Apple’s TV commercials with John “I’m a PC” Hodgman are a big hit. So big that Hodgman’s new book, The Areas of My Expertise, may be a big hit, too. I’ve just one question: Mac or PC?
Unless you’re living in a foreign country without internet access, or living in the US without access to electricity, you’ve seen John Hodgman.
He’s a reporter of sorts for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and he’s the affable, friendly, but confused “I’m a PC” character in Apple’s popular TV commercials.
Hodgman is also an author, of sorts, with his first book, The Areas of My Expertise.
What’s his know-how, besides PCs?
Primarily “…matters historical; matters literary; matters cryptozoological; hobo matters; food, drink, and cheese (a kind of food); squirrels and lobsters and eels; haircuts; utopia; what will happen in the future; and most other subjects.”
Other than Apple’s TV commercials, how do we know so much about John Hodgman? Interviews. And The Daily Show.
The Phoenix does a great interview of a very funny guy.
The real question is, “Mac or PC?” Can you tell? How can you tell?
What are the signs of a person who uses a PC? What are the signs of someone who uses a Mac? Can you tell which uses which just by looking?