Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Oct 2010 21:42 UTC
Talk, Rumors, X Versus Y Steve Jobs' rant against Android, RIM, and 7" tablets couldn't go by unnoticed, of course. We already had the rather dry response from Google's Andy Rubin, but Mountain View isn't the only one who responded. TweetDeck's CEO wasn't particularly pleased by Jobs distorting TweetDeck's story on developing for Android, and now we have RIM's co-CEO Jim Balsillie who slammed Cupertino pretty hard.
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RE[4]: Flash
by WorknMan on Wed 20th Oct 2010 12:02 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Flash"
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If that's unimportant to you, then you're probably one of those who think it's just great to have your old documents stuck in a format you have to pay money to read. You're giving your content away to the patent holders.

Well, it's like this... I graduated from high school about 15 years ago. Thus, I didn't come from the Entitlement Generation who expects everything to be handed to them for free. So no, I don't mind paying a little something for the apps I use.

In regards to accessing the content, if you're going to use a proprietary format for that, just make sure you're using something that can export to other formats if needed. Later on down the road, you can always use an emulator if you absolutely need to get at the app you used to create it.

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