Hey everybody. Subject line pretty much says it all. I finally managed to upgrade over the weekend to OS X El Capitan. Actually my system was upgraded to OS X El Capitan version 10.11.1 , which is Apple's current release as of this writing. For those of you non-linguophiles out there, El Capitan is Spanish for "the captain." I don't know if Apple necessarily intended it to be that way, but there you go. I'm still figuring things out, but I'm very impressed thus far. VoiceOver is even more responsive than before, particularly Alex. At least this is true on my Mac. There are some new features, one of which is a pop-up menu which lets VoiceOver users choose how the whole interaction thing works. For some I think this will particularly be a welcome addition. It is for me too. At first I was rather put off by the interaction model, but I've come to like it and I see why Apple implemented it. But still, I like this new feature and am going to play around with it as time passes. Rather than discuss this and the other new features and bug fixes though, please head on over to my Links section and have a look at AppleVis. But for now I leave y'all with this thought: Why is it that we park in driveways, and drive in parkways?