The new MacBook Pro, which is being touted as a laptop for writers, is getting some attention, too.
The MacBook Pro has been a hot topic in the tech industry since it was announced in August, with Apple’s new MacBook Pros and Apple TV coming out just a few weeks later.
Now, the popular MacBook Pros are being made available for purchase at Apple stores and online.
We have compiled a list of some of the top quotes about the MacBook Pro that have been attributed to notable writers in the world of technology.1.
“I used to think that computers were a luxury.”—Seth Godin, The Godfather TrilogyWhen I first started my career as a writer, I used to believe that computers weren’t a luxury.
I wanted them, I just wanted them to be a tool to my creative expression, to help me make sense of the world around me.
The technology, in short, was there for me to use, but I didn’t need it.2.
“You could write anything.”—Bill McKibben, The Road to Waking UpIn the late ’90s, the writer-producer Bill McKibgan started a Kickstarter to create his first novel.
In it, he explores the concept of a waking nightmare and explores the psychological and existential ramifications of the process.
He says, “The problem with computers, in my experience, is that they give you the ability to write anything.
It’s a tool for your subconscious.
It is the opposite of your ability to think clearly and critically.”3.
“If I had a computer, I’d use it all the time.”—Robert Anton Wilson, The Wind in the WillowsIn the 1990s, Robert Anton Wilson became an advocate of computer use in a number of projects.
He was quoted in the New York Times as saying, “I have two laptops, two iPhones, a MacBook Pro and a Kindle.”
He continued, “If there was one thing that I could do with one computer that I couldn’t do with another, it would be to write on both of them.”4.
“Laptops have become my friends.”—Paul Verhoeven, All the President’s MenPaul Verhoegen, the director of the Academy Award-winning film All the Presidents, has said that he would love to have a MacBook, and he said that his wife would love it too.
When he was asked about it, Verhoev said, “Laptop.
I’d love a MacBook.”5.
“The world has a way of catching up with you.”—Ethan Hawke, The Dark KnightRoughly the same time as Verhoefer was talking about his MacBook Pro purchase, Ethan Hawke was talking to the BBC about the way his book, The War Within, has been receiving a lot of attention.
When asked about his laptop, Hawke replied, “It’s not for me.
It doesn’t fit me, it doesn’t make me feel alive.
“They can be used to write novels. “
They can be useful. “
They can be used to write novels.
They can be useful.
They’re all great tools.”—Mark Lawrence, The Book of LifeIn a New York Post interview published in February 2018, Mark Lawrence said that while he loves his MacBook Pros, he would probably only use them for writing and watching movies.
He also told the magazine that he wanted to make movies that he could just get into and get work done on.7.
“It just seemed so obvious.”—Andrew Zimmern, The Matrix, Part 3It’s true that it seems like a lot to get the right combination of a computer and a notebook to work on your favorite projects.
But in reality, this is one of the most difficult things to do.
There are some books, such as The Matrix and The Day the Earth Stood Still, that are easier to work with a laptop on than a computer on a notebook.
So, it may seem like you can do it.
But when you really think about it—when you really consider the impact that your laptop has on your creativity—you can be more creative and productive.8.
“What I’ve learned from my Mac is that a notebook is a laptop, but a notebook doesn’t do all that well.
A laptop has great storage, but not the ability for the kind of productivity that a laptop can do.”—Tim Ferriss, The 4-Hour WorkweekTim Ferris, the author of The 4 Hour Workweek, has called his notebook a “little computer that’s great at what it does, but you can’t get a lot done.”
He has also said that a MacBook is a better choice for a “digital nomad.”9.
“That’s a laptop I wouldn’t want to take with me anywhere.”—Gerald McCoy, The Man Who Would Be KingThis is probably the one quote that’s been most widely attributed to Gerald McCoy.
In an interview with the BBC