Thrift Stores rock for old SW

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Thrift Stores rock for old SW

I just picked up a sombe CD-ROM for Prince of Persia I and II. It even came with a CD insert with the keycodes listed so you don't need the whole original manuals. This is a manufacturer CD. Cool. I've never played PoP so getting both on CD for 99c was great. This was the same store that I nabbed the Duo 210/230 System Sfotware pack months ago too.

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Good Deal!

I have that CD here, and mine was around $10. Unfortunately, the thrift shop I frequent does not carry software anymore or Macs for that matter.

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Check out my signature below...

Check out my signature below... Smile

That wonderful little signature is courtesy of a thrift shop find. Wink

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Do you know what it is from?

Do you know what it is from?

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Re: Do you know what it is from?

Do you know what it is from?

Sure do, it's from Apple's Service Training material.

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So theoretically, that would

So theoretically, that would be forwarding?

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Re: So theoretically, that would

So theoretically, that would be forwarding?

Yes, theoretically, it would be forwarding, copying, replicating, and disseminating confidential Apple information. However, it is only the "Copyright Notice" portion of the confidential material. I have every reason to believe that Apple would have no objection to somebody sharing the fact that Apple protects their intellectual property with copyright. Smile

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Re: So theoretically, that would

So theoretically, that would be forwarding?

Yes, theoretically, it would be forwarding, copying, replicating, and disseminating confidential Apple information. However, it is only the "Copyright Notice" portion of the confidential material. I have every reason to believe that Apple would have no objection to somebody sharing the fact that Apple protects their intellectual property with copyright. Smile

Moot point. Image signatures have potential to become absurdly annoying. Images in sigs are now being converted into a link to the image.

-BDub

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