Over the past several years, Crazy Apple Rumors Site has been monitoring a frightening trend, one that impacts almost every member of the Mac community.
According the research conducted by the Crazy Apple Rumors Site Labs in conjunction with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Mac web universe is shrinking, losing an average of one web site a year.
According to MIT’s Dr. Ranjit Vij, the Mac web universe may be trapped in a collapsing warp bubble that is forcing it to inexorably shrink in size.
Many trace the start of this trend to the disappearance of Bite.org – an “in your face”/”use your toothbrush” Mac rumors site – that went defunct back in late 2001.
A silence which we here find ominous.
Or Crazy Apple Rumors?
It’s just that…
Oh, god, I DON’T WANT TO DIE! I DON’T WANT TO DIE! I DON’T WANT TO…
It’s just… very scary, you know?
I mean, no one even remembers the spectacular Mac rumor site done by Dr. Dalen Quaice anymore.
I don’t want to go out that way.
But there is a disturbing portent to this phenomenon.
Go to Apple’s new Leopard page and you’ll see an X fly in with a snow leopard print background. But hover your cursor over the X and move your scroll wheel and you’ll see the X fly away leaving nothing but a black emptiness.
Is it message?
Or more meaningless eye candy?
Or is it a message wrapped in meaningless eye candy?
Keep watching the web.