Some of my fav tweets so far (#2)

Java is going to the dogs. It nags more often than the Adobe updater and then it even tries to sneak in the Yahoo toolbar during updates.

-quasimondo (May 14, 2010)

Dear Facebook, you email me every time one of my friends scratches his bum, but you can’t email me when you disable my iPhone app?

-aral (May 14, 2010)

Flash Player 10.1 Factoid : Flash Player 10.1 can support as many touch points as the underlying operating system supports.

-mesh (May 12, 2010)

Man, I am constantly amazed by how much people will ignore logic and reality in order to make things fit into their world view.

-mesh (May 12, 2010)

Html5 is meant to be a codec agnostic wrapper format, but in reality it’s not.

-lisamarienyc (May 11, 2010)

How far off are we for html5? CBS: ‘the idea is exciting’

-lisamarienyc (May 11, 2010)

If clients won’t require users to upgrade to F10, they’re certainly not going to ask them to change browsers. This HTML5 nonsense ends there

-stevensacks (May 11, 2010)

I think life would be better if all sentences using future tense would blink red.

-debreuil (May 11, 2010)

What HTML5 really needs is Javascript 2

-pauliusuza (May 10, 2010)

#Gianduia by #Apple: it’s not a Flash killer, it’s just another *proprietary* JS framework for Apple devices.

-pauliusuza (May 9, 2010)

you’d think that a room named the “business center” would have certain business related amenities. like, maybe, i don’t know… electricity.

-bit101 (May 9, 2010)

“It is estimated [… that HTML5 will reach a W3C recommendation in the year 2022 or later.” — (via @tekool)

-peterelst (May 9, 2010)

@cwahlers the constant shortage of flash devs is due to the constant claim it is about to be replaced by some half baked xml based system

-debreuil (May 9, 2010)

@jdowdell i wonder if any of those people who claim html5 will kill flash have at least a tiny clue what they’re talking about?

-cwahlers (May 9, 2010)

When do you become too lazy? When the time spent searching for a tool outweighs the time it would require to write it. Like 30 mins ago

-obwez (May 9, 2010)

don’t see how Apple’s Gianduia framework is supposed to innovate — an abstraction layer is only as strong as its underlying technology

-peterelst (May 9, 2010)

“Animation can be a little jumpy the 1st time around…” no problem they will invent pre-loader in a year or two ;)

-tekool (May 9, 2010)

If this is any indication of #HTML5 replacing #Flash our jobs are very safe! Extra points for not working in FireFox!

-TheFlashBum (May 9, 2010)

It’s ironic that the URL page showing Apple’s “flash killer” Gianduia (sounds like an STD) just crashed my browser.

-j0eflash (May 8, 2010)

Apple is getting completely out of control in a scary way. Making Ellen apologize for making a joke about them is disgusting.

-mdowney (May 9, 2010)

I made it to Buraks (@ASVGuy) fav tweets list. Yay! Seriously, some great tweets collected there. Good read.

-bryngfors (May 7, 2010)

Using the iPad I just realized it’s not the death of Flash, it’s the death of HTML. Browsing is boring, it’s all about the apps.

-bryngfors (May 6, 2010)

And 3 bonus news-tweets:

I am in love with my new phone :)

-thibault_imbert (May 14, 2010)

Nexus One! :)

Victory! Implemented full SWC+ASDoc AS3 and MXML code completion for FlashDevelop. No more intrinsics.

-elsassph (May 14, 2010)

Celebrating the fact that Monster Debugger has been downloaded over 40.000 times! –

-MonsterDebugger (May 13, 2010)

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