Re: Computer manuals [WAS: Pierre Duncan etc.]
On Fri, 25 May 2007, Ender100@aol.com wrote:
Actually, I don't watch ANYTHING on TV, because I don't watch TV. Tho I have to admit that I think it was yesterday I watched my daughter on TV (I do watch immediate family tho my husband has to turn the set on & get the channel because I don't know how). She was on --- is it the Bill O'Reilly Factor"? Something like that, representing liberal media (NYU Journalism prof.) They, BTW, were scum. She was the only one who'd actually studied the material they were ranting about, 100 pages of it in the 2 hours before air timeJudy, Don't you watch those great Mac commercials on tv? It's all so easy! heheheeheh
They were in effect making stuff up, red meat to their audience of course, and didn't want to be bothered with the facts. (They also spelled her name wrong.) But daughter was a good sport about it, and it turned out they had a lovely liberal makeup artist -- she looked gorgeous, tho of course she IS gorgeous. Today she wrote an e-mail to friends, colleagues and family saying:
"Thanks for your kind words on the crossfire -- and I especially
appreciate the hate mail from Fox viewers."
Mark Nelson Precision Digital Negatives PDNPrint : Precision Digital Negatives Mark I. Nelson Photography In a message dated 5/25/07 10:34:14 PM, email@example.com writes:Judy wrote:Etienne, you are teasing me no? Those drivers are for a pc, not mac,right? Teasing, no. But yes, the drivers are built into (or supplied with) Windows Vista. Richard wrote:Its possible the manuals are on-line. I have a Sony VAIO which came with a small brochure packed in with the back-up discs. The manuals are on-line. I downloaded them, many pages of instructions andspecifications. They may well be. So far, I haven't needed them. Best regards, etienne************************************** See what's free at http://www.aol.com.