A customer glances around the austere concrete-and-glass store, which offers two unoccupied HP PCs (with labels that read "For Power Users Only") and display case after display case filled with shimmering CDs, with names such as: Business Suite, NetWeaver, BusinessObjects Edge, Business ByDesign, Crystal Reports, Service-Oriented Architecture and lots more.
Clearly, Apple has little to fear."
"Had to climb on my mother's roof once. It was so fun. I actually saw a naked neighbor girl."
"I went up to the top of a mountain and worked for a week from a tent."
"E-mails with the purported mock-up started making the rounds in 2004. The image is doctored more times than Michael Jackson's nose.
Computers don't actually think. You just think they think. (We think.)