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At the height of Windows's market dominance, Microsoft had no role in determining what software would and wouldn't run on its machines ... (Yet with walled gardens like iPhone rising) Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist Mark Fiore found his iPhone app rejected because it contained "content that ridicules public figures."

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lozz

3 years 1 week 3 days 13 hours ago

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GNU/Linux

In spite of his great search for some angry nerds, Zittrain seems to have overlooked all the angry nerds who inhabit the Free Software World of GNU/Linux.

Someone needs to tell him that there's a whole world outside the confines of proprietary software that he's yet to discover.

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Superbowl H5N1

3 years 1 week 14 hours 49 min ago

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Per-processor licensing

Maybe I'm not reading well enough but in Zittrain's excellent writing he misses the illegal activity that got M$ it's desktop monopoly in the first place. That included, but was not limited to, per-processor licensing.