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Sun Jul 1, 2001 - 8:10 PM EDT - By James Hromadka

More than just editing

Kenneth Crandall editingVideo editing was not the only technology that the VisorCentral staff utilized on the trip. At the hotel, there was one phone line that four people needed to use to check email and the Discussion Forums. With two PC laptops running Windows 98 and two Mac notebooks, we knew that it would be an interesting setup.

After connecting the machines to an ethernet hub, the PowerBook along with BrickHouse was used as an Internet connection point for the other machines. We were even able to copy a file from a PC to a Mac by using the FTP server built into Mac OS X. The dialup connection was slow but we were able to all use the Internet at the same time. I was always happy with my PowerBook purchase -- this trip has now made it one of the best purchases in my life.

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