Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Aug 2006 19:23 UTC
Mac OS X Paul Thurrot, everybody's favourite Microsoft Apple Microsoft zealot, writes on his webpage: "It's funny. Apple calls Microsoft a copy-cat, and yet, I feel like I've seen some of these features somewhere before. Many of the features, however, are just sad. Is this really the best they had to show off right now?" El Reg agrees with him, saying: "On the basis of the evidence so far the sixth release of Mac OS X is, to put it bluntly, a point release." Update by ELQ: A related editorial by Wired.
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RE: like cars like computers
by netpython on Wed 9th Aug 2006 09:20 UTC in reply to "like cars like computers"
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What companies need to do is concentrate on their own products, and make sure they are being written well and are running well.

Maybe the biggest revolution sought after is that it runs,looks good and is delivered (on time).

The humour aside.
You cant say Apple makes a bad figure in this respect.

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