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Date: Mon, 06 Nov 2017 19:36:35 -0500
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In article<>, Tony Cooper<> wrote:

> The newspaper in a small town near here has these two Macs on display
> in the lobby.  The desktop unit looks like it could be used by the
> "Jetsons".

that was the 'lamp' imac g4, whose display could swivel/raise into
nearly any position, with its arm doubling as a handle.

the ibook g3 looks very grungy, not something one would expect from a
unit put on display.

the setup was obviously done by a pc user because the mouse is plugged
into the ibook, which already has a built-in trackpad, rather than into
the imac, which is not only positioned sideways, but now has no
pointing device. 

both are from about 15 years ago.