January 11, 2006

Amazing Coincidence

Via News.com:
In a bit of unintended humor, Wall Street closed Apple's stock Tuesday, the day the company unveiled its first Intel processor-based computers at Macworld, at $80.86.

That may mean nothing to the average person, but techies will no doubt catch the accidental reference to Intel's 8086, the 1978 processor that spawned the x86 architecture that PC users are so familiar with.


At 4:33 PM, Blogger Jeet said...

Did you see the keynote? New ad is pretty good.. intel's entry on stage was also a reference to an old 'bunny on fire' ad of Apple


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