If you're like me, your Mac is like the Sun at the center of the solar system. It's the hub of all your activity. You use your Mac for work and play, and more importantly, to keep in contact with the outside world. In today's connected, Internet world, your Mac plays a vital role in how you communicate and share information with others, whether they're friends or cohorts at work.
When Steve Jobs revealed Apple's Digital Hub strategy, the thought was that your Mac would be the center of everything you do digitally. Whether that meant creating and playing music, editing and producing digital video, or how you connected with the outside world, your Mac would be the center of it all.
To help make your Mac the center of the Digital Hub, Apple produced some truly innovative applications, including the iLife suite (consisting of iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, and now GarageBand), as well as a group of iApps for your Mac, including iCal, iSync, iChat, and others like Address Book, Mail, and Safari.