[THIN] Re: Windows 7 Ain't gonna be much different than Vista

you and I have come a long way from emailing each other over iPaqs at iForum
back when you first released your printing tools.

Greg

On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 8:46 PM, Douglas Brown <dbrown@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>  Yes, mutitouch is way cool  Came out of Microsoft R&D and is a lot like
> what we see on the iPhones...      I think it is very, very cool but then
> tabs are cool too but nobody really uses them.  Gates has been saying for
> years he thinks the keyboard is the thing of the past but I just don't know
> if I agree.  I love my keyboard and I type faster than  I write (not always
> as good but faster.. ;) )
>
> Anyhoo... Yah, way cool stuff Mr. Jim.  Very cool stuff.. I want a
> Surface... For what?  I don't know but I sure do want one.. But then I want
> a segway too.... And a new car, and a ... I want a lot of stuff.. And thanks
> to Greg I want a Mac Air and a quad core mac.  This thinlist is costing me
> too much money.. ;) LOL
>
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> On 5/30/08 7:21 PM, "Jim Kenzig" <jkenzig@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Multitouch in Windows 7. Seems to be the same UI the MVP's played with and
> saw on the Microsoft Surface Table in Building 46 in Redmond.
>
> http://windowsvistablog.com/blogs/windowsvista/archive/2008/05/27/microsoft-demonstrates-multi-touch.aspx
> Jim
>
> On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 7:02 PM, Jim Kenzig <jkenzi> wrote:
>
> Steve did you see the link I put out to RocketDock?
> http://rocketdock.com/ <http://rocketdock.com/>
>
> It puts a Mac like dock on your desktop Windows PC. It is VERY cool, skins
> and All.
> Jim
>
> On Fri, May 30, 2008 at 5:47 PM, Steve Greenberg <steveg@thincl
>
> I just like the Mac as a desktop and the 24" iMac is just a great size and
> screen to have on your desk. I can boot it to Windows for general use
>  but after a while I always miss the Mac OS "feel".
>
> I use a standard wireless keyboard and two button wireless mouse so there
> is no mouse envy there
>
> Keep in mind that I was a NeXTSTEP user going back to the  Winview and
> Winframe days so I have been doing this a long time. I naturally switch
> modifier keys between CNTRL and COMMAND so it is easy to cut and paste and
> navigate between platforms.. Also I avoided Mac OS thru 9, that was crap.
> When NeXTSTEP became Mac I was back in!
>
>
> SteveG
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