Well, Scot Hacker has written an excellent article (since removed) about the current state of the BeOS, and its current situation and future. I can’t disagree with anything he says.
Personally, I’ll continue to use BeOS for the foreseeable future. I can’t imagine using Windows regularly at home; BeOS is the best OS out there for my tastes. And no matter how dire the situation, nobody can make
However, I will start looking at other operating systems. I spent some time today looking at AtheOS, which is an
Until recently, I had Lady set up at work, doing duty as a library computer. When people take books out of our bookcases, they are asked to check them out using the library software that I wrote, that sits on Lady nearby. I’m going to migrate that software to a
What else. I notice that Saalon’s set up his own OpenDiary over at OpenDiary. He’s decided that he’d rather use a
There are three lain cels for sale on eBay right now, as well as three Dual! cels. I’m keeping an eye on the Dual! cels, to see how expensive they get. None of them are particularly fantastic, but if I can get ’em cheap, I will.
I got home late, and got no writing done (which are not mutually exclusive options). I’m really quite annoyed at myself. I did manage to complete my download of AtheOS version 0.3.3b, and spent an hour or two enthusing about the possibilities.
You want to know how crazy I am? I dreamed up the idea of writing a word processor, web browser, and WYSIWYG HTML editor for AtheOS. It’s not quite as
I just need to figure out some sort of payment mechanism. Perhaps a