It will be awesome when some gamer comes up with the "Up up down down left right B A" combo to defeat cancer.
I felt like everyone kind of missed the obvious joke.
Don't worry, I've read enough Gruber stuff to know better.
The Wire has officially been deprecated.
Yeah, they lost me at "John Gruber" and "thoughtful".
Sense is a bloated beast. Sense roms are about 550, as I said. AOSP (CM10) is 150. HTC is the worst.
I usually wipe once every week or two on nightlies unless I'm getting a lot of force closes or reboots. For me, the downloads are the biggest time (and battery) suck. I'm not on Sense on my Evo LTE anymore, but the base rom is about 550mb. That is huge.
I would be highly interested if I could download incremental updates (patches?). Who wants to download 70-600mb of data for every nightly?
After this comes out, I'll give it a try on Ubuntu.
Lots of rent seeking. I know a number of people who would have, a priori, been better off just heading straight into the workforce or finding a trade to do. I also know a number of people who got a degree and went into another field, either by choice or by circumstance (eg, not finding a job), and could have ended up the same place without college. I think in either situation, these people may have thought different about their choice to go to school based on the availability (or lack there of) of school loans.
Clear actually owns the Wimax network. Sprint leases spectrum from Clear. Nice little hedge they had there.
The submitter is wrong. They said they would sell Wimax devices through 2012. They will mostly likely support Wimax for far long than that.
They asked him in the cease and desist to remove the proprietary Google apps (Gmail, Reader, or whatever) from the package. They are available as a separate flashable zip.
Samsung should go with the "You'll poke your eye out, kid!" defense.