In How Microsoft Can Win The PC/Mac Campaign my friend Jeremiah Owyang asked for comments about the new Microsoft “I’m a PC” advertising campaign.
I commented (I was #15). I said the new commercial was “infinitely better” than the previous two Seinfeld commercials. But I didn’t see the point. Nevertheless, the comments do provide a really interesting cross section of positive, negative, and/or thoughtful views.
Submitted for your approval, here’s a Wordle display of the words (I deleted “September” and “19”) used in Jeremiah’s blog text and the subsequent comments (1 through 43):
What does this tell us? Beats me; what do you think?
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