LAPTOP Magazine has an interview with Steve Wozniak on the evolution of Apple and operating systems, especially Leopard, Linux, and the iPhone:

Early on with the first Apples, we had these dreams that the computer would let you know what you wanted to do. The idea was that little icons or words would suggest what you wanted to do, but now I have to find my way around to odd little icons that aren’t positioned in the prominent places. When conducting a common task, I have to go searching around in folders or the bottom of the screen. I don’t think any of it will be solved with Leopard because I don’t think there is incentive to.

Editor & publisher of Juiced.GS, the Apple II community's longest-running print publication dedicated to the Apple II; co-host of the Star Trek podcast Transporter Lock; digital nomad at Roadbits.