Via Cyndy Aleo-Carreira: Google launches cool new Picasa features Mac users can't use:
The problem, however, is that Google has done the same thing with virtually every one of its new releases: blocked me from using it. Picasa, as well as Chrome and Lively, are all Windows-exclusive products. What does Google have against Apple's OS X?
I don't use Picasa so I don't really care about this not being available for the Mac, but it's another example of Google having jumped the shark. I totally don't get it.
In 2008 it's not that hard to write platform independent software. What is up with this? I'm beyond being confused, and am now thinking this is part of some deep dark Google strategy.