I also thought I'd mention that I found this comment interesting.Originally Posted by [b
Can the world even conceive of a computer where these problems were anticipated and solved beforehand? Why do we just assume from the start that these problems exist on any and all computer platforms and will need to be dealt with by the user to avoid dire consequences? Why are we this accepting of failure, when we'd never buy cars or TVs or kitchen appliances that gave the average person the same level of grief?
I'm not saying the Mac is this computer. It's just something to think about...
"Microsoft's biggest and most dangerous contribution to the software industry may be the degree to which it has lowered user expectations."
-ESTHER SCHINDLER, OS/2 Magazine
"Every time you turn on your new car, you're turning on 20 microprocessors. Every time you use an ATM, you're using a computer. Every time I use a settop box or game machine, I'm using a computer. The only computer you don't know how to work is your Microsoft computer, right?"
-SCOTT McNEALY, CEO, Sun Microsystems