Ubuntu: you’re doing it wrong →
An interesting critiqute to Ubuntu’s new approach to developing the Operating system, calling on them for their lack of true “opennes” and the recent direction they have taken. He raises some particularly strong topics, as well as draw a staggeringly accurate comparison with Apple. Definitely worth reading.
Apple shocks everyone again, unveils OS 10.9...
imikebeas: Today, Apple unveiled an even newer version of their operating system than the one they announced only days ago. The newest version, dubbed “Mountain Lion S,” features marginal performance improvements and enhanced support for certain hardware accessories that don’t currently exist. Apple’s OS X team is facing legal troubles however, as the iOS team has filed a lawsuit over several...
Content everywhere, but not a drop to drink
MG Siegler, as always, makes a pretty interesting case of how technology is going wrong in certain areas. This time, he states that the blogging and writing in the web is in a very dire state, and makes it a pretty compelling case to start taking everything you read in the web with many grains of salt. This article may make you hate yourself give up on blogging entirely, or encourage you to...
An idea getting tried over and over tends to be a positive signal (which is one...– Chris Dixon
Call for action: the Open Web needs you NOW! →
It’s time for action. We, as users, must demand developers, vendors, and companies to stop implementing the WebKit only prefixes on CSS properties. Let’s make this the Open Web or good, and not repeat the mistakes of the past. Your voice matters.
Attention web developers: you are breaking the web →
It sounds like something from a galaxy far, far away, but in truth it was not that long ago that the web was littered with sites that proudly proclaimed “works best in Internet Explorer.” Thankfully those days are over. IE6 no longer dominates the web. But, while IE6 may be a thing of the past, the root problem — websites that work in one and only one web browser — sadly, remains. Web...