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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Point of View

The Wall Street Journal touted Apple's announcement that it would enable Windows to run on its popular MAC computers in a very positive way.
The new software "makes the iMac, the Mac Mini and the MacBook Pro laptop the only computers in the world that allow mainstream users to run both operating systems at full speed," says Wall Street Journal columnist Walter Mossberg. In a sign that Wall Street believes many more Windows users will be enticed to switch to Macs, Apple's shares soared nearly 10% yesterday, the Journal notes.
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Information Week complains that Apple will force the end user to buy and install the Windows software to run on the MAC. (Free registration required)

So what does this do for me?
I think it makes owning an Apple all the more possible.

Is it the breech in the "Berlin Wall" that will force the WINTEL cartel to change?
In all likelihood, I think yes.

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