But what of their recent pledge to green up their act? In his keynote, Jobs touted the recyclability of the new iMac because it uses a heck of a lot less plastic. The frame is aluminum; light-weight, strong and easily recyclable (but also energy intensive to create) and the screen uses glass instead of plastic. Similarly easier to recycle, but harder to create.
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My vote? Hang on to your current machine for as long as you can...and see if you can hold off to http://robert-alonso-photos.com/cialis-china the fifth generation :-).
Looks great yet topheavy
written by Free Thinker, August 08, 2007
Ideas for Steve Jobs
written by Mike Corrales, August 09, 2007
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