Tag Archives: appstore

My delicious.com bookmarks for August 15th through August 24th

  • Apple Answers the FCC’s Questions – A few interesting tidbits, including the fact that two reviewers look at every update, but I'd say that there was little of real substance here.
  • The brutal truth about America’s healthcare – "But the truth is that the rich, and the insurance firms, just don't realise what we are going through, or simply don't care. Look around this room and tell me that America's healthcare don't need fixing." Still finding the whole debate quite bizarre.

My delicious.com bookmarks for July 17th through July 23rd

  • Senior City-zens: The World's 10 Oldest Still-Inhabited Cities – "I grew up in Europe, where the history comes from." Maybe Eddie Izzard should have gone with "I was born in the middle east, where the really old history comes from."
  • Maker's Schedule, Manager's Schedule – If you can't actually avoid meetings, then at least try to schedule them so you can maximise your productivity. Rings true…
  • There’s a pretty significant problem in the new… – I'm starting to expect Graham Chapman to burst in at any second and announce that this is getting far too silly. Apparently any iPhone app that allows "unfiltered internet access," everything from web browsers to Twitter clients to, presumably, delicious.com clients, now requires a 17+ rating.

My delicious.com bookmarks for June 15th through June 22nd

My delicious.com bookmarks for February 25th

  • ID Card Database *Already* Breached – "Yes, that will be a good excuse, won't it: honest guv, I just inadvertently clicked on Gordon Brown's ID card information…." Does anyone still think they're a good idea? I especially like the argument that because it's been broken it's more secure. Nice.
  • Who profits from the App Store? – A rather more balanced piece about the iTunes App Store than we typically see. Certainly I'm nearer the one copy a day end of the spectrum than the quarter of a million dollar in a couple of weeks you normally see in articles like this… (via @neilinglis)
  • Straw slaps ban on Iraq debate docs – How, in a democracy, does one person get to decide this? Surely taking a country to war is in the public interest?!