What .Mac Lacks

Khoi Vinh:

Raising the storage limit to a gigabyte, while laudable, is basically playing catch-up to where online Web storage stood a few years ago. And the other improvements, while not offensive, still don’t do what, in my estimation, should be done: turning .Mac into a fully-fledged Web 2.0 offering.

The quality of Apple’s web apps is well below the quality of their Mac software.

Tuesday, 27 September 2005