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May 20, 2006

Apple Store 5th Ave NYC


When I got there about 5:30pm, I had to wait in line for 15 minutes to enter. I made it for the very last drawing for a macbook. They did 24 drawings each hour. It's spacious enough to try out the products, and enough help to answer questions, but that's it. There's nothing special to see there unless you're in the market for an Apple product. It's not like a book store where you could browse for something new while you're sipping a latte.

I thought that I'd try out the YouTube.com service. The embedded player is below. This company is supposedly laying out >$1 million/month to host this free service. There's no clear idea on how it will make a profit at this burn rate.

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