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John Siracusa reviews Panther

There's a nice in depth (as always) review of Panther by John Siracusa of Ars Technica,

&quote; Starting with Developer Preview 2, Ars Technica's Apple Technology Specialist John Siracusa has been following the steady progress of OS X from beta through Jaguar. Now Panther has hit the street, and John has undertaken his now-annual exercise of taking Apple's latest OS out for a long test drive. &quote;

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