A little late doing this, Should have started this days ago.
Mac Mini 2.4, Apple TV1 & TV2, iPod 4th gen, Apple iPad Mini...
The future is one of my favourite past times.
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Dave, the only prediction that I could accurately make at this late a date would be that unless the Earth suddenly shifts on it's axis, that New Years shall once again be officially "rung in" here in St.John's prior to everyone else in Canada.
14" G4 iBook
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13" MacBooK Pro with Retina Display
"The man who does not read good books has no advantage over the man who can't read these books." Mark Twain
We'll all be a year older, a year wiser compared to last new years eve, we won't keep our New Years resolutions this year yet again, on the political scene Paul Martin will win with flying colours in the next election, the united right will continue to struggle because of differences in ideals between the former reform and former PC mps. Bush will unfortunately win the presidency, Putin will win in Russia yet again.
As for Mac predictions, Apple will bring new iMacs, hopefully with G5s, Motorola may surprise everyone and release a new processor.
if you say all your predictions will be wrong, are you not making a right prediction? Because if all your predictions are wrong then you would be right in your prediction
“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality.” Bishop Desmond Tutu
Someone will prove that the chicken did come before the egg. [img]tongue.gif[/img]
My predictions for 2004: American economy slumps and comes back. Bush wins another close election. Paul Martin wins landslide victory.
Apple continues innovation, sees sales increase, but overall market share still diminish. iPod sales finally threatened by another player that becomes popular. Many WMA based music stores start up and fail. iTMS comes to Canada, Europe and Japan, and rides the rail of free music from Pepsi (and possibly McDonalds), then starts to see sales slump as media outlets begin praising a Microsoft Music Store and the money that pours to them from it.
Powerbook G5s are released. Apple becomes the first company to sell 64 bit laptops.
And on the home front;
I go to University Sept 2004. I'll buy a 2004 calendar.