And like any good evangelical, I'm happy to recommend computing salvation by encouraging people to purchase a Mac. (For example, I've told my parents that I'm done being their person IT support unless they switch to a Mac. I'm tired trying to fix viruses, trojans and other typical Windows issues.)
So along the vein of sharing the Mac goodness, the first item I bring you is an article by Harry McCracken at Technologizer entitled "PC vs. Mac: The Straight Scoop" about the differences of the two platforms. Now, in some ways, there really isn't a lot of difference between a new Mac and a new Windows PC... that is, unless you consider the ways that impact and offer a good experience. Not having to deal with viruses, not having to deal with driver errors, not having to be frustrated.
Check out this great parody of Google's Super Bowl ad:
In the end, after being a Windows user for a long time, and now happily back to my Mac roots, I know that the difference is knowing I have tech devices that just work. What else is there?
*(Oops Disclaimer: Last week I mistakenly told some people I had an Apple IIc, not an LC2. Not a biggie, but it's good to have truth-in-blogging.)