Saturday, January 23, 2010

Sick This Week (But Not of Apple Rumors)

I started the week feeling a bit lethargic.  And I finally succumb on Wednesday night, ran a fever and I've been fighting this cold since then.  I'm hoping with rest this weekend, I'll be able to hit the ground running on Monday.

But I recalled Thursday afternoon being disinterested in additional piece of rumor about the Apple's media event next Wednesday to unveil the iTablet and financial call on Monday.  I think it was the cold but I think we've had enough, don't you think?

If you're an avid mobile enthusiast like I am, you can't help but trace each and every single rumor back to January 5th when Google unveiled Nexus One.  There was a new piece of information about the iTablet each day since.

Granted a lot of that were mere speculations by folks but were treated as rumors from deep within Apple's lairs.  Oh, and the witless Wall Street analysts and their minions in auxiliary companies didn't help matters.  As I've said before, I enjoyed it until I got sick.

I'm sure this weekend will be no different.  The rumors will stop Wednesday at 10am when Steve Jobs (we're not even sure he'll be there, we all just assumed) walks onto the stage and dazzle all of us (some are speculating for the last time) with Apple's latest innovation.

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