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I hope this comes out with a touch optimized version of OSX but that's a long shot. I'd buy it on day one if that happened!
This article is all about 4K encoding and none of the videos tested in that experiment were at 4K resolution. I have no idea whether these encoding codecs can be optimized for certain resolutions, but it's worth mentioning that discrepancy.
 Actually that was eseexp's theory: Which you countered with a well reasoned:  Which is why I asked in an attempt to gain some clarity:  Which you still haven't answered.
 I like that you give me an answer, even if I don't like the answer.  [pats jungmark on the back]
 Still avoiding my question, huh?  I laid out the facts as they are now, explicitly acknowledging the fact that Mac users not currently purchasing new Macs don't get free iWork.  You can ignore the part about forever if you would prefer to; I put forever because Apple lists no expiration on the offer. So, why is iWork currently and indefinitely (rather than eternally) being given away for free to Mac and iDevice buyers?  What caused that change?
 Read my edited post.  Then reconsider.
 I am completely and totally negative when it comes to using iOS on my personal device, but I strongly recommend iPhones and iPads to all of my older relatives.  That's about it as far as negativity towards Apple.  I only recommend Macbooks and I will only buy Macbooks.  I would never buy a Chromebook as they are now.  I would never buy a Windows PC or tablet or phone. You may be confusing my rationality for negativity.  Rationality looks a lot like negativity relative to...
 iWork is free with every Mac purchased from now until eternity.  Do I need to post the links again?  What about the one directly from Apple's website? http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2013/10/23Apple-Introduces-Next-Generation-iWork-and-iLife-Apps-for-OS-X-and-iOS.html With the fact in mind that from now until our sun swallows the Earth in a fiery death, iWork will be included for free on Macs but will not be given for free to those who bought Macs before, I would like to...
I'll take that as your tacit acknowledgement of the fact that you once again said something indefensible and, instead of admitting your fallacy and making a valid assertion supported by logic or fact, attempted to divert attention to another subject. What baffles me is that you didn't even have to say I was right about anything. I asked for an explanation of something that happened. I hope you manage conversations better in real life.
If you're talking about rates of return then absolutely, yes, a public fund will likely never outperform a proprietary one.
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