Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 29th Aug 2012 11:10 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces Sometimes, you wake up in the morning, check your RSS feeds, and you know you just hit the jackpot. From the AT&T archives comes a video and description of Blit, a UNIX graphical user interface from 1982, on a 800x1024 portrait display. It employs a three button mouse, right-click context menus, multiple windows, and lots, lots more. It was developed at Bell Labs, and is yet another case that illustrates how the technology industry doesn't work in a vacuum.
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RE[2]: Is it me?
by Neolander on Sun 2nd Sep 2012 16:18 UTC in reply to "RE: Is it me? "
Neolander
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2010-03-08

Because you used to bash Apple without having taken a deep look at their products first, does not mean that everyone else does so...

The reason I say this is that I have met more than one Apple fan who cannot grasp the concept that even after using the company's products, I can still prefer alternatives for their respective strengths.

Not idiots, even, they are all pretty very smart persons, that are very competent in their respective areas of expertise. It's only when it comes to computer-related discussions that they start to exhibit this weird religious faith that if you don't like Apple products, you must not have used them yet, period.

It's a bit like LaTeX advocates, only worse.

Edited 2012-09-02 16:23 UTC

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