Thursday, February 24, 2011
It's not easy being a PC lover in today's design schools. Even without considering the equipment supplied by the university (Macs), every student has his own stupid macbook, or maclap, or whatever hippy name apple laptops go by these days. In today's book design class we worked in the corner studio (also known as 'the Meat Locker') where there are no computers. Not a problem for the soldiers of the iArmy (not to be confused with MacArmy which consist of fat people) but it IS a problem for me, owner of one Intel desktop and zero mobile design tools. And so I was banished to the library where other poor eyesores like me huddle in dark cave corners, where we coordinate our inevitable PC revolution.