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Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device? Point it at m. The Naked Truth is a book about what it means to be a Macintosh user, in a world dominated by Windows.
Coming from a Windows person, I'm sure the author Scott Kelby would be proud of such a compliment. The book, Macintosh The Naked Truth provides a series of rants and raves about the Macintosh from someone who has been involved with the system since its early days.
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View Larger Image. Register your product to gain access to bonus material or receive a coupon. An irreverent, off-the-wall, PC-slammin', totally-biased look at Apple, and what it's like to be a Mac user stuck in a Windows dominated world.
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With apologies to Scott Kelby for the title of this MacRelevant column, The Naked TruthI decided to write a brief article on his book of the same name. Recently MyMac. I even emailed Scott before we published it, telling him that Chris gave him pretty high marks for his book. Writers HATE hearing from people who liked their book, in case you were wondering.