"What happened was the supply of Unix gurus was all used up and
Windows and Mac refugees poured across the borders, driven by
curiosity and desires for something better. Naturally their
expectations were shaped by their experiences, and even more by the
relentless propaganda spewing forth from the halls of Redmond and
Cupertino, the non-stop claims that Mac and Windows are easy and
intuitive, that computing is pointy-clicky and no knowledge
"What nonsense, and what a disservice to computer users. If
Apple's products are so easy, why is O'Reilly's best-seller list
full of OS X and iPhone books? For over a year the #1 book was "Mac
OS X, the Missing Manual."
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