PC advocate John Dvorak advises people to purchase a Mac

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Feb
19

By: switchtoamac at: 4:53 PM on February 19, 2008 | Comments (0)

In a February 9, 2008 New York Times article, Harry Hurt III writes in "Sending an S O S for a PC Exorcist"' that John Dvorak, a noted advocate of Windows and the PC platform, urges people to purchase a Mac.  He makes note of the following quote:

"I called John C. Dvorak, a prominent columnist for PC Magazine and a podcaster on the Podshow network. “I advise everybody to buy a Macintosh because Apple products are the easiest to use,” he said. “If you own a PC, you have to find a local nerd, a kid, maybe a relative. Every family has one unless they’ve just moved here from a foreign country. That’s the only solution.”

You can read the NY Times article here.  In April 2007 another noted PC advocate Paul Thurott, made positive comments about buying a Mac.  Wow that's two well known proponents of Windows PC's making positive recommendations about buying a Mac.  Who's next, Steve Ballmer?

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