Some posts are bound to be irrelevant. Or not.
This weekend I spent a few hours collecting and updating RSS feeds on Vienna, with a view to reforming my habits and using it (someday). At the same time I kept an eye on preparations for tomorrow’s coverage of the San Francisco event at which Apple will probably reinvent some other part of consumer IT (my bet is an ultralight portable that doubles as an iPhone-like tactile tablet). So I couldn’t help noticing that a large, and growing, percentage of the leading thinkers and doers in the field of knowledge management (be it software development, community management or consultancy) seem to use Macs. A few blog about their latest or new machines. Even IBMers such as Elsua’s Luis Suárez have joined the Light Side recently.
What does that mean? What is your opinion?