Dual Booting is Yesterday – Virtualization is Tomorrow.

I have to say I’m not optimistic about Apple’s recent decision to support dual-booting their new Macs. That’s the sort of sophomoric corporate blunder that can capsize even the healthiest of businesses. In short, I think it’s going to backfire. Companies aren’t going to spend millions of dollars porting software between two operating systems when… Continue reading Dual Booting is Yesterday – Virtualization is Tomorrow.

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Advocacy gone wrong

I read an article yesterday advocating desktop Linux, and immediately had issues with the credibility of it. The fact that it bears the word ‘pwns’ in its title is the first sign of trouble, but I decided I’d try and see if the author had valid points to make. A few problems. The article begins… Continue reading Advocacy gone wrong

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Brad’s first blog entry

My first blog entry using iWeb, from Apple’s iLife ‘06 suite. I’ve made a few attempts at blogs before, but they’ve usually been rarely updated. This is also my first web page made on a Macintosh in seven years, since I originally created my website (which is now http://www.brad-x.com/) on a Power Macintosh 6100/66. Since… Continue reading Brad’s first blog entry

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