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Thursday, August 19, 2004

Making an Internet Machine.

Before move forward to Rochester, I am trying to spend time with the family. I am at my parent’s house making an internet machine. Basically I took their computer (Athlon 1150) and removed everything. Installed MS XP SP2, Mcafee, Office 2003, Spybot / addaware and Kazaa Lite. This should last them for two years after which I will get bored with my p4 and give it to them. I also recently purchased a laptop R3000Z Compaq, not a bad machine if you get it around 850$ fully equipped (Thanks for
I will be in Boston with the grandparents next week, then go and chill with my fiancé, before heading to Rochester on Friday Sept 3rd.


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