A Leopard That Can Change Its Spots?

Apple’s new Leopard desktop
As I write this, Apple’s Mac OSX Leopard is nine hours from launch. The new operating system bulges with new features, many of them superfluous, others that will, in the terminology of these things, no doubt be considered “neat”. But if you were hoping that it would LOOK any better, you will be sorely disappointed. Leopard is even shinier, even more bevelled, even more everything than its predecessor. Surely it’s time that Apple offered us some more tasteful alternatives?

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