Member since: Jan 12th, 2009
Sep 7th 2010 11:20AM Just render ACID 3 correctly and meet W3C standards and I will be a happy camper.
Sep 6th 2010 10:51AM I bet that is nothing compared the power used up by when they did Pacman.
Aug 10th 2010 2:51PM This is a lot like Galcon Fusion http://www.galcon.com/fusion/
Aug 5th 2010 2:09PM Eye-candy such as this is not worth the loss of accessibility in my book. If you want to risk your portfolio not showing up on devices the don't have (or companies that block) flash you go right ahead.I want my work to wow people, not some display script I payed for.
Aug 2nd 2010 2:25PM Note this is the same case with Adobe software or at least with CS3 Creative Suite which I have installed both on my production desktop and laptop for use awhile I am away.
Jul 30th 2010 9:56AM Exactly. This does nothing but put the ball in at&t's court to fix their network. In the meantime I will be enjoying my new droid x which I used to post this.
Jul 23rd 2010 1:27PM Well until that feature is added what about just right clicking the file and toggling the "read only" attribute?
Jul 2nd 2010 2:45AM Leaning toward this over the Incredible at this point. All the reviews I have seen point toward better battery life which tipped the scales for me.Still somewhat sad Verizon never got the Nexus One. I worry about how long 2.2 will take to hit some of these "new" devices.
Jun 11th 2010 9:07PM Interesting but again I do not like the flash requirement without graceful degradation. In my opinion if your pictures are good then they should be focus instead of some eye-candy script that is not your own.
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