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[12:46 PM]
Get Free Ice Cream Courtesy of Quicktime Streaming and Mac OS X Server (oh, and of course, Ben and Jerry's!)
Today is Ben and Jerry's 21st birthday and, as it has been with every other birthday, they're having "Free Cone Day" at all their shops. That's right -- just go to one of their shops between 12pm and 8pm and they'll give you free ice cream. Why are we telling you this? Well, if you go to their website to check out the details of this promotion, you'll have the opportunity to link to a video of Jerry Greenfield talking about it -- A Streaming Quicktime video of Jerry talking about it! But that's not all! Once you go there, you'll see that they're employing a lot more Apple technology than just that: one of their web servers is running Mac OS X Server as well! Best of all, they are PROUDLY displaying the MacOS X emblem! You can see it at the second link.

So go out, get your free ice cream, and support the Mac!

The Mac Observer Spin: Well isn't that neat? There are few people who don't like Ben & Jerry's ice cream, but now Mac users have a great excuse to buy more! It's always good to support those that support the Mac and our staff is now taking a break to do just that...

Ben and Jerry's



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