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Briefly: AAPL upgraded, MS proposal rejected...

updated 01:00 pm EST, Thu March 24, 2005

MS proposal rejected

In brief: "In ten years of using the Internet, my Macintoshes have ," while raising their estimates for the company (the target price is set to $60).




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  1. Glasspusher

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    overweight

    Perhaps apple needs to go on a diet? Of course, that's just one analyst's opinion. I prefer the more politically correct "otherly weighted"

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Party?

    Who the 'f' cares whose parties Steve Jobs is going to, where they're attended, or what the party favors are? Just to show people how the really rich spend $$$$ on a BIRTHDAY party for their wife? Hmmm, and how many disadvantaged kids could've had some medical attention with that money?

  1. Dr.Funkenstein

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    yo yo yo

    Apple is PHAT, yo.
    Word.

  1. Titanium Man

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Never a popup?

    Baloney. In the bad old days of Netscape 4.x and IE more than five but less than ten years ago, there were no popup blockers and Macs were as vulnerable as any Windows system.

  1. LouZer

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Re: never a popup

    Baloney. In the bad old days of Netscape 4.x and IE more than five but less than ten years ago, there were no popup blockers and Macs were as vulnerable as any Windows system.

    He's not talking 'pop-up windows' of ads on browsers (which are annoying but aren't malware/virus/etc). He's talking about the other pop-up windows, caused by malware and those damn toolbars that get installed in IE and cause internet windows to appear even when you're not surfing the internet. (and we're not even getting into the Windows Messaging pop-ups caused because MS turned messaging on by default in all versions of XP, even though its something used by only a small minority of XP pro users). My father's old PC (yeah, I bought him a new one rather than try to disinfect his old one) was at such a point that just booting it up would cause some IE windows to launch, trying to go to some site or another (not sure what, since he was on dial-up at the time).

    Now that's something I've never seen on my Mac

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