Member since: Apr 11th, 2008
Aug 12th 2010 11:49AM I'm confused. If Apple had released mobile devices with a proper web browser that supported standard Internet technologies and a more complete Internet experience, then wouldn't we have been able to access Grooveshark from the very beginning and wouldn't the staff of Grooveshark been able to fully focus on improving and supporting their one product. That would have been a pretty big win-win-win for Grooveshark, those of us with iPhones, and the rest of the Internet population. That's not what happened, and it leaves one to wonder what the real character of this situation is. To me, this feels a little like celebrating the day that a bruise finally goes away from the time when you got struck in the head with a baseball. That's great but isn't a world where you're not getting hit in the hear with baseballs in the first place a better one? Maybe I'm overthinking?
Apr 11th 2008 11:23AM I would use HTC Shift as a test platform when developing web-sites.
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