In the Feb. issue of “The Oprah Magazine” Oprah praises the new Cube: “I saw this (Cube and 15″ Display w/Speakers) at Bette Midler’s house and immediately wanted one for myself. It doesn’t obstruct your view or clash with your furniture.” (Thanks to Dan Pahlajani for alerting us to this item.)
And the Mac has popped up in several other print publications, as well.
— which is also printed in the Feb 2001 issue of “Yahoo Internet Life” — features Monica Lewinsky with her iBook, reports Mark McCormack.
Check out the
Myth III preview site
for some interesting tidbits. In addition to the mention that the toolset is cross platform and that the game will come on a hybrid CD, a couple of the screenshots show Myth III terrain maps and such being edited on a Mac.
In the Jan. 22 edition of “USA Today,” the Life section has a story called “Software makes science ‘visible'” in which a couple of iMacs are shown with students utilizing
ThinkerTools. ThinkerTools is a Newtonian force and motion simulation environment for the Mac.
A Mac was spotted in a recent “First For Woman” magazine article. The story was about a woman who developed the PlayToday video and CD-ROM that helps kids (or aspiring guitarists of ages) learn
how to play guitar.
Finally, the latest issue of “InfoWorld” has a Mac related carton, according to Ian Esguerra.
(If you’ve sent us an item for our Famous People column, please be patient. It will appear, but we’ve been swamped with entries. If you know of a famous person using the Mac, send it to Yours Truly at
firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want credit for your “Mac spotting,” be sure to include your full name.)