Came across a video of Steve Jobs demoing NeXTSTEP 3 (including Interface Builder) at KATI. The demo is a reminder that Mac OS X is just a highly refined version of NeXT. Most of the features Steve demoed persist to this day, in one way or another, and are features that we now take for granted (workstation-class networking, anyone?) I tried to pretend I was watching the video back when I still had a 386 running Windows. The technology in the demo is damn impressive considering NeXTSTEP 3 ran on a 486. It was surreal to hear Steve say anything negative about the Macintosh, though.