When any and all suggestions for "Why I'm leaving <platform> for <other platform>" articles are laughed out of the building.
There is nothing wrong with articles comparing platforms in and of themselves. A well-written article doing that is useful, and sadly, rare. But the idea that anyone cares what platform any one person is using other than the individual making that decision is just ego. I don't care what Steven Fry nor Neil Gaiman are using at the moment in terms of tech, notebooks, pencils or toilet paper. Because it only matters to them, and as long as they is happy with their choice, awesome for them, regardless of what they choose to use. Fuck, I don't care what Jimmy Page or Prince are using in terms of well, anything. Because I'm not them. I don't have their needs, and I sure as fuck hope they don't have mine.*
All of these kinds of articles, every. single. one. could be better written sans the HAY GUIZE, LOOK AT WHAT I IZ UZIN parts and be just as, if not more useful.
(Although if they need personal IT support, call me, we'll talk!)
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