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Apple geek seeks true love, with iPod
Contributed by: Some Desi, at 1/28/2005 10:06:00 AM.

"It was my first love, my first real relationship," said Scott Rose, 32,
whose one-man show "Scott's Search for a Rose," describes a Mac geek who
mastered Unix, but never got a handle on women.

Some may think Rose is an example of extreme interfacing, but Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster isn't surprised by any "cult of Apple" behavior.
"Apple users tend to be fanatically positive and feel they must tell others," Munster said.

Examples of fanatics are everywhere. They name their iPods, fill blogs with testimonials about making "the switch" and testify that their laptops have gotten them dates, and better grades.

And even though Rose's intimate relationship with Apple has him publicly pleading for a girlfriend, he doesn't regret his devotion.

"Like real love, Apple represents the best things about humanity and touches hearts," he said. "It's like dating. I feared women the way lots of people fear the Windows operating system. (But Apple products) are easy to use and people are empowered by this."

Rose will only date an Apple computer owner, and at about 3 percent of the PC user population, this drastically reduces his options. But analysts think Mac fanatics hold the key to Apple's broader computer market share and more eligible women for Rose. (...continue)

I love this (hahahaha): "I feared women the way lots of people fear the Windows operating system."
Source: CNN-Money

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