John Dvorak gets it wrong

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don't say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

13 Responses

  1. Jonny Evans says:

    “He’s talking like reactionary isolationist who doesn’t understand how to play in a mutually supportive, ultimately connected new reality. He’s the Brexit voter of IT, and just like them, should be ignored.”

  2. KiraK says:

    The new reality is that everyone must be connected, thus shared? I pass.

  3. Jim Stead says:

    When is Dvorak right?

  4. Mike Pickard says:

    Next time, avoid Dvorak’s bait and ignore his stupid columns. He doesn’t deserve the attention, which is the only reason he posts stupid columns in the first place.

  5. PhillyG says:

    As of today, the Mac is the only Apple device that serves as a development platform for Apple software. If only for this reason, Apple absolutely needs the Mac. Unfortunately for Dvorak, this is not the only benefit the Mac provides to Apple and its customers.

  6. David Lee says:

    Yep. Bloated gas bag.

  7. Jai says:

    I wonder how John Dvorak is permitted to write for journals/magazines such as PC World – I hate to make anyone fell bad, but this type of writing reflects poorly on PC World.

    I do find him clueless !

  8. Bill Maslen says:

    Now come on, folks – Dvorak is always amusing, which is why we read him. There certainly aren’t any other good reasons for allowing one’s eyeballs to stray over to his column. Although just occasionally, what he says is thought-provoking as well as annoying, which is also a useful function – kind of like the Richard Dawkins of IT…

  9. Yo says:

    John Dvorak is still alive? Who knew.

  10. James Ryan says:

    That would have been a hard headline to write

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