This is cool… I've found two instances of myself tonight on the web. One was created by me earlier today while the other was caused by something I wrote in August.
Let's start with the one I knew about before Googling a term out of curiosity.
I've got a piece on APC's website at the moment about installing Mac OS on the MSI Wind. While I should probably have named the piece "The cheapest MacBook Air you'll see this year" because of the people now tearing me apart for the use of low-end notebooks being able to be modded for Hackintosh's, those people criticising modders for spending around fifty bucks to make their Wind into a Hackintosh Wind need to understand the following:
- There is no currently released (as of time of writing this) 10 inch MacBook
- The Wind has a longer lasting battery than any Mac laptop
- I want something small, something Apple don't currently provide
There was one thing I forgot to write in my article and that's this: Mac OS runs better on the Wind than Windows XP. I usually use XP at the moment, that said, but that's because I'm used to it. I am booting into Mac OS lately to write all of my documents on the go because – and this is the kicker – the sleep mode on the Mac installation runs better than it does on the Windows installation. Weird, but useful.
The other thing is interesting too and relates to another article (the only other article at present time) I've written for APC.