There must be a lot of TiBook users out there who are busy making movies. Movies for the small or the big screen, the PowerBook screen, anything is possible. Now there’s good news for them and other PowerBook owners that need a really good computer bag. Portabrace is a company that makes a zillion different protective bags and sleeves for cameras, tripods and everything else on a movie set.
I have to start out by saying that I am not really a backpack kind of person and never have been. With one exception – my LL Bean backpack (the one with the reflective stripe on it) which carried my textbooks to elementary school in my formative years.
During all of the years I have carried a PowerBook I have elected to carry it in a more traditional “briefcase style” bag – two handles, a shoulder strap and a zipper on top. Most recently my bag of choice has been the Timbuk2 Commuter Messenger Bag with a TiBook sleeve.
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I was one of the first people to order a 17-inch PB right after the keynote who saw an ETA of “30 days” on the Apple Web site. But at the end of the day on 1/7, I also received an email from Apple apologizing for the erroneous information, and the true shipping estimate was 7-10 weeks.
One of the hottest topics of late, what will QuarkXpress look like on OS X, when will it arrive, and will there be any new features? Gene will ask these questions and more on Friday’s The Mac Night Owl LIVE. This is one guest I’m excited to hear from, and get my own questions answered.