Welcome to the wonderful word of Apple. Your new Mac comes chock filled with a variety of intriguing software and helpful, built-in utilities,
and we're sure that you'll enjoy your new machine for years to come.
However, you may be wondering what in the heck to do with your old PC.
Surely, that Windows machine gave you some good years, before it became
plagued with menacing viruses and fattening bloatware. So, why not give
it a new lease on life by reconfiguring your old PC to serve as a Linux
media server for your Mac? It's the perfect trade-off and will ensure
that no old computers rise up out of the ashes with revenge on the
It's a rare tech business that can score venture capital funding in
this economy. Popular note taking service, Evernote, just managed a
second injection of ten million dollars from Morgenthaler Ventures,
along with Troika Dialog and DOCOMO Capital, donors from the first
round of funding.
So what is in the works for this latest round of big bucks?
With two new Get a Mac ads, Apple is flinging insults back at Microsoft after their not-so-nice comments about the Mac in their ads. Top of the Line and Surprise are the two newest ads that serve as a responses to the Laptop Hunter ads.
Recent advances in utilities that allow the Mac to read and write Windows NTFS formatted drives now makes it possible to encrypt data on thumb drives and share the encrypted thumb drives between a Mac and a PC.