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Readers note recent Apple product sightings

updated 01:20 am EST, Fri November 28, 2003

Apple product sightings

Several MacNN readers note recent Apple product sightings and use of Apple products and technologies, including the " documentary; and by Harry Connick, Jr.: "As I type this note, Harry Connick, Jr. is performing in his holiday special for NBC. Back in with his orchestra is an old PowerMac G4 (a pre- Quick Silver model). Also of note, each band member has an all white Apple keyboard and mouse in front of them."




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  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    !!

    pretty soon the whole word will be ours! hahahahaha! -- oh, well. at least until january.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Could...

    Could the iPod be poised to become the name people will use in the future to refer to any mp3 player like they did with the walkman which was (and still is) a Sony brand, and the portable cassette players ?

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Big deal

    Big friggin' deal! This should not even be news...

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Connick uses Macs 4 sheet

    music. Instead of paper sheet music, Connick's orchestra reads the music on a computer screen.

    See:

    http://www.connick.com/hcjr/pages/articles/publications/nytimes040302.shtml

    http://www.macobserver.com/article/2002/03/07.6.shtml

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Timeline

    The archeologist is digging with an iPod.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    whoop di dooo

    doo doo...

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    English usage

    "each band member has an all white Apple keyboard and mouse in front of them"

    "Each" is singular; "them" is plural. It should read "all band members have all white Apple keyboards and mice in front of them." Or, "Each band member has an all white Apple keyboard and mouse in front of him" (or, "him and her").

    Sloppy use of language means less understanding between people and eventually inability to communicate at all.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Listen grammar police...

    I think we got it! Ok? We don't have to sit at our computers and criticize. So chill out.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    Re: English usage

    So does nit picking other people's grammar. Makes them not like you.

  1. MacNN.com Reader

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    re: English Usage

    "Sloppy use of language means less understanding between people and eventually inability to communicate at all. "

    That sentence happens to be a bit awkward, Mr. or Mrs. English 101 s*** Eating a******.

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