* Neil Ford ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> >potential london clients will be put off dealing with a company not in london
> Seeing as this was about TPC, interesting subject change :-)
apologise for that i've rejoined (void) and once again regard all mailing lists
as one big holistic stream ;-)
> Interesting question. I have both men to thank for an awful lot (the
> Apple II got me into computing, the mac is by far my most favourite
> machine) and whilst I would quite like to meet both, Woz is
> definitely the man I identify with most.
i had an Apple II, never a Mac. I intend to get an iMac soon as a second
desktop machine for playing DVD's and writing. the only problem i have
is justifying the purchase of Mac Ms-Office.
i am just finishing a book - ``infinite loop'', about the rise and fall
and rise of apple, good book but a little dull during the sculley era.
i guess i am more like jobs, but i am also aware he is the more flawed
of the two.
 and if i'm going to watch DVD's on a mac, i'm definetly going to
have to get Toy Story
Greg McCarroll http://www.mccarroll.uklinux.net