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Click here for live coverage of Apple's 2010 WWDC keynote presented by chief executive Steve Jobs.


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Click here for live coverage of Apple's 2010 WWDC keynote presented by chief executive Steve Jobs.



There's something wrong with the AI forum...

There is nothing to click in the posted message. However, the url to the original article does show up when that message is quoted in a reply. Bizarre.

Now that i've quoted the original post. I can click on the link to the article and then click on the click here link...
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Here is a great use for Flash that modern open standards can't yet match with the same ease across multiple browsers. A year from now, I have a feeling that will be a different story.
Dick Applebaum on whether the iPad is a personal computer: "BTW, I am posting this from my iPad pc while sitting on the throne... personal enough for you?"
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Click here for live coverage of Apple's 2010 WWDC keynote presented by chief executive Steve Jobs.



Friggin thing don't work.
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Friggin thing don't work.

Works fine for me.
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Works fine for me.

Yep. Got it now.
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I was somehow hoping for more. The new phone looks very cool, but I was hoping for some more product updates.
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I guess it's time to sell my Mac. If it's not important enough for Apple to mention at this conference, It's not important. No major hardware update. No announced support for BluRay. NOTHING...
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I was somehow hoping for more. The new phone looks very cool, but I was hoping for some more product updates.

The new phone is way cooler than I had expected. I am impressed.

The screen looks great, and the gyro is (I hope!) truly awesome.
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I guess it's time to sell my Mac. If it's not important enough for Apple to mention at this conference, It's not important. No major hardware update. No announced support for BluRay. NOTHING...


I would expect Mac development to slow WAY down from here on in. Apple has met with unprecedented success with its non-computer products, far beyond anything they ever did with computers. I wouldn't expect that the best and brightest people at Apple work on the Mac anymore.
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I would expect Mac development to slow WAY down from here on in. Apple has met with unprecedented success with its non-computer products, far beyond anything they ever did with computers. I wouldn't expect that the best and brightest people at Apple work on the Mac anymore.

I agree. Sure, phones are nice, and also those apps, but I hoped something about iWork 10, or the mac mini, or anything about computers.

Oh, well. I guess that's why they renamed the company to Apple Inc.
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I agree. Sure, phones are nice, and also those apps, but I hoped something about iWork 10, or the mac mini, or anything about computers.

Oh, well. I guess that's why they renamed the company to Apple Inc.

Developers at the world wide developer conference are probably more interested in stuff that actually affects them. A new office suite or mini wouldn't change anything for them. Details about the rapidly evolving iOS (and the hardware it runs on) is far more critical to their profession.
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Apparently the site administrators didn't see the irony in using Flash for their live blogging when most of their pundits hammer on Flash any chance they get.
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