segin2005 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 11 20:37:46 CDT 2009
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Josh Dersch wrote:
> Yeah, what a horrible world we live in -- affordable, powerful
> hardware capable of running a wide variety of free, powerful, and
> useful operating systems and software and emulating every vintage
> system under the sun. A world -wide-network making the collecting
> and maintainance of our hobby projects possible. Digital watches.
"free, powerful and useful" does not describe any viable consumer OS
at the moment.
At point, the only consumer OSes really worth considering (more than
7.5% market share) are Windows and Mac OS X.
If you are trying to apply "free, powerful and useful" to Windows, you
need your head examined.
Mac OS X... is an abomination. A design (look and feel) that sucks
using a interface toolkit (Cocoa) that sucks written in a language
(Objective-C) that sucks.
> Yeah, we live in the worst of all possible worlds.
And sadly, it seems no matter what you do, it can' t get any better,
because all OSes suck, some just suck less than others.
> Christ. You guys are too cynical for me...
> - josh
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