(Cross-posted on 9to5Mac.com)

Just sayin’…

It’s a familiar scene. MacBook-toting journalists, bloggers and guests providing Apple with omnipresence and free advertising at rivals’ events, thanks in large part to the glowing Apple logo on the well-designed notebook family. Who knows, this time next year some of these folks might carry around machines with the Google logo on them if there’s any substance to the whispers of subscription-based Chrome OS notebooks. Check out seven additional Apple sightings below the fold and meet us in comments.

Check out the sticker: “My other computer is a data center”. Touche.

This guy’s comparing his slate to a friend’s iPad.

Even Google engineers proudly showed off Apple’s notebooks on stage to demo new software.

Audience members, too (click for larger). Apple gear at some Google stands and displays as well…

Especially bloggers and journos…

Checking out his Galaxy Tab – on a Mac notebook…

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