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>>I would have thought only an independent author could produce a work
>>so uncompromising. It says much for Apple that the company would have
>>allowed its in-house writers to publish such information, and even
>>given a copy to each customer.
>It may also say that Apple didn't bother to read or QA their book before
No, this was back in the Woz & Jobs days, when Apple was proud of
their product, and didn't feel compelled to lie about it or sweep
things under the rug. That came later, with "professional management."
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