Friday, March 10, 2006

Get your daily dose of humor

While I am trying to get out of the field...I am still an IT guy. And IT guys do IT guy stuff. Like read web comics. Like find videos. Computer related videos. I found this one very amusing.

I personally do not think macs suck. I do not favor them either. I am pretty impartial to the whole Mac Vs. PC bit really. This is great either way. Enjoy

Why Macs Suck

4 Comments:

At 10:10 AM, Blogger Pseudo-intellectual lunatic said...

nice blog

 
At 2:02 PM, Blogger celebchef said...

I'm debating whether to get a mac for video editing. They have some quirks that are frustrating, but I believe they've come a long way since the first iMac.
Haven't really used a Mac since my dad worked for them in the mid-90s.

 
At 10:15 AM, Blogger Bistro said...

You know what celeb, I no longer have a reason to tell people no when I am asked should I buy a mac. The only reasons I can see now to stick only on PC's are gaming and microsoft-only apps (such as my application development software).

I am considering a mac for my next purchase, personally. Just for a change, if nothing else.

 
At 4:17 PM, Blogger Johnny_One_Five said...

I have to say, as a MAC user, that I have been pleasantly surprised by my experience. I let the new MAC box sit on a table for almost a year, trying to come up with excuses why not to use it.
I felt I would be isolating myself by not using a PC. Finally I got rid of the PC and forced myself to use the MAC, but only when I was able to get 'Virtual PC' for the MAC.
I have only used 'Virtual PC' once or twice and have found I can do everything I need on the MAC.

Microsoft even puts out a Remote Desktop Client for the MAC, so now I can remote into my servers and use them just like I was on that computer.

For people that can do both MACs and PCs, they are called 'Sliders'. That would make a cool t-shirt.

For the clebchef...you can't beat a MAC when it comes to video editing. Get iLife and use iMovie....that is all you will need.

 

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