[rescue] Apple WWDC Summary

Kevin kevin at mpcf.com
Fri Jun 27 08:54:34 CDT 2003

In a distant (1992) past i painted my 486, just for the hell of it.  I don't think that type of thing is *inherently* bad, but like most things it has been tainted well beyond the point of me going anywhere near it.  When that type of thing started to become 1.) everywhere you look and 2.) the focal point of the computer, then it became a problem.  I believe most of this crap came from the overclocking crowd (a faction i never identified with) and then just spread when PeeCees became $5 a dozen.


On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 08:15:30 +0000 (UTC)
abuse at cabal.org.uk (Peter Corlett) wrote:

> Shirker <shirker at mooli.org.uk> wrote:
> [...]
> > IMO, "case modding" belongs to the x86 megahertz-monkeys, and they can
> > keep it.
> I must admit, I'm half expecting x86 boxes to sprout blue LEDs on the
> windscreen wipers, underlights, and have a spoiler hanging off the back.
> Not that I'm a stranger to waving a tin of paint at a PC to make it a less
> boring colour, of course.
> -- 
> [About a discussion of heavily customised cars.]
> I thought they were talking about cheap whores - smelly, ugly, brightly
> coloured, waste of money, and got a cock inside them most of the time.
> 				-- Will Hargrave in uknot
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