According to Jef Raskin... early Mac interface developer. Interview in MacUser magazine (UK / 11 June '04) Further quotes include: "OS X... from a user's point of view, has become a morass of obscure detail. Increasingly, we are sent to Terminal to find some piece of data or do some task, and users have to become Unix hackers" " (OS X)... is bloated, under-documented, and constraining to developers. The old GUI has not scaled well, and Apple tries to fix it by adding, and adding, and adding instead of rethinking. It's gone from insanely great to insanely gross" "Apple merely changes colour, moves the furniture around, and accessorises. Instead of interface architects, Apple has been infested with decorators" "Steve Jobs has always wanted to be a mogul in the entertainment industry and hobnob with the famous... he has little interest in computers. Perhaps Apple has no future in software or hardware" Sour grapes or a kernel of truth?