Vistacoming. New dots coming. 939
On Sat, 12 Aug 2006 03:43:06 -0600, "Elizabot v2.0.3"
Vistacoming. New dots coming. 940
On Sat, 12 Aug 2006 15:54:10 -0600, "Elizabot v2.0.3" That's a very good question, and I'm not sure if I have a short, direct answer. I was once told in the mid-90s that loveography...
I suppose I would define it as any instance where a Mac is used in a computing task that actually produces measurable results, like a graphics art shop that does desktop publishing for the public, a web designer or programmer who produces Internet content, somebody who does video editing in a studio, or even a home user that utilizes everything that a Mac comes bundled with to perform all of the basic computing chores that most people do (word processing, e-mail, music, etc.).
The latter example -- a home user -- might not be able to be measured in a dollar figure, but if it results in a pleasant user experience, then I believe we still might be able to call it a "real-world" application.
Heck, when I purchased my iMac G3 a few years ago, my first reaction after playing around with it for a while was, "Now here's a packaged machine that comes with practically everything the average user needs." Even the AppleWorks suite seemed quite powerful enough for most tasks. But of course, I know that a lot of people probably are under the impression that MS Office will do more for them.