the new Apple iMac

From: Hotze <>
Date: Thu May 7 03:34:28 1998

I disagree. Apple, at least to me, represents that innovation can live in
today's computer industry, and that being different makes you ahead, not
behind of the crowd. (And yes, I thought that BEFORE Apple's current
marketing campaign.) Looks cool, but I want more information, and, as most
people go, they'll need reasons to want a $1.3K over a $600-$800 PC.
    Tim D. Hotze
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From: Huw Davies <>
To: Discussion re-collecting of classic computers
Date: Thursday, May 07, 1998 11:10 AM
Subject: Re: the new Apple iMac

>At 12:26 AM 07-05-98 -0700, Sam Ismail wrote:
>>Anyone see the new Apple iMac unveiled today? I like it. Instant
>The best comment so far at work was that after its useful life it would be
>much easier to convert into a fishbowl. Just turn upside down and fill :-)
>Does look cool, but I'd like to touch one before committing one way or the
>other. In my scheme of things, MacOS is about fourth or fifth choice.
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