The inmates have been let loose!
bobs at twft.com
Tue Aug 21 10:39:06 CDT 2012
Agreed Richmond. My complaint is that the devs (or whoever made the decision) see fit to push me in any direction whatsoever. If I decide I NEVER want to use iCloud, well that's my business. Making my job and the jobs of all the users I service even a little more difficult in order to "persuade" people to use iCloud (and therefore become dependent on it at some point) is imho a bad thing, and if it is a precursor for what else is to come, a paradigm shift in the philosophy of what Apple wants to do in the future, then I am dismayed.
On Aug 20, 2012, at 11:42 PM, Richmond wrote:
> On 08/21/2012 12:52 AM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>> Anyone seen this? Seems like the inmates at Apple have been let out of their cells and are now running the company!
> Documents being saved by default in the 'Cloud' . . .
> 1. Does that mean that Apple can read one's documents?
> 2. I wonder what these apps default to when the machine is not connected to the internet.
> My, my, my; why, for all their obvious faults, do Linux distros look like, in the words of
> some other chap, "The Road Ahead" ?
> [Sorry Willy!]
> If I want to use my computer as a hat-stand that should be my choice once I have bought the thing,
> and not a decision made by some committee as to what is good for me and what I can do with
> my computer.
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