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Jun 25, 2004, 10:05 PM
 
I'll start this thread off with Richard E. Grant's experience with them.

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PowerBook & I

By Paul Hooper

Richard E Grant, best-known for his role as unemployable actor Withnail in the 1987 classic movie ‘Withnail & I’, said he made the decision to become a Mac user to stop him becoming a ‘historical curiosity’.

“A stills photographer on a film saw me clacking away on a portable typewriter, and warned me that I was at serious risk of becoming an historical curiosity unless I bought an Apple Mac laptop,” explains Richard.

Richard bought his first Apple laptop in the early 1990s and has “upgraded ever since, every three years."

"I’m currently using a PowerBook G4, and am longing to have the latest version that can burn its own DVDs.

“I initially bought Macs as I was advised they were idiot-proof, and being a natural techno-saurus, took the bait. I was very alarmed some years ago when it was rumoured that Apple itself was going the way of the dinosaurs, but very happy to have had my loyalty rewarded with faultless design, ease of use, tactile, colourful, jube-jube looking iBooks, the utterly brilliant iPod jiggle-free music library, and the large screen for DVDs.”

The End?

While being a fan of Macs for well over a decade now Richard has had the occasional serious problem. “I wrote a novel some time ago, and had resolutely backed up as I went along, but neglected to print out any of the pages until I typed THE END. Fast-forward six months and publisher's advance half spent, I scroll back to the first page to begin editing. Half way down the first paragraph, the screen freezes, then goes blank. Panic stations. I dutifully try all the things I have been trained to do. Half an hour later, I thought I was having a seizure, then vomited violently. Into the car and down to the Apple guys I had bought my machine from. 'No problem' was the word from on high.

“Two weeks later and a couple of grand 'lighter', they had unscrambled the text with one small problem. Every letter was joined together and the letter 'V' missing. As the main character's name began with a ‘V’, I was ready to throttle anyone. Plus all my back-up floppy discs had an indelible fault so no salvation there. Having gone every colour in the anger spectrum, I asked if it was my fault, to which came the calm reply - 'these things happen. Airports get shut down. Don't take it personally'. Since which time, floppy discs are brontosauri and I print everything just in case.”

With mail

Richard’s childhood was spent in Africa, having been born in Swaziland, and he has been a lifelong letter-writer to keep in contact with friends who moved away - though he admits that “the advent of the Internet and email has been revolutionary.”

“One of my best friends, whom I last saw when I was 13, left to live in Perth and not long after I wrote to him asking to have news of Australia and his new life out there. 33 years later, having tracked me via my old school Web site, he replied with 'Sorry this is a bit late in coming, mate'. Then when I did a film in Sydney, he flew over and we never stopped talking for about 48 hours - so we owe the internet for bridging the gap.”

Having to travel a lot to get to film locations has mean that Richard has become expert at tapping into ISPs abroad. “The relief of getting online when installed in foreign parts is enormous,” Richard explains.

Email has become extremely important to him over the years: “I do all my correspondence on email including dealing with fan stuff, requests from my official Web site, invitations, digital photos, everything.

“It's very useful for sending scripts in seconds via broadband back and forth between London and Los Angeles, whereas even the best of fed-ex can't begin to compete with this. I like the informal immediacy of email, though loathe the landslide of junk-mail that has hit my inbox in the last month.

Someone somewhere thinks I need medical help, Viagra and ways to increase my mortgage, loans and dental care,” describes Richard.

Action!

Macs and the Internet are also helping Richard extend his skills into directing. “I have written a screenplay that I will direct in Africa next spring, and have made an iMovie of the locations with music and basic sound-effects that has been instrumental in getting people involved and seeing what and where they will be working. Invaluable.”

Richard believes that the popularity of Macs in the creative professions is “perhaps to do with the fact that they are so perfectly designed, are very user-friendly, sort of idiot-proof (though I have challenged that myth on a regular basis), and are perceived as the smaller, idiosyncratic, less corporate company, as opposed to the megalith Windows brigade.”

Richard is currently appearing in Stephen Fry’s directorial debut ‘Bright Young Things’ and was able to get some help from the Mac-fanatic Fry while on the set.

“I needed a DVD burned of the iMovie I made of all the African locations I've filmed for my screenplay, and asked Stephen what to do and where to go as my G4 can't burn DVDs. He sent me to his Apple Mac doctor in Tottenham Court Road who was fantastically helpful and got it done there and then in the shop,” explained Richard.

Hiccups

Richard is also very grateful to Macworld magazine, describing how “David Fanning at Macworld has been my laptop doctor and very generously guided me through the techno-squalls that intermittently scramble my brain.

Nothing quite matches the stress when something goes wrong or the sheer relief when it then gets righted.”

Apart from the occasional hiccup Richard is very happy with his Macs though he has one gripe - not with Apple, but with “those bastards who sussed that DVDs could be zoned unlike CDs which are the same worldwide. I would be glad to have a laptop that could switch from zone one to two, to take advantage of Amazon's DVD library of movies.”

Despite this minor niggle Richard is still smitten with his Macs. “Shopping, travelling, home movies, email, mini cinema, music, photo library, script writing, internet surfing - all this magic in a small flat box - it's nothing short of a techno-miracle. Apples forever,” exclaims Richard.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 12:08 AM
 
bob saget is a mac user. so is joey gladstone.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 06:12 AM
 
Ben Stiller was using a powerbook in dodgeball then slammed pizza all over it, kinda made me cringe.
Also on sex and the city the main chick (forget her name) using the prismo i believe.
Also i doubt anyone read that entire first post.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 07:37 AM
 
I think Stuck on You is up there for the most Apple products placed in a movie ... Matt Damon was using a 12" PB in bed, I saw a 17" PB in the movie studio ... I think the guy at the reception in the motel had a 15" PB and there the other siamese twin was listening to an ebook on a iPod towards the end of the movie. And maybe there were some iMac's around somewhere too but I can't remember exactly ...

And in Something's Gotta Give Diane Keaton was typing away on a Ti PB.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 09:04 AM
 
It was a Wallstreet in Sex and The City. Unless it was of those ultra-rare Pismos with the coloured logo.
It died in one episode, and she bought a clamshell iBook, but didn't like it. There were a couple of scenes in an Applestore. She got the old one back at the end.
     
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I should point out, that I am ashamed to know all that.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 09:11 AM
 
There is a TV show in the UK called 'Room 101'. I think its a reference to 1984.

Anyway, a celeb comes on, and picks ten things in life which really irritate them. They then have to make the case for each thing on their list, and if they can get the audience and the host to agree with them, then that thing is forever banished to room 101, never to bother them again. (Obviously not really.)

The aformentioned Stephen Fry went on it once, and after arguing for a few things he didn't like, decided to change the format of the entire show and call it 'Room Lovely' so he could pick something he liked.
What did he put into 'Room Lovely'?

The (CRT) iMac.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 09:48 AM
 
Mel Gibson is using a Pismo in What Women Want; Jeff Goldblum has one in Independence Day.
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Jun 27, 2004, 11:45 AM
 
Originally posted by an0therdumbsn:
Ben Stiller was using a powerbook in dodgeball then slammed pizza all over it, kinda made me cringe.
odd that it was the pizza falling onto the powerbook that made you cringe and not what he was doing/planning on doing with the pizza.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 02:33 PM
 
24.
Mission: Impossible.
Star Trek: Enterprise (though you don't see them, there are cubes and things everywhere, though no PBs).
Will and Grace (The one with Michael Douglas).
Friends (Chandler has one though the logo is covered up).

Apple should do a TV show of their own. 'Weekly Mac News" or something. I guess they could tack it onto an iTunes Chart Show...
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 02:37 PM
 
They are using Powerbooks in the movie Hackers. The PB`s have a trackball in the frame of the screen?!
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Jun 27, 2004, 02:47 PM
 
in the movie showtime there are powerbook commercials playing behind some guys talking, i cant remember who, and countless other shots of macs.
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Jun 27, 2004, 02:55 PM
 
I always see PB, display in 24.
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 03:36 PM
 
On MTV there's a reality show called the "Newlyweds" starring Jessica Simpson and Nick Lechey. Nick Lechey is a MacUser. He uses his own 12" Powerbook on almost every show.
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forgot to add austin powers.
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Seinfeld had a mac and upgraded as the series progressed.
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Originally posted by hubert:
bob saget is a mac user.
Now there is a strong argument to remain faithful to the PC
     
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Jun 27, 2004, 06:44 PM
 
Star Trek: Enterprise (though you don't see them, there are cubes and things everywhere, though no PBs).
how do you know there there if you cant see them?

Are all the computer animations of the screens and stuff run off macs then?? Little confused!!

ooo i know a famous (mildly famous to a select few) person who uses Macs....Steve Jobs!!

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Originally posted by Waragainstsleep:
Star Trek: Enterprise (though you don't see them, there are cubes and things everywhere, though no PBs).
like so ...

     
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Originally posted by effgee:
like so ...

thats a nice picture and all but really doesn't look anything like the set of star trek.
     
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umm...i think that picture is quite obviousy a joke.
     
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"Jeff Goldblum has one in Independence Day."

EVERYBODY has one in Independence Day. (Even the Aliens apparently as JG's mac connects to their netwrk no problem.
     
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Kevin Smith (writer and director of MallRats, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, etc.) is a huge mac fan. Ben affleck is using an iMac I believe at one point in J&S Strike back. I also saw an interview with Kevin Smith on "The Screensavers" where he said that he has a 17" Powerbook in his bedroom, a 12" PB in the bathroom, as well as a G5 in his office along with his wife's iMac.
     
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my friend francine told me that liberace's twin brother is a mac user
     
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Actually those cubes are ran in another room, they're the driving force of the monitors and other screens that are seen in the show.
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The character C.J. Craig on the West Wing uses a TiBook. The Apple logo is covered up by a presidential seal. Various other actors on the show have used Macs too the presidential secretary played by Lilly Tomlin has had a flat panel iMac on her desk at various times during the show.
     
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Forgot to mention, the best place to see Macs and laugh is go to Microsoft's website and look at the various pictures of people using computers buried around the site. The still have them using macs
     
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Buffy had a lot of Apple Mac placements in the series.
     
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How bout the Drew Carey show, he has all of the Apple logos covered up but has an iBook in the background of his house and (depending on when it was aired) is constantly using either the cube or iMac at work.
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Sinbad (what ever happened to him ?) was a big mac geek back in the day according to interviews I read about him.
     
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What movie was it that actually had an ad for the Powerbook running on a TV screen?
     
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Originally posted by Andrew Stephens:
Even the Aliens apparently as JG's mac connects to their netwrk no problem.
well you know, macs are just that way, besides, i think it was a winblows machine if it got a virus.

Originally posted by JHromadka:
What movie was it that actually had an ad for the Powerbook running on a TV screen?
that would be showtime, like i said earlier
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Was it Tom Hanks or Meg Ryan who uses a powerbook in "You've got mail"?
     
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The star trek pics are not jokes or fakes, they were posted on the Apple hotnews a while back if I recall. The Enterprise really is run by Cubes.
     
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Originally posted by southtdi:
The character C.J. Craig on the West Wing uses a TiBook. The Apple logo is covered up by a presidential seal. Various other actors on the show have used Macs too the presidential secretary played by Lilly Tomlin has had a flat panel iMac on her desk at various times during the show.
The script writer Aaron Sorkin or something like that was on one of the videos that apple released about the 17" talking about how wonderful it was, and how he wrote all his stuff on macs.
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I know the Pismo made an appearance in the movie Traffic. Pamela Anderson former show VIP had Apples all over the place. Even the Cube was in there a lot. In a NY Times cover earlier this yearh, there was picture of John Kerry and some of his staff and smack dab in the middle of them was a powerbook and some pc laptop that shall remain nameless. CSI uses powerbooks every now and then though they have a tendency to cover up the Apple logo.
     
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Originally posted by RageAPC:
Kevin Smith (writer and director of MallRats, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, etc.) is a huge mac fan. Ben affleck is using an iMac I believe at one point in J&S Strike back.
it wasn't an imac. There was a cinema display in that scene, and there was a cinema display at that internet kiosk in the mooby restaurant too.

::remembers the message jay and bob posted::

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I went to see the Boston show on Skinny Puppy's new tour weekend before last. cEvin Key was running all of the loops and samples with a 17" Powerbook running Logic.
     
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Originally posted by southtdi:
The character C.J. Craig on the West Wing uses a TiBook. The Apple logo is covered up by a presidential seal. Various other actors on the show have used Macs too the presidential secretary played by Lilly Tomlin has had a flat panel iMac on her desk at various times during the show.
She uses different Laptops as far as I can tell.
The Powerbook is in the Episode where she receives "hate mails".
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Stepford Wives; Shall We Dance.
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Lex Luthor had a Titanium in the beginning of season 1 of Smallville but then later on changed to a freaking Gateway. Chloe too in the beginning of season 1 had an eMac but changed to Alienware...whats up with that?

The guy with Ice Cube in Barbershop 2 had a PB Al.

All 4 members of Coldplay use powerbooks for their music.

The list goes on...I actually found a link to famous people who are Mac users...

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Nine Inch Nails had two Pismos in their sound booth when I saw them in '99. I've heard Trent Reznor is a big Apple fan. I assume he does most of his work on Macs.

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in the movie "i'll never tell" was michael douglas' wife using a pismo or a wallstreet? she was the bedridden one .. nice legs =P
     
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i never understood why, in movies and television, some cover up the apple logo and some don't. Anybody have any insight into this?
     
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I was watching the first episode of Dark Angel yesterday-the guy in the wheelchair has a Cinema Display and an Apple keyboard-good choice.
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On the Chappelle show, the skit "When keeping it real goes wrong" with the women who answers the phone and its the wrong number blah blah blah, anyways she uses a powerbook to print out a map and whatnot.
     
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Originally posted by cloudaj:
it wasn't an imac. There was a cinema display in that scene, and there was a cinema display at that internet kiosk in the mooby restaurant too.

::remembers the message jay and bob posted::

lol
ah yes, my bad. It's been a while since I watched the movie .

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Originally posted by Jwylie:
On the Chappelle show, the skit "When keeping it real goes wrong" with the women who answers the phone and its the wrong number blah blah blah, anyways she uses a powerbook to print out a map and whatnot.
i also saw an ibook on the skit "the internet as a place" the contrast made it completely unable see the logo.
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