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Briefly: Japanese 'Get a Mac' ads

updated 09:10 am EST, Wed November 15, 2006

Japanese 'Get a Mac' ads

In brief: At least two of Apple's Japanese 'Get a Mac' ads have surfaced on YouTube, depicting the PC guy with a cold as well as the recognition of the company's iLife suite.... Quark has announced that its Quark Interactive Designer software was awarded "Best of Show" by the Macworld senior editors at the MacExpo trade show in London.... PCMCIA has launched ExpressCard University, a new online course designed to help computer retail sales associates learn about the new technology found in most of the latest notebook computers.... Freeverse is holding a contest for the best work of art created with Lineform -- its Apple Design Award-winning drawing and illustration application -- with a grand prize of $1,000.... Microsoft officials are preparing for the worldwide business availability of the 2007 Office system, Vista, and exchange Server 2007 on November 30th.... Marketcircle has announced the winners of the Grow with Daylite contest, with Gamma Streams DayPack winning in the plug-in section and Andy Warwick FTP widget taking the lead for widgets.




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  1. phantomo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Why go to youtube for it?

    When you can watch the HD version here: http://www.apple.com/jp/getamac/

  1. christophersj

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Domo

    Domo

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