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For me, Think Secret was actually an asset to Apple.
It gave me a warm and fuzzy feeling that Apple continued on the path of new and innovative products while at the same time supporting their existing base.
Even if some of the rumours turned out to be false or the timeline was way off, one still has a general idea where Apple was heading as a company.

Having said that, I actually found Apple Insider better; I wonder if they're on the chopping block net.

Shrouding themselves in secrecy as Apple does is not always a smart move - I'm sure Apple knows that.
 

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ShawKing - I can't really relate to your comments.
For one, this lawsuit Apple launched against TS has been going on for several years - how can it have been a real issue for Apple if they didn't pursue it?
And what "dirt" did TS report that you didn't find elsewhere, the way I read it it wasn't so much dirt but rumours of new products coming down the pipe.
What stupid things did TS do that AppleInsider didn't?
What has worked for Apple is having a good product at a time when Microsoft faultered with their new OS. If Vista had given people a similar computing experience to OS X, Mac sales wouldn't be anywhere close to what they are right now - nothing to do with secrecy.
 
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