On Monday I’ll take out a 6-month aquatic membership at the local spirts centre. My physiotherapist has given me a range of exercises to do over a 40 minute period although he suggested I restrict it to 30 at the first visit. Apparently when I start feeling the effects of gravity there’s going to be some pain involved.
As long as I make 2 or more visits weekly, it’s going to be cheaper to do so as a member than as a Casual visitor.

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Nope. Unfortunately.

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Social v5 as seen by my PB 12".

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Mac User Group celebrates its 40th birthday this year: I'll be bringing a few old Macs to a meeting venue: Mac Classic II; Pismo G3 PowerBook; Titanium G4 PowerBook; 15-inch G4 PowerBook & the pride of the fleet, the 12-inch G4 PowerBook. I know the PowerBooks all work, not so sure about the Classic, though. I'll have to check that one.

Think of it as an integrated heatsink.

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All clear in that respect, have added a different form of the same medication as advised by my GP. Now using eyedrops morning & early afternoon, followed by the ointment at night.

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Dunno. I've been avoiding such things anyway because of the headaches brought on by the infection. Conjunctivitis is very contagious, I have to know if I have to avoid people for a time or not.

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Conjunctivitis treatment continues, it's helping, I have less pain, my eyeballs no longer feel too big for the sockets. Seeing my GP in 9 hours to inform him of the affliction, its diagnosis & treatment & to confirm it's OK to keep it up.

Faster processor (1.5 GHz vs 1.42 GHz) & higher system bus speed (167 MHz vs 142 MHz) & a faster 64 MB VRAM video card vs a 32 MB one in the iBook are all contributing factors. Both used the same PC2700 333 MHz RAM, the iBook could have 1.5 GB vs the 12-in PowerBook's 1.25 GB.
Geekbench 2 figures put the PowerBook slightly ahead at 725 vs 713.

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