fanboy to the extreme, you have either an elegantly designed tattoo
of Steve Jobs on your body or an iPod pocket sewn into all of your
Usually found in the hippest nonchain coffee shop, typing on a $3,000
precision aluminum unibody-enclosed MacBook Pro, white earbuds in
proper position and iPhone 3G at the ready. And if Apple invented
with a cumbersome wheel instead of a keyboard, you'd buy
rolled out in 2004, you thought you were pretty darn special because
someone had invited you to use the free service and you could ditch
your now passé @yahoo.com account.
Thirtysomethings who are trying to feel as cool as twentysomethings
and who also hate Microsoft (mostly
because they think it’s cool to hate Microsoft) and have entrusted
entirely too much of their personal information to those "Do
No Evil" Google
was such the place to be in the late ’90s — with its personalized
portal technology — and you loved having a nonwork e-mail account
to do all kinds of secret e-mail-forwarding stuff.
Non-IT industry worker who has been too lazy to sign up for Gmail.