Certainly. I'm not sure what you are referring to, but, yeah, it's good (and natural) to have a dark side, as long as you don't hurt anybody. Also, dark is as "good" as light. Think about it for a while.
That said, what does your question mean? C
That was a reference to something you said in the Interview. That was you, right?!
Mmm, is the introduction of Sidebars and the likes not following Apple? My son, who runs a imac, seems to think so and he is 15 years old. Could Microsoft not have tried to take a leap into the dark and come up with a more inventive concept? The introduction
of gadgets is starting to produce a fresher desktop but it has been done before. Is it not time to move on? I suspect that now Microsoft has taken them up Apple will move on and introduce something new. Sheep and Bah seem to spring to mind right now. And no
I am NOT Welsh!
Remember, Apple and co. are focused on the end users. They're not focused on developers.. I would imagine the difference between Widgets and Gadgets is not in "what can you do", but "How easy can you build this?" After all, it's this reason you can go into
a best buy and find thousands of PC programs. and a dozen Apple apps. (I know, more than that.. Gimme a break.. )
Anyone agree? (on my first point, not my cheap jab at Apple)