Snow Crash, Decayscreen edition

Well, this is new. This is how my Mac was behaving after I unlocked it this morning.

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9 Responses:

  1. Lloyd says:

    Have you tried turning it off and on again?

    • jwz says:

      That is, in fact, what was required.

    • bq Mackintosh says:

      Maybe now is the time when we should stop and talk about whether computers can get too turned on. Because that would explain a few things.

  2. i dont have a name says:

    thats why i dont like macs thats why

  3. WhichDokta says:

    Not sure why it took Apple so long but they're finally matching Microsoft for code quality.

    • k3ninho says:

      Wait, do you not remember the System 8/Copland thing (which set the pattern for Longhorn/Vista a decade beforehand), the acqui-hires for Rosetta, iTunes and more?!? Apple has herded cats at about the same level as Microsoft the whole way, just had infusions of new blood (acolytes even) into the Steve Jobs/Jony Ive Reality Distortion Field. You might even argue that they're historically worse, but look relatively better: they had lower ambitions and set out for fewer features (trying to do them well), but that takes a lower level of expertise in engineering.


      • MattyJ says:

        And all that without being repeatedly sued for monopolistic business practices.

        I'd say world domination is a pretty ambitious goal.

  4. Julian Macassey says:

    Since the death of St Steven of Cupertino Apple have lost the recipe.

  5. I see someone has finally made a real-time version of xmelt.

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