When Apple launched OS X Lion, they did so exclusively through their online App Store. The days of visiting your local Apple retail location and walking out with a DVD were gone. Two months later, the company began selling USB flash drives loaded with Lion, but for $40 more than Lion's download price.
In this week's TR Dojo video, I show you how to create your own bootable USB flash drive in OS X and use it for an OS X Lion install drive. I also ask the question, "Do you like having a physical copy of all your software?" Are downloads enough with software, just like they've become for music?
Take the poll and let me know:
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