Absolutely. Then, once everyone is stablized on Plus models, then the Xtree upgrade model will fall into place: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/XTree at that point, is will become MacPro Plus Gold, ...... you get the idea. :)
+1 Gumbi, I was a young (Unix) system & network admin back in 2000, and as I distinctively recall, the original response to Sun's Java was a product called blackbird. Blackbird failed miserably and faded away into the mist. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Blackbird Although to go and read the wikipedia page on blackbird, I would not come away with that opinion.
Thanks for this post. I'm sure that there are people happy with the GUI modifications. And there is no doubt that developers took note of all the new API's. But as a sysadmin, I really would have like to have heard if they did anything to the actual operating system itself. And good call on the new file system. I would like to see Apple pick up where they left off with 10.5 and complete the ZFS integration. I do realize that ZFS is available to OS X via both...
I am curious if anyone has found a good (download) link for Red Star OS, or even a torrent link.
All the time I have spent on search engines only leads me to the old version 2 with the ms windows like interface, not the version 3, as shown in this article.
"Other than its extensive add-on ecosystem, there is little reason for most users to choose Thunderbird over Apple Mail."
I was a little put off by this comment. It makes Thunderbird sound like an old horse ready for the glue factory.
If you are just a casual email user, none of this article is probably relevant to you. OTOH, if you spend more time in email than you care to admit, Thunderbird is an awesome choice.
the comment concerning "its extensive add-on...
And to me, that's the difference. For all practical purposes, the surface is esentially a mini laptop with a touch screen. But I understand exactly what you are saying regarding the iPad +bluetooth keyboard. Honestly, I would much rather have a bluetooth->USB adapter where I could plug in my own keyboard of choice.