Forwarding Address: OS X

Monday, January 27, 2003

Remember when Mac folk used to taunt PC people about IDE drives? I certainly do. Now I see this InfoWorld article (courtesy of Apple's Hot News RSS feed) about XServer. The Hot News feed highlighted this quote:

"After reviewing numerous platforms, Ott said Terayon went with the Mac platform for its ease of use and price performance, especially in the area of storage where Mac supports less costly IDE drives rather than SCSI which is typical of 1U rack mounted servers."

The one thing that I did like in the article was that some people used the GUI tools, and other people used the command line tools. I feel this is one of the great strengths of OS X. Choice is a good thing, don't you think? Discuss