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March 25, 2008



Does your new macbook Pro also do Windows? If so, then that makes you a double duplex!

Steven Lee

Upgrading a PowerBook to a MacBook Pro should do wonders for you. You can now use PhotoBooth to capture movie clips via the iSight camera. You will have fun discovering all the Leopard features!

Rich Kirkpatrick

I share the pure gear lust...as if music gear wasn't enough;-)


Hey Traci - somebody once told me that Dave Navarro served as a musical bridge between '80's metal and '90's alternative :)

No Iain, I didn't do any unboxing photos but it was quite tempting...


I'm amazed and impressed you waited this long to go ahead and get it. I got one soon after they came out and it's still running along just fine:-)


No, the proper way to say it on the web is not, "can you say guitar cam?"

It's Guitar Cam FTW!

Jeff Simms

I love my MBP - best investment I've made, ever.


I don't know if it's the eerie blue light, the chin beard, the nails or a combination thereof, but this Navarro-esqe picture weirds me smooth out.

adam riggins

Dude, can you imagine the possibilities of the guitar cam? Se it up at a show pointing in your direction, then stream it live over the internet using uStream or some other service. That would ROCK!

Iain MacKinnon

You and me both! I finally got my new MBP after waiting forever to replace my trusty Powerbook. I guess we're both early adopters, eh? At least you didn't take unboxing photos like I did...

... did you?

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