the baby and the bathwater

Rubbish Design: the explanations No3
February 23, 2009, 6:12 pm
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Trying to design on a PC rather than a mac.

This is not considered worthy of further discussion.


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Bloomin Mac snobs…

True though

Comment by chrisfox

I trust you get sufficient kick-backs from Cupertino

Comment by Chris


I’m not a snob. belief isn’t necessary when the facts speak for themselves.

(snob: a person who believes himself or herself an expert or connoisseur in a given field and is condescending toward or disdainful of those who hold other opinions or have different tastes regarding this field)

Comment by neilbennetts

You clearly are as I rather doubt you’ve ever designed anything on a PC, since you only got into the game well after getting a Mac. Not that I wouldn’t have a Mac myself if I were faced with the choice of only Mac or Windows. There are, however, many designers who are quite comfortable other software than Adobe (over-priced and unreliable) CS and OS (over-priced and inflexible) X.

You might want to check out which is a fine site on this wider subject of rubbish christian design.

Glad to see you moved to WordPress. That was definitely a well informed choice 😉

Comment by JT

Thanks JT for the website – very good! have added to my links now.

WordPress – another of your great recommendations. Far better than blogspot…

Never had a problem with Adobe. My only problem with it is the people who own keep PC’s asking for me to do work because there PC can’t do it.

OSX is definitely inflexible. It refuses to do anything except work well.


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