haven't yet heard if they've managed to figure it out . . . (I've been afraid to ask).
Posted by: Laurel at January 11, 2001 10:58 AM
I too, am in lust for the titanium PowerBook. Love that the monitor is able to do 4:3 and 3:2 aspect ratios. Love that I could ingest it and it would do me no harm (titanium being"the most biocompatible of all metals"). Love that it's got a G4. Love that it's smaller than the Vaio *and* as a DVD-ROM drive.
Now to convince my work that my "Macintosh test platform" is in need of an upgrade. ;)
Posted by: Peter Hentges at January 11, 2001 02:31 PM