Put your sounds on the stick, put the stick inside the ancient-looking cassette tape, then scrawl all over it for verity’s sake. 6 different designs, one overwhelming wave of nostalgia. [Suck UK] Thanks, Xeni!
The answer to the OS war: buy a mac, then shut the hell up about it. Continue reading
I don’t care if you’re right. I just want you to die. I know Windows is awful. Everyone knows Windows is awful. Windows is like the faint smell of piss in a subway. … Still, bad though it is, I vaguely prefer the clumping, clueless, uncool, crappiness of Microsoft’s bland Stepford gang to the creepy assurance of the average Mac evangelist.
JWZ tears his hair out: though among the earliest Palm Pré developers, trying to get stuff into its app store is a pointless waste of time.
Apple devs think they have it bad, but at least Apple is strongly motivated to exploit their work. The odd part to this story is that Palm’s app store is like a bizarre cargo-cult echo of Apple’s: it copies all the wrong things (absurd submission policies) but none of the right ones (attaining hordes of customers before turning the screw.)
Beggars can’t be choosers.
Neat fact: about a third of Boing Boing readers use Macs, and of those, 21.28 percent have already upgraded to Snow Leopard. For reference, BBG is at 35.31 percent, Offworld at 27.92 percent, Daring Fireball is at about 60 percent and Macworld reports just over 50 percent. Unfortunately, there is no word yet from the Official Webpage of The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
When Rocky Mountain Bank mistakenly sent banking info to the wrong email address, it demanded that Google tell them who owned this email address. Google: “No.” How did Federal Judge James Ware respond? He ordered gmail to close the innocent gmail user’s account. [TechDirt]
Deleting an account to delete a single email sent to it? It’s not even the sort of thing one can map to useless “best justice money can buy” assumptions about the U.S. legal system. It’s just plain stupid, a line of drool linking this clueless bench jockey’s bottom lip to 1972’s best guess about who should prevail when the interests of businesses conflict with those of the general public. This particular Judge, as you might imagine, has an interesting history.
Crunchgear talks of the coming tablet PC war (in which it is a participant.)