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when i was in elementary school in Cupertino during the late 80s, Jobs decided that Apple would donate a computer lab full of mac computers to our school. this was my introduction to computers, where i learned to type and other educational games. i could have learned about computers elsewhere and it could have happened differently, but this is my first memory of Apple, and i will always be grateful.

yep... happened at my school too.


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The following is a piece written by Terry Eagleton, for the New Statesman, in which he responds to the publication of Hitchens' memoir and, more generally, the ever-growing cult of "Hitch." Personally, I have always been more a fan of Hitchens' persona than the content of his work--his style and prose rather than its ideological underpinnings.


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