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February 28th, 2000

[4:10 PM] Don Crabb, Long Time Mac Pundit Dies
by Staff

Don Crabb has died at the age of 45 after fighting with his pancreas for many months. The chances are that if you are reading this site, you probably know who Don Crabb is. For those who don't, he has been writing about and fighting for The Mac since Britney Spears was three years old.

Rather than list his many accomplishments in this space, we would actually rather direct you to a fantastic obituary in The Chicago Sun-Times by famed film critic Roger Ebert.

The Mac Observer offers a fond farewell to Mr. Crabb. He will be sorely missed.

Roger Ebert's Obituary



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