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Old 04-08-2008, 11:54 PM
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Default iPhone again rises in value for the end user

Every day brings news of exclusive deals with Apple iTunes all of
which enhanced the only decent phone with built in iPod functionality,
the iPhone.

MORE FREE NEAT STUFF - iTunes U

The New York Public Library
http://labs.nypl.org/2008/04/08/nypl-on-itunes-u/

Apple's program to host multimedia files and podcasts for various
institutes of learning in the iTunes Store, has a brand new member --
a big one. The New York Public Library has just launched its iTunes U
page. Included are lots of audio programs broken up into several
sections, as well as some archival material. The best part, of course,
is that all of this content is free.


IF YOU CAN'T BEAT THEM JOIN YHEM

A large TV network that pulled out of iTunes in a huff has sinked back
allowing their content online through iTunes again.

WEB PAGE DEVELOPERS TOLD TO LOSE THE FLASH

There seems to be a groundswell of companies who are unhappy with
customers complaining they can not view their web pages becuase their
web developer switched to flash. Other developers are finding that
flash on any mobile device doesn't work all that well anyway so they
have been told to redo the pages without flash. I bet there have been
no small number of wealthy iPhone users in that crowd who have
complained and got a hearing ear. Others have pointed out that there
are security concerns with flash.

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Old 04-09-2008, 12:08 AM
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Default Re: iPhone again rises in value for the end user

Is it above zero yet? No? OK, so, when?

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Old 04-09-2008, 01:03 AM
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Default Re: iPhone again rises in value for the end user

4phun <vic.healey@gmail.com> wrote in news:39f9ef1b-9101-4aa7-804f-
d47fe10d917c@d45g2000hsc.googlegroups.com:

> WEB PAGE DEVELOPERS TOLD TO LOSE THE FLASH
>
> There seems to be a groundswell of companies who are unhappy with
> customers complaining they can not view their web pages becuase their
> web developer switched to flash. Other developers are finding that
> flash on any mobile device doesn't work all that well anyway so they
> have been told to redo the pages without flash. I bet there have been
> no small number of wealthy iPhone users in that crowd who have
> complained and got a hearing ear. Others have pointed out that there
> are security concerns with flash.
>
>


Now you ARE dreamin'.........


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Old 04-09-2008, 02:15 AM
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Default Re: iPhone again rises in value for the end user

In article
<39f9ef1b-9101-4aa7-804f-d47fe10d917c@d45g2000hsc.googlegroups.com>,
4phun <vic.healey@gmail.com> wrote:

> There seems to be a groundswell of companies who are unhappy with
> customers complaining they can not view their web pages becuase their
> web developer switched to flash. Other developers are finding that
> flash on any mobile device doesn't work all that well anyway so they
> have been told to redo the pages without flash. I bet there have been
> no small number of wealthy iPhone users in that crowd who have
> complained and got a hearing ear. Others have pointed out that there
> are security concerns with flash.


Is the above something you wrote,or something you copied from some
place? I would like to see a link to the original source of the above
claim if it is not you.

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Old 04-09-2008, 03:19 PM
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Default Re: iPhone again rises in value for the end user

In article
<39f9ef1b-9101-4aa7-804f-d47fe10d917c@d45g2000hsc.googlegroups.com>,
4phun <vic.healey@gmail.com> wrote:

> WEB PAGE DEVELOPERS TOLD TO LOSE THE FLASH
>
> There seems to be a groundswell of companies who are unhappy with
> customers complaining they can not view their web pages becuase their
> web developer switched to flash. Other developers are finding that
> flash on any mobile device doesn't work all that well anyway so they
> have been told to redo the pages without flash. I bet there have been
> no small number of wealthy iPhone users in that crowd who have
> complained and got a hearing ear. Others have pointed out that there
> are security concerns with flash.


Flash is just a bad idea in general. Okay for an animation or two, but
you never want to use it for important content. Great way not have
search engines find your site.

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