Apple's Diplomatic Core - C|NET Special Report

Happy 20th Birthday Macintosh!!! Why not read about it at C|NET? This column has a good point - Apple no longer just makes its hardware and software available on the Mac. I am really glad for this to be honest, but having the iPod and iTunes on Windows is definitely something that is a difference in thinking at Apple.

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Dave:

You do realize that it's "Mac's" 20th birthday, not Apple's? Apple has been around since at least 1979, probably earlier than that. That's when I bought my first computer... an Apple ][.

OK, I will admit, it was about 4:30 in the AM, so I wasn't thinking strait. So yes, I meant to say Mac, not Apple :-P .

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