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macrumors bot
Original poster
Apr 12, 2001
Don't forget... Steve Jobs is supposedly appearing on Moneyline tonight... however, the Moneyline site gives no hint of this.

...also a reader, Jeremy, points out that Apple's Mac OS X page's eightball sees more clearly now... "New Macs at Expo? Answer: Yes."

Regarding rumors/expectations/disappointment... there will always be the promise of the "one more thing..." that will blow your mind... and one day, it'll be true... Keep things in perspective, enjoy the rumors, and in the meanwhile enjoy this cartoon from Joy of Tech about today's keynote.

[Edited by Macrumors on 07-18-2001 at 04:47 PM]

Mac User X

We got what we really need!

Wow, I can't believe all the negative posts on all the message boards because of no new iMac or enclosure opinions.. Sheesh.. Personally, I think the more important thing to look at is what was delivered.. All new macs are faster, the G4s now have graphics competetive with the best out there.. WORKING demos of Office, Illustrator, Indesign, Maya, Quark and more on OSX and the biggie... the promise of a fast, stable and app rich OSX with DVD and CDR support is going to be a reality. Take that Windows XP! I'd rather have apple focus on great hardware, a stunning OS and big time than a new iMac. Especially in today;s business climate.



macrumors newbie
Mar 1, 2001
No Steve

I tortured myself into watching Moneyline tonight to see if Steve would be on. That is one of the worst shows I've ever seen. c'mon the PAX channel has more exciting shows. Anyway, Steve wasn't on.

[Edited by Djk515 on 07-18-2001 at 08:14 PM]


macrumors god
Staff member
Apr 9, 2001
oh well

it's a mystery to me... a shame you had to sit through it if you didn't like it. :)

I recorded it on ReplayTV and hit the skip-ahead repeatedly. I didn't see him.

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