Think Different on Apple v. Does

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Date: Monday, June 13th, 2005, 01:02
Category: Opinion

Ben FranklinSurfette: Children have nearly cured me of swearing. In public. But sometimes only profanity will serve. Yesterday’s performance by Apple Computer comes to mind. This post is designed for non-technology journalists who continue to hold bloggers at an arm’s distance. I’m here to recommend you become familiar with the performance of a company where the formerly fruity aroma has grown overripe.
Ben Apple’s perfomance stinks and Ben Franklin is still right. No, I’m not talking about the gasp-inducing confirmation by Apple Founder Steve Jobs that the company will in fact use Intel chips in Macs. I’m talking about the fact that even though CNET broke the story of this major trade secret, a secret so hot that John Paczkowski lead his blog this morning with the headline, “Wells Fargo? Yes, I’d like to stop payment on a check,” not a single peep has been heard about any Apple plans to sue CNET or Reporter Stephen Shankland for revealing a trade secret. Read More…


Ben FranklinSurfette: Children have nearly cured me of swearing. In public. But sometimes only profanity will serve. Yesterday’s performance by Apple Computer comes to mind. This post is designed for non-technology journalists who continue to hold bloggers at an arm’s distance. I’m here to recommend you become familiar with the performance of a company where the formerly fruity aroma has grown overripe.
Ben Apple’s perfomance stinks and Ben Franklin is still right. No, I’m not talking about the gasp-inducing confirmation by Apple Founder Steve Jobs that the company will in fact use Intel chips in Macs. I’m talking about the fact that even though CNET broke the story of this major trade secret, a secret so hot that John Paczkowski lead his blog this morning with the headline, “Wells Fargo? Yes, I’d like to stop payment on a check,” not a single peep has been heard about any Apple plans to sue CNET or Reporter Stephen Shankland for revealing a trade secret. Read More…

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