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November 28, 2011, 07:05:12 PM
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http://www.facebook.com/mediaswn?sk=info

Apparently they are debating which platform to develop on they are considering Ubuntu as their gaming platform. I say please do! I'd love to play a "REAL" game for Linux now a "WineHQ" or some other windows emulation software. I'm sick of microsoft monopoly decentralize videos games today and like that facebook page! I'm just a huge Linux fan I'm not affiliated with these peeps
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November 28, 2011, 07:18:23 PM
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I rather see better webgl drivers and games written for the web that every platform can play. That's where the future is at.
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November 28, 2011, 07:22:31 PM
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I rather see better webgl drivers and games written for the web that every platform can play. That's where the future is at.

Yeah those are nice too!


However the future doesn't rely on one technology(HTTP/Javascripts)
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November 28, 2011, 07:23:34 PM
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I rather see better webgl drivers and games written for the web that every platform can play. That's where the future is at.

If you want to only ever play td games that's fine, the tubes aren't big enough for big games yet.

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November 28, 2011, 07:26:01 PM
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Ewww, linux!
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November 28, 2011, 07:28:09 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.
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November 28, 2011, 07:28:31 PM
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Ewww, linux!

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November 28, 2011, 07:29:11 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

cuz PHP isn't a Just-In-Time compiler or nothing.....  Undecided
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November 28, 2011, 07:51:47 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

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November 28, 2011, 07:53:22 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

Look, you and I, we're power users. We like control. However, --most people-- they just want Facebook, their email and little hassle. When they have to do their taxes, play a game or write a document, they rather not have to mess with software. Click and run is the game they play. If the future is going to be made for regular people, it's all going to be in the browser. That's the way to go. That's what will make most people happy.

I like people to be happy. It's a very selfish pleasure of mine.
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November 28, 2011, 07:54:04 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

Look, you and I, we're power users. We like control. However, --most people-- they just want Facebook, their email and little hassle. When they have to do their taxes, play a game or write a document, they rather not have to mess with software. Click and run is the game they play. If the future is going to be made for regular people, it's all going to be in the browser. That's the way to go.
Ewwww again!
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November 28, 2011, 07:58:50 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

Look, you and I, we're power users. We like control. However, --most people-- they just want Facebook, their email and little hassle. When they have to do their taxes, play a game or write a document, they rather not have to mess with software. Click and run is the game they play. If the future is going to be made for regular people, it's all going to be in the browser. That's the way to go. That's what will make most people happy.

I like people to be happy. It's a very selfish pleasure of mine.

When you build a system for the dumbest user you make them dumber. ordinary people have managed to use non "Fisher price learn to compute" computers for over a decade now, lets not lower a bar that's already low enough.

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November 28, 2011, 08:00:54 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

Look, you and I, we're power users. We like control. However, --most people-- they just want Facebook, their email and little hassle. When they have to do their taxes, play a game or write a document, they rather not have to mess with software. Click and run is the game they play. If the future is going to be made for regular people, it's all going to be in the browser. That's the way to go. That's what will make most people happy.

I like people to be happy. It's a very selfish pleasure of mine.

When you build a system for the dumbest user you make them dumber. ordinary people have managed to use non "Fisher price learn to compute" computers for over a decade now, lets not lower a bar that's already low enough.

I don't think a tool should challenge the user. It should make their intended objective easier. Software is not the place to make the population "smarter". It's to make them work smarter and not harder.
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November 28, 2011, 08:14:29 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

Look, you and I, we're power users. We like control. However, --most people-- they just want Facebook, their email and little hassle. When they have to do their taxes, play a game or write a document, they rather not have to mess with software. Click and run is the game they play. If the future is going to be made for regular people, it's all going to be in the browser. That's the way to go. That's what will make most people happy.

I like people to be happy. It's a very selfish pleasure of mine.

When you build a system for the dumbest user you make them dumber. ordinary people have managed to use non "Fisher price learn to compute" computers for over a decade now, lets not lower a bar that's already low enough.

I don't think a tool should challenge the user. It should make their intended objective easier. Software is not the place to make the population "smarter". It's to make them work smarter and not harder.
Is there no point at which life becomes "too easy" though?  What if everything was so easy that we all sat in lazyboys to work, and only for 15 minutes a day?

I don't think there'd necessarily be anything logically or morally wrong about that, but just from the standpoint of humans being naturally lazy and selfish, I imagine that most people wouldn't exert themselves and end up as fat couch potatoes.  It would be a sad state of civilization.
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November 28, 2011, 08:21:59 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

Look, you and I, we're power users. We like control. However, --most people-- they just want Facebook, their email and little hassle. When they have to do their taxes, play a game or write a document, they rather not have to mess with software. Click and run is the game they play. If the future is going to be made for regular people, it's all going to be in the browser. That's the way to go. That's what will make most people happy.

I like people to be happy. It's a very selfish pleasure of mine.

When you build a system for the dumbest user you make them dumber. ordinary people have managed to use non "Fisher price learn to compute" computers for over a decade now, lets not lower a bar that's already low enough.

I don't think a tool should challenge the user. It should make their intended objective easier. Software is not the place to make the population "smarter". It's to make them work smarter and not harder.
Is there no point at which life becomes "too easy" though?  What if everything was so easy that we all sat in lazyboys to work, and only for 15 minutes a day?

I don't think there'd necessarily be anything logically or morally wrong about that, but just from the standpoint of humans being naturally lazy and selfish, I imagine that most people wouldn't exert themselves and end up as fat couch potatoes.  It would be a sad state of civilization.

I don't think anybody has the authority to say somebody can't be a fat and lazy couch potato. The US still gives you this right. I find that beautiful.

Personally, I don't want to be one although easy-to-use software is preferable. I certainly won't orgasm in permanently-paralyzing pleasure from it though.
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November 28, 2011, 08:26:08 PM
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Once we get Perl/PHP/Python/etc. running and instantly compiling within browser, a lot more doors will be open.

However, Javascript is still pretty powerful.

Because the browser is the whole computer now and we don't need local storage because we keep everything in the cloud.

Look, you and I, we're power users. We like control. However, --most people-- they just want Facebook, their email and little hassle. When they have to do their taxes, play a game or write a document, they rather not have to mess with software. Click and run is the game they play. If the future is going to be made for regular people, it's all going to be in the browser. That's the way to go. That's what will make most people happy.

I like people to be happy. It's a very selfish pleasure of mine.

When you build a system for the dumbest user you make them dumber. ordinary people have managed to use non "Fisher price learn to compute" computers for over a decade now, lets not lower a bar that's already low enough.

I don't think a tool should challenge the user. It should make their intended objective easier. Software is not the place to make the population "smarter". It's to make them work smarter and not harder.
Is there no point at which life becomes "too easy" though?  What if everything was so easy that we all sat in lazyboys to work, and only for 15 minutes a day?

I don't think there'd necessarily be anything logically or morally wrong about that, but just from the standpoint of humans being naturally lazy and selfish, I imagine that most people wouldn't exert themselves and end up as fat couch potatoes.  It would be a sad state of civilization.

I don't think anybody has the authority to say somebody can't be a fat and lazy couch potato. The US still gives you this right. I find that beautiful.

Personally, I don't want to be one although easy-to-use software is preferable. I certainly won't orgasm in permanently-paralyzing pleasure from it though.
Fair enough.  Smiley
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November 29, 2011, 04:49:52 AM
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Just whut up everyone and click on the link i provided in the OP and click "like"
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