As always, Scott offers his unique insight into the impending violation of the Macintosh motherboard by Intel chips. I actually chatted with a buddy via iChat as he was using one of the Intel-powered Macs running at WWDC, and he was blown away by the performance. Actually, Scott’s right – it’s just a chip. All the end user cares about is cost and performance. Developers who do machine code might get religious about the chipset choice, but most who program in higher-level languages probably won’t care much one way or the other.