Linked by Amjith Ramanujam on Mon 21st Jul 2008 22:38 UTC, submitted by Moulinneuf
Apple Software engineer Satoshi Nakajima, the lead architect of Microsoft's Windows 95, picked up a Mac for the first time two years ago. He was so impressed, he says he'll never again touch a PC again. Satoshi loves Apple products so much, he started a company in April, Big Canvas, to develop for Apple's iPhone platform full-time. "We have chosen iPhone as the platform to release our first product (for) several reasons," explains his company's website. "We love Apple products... You need love to be creative."
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RE[4]: Their first product...
by stabbyjones on Tue 22nd Jul 2008 02:30 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Their first product..."
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True, but Apple's kernel doesnt' produce those gloriously useless and cryptic registry addresses that reveal nothing about what the hell just puked.

Linux and OS X are truly missing out on that one.

Back in about 2000 the BSOD helped me realise that my audio driver was causing crashes. (which i would never have thought seeing as the driver came from the cd.)

download new driver and install, no more crashes. you just have to know what you're looking for. i've used it for a long time and you tend to pick things up as you go.

Edited 2008-07-22 02:33 UTC

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