Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st May 2006 16:02 UTC
Apple "Daines was browsing the Web when he clicked on a series of links that promised pictures of an unreleased update to his computer's operating system. Instead, a window opened on the screen and strange commands ran as if the machine was under the control of someone - or something - else. Daines was the victim of a computer virus. Such headaches are hardly unusual on PCs running Windows. Daines, however, was using a Mac - a machine often touted as being immune to such risks." Remember boys and girls, this story is published on MSNBC.
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RE[3]: At least MSNBC...
by captain_knobjockey on Tue 2nd May 2006 00:45 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: At least MSNBC..."
captain_knobjockey
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2005-08-23

He has said before here that he does not use WIndows, so what? That will not make him an idiot, far from it in fact.
you however, with your "many clients" crap, clearly demonstrate that you have not got a job. And you needed ndiswrapper to get wireless working ? how many years ago was that ? and why make a point of it anyway ?
I installed Windows the other day and needed to get drivers for my nvidia card and for a speedtouch dsl modem. So what ?

Stop making a dick out of yourself little boy, shut up and come back when you have learned a thing or two

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