Not my opinion this time, but I have to say that David Pogue does bring up some really amusing (and all too true) points with this article. I for one try to stay out of this particular battle altogether: I use a Macintosh at work (by choice, I have a PC available) and a PC at home (also by choice, I have an old powerbook I could use if I wanted to), so I tend to think that both PCs and Macintoshes are good for anyone who would want them and they’re equally good for most things, so there’s no point in debating at all. Pogue however, admits there’s a debate, and sets a few valuable ground rules for making the discussion as productive as it possibly can be.
Check it out:
[ http://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/26/technology/circuits/26POGUE-EMAIL.html ]