Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 9th Feb 2012 20:15 UTC
Apple Way back in 2005, only a few months after I joined the OSNews team, I interviewed Wim Schermer, founder and then-owner of the largest chain of Apple "Premium Reseller" stores in The Netherlands, MacSupport (now iCentre). In fact, Wim Schermer was the first Dutchman to buy a Macintosh - the original Macintosh, that is - in The Netherlands, and went on to start his Apple reseller business in 1988. While the interview covered many aspects, one thing always stuck with me: Schermer was concerned about what would happen to his business if Apple were to open an official Apple Store in The Netherlands. Seven years later, his concerns are becoming reality.
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RE: Comment by nsns
by dimosd on Fri 10th Feb 2012 03:40 UTC in reply to "Comment by nsns"
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I guess by that you mean "I'm aware I support a dishonest practice."

Apple used to make powerful tools for the creative, it now makes toys for the (well-off) masses.

In my language, "dishonest practice" used to mean same-sex attracting practices, and "creative" was rather close.

By the way, does OsNews censorship certain words? >-(?

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