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Re: Why Diversity Helps GNU/Linux

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____/ Snit on Monday 25 Jul 2011 21:31 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz stated in post 1590303.st1vyfzIJb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on 7/25/11
> 10:44 AM:
>>>> http://www.mylinuxrig.com/post/7979523187/change-isnt-always-bad-for-linux
>>> I amazed Ars Technica dedicated *19 pages* to reviewing MacOSX "Lion",
>>> when they could have summarised the whole thing as "iOS for desktops".
>>> It's a pig ugly, monochromatic backwards step into the 80s, that still
>>> uses a 13 year-old filesystem, and is more obsessed than ever with the
>>> idea that the user should not be in control of his own computer. Proof
>>> (if it were needed) that Macolytes are religiously indoctrinated sheep
>>> who'll buy anything Apple tells them to, given that most of them claim
>>> they love it, just like they loved its radically different predecessor
>>> "Snow Leopard". Does not compute (pretty much like Macolytes).
>> I asked "Snit" what makes iPhone special. The answer (if any) might
>> surprise you.
>> I don't think brands 'fix' products, execution does.
> The answer, in brief, was ease of use.

You need to quantify such 'fluff'.

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