Did you notice Steve Jobs not being very well at the latest event?

lofight

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Did someone notice on the stream of the Apple event 7 August that was a little bit sick? or not really happy? normally he gets the crowd too klap with everything he said, this time when they showed the new iMac there wasn't any klapping they only klapped like 4 times or so and they klapped with things like .mac sites are gonna have 10GB storage. Is Steve sick?
 

Wild-Bill

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Did someone notice on the stream of the Apple event 7 August that was a little bit sick? or not really happy? normally he gets the crowd too klap with everything he said, this time when they showed the new iMac there wasn't any klapping they only klapped like 4 times or so and they klapped with things like .mac sites are gonna have 10GB storage. Is Steve sick?
Because no one in the audience was really that impressed.
 

irmongoose

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It's a media event - as in, a slightly glorified press conference. The audience gets riled up mostly at Macworlds and WWDC, where 1) there are a lot more people, and 2) they're usually a lot more enthusiastic about this stuff. So naturally Steve knows he's not going to get the same response as he would get at those events, so he's not all hyped up and excited. But that doesn't mean he's sick.



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inkswamp

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Did someone notice on the stream of the Apple event 7 August that was a little bit sick? or not really happy? normally he gets the crowd too klap with everything he said, this time when they showed the new iMac there wasn't any klapping they only klapped like 4 times or so and they klapped with things like .mac sites are gonna have 10GB storage. Is Steve sick?
Maybe because he knew the new iMacs weren't all that special. Imagine what the iMac might have been had they put as much passion and vision into it that they put into the iPhone.
 

lofight

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It's a media event - as in, a slightly glorified press conference. The audience gets riled up mostly at Macworlds and WWDC, where 1) there are a lot more people, and 2) they're usually a lot more enthusiastic about this stuff. So naturally Steve knows he's not going to get the same response as he would get at those events, so he's not all hyped up and excited. But that doesn't mean he's sick.



irmongoose
Okay now i know...