"Ahhh, I'm perpetuating the machine! That John Dvorak may be whack, but he knows how to get a click. See? Here's another one! This time he's gone all-out, with a delusional, pot-smoking, half-baked, preposterous, offensive, short-pants-wearing, goose-stepping, lollypop-eating crazy idea. I mean, woah! Come on. Seriously. Here he is, repeating the words of some guy some idiot gave a PhD to: Epstein made four observations. The first was that the Apple Switch ad campaign was over, and nobody switched. The second was that the iPod lost its FireWire connector because the PC world was the new target audience. Also, although the iPod was designed to get people to move to the Mac, this didn't happen. And, of course, that Apple had switched to the Intel microprocessor. Hmm... where to begin? The Switch campaign is still running, they've sold 20% more Macs this past quarter than the year-ago quarter, who cares about Firewire, and yeah, so they switched to Intel. I'm still waiting for the convincing argument here! Anyone? Anyone?"
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