Cabel Sasser affronta su Macworld la nostalgia dell’essere i secondi:
The problem with massive popularity is that it’s fleeting, and it can hinge on the superficial. But, you know what? I’m secretly okay with that. Because, don’t tell anyone this, but I wouldn’t mind seeing an Apple that’s just a little less popular. Down a peg or two, a little bit. I sometimes very awkwardly find myself rooting for Microsoft, Nokia—anybody—to put up a good fight and keep that fire burning under Apple’s collective behind.