[rescue] Why is everyone so OSX happy?

Robert Rose rr at rits.com.au
Fri Apr 11 18:43:24 CDT 2003

At 02:30 PM 11/04/2003 -0500, KRM wrote:
>I'll admit i should have worded that better. I wanted to know
>why people seem to be in love with an OS that seems half
>finished to me, and i did get a lot of info on why they do.

FWIW, I found the dialogue very useful.  I'm contemplating replacing my 
current POS Toshiba laptop (30CDT with stroboscopic backlight) with an i or 
TiBook, and have been looking for some informed comment from the masses.

I'm particularly interested in finding out if the TiBook would do as good 
or better job of editing video as an R5k O2, and then I need to decide if I 
really need that ability in a laptop.  I've read the reviews, but I 
actually prefer the honest opinions of a bunch of geeks :)

Also, I should also declare my support for Dave in his quest for SCSI 
purity.  The only IDE drives I own are in laptops, and it will stay that 
way until the day I die.  I even managed to "find" a SCSI card and 18Gb 
unipack for my sunblade 100 at work, the standard IDE drive was donated to 
some peecee person.


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