"The philosophy behind MacOSX.org has always been to avoid becoming a rumor site. Why? Well, rumor sites seem to think that anything that anyone says about a Macintosh that isn't absolute fact qualifies as a rumor. Such as, "Apple is releasing 21" flat screen iMacs in March along with MacOSX." I am sure I will find that article some where on the Internet now, complete with schematics and a full spec list. This is the exact thing I have been trying to avoid with MacOSX.org. In fact, I've even gone so far as to research some rumors to dispel them as myth. Armed with this philosophy, as well as the newfound publicity I've received by my friends at Apple (nice enough to thank me for being a Mac fan before politely asking me to remove copywrited information), I have decided to use some of MacOSX.org's attention for the greater good. But, in accordance with my philosophy, there will be no fact finding or guessing, this is simply an opinion, and should be considered as such."
These words came from our first review on MacOSX.org. I would like to echo them in order to ensure that readers do not confuse MacOSX.org with rumors sites. While there is nothing wrong with rumor sites and they indeed do serve a purpose, I prefer to keep MacOSX.org based plainly in fact. While some speculation will come up in various articles and reviews, the purpose of this web site is to help MacOS users transition to MacOSX and then get comfortable with that environment. All information used for that purpose will be true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. This is our pledge to the readers of MacOSX.org
MacOSX 10.1 - The Love Returns
Disappointment or Over-Anticipation?
MacOSX for the Beginner
MacOSX Server vs Windows 2000 Server
MacOSX on Intel
MacOSX and its UNIX-Like History
Nay Sayers Say Nay
MacOSX Feel the Love
The State of the MacOS