Hold on, hold on: I know what you’re thinking. There goes Thurrott again, goading the all-too-easily-enraged ranks of Mac fanatics into a frothing anti-Windows frenzy. Relax, guys. Yes, you’re fun to mess with, with your mock turtleneck sweaters and one-too-many leather hipster iPod cases.
The guy is a mind reader.
My suspicion is that very few people have actually transitioned completely from Windows to the Mac.
That’s rubbish. How about switching from Mac to Windows? Because the road less traveled is often less traveled for a reason? So, Paul, why should a Mac user trust what you say?
We should all be OK poking fun at ourselves, especially if you’re a little too uptight for your own good. I’ll start. I’m Paul, and I’m a wine and coffee snob, and an NPR-listening, East Coast liberal. You, the Mac fanatic who is right now furiously trying not to fire off yet another nasty email bomb from your mac.com address, will admit in return that you’re a smug, know-it-all so-and-so.
Yep. That’s a real confidence booster in your ability to inspire trust. Goodbye, Paul.