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Where Apple says “You can’t do that because we think that would suck,” Microsoft and Android usually say, “You can do whatever you want, even if it sucks.” They give users enough rope with which to hang themselves, even when that results in asphyxiation, and it’s up to the users to tolerate or fix any resulting problems themselves. Google and Microsoft are platform libertarians: they don’t kick away the chair, but you have to cut yourself down.
Interesting idea here and I tend to agree.
Don’t worry about what the competition is doing. Worry about what you’re doing. That’s how you do the best work.(via parislemon)
Knowing no more than you do right now, I can guarantee you: the iPad 3 will disappoint a lot of armchair tech commentators, “analysts”, and anyone who gets paid by the pageview.
It’s not just the folks who like to complain about Apple. I’m pretty sure most tech journalism could be replaced by Mad Lib style articles written at least six months in advance.