New Mac Commercials - And They're *Funny.*
They touch on viruses, networking, iLife, and other related areas that the Mac is stronger than the PC. (And they feature the kid from Galaxy Quest - glad to see him back in something.) ;)
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MikeTheMan writes "By now, everyone probably heard that Apple's recently-released Boot Camp software allows users to install Windows XP alongside OS X. But now, people at OnMac.net have discovered how to triple-boot OS X, Windows XP, and Linux. There are instructions on the Wiki for getting Gentoo running, but it is probably trivial to get other distros working as well."I think at this point anyone paying attention since the release of Boot Camp was probably expecting as much. I suspect these early rough trials will end up being smoothed out, and by the release of 10.5, Macs will end up easily able to boot into all three "major" OSs as a matter of course. Or even better, be able to run Windows (and Linux) virtually from within OS X, without requiring a reboot.
The point is that [Boot Camp] recasts Macs from being “different” to being “special”... Instead of choosing between a Windows PC or a Mac — which decision, as I wrote recently, for most people is more accurately stated as “choosing between a familiar Windows PC or an unfamiliar Mac” — you now get to choose between a computer that can only run Windows or a computer that can run both Windows and Mac OS X.