Originally Posted by RjTor
It was the writing system that was developed in 1821, not the language.
And technically written Cherokee is not an alphabet but a syllabary, but most people don't know the difference.
Originally Posted by ouragan
Steve Jobs and Apple VPs have an unparalleled ability for self delusion ...
I agree, as evidenced by how incredibly delusional Apple's stock price is today compared to what it was in...
Originally Posted by MJ Web
You're jesting of course?
I thin he meant the Fisher-Price/pipe-cleaner style fo the "W X P O" of the logos. The underling message: Macs are mere toys -- not for serious work.
Originally Posted by Mr. Me
It is my understanding that the defunct WordPerfect for Linux was compiled against the WINE APIs.
That was Linux Wordperfect 9.0. Linux WordPerfect 8.0 and 8.1 were native Linux versions. If I have...
WordPerfect for Java was released in 1997. Apparently that doesn't count as prior art.
Originally Posted by Virgil-TB2
The new iWork seems to add most everything that was "missing" making it a serious competitor to Office now.
Except that it still doesn't import WordPerfect documents, spreadsheets, or...
Originally Posted by italiankid
Just a MacBook Pro?
What happened to all these new hardware coming out???
I hope these new softwares can run on our aging fleet of Mac's!
Mac mini - VERY OLD