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I Laughed When My Wife Got a “Your Mac Is Infected — call Apple Now” Message and Then I Thought About Cyber-Politics

iPads don’t run Mac operating systems — at least not yet

My wife’s iPad and a book from a former life — photo by author

Yesterday my wife called me to her side. “Look at this”, she said, pointing at a message on her screen that warned her to call Apple because…

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Anthony Lawrence (Pcunix)

Anthony Lawrence (Pcunix)

Retired Unix Consultant. I write tech and humor mostly but sometimes other things. see my Lists if your interests are specific.

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