How many of you are now getting online with a brand new computer recently delivered by Santa?
Then why are you complainingtribdog said:I just upgraded, got a tape drive for my Commodore 64
don't you miss those days. I remember having a boxing game that took at least 30-40 minutes to load.matthyaouw said:Commadore 64? I used to have one of those! Oh the memories!
I still have mine, the lovely orange type on the screen.tribdog said:I just upgraded, got a tape drive for my Commodore 64
I had a Commadore 128 and except for the slow loading, the lockups and the inability to use multiple windows, I really did love that thing. Actually several of the programs had functions that I can't find on similar programs in windows, functions that I really miss.tribdog said:I just upgraded, got a tape drive for my Commodore 64
Let's see, do I hate you?....Yep. Okay yes it counts.Andromeda321 said:My dad just got wireless in the house so I am here on my nice laptop instead of the crummy home computer, does that count?
Then why did you buy a new one.xck said:i bought a "walkman" since my old one still works (old faithful).
Put a car battery in a backpack, hook up an inverter, plug it in, and walk.xck said:i am hoping maybe someone has one and can splain to me what is up with it not taking batteries.
mp3's are compressed files. They are around 5-10meg per file. as opposed to 50meg for a .wav. To put it in simpler terms: You can only fit approx 20 songs (.wav) on a cd, whereas you can put 100 mp3's on a cd.xck said:i don't kow anything about mp3's don't wanna to, they are too large.
Thanks for the vote of confidence!tribdog said:and I'm sure you will be