NYT: For Parents, New Ways to Control the Action

Excerpt from New York Times Article:

For Parents, New Ways to Control the Action

By now most consumers have probably seen the television commercials from Apple Computer pitting a trim, slightly shaggy hipster, meant to represent that company’s Macintosh line, against a pudgy guy in a bad suit, meant to represent personal computers running Microsoft’s Windows operating system.

I like this line


But even without that, Vista is a strong step forward for computer gaming, particularly for families, and puts Windows even further ahead of the hipsters from Cupertino.


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  1. Rosyna says:

    It’s weird how much writers from one publication can differ on their opinions. You’ve got that Seth Schiesel and this John Markoff: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/07/technology/07tips.html

    "Using a non-Windows-based PC may be one defense against these programs, known as malware"

    But I’ve always been suspect of places where every single writer has the same exact opinion. So it’s a good thing.

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