In Apple's "Get a Mac" campaign, there is a rather large mistake in Reason #4 that I think Apple should be aware of, but I wanted to run it by you guys first. The error is found here. The idea of this statement is to show that there is not much talk of viruses in Apple's world, whereas in the world of Microsoft, it is obnoxiously common. This point is very true, however the way Apple chose to display it to it's potential newcomers is flawed. If you click each of the links above, you'll see that the Apple search for the word "virus" yielded about 112 results (I say "about" because it keeps fluctuating between 107 and 112), whereas Microsoft's search yielded a mere 58 results. Now, I am fully aware of the fact that anyone with enough sense to read the information beyond the resulted articles on both companies' sites, they would see that the difference in the nature of the articles clearly makes the Windows OS look bad in the way Apple had intended it to. I am simply pointing out Apple's mistake in suggesting the reader "compare the number of results" at each site. I think it's somewhat vital to the success of the "Get a Mac" campaign that Apple does a better job of portraying the difference between the Mac and Windows worlds as far as security goes. What do you guys think? P.S. If anyone reports this to Apple before I do and receives any kind of gift reward in return, it's so mine and I will hunt you down. No, seriously.