more stickers please
more stickers please
in Italy, they may have been burned as witches.
all this is nonsense, everyone now knows earthquakes are caused by women dressing indecently.
then never released. I'll believe it when I see it. surely it won't be available until ATT figures out how to handle the traffic and charge 3 times what it's worth.
before you do anything else, Apple... remove the ATT monopoly
seems a bummer for the Germans that there was no IT outsourcing market during World War 2, the west would likely have simply done business with them.
So Adobe lawyers suing apple to force them to allow a kludge on their platform is a better approach than fixing the problems in Flash?
the Wolfenstein people said it was a piece of cake porting Wolf 3D to the iPhone
I wonder if this isn't really about Apple cutting off script kiddies at the knees by now allowing half-ass interpreters and extra "layers" on top of what is their gig. and the subsequent whining as the copy/paste elite have no templates to apply their incredibly awesome skillz on.
signs of impending apocalypse
Castle Wolfenstein works pretty damn well on an iPhone. don't need no stinking "gaming phone"!
Solitaire and bubblewrap popper also seems to work flawlessly....
it's simply impossible to do your job otherwise
well, I admit I did not read that in the TOS
had I been smart enough to read that I would certainly have never made such transactions
my opinion stands that these games exist solely to create an environment for enabling theft.
I unwittingly let my son play runescape, and even dumber paid for extra "gold".
here is how that process works.
1. pay someone for gold.
2. meet that person in the game, get the gold
3. get robbed of the gold within minutes by another player
4. repeat (if dumb enough to buy more gold)
I feel these online games exist for one reason, to create an environment where users can be scammed.
they may as well lobby, they sure aren't working hard to extend coverage.
lets get our nation completely dependent on 24x7x365 cell usage, then ban it
Top Ten Things Overheard At The ANSI C Draft Committee Meetings: (3) Ha, ha, I can't believe they're actually going to adopt this sucker.