[iBook] Yes, we're back!

Josh Richards josh.w.richards at gmail.com
Wed Sep 16 20:45:33 PDT 2009

My old 466 MHz is still useful, I'm sure any other iBook will come in  
handy. I found a trick to speeding up the Web browsing. I go to  
mobile versions of my most commonly used sites (facebook, gmail,  
ESPN, etc). Even some of the local news stations have mobile versions  
which this old iBook dials up nice and quickly.  It's mostly text  
based sites with a few small images here and there. If I need to  
watch YouTube or view my fantasy stats in real-time, I use my eMac.


On Sep 15, 2009, at 6:59 PM, Pat wrote:

> Good to see you, Fred!
> I'm glad it's back up.  I've now re-inherited my old classic iBook  
> from my g'daughters and will want to work on it this winter.  This  
> group will be helpful, I hope.  I haven't booted it up since it  
> arrived, but I told my daughter not to toss it as she had in mind.   
> Surely I can find a way to make it work for me.  My newer version  
> is not as tough, but I have it too with a bad battery.
> Looking forward to hearing from more.
> Pat
> On Sep 15, 2009, at 6:52 PM, Fred Stevens K2FRD wrote:
>> Eric, frankly, I didn't know the lists were gone.
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