Even though it appears that Apple has slipped yet again on the release of OS X, a large support network is laying its roots in anticipation of the phantom OS. Xentrum, a new OS X based Mac news site, is the latest addition to this growing web. Offering news about OS X and related products and announcements, Xentrum will be there when Apple takes the wraps off Beta. According to Xentrum:
Today we are proud to announce that Xentrum.com is ready, and that the site is operative on all levels. It has mainly three sections: News articles, Software updates and External articles/links.
Xentrum.com is probably the only 100% Mac OS X site around, since all traditional mac sites are still dealing with the current Mac OS. But when the Mac OS X beta will be ready this summer there is no doubt that it will receive a lot of attention and that people will be looking for sites like xentrum.com.
Additional info for whom it might interest: Xentrum.com is as most other sites, looking for partners in all kinds of ways. Do you for instance have a site that actually covers some areas better than what xentrum.com does today, and would you like to work with us?
You can find more information at the Xentrum web site.