Since you are reading this column, it kind of goes without saying that you are a Mac user. I'm certain that Wintel platform folk browse through from time to time, but the Mac user is the bread and butter of these sites. In recent months though, more than a few columnists around the so-called "Mac Web" have taken the time to deride the work of their colleagues, and in general, what passes as the Mac Web itself. The simple supposition is as follows: Mac writers are a dime a dozen, any body can start up a web site, and generally most of it is a load of junk... I can't disagree with that statement on the surface, but down deep, these writers are completely missing the point of the Mac Web and what has led to the rapid growth of such sites
Check It Out: Who Are These Mac Writers Anyway?