<p>Perhaps you live in a country that does not have as much of a problem with guns and drugs as the US. Different situations require different measures.</p></quote>
Or, perhaps, GP's country just isn't as hysterical about such things as the US.
Didn't say they weren't. Was just trying to be funny (perhaps unsuccsesfully.)
1. Build a free operating system.
2. Support it for years.
We've finally found out what the '...' stood for. Look for a fork of Ubuntu in 5
I think it's more likely just a lack of time. Speaking as someone who is 40, I just don't have much time to spend listening to music or looking for new music.
Speaking as a programmer (Python web apps mostly) I find that I am much more productive on Mac than Windows. This is partly due to the much better command shell, but also due to the fact that I host my apps on UNIX and Mac OS X is a form of UNIX. The bottom line is that I can spend hours and days trying to get some python module working properly on Windows, chasing down compilers, etc., and on Mac it's a matter of "pip install module". It also helps that Macs tend to be much more reliable.
Choose the best platform for the task.
Machines certainly can solve problems, store information, correlate, and play games -- but not with pleasure. -- Leo Rosten