InfoWorld’s Tom Yager dedicates this week’s Ahead of the Curve column to Apple’s decision to make Leopard fully UNIX compliant.
Praising Mac OS X using an orchestra analogy, Yager writes, “Commercial Linux is a gigantic stage filled with competing, gifted soloists. UNIX is an orchestra of high reputation playing in a hall that is a gracious historic landmark. OS X is that orchestra, but one that has been moved to a lavish hall. Apple, Darwin, and BSD will take computing to the next level by showing equal regard for tradition, performance, and users.”
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