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Podcast time again! It’s a bit late because I was ill, so I apologise!
I remember when I first brought you on eBay, you were an old thing, an outdated 400mhz G4 and by the standards of the day, very slow. I didn’t care, you were mine now. You dazzled me with your amazing case design, I opened you up and the motherboard slid right out, everything was easily accessible. You were so well engineered.
I bought you because you could run Final Cut Pro, an amazing video editing system that was light-years beyond anything on the PC. OS X was a breathe of fresh air after years of agonising Windows use. I finally had a PC I could trust, and you didn’t let me down.…
Episode 3 of the Multiple Nerdgasm podcast is up and ready for delivery to your favoured listening device!
This week we recorded a special episode to discuss the death of Steve Jobs, Apple in general, and we share some stories of our experience with Apple products through the years.
As always you can find the podcast on iTunes by clicking on the logo below, or you can click through to this article to stream it off the site here or download it!
I remember the first time I wanted an Apple machine. I’d been using PC’s since I was a wee lad and to me, Apple’s had always seemed a novelty. A machine that basically had nothing going for it, slow CPU’s, barely any software and zero gaming potential, a specialty device that was only really useful for video editors and desktop publishing. It wasn’t that I hated them, I just never really thought I’d have any use for one.
What always irked me about Apple machines was OS 9 and it’s predecessors. Coming from an IT background I thought the Apple OS was an abortion, a dead fetus covered in it’s murdered mothers bloodied womb, suffocated on legacy code.…