Here’s wishing you the best that the holiday season can offer.
From [MacWorld UK](http://www.macworld.co.uk/:) “Writing in his blog, Business Week reporter Arik Hesseldahl talks about a recent HP analysts meeting.
He sat behind four analysts from Soleil-Cross Research, three of which were using MacBooks.
‘Now if you’ve never been to a meeting full of Wall Street financial analysts, let me tell you this: seeing a Mac in the room is a rare thing,’ he writes in his entry, which is called ‘Who says Macs aren’t used in business?’.”
I’m telling you, the writing is on the wall. Apple has successfully, and subtly change the question from **why?*’ to ‘*why not?**. You get a Mac, and it runs Windows too? No risk, right? Let’s say you get one and hate it…. set it to boot into Windows. BUT, let’s say you love it, and now you’re a convert. Brilliant.
From [CNN.com](http://www.cnn.com:) “And I hope you’ll celebrate the Christmas season by offending someone. If you’re Jewish, how about a hearty ‘Happy Hanukkah’ to a good Christian? If they’re offended you’ve revealed a fool, not such a good Christian and someone you shouldn’t waste your expression of good will upon. But get ready for a few robust ‘Merry Christmas’ calls to be thrown your way as well.”