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Thursday, February 16, 2006

Dvorak Predicts That Apple Will Adopt Windows

Here he goes again. In article written for PC Mag, John C. Dvorak predicts that Apple will move to Windows and abandon OS X all-together. Thus Apple would become a hardware company. I don't really see this happening, but he does make some compelling arguments. After all, Steve Jobs did say that Apple is a hardware company and not a software company. Dvorak also "predicted" Apple's move to Intel and people thought he was crazy then.

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Do you mean Antonin Dvorák? The 19th century Czech romantic composer? I love his Symphony No. 8. I used to play the cello part on my violin whilst holding it like a cello. I'm a nerd.

No I mean the "American columnist and broadcaster in the areas of technology and computing. His writing extends back to the 1980s, when he was a mainstay of a variety of magazines. Since at least 1994 at the height of his influence "computer journalism's most famous columnist" has been known for speculative and provocative articles." I am more of a geek than a nerd.

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