MacUser.co.uk: ANALYSIS: Nice and EazelFeb 24, 2000, 05:13 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul Nesbitt)
[ Thanks to AArthur for this link. ]
"When not one, but four, key members of the key team that helped create the original Macintosh operating system regroup in a company dedicated to a new user interface, it's worth taking notice."
"When the four declare that their aim is to produce a GUI for Linux that will be easier to use than either Windows or even the Mac OS, it's definitely worth finding out more...."
"Linux, however, still betrays its clunky, complex roots as an offshoot of the advanced Unix OS, which is still at heart hard to use command line operating system at heart. Neither of the two most widely used graphical user interface shells for Linux, Gnome and KDE, are simple enough to use, to appeal to the consumer and everyday computer user in the office. This is one of the main barriers that Linux faces if its supporters want it to really take on Windows as the next big operating system."