Like Christmas in the US. A month is a bit excessive though.
There are already applications that write better news articles than the average Times or Guardian piece.
I guarantee that RIM, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle and Yahoo! all have engineers worth far more than any of their (often detrimental) CEOs.
What FOSS alternative for Flash/Flex is there? One that produces compatible formats (swf,flavor,etc.) of course.
Same question for Photoshop, as Gimp is rather kinda shitty. Most image editing software I've tried on Linux seems to get some HCI heuristic horrendously wrong.
I would FAR rather have my browser NOT bug me about trivial shit that I can adjust at any time.
Couldn't he claim that he was actually defending the sanctity and integrity of the religion from charlitans and superstition?
On the desktop, it is an extremely fluid, extensible, quick yet powerful way of developing visual applications in a language that many love (C++).
I would quite like it if I could build applications for the core mobile devices under that exact same setup.
But that isn't what they are aiming for, and you're right, their sights seem set on irrelevancy and failure.
When your core users are using your software SPECIFICALLY for desktop C++ development, bastardizing the software in some schizophrenic, hopeless pursuit of an area few of them want is quite the wrong way to do it.
The point was that Apple changed the market. Whether deservedly or due to pomp and marketing us up to interpretation.
This is more of an argument about definitions.
What the US calls a socialiberalistacommunofascist party (the Democrats) is what the rest if the world would call a 'conservative' party.
Would you trust some stupid egghead who wants to take away your gas guzzler and teach blasphemy in your child's school?
If you don't like Comcast and Verizon and AT&T and (insert monopolistic service provider here) violating net neutrality and grossly under-delivering on their promises, then just don't buy from them!
You could say the same things about usurping, gouging and destroying the interests and consumerism of ANY technology or ANY hobby or ANY interest. "just don't buy it" and "they're a business so it's OK" and all variants of these statements are bullshit non-responses and nothing more than flakey attempts to avoid valid criticisms and contempt of abhorrent business practices.
A sweatervested mastermind sits cackling in a corner somewhere.
They use actual screencaps and promotional materials ripped from the movies and associated trademarked/copyrighted works, without permission.