I've always wondered why the majority of commercial software, including almost all the worthwhile games, get Mac ports, but very little is ported to Linux.
In the last decade, excluding the CS department when I was at university, I've seen a grand total of *one* Apple laptop, and *zero* apple desktops. Compare that to one Linux laptop and three or four Linux desktops. Plus probably a couple of hundred Windows machines.
If we include the CS students, the Apple count goes up by one laptop, and the Linux count by one or maybe two.
Everyone seems to know of Macs, and think they have some idea about them, but so few people have ever actually *used* one that I don't understand why they're so well-known.
Perhaps there are more of them in the US, whence we import all our technical news and opinions?