“In the legal market, now and forever more, the Mac is dead.” So wrote my American Lawyer Mediacolleague Mark Voorhees, eliciting a virtual maelstrom of angry e-mail accusing him of being, among other things, ignorant, silly and a zealot. And so the battle continues.
There’s spirited debate over just how many lawyers are using Macs, with Apple itself putting the number at 25 percent even as another Mac-users’ site concedes, “Only a very small percentage of the legal community is currently using a Macintosh as their computer of choice.”
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