Walt sells a gazillion iMacs: The macosphere (what does one call the blogosphere inhabited by the macentric?) is all a-twitter about today’s over-the-top rave review given the iMac G5 by WSJ technology writer Walt Mossberg. (I know two folks at Hammock Publishing who will be all a-twitter when their back-ordered iMac G5s arrive.)
While I have been a mac person since 1984 and have purchased too many to count (100+ perhaps at work), I stopped trying to explain to non-mac users why my computer is better than theirs. (I stopped that about ten years ago, when Apple produced a couple of year’s worth of crap that was dangerously close to not being better than theirs.)
Somewhere along the way, I made the observation that being a mac owner is what it must be like to be French: We constantly try to convince ourselves and others we are superior, but the rest of the world just ain’t buying it.
Except with mac owners, we actually are superior.
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