Tipping Point for Apple?
I've read many reviews in recent days about Malcom Gladwell's new book, "Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking." But after covering all the rosy news from Apple Computer last week, I keep thinking about Gladwell's last book: "Tipping Point". Maybe I'm still feeling the effects of the reality distortion field from Steve Jobs' Macworld keynote last Tuesday, but something is happening that goes beyond Apple's introduction of new low-priced products at the show, or the boffo earnings that were announced a day later. Remarkably, after years of failing to dent the common perception that Macs are overpriced products for someone else to buy, it may be becoming okay to buy a Mac.
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