The Apple Core: DIY Mac paint

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Date: Monday, October 23rd, 2006, 08:00
Category: The Apple Core

colorware-macbooks.jpgMany people responded positively to Apple’s latest PRODUCT (RED) iPod nano and further rumors that Apple may release other products in (RED) to support the cause. Customers are becoming optimistic that the return of multi-colored nanos on 12 October could signal that Apple is going to again release more colored enclosures.
While I’m not in a big hurry to return to the Strawberry and Tangerine days of yore (although I still like Sage and Ruby) I like the fact that Apple offers black and white MacBooks and that they’re experimenting with color again in iPods.
If Apple doesn’t offer a Mac or iPod in a color you like, there is a solution: paint it. Not yourself of course, that’d be far too much trouble. Instead leave it to paint professionals like the folks at ColorWare.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.


colorware-macbooks.jpgMany people responded positively to Apple’s latest PRODUCT (RED) iPod nano and further rumors that Apple may release other products in (RED) to support the cause. Customers are becoming optimistic that the return of multi-colored nanos on 12 October could signal that Apple is going to again release more colored enclosures.
While I’m not in a big hurry to return to the Strawberry and Tangerine days of yore (although I still like Sage and Ruby) I like the fact that Apple offers black and white MacBooks and that they’re experimenting with color again in iPods.
If Apple doesn’t offer a Mac or iPod in a color you like, there is a solution: paint it. Not yourself of course, that’d be far too much trouble. Instead leave it to paint professionals like the folks at ColorWare.
Read the rest of the story on my ZDNet Blog: The Apple Core.

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