Classes have started, blah, blah, blah. I *really* want one of these (running LinuxPPC, of course). I watched Apache *and* Open Source software. I wasn't particularly impressed with MacOS X (or MacOS 10), just 'cause Linux does everything (except for WebObjects) just as good, if not better, than MacOS X. It is nice to see a microkernel succeed though. That means two industry leaders, both Apple and IBM, are now officially supporting Open Source software as a part of their Internet strategies. The Microsoft Macintosh software rep was pretty funny. He spent a lot of time introducing features in the new IE45 for Mac that have been available in other browsers for a while -- although there were a few cool features.
In case you hadn't noticed, this is the first time in several years that
I've actually been *really* excited about Apple technology. Anyways,