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Thursday Tidbits

What’s up my peoples? It’s Thursday, which means it’s almost Friday, which means it’s almost the weekend, which, if you live in Cincinnati, means it’s gonna rain & ruin any plans you had of spending your days off of work outside in the sun. Hey, it can’t always be sunshine and roses & picnics & teddy bears. Suck it up.

Theology on Tap Cincinnati is happening tonight in Kentucky…Matt Swaim is talking about his new book entitled The Eucharist & The Rosary. I haven’t read it yet, but I will…and Matt’s a cool guy, so he deserves some props.

We all know haters. Here’s how to deal with them. In other words, don’t listen to them.

Steve Jobs wrote an open letter today explaining why Apple doesn’t allow Adobe’s Flash to run on their handheld devices. Adobe thinks that’s a load of crap. Me? It would be nice to see flash on my iPod touch, and it would be nice to see Apple opening up a little bit, but Flash does make my Macbook Pro run slowly, so there’s that…

This is why a lot of people are freaking out about the new Facebook social tools. It’s all about control on the Web.

Ryan Howard of the Phillies just signed a 5 year, $125 million dollar contract extension. Holy crap.

Microsoft canceled research on it’s new product that my friend Teddy said would be better than the iPad. Guess not, Teddy.

It’s a way short blog today because I gotta go meet a friend for dinner before Theology on Tap. Maybe I’ll double dip later tonight…

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  1. Teddy
    April 29, 2010 at 5:50 pm

    Hey, I still hold that it would’ve been better. And they said the technology will likely be integrated into other products (like Windows Phone 7).

    And although I think Flash is nearing it’s obsolescence with newer web standards I agree with Google’s Andy Rubin: “being open sometimes means not being militant about what people want to enjoy” http://www.engadget.com/2010/04/27/googles-andy-rubin-talks-android-and-apple-promises-flash-support/

    I like your blog better when the posts are short.

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