It looks like Phil Windley has an iBook to play with. I see that he's identified some of the same strengths and weaknesses that I noted. (Apparently we have similar ThinkPads and would really like a high-res LCD on a Mac notebook.)

It'll be interesting to hear how well it integrates with the infrastructure in Utah's government.

In other news, I'm TiBook-less for a while. Jeffrey Friedl and his wife have mine. They're thinking of getting an iBook and wanted to play with something similar for a couple weeks before taking the plunge. I'm pretty sure they'll end up doing it, considering that he just bought a WAP11 wireless access point so that they could experience wireless computing. :-)

So what have I been using at home? My ThinkPad T23 with XP? No, my 3-year old Thinkpad 600E w/Debian Linux. Hey, I've got xterms, Emacs, and Galeon. What else do I really need?

Posted by jzawodn at September 14, 2002 07:03 PM

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# Derek said:

What else do you need? You need MacOS, that's what you need! ;-)

on September 14, 2002 07:33 PM
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