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A thought to vet...

By dwdino ·
Recently, I was reviewing the market cap news that Apple was rated higher than Microsoft. (Interesting to look into the full details though)

This lead to a study of the history of Apple from near death to its current success.

At this point a new thought hit me - Is Apple's recent success tied to the composition of the current generation? Or, would Apple have experienced this success without the current generation's perceptions?

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Speaking from a former generation

by santeewelding In reply to A thought to vet...

Your query is well-grammatically put. It's tidy. It does its job.

Your last interrogatory, though, needs a possessive hyphen (generation's). Or, you could switch perceptions by saying, "without current generational perception", losing the, "the"; or, losing the, "current", as well.

You put it so nearly well. Might even generate a thousand replies.

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Duly noted.

by dwdino In reply to Speaking from a former ge ...

Thank you for your correction.

Have you any response to the question?

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Not a correction.

by santeewelding In reply to Duly noted.

Merely suggestive. As I said: You done good.

I, too, note and stay on top of current financial shenanigans, increasingly more so since we all may be circling the drain, relative shareholder value notwithstanding.

I see all manner of comparative societal values -- scientific, medical, astrophysical, et al -- going regrettably down the putative drain.

In short, I don't give a shilt about Apple.


The following is a correction: see to the apparently missing "t" in your title. Makes no sense when you say, "though".

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