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by Alex Schleifer
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Apple’s got a new year’s message on their homepage which looks suspiciously like a teaser for something. Some are saying that the nearly precise 16:9 ratio of the large banner hints as to what Mr. Jobs will be pulling out of his pocket come January 9th. Could it be the imminent announcement of the crunchy one’s foray into your living room, the iTV? Could it be the new touch-wide-screen iPod? For someone that uses a Lenovo laptop I’m really starting to sound like an Apple fanboy. Oh, and happy new year everyone.

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Alex Schleifer, Alex is CEO of Sideshow , an award winning creative agency. You can read his blog here.

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