Forget Linux, Forget Unix, Forget MacWhatever, forget Windows, and any other OS you may be using.
Say hello to PostOS. PostOS is built on PostgreSQL technology and fits you like a glove.
The built-in planner watches you type (or stare in confusion) and creates a composite image of what kind of person you are and
what behavior it should emulate. It's integrated monitor display and speakers are used to provide information as well as to watch and hear your every move. The built-in image recognition system (an extension to the PostGIS extension), can distinguish between members of your family and can impersonate them as well and change behavior accordingly.
Today Microsoft unveiled their top secret project code named CatchMe.
This is their new flagship database for Linux and Unix based on predominantly the
PostgreSQL 9.0 code base, but with an emulation layer that makes it behave like SQL Server
2008 R2. Unlike the Windows SQL Server 2008 R2 product, this version is completely free and
open source under the Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL). Downloads for the RCs of these will be available soon. Please stay tuned.
Reporter Dat A. Base managed to get an exclusive interview with the head of the
project, Quasi Modo. The transcript follows: