Re: Apple

Tim Byars (
Mon, 29 Jan 1996 22:42:53 -0800

At 10:23 PM 1/29/96, Michael Tidmus wrote:

>This is the text of the Open Letter from Michael Spindler to Apple
>Customers January 29, 1996 that was placed as an ad in the Wall
>Street Journal and 13 other US newspapers....
>Dear Apple Customers:
>Apple began with a simple idea: that the power of computing should be
>available and accessible to everyone. With that idea, we helped launch the
>personal computer. And as we begin our 20th year, this idea of individual
>empowerment continues to be the driving force behind Apple Computer.

Well it obviously isn't profitability...

[snip of major whining]

>Rest assured: Apple's mission remains as vibrant today as it was in 1976.

To bad the creative talent isn't of the same caliber...


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