A supremely silly post from Jesus Diaz, speculating on the possibility of a new, colorful Apple logo:
“I love the rainbow.
I LOVE DOUBLE RAINBOWS.
I love unicorns too, their ribeyes and tenderloins specially, rare.
I used to love the old Apple logo and this is like, you know, a modern version.”
I realize you’re trying to be light-hearted and funny, but it didn’t work. Now for my favorite line:
“Tim Cook is gay but gray, he needs all the color he can get.”
Stay classy, Mr. Diaz.
Update: Yes, the first sentence reads “Lion” not “Mountain Lion.” I’d swear it said “Mountain Lion” when I first read it. Anyway, post adjusted. Apologies to Diaz.
Jesus Diaz has published his thoughts on Mountain Lion to Gizmodo. It starts:
“Mac OS X Lion seems unpolished and, worse, not innovative.”
Complaining that an early pre-release meant for developers is unfinished. I stopped reading right there.
Still, the theme of Diaz’s post is unchanged:
“For all of Mountain Lion’s good new features—and there are a few—the new OS raises a terrifying brace of thoughts: that Apple has run out of ideas…It just feels like Apple isn’t trying to make things better.”
Again I say, it’s way, way too early to pass judgement on OS X Mountain Lion.