@roeboedog, Windows 9 doesn't exist because of backwards compatibility. There was some old software in the '90s that would check for the version of Windows by searching for the number beyond Windows (Windows 3* vs Windows 9*). My understanding is that Microsoft, in an attempt to be more backwards compatible, skipped Windows 9. That reasoning does not apply to the iPhones.
I understand why Windows 9 doesn't exist, but why was there no iPhone 9?
I'm enjoying the tour through iPhone history with this video:
I'm reminded that the iPhone 5s was the best iPhone and also, how much I did not like "3d touch".
Oh, hey, Bill Jolitz! He was a friend of my parents, actually. Dropped out of high school to work for NASA, back in the days before the US government stopped supporting mad science.
Came across this write-up of OpenBSD's history recently and feel like it needs more exposure.
@avery, my interest is growing with using an older Palm device. I have a question that I hope you can answer though.
Do people who still use Palm devices still run older OSs to manage them? Or are there newer programs that allow an older Palm device to work with a newer OS?
@pzmyers, there’s a lot of good, web-based RSS clients out there already, we don’t have to rely on Google.
RSS didn’t die with Google Reader, I still follow 350ish active blogs of awesome people.
@claudiom, ah gotcha. Yeah, I need to set MDT up, but I'll be waiting for about 6 months before deploying it for users.
Facebook banned me for life because I created the tool Unfollow Everything.