MacDailyNews Take: We were waiting for this to happen. It was only a matter of time. Email is not even close to being the best way for Steve Jobs to communicate with customers.
Elmer-DeWitt reports, “The conversation was published Thursday by The Boy Genius Report and linked to by more than three dozen other sites.”
“Asked on the record whether Steve Jobs was the author of any of these statements, a top Apple spokesman emphatically denied it,” Elmer-DeWitt reports. “Separately, AppleInsider is reporting that a similar exchange was shopped to them two days earlier by a Virginia man who offered to sell it to them for an unspecified amount of money.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Again, as we’ve already done in the original article, even though we questioned whether the email was really from Steve Jobs and based our Take on the assumption that it was, we publicly apologize to Apple CEO Steve Jobs while imploring him to please stop using email to communicate with customers and instead use an official Apple blog so everyone can trust that we are actually reading his words.