Yipeee! I've got Brand Infection.
… you know it must be Apple Inc. Picture taken in the Missouri School of Journalism (via Digg)
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[...] I’ve recently read that Apple posted a market share gain this past year, reaching over 8% of the world’s personal computers. Even though in some places Apple computers are still very rare, you can look at the picture here to see how this is different in North America. [...]
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Nice shoot and nice Apple Inc
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[...] Friday October 5th • IT Business I’ve recently read that Apple posted a market share gain this past year, reaching over 8% of the world’s personal computers. Even though in some places Apple computers are still very rare, you can look at the picture here to see how this is different in North America. [...]
Mac users are just too overwhelmed by the abundance of choices and the ensuing confusion that a right click button brings to their lives.
of course i’m kidding. but its true. not really, but no, but yes, but, no… see… macs don’t have right click buttons.
on a serious note; they choose macs because they are expensive and hold value and look pretty; not because they are super awesome machines. I just recall when I wanted to buy my sis a usb camera so she could skype family overseas. Well, come to find out, most cameras you can buy in a “store”, aren’t supported by macs. Though there is a mac driver (i forget what its called), it wouldn’t work. So, my point is simply this, you get what you pay for and that’s it. No upgrades, no mods, no soup for you, unless you buy a new macbook. If you think that MS is this evil restrictive company, you haven’t really thought about how tied into apple things mac users are. I don’t have to use anything that’s MS. I can pop in all kinds of brands into a pc; but Mac users are stuck using only apple gear for the entire existence of their lappy. Apple is the prime example of anti-competitive behavior. The only reason they aren’t being rimjobbed (no pun intended) by the antitrust division is because they are still relatively small. In short, what I find is that mac users fail to act in their own best interest.