Mac users aren’t ‘real people with real jobs’

Computerworld recently posted an advance excerpt from the newsletter of Windows expert Scot Finnie, detailing how he was making a MacBook Pro his main work and personal computer for 1-3 months.

He’s testing how well it works with his necessary applications (Lotus Notes and Eudora) and is clearly giving it a chance, considering the laptop was spontaneously restarting due to a faulty 1GB RAM chip. And at the end, he lets his readers know:

I expect to wrap up with a final assessment of whether the Mac is a viable alternative for real people with real jobs.

Gee, thanks, Scot, for letting all of us current Mac users know that we apparently aren’t real people and we don’t have real jobs. We eagerly await your validation.

A Windows expert opts for a Mac life

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