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48 points 48 hours later

Matthew Thomas posted an article on his first 48h hours enduring Mac OS X

"The quality of Apple’s human interface has declined and continues to decline. That other current platforms, both Free and non-Free, continue to be even worse does not make this situation any more satisfying."

Matthew Thomas is a usability critic and former Mac OS 9 user. Recommended reading - BTW, I agree with most of his points.

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