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Sat, 12 Jul 2008 13:01:25 -0700 (PDT)
"Well, there is a paradox here. Remember back in WWDC 2008, they
about how the "task manager" is bad. Another reason is that it is too
technical for the average user. The average user will most likely
phone instead. And add the fact that the average user don't care
"openness" (at least in terms of applications).
Another example is that in the video game crash of 1983, one of the
was poor quality games. NES was a closed console for that reason.
And again add the fact that the average user don't care about
- iPhone paradox,