I liked what Apple's Senior Vice President of Marketing had to say during a playful interview with Daring Fireball's Mark Gurman. The joviality and frankness of both interviewer and interviewee is what makes this talk a worthwhile listen. Schiller spoke a lot about introducing products that take risks and which provide a new pathway to the future. In the Macbook's case, it is the removal of all but one port in order to increase thinness, and in anticipation of a world where there will be no wires, which stands out. This will not be to everyone's tastes, as most people prefer to live in the present when a Macbook can help them get things done. Yet there's another Mac for that.