Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 30th Jan 2007 23:40 UTC, submitted by anonymous
BeOS & Derivatives "As World+Dog gets its head around Windows Vista, lets look back at an operating system that might have been a contender, very nearly becoming Apple's next-generation OS and, but for Linux, almost certainly the key alternative to Windows on x86. Ladies and gentlemen, who remembers BeOS?"
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Uhm
by Tanner on Wed 31st Jan 2007 00:48 UTC
Tanner
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2005-07-06

I've seen more in-depth articles about Beos in the Past.
This one does not tell anything more. I also think it doesn't put much attention to Haiku... which indeed is the most important thing in BeOS world right now (you can argue that Zeta is the most important piece of software right now: i still don't think so.)

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