Courage, self confidence, and willing to sacrifice is all that's needed for a revolution to start.
What is needed for a revolution is a significant portion of the populace to feel that they have nothing to loose. That has been the case throughout history. Seemingly autocratic regimes are tolerated as long as the percentage of population that feels this way is substantially smaller than those who feel altering status quo would cause them to loose something they have (aka middle-class in modern terminology). This is the buffer between the (lots of) haves and have nots.
MS WP7 is a stop gap implementation. A new phone UI over an old crappy embedded OS (WinCE child). That's why it's
.Net only, they know they will have to scrap the foundation and put a real OS ASAP. And they said W8 will support ARM. I'm sure it's not only for low power servers... So by W8, they will have a unified core that can be used for phone and PC.
I think Nokia is waiting for some development like this over WP7, which is probably the reason for the delay - late 2011/early 2012 for the Nokia
I find it quite depressing to be frank. I would rather see a clean start from a clean base.
As somebody who still (occasionally) uses a Nokia E61i, I share your sentiment. The E61i still beats the N1 in terms of VoIP voice quality, battery usage when connected to SIP over WiFi and a host of UI areas (why does Android treat screen lock time out and security time out to be the same - come on Google, this has been a requested feature since 1.6). With all the focus on apps everywhere, simple but essential features like this are overlooked.
I hope some OEM takes MeeGoo and runs with it. That's the only hope for a base OS that runs from phones to tablets to whatever else the future holds.
However, Apple does require that if a publisher chooses to sell a digital subscription separately outside of the app, that same subscription offer must be made available, at the same price or less, to customers who wish to subscribe from within the app. In addition, publishers may no longer provide links in their apps (to a website, for example) which allow the customer to purchase content or subscriptions outside of the app.
That pretty much makes revenue drop by 30% for iOS platforms. How bad do the content providers want iOS ?
Joking aside, that's pretty much what I do. I've never had some turning-point moment where I've thought "I need to do this differently", and it does still Just Work.
Have been in this boat for a while and just out of curiosity tried to move into something more sophisticated. Using Mac OS X, I was unwilling to get into any organizing software that stores the data in propitiatory format - making it difficult/impossible to get the data out. Ended up with EagleFiler, which uses tags that can go into/come out of OpenMeta. Can also use directory structure if that's your style. Since the data is just regular file system contents, you can get to the data using any means.
Text searches are far better than Spotlight's performance.
Using two different external USB drives for backups using TimeMachine ensures some amount of safety from hardware failures (have had to restore once when the internal HD died).
Which company decided to anonymize their logs sooner to protect users? Oh, that would be Google.
Linux Home Basic
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No Linux Mojave ?
Homer Simpson, is that you ?I like to let the TV teach my kid what to think
grep me no patterns and I'll tell you no lines.