Today's Above Avalon email includes the following stories:
- The Apple Television Set Debate
- Saying No to an Apple Television Set
- Tim Cook Barnstorms Across U.S.
We begin today's email with my thoughts on the ongoing debate regarding Apple selling its own television set. The discussion then turns to why I am not in the camp that thinks Apple should have a change of heart and begin selling its own television set. The email turns to Andrew Ross Sorkin, writing for The New York Times, wondering why Tim Cook is acting like a politician these days. We go over the topic and discuss how Tim Cook's legacy as Apple CEO is beginning to appear.
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