Date: Monday, February 1st, 1999, 00:00
“Thinking Outside the Beige Box” headlines this weeks “Circuits” section of the New York Times. While flat screens rather than fruit flavors are all the rage in the PC world, the inspiration for creative looking machines still certainly came directly from Apple. The article details the comuter industry’s increasing focus on high margins and industrial design, spurred by the success of the iMac. With such quotations as “The iMac has eaten everyone’s lunch,” from creative consultant Lowell Goss at Frog, an industrial design firm, this definately is a must read for iMac fans.
The News Watch briefly heralds QuickTime 4.0’s for its unequalled playback quality.