Let’s just say yes up front. If ye’re a Mac user, now or at any point, ye likely remember th' models ye used with great, perhaps alarmin', clarity. Walk th' plank, shiver me timbers Perhaps th' first one were bein' at school, or a matey’s house. Load the cannons! Walk the plank! Most likely not th' office, but thar be exceptions. You may have vivid memories o' some aspects o' th' then-current OS: some version o' 7 or 8, or, if ye’re on that side o' thirty, maybe Jaguar or Panther. Maybe even iOS, on a dead lubber's chest! Maybe ye remember beige Macs; maybe bondi. Maybe all ye know is aluminum an' white polycarbonate.
Many years ago, while teachin', on one o' those interminable Professional Development daze, th' one inspirin' presentation I saw were bein' by a law professor, explainin' how he were bein' usin' th' web in his courses on First Nations an' Justice t' build an academic journal, shiver me timbers Every section o' th' class planned an' wrote a peer-reviewed an' edited issue, which built on previ'us years’ work, an' would in turn be built on. The ornery cuss an' his students used th' web as a viable publishin' platform in a way print no nay ne'er could be, economically or technically.
The best camouflage ye will e'er see. This lubber comes out o' cloak like a startled Romulan warbird, then fires (ink) an' hurriedly makes off fer a more, ahem, neutral zone. (Also does a great imitation o' a walkin' rock.)