On repeat

Tuesday’s Macworld column found the best way to deal with evidence contrary to your Apple doom scenario is to double down.

Missed opportunities

This week’s Macworld column wonders why we can’t get better punditry.

Feature, not a bug

Yesterday’s Macworld column looked at the Windows users who are asking Apple what it’s done for them lately.

Incomparable

This week’s Macworld column looks at things that should not be compared to each other… but are.

Stating the obvious

This week’s Macworld column acknowledges that it’s possible that Apple’s doomed, it just isn’t very likely.

Truisms

This week’s Macworld column points out that two things we’ll always know are that Apple should dump billions on acquiring some big-name company and that Microsoft always wins.

Of course

Today’s Macworld column looks once again at how super-awesome Microsoft is.

A fundamental lack of understanding

This week’s Macworld column has people who don’t understand iPad pricing, people who don’t understand iPhone sales and people who don’t understand their own business model.

Just asking

This week’s Macworld column looks at people who are just askin’ questions, about the Surface Pro and Apple’s share price. Nothing wrong with that, right?

Also, if you don’t think it’s possible to spend a week recovering from Macworld Expo, well, baby, then you haven’t been to Macworld Expo. The Macalope was remiss this week, so here’s a link to last Saturday’s column as well as Tuesday’s and Thursday’s. If you missed them, you’ve got some catch-up reading for the weekend.

Small sample sizes

This week’s Macworld column asks the musical question “How small can a sample size get?” How’s less than one strike you?