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Saturday, February 25, 2006

The Harlem Shuffle

I'm writing this post from my new MacBook Pro, the first Apple computer developed from an Intel chip. My first impressions are positive. The machine screams, the display is awesome, and the notion that I might someday have a computer that runs Unix, OS X, and Windows natively is positively intoxicating. Don't have a clue what this has to do with PERS, but I felt like posting it anyway.

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