Not to bash MC at a time like this, but I find their newspage littered with quazi-spamish stories. It's been better of recent, but a while ago you'd read a 'pro' Mac story that was a little too pro, almost silly.<br><br>I find MM gives me what I want, more to the point, faster. They've scooped time and time again.<br><br>I'm sorry, but I must be staying..
We appreciate the feedback, NotTheOnly1. I was actually going to ask how many of you MC refugees have read MacMinute before, and which you prefer for news (and why, so that we may adapt our content as needed).<br><br>We're rather humble around here, striving for nothing more than being the very the best. Plans for world domination are forthcoming, however. :)<br><br>
I read MM daily... I have since, well, I don't know when it was. I like the format (short bursts of news with links to other websites if pertinent.) I would rather see two lines saying blah blah blah today when it's annouced, than a full page of info that I already know because I already read it 2 day earlier (ever since MC got bought out by MacWorld we get yesterday's new s tomorrow!)<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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