In an interview with Toronto’s Globe & Mail, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, while praising the iPod’s success, criticizes Apple’s decision to move to Intel-based Macs. “It’s like consorting with the enemy,” says Wozniak in the interview. “We’ve had this long history of saying the enemy is the big black-hatted guys, and they kind of represent evil. We are different, and by being different we’re better,” he says. “All of a sudden we’re the same in this hardware regard, so it’s a little hard to swallow your words from the past.” Wozniak also feels Apple should consider spinning off the iPod into a separate division.