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    Preview of Tiger

    INTERFACES: Apple has a Tiger Preview available on their website. It has more of the amazing (yet simple) features that has me salivating like it's Panther all over again. This company is simply amazing.

    Above is a view of the so-called Dashboard, which holds little miniature helper programs that run continuously. Basically, it's like what Microsoft is trying to do with that big ugly second start bar with a huge ugly clock on it that comes with Longhorn, except unlike Microsoft's crap, it's the coolest thing since Panther's Exposé.

    Meanwhile in Redmond... How many people work at Microsoft? Like, 10 thousand? And how much money do the have? Like, all of it? They really need to pull their heads out of their asses and focus on doing a few things well, rather then doing everything shitty. Here is apple, adding features to OS that aren't projected to be in Windows until 2008! Gah, what's wrong with that company? All the money in the word apparently can't buy you a good product.

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