My Mac "Switcher" Experience: Deliverance

...Not the Creepy Banjo Kind, Either

Tracking my package on Fedex was like being a child and watching Santa’s progression to my house. Seriously, the last time I was this excited must have been a Christmas morning when I was very young. It’s sad, really, but good to know I can still feel this giddy.

Unwrapping this piece of hardware was no disappointment. Apple design has made every experience, including opening the box and unwrapping the components, aesthetically pleasing.

I filmed the unpacking and the original setup with my grade 10 class, and I’ll put the video online for you to see ASAP.

Meanwhile, my grade 11 and 12 hardcore Windows supporters were blown away by the interface and the features, and by the end of the day I’d estimate at least half of them are now planning to buy a Mac.

Victory is ours!

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  1. #1 by Anonymous - June 20th, 2006 at 13:23

    While absorbing your switch story has been fascinating … I still think you owe it to your readers to introduce them to Chriss Angel.

    Are the folks in Calgary happy or sad that Edmonton lost?

  2. #2 by yoursinwriting - June 21st, 2006 at 02:13

    I think we’re mostly sad that a Canadian team didn’t win. There are some Edmonton haters (maybe 10% of the hockey fans) who are happier with the loss.

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