The iBwee Factor

The blog of Daniel Bird of BirdBrain media.

December 22, 2004

Macintosh 128k vs. TI-89 Titanium

Here is a graph I made comparing the original Macintosh to my graphing calculator.

December 18, 2004


"Crazy Apple Rumor Site" It's a site of crazy Apple rumors, I enjoy it, but it can get dirty. Anywho, I liked the first one on this list.

December 12, 2004

You'll Shoot Your Eye Out

I just watched A Christmas Story. I think it is supposed to be a classic, but I didn't get why it is. The plot seemed so-so, and I nearly fell asleep. Leave Your comments for or against it.

December 09, 2004


My reply to Chris.

Because everyone knows rabbits are evil, especially my rabbit, and that kids shouldn't be looking at them.

December 07, 2004

"I'm going to camp out overnight at the PCshop what to come with me?"
"Sure, why?"
"Because they are going to release a new version of Norton Antivirus."
(from Malcolm in the Middle)

I'm not that much of a nerd am I? I do find myself saying bwee, but I'm not that bad. On another note my gmail account is getting spammed. I created it thinking that I might switch from my yahoo mail to it, but now they both get spam. I now recall my old AOL email; all that ever got was spam. Stupid spammers!

P.S. now my spell checker works, turns out Firefox was blocking it.

December 06, 2004


I got a old LaserWriter printer and network cables from my dad's office. Setting up the network took three steps.

1) Connect the LocalTalk cables through the printer ports.
2)Turn on Apple Talk.
3)Turn on file sharing.

That is all there is to it. I had a little trouble setting it up because I was over compelating it. So thank you Apple for your wonderful, easy to use products.
Networking computers, I give that a bwee^2.

December 02, 2004


If you need to record audio, than you need audacity. I used it to record a live show, and it worked extremely well. The input wasn't great so it don't sound good, but that is not Audacity's fault. Its Windows and Macintosh compatible, and its free! Thanks to Jake for showing it to me.