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Old 01-06-2008, 12:11 PM   #8
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There are some knowledgeable people there, including ex-Apple employees (at least one of them a programmer).
I browsed around a bit and the Mac sections certainly look useful (I recognize a few names as well, heehee).

So, I created an account, and I find that as soon as I log in, all messages disappear - messages that I can read just fine (and counters indicate exist) when not logged in. And of course I cannot start a topic either. I did click the confirmation link in the email. What the h*(&^*$%#^%$ ???

There's useful stuff to read, but I'd like to ask a question, too.

   
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