Why is this modded troll? Wikipedia appears to agree:
Floyd Landis (born October 14, 1975) is an American cyclist, from Farmersville, Pennsylvania, best known for being disqualified for a doping offense after finishing first in the 2006 Tour de France.
I'm not aware of any way to make Flash work on the iPhone, so they must be serving h.264 through some mechanism. It may not be HTML5, though.
FINALLY that phrase makes some kind of sense.
I have only the Sony PRS-505, and have never used any other e-reader. I like it very much because it supports so many open/common formats, such as PDF, RTF, and EPUB. There is a good third-party FOSS app for it as well (Calibre). In addition to being good for public domain texts, it is also great for viewing your own documents. I used it to study my bar exam outlines, which I merely saved in RTF format and copied to the reader. Again, I can't compare it to other e-readers because I haven't tried any, but it's good for what I like to do with it. The interface is pretty clumsy, but that really doesn't get in the way too badly.
You mean its running on EMACS?
Seen him lately? He is a fat slob
I think one part of the test should include the probability that two independent parties doing the same work ending up with the exact same result should determine whether or not something should be a creative work.
Would two parties doing the exact same work come up with two [substantially] different models of the Washington monument? I doubt it.
If this test were applied, I think it becomes increasingly more obvious as to what is a creative work and what is not.
Admittedly I did not RTFA, but I'd assume that you can't just write, scribble, etc on these...
The majority of short life printouts that I use at work end up with notes, amendments and changes scribbled on them. It's a good system.
Unless I can do this on this new medium, I can't see it being useful in our offices.
"Most of us, when all is said and done, like what we like and make up reasons for it afterwards." -- Soren F. Petersen