An American in Tokyo

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Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
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Tokyo is the greatest electric light parade on the planet, the world’s consumer electronics epicenter. I was pleased to discover while traveling last week that it’s also a haven for Macdom, even when there’s no expo in town.

Apple is all over Japan. Eight-story tall banners advertising the new iMacs graced electronics stores in Akihabara and Shinjuku. JR train cars were plastered inside with Aqua and ice-colored ads for the iBook. I even saw men and women of various ages sporting Apple-logo shirts and clothing.

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More Apple Retail Locations

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Japanese User Builds iBook Into Zero Halliburton Case

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RoadTools Announces CoolPads in White

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PowerBook G4 Wins Gold IDEA Award

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Mac OS 10.0.4 Update Imminent

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SETI@home Server Outages Continue

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DVD Playback for Mac OS X is Here, Kinda

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Tokyo, Tokyo, Come in Tokyo

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MacHack: Light Sleeper Hack For PBG4

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