i like where lion has headed. this feel is great. it's like the best of iOS combined with the best of Mac OS X. this is a smart move.
i always have contended, at least IMO, that the trackpad gestures on the mac are lamentably under-adored. they've taken the trackpad to the next level even. i don't know if most people will see or appreciate it, but i sure do because i love the trackpad.
also, a subtlety i've noticed...my typing is autocorrecting like my iPhone. i love the iPhone autocorrection and always wanted it on my mac. it corrects my common typos as i'm typing!!!!
the contact list is gorgeous like the iPad now and iCal is updated to be even more beautiful. i can't believe it. every time i think apple is going to certainly drop the ball, they stun me with revolutionary improvements.
i'm loving lion so far and i thought i wouldn't. :)
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