[rescue] Re: Macs & IDE vs. SCSI
Frank Van Damme
frank.vandamme at student.kuleuven.ac.be
Mon Apr 14 03:53:17 CDT 2003
On Sunday 13 April 2003 22:46, Dave McGuire wrote:
> I have several problems with it:
> - If the best thing they can do with their computers is decorate
> them, there's something very wrong.
Some people paint pictures, others cars or helmets, others do computers. Most
of the people who casemod as far as I see it (I don't know anyone irl who has
modded his case though) use them for games and movies.
> - Don't these people have better ways to spend their time and money?
This depends on a subjective view of what a good waste of time is supposed to
be. Some people spend their free time in their garage onder a 4wd
heavyweight. I don't get a clue what's so fascinating about that.
> - The notion of being "unique" by doing what everyone else in their
> crowd does is
> pretty silly.
And that relates to casemodding how?
> - Computers are tools, not toys.
> Though, personally, I'd never do this because I'm not eight years old.
I wouldn't let my 8-year old handle a drill or paint spray... Given I had an
8-year old of course :)
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