Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2003/09/28

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Kodak Focus now Apple v. Windows
From: Jerry Lehrer <>
Date: Sun, 28 Sep 2003 20:14:28 -0700
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Yes, in Engineering, as well as business, MACs seem to be unknown.
Different in the visual arts world though.  Why is that?


Nathan Wajsman wrote:

> Mark,
> Since 1987 I have worked for an electric utility in Tampa; for AT&T in New Jersey and in
> Europe; for Swiss Re in Zurich; as a self-employed consultant in Zurich; and now for a
> telecoms/internet company in the Netherlands and Spain. In those jobs I have had dealings with
> hundreds of customers, suppliers and business partners in Europe, North America and Asia.
> Every single one of them with one exception (a small consulting firm in Paris) used DOS and
> Windows-based computers. In the real world of business, outside some very specialized niches,
> Apple simply does not exist. Whether we like it or not is irrelevant. Windows is the de facto
> standard for the vast majority of the world's businesses.
> Nathan
> Mark Rabiner wrote:
> > I dislike this obliviousness to the Mac world what are you BR an
> > accountant?.
> > I don't do windows. I can get other Jobs.   (getit?:)
> >
> > Mark Rabiner
> > got it
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