I have Apple in my blood. My first computer was an Apple II+. An Apple IIc got me through my undergraduate degree. A Mac SE/30 got me through my graduate degree. I started my business with code written on a Nextstation. And once Mac OS X came out, I've had one Apple laptop or workstation after another. I like Macs. I like UNIX. And I like Cocoa.
But after Tim Cook's response at a shareholder meeting today (as reported in the Mac Observer):
"When we work on making our devices accessible by the blind," he said, "I don't consider the bloody ROI."
I have never been prouder to be an Apple customer.