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The Hacker's Guide to OS X by Alijohn Ghassemlouei, Russ Rogers, Robert Bathurst

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As I write this, I’m contemplating the evolution of Apple/Mac, and the progress made around protecting Apple products. Mac systems have gained in market share over the last few years, and you can’t argue with the amount of flexibility and pure performance power you can get out of the Mac. The late Steve Jobs and his team have developed outstanding products that I too have grown to depend on for my business and personal use. For the longest time I was anti-Mac. I couldn’t justify in my mind the additional cost, the “attitude” of the Mac crowd, or that there was any chance it was that much better of a product. I was wrong. There is a reason that Apple products have been so popular. They are built to perform, and built to be easy to use. ...

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