But watching grown men tackle each other for 5 hours is quality entertainment. Am I right?
Man what FUD. First of all photoshop isn't a browser app, it's 'on your computer'.
It's *hugely* cheaper to do things their new way. Before upgrading the creative suite every year cost between $1300 and $1800, and to boot you didn't get everything.
Now it's (for individuals) $600 a year, and you get literally everything they offer.
It phones home once a month, that's it. Adobe's new pricing and licensing scheme is nothing but cheaper and better for everyone, unless you don't have internet or you're running lots of pirated plugins. (Which is probably the real reason you and many like you are upset.)
And if you think the NSA couldn't access your computer before Adobe, you're just... well..denying reality. Your user ID number would suggest some years on you, but your tone and arguments suggest otherwise. Confusing as shit.
We could all declare bankruptcy at once. That should do it.
We've been doing some augmented reality games at the studio where I work lately. We build what we need in maya/max and move it to Unity for the build. With iOS, it's about a 10 minute ordeal to build and test it and use Testflight to send it around the office very quickly.
It was so easy that we decided to give it a shot for Android, I mean... it's like doubling your market right? Well... no. First most of the droid phones need special drivers, and they aren't easy to find. Then you have to build based on which version of the droidOS you are using, which on some phones is a pain to get because they don't list it outright. (Confusion between firmware vs. os version, etc. Keep in mind we are game devs not programmers.)
Googleusb doesn't always work properly, we spend hours if not days trying to get a build to work properly on various phones. It's a fucking ordeal let me tell you. We dropped Android support for the project and all future projects as a result. Not worth the time and effort until there is a more unifying experience between them. The cost was X to do iphone development, it's X*15 for droid.
Now this is just one very small segment and one that is not like the environments used by the more elite programmers that visit this site. But if a studio of 20 people who already have it working properly in iOS cannot get it working right on Droid, well.... forget droid.
Our version of perfection is "working without days of hassle to get the right drivers, firmware, etc for *each* phone we want to test it on." If that is who you are decrying, well...
As an artist, it DOES have to be perfect. Sorry you feel differently, but that's the reality. It's programmers like yourself who feel that it *doesn't* have to be perfect that make developing for Droid such a giant pain in the ass for us little guys.
I don't love Apple, but fuck if I want to spend any more late nights and weekends trying to get droid phones to work properly.
These days you only have the rights that you can afford to defend.
Well presumably you'd pay the interns near minimum wage. Now if you are already paying your regular employees jack shit, then you're right, there's no point. If you're paying your regular employees jack shit, you probably don't have much you could teach an intern of any value so...
I wonder if these guys took chemistry in school.
Same here. For me, if it's not on steam it doesn't exist. And since EA isn't on steam... well... it's as if hundreds of games screamed out in isolation and were suddenly silenced.
I guess this no longer works. I should have checked before I posted.
What I do is when my show starts, I just take click toward the end of the show, after the last commercial but before the end. (Don't let it hit the very end.)
A commercial will play, then put I'll it back at the beginning. Enjoy a commercial free show from that point forward.
Hitting reload resets and you have to start over. I use Opera but I imagine it works with any browser.
Making the people more aware that life isn't supposed to be they way it is for them? Brainwashing is powerful and most of them were born into this, have never left, and know nothing else.
It's a powerful tactic.
Surely they had lawyers pouring over it... didn't *they* notice?
You make a good point, but as a college instructor myself for about 10 years now I know the real reason.
It's extra work. End of story. Nobody wants to do extra work for nothing.