Back on the ads, Apple is successful because they have identified the pain many Windows users have faced and they lampoon the image long branded to the PC. This bridges a connection with the audience - you understand my pain.
Originally Posted by Virgil-TB2
I don't think so.
Personally, I am already tired as heck of hearing Billy G. and Microsoft drop hints about what a big deal philanthropist he is. All he has done is give away some of his...
Originally Posted by ascii
I don't want to start a flame war, but I spend about half my time in Windows (at work) and the other half in OS X (at home), and there are a *few* things I like better in Windows:
- Load/save dialogs...
Originally Posted by solipsism
(...and I really hate puns!)
SWEET! For all the amazing tech insight you provide, thanks for laugh.
don't worry, you'll schnapp out of it in no time.
It is interesting to see how Apple can continue to keep a fairly tight lid on these announcements despite the many countries involved in the mfg/production of their computers. Have been awaiting this announcement since January MW.......
And here we have a classic example of the difference between talking about doing something and actually doing said thing. Talking about "connecting" is not the same thing as connecting.
What if they took the campaign funds...
Originally Posted by Wiggin
I saw the commercial for the first time last night. In all seriousness, I felt like I was watching Grumpy Old Men. Not that they were grumpy, but Gates and Seinfeld both looked very old. Unless they...
Originally Posted by justflybob
Whatever happened to penalizing attorneys and plaintiffs for filing frivolous lawsuits?
Apple is coming out with a new 64-bit app for Snow Leopard called iKarma to deal with this very issue....
Originally Posted by extremeskater
Sorry I cam back to edit I actually assume you knew wath Crysis was being a Macbook user.
Crysis in the apple world means waiting for MBP upgrade Jan 08 only to find it still not out at June...