What does that have to do with this?
No, I believe it should come as a surprise when you've been working with Apple Representatives, had an update approved by their review process, then have it pulled less than a week later. If apple wants quality apps in their store, they need to act in a predictable manner that businesses can work with.
Read the article... they had issues in the past, over-came them and believed to be in good standing, then they got pulled again.
Wait... a gun for indiana jones is new? When I was a kid (20 years ago), we had pirate sets with guns in them... medieval sets with swords and cross bows... weapons everywhere.... how is violence in lego anything even remotely new?
This one fits in your pocket, and is happy to see you.
Everything is insanely expensive there because of import costs.
Agree. Being conducted online, it shows a bias to computer users who are more likely to be gamers. Now go do the same study by having people stand in a strip mall holding clip boards where there is a movie theater nearby.
He wants the big record labels to be okay with him using their IP in derivative works. Why would he not be okay with the reverse?
Maybe it was my tone? *shrug*
If they used his work as a component in yet another derivative work? I'm sure he'd be just fine with it.
I wouldn't call it the same idea. The same idea would be releasing a CD-RW with 1-2 tracks on it, then releasing more tracks over the years as you get around to writing them.
http://www.bizjournals.com/twincities/stories/2009/02/16/daily23.html 4th or 5th result when I searched for 'FirePond'
It is not a blank CD, it is a blank CD-R. VERY different.