Linked by Kroc Camen on Sat 29th May 2010 20:41 UTC
Apple I've been meaning to write this for some time, and for all the time I delayed the more poignant the point I wanted to make started to become as new news came out further solidifying my angle. When I begun writing this article the iPad had not yet been revealed, iPhone OS 4 was not on the map and Apple had not yet purchased Lala. You've probably just noticed that all of these events in fact point toward Apple embracing the web more and in this article I will point out why this is not the case because I believe Apple's agenda here is similar to something we've already seen in recent history.
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RE: Comment by mtzmtulivu
by Almafeta on Sun 30th May 2010 04:15 UTC in reply to "Comment by mtzmtulivu"
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Safari as a web browser is not going anywhere anytime soon and its existence only serves to force web developers to aim for lowest common denominator and hence will prevent anybody from locking up the web.

Which does not imply its relevance.

(Also, "open source == free" logical fallacy.)

Google's best interest lies in people having free access to the web.

Google's best interest lies in Google-controlled and Google-monitored access to the web.

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