Marc Zeedar’s article A Mac OS X Odyssey: Part II is interesting reading. He’s moving to OS X from earlier Mac OSes, and in particular talks about the missing OneClick software, which is a key area of concern for me. OneClick does so many things to make my computing life quicker, easier and less tedious, but it isn’t being moved to OS X.
I can’t imagine how I would achieve without it some of the tasks I currently handle. On his mention I’ve downloaded the trial of RealBasic. Maybe that will resolve the issue for me.
Oh, and his comment on OS X:
Let’s look at the average Mac user. What does he or she want to do? Browse the web, send and receive emails, do word processing, maybe run some business applications like Microsoft Office, perhaps work with digital pictures or video or music, run some games, possibly maintain a website. Guess what? All of those things are extremely feasible under Mac OS X right now. Today.