More NewsYou Can Argue with Customer Satisfaction

You Can Argue with Customer Satisfaction

I'm always struck by the "Get a Mac" takeovers that run every couple months on NYTimes.com and a variety of other prominent homepages

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I’m always struck by the “Get a Mac” takeovers that run every couple months on NYTimes.com and a variety of other prominent homepages. They’re in a class by themselves. This execution sort of encapsulates what the whole campaign is about. You can’t argue with satisfaction, but of course that’s just what John Hodgman’s PC tries repeatedly to do.

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