Originally Posted by hill60
Why is that?
Personal feelings aside, both are exceptional, empire building CEO's, of the six billion people on earth very few are in the same class as Jobs and Murdoch.
Both are visionary and...
Murdoch is vile scum.
Is SJ aware of the repulsive bile this man spews over the planet?
SJ's ascendency into the Bilderberg echelons would have to entail some serious sodomy from fellow members. Is their no limit to the depths Job's...
Originally Posted by sennen
This says more about you than Steve Jobs.
Really, cheer up. Written by me it would do.
"Just One More Thing"
"Barred from the MS Hospital by Bill Gates' wife, we did have the...
Originally Posted by lowededwookie
Game developers are lazy and have been for years so getting OpenGL support has to do with changing game developer's minds and most won't change until the people behind OpenGL prove that it's a...
Originally Posted by newbee
You spend the whole post making the case for not having Blu-Ray on a home computer .... but then criticize Apple for not having the option? Jeeze Louise .... Nothing personal, but I don't get...
Originally Posted by Haggar
And being on the Blu-ray association's board of directors, doesn't Apple have some responsibility to promote Blu-ray?
I've never been...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Valve. That's all that matters. Steam's the key to the future of gaming on the Mac. It's only one step, but it's about as good a first step as anyone could have imagined.
Also, force fricking...
Apple were to blame 100% for that disastrous acquisition.
Their lack of support for gaming has always been lamentable. Game Sprockets being the last faltering gesture toward game development on the Mac. Apple blew it completely with...
Originally Posted by eji
It certainly feels like it when the mouse doesn't seem to "grip" the selected object. Hard to pinpoint, though, as it could be my aging mouse or OS X's interaction with this particular Logitech...