So maybe the problem isn't so much the total quantity, but that they will be competing in a very saturated market that is hard to stand out from when you have the likes of the iPad, or many cheaper options for those that don't want to spend much on a toy.
But I can't help to wonder if they are just a bit late to the tablet fad, haven't new tablet purchases slowed to a crawl because everyone already has one? I'm not saying they won't be able to sell it or anything, I'm just thinking it might lack that X-factor that rocketed the Wii to such success.
Before taking it down it would have only gotten a handful of views, and I probably would have never seen it.
Now even I wanna see this video! Anyone got a link to somewhere they haven't taken down yet?
The term "Mod" is abused here, when I think of a mod I think of something that is a positive effect on a game. Someone who is doing something to cheat in an online game is referred to as a hacker or cheater, not a modder.
Maybe there's something lost in the message, because the idea should be to make programming an attractive option for more people, because perhaps the stigma has been for some time now that only computer nerds (like me) are interested in that that kind of stuff. Granted they also need to realize there's a long path of learning to becoming an effective programmer, but you do have to start somewhere.
Exactly what I was going to suggest! I can't stand those stupid blocks in the default start menu.
The only thing I didn't like about Classic Shell was their custom File Explorer, but fortunately you can choose not to use it:)