[Ti] Re: Intel shows off 64-bit dual core processors for mobile, desktop, and servers

Mark Townsend mtownsen at alumni.calpoly.edu
Fri Aug 26 06:56:35 PDT 2005

Well,  my two cents is that I enjoyed what Chris had to say.  It all  
makes sense.  He must be a Computer Engineer :).

Myself,  I have my shiny new Powerbook that I bought 2 weeks after  
the announcement about going to Intel.  I don't have any regrets.  I  
love my Mac and the OS that it runs on.  For the somewhat meanial  
tasks that I do on it, it just works.  When  I start having to make  
huge calculations or deal with memory greater than 4GB, then I'll  
worry about what options I have for 64-bit technology.

Powerbook 15" 1.67Ghz 167Mhz bus :)

On Aug 25, 2005, at 11:09 AM, John Griffin wrote:

> Hey, as far as computers are concerned Chris Olsen does in fact  
> know just about everything!
> Maybe we should listen (read) and perhaps learn something rather  
> than just react.
> In fact, there is probably something we can learn from everyone on  
> this list if we would just open our minds...
> jg
> On 25-Aug-05, at 1:23 PM, TjL wrote:
>> wow, you just know *everything* ...
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