Keynote : The Bitch of Living
It will be hard to see what is the text on the podium. However, Ken Drake brilliantly decoded it.
Here is the decoding result :
God, I dreamed there was an angel
Who could hear me through the wall
As I cried out-like, in Latin “This is so not life at all
Help me out-out-of this nightmare”
Then I heard her silver call-
She said: “Just give it time, kid
I come to one and all”
She said: “Give me that hand, please
And the itch you can’t control
Let me teach you how to handle
All the sadness in your soul
Oh, we’ll work that silver magic
Then we’ll aim it at the wall”
She said: “Love may make you blind kid-
But I wouldn’t mind at all”
It’s the bitch of living
(Bitch, just a bitch)
With nothing but your hand
(Just a bitch, yeah)
Just the bitch of living
As someone you can’t stand
See, each night, it’s like fantastic-
Tossing, turning, without rest
Why is it inside Keynote? As I browsed through the story behind the song, I knew that this song is also called Spring Awakening, which is played to express frustrations, motivations, and desires directly to the audience. Perhaps this is what Apple trying to emphasize on using this lyric.
TextEdit : Think Different
This is what you will see if you set the TextEdit size large enough while in Coverflow view; no one can say the text inside TextEdit icon is already created in previous version of Mac OS X or not. This text was used in the introductory “Think Different” commercial. Think Different was an advertising slogan created for Apple in 1997 commercial. For more information, wikipedia it : Think Different.
While John Appleseed, which is shorted of Johnny Appleseed (September 26, 1774 – March 18, 1845), was an American who introduced apple to Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. Perhaps this is the reason why TextEdit use his name as the sender on the TextEdit icon. Regarding to who is .
Touché : Blue Screen of Death
Arguments between Apple and Microsoft have already emerged for quite a long time. I’ve also stumbled on one lawsuit between Apple and Microsoft about “look and feel”. The lawsuit lasted for four years but unfortunately, Apple claim was denied. And now, Leopard comes up with BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) as Network Windows icon, I wonder what is behind this?
Here is the warning message :
A fatal exception 0E has occured at 0028:C0011E36 in VXD VMM(01) + 00010E36. The current application will be terminated.
* Press any key to terminate the current application.
* Press CTRL+ALT+DEL again to restart your computer. You will lose any unsaved information in all applications.
P.S. Go to Apple Official Website and look for the word “virus”.
iCal : Macworld Expo 2002
17 July 2002 is the date when iCal is first displayed at the Macworld Expo in New York City. In Mac OS X Leopard, its icon in the Dock will update everyday to display the current date. To be more specific, the iCal’s icon represents 17 July and the overviews two following months, which are September and October in specific.
Installer : 2GB Internal Hard Disk
This information is retrieved from comment by gray_hat
Handle the hard drive carefully to avoid damaging the circuit board. Make sure you are properly grounded.