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Old 03-10-2003, 01:05 PM   #1
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I guess apple ...right? or...
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Old 03-10-2003, 01:33 PM   #2
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Well Adobe's revenue is around $300 - $315 million a quarter.

Apple quartley revenue is around $1.54 billion, however in terms of profit Adobe makes more money i belive.

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WOW!!! Apple is way ahead on revenue atleast :-)
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I am bigger, just no one knows about it....=)

Just hyper today....
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hehe apple is big, microsoft is huge, maya is mediocre... i mean, maya obviously makes a better product, but look at how many people use maya compared to how many people use macs... i'd say more macs are used. alot more macs... maya will last a long time, macs will last as long as untill they are useless, i know people using maya 3, because they still find it useful, but i know of noone using a mac that is only 300MHz...
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ummm I am using a 250mhz Mac ;-) For scanning and printing :-)
Works very well.
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hehe apple is big, microsoft is huge, maya is mediocre... i mean, maya obviously makes a better product, but look at how many people use maya compared to how many people use macs... i'd say more macs are used. alot more macs... maya will last a long time, macs will last as long as untill they are useless, i know people using maya 3, because they still find it useful, but i know of noone using a mac that is only 300MHz...
WTF? I thought it was an Adobe Vs Apple thing. :p
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Hey I use an old G3 300mhz and wacom ultrapd for my texturing and guess what, it still works great, does the job
Of course I use a new pc for maya.
Now I'm off topic too, DOH!
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A really big apple is nice but sometimes I prefer the smaller crunchier ones.
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lmfao so it is about Adobe or Apple i dunno how the hell i ended up talking about Maya Vs Apple !!!11
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