boingboing.net: The CEO of Quark told a room full of customers at an executive briefing "that 'the Macintosh platform is shrinking,' and that 'publishing is dying.' He suggested that anyone dissatisfied with Quark's Mac commitment should 'switch to something else,' although he insisted that making the move to Adobe's long-Carbonized InDesign package is 'committing suicide.'" As Merlin wrote, "Yeah, so all you dumbasses that talked your boss into shitcanning PageMaker in favor of our hard-to-use, never-upgraded software a few years back: Psych! So long, suckers!"
I know (as do many of you) this sad couple who still have not abandoned MacOS 9, because they publish a magazine, and their entire lives are in Quark. It appears things won't be getting better soon: