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September 25, 2013 by

In spite of its flaws, iOS 7 is very cool

Although there are a few problems with iOS 7, I'd say it's a success. I like it. I like that it has some Metro-esque qualities and a few Androidy things about it. But there's one feature that's my very favorite: AirDrop.

July 3, 2013 by

Microsoft's developer crusade

If you're measuring Microsoft's developer success by the number of apps on Windows 8 or Windows Phone, you're missing most of the story. Microsoft's got a fight on its hands, but is doing very well with developers.

February 16, 2012 by

No Chrome Movement

I have been thinking, dangerous but true. Much of what I like in the world of web design and computing is when the interface gets out of the way, allowing the user untrammelled access to the task at hand.

November 9, 2011 by

Mobile Flash ISN'T dead

To be honest, Adobe's announcement that its future mobile strategy was going to be focused on HTML5 and on AIR wasn't a surprise. Much of the new strategy had been telegraphed a month or so ago at its MAX conference, where mobile AIR applications got top billing alongside the company's purchase of PhoneGap developers Nitobi.

October 13, 2011

Ubuntu One for Windows

If you've been checking the Ubuntu home page for news of Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot), which is released today, you will until recently have been confronted by a page promoting Ubuntu One for Windows — although the actual release was a couple of weeks ago at the end of September.


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