Mac OS X: First Impressions
Dec 06, 2000 By Paul Barry
Apple Computer, the very antithesis of the Open Source movement, and considered evil by the GNU project due to their closed technology practices, is known the world over for killing as many third-party companies as it created (and killing them for no reason other than they dared to make money from Apple's technology). And then there's Steve Jobs.
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