Actually lurker I thought you were probably the only one who had read the article. Just looking for opinions. Many on the PCMag board said the same thing. But interesting from Intel's point of view too not just Apple's.
Well, I did read it, but he makes no compelling argument in favour of such an effort, and I already made what I think is a compelling argument against.
So, tell me, why would anyone buy the Mac OS to put on an X86-based computer, other than to take advantage of a cheap box to install it on? How would Apple overcome the obstacle of a thousand different configurations without running into the same can of worms plaguing Microsoft?