How often in (pre-D&D) literature (including myths and legends) do magic wielders fail to cast a spell or have a spell back-fire? Specific examples are especially welcome.
01 March 2011
We support two platforms at Apple: HTML5. Fully open, uncontrolled platforms forged by widely respected standards bodies. The second platform we support is the App Store. It’s a curated platform
As far as Readability is concerned, our response is fairly straight-forward: go the other way…towards the web.
This seems a little strange.
We can offer you Coke or Pepsi.
An open letter to this restaurant: We don’t like Pepsi. Until you change things, we will go the other way...Coke.
Whether Apple’s policy towards subscriptions is good or not is beside the point. Apple explicitly supports the web route for anyone who doesn’t like the terms of the iOS App Store. And, hey, you were already there anyway. What was your point again?
Honestly, though, Readability’s set-up seems really screwy. Why would anyone pay those authors extra to get a readable version of their content. They ought to have worked with people who would have presented it in a readable fashion in the first place.
Anyway, I hope Apple’s policy doesn’t force Kindle off of iOS. I wouldn’t be happy about that.