Sounded like he had more of a problem with Kickstarter itself then the OUYA. Regardless, he does bring up a good point: smaller companies (and large ones too) simply don't have a good grip on the logistics of such projects. They could have some of the best hardware & software designers around, it would still mean nothing if they can't find somewhere to manufacture it, someone to sell it, someone to distribute it, etc. Lord have mercy on their souls if they don't even have a decent salesman...
Getting back on track, I haven't been paying any attention at all to Windows 8 for the same reason I refuse to watch My Little Pony: it gives me an excuse to not have to talk or think about it. Contrary to popular practice, opinions should be based on facts sprinkled with personal feelings, not the latest rumors and gossip. Without the facts, I can not assemble a proper opinion. If I can not assemble a proper opinion, I have no reason to speak.
Even though I've put effort into ignoring W8, I still know juuuuust enough about it (two things) to know that I'll hate it with a passion. First and most obvious it's another attempt to sell computers to idiots. I normally wouldn't have an issue with this, except when it seems that they think everyone but themselves is technologically retarded. Second, I hate touch screens. Give me a mouse and keyboard any day. I'd rather have CTS then a touch screen.
I'm still using Windows XP, and occasionally Debian. I haven't completely gotten lost in Linux-land because Windows still has much
better game support (and da AGS editor