Linked by David Adams on Sun 6th Nov 2011 04:35 UTC, submitted by twitterfire
Linux Linux advocates have for so long advocated browser-accessed software as a service as a way to break out of Microsoft's proprietary desktop. Now that this world has arrived, there's less incentive to work on native Linux apps.
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RE[3]: Dual Views
by Kivada on Wed 9th Nov 2011 04:54 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Dual Views"
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The problem with your HIB analogy is that they've started acting like douchebags with these single game "bundles" These las 2 bundles could have easily been just a single bundle. Because of this though I like many others have dropped our payouts significantly while many more fully decided not to buy the HIB because it only had the one game at release and ignoring that other games where added over time.

I still pitched in $20, though I'd usually throw in $50, but all of that $20 went to the EFF, nothing to the HIB or the devs. None to Child's play either, Net Neutrality is far more important.

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