“The biggest difference between all the varieties of Windows and all the variations on Unix is unimportant — both families or operating systems are hopelessly rooted in the deep dark past. […] BeOS was very impressive. I remember running the Mac port when it was first released. It had a distinctive look, definitely felt faster than the Mac OS, and seemed very promising. It was the perfect candidate to become the next great personal computer operating system.” Read the rest of the editorial at LowEndMac.