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disectamac Dec 30, 1999 04:46 AM
iMac on the History Channel...
I'm watching the history channel...and on one of the Time Lab 2000 Factoid things....you know the one where the old guy comes on like he's hosting a Beyond 2000 show and says some interesting fact or other about history...

Well He was holding up an iMac Keyboard and said somthing about the history about the keyboard layout and behind him was a Bondi Blue iMac.....and next to it a really ancient Typewriter.....don't ask why I'm watching the History Channel at 4:30 in the morning.
 
Gregg Dec 30, 1999 08:39 AM
Ok, I'll take the bait.

Why are you watching the History Channel at 4 AM?
 
disectamac Jan 7, 2000 11:39 PM
ok, I really think that Sam Walters (the guy from Time Lab 2000) is seriously attached to that iMac....he used it again on his 1 minute of fame on the History Channel when he was talking about the history of the World Wide Web.
 
Gregg Jan 10, 2000 08:53 AM
And this was at 3 AM?
 
dbogdan Jan 15, 2000 10:31 PM
Actually, on the East Coast that would be about 5 AM...
 
disectamac Jan 16, 2000 05:18 PM
Ok, For anyone remotely interested in the History Channel....They have some killer programming on tonight!! From the secrets of the Special Forces to the secrets of the CIA...join the History channel as they take you inside the Pentagon and reveal now unclassified information never seen before!!!YEAH!!! I love that channel.
 
MacLight Jan 17, 2000 11:32 PM
The Timelab2000 guy is Sam Waterston, who gets more than one minute in his role on Law & Order, and starred on the Broadway stage for many years.
 
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