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Wow. Are you really thinking that people didn't buy Apple products in Brasil until now? One of the reasons Apple opened their store is also because people are already accustomed to Apple products. As if there were no tech stores in that country. Ridiculous. http://www.fnac.com.br/Lojas.aspx
Also, I understand Apple stores are nice places, and deserve to be see. But I wouldn't wait hours to see an opening. Moreover, once opened, it only take less than an hour for the store to become accessible by anyone without having to wait.
"Woohoo we can buy stuff we could have bought online and try stuff we could have tried in another store!"
I never understood all this excitement over an opening, it's ridiculous. Ok, it's cool, but, in the end, it's just a computer company, a business. Do people do that when Ferrari opens a new store? Are you really debating on what 'thousands' means?
I did (and I actually checked the Photoshop folder when I wrote my comment). But in my totally unscientific approach it seemed to me that ms did worse.
 Numbers is really really horrible for using with big spreadsheets. I don't do that myself, but I can't see anyone using for serious accountability work due to its inability to quickly manage big data. http://mjtsai.com/blog/2013/10/27/numbers-13-performance/ They have to do something about it. The UI is great and it could be so much better.
I wouldn't want to bash MS just because, but they are so easy to bash. I'm still shocked that of ALL the applications I've installed on my Mac, the Office suite is the ONLY ONE that doesn't follow the Apple philosophy. All apps manage to hide all their configuration files into a container, ALL, even those from very small developers. MS developers, well, they didn't care about that, so there's this big folder full of stuff that no user should see. It's baffling. They can't...
 I still think they might increase the overall size of the phone just a little tiny bit. Why go from 4 to 4.5 when you can go to 5 for just a little bigger?
 I work for them, and I don't see what the problem is with it. They go and fight the illegal japanese fishing boats that kills hundreds of whales each year for example. They are they only ones doing it. And it's important. They are the ones showing that it's super easy to access nuclear facilities, even by air.
I don't know what you are talking about. They treat all companies the same. http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/campaigns/climate-change/cool-it/Campaign-analysis/Guide-to-Greener-Electronics/
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