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April 01, 2009


David Hughes

Do you ever come to the UK? Whilst I'd love to revisit the Apple Store in Ginza I don't think I can run to that this year ;-)


i am assuming the apple ginza store talk is free. could you confirm?


>i am assuming the apple ginza store talk is free. could you confirm?

Yes, Apple Store presentations are free.

Ganesh Sethuraman

Enjoyed your presentation yesterday, to add to your good illustrations about simplicity here's another quote you could use:

"Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler" - Albert Einstein


Garr, just missed your Tokyo presentation. You coming back anytime soon?

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