Jon Udell: "Those Silicon Valley engineers, fraternizing with their counterparts in bars after work, had to negotiate the fuzzy public/private boundary with a subtlety that I cannot imagine describing in an XML grammar or implementing in a computer."
Ken Bereskin talks about my favorite feature in Jaguar. The Archive Install always tickles me, since it saves a lot of time. Could Microsoft ever come close to something like this? Probably not, because user stuff is still half in the registry, half on the hard drive. Plus, Microsoft is still working on what they call "xcopy deployment," something that we call "dragging shit from a disk image to your Applications folder and having it just work."
Doc Searls: "So henceforth I'll disclaim away."