At least for this design firm.

Back in 1999 when I started developing Web sites professionally, the Mac was slow, overpriced and unstable. Along came Windows 2000. It wasn’t pretty, but it never crashed. I would leave my Dell on for weeks at a time. Screw you Steve Jobs, I thought. I can be a Designer and use Windows and I don’t care how many of my Designer buddies make fun of me. I’ll be a maverick and hey, Sony makes some pretty nice PCs.

It seems Apple has turned the corner and is the leader again. The new iMacs are out now and of course they are even more gorgeous than before. We just bought the previous model for the house and I really love playing around with it. I’ve heard enough negative reviews of Vista to steer clear for a few years. And we waited 5 stinkin’ years for a new operating system.

It won’t happen overnight, but I’ve decided to leave Bill Gates behind and switch – even though I hate those commercials. Sorry Bill.

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6 Responses
  1. Russel

    Welcome back old friend. Your Mac misses you, and your designer friends finally accept you as one of their own. No need to rebel from the rebels anymore. 🙂

    P.S. I want a new iMac too.

  2. Anonymous

    Macs rule! I’m still using the Quicksilver which is the second version of the G4. Upgraded RAM, dual processor and graphic cards for some dual screenage. However SUSE Linux on a PC is amazing. There isn’t much support for real world applications other than Acrobat but I do use it for internet and networking. Plus if (When) windows crashes you can still access the files through Linux as it is a dual boot system.

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