If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. If an elephant has its foot on the tail of a mouse and you say that you are neutral, the mouse will not appreciate your neutrality. Bishop Desmond Tutu
Notifications might be our favorite addition in Mountain Lion.
How about making an OS that doesn't hang, beachballs, etc when you're actually trying to use it for production.
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Well, here comes the flood of 'iOS will ruin OSX' comments... Lol.
I'm liking the new features. Been wanting Messages on my MBP. The AirPlay mirroring is awesome and makes the just-released AirParrot app unnecessary. Notifications look good and might replace Growl for me. Reminders will get more use now.
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I like Notifications, Messages, and Airplay Mirroring. I still don't see why Reminders is set apart from Calendars. Made no sense in iOS and makes no sense still. Game Center is a waste because users have manipulated the scores on it since the beginning, so to me it is worthless. The only good thing is the ability to play against friends.
This will give me a reason to hold out on a new MBP or iMac and wait for its release.