Sell me a PDF of your book. No DRM, no bullshit... for a reasonable price
Out of interest, why does your book need to be sold as a printed copy? Can you not sell a PDF for say $5, instant download?
Gnash or Swfdec, sure.
Moonlight is deceptive. The code is LGPL, the codecs are EULA.
Flash isn't free software though, which is the point here.
Nah. Book an appointment at all the Apple Stores in the area... around here it's 4 I think.
But you'd like to paint the FSF as doing a 'meatspace DDoS' as it helps you write them off as loonies I guess. Tell me, are you a Mac user?
Customer service can't answer "Why can the iPhone 3G only be activated by Apple and AT&T?" or "The iPhone 3G has GPS support. How can users be sure that the GPS cannot be used to track their position, without their permission?" or even "Why does iTunes still contain so much DRM-laden music?" -- sure they can.
They were already answering questions about iTunes Plus with its limited amount of DRM-free music, for one.
.ria eht ni cisum syawla s'ereht dna
That's not true.
Windows users of iPods/iPhones are just one example of a non-Mac OS user going for support at a genius bar. They also provide pre-sales advice.
And Parallels is non-free software. I'm kinda glad more things don't support EFI. EFI is pretty terrible for freedom.
Invasion? You mean, taking advantage of Apple's online retail booking system and getting people to voluntarily go and ask questions of their paid customer service employees?
From what I heard... Microsoft purchased some laptops from the project, and then put Windows on them themselves, just like you or I could... and then distributed those to see how it worked out. In total around 250 machines.
I use emacs you insensitive clod! We've had that feature for years!
And the UK.