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Thursday, January 25, 2007

Wired Disconnected By Apple

Look at this and then get back to me.,1272,67365,00.html

When I hit this site, one of Apple's very clever PC / Mac spots launched. It was "PC" in a hospital gown explaining the complexities of upgrading to Windows Vista.

Apple demonstrated that it can capture Wired's entire audience with a very clever piece of (scalable) production.

Now, can you name the title of the Wired article?

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