I agree: Lua is absolutely one of the best things to be teaching high school students. You can either sit entirely in the Lua language itself, or you can learn to extend the capabilities of the VM and interface with outside libraries and frameworks.
I think the big elephant in the room is more to be found further upstream, in the area of manufacturing. Worrying about software hacks is one thing - not having the faintest absolute clue exactly *what* is inside the chip package is something else entirely. Think its an accumulator bank? Oh sorry, maybe we forgot to mention the harmonic bundles associated with wave guidance within the interstitial distances of the rapidly blinking transistors
The game is over folks, or rather
We need to evolve to adapt to this new threat to the species, and instead of seriously *resisting* its effects on our being, we - the true power - direct the feature to our favour. If, out of the NSA catastrophe, we gain a "New Internet" wherein *everything, everywhere* for 15 years, was available to everyone, then we'd have indeed a new era in the human species. A truly evolutionary step, made by mistake - perhaps.
The problem is OEMs have no incentive to put money into handsets they sold two years ago.
The OEMs should be profiting from their own app stores
I suppose its because of the draconian US laws about content delivery over telephone networks, in the end, though
I love Robotron, play it regularly, Defender too
Crazy Climber 2
Currently, I just can't stop playing Juno First
I wouldn't be so quick to jump on the SmartQ7
-- Hey, he can keep his blackberry, but only use it in the Oval office.
-- He keeps his blackberry, takes it with him, but it is open and public and well-maintained, and he shares it a lot with whoever he's with
Hey, come to think of it, he's the President now. Why doesn't he just get someone to **make** him the perfect wirehead rig, eh
.. this will be my *last* MacBook.
I wish someone else from the 90's would make laptops as cool as Apple though