No, they've done that quite a few times. More so in the 10.1.x release timeframe. I think 10.1.5 contained some major Carbon changes with fonts. And then there was journaling added in 10.2.6 or something like that.
Originally posted by hobBIT
My main concern would be software availability.
Any Intel box where Mac OS X runs on would surely run Windows too. So that box could be booted in either Mac OS X or Windows.
Faced with that...
I've used both and I have to say I FAR prefer the floating computer instead of the lampstand. What I mean by that is the iMac G5 floats above your desk and feels far more refined and usable than the iMac G4 does.
But of course, its...
Originally posted by ShawnJ
I'm talking about two things here: teaching teenagers both 1) to make informed sexual decisions and 2) to develop healthy attitudes about their own sexuality. Some "copout and abdication of our...
I have ONE simple question.
How does it make Credit Card companies RICHER as Groverat seems to say, when
1) Consumer charges $100 to Credit card for something at a store
2) Credit card company PAYS the store $99.
Its not a charge. Here is how it works (yes I run a webstore and get people who don't understand how credit cards work all the time - its frustrating):
Retail/Ecommerce store sends CC info to processor.
Is it solvent for the future? No. Why? Sure, a small tax increase or spending cut will help it. BUt then what in another 50 years? Another small tax increase or spending cut? Eventually you end up with nothing or taxing 100% of the...