Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 21st Dec 2010 22:56 UTC, submitted by fran
Windows Very light on details, but this is interesting nonetheless - very interesting, and potentially one of the biggest things to have hit the operating systems business this decade. Bloomberg is reporting that Microsoft plans to announce Windows for ARM processors at CES in January 2011.
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RE[15]: what's the point?
by Nelson on Wed 22nd Dec 2010 23:52 UTC in reply to "RE[14]: what's the point?"
Nelson
Member since:
2005-11-29

When did this become a discussion about mobile platforms?
I thought we were talking about _development_ platforms and operating systems.
Even that's a digression from operating systems and processor architectures.

You mentioned silverlight, I mentioned Java.

No one brought up Android/Dalvik until you stuck it in there like the stuffy-guy it is.


I first mentioned them in an off the cuff remark about Silverlight at the end of my first post. In fact, it's the part of my post you ran with.

Now, why are you wasting time with technicalities and semantics instead of commenting on the substance of my post.

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RE[16]: what's the point?
by TheGZeus on Wed 22nd Dec 2010 23:58 in reply to "RE[15]: what's the point?"
TheGZeus Member since:
2010-05-19

Because I only replied to a single sentence. A sentence which states a fallacy born of familiarity and comfort.

You're the only one self-important enough to be saying " NONONO!! I WANNA TALK ABOUT THE THING I WANNA TALK ABOUT! NYEH!"

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RE[17]: what's the point?
by Nelson on Thu 23rd Dec 2010 00:01 in reply to "RE[16]: what's the point?"
Nelson Member since:
2005-11-29

Because I only replied to a single sentence. A sentence which states a fallacy born of familiarity and comfort.


I disagree, and I've explained why, which you've neglected to address.

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