> But some analysts still see big risks. Apples market share, now at 3.5
> percent, is well off its high of 12.1 percent in 1993, according to
> Computer Intelligence. The critical new OS is not yet a reality, and Apple
> still has three vacancies on its board, and no chairman or CEO.
these figures remind me of the Mel Gibson line in Tequila Sunrise, Mel a
drug dealer trying to go straight watches a drug bust on TV where the
reported "street" value is $100 million (or whatever it was) and says,
"yeah, which street is that?"
Apple's market share in publishing is 80%, desktop video is probably close
to that, graphics is probably 70%, film industry is close to that also. I
once was asked to leave (jokingly) by the asst dir of a movie for
Overall maybe it is 3.5% But as we all know, when did the 97? (+ or - .5)
... at least you can drive something fast, arm your-
self with powerful tools, and look good doing it.
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