Mmm. Bacon of truth. <drool>
I used these guys as a source when upgrading my '77 Jeep Wagoneer. That was about ten years ago, so I don't know what they are like now, but I was really happy with them back then. I was able to get factory style connectors that let me make my own custom wiring harness, but still be plug compatible with the various factory components. I also got some heavy duty fuses and a circuit breaker that I used to protect the cabin wiring and electronics.
Check out TenFourFox. Current versions of Firefox, compiled for PowerPC Macs.
Way back in '03, Virginia Tech built a cluster of 1,100 Mac G5's. It came in at #3 on the Top 500 list that year, and at $5.2M, it was a fraction of the cost of the next cheapest supercomputer in the top ten. And it was assembled by students in 3 weeks, using stock G5 towers fitted with InfiniBand cards.
It was later upgraded to G5 xServe boxes, and as of 2008, was still ranked 281 on the Top 500 list.
Here's a short promo film that VT produced: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLujLtgBJC0
It was by logging into slashdot as part of my morning routine that I learned of the news that day. As astonishing as the events unfolding, I was also struck by the fact that first word of such a momentous event had come to me via the internet. That in itself seemed to be a turning point in our brave new world.
You think the rug pissers did this?
Now, if only they could turn wine snobs into mice...
(Apple pretends to, but then insists you install a music player to manage a phone).
That's funny, I don't think any of these would be considered a music player.