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  • proper n. Plural form of Macintosh.


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  • The first Macintoshes shipped with the designers' and engineers' signatures molded inside the case.

    Steve Jobs and the Coolest Show on Earth

  • The Samascott family orchard grows 60 kinds of apples on 100 acres, including several old standbys like Macintoshes and Golden Delicious, as well as other more exotic heirloom strains such as the pink-fleshed Scarlet Surprise, and the oddly-ribbed Caville Blanc.

    Richard Schiffman: An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away: Here's the Latest!

  • Fixing Apple's retail strategy was a priority for Mr. Jobs because Apple's brand had become so weak that mass retailers refused to stock Macintoshes.

    Secrets From Apple's Genius Bar: Full Loyalty, No Negativity

  • Working there in the late 1960s with another programmer, Ken Thompson, Mr. Ritchie developed C while Mr. Thompson developed the original version of Unix, which is the foundation for the operating software of many mainframe computers, Web servers and Apple Macintoshes.

    Pioneer Programmer Shaped the Evolution of Computers

  • Macintoshes were especially hard hit as they are early.


  • At the time, the iPod only worked on Macintoshes running Apple's proprietary operating systems and iTunes 2, the company's latest music software.

    The Apple Evolution

  • Individuals adore iPhones, iPods, Macintoshes, and iPads, and corporations are belatedly realizing that men and women don't like to be forced to use tools at work that they find mediocre.

    Jonathan Littman: Innovation World Cup Style

  • The apples are Macintoshes, Macouns, Winesaps, and two sad looking Lodis that got lost in the back of the drawer for the last three months because they got displaced as eating apples when the Macs came in.

    last night i had the strangest dream--

  • Dvorak has previously lambasted Apple for selling a mouse with their Macintoshes, claimed that Apple was preparing to replace Mac OS X with Windows, and recently prophesied that Apple could not possibly compete in the mobile phone industry.

    Waldo Jaquith - Dvorak. Feh.

  • The team members, accustomed to working on Macintoshes, found computers outfitted with six-year-old versions of Microsoft software.

    Printing: White House Transitions; Missing Keyboard Letters vs. Missing Century


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