Give--and you might receive

Kawasaki, Guy
January 1994
Macworld;Jan1994, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p280
Offers humorous Christmas suggestions for the Macintosh computer industry. Former chief executive officer of Apple Computer Inc.; Apple Computer Inc.'s board of directors; Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates; Quark Inc. chief executive officer Fred Ebrahimi; Laid-off employees of Apple Computer Inc.; Macintosh LC II and IIvx owners; Macintosh novices; Macintosh old-timers; More.


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