Did Steve Jobs write to my guestbook?

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hello,
I have a little homepage to old Apple Computers in german language at:
http://8bit-apfel-16bit.chapso.de ( I mentioned it already)

My latest guestbook visitor wrote this:

24.02.2008, 21:53 Uhr von Steve Jobs
I love your sight. I have been pondering for a while if we should make an Apple I anniversary issue. What do you think?

email is

Dear Mr. Jobs, is it realy you that wrote me???

I know it can be easy anyone made this posting at my homepage.

In case, that this is not a joke, I tell you, that your pondering should be executed!

SchwindS

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I hate to be negative but Ste

I hate to be negative but Steve Jobs hated the Apple 1. He took them in for trade of an Apple II for half price or even exchange. He then cut the Apple 1's up with a bandsaw or gave them to engineers at Apple to hack on.

Now, what kind of anniversary issue would Apple make? Exact reproductions? How, why? This is of no interest to Apple, sorry.

Steve Wozniak on the otherhand likes talking about the Apple 1 and II and responds to emails when written to him.

You site looks nice.

Cheers,

Vince

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[quote]24.02.2008, 21:53 Uhr

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24.02.2008, 21:53 Uhr von Steve Jobs
I love your sight. I have been pondering for a while if we should make an Apple I anniversary issue. What do you think?

I expect Jobs doesn't confuse his homophones, or post to blogs as himself.

But the real clincher it's fake is Jobs certainly never would be interested in an opinion other than his own.Wink

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Re: [quote]24.02.2008, 21:53 Uhr

eeun wrote:

But the real clincher it's fake is Jobs certainly never would be interested in an opinion other than his own.Wink

*grin* hear, hear!

Agreed, nice website.
mike

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Re: Did Steve Jobs write to my guestbook?

Do you store the ip address of your guestbook entries? This might give you a hint in case it matches apple's range of ip addresses.

Thomas

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Making a trace like Clifford Stoll in "The Cukoo's Egg"?

No, I don't make a trace like Clifford Stoll!
If anyone want write some nice word's to my guestbook, then do it!
Please use any Name or Nickname you want.
But I think it is a bit childish to use a Nickname to known person's of the Silicon Valley like Jobs or Wozniak if you are not this person!
SchwindS

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well it is childis as is chil

well it is childish as is childish to belive that Steve Jobs found your webpage and left a comment on ... Smile

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You're right!!

You're right my friend! Also childish to believe that Steve Wozniak write to my guestbook too, at April 15.
Anyway every comment is welcome and "nearly" every person.

SchwindS

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Of course ;)

Of course Wink

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Knowing what I've seen, I'd a

Knowing what I've seen, I'd actually be inclined to believe The Woz would visit a site and sign a guestbook long before Jobs (at least, under his own name).

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Re: Knowing what I've seen, I'd a

Jon wrote:

Knowing what I've seen, I'd actually be inclined to believe The Woz would visit a site and sign a guestbook long before Jobs (at least, under his own name).

true, but only, if he would be invited to comment ... I just do not believe Wozniak searches the web at 6 am in the morning :Smile ;D

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Re: Knowing what I've seen, I'd a

slomacuser wrote:

true, but only, if he would be invited to comment ... I just do not believe Wozniak searches the web at 6 am in the morning

Oh, I dunno...maybe he had to get up early for some Segway Polo ;D

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