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It was a good meeting. I like the one man trying to bait him into going down the big screen TV road. He told the questioner to buy a 99 dollar ATV and match it with his big screen TV.
Gawd, I wish they'd stop saying 800 million users. There are 800 million ACCOUNTS! A big difference. I know people on FB that have three, four accounts, even more.......
That's the difference between RIM (and others), and Apple. RIM, "we can't do it". >Sigh< It does not get done. Apple, "We can't do it"... SJ, "Yes we can"! And they do,,,,,,
We'll just get a little closer to shore so we can wave.....
The Beiber and the banker. This should be good.....
I believe it was the iMac. Steve wanted a slot loading CD player, but one of his techs said that a tray loader was better, as the upcoming CD-Rs were tray loaders. Steve, of course ruled the day. That was a rare instance SJ got it wrong.
That's what the buggy and whip makers said about the horseless carriage......
The other reason Jobs was pushed aside is that he wanted to turn Apple into a consumer electronics company, selling more than just the Macintosh. Good thing he was stopped in time!!! (Sarcasm)
A good question. I used windows from back in the days of DOS. I Bought the first Gen iPod touch, and later the first gen iPhone. From there I bought and iMac and MacBook in 2008, and I've never looked back. In the business world people are being exposed to Macs in the work place, because they are running windows. The workers see the Mac in action, buy one for their personal use. The tide to Mac products grows and grows. The point is, that the transition to intel made...
Yes, they are. Macs were very much a niche product when they were running Power PC processors. But now, thanks to the move to intel, they are in areas that they would never have been before. It's not necessarily that people are running windows on them, it's that they CAN. Let's not forget the fact that Windows still dominates the market, 80 plus per cent or whatever it is. I call on a business that I see as a metaphor for the computer world. It was an office of 50 or...
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