I always thought of ZDNet of being proactive in its Windows evangelism, but that could be just my impression based on Foley.
It’s beginning to look more and more like if you want a traditional desktop you’re going to need to use Linux. Who’d thought it?
Despite that, Windows 8. Apparently, the press things that Microsoft thinks Metro is the future of its interface. Sure, it might be. But here’s the thing that I don’t like to forget when I think of Windows 8 and iOS: can you build the next interface? For instance, iOS as it stands, cannot build the next version of iOS — it cannot build the next interface for interaction. Likewise, Metro, as it stands, cannot build the next version of Windows 8. But it’s always as it stands.