From Adweek: Steve Jobs could sell. He did it in person, he did it on stage, and he did it on television—in the form of adver­tising campaigns that were often the envy of the busi­ness. Among the most beloved was the long-running “Get a Mac” series with John Hodgman and Justin Long as the bumbling PC and the hip, unflap­pable Mac—an odd couple who would enter­tain viewers for years with their quips, barbs, sight gags, and one-liners. In 2010, Adweek declared “Get a Mac” to be the best adver­tising campaign of the first decade of the new century. Below are all 66 TV spots (plus the long version of 2008’s “Sad Song”) that aired during the campaign’s run, from May 2006 to October 2009. All 66 ads were directed by Phil Morrison of Epoch Films for TBWA Media Arts Lab. · Go to Apple’s ‘Mac vs. PC’ ad campaign: All 4 years and 66 commer­cials →