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What a joke! The U.S. doesn't have to spy on those countries. They are already *willfully* a completely open book to ANY U.S. data-gobbler. Started decades ago. Has everyone (including Angela) forgotten Echelon? Old news!
And here at Slashdot we all know what HAARP is.
And they'll be right! Actually, "other ways to manage" probably means they've found a way to dramatically cost-reduce (and miniaturize) the ionosphere-controlling device. Something to fit on one of the big ships. Yeah, that's the ticket.
So... when this Mac was delivered (mid-2007), it was running Tiger. The previous owner upgraded it to Leopard. It was running the same OS as my old iMac; i.e., 10.5.8. So all the apps were Universal. When I got my iMac from Leigh, it was running the OS it had been supplied with, Panther. I never picked up Tiger but, when the Intel chips came along, I realized that the last OS I'd be able to run was Leopard so I went out and bought it at the Apple Store on the last day it was available! The da
Perhaps I should use this journal as my tech diary. Seems a reasonable idea so here goes....
Having had both my 800MHz G4 iMac AND my HP pizza box P4 croak on me. I've lost something like my last 10 years of data. I _have_ now DL'd my Contacts from Hotmail and will use that to somehow populate my Contacts file on the new machine. Here's the deets on that.