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Notes from Underground: Think Differently

By Pizza Hardman Darren Atwater | Sunday 12 February 2017


Those of us in the Cult of Apple (PBU Steve Jobs) may have lost Brexit, may have lost the United States, but at least we know our choice of computer platform is not just technically but actually morally superior to others. Therefore, when it was tantelising within our grasp to covert one of our most vocal heretics, one Tom Winnifrith, to our side, our ruliing body, the Council of Smug rejoiced.

After all, when Tom writes I really hate Bill Gates & Microsoft with a fucking passion - 36 hours offline thanks to an upgrade and Photo article: My cunning plan turns out to be not so cunning after all - I now know what hell is: Tom Winnifrith because his Windows machine insists on cutting off Internet and updating itself for hours upon hours when Tom is hundreds of miles away form home, we knew it could just be a matter of time.

Yet, it was not to be. Not yet.

The Windows penitent approached the Cult of Mac and asked the magic words: So how much does a Mac cost?

The answer will determine everything - do we gain another or do we lose them again for another Windows update generation.

'It's around £799 for the cheapest one,' answered the Cult of Mac.

'Unreasonable!' cried Tom. 'I can buy a windows machine for half of that. And I do, twice per year every year.'

The Cult of Mac may have missed Tom this year. But we'll get him. We'll get him.

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For those keeping track, the first non-Tom article on the leaderboard is Bowleven – sack-the-board requisitioner Crown Ocean ups the ante, increases stake by Nigel Somerville at a rare leaderboard-reaching #10. That's two weeks in a row with non-Tom leaderboard entries. Times are a-changing.

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In the past seven days, 42,948 unique readers read 73,728 pages on ShareProphets. The circulation of the Investors Chronicle is c30,000. Shares is less than half of that. To our critics who think we do not count, we say think again.

Our top 10 most-read stories this week were:

  1. I really hate Bill Gates & Microsoft with a fucking passion - 36 hours offline thanks to an upgrade
  2. Cloudtag at NEC Spring Fair - Oh Dear the punters not impressed
  3. Photo article: Coca cola penises, 1001 types of tat and Cloudtag's Onitor (non working model) - Tom Winnifrith visits the Spring Fair
  4. Tom Winnifrith Delayed Bearcast from Saturday - I really have got to sack Nigel Somerville
  5. Advanced Oncotherapy - the truth finally dragged out of the shysters
  6. EXPLOSIVE Winnileaks: New Document emerges accuses Murray D'Almeida of MRS of lying and of fraud
  7. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - after 22 hours I arrive in the snowy Pindus Mountains of Greece
  8. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast: Meeting with lawyers to go after the frauds African Potash and Cloudtag
  9. Tom Winnifrith Bearcast - The things I do for you dear reader
  10. Bowleven – sack-the-board requisitioner Crown Ocean ups the ante, increases stake

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