Sent: 1/6/97; 9:17:27 AM
From: email@example.com (Steve Wozniak)
Have you noticed that it's rare for an OS or programming language to remain pretty much the same for as long as the Mac one has been around? Also that a new platform that isn't well accepted at first doesn't go even when the purported faults are fixed? (like the Apple ///). Will the Next OS gain respect when it comes from the past?
It might have been better to push today's Mac while demaloping a new OS from the ground up, simplifying things a bit, taking 1997 usage into account? (something that couldn't be said for the current ones).
Please pardon typos, I-m nearning Dvorak this week.
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