Thursday, June 20, 2002

Jun 20 2002

“The most interesting aspect with OS X is the way Apple managed to take a Unix kernel and turn it into a user-friendly OS with a charming desktop and Mac GUI. Curiously, no other company has been able to manage anything like this. The Linux folks are said to have legions of coders whose sheer numbers are supposed to be the big threat to Microsoft, but they have gotten nowhere close to what little ole’ Apple has accomplished in the operating system arena. In fact, if you even bring up the issue of Linux as a possible desktop replacement, members of the Linux crowd will almost always tell you that it’s not ready. Only the folks at Lindows.com even consider the possibilities. Apparently Apple has done the impossible.”
— John C. Dvorak, technology commentator, June 17, 2002 article

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