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[Apr. 5th, 2006|08:26 am]
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This makes me giddy in a teehee sort of way.

Bootcamp.

Originally published at lebor.net. You can comment here or there.

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[User Picture]From: tamargrl
2006-04-05 05:37 pm (UTC)
Yes, very amusing.

But it did bring to mind one thing I find kind of cutesy in an annoying sort of way: Mac's names for theis OSs. It's all very well and good for us to talk about panthers and tigers and jaguars, but I just can NOT keep track of which is which. I wish they would just stick to the numerical naming system so that I can immediately tell the relationship between 2 OSs. Know what I mean? I'm just an ignorant biologist, I could tell you about the cats' taxonomic relationships, but MAC does not follow that in their OS evolution pathway, so I'm often confused. :P
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[User Picture]From: laurion
2006-04-05 05:59 pm (UTC)
Well, I can see your point. But every one of their releases also has a number. If you read, you'll see that Leopard is OS X 10.5. Tiger is 10.4, Panther was 10.3, Jaguar was 10.2, and Puma was 10.1. Oh, and 10.0 was Cheetah. The whole list can be found at http://applepedia.com/Apple_Product_Codenames
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From: (Anonymous)
2006-04-05 08:00 pm (UTC)
yes, but who refers to Leopard, OS 10.5? No, they talk about Leopard or Tiger.

And the last bit implies doing icky research. waste of time, that is. :P
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[User Picture]From: laurion
2006-04-05 08:20 pm (UTC)
Ok, I guess I'm the odd one for knowing them all. I typed them all _before_ adding that link. *grin*
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