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…lonelysandwich loved Macworld?


By now, if you’re a techie, you’ve probably read just about every Macworld post in existence.

However, lonelysandwich’s take on the whole event is a bit…different; so if you haven’t already stumbled upon his writing, then definitely check it out.

Will the MacBook Air play the role of the Cube? Is the Air a “conceptual shift in personal computing”? Is the Air a “proof-of-concept”, making data weightless and connectivity ubiquitous?

lonelysandwich seems to think so, so be sure to click through to find out why.

[lonelysandwich – MacBook Air]

Note: He also wrote a few other great Macworld wrap-ups, so be sure to check out:

[lonelysandwich – iPhone 1.1.3]

[lonelysandwich – iTunes Movie Rentals And AppleTV]

[lonelysandwich – GMaps Knows Just Enough]