Heh: The five stages of dealing with Intel Macs.
Yeah, I'll admit I overreacted
the other day, and that this has no real impact for end-users beyond having to, well, upgrade to a new system in two years or so, which I'd probably do regardless. Plus, I'm liking the idea of faster ports of Windows-based games, or possible dual-boot capability; I wouldn't have to keep a PC hooked up at all, if those should work out, and not be just the fever-dreams of optimistic speculation.
But, in fairness, there's an emotional investment in Switching, and I think it's understandable to see Apple make a semi-major hardware-slash-philosophy paradigm shift - three months later - and get just a bit