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Interesting 
Mai lives.? Web site back up
Posted on 27-May-2005 6:31:14
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just thought I'd check things out, and the Mai web site is back up and running.

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So all those that took the piss out of those that were saying its likely to be a website issue rather than the company folding up, going bankrupt, the world ending and the sky falling should now apologise?

Shurely Shome Mishtake!

 
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Posted on 27-May-2005 6:39:22
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@Wiffy

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So all those that took the piss out of those that were saying its likely to be a website issue rather than the company folding up, going bankrupt, the world ending and the sky falling should now apologise?


Something like that !

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Posted on 27-May-2005 7:30:30
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@Interesting

Interestingly enough (SCNR ) all the links to chipsets and mainboards are dead, but they do mention a new "articia MP" and "magicia" chipsets. Hollywood-level hacking (ie playing around with URLs ) did not yield any info though.

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LOL, did you go into /mothership/upload and manage to take over a starship cruiser?

 
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Posted on 27-May-2005 7:33:48
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@Wiffy


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Posted on 27-May-2005 7:59:31
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@thread

Is it me or has the news been reset to quite an old version?
This is what shows up for the last entry in Archive.org (07/11/2004)
Quote:
How smart?
Discover the most virus-proof, low-maintenance, and cost-efficient way to eliminate all your headaches with that troublesome office network.

9/15/2004: Mai Logic UNveiled the SMART TERMINAL at the Modern Computing Technology and Product Demonstration Forum IN CHINA

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@CodeSmith

Ah but did you use HollywoodOS with Hollywood Browser?

ok, i'll get my coat

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@Housey

Actually, I used my iBook to route packets though the mothership's compromised central processor. They were running a pre-SP5 version of EvilAlienOS (tm) so it was easy to find an exploit with a simple Google search.

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Posted on 27-May-2005 8:24:07
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Quote:
Articia MP Family:
Articia MP will be the first chipset adapting DCA (Direct Chip Attachment) technology in the industry. Its large-scale embedded DRAM will enable revolutionary DRAM support and protection.

Magicia Family:
Magicia will be the first SOP (Silicon On Package) chip and its highly integrated system will provide the highest PowerPC system performance in one single standard BGA package.


They seem alive

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Posted on 27-May-2005 9:30:34
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@ikir

just as a live as elvis.

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@Wiffy

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So all those that took the piss out of those that were saying its likely to be a website issue rather than the company folding up, going bankrupt, the world ending and the sky falling should now apologise?


That would be nice

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@CodeSmith

Much promise show you young Jedi.

OK, enough....

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Posted on 27-May-2005 9:49:37
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@Toaks

4000 posts TiAjs! Well trolled

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balis 
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Posted on 27-May-2005 9:54:56
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They don't seem so alive...

Lots of broken links

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Posted on 27-May-2005 9:59:52
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@balis

Well it's much better than no site at all. They are starting to get it back up.

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Posted on 27-May-2005 10:08:54
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The references to articia mp and magicia have been there for years.

-edit-

Also i wouldn't really call announcing new products alive untill they actually release some of the ones they've announced previously.

Last edited by Turambar on 27-May-2005 at 10:17 AM.

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Posted on 27-May-2005 11:47:58
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Now, that is prototypical.

If the website is gone, everybody is yelling "MAI is dead. MAI is dead". The disappearance of the site was enough to "prove" that.

If the website comes up again, people are yelling "MAI is still dead. MAI is still dead. They are only alive if they release a product".

Now I am waiting for someone to come up with a stupid catchphrase like "There was no MAI in April".

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Posted on 27-May-2005 11:49:29
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@Rogue

Actually, that IS a pretty amusing catch-phrase

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Posted on 27-May-2005 11:50:25
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@Rogue

You know, "there is no Mai without website"? SCNRR.

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