Ever since I became a Mac-user, I feel as though I have evolved into a Mac-geek. If given the opportunity to talk about Apple and their products, I welcome it with open arms.
Recently, I took a class at our local Apple Store on how to use MobileMe. I found myself enthusiastically chiming in on questions I knew the answer to. That's not to say I did not learn anything new, but when I know the answer to a question, I feel like I'm on Jeopardy and am anxious to respond with what I hope will be the correct answer.
When a new Apple product is introduced, I am giddy with excitement. I happily pre-ordered iLife which is enroute to our door step any day now. And I enjoy using Aperture at Elizabeth Dillow's recommendation.
And I became an iPhone user. I've watched my sister for months use this contraption and am happy to share in her enthusiasm for such a great tool. I am also addicted to downloading all sorts of applications for the iPhone. And I love the inCase slider I purchased for it.
My friend, Tammy loves her iPod Touch, and if I were unable to switch cell phone plans, that was the route I would have taken.
My nieces and nephew love their iPod Touch as it is a way for them to stay in touch with friends without hogging their home computer.
Mac is the way of life for me in technology terms and I will go out of my way to visit an Apple store. Technology has become a way of life for me and Apple plays an important role in it.