6 posts • joined 21 Jun 2007
surely the real "predecessor"...
Is the TyTn II?
Which I bought after seeing rave reviews ("best WM device evarrrr") on sites like El Reg.
Well, the TyTn II is decidedly and frustratingly sluggish in real-world use, and it was such a significant investment that I'm not really thinking about upgrading just yet.
BUUUT, I do want to know if these "high end" WM devices ever start responding *instantly* to clicks and keypresses. You know, like iPhones and Palm OS devices that cost a fraction as much do? How about multi core processors with dedicated cores for multi media and phone/pim so that at least the basic functions can be snappy?
Oh and Android just came out and its UI is so inconsistent it would embarrass a mid 890s Lunix distro. Great.
Let me know if anyone ever gets it right, ok guys?
Have another read. As stated, the Codegear tools are in this release being merged with Embarcadero's tools, not with each other.
Was there content in this article?
It was hard to tell in amongst the author's bed-wetting inferiority complex.
There's an "umtimate fighting" athlete person named Mark Hunt. A New Zealander would you believe. I'll never forget when the NZ version of 20/20 profiled him and the prim and proper female journalist matter-of-factly announced "Mark Hunt is ranked amongst the top 5 in the world"
what (current) Delphi user can afford cocaine?
If all animals come from the Ark, how did Kangaroos get to Australia?
Conservapedia has the answer!
"After the Flood, these kangaroos bred from the Ark passengers migrated to Australia. There is debate whether this migration happened over land with lower sea levels during the post-flood ice age, or before the supercontinent of Pangea broke apart, or if they rafted on mats of vegetation torn up by the receding flood waters. The idea that God simply generated kangaroos into existence there is considered by most creation researchers to be contra-Biblical."
I'm glad they dismissed that last theory. That one was just silly.
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