Available with 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB RAM. Sweet.
There are a couple electronics/computer recycling events coming up in the Ann Arbor area. The first is Saturday, April 26 at Best Buy. Best Buy is teaming up with Great Lakes Electronics to recycle used electronics at no charge. Drop off will be in the Best Buy Parking lot on Lohr Road. They ARE accepting [...]
Just in time for the Ann Arbor Commuter Challenge, Google has enhanced their maps of Ann Arbor to now integrate the AATA bus schedules and routes. I’ve had mixed results with it so far–plugging in the Deli to Bakehouse yields a pretty interesting route, but I see a huge potential, especially if the UM buses and proposed [...]
Winston’s Lego Computer is one geek’s log of creating a Lego case for a functioning computer. The specs on the machine aren’t bad: 933MHz processor, a DVD drive, 1GB RAM, wireless network adapter, and a ton of input/output choices. Not sure what the OS is, but I bet it’s Linux. Non-nerd Lego enthusiasts (that’s an [...]
Overdue post… I’ve been using 10.5 since it came out in November. In that time there have been 2 major (10.5.x) updates and handfuls of software, firmware, and security updates, all of which have steadied the ship (sorry to mix metaphors). Some have criticized, some are still complaining. But guess what? *ding!* It’s ready. Serve [...]
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