“It’s a huge step backwards for the FBI to switch from a proven, ubiquitous, user-friendly technology like email to a portal that has consistently shown problems, ranging from restricting how often citizens can access their right to government oversight to legitimate privacy concerns,” says Michael Morisy, co-founder of MuckRock, a nonprofit that has helped people file over 28,271 public records requests at more than 6,690 state, federal, and local agencies.
One of my main apps has been abandoned by the developer, mostly because they now sell it as a yearly subscription. They will never update my pre-subscription full functionality app. Am I supposed to delete that? Why should I when I purchased a fully functional app in good faith?
If you feel like reading another 'Those kids sure are doing crazy things with technology' article hear it is.
Having said that, it's still pretty cool. Now if you could get that to integrate with Eclipse, Spring, and Struts...
To tell me that cell phones interfere with radio reception with a gratuitous mention of the iPhone so I would read it.
With all the stuff going on in the world why does Slashdot waste my time with this?
That does not compute.