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Subject:Re: PC/Mac Debate: A Civil Resolution From:Mark Forseth <markf -at- MERGE -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 15 Dec 1998 15:29:01 -0600
This is an honest-to-goodness, non-commercial, independent, educated answer
to the Mac-vs-PC debate. Rather than simply dismiss one platform as elitist
or another as superior by virtue of sheer popularity, try this objective
"This site is maintained by the ICS Group, an association of independent
cross-platform consultants who realize that no one personal computer
platform can be all things to all people..."
Consider taking the ICS Advisor interactive test to determine whether you
tend to place more value on areas where either PC or Macintosh is
strongest. The test generates details at the end, citing specific reasons
for test results re: every question you answer.