Not forgotten. He called them out at the end of many of his presentations.
Bill Gates wrote the gorilla game. So it all goes back to him.
Never delete from the memory card. Copy stuff you like, keep the rest on the card. When it fills up, buy a new one. Instant backup.
It's the games. With a good part of Valve's catalog being ported to Mac OS X, many bugs and performance gaps have been ironed out. Those simply hadn't been exposed until then. And we all know when the games are going to come to Linux, right?
It would be nice to see it in the Mac App Store. The unified update system is quite relaxing, as opposed to dozens of random Sparkle & other custom update notifications.
The question is not if Java is going to disappear in those 10 years or not. Of course not. The question is whether or not Java is going to go the way of the mainframe: still alive and doing well and making tons of money, but also a niche, certainly not taught in schools and only a matter of time for it to be replaced by a compatible and cheaper technology. By cheaper here I mean cheaper programming labour - something that IS taught in schools, so it's easy to recruit 100s of people to throw at a problem.
I wonder what Jamie and Adam could come up with...
Yes, a volume button is a button that changes the volume, always.
On your next year's iPhone or iPad, the volume may become a wheel or a slider or whatever. Then the app will not work and blame goes to Apple for changing it. They are future-proofing the apps, making sure they have enough space for changes they may come up with.
> The shop owner typically decides the selling price.
But the manufacturer/developer decides the price to sell to the shop owner. Bad analogy.
The interesting thing is that goo.gl gets "shortened" to goo.gl/zoan.
Will it have Java? I'm wondering because it's still the only way to do decent architecture-independent games without 100% CPU usage 100% of the time.
Or does it support the Native client stuff?
This is priceless:
A bunch of audiophiles comment on the subtle (and vast!!) differences in quality between two devices, then somebody discovers that they had been listening to the SAME FILE.
The article sounds like things went wrong quite a bit. And the guy involved wasn't even trying to GET something, he was trying to GIVE it away for free. It really sounds ridiculous enough to call it that.
Does this include ATI drivers with decent 3D acceleration support for OLDER cards? Or does it at least offer the possibility to install those? I run into this issue with Ubuntu - the X server was so new that the drivers weren't available yet and my Radeon HD 2600 had no 3D OpenGL support.