I am Apple, hear me roar


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You are Apple Dos. Simple and primitive with a good understanding of the common man.  You're still a work in progress, but a good start.

While still procrastinating, I came across Prof. Irving's latest blog entry which led me to this little quiz which rates which OS you are most like based on several seemingly irrelevant questions. Cute, and strangely perceptive.

I always did have an affinity for all things Apple, though I no longer have need for the platform since Windows graphics and audio applications matured; and it only took two decades(!) I can even remember using Apple DOS on my parents Apple IIe, and playing games like Apple Panic. Wow, that was a long time ago!

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Profirving August 5, 2003 12:41 PM

Oh very cute....a take-off of Helen Reddy! I used Apple briefly in college ( a decade ago!) and then I matured! (HUGE lol!)

Paper done??And BTW, I, too am procrastinating!!It isn't the heat...it's the humidity! LOL!

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no. Paper not done... yet. I am working on it, really I am. Actually, I'm still background processing what I want to say, almost there! =)

I promise it's a good one. On Digital Rights Management technologies. OK?

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Have worked on Macs and PCs. I remember testing out the Apple Elisa, predecessor to the first Mac back in the mid 80's to see how we could integrate it into our work environment. It was a new toy. I LOVED MacDraw. I designed my kitchen in MacDraw at the time, layering electrical, plumbing, cabinet layout, structural elements all on different layers. After being forced to work on a Mac as a primary desktop in the early 90's, I learned to hate the interface. Still work on them from time to time in our lab, and still hate the interface up to and including OS 9.2. But OSX, now what a difference. So PC-like, and no more crashing!

About your building anxiety. Meditation is always good, as is exercise and aerobic exercise. But I think servicing others is also a good outlet. It takes the focus off of self and also gives you a feeling of well-being. Now what type of servicing... I think I have an idea... :p

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I'm sure by that you mean 'serving' others... yes, i'm sure that's exactly what you mean. In fact, i've been thinking of what type of volunteer project i could find to get involved with.

Just last night I spent a couple of hours in chat with someone from my 360-Database class helping them to learn SQL, and it felt great.

Yes, Wayne, i do believe you're onto something. =)

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