8 posts • joined Tuesday 16th June 2009 15:07 GMT
I may be missing something here, but if you visit the link to AppCheck, doesn't the graph suggest that Daily Active Users has actually gone from a peak of around 16 million users to around 9 million? (The 3rd graph down, with the red line.)
The graph in the article is daily users as a percent of monthly users - 40% down to about 20%.
Okay, so the main thrust of the argument is still the same, but y'know, pendants abound.
In other news...
...Sony are currently developing a new 1st person shooter entitled "Corporate Strategy." The objective of which is too shoot yourself in the foot as much as possible in order to wipe out all traces of market share.
Doesn't have to be Apollo 11 though
It might well be useful to inpect how the kit has been getting along, but that isn't to say it has to be Apollo 11. Apollo 15 had much more science kit on board and even a car, so that would make a better site if that was the goal.
No, I fear that Apollo 11 will be picked as it has the most marketing bang for your buck. <Sigh>
That's a bit harsh
Benedict: They deserve to lose all the money that have
Do they? Do they really? It's hardly a crime to be stoopid. If we're gonna start penalising people for being a bit gullable, what would suggest as the penatly for being totally insensitive?
No-one deserves to the victim of crime. After all, all they're really guilty of is that someone outwhitted them. I've no doubt you consider yourself to be bright and intelligent for the sake of argunment, I'll give you the benefit of the doubt, but there's always someone more cunning and devious. Should you fall victim to a scam of considerable inginuity, you'll happily wave goodbye to your hard earned would you? After all, relativley speaking, you were a "moron."
What REALLY bugs me...
....is that the goverment continues to persue this even though they know* they will loose the next election and the Tories will knock it all on the head.
Of course, they can't just throw the towel in and say so, so to gain political advantage for their own party, they are prepared to waste tax payers money. Cheers guys.
* Okay, so they don't KNOW it but I'll bet if they were asked to bet real money on a Labour victory (not ours, like they're used to spending, but their actual own money) non of them would.
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