Macs can do anything better, including generate their own power

I always chuckle when rereading the “Top Secret Leopard Features Unleashed!” post from Roughly Drafted. I even have it bookmarked.

Written in August 2006 — a year before Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard came out — it details some of the great features that should be included with the forthcoming version.

About 1/3 of the way down the post are a set of graphical “trading cards” for possible features, like the Cold Fusion Extreme power generating network hub.

Some of the other ones are even better, like Leopard’s new 66-bit precision math libraries. Enjoy!

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