☞ Mistakes That Can't Be Admitted
By webmink on Nov 19, 2009
Paul Graham gets it spot on again. Apple's attitude is Google's biggest asset in the battle for the mobile market.
Looks like non-US developers can now submit software for the Java Store, although they can't charge for it. Glacial, but the destination is worth heading for I think.
This fits in with the populism-over-wisdom approach characterise by UK politics at the moment. Sugar is not the worst possible role model for today's connected society, but he has to come close. Another Mandelson decision, I am sure.
I agree with (the ever remarkable) Quinn here. My children are now old enough to tell me if I lived up to this ideal, which is a bit scary.