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MSpot for PC, MAC, and mobile* phones - it's not an acronym!!

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Looks like MSpot can be added to the list of people who don't realize that Mac is short for Macintosh and not an acronym like PC.


It's all over their main page. I emailed them and told them it makes them look unknowledgeable. Maybe they'll fix it.
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