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Briefly: Jobs\' design philosophy, Macsurfshop closes

updated 01:40 pm EDT, Thu May 19, 2005

Design philosophy

In brief: osViews has published an editorial in which the author draws parallels between Frank Lloyd Wright's .

by MacNN Staff




  1. Monstermind

    Joined: Dec 1969


    You have GOT 2 be kidding

    Bidding on those shirts is up to $760? To paraphrase Sy Syms, an educated consumer is nowhere to be found in this auction.

    People are more than happy to wear a shirt saying they LIKE something; no one in their right mind is going to plunk down good money on a shirt proudly proclaiming what they hate, which is what a large number of these designs represent. So if you like conversations that start with "What's 'Longhorn' mean?" over and over, by all means, bid.

    (Wow, look at all the "Not really a Windows user" shirts he had printed up. A business major he ain't...)

  1. ibugv4

    Joined: Dec 1969


    ya don't get it

    These shirts are for the Mac Elite -- those so drenched in their own perfume of Mac goodness that they have to be naysayers to the PC. Think the PC troll that bashes you, wearing one of these shirts, only OS X sucks is Windows XP Sucks. Yeah you get the idea. I would love to buy these shirts and resell them, some of them are classics. Most of all, these shirts just cause the PC Elite to get peterved at LAN parties. Nothing more. But, they very well could make then $3000 est product cost before it's over.

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