“After dumping its $10 million contract with Jerry Seinfeld after just three ads (only two of which even aired) Microsoft has created new ad copy where regular people and a few celebrities say, ‘I’m a PC!’ One problem with the campaign’s credibility: the ad work was created using Macs,” Daniel Eran Dilger reports for RoughlyDrafted.

MacDailyNews Take: Don’t blame the Macs; they just do whatever they’re told. GIGO.

“Flickr user LuisDS found that metadata on the creative copy of the ‘stereotyped PC user’ and other photos appearing on Microsoft’s ‘I’m a PC’ website revealed that they were produced using Macs running Adobe Creative Suite 3,” Dilger reports.

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