Learning a new language

And it just happens to be the coolest language in the universe! Well, to be honest, it’s not a traditional language. See, I have a new Mac. I’ve always been a PC-kind of girl. Partial to Sonys in fact. Hubby became a traitor switched over to Macs a few months ago and I was resentful for a little while. I mean, how were we going to share files? How could a Mac exist in the house with my precious PC? But then I saw how cool it was. And denial set in.

In spite of the coolness factor, my PC was better. It might not have the functionality. It might not have a built-in camera or quick-release power chord. It might not have super cool slide shows built in and the ability to  run the entire planet from one machine. But it was a PC. And PCs are must more better. they just are. Just because. (Was he the only person in the universe who didn’t understand my rock solid logic?)

And now I’m a traitor too I’ve seen the light.  The graphic rendering and website rendering are out of this world, the ease of use is incredible (to install a program, I just click it and drag it to my Applications folder. done.), Macs are truly the best example of design genius ever created. In fact, they’re so good I think God has a preference for Mac users in his Kingdom. (Okay, stretching it a bit now). But the fact is, I’ve found the most perfect thing ever created. (other than, say, the heavens and the earth – God himself did a pretty good job there.)

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4 thoughts on “Learning a new language

  1. I love podcasts – when I have the time and no kids to pay attention to (oh, wait, that never really happens…). E is listening to a church history course from RTS right now – you can get the entire class on podcast!

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  2. Did you know the cute younger Mac guy in the Mac vs PC commercials barely knows how to turn a computer on? I have forgotten his name – I know him as the guy from Dodgeball…which says something about my homelife, huh?

    Mmmm, iPhone… I might have to get a 2nd job and get me one of those too, ha ha. Good news is – several companies are working on the integration to Outlook Webmail, so I hear. That (and the price) were the only things making me hesitate. Are you a podcast junkie too? I’m guessing you don’t have a ton of time to sit around and listen to podcasts – but I’m considering loading up on free ones for the drive to work.

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  3. Mwahahaha… So, you want to (secretly) come see my very own piece of engineering brilliance? I’ll share. (I played with the iPhone when I was in Florida – I have to find a way to finagle one of those!) I’m such a traitor an enlightened individual.

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