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Greenpeace makes the iPod green

I’m not used to thinking of the people at Greenpeace as having a sense of humor, but maybe I was wrong. In order to make the point that Apple, despite its hipster cachet, is not a good environmental citizen, it has reworked Steve Jobs’ keynote speech at MacWorld as if it were to announce a new, environmentally-friendly iPod. It’s part of the organization’s “Green My Apple” campaign.

—Posted by Catharine P. Taylor

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