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"No I wrote it on a Mac. I’ve never used a PC in my life; I don’t like them."

Brian Eno to the BBC last year when asked if he created the Windows 95 startup sound on a PC.

A nice follow up to this and this.

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glennz:

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dirtyrottenapples:

Modern day Renaissance man James Franco has taken on a new project — becoming the face of Samsung’s Galaxy 10.1. In Samsung’s latest ads (actually directed by Franco), the actor shows off his range and lists his many accomplishments. Dirty Rotten Apples has managed to get a sneak peak at a future ad campaign featuring Franco pitching Samsung’s forthcoming PC, the Mack.

dirtyrottenapples:

Modern day Renaissance man James Franco has taken on a new project — becoming the face of Samsung’s Galaxy 10.1. In Samsung’s latest ads (actually directed by Franco), the actor shows off his range and lists his many accomplishments. Dirty Rotten Apples has managed to get a sneak peak at a future ad campaign featuring Franco pitching Samsung’s forthcoming PC, the Mack.

dirtyrottenapples:

It turns out Orbitz isn’t the only website offering fancier options to Mac users.

This is a post we made for Slacktory.com. See the rest THERE

cutlerish:

missing-e:

I was recently asked about what kind of computer I use to develop Missing e.
The answer is: a Mac.
I find too many people expect to find developers working away on a Windows (or maybe Linux) computer. That’s not always the case! Don’t forget that OS X is a Unix-based operating system with a lot going on under the pretty, pretty interface.
Missing e is developed on a MacBook and tested for all browsers on Mac, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Ubuntu Linux machines.

I did my thesis research on a MacBook, too. We’re talking low-level system coding here. I would have wanted to shoot myself doing that on a Windows box.

Awesome.

cutlerish:

missing-e:

I was recently asked about what kind of computer I use to develop Missing e.

The answer is: a Mac.

I find too many people expect to find developers working away on a Windows (or maybe Linux) computer. That’s not always the case! Don’t forget that OS X is a Unix-based operating system with a lot going on under the pretty, pretty interface.

Missing e is developed on a MacBook and tested for all browsers on Mac, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Ubuntu Linux machines.

I did my thesis research on a MacBook, too. We’re talking low-level system coding here. I would have wanted to shoot myself doing that on a Windows box.

Awesome.

(Source: toneapproved)

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lorrainecink:

This is just killin’ it.  Some of you improv folks may recognize this guy from Improvised Shakespeare Co.  It seems he has a way with verse, aye?  (This is just really reconfirms my love of all things mac)

“I’m a Mac” by Ross Bryant & TastyTrade

I dislike this sort of overt Mac celebration because it’s the sort of thing that makes PC users hate us. A lot of the stuff celebrated in this video seem frivolous (even though they are not) and will only fuel the PC users who claim Apple products aren’t productive or useful.

I’m a Mac, for shizzle. And if you come to me and ask me about it, I will lay down plenty of reasons why I choose Mac over PC. But I will never go to you and tell you Mac is better than PC. To each his own (although I do feel sorry for those who choose PC route).

That being said, this video is well made and pretty catchy.