Amateur radio podcast: Solder Smoke
tfox at knology.net
Sun Dec 10 13:47:28 CST 2006
Thanks guys. I hope you all realized I was just kidding. The implication
that an iPod can only be used with Macs sounded like Mac-enthusiast hype.
Then, the caveman commercials got into it, and before you know it, fun was
had by (almost) all.
I cherish my Mac times. Yea.
Regarding the real meat of the email I did try www.soldersmoke.com again,
and it came right up. W3HXF, I suggest you try again.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike O'Dell" <mo at ccr.org>
To: "Robert E. Seastrom" <rs at seastrom.com>
Cc: "Terry Fox" <wb4jfi at knology.net>; <tacos at amrad.org>; "Terry Fox"
<tfox at knology.net>
Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2006 2:33 PM
Subject: Re: Amateur radio podcast: Solder Smoke
> Robert E. Seastrom wrote:
> >> Had a Mac, got frustrated looking for the second mouse button,
> > Here in the future, two button USB mice work as expected, just plug
> > them in. Or buy a Mighty Mouse from Apple and turn on the second
> > button in the control panel. And while you're at it, note the
> > superior scroll wheel with two degrees of freedom...
> there's a "mouse" designed for M-CAD applications that
> has *4* buttons and two scroll wheels - it's USB
> and it works fine on a modern Mac. Ashlar-Vellum's superbly
> intuitive 3D modeling program "Cobalt" is what Burt Rutan
> uses on his Mac to design all his airplanes.
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