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Dec 22nd 2010 10:02PM @mattcutler Think you have a typo there. You meant: "one of APPLE's channels of outreach to consumers has just been shutdown by APPLE." I'm sure you're aware that Apple owns their channels of distribution and is free to do absolutely anything they want with them. If developers don't like it, they'll leave and/or create an alternative.@Martin You're forgetting the $100/year developer license required to host apps in the store. Thus, developers need to pay to be in the store even if their apps are free. Q.E.D.
Oct 14th 2010 12:00AM Honestly, you'd think you people never heard of food dehydration. Everything there has all the telltale signs -- loss of mass, wrinkly texture, etc. The stuff dried out before it could decompose. If you think this is so hideous and disgusting and such a sign of foul play in the making of McDonald's burgers, I suggest you stay away from beef jerky.If you want to see some decomposition, try keeping the same meal in your fridge for six months. The cold, humid environment in there is great for keeping food fresh in the short term, but in the long term? Hoo boy.Not that I'm saying you should eat McD's burgers, mind. They taste disgusting even fresh off the griddle, never mind six months down the road. I just hate when people see a perfectly natural process and make perfectly unnatural assumptions from it.
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