Familiar territory

iPad pre-orders, Windows Phone whatever and Tim Bray takedowns, all in this week’s Macworld piece.

  • Charles:

    “Apparently, ‘open’ platforms are wonderful as long as they help fuel the platform originator’s proprietary cashcows.”

    So that’s the same as closed platforms then. Except I haven’t heard about an annual fee for Andriod devs.

    It’s a shame that all users of Apple products and OS X are associated with overbearing zealous douchebags such as yourself.

  • First of all, those aren’t the Macalope’s words you’re quoting, they’re from Counternotions. Second, that’s the point of his post, that Android is open, but it’s just a tool to protect their proprietary services.

    So, what’s your beef again?

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