“It has now been a few years (over 5) since NeXT took over Apple, and they’ve had time to implement their ideas. OS X is shipping in it’s 3rd version, and I think we can recap and try to learn from history. Let’s recap. In the mid 1990’s Apple had been working hard on Copland. This was a new kernel underneath the MacOS and new UI and features up above. It was bringing MacOS into the 90’s (and into the next millennium).” Read the interesting article at iGeek. Three more Apple-related articles today, an editorial about OSX 10.2 here, printing capabilities of OSX and more from Seybold here and why OSX on Intel would be bad for Apple is here.