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That first picture - isn't it the AP picture from the Windows 7 launch?

:-D

Just causin' trouble. I'll meander off, now. :-)

Carolyn Ann, Apple Fan

The best part about guys from Apple is that they love the designing part of there products, for example Jonathan Ive S.V.P industrial design Apple, when he talks about a product he says he is obsessed of making them and creating something which fits the user.
iPad, is a wonderful product, they wanted to enhance the web experience and they have done just that,people who are asking for a camera in the device is like looking for something which just does not make sense in such a device, you don't usually have a camera on laptop or netbook.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts @valeria

The Apple evangelist are a testament to Steve's commitment to giving them something to talk about. Not unlike the ease of use innate in all the products - the ease of buzz (discussion) is innate as well. It's brilliance all the way around.

I truly believe that creating evangelists is a inside out top down job - Apple truly gets that it's organization is set in place to serve the people that serve it. And, it serves them well.

Thanks for sharing your insights - as always, very well done.

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