For the Mac Book I think you need to use the Mini DVI to video adapter (store.apple.com) and then connect either an s-video cable (or yellow video out chord) to your tv. If you want to also connect audio you'll probably need something like a stereo to RCA cable (radioshack.com). My G4 Powerbook has built in s-video output, so I usually just connect an s-video cable to the tv and a splitter similar to the one above plugged into the headphone jack. The System Prefs make the whole thing pretty simple really. Good luck! :]
(edited by Jericholic53 on 12.11.07 2306) It says so right here in the wcw handbook!
Close enough - the Stanford stats actually say 806, so I guess fahstats and extreme overclocking ones are skipping some idle teams. Getting to 800 means Stanford will start to include more detailed individual info on their data feed (I think)