But OpenGL right now does not seem to be geared towards games in any way.
I think some folks at Valve would have something to say about that.
The closest you could get is probably one of these. Of course, these companies are ISPs, too.
Seeing the infamous iPad launch reminded me that what I really want is a light-weight appliance with e-ink (black-and-white is fine), a standard terminal compatible screen, SSH, Emacs / Vi. Some local storage (solid state). WiFi and 3G networking. And a hell of a long battery life. (I'm talking months, not days) for around 50 dollars. Basically, a cheap, light-weight, long-lived, log-in-to-my-server-from-anywhere (particularly out-of-doors, during the day), terminal.
So, does anyone make something like this? If not, why not? And what would it take to get it made?
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My question for Slashdot is: If you're a legitimate small business selling legitimate software and Google cuts you off with the same letter they use to kill malware purveyors (Our software's might not be world-class but malware is a bit of a stretch!) what do you do?"
Political observers guess, that the political parties would like to get rid of the law without loosing face, but since it already passed the parlament, they can't simply abandon it. Politics — everyone knows what needs to be done, but no one wants to admit he was wrong in the first place.
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