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02-14-2006 12:29 PM
gt702
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

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Originally Posted by Baketech
Or get a real computer...
I thought the Apple 2E was the epitome of computers ... best all around computer out there ... if you know what I mean





02-14-2006 12:22 PM
Baketech
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

Or get a real computer...
02-14-2006 12:20 PM
sheepofblue
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

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Originally Posted by Baketech
Sounds great...but not much comfort if are a student trying to get a grant...
Well my response to that is "get a job hippy"
02-14-2006 12:04 PM
Baketech
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

Sounds great...but not much comfort if are a student trying to get a grant...
02-14-2006 12:01 PM
sheepofblue
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

I have actually seen code that checked for exploder and failed regardless of real performance. Also it would make more sense to conform to a STANDARD not a OEM build version
02-14-2006 11:42 AM
navydevildoc
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

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Originally Posted by sheepofblue
And the lowest bidder wins....
To be honest, I know quite a bit about that project, as it is being run by one of my former employers. It wasn't a lowest bid, but best value contract.

The software was supposed to have supported macs by now, but the canadian middleware company was bought out by IBM witch stalled some things.
02-14-2006 11:36 AM
Baketech
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

Seems like Darwinism in action to me....if you examined the options and chose Apple, are you really a candidate for furthering your education...
02-14-2006 11:19 AM
sheepofblue
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

And the lowest bidder wins....
02-14-2006 10:28 AM
smoothrideronli
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

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Originally Posted by ND4SPD
They let Canadians build it...that's how
I thought they were built in Hoosierland...
02-14-2006 10:04 AM
ND4SPD
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

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Originally Posted by Baketech
Apparently not Grant....

After all the free computers that have been given to schools, how would this ever happen...
They let Canadians build it...that's how
02-14-2006 9:59 AM
EDDIE110171
Re: Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

Oops.
02-14-2006 9:51 AM
Baketech
Who is buried in Apple's tomb?

Apparently not Grant....

After all the free computers that have been given to schools, how would this ever happen...
Quote:
U.S. Grant Web Site Doesn't Work With Macs
Associated Press
Mon Feb 13, 6:21 PM ET


A government Web site that aims to serve as a one-stop shopping point for scholars and others in search of federal grants is creating headaches for users of Macintosh computers.
The site's electronic forms for would-be applicants aren't Mac-compatible. "Frustration kind of goes through the roof," said Mark Tumeo, vice provost for research and dean of the college of graduate studies at Cleveland State University.
He said about 30 percent of the systems used by his university's scientists and others are Macintosh computers. Those with Macs are having to seek out Windows-based PCs in order to fill out the applications. Tumeo estimated several hundred grant applications are affected by the glitch, which was first reported by The Washington Post.
The idea behind the new government Web site, Grants.gov, is to streamline the process of applying for grants by reducing paper applications and replacing them with electronic ones. It also serves as a resource point for the 26 federal grant-making agencies that award over $400 billion in grants each year.
Calls to Grants.gov and the Health and Human Services Department, a managing partner for the program, were not immediately returned Monday.
The Post said HHS helped choose a small Canadian firm called PureEdge Solutions to create the electronic forms, which only work with Microsoft's Windows operating system. PureEdge is said to be working on a fix.

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