Member for 11 years
Last seen more than 10 years ago
An avid Machead since the late '80s who experienced his first Mac when he drifted from architecture to graphic design and still earns a bit of extra income as a graphic designer.
Several old Macs populate the computer graveyard upstairs, ranging from a (tangerine) clamshell iBook to a 21" White iMac whose graphic board gave up the ghost. Currently active gear consists of a (late '09) 24" iMac, a 13" white MacBook (pre unibody), an Airport Extreme base station controlling a home wireless network, a plethora of external drives, both hardwired and wireless, and a recently acquired iPhone 4.
The MacBook's main job is to satisfy my long-term passion for Classical music. It runs iTunes which wirelessly accesses my digital library of over 1500 albums and connects via an Apogee Duet DAC to the hi-fi system. Downloading high-res music has become a bit of an obsession, serviced quite nicely thank you by a handful of excellent classical download sites.
Where would DublinJimbo be without Apple? Much worse off, that's for sure.