Scott Hodge


Apple Time

Apr 26, 2006


Yes, that’s right…  That’s me trying to figure out my new….MacBook Pro:)   Which explains why I haven’t posted in a few days!  Actually, my Dell (from He**) took a major nose dive on Monday, so I just decided to go for it. 

Ironically enough, I hadn’t had my first MacBook Pro for longer than 3 hours yesterday when the hard drive crashed!  So, back to the Oak Brook Apple Store for a replacement – which is now working great. 

Wow…what a past couple of days.  Now, it’s time to WORK. 


10 Responses to “Apple Time”

  1. Jason Breda says:

    I don’t covet very much, but wow!!!
    I am totally jealous and envious.
    Once you Mac…you never go back….
    Seriously, once you get used to it, you will NEVER want to look at a PC again.

  2. Dave says:

    Way cool! :-)
    It will be a pleasent change to be able to not have to worry about system crashes as much now.

  3. steve carr says:

    Got my Mac Book Pro this week too. The wife is going to work at home after having the baby so that presented the need for two computers; she got the iBook and I upgraded [I'm such a jerk]. I just transferred all my info/files over via firewire and am taking it out for a spin.
    You did freak me out about the hard drive crashing. I’m into hour two, so I’ll keep monitoring it.

  4. Elmer says:

    Thanks…now the peer pressure starts!!!!!!

  5. chip says:

    I have never used the Mac. Something in me is counter culture I guess. When so many people say, “you have to get a Mac,” I resist the pressure. But I’m glad you got your heart’s desire. I can tell more folks have gotten saved already! ;-)

  6. Welcome to the fold, Scott. Ignore the naysayers. They’re bitter because of multiple reboots. ;-)

  7. Brad McDonald says:

    Sweet shirt! Where did you get it if you don’t mind me asking?

  8. Patrick Murphy says:

    Congratulations on your Mac purchase! Say, what are you using to post pictures?

  9. Luap says:

    I think the Apple website has a free download called Bootcamp that lets you boot into Windoze environment or into Mac. No hot-switching, but you can still run your old PC software if you’re in a pinch.

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