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Today in Apple history: ‘Here’s to the crazy ones…’

September 28, 1997: Apple debuts its iconic “Think Different” television commercial, complete with accompanying print ads. The most famous tagline in Apple history, the line doesn’t just articulate how Apple is different from other computer companies — but also how Apple under the leadership of Steve Jobs will differ from the floundering, money-losing Apple of […] (via Cult of Mac - Te
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