Wow. Today I was in one of my hardware design classes. I asked how to print PDFs in a certain way or something like that. Anyway, I mentioned that I was using OS X and a mac. My teacher and one of my better friends sitting next to me went "ugh". A mac? Why a mac? After some random bickering, they said that they hated how macs always complicated things. Complicated things!?! How did they arrive at that conclusion? Macs, and OS X, for the most part, take the complexity out of everyday computing, not add more. Windows XP adds more. Maybe it's because most things in OS X are so straightforward, they miss them. Case in point. I installed the newest version of Adium (well, just downloaded it really) the other day. The install process consisted of this: 1) Drag this icon over to this icon. That's it! Really! (The first icon was the app, the second was a linked folder to my apps folder). I've installed hundreds of windows apps over the years and nothing has even been so easy or quick. --- So.. what stories do you guys have?