[MOLCOT] - cutting an altoids tin
hans at fugal.net
Thu Mar 1 08:35:19 MST 2007
It is my understanding that microsoft mice are rebranded Logitech mice.
Logitech tends to make good stuff.
On Wed, 28 Feb 2007 at 14:47 -0700, Corey Edwards wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-02-28 at 14:28 -0700, Jonathan Duncan wrote:
> > On Wed, 28 Feb 2007, Daniel C. wrote:
> > > (Suffice it to say that I have been an anti-Apple-fanboy for so long
> > > that if my friends were to see me with an ipod, the ridicule would never
> > > end.)
> > >
> > For crying out loud, just admit that Apple does some things well and enjoy
> > your iPod. Display it proudly. =)
> I like Microsoft mice. After I got over my initial bout of Linux
> fanboy's disease, I learned to not hold grudges. Life is too short. If
> Microsoft wants to make a good product that doesn't stomp on my rights,
> I'll consider it. Same for Apple or IBM or whoever. In the case of the
> iPod, it was more $$$ than I wanted to spend.
> > Although seeing someone sporting an
> > authentic Altoid MP3 player would be a pretty cool sight. Here is 1 vote
> > that you photo document the process and results.
> Here, here! An Altoids mp3 player would be awesome. If you get good
> enough pics and a some nice prose, you could probably get published in
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