From Jon Udell's recent Infoworld article:

As the Macintosh clan soaks up Unix, LDAP, and first-class scripting languages, the Unix tribe is discovering AppleScript, AppleEvents, and most crucially, a refined end-user sensibility. The world has never seen, until now, a Unix computer that the average computer novice could use.

For my take on how Mac OS X relates to RedHat Linux, read the November issue of Linux Magazine.

Posted by jzawodn at October 19, 2002 09:29 PM

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# R. Templar said:

One thing to consider with XServe is the unlimited license option. We replaced four NT servers with two XServes for a client. After a half-day training, their operation is faster and more reliable (a stoked IT guy too) -- giving admins more time to do real work, not just keep the machines running -- well, except for the Wintels we have yet to replace.
R. Templar

on October 21, 2002 02:32 PM
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