Wyoming and West Virginia, at 4.19% apiece, have the lowest concentration of Apple computers
Drawing on research gathered between June 2 and 8 by Chitika's ad network, which serves more than than 70 million impressions per day, MacDailyNews reports that San Francisco is the country's No. 1 Mac-using city with a 24% market share. New York City is No. 2, with 23.3%.
Six of the top 10 Mac cities are in California, but statewide Apple's share is only 14%. That puts it behind Vermont (19.55%), Hawaii (19.41%) and Maine (15.99%). To find the lowest concentration of Macs you have to travel to West Virginia or Wyoming (4.19% apiece).
Perhaps it's time Jackson Hole got an Apple Store.
Click on Chitika's map to check out the Mac usage in your state. (I found it worked better on Safari than on Firefox.)
What are the keys to leveraging alternative sources of energy and moving beyond coal?
By David Whitford, editor-at-large
Bill Weihl, Google's (GOOG) energy czar, suggests two new ideas: Encourage new technology through investments in R&D; and "generate market pull" with consumer incentives plus government procurement mandates. Can we get to low emissions without nuclear? "Probably," says Weihl, "but I hate to take it off the table."
Mike Morris, CEO of American Electric (AEP), one MOREApr 5, 2011 3:47 PM ET
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