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Toshiba Qosmio G15-AV501

I used to be a big TabletPC fan. A year ago I purchased a Toshiba M205 TabletPC and I found it to be a fine machine. It was reliable. It had a great keyboard. It had a rotten screen for viewing. The screen resolution was incredible but it was like trying to see that resolution through a schmear of Vaseline.

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The CP/M Kaypro 2x

I am reading the great Andy Rathbone’s Windows XP for Dummies book and on the “About the Author” page Andy reveals his first computer was a “26-pound portable CP/M Kaypro 2x” that he bought in 1985.

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DVD: The New Spin

by Guy Lerner

DVD (digital versatile disc) has come of age as the defacto crossover medium from the waning days of analogue to the waxing years of digital. But it hasn’t been an easy drive by any means, and the road ahead is still far from certain.

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When In Doubt? FDISK!

by Clem Kohl

Some days you know at once that it just isn’t your day. The world is against you, your wife is against you and the dog won’t let you touch her. Well, it wasn’t my day last Monday when I was putting what I thought would be the finishing touches on a new computer I was building.

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Going to Church

by Joyce Kohl

One day out of the blue, my husband Clem says to me: “I’ m going to church. Be back soon.”

After I picked myself up from the floor and wondered if all the church bells in the state of Arizona would start ringing when they heard Clem’s going to church, I quietly said: “CHURCH?!?”

To which Clem replied: “Computer store. I’m going to walk up and down the aisles and worship. I’m off to Saint CompUSA… seeya later.”

Well, I laughed all day long. I suppose you’d have to have been there to get the full effect, but at least I know that, in his own way, Clem saw the sale light and found religion!