Guy Kawasaki’s dreaded (by journalists) EvangeList pro-Macintosh mailing list is no more. Now that Apple is doing pretty well, the need for a mailing list to talk about all the good things in the Mac world is unneeded. I’m glad to see EvangeList go, because it mainly served as a rallying point for the people who exhibit the worst traits of platform advocacy. Mass emailing companies who cancelled products for the Mac (even if the people sending the email messages never would have bought the products), and sending scores of irrational, conspiracy-theory-addled email messages to journalists who wrote about Apple were regular tactics employed by the shameless EvangeListas. I honestly don’t believe this mailing list ever did a good thing for Apple; it just served to reinforce the stereotype of Macintosh users as paranoid freaks.