by Jason Hiner
Jason Hiner is Editor in Chief of TechRepublic and Long Form Editor of ZDNet. He writes about the people, products, and ideas changing how we live and work in the 21st century. He's co-author of the upcoming book, Follow the Geeks (bit.ly/ftgeeks).
monopoly money is so easily spent...that store may be a wow but it's paid for by everyone in that store paying too much for the products
an underground store with the 'roof' removed and replaced with a glass cube. OR Just like an underground station but with glass as the overhead material of choice. Nice but not groundbreaking...
I went to the Grand Opening earlier this year. It was really cool; I got to meet Steve Jobs and chit-chatted with him about the beginnings of Apple from his mom's garage.
You'd think there would be a Starbucks in there... kinda like those huge bookstores where people hang out to read stuff for free. I'll have to visit that Store the next time I visit mom for the holidays (or long weekend)... I wonder how close the Apple store is to the Museum of Sex?
I know, it sounds unreal to me too! I would have killed to have had a camera phone then (I upgraded to a Treo just so I wouldn't be in that situation again WITHOUT A CAMERA). Working in Manhattan is great.