When people would ask me why I use Vim, I'd usually answer something along the lines "works great for me". From now on I'll say "It's (one of) the best editor(s) out there, go here
http://ontwik.com/tools/vim-from-novice-to-professional-by-derek-wyatt-p1/
and learn it" (thanks Ensign Failure :)

I never actively "preached" that everyone should learn it because I couldn't recommend a good way to start. I started learning it by reading a crappy book, and then switched to reading the help which is a horrible way to start. This guy does it right and is also pretty entertaining :)
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