Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th Sep 2014 12:57 UTC
Apple

So here I am on a battered PowerBook that will barely hold a charge, playing with classic Mac OS (version 9.2.2) and trying to appreciate the work of those who developed the software in the mid-to-late '90s (and to amuse my co-workers). We're now 12 years past Steve Jobs' funeral for the OS at WWDC in 2002. While some people still find uses for DOS, I'm pretty sure that even the most ardent classic Mac OS users have given up the ghost by now - finding posts on the topic any later than 2011 or 2012 is rare. So if there are any of you still out there, I think you're all crazy... but I'm going to live with your favorite OS for a bit.

Ars Technica rewrote the article I wrote eight years ago.

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by mlankton on Mon 29th Sep 2014 20:55 UTC
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Ars wrote something on a topic you wrote about x years ago. See, a normal person would have never wrote that last sentence. My passive aggressive, self centered mom would, and that's how I think of you now.

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