iMac: A Critic Casts his eye to the Future

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Date: Monday, July 30th, 2001, 12:26
Category: Archive

I have a confession to make. I just bought an iMac. Don’t worry, it isn’t for me, not this colorful little daisy. Once a man goes Powerbook he doesn’t go back. This is for the sales staff. Staff that has never really used a Mac before, and in general, has little computer experience. And you know what? For a person who has never cared for the iMac, I am impressed.

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TiBook HDD: Philips Milk of Titanium

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Date: Monday, July 30th, 2001, 12:14
Category: Archive

Caveat: Don’t try this at home unless you feel confident you can tear apart a US$2500 piece of equipment and put it back together without pieces left over. If you would like some of the following behaviors performed on your Ti by an experienced Mac tech, this is a service I provide (to those in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area only). Contact me for exciting details.

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Thoughts of the Future of PDAs

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Date: Monday, July 30th, 2001, 12:36
Category: Archive

You might want to check out the following article in Unstrung (“When Can iPAQ My PC and Cell Phone Away?” It contains some interesting speculation regarding potential PDA evolution and some of the factors that may steer it.

The most valid point is that a lot of us need the functionality of our mobile phones and our laptops, and we will continue to carry at least those two devices (maybe in addition to a PDA) until somebody makes a single device that can replace the two or three that we are currently using.

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OfficeXP Ad: The Author Responds

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Date: Monday, July 30th, 2001, 12:13
Category: Archive

Remember our story on the ad for Microsoft OfficeXP (“OfficeXP Ad Targets Legal Profession“)? CopyGuy, the author of the ad in question reads Go2Mac and wrote us in response…

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