Windows user and political pundit Andrew Sullivan has recently decided to switch to the Mac after experiencing a disastrous Windows XP upgrade.
Andrew Sullivan is a former editor of "The New Republic." In the last four years, Sullivan has also worked as a contributing writer and columnist for the New York Times Magazine, a regular contributor to the New York Times Book Review, and a weekly columnist for the Sunday Times of London. He has appeared on the Fox News Channel, CNN, MSNBC, and many other 'pundit' shows.
In a paragraph from his Web site, Sullivan writes: "OK, OK, no more e-mails, please. I'm defecting to Apple this weekend. And to all of you geek snobs: you're right. I'm a total techie loser. Like most bewildered and abandoned consumers of Microsoft's horrible products. (I guess that's one corporate sponsor I can wave goodbye to.)."
The details of his WinXP Nightmare are on the Web site. And you can check out the e-mail section for more on the Windows-Mac debate. (Thanks to MacCentral reader Ray Ciscon for alerting us to this goodie.)
This story, "Pundit goes Mac after disastrous XP experience" was originally published by PCWorld.