[oxfordgamers] Re: Mac thing

  It doesn't run them native, but either can be run in emulation (If you
don't mind completely destroying system performance to add the emulation
layer.).
                        John

On Tue, 24 Jun 2003, Greg Davenport wrote:

> Was it really that long ago that we were in awe of computers with 1GB of
> RAM? Chad, perhaps you should read about the 8GB of RAM this monster holds.
> Or the 4TB that it could hold.......but nope, it doesn't run NT nor DOS.
> Guess that makes it kinda worthless, right?
>
> -----Original Message-----
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> To: oxfordgamers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [oxfordgamers] Re: Mac thing
>
>   I think it's a heck of a stretch, but both of those are sold as
> workstations, not as personal computers. When dealing with Jobs, you have
> to be very careful about the specific words he uses. He's a salesman at
> heart.
>   However, the good part is that the spec sheet seems to have been
> correct, and also, the updates for OS X 10.3 look very nice (Especially
> some of the X11 and developer tools things, but that is a reflection of my
> prejudices.).
>                         John
>
> On Mon, 23 Jun 2003, Chad and Erin Wilson wrote:
>
> > Bah!  Claiming to be the first 64-bit personal computer.  The Sun SPARC
> gets
> > that honor.  The Intel Itanium has been out for 2 years now.
> >
> > Apple is a tad late to be claiming any 'first'.
> >
> > -w
> >
> >
> >
>
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>
> The marvellous thing about a joke with a double meaning is that it can only
> mean one thing.
>
>                         Ronnie Barker(b1929)
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