I have never seen so many Apple Cinema Displays, screenshots of OS X in action, an iBook and iMac, Powerbook G4s........it was like they filmed parts of the movie in an Apple Store. <br><br>Good movie too....I give it a solid B. <br>
No kidding?<br><br>I saw a bunch of stuff about it in MacWorld and the artwork and technology looked really cool, but the trailer was kinda boring and he looked like a cartoon to me?<br><br>If you say it was good, maybe I'll check it out then...<br><br>
I loved the rage...He was doing what we've all felt like doing from time to time:<br><br>To our computers while using dial-up back in the day...<br><br>To slow-@ss drivers in the fast lane...<br><br>To any product that just won't function properly..<br><br>
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<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>It was the most Apple product placement since Jurassic Park and Mission:Impossible 1. <p><hr></blockquote><p>Didn't you see the Fox TV series "24" for the last 2 seasons? Macs EVERYWHERE!!!<br><br>
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We get a strange little comic strip here, called Non Sequitur, that right now has its characters up inheaven, telling God the story of how they died. Well, I noticed today that God has an Apple computer to control the universe <br><br><br><br>Great wits are sure to madness near allied.--John Dryden, "Absalom and Achitophel"
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Actually, Apple has a PR person whose sole function in life is to get Apple products on TV and on the big screen. She's a lobbyist in the true sense of the word. She's a wheeler dealer who is constantly looking for Apple opportunities. Again, this too, is an area where Apple competes with great gusto to capitalize on the presentation of all things Apple but now finds itself having to share the spotlight with the likes of Compaq and Dell because it all of a sudden dawns on them that "Hey! Wasn't that an Apple Computer I saw?" is pretty powerfull stuff.<br><br><br><br>"640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates
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