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  # 234505 12-Jul-2009 23:15
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Tohe,

A good mailing list is a good resource to have for another computing problems

This is the one I use :

http://osxlist.aclearlink.com/OS-X_List/OSXList.html
http://groups.google.com/group/osxlist-discussion-list

If you don't get any help for your problem there just post here or PM me . I'll help if I can and also some other forum regulars here are MacHeads so can offer help in any way they can.

Also osxhints.com is a very good site for tips n tricks.




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  # 234567 13-Jul-2009 09:51
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Thanks honem, much appreciated!

 
 
 
 


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  # 234793 13-Jul-2009 16:21
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I've just found out that SHI, the company that are contracted by my work to provision my MacBook Pro, will be sourcing it from their "New Zealand Supplier". I am assuming this is Renaissance.

Lets hope they give me a nice first impression and get it to me nice n quick :)
My poor 2yo old Compaq is about to die (Good riddance to bad rubbish!)... Had nothing but troubles with it since day 1.

*Tohe bounces with anticipation

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  # 234794 13-Jul-2009 16:27
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Who is SHI? Have they got a website?

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  # 234821 13-Jul-2009 17:32
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pohutukawa: Who is SHI? Have they got a website?


SHI are Software House International.

They're just an international procurement company that we contract for all hardware aquisitions.

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  # 234828 13-Jul-2009 17:50
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Ok thanks.

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  # 235481 15-Jul-2009 09:30
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Can anyone recall when Apple started their own online store in NZ and pulled the plug on the Renaissance version of the Apple Store?

From what I can see online, Renaissance was still running it back in 2006/07

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  # 235503 15-Jul-2009 10:21

Same situation as Tohe...thinking myself about jumping across to Mac..

Good thread!

Watching..watching..

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  # 235555 15-Jul-2009 11:15
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@Tohe> 2007 or thereabouts. That was when Renaissance started relinquishing apple.co.nz and Renaissance needed to change their email addresses from @apple.co.nz to Renaissance ones.

@astina6> If you want to get on with what you want to do as opposed to spending your time making your technology behave, just do it.

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  # 235558 15-Jul-2009 11:16
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Tohe: Can anyone recall when Apple started their own online store in NZ and pulled the plug on the Renaissance version of the Apple Store?



From what I can see online, Renaissance was still running it back in 2006/07



That your moko, or just a photo of something else? Hard to see....

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  # 235578 15-Jul-2009 11:44
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pohutukawa: That your moko, or just a photo of something else? Hard to see....


It's not mine no.
I do have some kirituhi (non traditional māori tattoos) but I'm in the process of working with an artist from my marae on my traditional moko

The pic is just a bit of my "Māori Represent" Wink

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  # 235582 15-Jul-2009 11:49
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Ah ok.

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