Working with all three platforms
What you say makes a great deal of sense and is very close to my own views. I use OS X and XP on a daily basis (ok, some days I do not use XP, but most) and tinker with Linux from time to time. You mention ease of use with OS X: can you expand on what you mean by that with specific examples? I have been having a similar conversation with several people in COLA and all they can do, for the most part, is look at one hand picked example of a task best handled by a CLI and then claim that since that one task is no easier in OS X then the claim of OS Xs ease of use must be bogus. Their argument is, of course, silly at best.
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Jim Richardson on Friday 10 March 2006 00:23 Screen resolution may be superior, but on a display that size, not many will be able to take advantage of high...
Ditto here; though I will *likely* stick with OS X for the foreseeable future.
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tab Obviously you have not been on a design team for any software. There is always an idiot's compebreastion between an buttumed "easy to use" and "more powerful" interface, when in fact...
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