"The site's creators argue that Apple has to make the major
strategic shift and release MacOS X - "a beautiful OS, with all the
power of a BSD environment" - for platforms other than its own Mac
line, and they point to the success of Linux as a sign of the sense
in such a move."
"The Intel platform has dominated the PC industry. Ignoring this
platform will be a mistake on Apple's part," says the site. "With
the rising popularity of alternative operating systems for Intel
such as Linux, the time may be ripe for Apple to introduce it's
first Intel operating system."
"Since Linux is effectively free, that's not the most cogent
argument to try to persuade Apple with, especially since the site's
authors concede that MacOS X is "Apple's property to do with as
they wish" and "Apple wants to sell G4s, plain and simple."
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