Sun, Nov 30, 2008
Apple History, News
An interesting look back.
Via iPhoneSavior via MyAppleSpace
I was looking at the introduction of the itunes music store when I click on the same video this morning. It was a deja vu moment for me when I saw the same topic on digg.com
Now click on the Business Week article explaining why Apple Stores will fail.
kinda makes me want to make a linux store…prolly wouldn’t make as much money, and by that i mean no money, but it would definatly be epic
I forgot how much the iMac’s creeped me out.
yeah… look how much Apple has become since…
Wow ..young Steve ..Deja Vu moment!
Those are some tight pants…
You’re not a genius? yeah right.
That’s the palo alto store i think.
This is the Tyson’s Corner, VA store. I was in the line the next day for the store opening. Glendale, CA and Tyson’s Corner, VA opened on the first day. Steve was in Virginia and did interviews with local and national news.
AppleWorks all the way baby!
I admit, I was skeptical at first. A lot of computer stores had previously shut down. But Steve Jobs in a clever person, so he’s usually right.
The beginning of the monopoly!
Wow, it’s amazing how the store hasn’t changed much since the launch.
And, unlike recent complaints, Steve’s jeans are a little too tight.
To: Bill Kelley
Check the date on your article. It’s dated more than seven years. The Apple Store has proven itself several times over. Being a Mac convert, I would not have made the transition had it not been for the Apple Store.
Who is that fat guy?
Haha, 6 of the best mp3 players.
That’s going back a bit.
Wow, a Cube on display and OS9 boxes on the shelf. That was quite a while ago!
so whens the store open?
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