Do I hear correctly? Is that the sound of millions of IE6 voices suddenly crying out in terror and being silenced?
“The basic issue is that the nation is understanding rightfully the importance of STEM education, and computer science is being largely left out of the conversation,” he told me, “although if you were to look where the job demand is going to be and what drives the economy, … computer science is huge.”
Failure is just an intrinsic part of the innovation process.
It looks like I’ll be calling IE Internet Exploder for years to come. The reports are coming out, and it looks like even though IE9 supports the main HTML5 and some CSS3 technologies, they left out some of the best
My Definition of a Layout That Degrades Gracefully…
I’m hoping that the Emmy voters (who are they anyway) do what the Oscars did for Return of the King, where since the series is over, they will shower LOST with Emmys to show their appreciation for what the show has done to our culture (and prime time for that matter).
I’m not so livid. I actually kind of liked the episode, but I do think the way they answered who the “Adam and Eve” were from the cave in season one was a bad call.
Did you notice what he said? “the mobile era is about…touch interfaces.” As much as I hate to admit it, the iPhone was the first device to successfully break users of the keyboard/mouse paradigm. He makes it even more distasteful to admit, as I write this with my relic of a human-computer interface called a keyboard.
If I were to give Apple a report card, I would have to check the box that says, “doesn’t play well with others.”