I’ve always enjoyed my laptops, getting a new one every couple years. All PC’s, too. Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic, HP, and Asus.
During that time, though, many people close to me (you know who you are!) have been Apple fans.
Raving Apple Maniacs.
Diehard members of The Cult of Mac, all of them.
I’ve never understood it. I mean, I like my laptops, but Mac owners seem to worship theirs.
But, last year I broke down and bought my first Apple machine: an 11” MacBook Air.
I like it—a lot—but I don’t bow down to it. I actually miss some things about my PCs. To me, my MacBook is just another computer.
Sorry, Apple fanatics, I just cannot put my new laptop on a pedestal—any more than I’d put a human being there.
Last week, I got an email from a twentysomething at Dave Ramsey’s organization in Nashville …Continue Reading