September 18, 2004

How to pick up and carry your iMac G5 Now I know...
  • Maybe they also know where to find Nostril's socks.
  • ...and knowing is half the battle.
  • iSock?
  • Now can it tell me how to carry this newfangled iPod thingy?
  • "Pick up the iPod by grasping it with your prehensile tail. Carry it to wherever you wish."
  • That's all fine and dandy, but how are you supposed to move this thing? Mine just keeps sitting there on my desk, its faint red beacon glowing through the night...
  • Bevos: try blowing on it.
  • give me back my socks you bastard!
  • No, not the one by my bed, the other one. He doesn't want that, trust me.
  • This is useful information. While I don't have a G5, I'm guessing that the technique may work for picking up and carrying other things, too. It's raining here today, so there's not much to do. I think I'm going to experiment with picking things up and carrying them wherever i wish.
  • They should have had a picture - I'm still confused.
  • I tried this method for picking up women, but I got slapped with a restraining order. I mean, literally slapped with a restraining order.
  • are they sure about this?
  • Little Durian: Have you tried the t-shirt folding technique? Hours of entertainment right there.
  • Gee, thanks sarah -- I missed that in August, and folding t-shirts gives me issues, which that video should resolve! [Unfortunately, I'm not kidding. I've spent hours in the laundry room trying to get it right enough so they don't look crappy when I eventually put them on.] So I spent much of the day today moving things in my apartment to wherever I wished, but now I have a new problem -- does anyone know of a tutorial that will tell me how to put them *back*?
  • 4 Tips for taking your Tablet PC on trips. 1. Be more vigilant about protecting your unit.
  • Goddamit -- when is Microsoft ever going to catch up with this innovative mac technology?
  • When the innovative mac technology starts catching up with microsoft's outrageous market share