Apple’s new operating system and its massive new feature set challenge users anddevelopers to explore new and better ways of working. I don’t think Leopard is a perfect 10, but the author, Tom Yager, opines that Leopard’s many new features and underlying capabilities allow Leopard to “stay out of the user’s way while being a microsecond away from answering any user demand, and to make sure that the user never has to do anything twice.” This article is worth a read.
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Facts vs. opinion see https://t.co/TaSH2HJksM
School vouchers foster segregation, fail to expand opportunities | Opinion https://t.co/ZOQrGlhmA8
@SunSentinel @annaegalite @SunSentinel if you're going to report transfers that way you should also report the % of transfers that lead to *integration* in one (or both) sectors. That number is 91%.
91 > 66.
The overall result is that the Louisiana voucher program racially *integrates.*
@SunSentinel @annaegalite The percentages reported here are highly misleading because they count a tie as a loss (hench the "or both").