Yes he does. Every Apple launch, at least one tech journalist goes meta and calls out other journalists for being Apple shills. Meanwhile, PC Mag gives the iPhone a 4/5 rating with Editor's Choice, John likes Macs, and there's an icon on his column for "More iPhone coverage". Oh people, don't you know he's just…
After reading some of your comments in my review of the Das Keyboard Professional, it got me thinking about the countless keyboard variations out there and the differences between the QWERTY and Dvorak layouts. So the question today is simple-what type of keyboard is the best to use?
If there's one thing John C. Dvorak knows, it's how hard it is to come up with a strong opinion on a unique subject for a column every week. Hey, it's OK, Dvorak! You can't win 'em all! This week, he shrilly warns us of the impending "Web 2.0" bubble. His reasoning? There have been bubbles in the past. Don't you…
John C. Dvorak, the man Mac users love to hate, has used a Mac. His verdict? He actually likes it quite a bit. After using the iMac for a project for some unnamed company, he found that they're very quiet, "slicker" than PCs, and has a feeling of being faster and more solid than Windows. Shock horror!
There's no question that our buddy Dvorak hates the iPhone, but comparing it to Hitler? I knew Hitler. Hitler was a friend of mine. The iPhone is no Hitler.
Did you know John Dvorak of PC Mag (and crankygeeks) loves PC FPS games and dislikes regular console games? Oh yes. It wasn't until Nintendo's Wii came out that he was convinced to give console gaming another shot. The reason, surprisingly enough, was the Wii Sports Bowling.
Hey all! I, JC of Gizmodo, am going to be on John C. Dvorak's internet TV show Cranky Geeks 11 a.m. PDT tomorrow, Thursday, August 24. If you're not familiar with the show, it's a bunch of writers and editors from PC Mag, CNET, and Ziff Davis being cranky with Dvorak. Fun times.