From its humble, wooden beginnings to today’s chrome-and-aluminum-wrapped beauties, Apple has solidified its place as the most unique company in Silicon Valley. While we applaud Apple's continued success, the selfish old-school Mac fan in us wishes that the company would stop expanding its market share. Find out why after the jump.
With the release of the latest iPods, it's hard to concentrate on anything else. You catch yourself gazing at the rainbow of colors at work when you should be filing forms. They're hypnotic to say the least.
Well, while you were day-dreaming about a world filled with unicorns and iPod rain, we kept on publishing at MacLife.com.
Check out what you missed this week iPod-dreamer. (BTW, you're not the only one.)
With all of the console and PC love we found exuding throughout the 2008 Penny Arcade Expo, we wondered if there was any love left for the Mac. (You know, assuming there was any there in the first place.) Not to worry, we found it, bubbling right below the surface.
After the launch of the Creature Creator, some gamers have tittered their way to creating potentially offensive characters, dubbed "Sporn." Since Spore shuffles and deals these millions of player-generated assets into each game, you might encounter Sporn in your own universe.