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Developing the 2015 Macbook

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Armando Ferreira described this video he posted as “an Apple engineer explains how they developed the new 2015 Macbook and the day Tim Cook saw it for the first time.” Since it’s in Spanish, you’ll have to rely on the brilliant subtitles.

If you understand Spanish, you will probably have to watch twice, to keep the subtitles and the actual story straight. If you can neither read English nor understand spoken Spanish, you will still laugh because everyone else does.

This concerns me a bit. I need to figure out which laptop to send my kid to college with. It should have the features she needs without going overboard. In other words, what other students are using. Any suggestions? -via Viral Viral Videos

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Things are so different now. My dorm had 260 girls, one TV, three channels. No one watched it much. We had at least a dozen phones, one at end of each hall, but a call had to go through the school switchboard, so they could make sure we paid for any long-distance calls.
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"I'd just as soon she not watch TV..."

Good luck with that ;) If she's going to live in a dorm, there will be a tv in every room in the hall.

Lots of graphic designers I know use Macs for the software. If she plans on taking notes with the computer, get her the smallest one, and she can set up a docking station at home.
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I've had two Mac Minis. The second one the kids are using now, even though it's totally obsolete. Not a bad deal, considering the price, but a student really needs a portable to take to class.
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Since the decision is to get a Mac, let me put in a plug for the Mac Mini. Unless a laptop is an absolute requirement, the Mini is as (or more) powerful, has more connectivity, connects to cheap peripherals and is one third the cost. Besides, no one want to steal them.

As for backup, here is a link for 5GB of free online storage: iDrive
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