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Beginning iPhone Development 216 Screenshot-sm

Posted by samzenpus
from the read-all-about-it dept.
Cory Foy writes "When my wife got a Touch several months back, the first thing I wanted to do was build some applications for it. Who wouldn't want to play with a device that has accelerometers, position sensors and multi-touch gestures? But being new to the Mac world, I needed something to help guide me along. Beginning iPhone Development aims to be that guide. But does it live up to the challenge of teaching a newbie Mac and iPhone developer?" Read below for the rest of Cory's review.

Comment: Re:What? We didnt blame Bush for it? (Score 1, Interesting) 589

by Exanter (#10415351) Attached to: Global Warming Expected to Intensify Hurricanes
No, it doesnt.

A bunch of avowed leftists/marxists who have no specilized exptertise in climatology write the president a letter whining about greenhouse gases, and the president roundfiles the letter... good, I would have too. I don't know what was in it, but color me less than shocked if it came off as a bunch of leftist/environmentalist wanking...

Argumentum Ad Verecundiam, or the Appeal to False Authority, I belive it's called... a rather large example of such, I'd say.

And yes, the president decided not to waste our time with Kyoto... it was voted down 98-0 in the senate for cripes sakes... he couldn't have done anything with it anyways. It's called a reality check. Check out how treaties are ratified in this country sometime...

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